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'Inside Out' scribe Meg LeFauve; Song Exploder; racial representation on screen

Published February 23, 2016 at 3:30 PM PST
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The characters of "Inside Out," Anger, Disgust, Joy, Fear and Sadness.
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The characters of "Inside Out," Anger, Disgust, Joy, Fear and Sadness.

Will this year’s Academy Awards be the tipping point for racial representation in Hollywood? Marc Bernardin of The Hollywood Reporter weighs in. The Song Exploder podcast takes apart a song with the band Clipping. "Inside Out" writer Meg LeFauve gets a Pixar education and now takes on Ms. Marvel.

Marc Bernardin of The Hollywood Reporter argues that movie studios think about black, Latino and Asian actors too narrowly.
The Oscar-nominated co-writer of "Inside Out" comes from live action movies, so adjusting to Pixar’s intense process and learning how to write for animation was a challenge.
Song Exploder producer Hrishikesh Hirway deconstructs a song with producers William Hutson and Jonathan Snipes, and rapper Daveed Diggs.
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