Robert Redford Points To Poor Distribution For ‘All Is Lost’ Oscars Snub

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Robert Redford launched the 30th annual Sundance Film Festival in Utah on Thursday with a subtle jab at the movie bosses behind his new film “All Is Lost,” blaming them for his Oscars snub. Many experts expected Redford to be nominated for a Best Actor trophy when the categories were announced early on Thursday morning, but his name was not read out and the film’s lone mention was for Sound Editing.