The Time’s Up movement may be sparking a change in the way women are treated in Hollywood, but there’s still a long way to go when it comes to equality at the Oscars.
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According to The Wrap, the 2018 Academy Awards ceremony featured the fewest female winners since 2012, with only six women claiming awards compared to 33 men.
Only four women took home prizes in 2012. In 2014, 11 women won Oscars.
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The low number of female winners comes after female nominees tied the record for highest number ever this year, though still made up less than a quarter of the total.