As her movie Never Rarely Sometimes Always – a quiet but hair-raising quest movie about two 17-year-olds from Pennsylvania going to New York to obtain an abortion – teeters on the verge of awards nominations, director Eliza Hittman called out at least one Academy voter who refused to watch the movie. She wrote in a (now-deleted) Instagram caption, “This email came in last night and was a harsh reminder that the Academy is still so painfully monopolized by an old white puritanical male guard. I wonder how many other voters out there won’t watch the film.” – Variety

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