فيلم The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2019: Documentary

The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2019: Documentary

The 2019 Oscar nominated documentary shorts are Black Sheep, End Game, Lifeboat, A Night at the Garden, and Period. End of Sentence.

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2019: Documentary» (20)

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Joyce M.

This film tells the story of three boys who were kidnapped and held hostage in Venezuela. The film goes into a little bit of background to the story, and then goes into the torture, abuse, and rape. It really makes you think about the abuse these boys have suffered at the hands of the Venezuelan government. The director and two other boys were kidnapped and held hostage in Venezuela. After a few months, they decided to return home and escape. They eventually did and got to their home country, the United States of America. This film is an excellent look into what happens when children are taken into the hands of a corrupt, tyrannical government. It really is a disturbing film, and you really do feel that you are part of the story. The film is really important because it highlights how these three boys were subjected to an unspeakable level of abuse and torture, and how these boys are now living in the United States, where they can go about their normal lives. I highly recommend this film, and it definitely makes you think about what you see in this film. The film is an excellent look into the abuses of children in dictatorships. If you are a parent, this film definitely makes you think about what you see in this film.

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Lawrence L.

To me, Short Films is an amazing anthology that consists of 35 short films about the world of filmmaking. The best part about the anthology is that you get to see more than one short every few months and see how these filmmakers have tackled the challenge of their craft. I also liked how the anthology was organized and that some of the stories were only available as a part of the entire collection. It was also interesting to see some different voices that each story was directed by. This is a film that I would recommend to anyone that loves cinema or filmmaking. Highly recommended.

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Benjamin

The best part of the documentary was the interviews with the directors. This is a great way to get to know the directors and how they develop their projects. After watching the interviews you can see how the process of the film is taking shape. This is a documentary which is educational but does not need a lot of information. The best part is that it gives a good idea of what the next step of a film is. I would recommend this documentary for people who love documentaries.

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John Kelley

A superb look at the early career of the great French filmmaker, Jean-Pierre Melville. It is based on a short made by him for the black and white art films section of the renowned independent theater company, the Posit Film Library. This film is a long look at the story of the making of The Woman in Black, his earlier masterpiece, and one of the greatest movies of all time. What makes this film so special is the true story behind the making, and the filmmakers' use of archival footage, archival film clips, and home videos. It is almost impossible to make a film like this without archival footage and interviews with the actors and crew. The audience really gets to know these people and their families and their work on the film, and it is a fascinating look at the time and dedication to the project. Melville is a true master of his craft, and his style and approach to his work are an inspiration to everyone.

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Janice

This is an amazing documentary. I've seen so many documentaries that didn't live up to my expectations. I wanted a movie that would stand the test of time and this was one of those films. I was a little disappointed by some of the topics they covered but the film itself is very well done. I think a lot of people would like to see more of the stuff they got to see. This is a great film to go see.

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Catherine H.

After the amazing opening sequence, this documentary follows three people, trying to find their place in the world. After a night of sex, one guy is making a sandwich for his girlfriend, and another guy is struggling to finish his bottle of wine. In the next night, two guys try to convince their mothers to let them stay with them in a hotel. The documentary focuses on these men, from the onset, and in the end, it offers an interesting idea. This documentary is pretty exciting, and, after the very first scene, the people are getting to know each other and to be honest, you are not sure if you want to be at the hotel or not. The documentary ends with a fun montage of the three people, and the hotel, and you can definitely tell that the filmmaker is having a blast. The documentary has a great montage, but, there are some things that I think are not right. The first of which is that the filmmaker seemed to get upset when the three friends finally decided to have sex. He was clearly upset that they had to have sex and he clearly was upset because they had sex. The film, like many other documentaries, has some moments that are interesting, and, they are meant to be funny, but, in the end, it doesn't feel like a funny documentary. Also, when the three friends first got to the hotel, the camera focuses on the girl's face and her legs, but, in the end, you don't really feel that much of the footage, it feels more like a documentary. The third part of the documentary, the montage, is something that is a bit funny, but, again, I didn't feel that much of it. This documentary is great, but, if you're not familiar with documentaries, I wouldn't go watch it. It is not the worst documentary I have ever seen, but, it is not the best.

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Ronald

I was shocked at the reception I got for this documentary. I feel that people either think this is a great documentary or a poor one. The fact is that the movie was shot as a story about cancer, cancer patients and their families. The director, Sara Whirley, did a great job with that, the story was well-paced and the actors did an amazing job too. It was an incredibly well-made film. I really enjoyed watching the life of Paul Stoffe (the man who made this film) and his family. I did not think that the movie was too depressing, I thought that it was a balanced and balanced story. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who has not seen it.

