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The oscars committee
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), commonly known as the Oscars Academy, is a prestigious organization in the film industry responsible for the annual Academy Awards, popularly known as the Oscars. AMPAS comprises over 9,000 members, including filmmakers, actors, and industry professionals, who vote for and recognize outstanding achievements in cinema across various categories. The Oscars are among the most renowned and highly anticipated awards ceremonies in the world, celebrating excellence in filmmaking and shaping the direction of the film industry. This Committee simulates the deliberations and decision-making processes of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Delegates in this committee tackle a range of topics, from recognizing outstanding cinematic achievements to addressing industry challenges such as diversity and inclusion, the impact of streaming services, and maintaining relevance. They will work together to shape the future of one of the world's most renowned film awards and discuss its broader influence on the film industry and society at large.
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