Certainly the most bizarre and decidedly uncomfortable moment during last night's Oscars ceremony was when director-producer Roger Ross Williams's gentle acceptance speech for best short documentary (for Music by Prudence) got cut off by co-producer Elinor Burkett, who mumbled something about him being "just like a man to do all the talking" as Williams just stood there a bit bewildered. It was kind of like when you throw a party and a married couple shows up, all smiles and hugs but you just know that they had been fighting in the car and she was all like "don't embarrass me at the party, ass" and he was all like "shut up and pretend to have fun, you old hag." Anyway, Salon interviewed both of them to get the juicy (and it is juicy!) inside dish about their artistic holy war!
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Watch the clip in question here: