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Script2Screen creator and co-host Alan tackles weekly topics and trends from his perspective. In this week's episode, Alan gives his take on the Oscars' latest rule regarding the Best Picture Nomination, and whether it is as ridiculous as it sounds.

"Hollywood no longer cares about your skills or talent, but rather whether or not you are one of those underrepresented people. They just want to fill a quota so that they continue their illusion of inclusion and diversity while pandering to the ever extremist SJW’s and protecting themselves from the cancel culture they created and this is beyond words ridiculous."

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Alan Mehanna

Having an actor for a father and a novel lover for a mother, you can say that storytelling has always been a big part of my life. As a Lebanese man who lived half of his life in the US, I believe that we all deserve a chance to tell our story, and have strived to ensure that my voice is heard via my award winning short films.

In 2018, I created SCRIPT2SCREEN in order to give young filmmakers a platform to share their concerns, struggles, celebrations, and dreams. As the show started to grow, I felt the need to expand SCRIPT2SCREEN and make it more of a critical yet nontoxic conversation about Film and Television but I couldn't do it alone so I brought on my best friend, brother, and now co-pilot HAD SOLO.

Since then, SCRIPT2SCREEN has grown a humble fanbase that we labeled our SCREENERS, and had the opportunity to be ambassadors at the MIDDLE EAST FILM & COMIC CON two years in a row, where I moderated two CELEBRITY PANELS, and even had HAD join me on stage a few times for some SCRIPT2SCREEN LIVE!