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Spielberg to propose Oscar rules that could disqualify streaming films

After "Roma's" three Oscar wins last Sunday, director Steven Spielberg is taking aim at streaming films for future Academy Awards.

Spielberg will present his case to peers at an upcoming annual board of governors meeting at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, where he will propose rule changes that would prevent streaming services such

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