Netflix, the Oscars, and the Battle for the Future of Film

Netflix’s Ted Sarandos has billions to spend and Oscars in his eyes. But is the streaming service the future of movies, or the death of an art form? It looks more and more as if the Academy Awards may help determine the answer. The money in the room ...
Date: 29 November 2017 18:23  |  Read more on Vanity Fair

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