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Laura Elliott

This film was shown at the Austin Film Festival and I was a little nervous about going, but after I saw it I would highly recommend this film to anyone. It is a beautiful film that can bring tears to your eyes. The director creates an incredible story that is a true tribute to the Filipino artists that have left a mark on the film industry. The music is very very beautiful and I loved the story of the family. The audience gets to see how a family has a love for cinema and the film makers are also a family. This film was very real and touched me very much. I feel this film can be seen by everyone and even if you don't like films, you should give this film a try. The film has a real story that makes you think and your heart will be touched. I felt this film was very good and I recommend everyone to see it. Overall, a very touching film. You will love it. This film was amazing.

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Julie Harvey

The documentary about the film A Quiet Place (2017) premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and is available on Netflix Instant. The movie was made by a small group of people who, after experiencing the disaster, decided to document it. Their journey reveals a surprising but real human connection and the love and support from the public and other professionals of the disaster affected areas. At the beginning of the documentary, the short film was read from a book that the filmmakers received for free. The documentary shows the incredible human power that made this short film become one of the most important films ever made. The documentary is based on the book A Quiet Place: Inside the Family and Community of Fukushima Prefecture, written by the film's writer, Tony Kawaoka. The film is a beautiful journey to the lives of three families who are all affected by the nuclear accident. This is the first film made by the makers of the 2015 short film, A Quiet Place. The filmmakers also interviewed the American artist, Zoe Kravitz, about her experience of living in Fukushima Prefecture, and she also explained the "A Quiet Place" label.

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Marie

For the 2017 Short Films competition at Sundance, several filmmakers gave us a variety of projects about different topics. I was lucky enough to attend the Sundance festival, and I was lucky enough to get to see these projects in their entirety. In this short documentary, the three filmmakers discussed a variety of topics including the desire to be heard, the importance of making a documentary and how it impacts a filmmaker's ability to be in a position to work with people in their field. These filmmakers are Laura Dunn, Ava Gorden and Danny Huston. The three were all presented together at Sundance and they discussed their process of how they started making their short films. This short documentary is a very insightful look at a large variety of topics and topics that I personally wanted to know more about. I really enjoyed the time I had at Sundance and I recommend you go and see it. It is not as lengthy as I thought it would be, but it is a really good documentary and worth your time.

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Dennis

Having heard that this short film was produced by the same team as "Riddick" was not surprising to me, as the film is very different to the rest of the film series. It is about a man named Brett, who works in a gas station and thinks that he has been in a car accident that killed his wife and her lover. He is now a recluse and never tries to rejoin society, and has been living alone for many years. One day he receives a telephone call from a man named Carl, who offers to fix him up with someone if he will help him. He calls his ex-wife, who is now a woman named Marcella, and is now pregnant. The only person he knows is that he can see her in the mirror every day. She agrees to help him but only if he stays there. If he stays alone, she will leave him. The film shows how he tries to help the person that he sees in the mirror everyday. The film is quite emotional and very touching. It also shows how this person uses drugs. I am a big fan of Michael Crichton's books, so I really enjoyed this film. The film is worth watching.

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William Ramos

At the very start of the film, a man who appears to be involved in the illegal drug trade says something like "My daddy killed his mother and his stepmother". Is this man really related to the person who died in the execution? And is his father involved in drugs? This film is not really about the drugs, the actual substance is not really the focus. I thought that this film might actually have a message about the drug trade, but I was wrong. It's more about a father's love for his daughter, and how he was betrayed by his own father. I would also have liked to know more about this person who dies in the execution, but he was not really related to the execution. Anyway, I would recommend this film for people who like documentaries. It is a good story about a family and the corruption of a father. I would recommend this film to anybody.

