#CrystalLucys: Become Trend on twitter at (2018-06-14 10:52)
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Popular tweets tagged with #CrystalLucys:
Stephen @stargate553🔁 Brie Larson at Women In Film 2018 Crystal + Lucy Awards! 😻😻😻 #CrystalLucys
Summer Houston @Summerbond007🔁 “Ask more of yourselves and of this industry”
—Dr. Stacy Smith @Inclusionists #CrystalLucys
Mark Stegall @CosmoIL55🔁 Congrats to @AlexShipppp for being honored by @womeninfilm! #CrystalLucys #LOVESIMON
Bibibic @Bibibic12🔁 🎥 Small parts of Brie's speech at #CrystalLucys Award.
Lindsey Bahr @ldbahr🔁“I don’t need a 40-year-old white dude to tell me what didn’t work about A Wrinkle in Time” -Brie Larson using her twitter.com platform to talk about the USC Inclusion study
Women In Film - LA @WomenInFilm🔁A standing ovation as Frances McDormand honors this stunning group of history-making women for Women In Film’s 45th a twitter.com nniversary.
Women In Film - LA @WomenInFilm🔁. emphasizes the importance of giving press credentials to underrepresented journalists and critics. If you are a ga twitter.com tekeeper, take action!
June Harvard @june_harvard🔁A standing ovation as Frances McDormand honors this stunning group of history-making women for Women In Film’s 45th anniversary.
Tassin @LoveTassin🔁“I don’t need a 40-year-old white dude to tell me what didn’t work about A Wrinkle in Time” -Brie Larson using her platform to talk about the USC Inclusion study
anDrea @ScandaLuscious🔁. offers three application points for helping film critics better reflect the U.S. population: 1) Ensure studio publicists and other gatekeepers are providing press screening access to critics of color, many of whom are freelancers
Jake Larson @JakeLar19177688🔁. emphasizes the importance of giving press credentials to underrepresented journalists and critics. If you are a gatekeeper, take action!
Dean Lappi @DeanLappi🔁 Thrilled to be celebrating with such talented trailblazers! #CrystalLucys twitter.com
Steve S. @prtendimnothere🔁As per the same critics who mostly gave great reviews to, say, Fences or Selma or Straight Outta Compton, all of a s twitter.com udden are irrelevant when it’s a negative review of A Wrinkle In Time (to use her example). But their good reviews were warmly received.
Steve S. @prtendimnothere🔁What I’m betting Brie Larson actually meant:
Bad reviews she gets are only valid if they’re not from a white male.
All good reviews are valid no matter who they’re from.
Identity shouldn’t matter. Only whether or not you really know film should matter.
Firstpost @firstpost🔁's proved to be a recurring theme at , which saw making a plea for more diversity in film criticism | | |
richard dupuy @richardupuy🔁Frances McDormand: “I was also told that I ‘could have it all.’ And lo and behold...I did.”
Steve S. @prtendimnothere🔁
So as per , criticism is only valid if it comes from certain identities?
This is wrong regardless of the identit twitter.com y. If one were to say only white male criticism was valid, they would be excoriated (rightly so).
Identity shouldn’t matter. Only ability.
♍️addie ||♡#ImWithEllen♡ @EllenPompao_🔁. expresses gratitude for 15 years of having front row seat to Channing Dungey’s career which has felt like “being in a champagne bubble” where anything is possible
Fanshen @fanshen🔁So honored to be among these fierce and talented trailblazing women for Women in Film's 45th anniversary. What a night!
Lissy @simplylissy🔁 "I have this feeling in my gut that things are changing."
—Frances McDormand #crystallucys
Lorena Blas @byLorenaBlas🔁"I don’t need a 40-year-old white dude to tell me what didn’t work about ," says . "It wasn’t made for him!"
Monica Castillo @mcastimovies🔁2) Feed the pipeline. notes over 40% of J-school grads are women, and 22% are POC. "The talent is there; the access and opportunity are not."
Fanshen @fanshen🔁"Every revolution needs really good merch." -Frances McDormand, brandishing an "inclusion rider" bumper sticker and crediting UTA's Blair Kohan for sharing the concept with her
Fanshen @fanshen🔁Thrilled that will be accepting an award this evening, presented by Frances McDormand, as honors leading advocates at the . Join us online as we celebrate:
Lenny Miller @lenny_miller🔁“Stories tell us who we are and what we can believe in. They let us see ourselves in others or imagine something even better.”
—Channing Dungey, Honoree
Lenny Miller @lenny_miller🔁“If you make a movie that is a love letter to women in color, there is an insanely low chance a woman of color will get to see your movie and review your movie”
— talks about the latest study as she accepts her award.