Mark Stein followed Oscar’s criteria of diversity: ‘We used to make fun of shortcomings for doing things like this’

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has accelerated the “death of the arts” to the newly announced diversity criteria for Best Pictures nominees, writer and columnist Mark Stein told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Thursday.

“We used to make fun of shortcomings for doing things like this,” said Stan, who himself has dabbled in art by recording two Christmas music albums with British stage actress Jessica Martin. “When the Komis took over Hungary in 1945, the Hungarians loved all their operators. But the problem with the opera was that it was all filled with widows, gay hussars, countesses and princes.

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He said, “You could not do this in a communist state.”

Stan attended a performance of a work called “The State Department Store”, to which he commented “as it was seen.” Such presentations were made fun of by locals until the fall of communism in Eastern Europe.


According to the academy, the criterion is meant to “represent the same and encourage on-screen”, ensuring more people from the coloring positions from the starring role to the interns and everything in between on the film set, as in a press It is mentioned in the release. Online.

Relying on the recent arrests of several wealthy white New Yorkers in connection with the riots, Stein remarked that Hollywood would be in difficulty to release a film about their “New African Black Panther Party” group.

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“At least 30 percent of secondary roles will have to be Black,” he said. “As we have seen, the movement of the New African Black Panther is completely white, so that the film could never be made in today’s Hollywood.

“It is the death of art. It is art-by-quota, and it has no future.”

Fox News’ Nat Day contributed to this report.