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Oscars 2023: See the nominated films available on Netflix

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It’s been a few days since the world met the films nominated for Oscar 2023. And in another year of betting, the Netflix was able to score its productions, which can be awarded on March 12 of this year. In all, the platform of the streaming giant can be victorious with 17 figurines distributed among nine different films.

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Below, you can check which are the films nominated for the 95th edition of the Oscars that are available on Netflix. Enjoy!

9. the beast of the sea

Indicated in: Best Animation in a Feature Film

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In this animation, which features the voices of Karl Urban, Zaris-Angel Hator, Jared Harris, Dan Stevens and Marianne Jean-Baptiste, the audience follows the saga of a sailor who loves great adventures and a little girl who crashes his ship. ship about to travel through unknown waters.

As time passes and the girl is discovered, the two are faced with sea monsters that appear to be extremely dangerous. However, in fact, they can also be very useful and even offer protection while browsing.

8. The Martha Mitchell Effect

Indicated in: Best Short Documentary

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During the government of Richard Nixon in the United States, a very controversial figure gained prominence due to his comments made to the media, in addition to the numerous attempts to keep him silent.

In this way, Martha Mitchell, wife of the country’s attorney general, won a documentary to call her own, in which filmmakers Anne Alvergue and Debra McClutchy investigate the impact of her thoughts on American society at the time, especially due to the Watergate scandal.

7. How to Take Care of a Baby Elephant

Indicated in: Best Short Documentary

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Competing in the same category as the previous film, in this short film the audience learns more about the routine of a rural couple who live in southern India and take care of their animals, including a baby elephant that has just been orphaned.

From there, it is possible to follow the development of this wild animal as it lives daily with humans who truly care about it.

6. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Indicated in: Best Adapted Screenplay

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Netflix’s big bet for the awards season was the sequel to Between Knives and Secrets (2019). Despite this, the film managed only a single Oscar 2023 nomination.

In Glass Onion, the famous detective Benoit Blanc (played by Daniel Craig) has a new big challenge: to investigate a mysterious murder on the private island of Miles Bron (Edward Norton).

5. blonde

Indicated in: Best Lead Actress

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Based on the book by writer Joyce Carol Oates, who created a fictional story around the figure of actress Marilyn Monroe, the film blondefrom Netflix, provoked mixed feelings in its audience, who classified the feature film directed by Andrew Dominik as abject.

Even so, Ana de Armas’ performance was highly praised in return, something that earned her her first Oscar nomination.

4. Bardo, False Chronicle of Some Truths

Indicated in: Best Cinematography

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Awarded several times at the Oscars in other editions, Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González Iñarritu returned with a daring project for the 2023 season. its roots.

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In this identity crisis, he begins to have dreamlike visions on various issues, reflecting on his own existence and his place in the world.

3. RRR

Indicated in: Best Original Song

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Anyone who thinks that cinema made in India is just Bollywood is wrong. Despite being snubbed on the Oscar pre-list in the Best International Film category, RRR won over voters around her songs and received a nomination for “Naatu Naatu” by MM Keeravani and Chandrabose.

Thus, Tollywood’s feature film managed to be distributed in Brazil and in other territories by Netflix.

two. Pinocchio by Guillermo Del Toro

Indicated in: Best Animation in a Feature Film

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By using the famous stop motion technique to retell the story of the puppet Pinocchio and his creator Gepetto, filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro decided to put his unique style around the narrative.

Thus, a dark plot full of symbolism, including bringing disturbing historical moments to the center of attention, was built in a creative and exceptional way. No wonder, the project is considered so far the favorite for its only category at the Oscars 2023.

1. Nothing New on the Front

Indicated in: Best Film, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best International Film, Best Soundtrack, Best Sound, Best Production Design, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, and Best Makeup and Hairstyling

(Netflix/Playback)(Netflix/Playback)Source: Netflix

Finally, it is necessary to talk about the candidate with the most chances of winning Netflix. The German feature film consists of a new adaptation of the book of the same name, written by Erich Maria Remarque.

In this new version, Felix Kammerer plays the young soldier Paul Bäumer, who in the middle of the trenches of the First World War realizes that the reality of armed conflict is much more complex than he imagined.

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