The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Establishes New Standards Of Conduct Post-Weinstein Scandal

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has established new standards of conduct for its members after allegations of sexual misconduct have roiled Hollywood in recent months. Academy chief executive officer Dawn Hudson sent a letter to its members Wednesday night, outlining the standards expected to be upheld by the roughly 8,500 members.The industry has been rocked by scandals that has reverberated beyond Hollywood since October when the New York Times and the New Yorker broke stories that included explosive sexual misconduct allegations against movie producer Harvey Weinstein. 

The Academy Establishes First Ever ‘Code Of Conduct’ Thanks To Weinstein


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