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Christian Fernandez

Following up on last year's Emmy Award winning The Pulitzer Prize Winner, "In the Woods," director Matt Singer's new feature tells the story of two individuals who attempt to hike the Appalachian Trail. Through their cameras and their weather station, the filmmakers follow the two on the hike as they encounter people, situations and weather, and they try to share their experience with the world. The same goes for the short film "Hiking The Trail," which came from last year's Oscar nominee "The Accidental Tourist." This is a wonderful story, and an important story to tell. However, in terms of filmmaking it isn't very convincing. You can feel the energy and the passion in the filmmaker, but there isn't the same emotional force in the other filmmaker. You don't feel like you're following them on the trail, and you don't feel that you're watching a true story. It's a well-made film, but it doesn't hold you in it. But I still enjoyed the short films that followed. "The Accidental Tourist" is a moving, engaging, and funny story, but it's hard to follow the story of the people in it. "Hiking The Trail" has some of the same issues, but it's a great story and you feel like you're following the people and the events. Still, the stories aren't as convincing as they could have been. Still, these are great films and they deserve more attention. They're well-made, well-told stories and they're great stories.

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Laura

As someone who has been in the industry for 15 years I found this doc to be a well rounded overview of what's happening in the business, from a number of angles. I found it very entertaining. While many of the topics are uncomfortable to discuss openly I can't think of a better way to talk about the industry. In fact, there are many of the other topics I can't think of, so that speaks volumes as to how much I enjoyed this film.

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Harry Owens

I just came home from seeing this and I just have to say I was a bit disappointed. It didn't live up to the expectations I had going in. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes art house. The film was made by a bunch of people who knew what they were doing and got a lot out of it. The visuals were beautiful and the film itself was quite engaging. Unfortunately, they really failed to make any real use of the footage they had. I found myself lost in the editing of it, which wasn't much of a problem since I really liked the idea of it. But, I wanted to see some real visuals and not just a bunch of pretty pictures on the screen. I am going to be a little cautious about recommending this film because of the directors inability to make use of the footage he got. It is a decent film to show to friends who like films and think they know what they are doing. It just doesn't cut it as an Oscar Nominated film. It is good enough to watch once and then forget about it.

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Evelyn F.

This film is the most impressive that the festival has had this year. I had the chance to see it last night at the festival, and I was surprised to see that there are still many short films being shown. It is not only a very exciting story, but the story itself is a very challenging one. Although the narrative is very linear, and some parts are quite predictable, the film is really an exploration of how we can choose our life paths and how our choices influence our lives. The short films are a perfect fit with this film, and I think the film is also a perfect example of how an important message can be conveyed by an extremely short, and very cleverly edited film.

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Christian S.

This documentary is about three short films that were awarded the Oscar for best short film in 2018. The movies were: I am Not Your Negro (Hanky Lee) My Little Pony: The Movie (Kale) Real Life (Buck & Kristen)

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Emily M.

I'm going to start off with saying that this documentary is very entertaining and brings a lot of great insights into the making of the movie. I also really liked the interviews that were part of the documentary. The interviews with the cast and crew of the movie are interesting, as they really give you an idea about the movie, as well as what the movie is about and why they made the movie. I would have liked to have seen more of the actors and actresses in the movie, especially Jennifer Lawrence, and Jason Bateman, as the interviewer doesn't seem to know enough about them. I think that maybe it would have helped if they had been more familiar with the actors and actresses in the movie, as it is clear that the interviewees were either friends of the cast or acquaintances. It also seems as though they would have benefited from having been more familiar with the film itself. Overall, it is a very enjoyable and informative documentary that you definitely need to watch. It's a good way to introduce you to the movie and gain some insight into the making of the movie.

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Tyler Thomas

Short Films is a film that covers the year from the perspective of independent filmmakers. You see some of the highlights from the festival, see how the festival played out and then the short films are announced. From the moment the festival started the content was engaging and engaging, from the comedy to the dramas, and from the issues to the recommendations. I felt that the filmmakers were well chosen and didn't miss anything and they did a great job of getting the stories to tell, but if I had to choose one particular story that I felt didn't do enough for me, it would be the one about the project manager, although there are a lot of different stories being told, I felt they were quite scattered. The film is a wonderful combination of all the different stories and a great starting point to what the festival could have been.

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Heather Moreno

This is the first of a series of four short films and I'm not sure I'm going to watch them all in the same way. It was okay and a nice breath of fresh air after having already watched "The Documentary". The other two were a little "too" emotional. This is a good way to end the series. It was a nice change of pace. It was funny at times, sad at others and it just seemed to be a normal human feeling. It was a little depressing. Still a nice way to end it and I don't see why people are bashing it. It was a good way to wrap up the series. A good way to end it. The three other films are much better and should be seen on their own. Maybe they can be on Netflix or something. They would make a great book or film. The three are probably going to be on Netflix and DVD so that would be great. But I really don't think it will happen.