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Double Feature: Yes, we're still upset about the Academy Awards

Welcome back to Double Feature, the IDS film podcast where the powers that be let us in a podcast booth to give you hot takes and maybe some lukewarm ones, too.

Now that the dust has settled after the 91st Annual Academy Awards, this cursed Oscars season is officially over, with some mixed results. On this week's episode of Double Feature, hosts Annie Aguiar and Chris Forrester discuss the highs and lows of Oscars night.

The most awarded film of the night was "Bohemian Rhapsody," with four wins, and the Best Picture award went to "Green Book" — two movies that have received criticism for both their messaging and the people behind the camera. 

Olivia Colman won Best Actress in a Leading Role for her portrayal of Queen Anne in "The Favourite," a surprising upset over Glenn Close's performance in "The Wife." Mexican writer and director Alfonso Cuarón won three Oscars for his film "Roma": Best Director, Foreign Language Film and Best Cinematography.

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