Netflix wins 7 Oscars, and Facebook scores its first
The Oscar Awards were awarded by Netflix in seven categories, which made Netflix the winner studio in the night at the Sunday Academy Awards Ceremony. But two of Netflix’s films, Mank and The Seven Trials, were not presented as nominees for the world’s largest streaming video service! The most successful image has been won by Nomadland from the Disney unit Searchlight.
Oscars has rated other streaming platforms. Pixar’s Soul won two prizes for best-animated film and best score for Disney Plus. Two were won for editing, music, Amazon’s Sound of Metal.
Facebook won the first Oscar with all. Colette, a 24-minute film produced in connection with a World War II set VR video game by its VR party of Oculus and video game company EA, won for its short documentary.
The most nominations of any business, 35, were entered by Netflix in the evening. It had 10 nodes in the most nominated movie, Mank. At the end of Sunday, it won the documentary for My Octopus Teacher, animated short for If anything Happens I Love You and live action short for Two Distant Strangers in the production design and film category for Mank, costume design, maquillage and hairstyle.
This year, “Streaming” films were running easily at Oscars. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that run the Oscars has loosened its eligibility requirements after the COVID 19 shuttered and limited movies all over the world. Street releases alone could be nominated, provided that the films were initially scheduled to reach the big screen.