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  • been a little over five months since a major hurricane made landfall in the Bahamas.

  • Thing could be another five months before electricity is completely restored.

  • To some places, that's our first subject of the week here on CNN.

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  • My name is Carla Zeus.

  • I'm at the CNN Center.

  • The year eight 18 51 was the first year when officials started keeping track of hurricanes, and since then, at least, no storm that's hit the Bahamas was a strong as Hurricane Dorian.

  • It made landfall there on September 1st is a Category five hurricane, the strongest classification of storm.

  • It weakened the Category four strength as it passed over the islands.

  • But one thing that made Dorie and so destructive was its speed hurricanes air damaging enough when they pass over land in a couple of hours.

  • But Dorian came to a near stop when it was over the Bahamas, blasting part of the chain for more than 36 hours with unrelenting wind waves and rain.

  • So many homes were destroyed that even now there aren't enough people living in the Bahamas to rebuild quickly.

  • In the town of Marsh Harbour in the Abaco Islands, witnesses say it doesn't look like anything's been done to repair some hard hit areas and that stray dogs are the only signs of life for some people who evacuated a door had to leave after their homes were destroyed.

  • They couldn't go back if they wanted to.

  • There's nowhere for them to stay.

  • The Bahamian government is working to set up domes, temporary houses to address that.

  • And for those who are trying to rebuild, there's a sense of urgency because June 1st, less than four months from now is the official start of the next hurricane season.

  • Volunteers have committed to helping the Bahamas rebuild and prepare.

  • We know that the water line came up higher, so we know for a fact that there's gonna be mold behind these tiles, so they had to come off.

  • We're here in Marsh Harbor on the island of great Abaco.

  • It really was the epicenter of Hurricane Dorian and experienced the most extreme damage from the storm.

  • All hands and hearts has made a commitment to be here for at least two years.

  • Healthy community recover a little, thank you.

  • That's so grateful.

  • And we're so appreciative off the help that you guys have given us.

  • You know, the sacrifice that you guys have making as much needed We are going to continue working in the response phase, mocking and gutting and debris removal and sanitizing homes on dhe begin to accelerate Maur of the recovery and rebuild work that we do weo Beautiful goal really is to get people back into homes and get students back into schools.

  • The need here is for manpower.

  • We need volunteers.

  • We're gonna need thousands of volunteers.

  • Over the course of the coming years, we're gonna have you guys read it into a team for tomorrow.

  • These people need a lot and I have the time to give it so It's an incredible gift that we give and we get.

  • Which of these films won the very first Academy Award for best picture in 1929 wings.

  • All quiet on the Western Front Grand Hotel where it happened one night it was called outstanding picture.

  • Back then, the award went to a World War one drama called Wings.

  • In last night's Oscars, the 92nd Academy Award ceremony.

  • It wasn't just results that the media were watching.

  • It was the ratings with tens of millions of viewers.

  • The Oscars are one of, if not the most watched show in America that isn't a sports event.

  • But in recent years, the Academy Awards have seen a decline in TV viewership.

  • They hit an all time low in 2018 with 26.5 million viewers, but they bounced back a bit last year when the show got 29.6 million viewers.

  • One thing unique about last year's show was that it didn't have a host and the academy plan to try that again last night.

  • We didn't have final viewership numbers when we put this show together, so we don't know if the host list approach helped.

  • But other awards shows in 2020 like the Golden Globes and the Grammys, saw lower ratings.

  • Regardless of how that played out.

  • The business of nominating stars, movies and producers is a big one 1929 studio Had Louis B.

  • Mayer handed out the first Academy Awards, there were only 270 guests.

  • The winners have been announced months before, and the whole thing only cost $5 to 10.

  • We have seen the American motion picture become for most in all the World Fast Board nine years and today the Oscars are wooden 3300 c theatre.

  • Tens of millions of people watch the results live, and tickets cost hundreds of dollars.

  • But the biggest difference.

  • Today's movie studios spend millions to convince the academy to their films deserved to win.

  • Sometimes the amount of money that a studio will spend when they're campaigning for an Oscar is even more money than the budget of the movie to begin with.

  • That's Kyle Buchanan.

