Susan Sarandon attributes Hollywood sexism, racism to ‘corporate takeover’


This is where you get casting by how many followers you have on Instagram,” she said. The Feud star praised the digital platform and young filmmakers calling them the new “hope” of the showbiz for being revolutionary. But Luke [Davies, the screenwriter] said, ‘I really think we have to be with Saroo on this journey. Related News
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Published: February 18, 2018 4:14 pm

Susan Sarandon is currently serving as the head juror at the Tropfest short film festival. So you’re seeing braver, sexier, weirder, shocking things which is really exciting,” she said. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sarandon said the problem, in turn, has led to a bigger issue of discrimination, along with the “corporate takeover of making films”. We have to be with him and not know where we’re going … That’s why when you watch the film, it’s this hugely emotional experience because you are with Saroo feeling what he feels.”
For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App You start with Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel, and then you go back. “They don’t need to appeal to everybody. There’s a lot of businessmen that are making decisions, not people who necessarily love movies. The 71-year-old actor, who is serving as the head juror at the Tropfest short film festival, also attributed the increasing dependence of the entertainment industry on the reboots of films to a “lack of imagination”. The actor further said, “The conventional way to do it is to start in the present.