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Academy Presents Its Board Candiates Before Voting Period Begins

The Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences has presented its board candidates before the voting period begins, from June 6th to the 10th. Academy president Dave Rubin, Mark Johnson, and Nancy Utley have all termed out of their time at the Academy, while Ruth E. Carter, Donna Gigliotti, and Eric Roth are all incumbent members up for reelection. Below is the list of complete candidates for each branch:


Richard Dreyfuss

John Leguizamo

Marlee Matlin

Lou Diamond Phillips 

Casting Directors:

Lucy Bevan

Richard Hicks

Robi Reed

Cathy Sandrich


Dion Beebe

Michael Goi

Eric Steelberg

Amy Vincent

Costume Designers:

Ruth E. Carter

Judianna Makovsky


John Badham

Patricia Cardoso

Kimberly Peirce

Jason Reitman


Evgeny Afineevsky

Joslyn Barnes

Lauren Greenfield

Chris Hegedus


Michael Barker

Toby Emmerich

Rob Friedman

Donna Gigliotti

Film editors:

Anne Goursaud

Mark Helfrich

Nancy Richardson

Mary Sweeney

Makeup and hair stylists:

Howard Berger

Trefor Proud

Marketing and PR:

Megan Colligan

David Dinerstein

Kevin Goetz

Susan Kroll


Sharon Farber

Charles Fox

Taura Stinson

Hans Zimmer


Jason Blum

Effie Brown

Heather Rae

Irwin Winkler

Production Designers:

John A. Kuri

Missy Parker

Short films and feature animation:

Eric Beckman

Melissa Cobb

Don Diamond

Marlon West


Peter Devlin

Chris Munro

Lee Orloff

Mark Ulano

Visual effects:

Paul Debevec

Jonathan Erland

Hal Hickel

Helena Packer


Scott Burns

Dale Launer

Daniel Petrie, Jr.

Eric Roth

Source: The Hollywood Reporter


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Written by Maxance Vincent

Maxance Vincent is a freelance film and TV critic, and a recent graduate of a BFA in Film Studies at the Université de Montréal. He is currently finishing a specialization in Video Game Studies, focusing on the psychological effects regarding the critical discourse on violent video games.

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