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David Rubin, veteran casting director and current president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, has been re-elected to a third term by the organization’s Board of Governors.
Rubin begins his ninth year as a governor, representing the casting directors branch. Some of his most notable credits include the best picture winner “The English Patient” (1996), “Men in Black” (1997) and “The Talented Mr. Ripley” (1999).
Joining the board of governors for the first time is Oscar-winning producer Donna Gigliotti (“Shakespeare in Love”), Oscar-nominated producer David Linde (“Arrival”), producer DeVon Franklin (“Breakthrough”) and producer Jennifer Todd (“Memento”).
Screenwriter Larry Karaszewski (“Ed Wood”), BAFTA-nominated costume designer Isis Mussenden (“The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”), veteran production designer Wynn P. Thomas (“Da 5 Bloods”) and producer Janet Yang (“The People vs. Larry Flynt”) were all re-elected as officers.
Academy board members can serve up to two three-year terms, followed by at least a two-year hiatus, after which they may serve up to two additional three-year terms. Officers serve one-year terms, with a maximum of four consecutive years in any one office.
The number of officer positions increased to nine this year, with the addition of the Equity and Inclusion Committee and the separation of Membership and Governance into two committees.
The full list of the current Board of Governors is down below.
Rita Wilson, Actors Branch
Kim Taylor-Coleman, Casting Directors Branch
Paul Cameron, Cinematographers Branch
Eduardo Castro, Costume Designers Branch
Jean Tsien, Documentary Branch
Pam Abdy, Executives Branch
Terilyn A. Shropshire, Film Editors Branch
Laura C. Kim, Marketing and Public Relations Branch
Lesley Barber, Music Branch
Gary C. Bourgeois, Sound Branch
Brooke Breton, Visual Effects Branch
Howard A. Rodman, Writers Branch
Susanne Bier, Directors Branch
Jennifer Todd, Producers Branch
Tom Duffield, Production Design Branch
Bonnie Arnold, Short Films and Feature Animation Branch
Bill Corso, Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Branch
Kate Amend, Documentary Branch
Craig Barron, Visual Effects Branch
Howard Berger, Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Branch
Charles Bernstein, Music Branch
Jon Bloom, Short Films and Feature Animation Branch
Rob Bredow, Visual Effects Branch
Ruth E. Carter, Costume Designers Branch
Kevin Collier, Sound Branch
Laura Dern, Actors Branch
Teri E. Dorman, Sound Branch
Dody J. Dorn, Film Editors Branch
Ava DuVernay, Directors Branch
Linda Flowers, Makeup and Hairstylists Branch
DeVon Franklin, Governors-At-Large, nominated by the President and elected by the board
Rodrigo García, Governors-At-Large, nominated by the President and elected by the board
Donna Gigliotti, Executives Branch
Whoopi Goldberg, Actors Branch
Lynette Howell Taylor, Producers Branch
Mark Johnson, Producers Branch
Larry Karaszewski, Writers Branch
Laura Karpman, Music Branch
Christina Kounelias, Marketing and Public Relations Branch
Ellen Kuras. Cinematographers Branch
David Linde, Executives Branch
Isis Mussenden, Costume Designers Branch
Jennifer Yuh Nelson, Short Films and Feature Animation Branch
Jan Pascale, Production Design Branch
Stephen Rivkin, Film Editors Branch
Eric Roth, Writers Branch
David Rubin, Casting Directors Branch
Steven Spielberg, Directors Branch
Wynn P. Thomas, Production Design Branch
Nancy Utley, Marketing and Public Relations Branch
Mandy Walker, Cinematographers Branch
Roger Ross Williams, Documentary Branch
Janet Yang, Governors-At-Large, nominated by the President and elected by the board
Debra Zane, Casting Directors Branch
The Oscars are set to air on Sunday, March 27, 2022.
Variety's Clayton Davis contributed to this post.