  • He covers all things Oscars for The New York Times.

  • If you want to get your movie taken seriously, you've got to spend.

  • You've got to make sure that their ads out there that there are events that people are contextualized ing you as an Oscar contender.

  • And why do studios spend that much cash for an eight and 1/2 pound statuette?

  • For a smaller studio like a 24 Annapurna?

  • The answer is pretty obvious.

  • They're making movies for, you know, not a big budget a lot of time, but in order to be seen when the marketplace is choked with these big blockbusters and superhero films, they need that sort of extra headline making ability that an award Susan can provide.

  • What about a bigger studio like Warner Brothers or Universal, as we've seen over the past couple decades?

  • Box office, It's aren't often considered Oscar contenders, and black clusters don't really need the exposure that in Nomination brings Isn't the money enough of a reward?

  • The people who work on these movies, by and large, are artists who want to be appreciated as artists by other artists in town.

  • So when they are in contention for an Oscar, it means something deeper.

  • It satisfies them in a way that money can't only so it's really about talent acquisition and Talyn retainer.

  • Yeah, it's about making sure that people are happy, you know, we see it all the time when a star has had success and then they want to do something more serious.

  • They want to be understood as on artist with something to say.

  • I didn't mean when Warner Brothers goes all in an Oscar campaign for Bradley Cooper or Ben Affleck or Clint Eastwood, it's not just for bragging rights or even a box office bump.

  • No, the studio spends that cash is show commitment to its stars and keep them coming back for future projects.

  • For example, Hollywood's biggest studio, Disney, is pushing harder and harder for its top blockbusters to be an Oscar contention.

  • But the race isn't just between traditional studios anymore.

  • So why does something like Netflix want to win an Oscar?

  • I mean, it's already the talk of Hollywood.

  • It's one of the biggest media companies on the planet.

  • Why does it need the little gold man?

  • I think Netflix is eager to disrupt any industry it can get its hands on.

  • You know, they've already change the way that we watch television.

  • Now they want to do the same for movies, just like any studio they want to be able to get in.

  • The Oscar race of that top tier on tours will come to them to make movies instead of the big studios that are out there.

  • If they can penetrate this race, there's really nothing that Netflix can't do.

  • They want to upend the idea of theatrical distribution being the end all bill of seeing a movie.

  • They want to change the way you see a movie, and if they can get Oscar to validate that, then they've gotten almost all the way there the academy is getting younger and more diverse, and its nominees and winners are shifting to.

  • I think it's good and necessary to re contextualized what we think of as an Oscar contender, because it means that a lot of better movies that have maybe even historically overlooked by this season.

  • But I have certainly not been overlooked by audience members can actually get into the race.

  • Over the decades, the Academy Awards have become bigger, more expensive and maybe a bit more inclusive.

  • But in the end, Louis B.

  • Mayer started the awards to flatter stars into working in his movies, and today's studios will spend more than ever to do just the same when it comes to this town.

  • When it comes to Hollywood, a lot of people go into the industry or even before they get into the industry, they've stood in front of that mirror.

  • They've practiced that Oscar speech.

  • It is still the summit of this industry in so many ways, and a lot of people want that to really feel like they've hit the dream that they've always had, huh?

  • 10 out of 10 we present to you this Story Night by Vincent Van Vincent Van.

  • How do you say it?

  • He's one of the most well known artists in the world, but an audio guide it a new exhibition in London, says.

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  • And experts say that's wrong.

  • Some say it should be pronounced ven golf.

  • Some se ven gaw ge Some say Van Cork.

  • This has been a controversy since the artist was alive, and that's reportedly part of the reason why he signed every painting.

  • Simply Vincent.

  • Who would have thought the controversy would still be van going so long after he had been gone?

  • Some my advance off with the idea some might get.

  • The impression is, um, that the debate is better discussed on, Let's say, a cafe terrorist at night.

  • Some will just Van Gogh with what they've and know, and you'll never be able to convince them otherwise.

  • Beechwood sounds like it could have been one of Van Gogh's paintings, but we wrap up today with Beachwood High School in Beachwood, Ohio.

  • Thank you for subscribing and commenting on our YouTube page for CNN.

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