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Oscars 2016: Dustin Hoffman sees 'subliminal racism'

Dustin Hoffman has told the BBC that he believes the lack of diversity in this year's Oscar nominations is down to "subliminal racism".

For the second year running, no black or minority ethnic actors have been nominated in the four Oscars acting categories.

Hoffman said the lack of recognition for black actors was part of a wider problem in the US.