The Oscar nominations revealed Tuesday lay out a Best Picture race that encompasses a broad range of films, from box office blockbusters like Avatar: The Way of Water and Top Gun: Maverick to a movie that made its debut at a non-traditional awards-launching festival (Everything Everywhere All at Once, at SXSW), a Cannes Palme d’Or winner (Triangle of Sadness) and from fall festival faves like Venice (The Banshees of Inisherin, Tár), Toronto (The Fabelmans, All Quiet on the Western Front) and Telluride (Women Talking).
The king has also entered the building with Elvis. RELATED: Oscar Best Picture Winners Through The Years – Photo Gallery Deadline has been there from the first glimpse of each with its reviews.
Click on each title to see how we called ’em. A Netflix/Amusement Park Film in co-production with Gunpowder Films in association with Sliding Down Rainbows Entertainment/Anima Pictures ProductionMalte Grunert, producerWorld premiere: Toronto Film FestivalRelease date: October 7, 2022Deadline’s takeaway: “Why not tell this very German story from a German POV for a change?
It is surprising it hasn’t been done before, but it has been done now with a film that looks very polished thanks to fine cinematography from James Friend, production design from Christian M.Read more on deadline.com
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