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Image caption Director Alfonso Cuaron's Roma won three Oscars for Netflix's Roma this year. Film streaming services could see continued awards success after the body behind the Oscars voted down calls to tighten its submission process. Figures including Steven Spielberg have said films that are given only brief cinema runs shouldn't be nominated. Films are currently eligible if they are shown in one LA cinema for a week. But, two months after Netflix's Roma won three Oscars, the governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences decided against any changes. Spielberg is a governor of the Academy but wasn't at the meeting where the potential changes were discussed on Tuesday. He t... Full story

24 April

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