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Ari Folman's "The Congress" was distributed by Drafthouse Films (whose output has slowed, as its founder is focusing more of his attention on Neon) and "Waltz with Bashir" was released by Sony Pictures Classics. I assume SPC is the most likely candidate, but I could also see him partnering with GKIDS to release "Where is Anne Frank."

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So far, only three animated films have been made available for streaming to Academy members in the Best Picture category. For those who don't know, even though you're able to submit a film for Best Picture at no additional cost, in order to upload said film to the Academy Screening Room (the only form of screener that's allowed anymore), you need to pay $12,500. This only applies to the Best Picture category; for other categories such as Animated Feature, Documentary Feature or International Feature, films can be screened for free.

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For the record, here are the films currently available in the Academy Screening Room:

“Annette”
“Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry” (documentary)
“Bring Your Own Brigade” (documentary)
“Coming 2 America”
“Dream Horse”
“Francesco” (documentary)
“The Guilty”
“The Lost Leonardo” (documentary)
“Luca” (animated)
“Mass”
“The Mitchells vs. the Machines” (animated)
“My Name is Pauli Murray” (documentary)
“Nine Days”
“No Sudden Move”
“Old Henry”
“The Starling”
“Together”
“Together, Together”
“The Tomorrow War”
“12 Mighty Orphans”
“Val” (documentary)
“Vivo” (animated)
“Worth”
Source: https://www.thewrap.com/oscars-voters-where-are-movies/

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I'm glad that the Golden Globes will still be awarded this year despite the lack of a telecast.

Golden Globes to Be Awarded in 2022 Without NBC Telecast
https://www.thewrap.com/golden-globes-a ... -ceremony/

Golden Globe Awards Set for Early January Without a Telecast Plan
https://www.thewrap.com/golden-globes-awards-2022-date/

Awards Publicists and Studio Execs Express Confusion About a Golden Globes That May Not Be Televised
https://variety.com/2021/awards/news/go ... 235092750/

After a Year of Change, the 2022 Golden Globes Have a Mountain of Content to Climb
https://variety.com/2021/film/awards/20 ... 235116241/

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Why did Disney omit that they submitted Luca for Best Picture in their website?

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Not all the categories a film is submitted in are always listed on For Your Consideration websites and materials. The categories highlighted are the ones chosen to be promoted because it's believed the chances of getting nominated in those are higher than the others. That's why you often see promotional materials saying "for your consideration in all categories including..."

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Thank you for the answer. I don't think Luca has a chance to be nominated for Best Picture, and I don't think Disney thinks so as well, but it seems to me that this might be a way to raise the chances for a Best Animated Feature nomination and perhaps a win.

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Indiewire has revealed their predictions. The Deer King is included among the contenders, but GKIDS announced it will be releasing the title in early 2022. They'll either give it a limited release this year to qualify it or save it for next year's awards. I believe they'll save it for next year to give Belle less competition.

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July

Frontrunners
“Belle” (GKids)
“Flee” (Neon)
“Luca” (Disney/Pixar)
“The Mitchells vs. The Machines” (Netflix/Sony)
“Raya and the Last Dragon” (Disney)

Contenders
“Back to the Outback” (fall, Netflix)
“Cryptozoo” (August 20, Magnolia Pictures)
“The Deer King” (fall, GKids)
“Encanto” (Disney)
“Ron’s Gone Wrong” (October 22, Disney/Fox/Locksmith)
“Sing 2” (December 22, Universal/Illumination)
“Unicorn Wars” (fall, TBD)
“Vivo” (Netflix/Sony)
“Where Is Anne Frank” (TBD)

Longshots
“The Addams Family 2” (October 8, MGM/UA)
“The Boss Baby: Family Business” (Universal/DreamWorks)
“Hotel Transylvania: Transformania” (October 1, Sony)
“Paw Patrol: The Movie” (August 20, Paramount)
“Spirit Untamed” (Universal/DreamWorks)
“Wish Dragon” (Netflix)
Source: https://www.indiewire.com/2021/07/oscar ... 234653725/

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August

Frontrunners
“Belle” (GKids)
“Flee” (Neon)
“Luca” (Disney/Pixar)
“The Mitchells vs. The Machines” (Netflix/Sony)
“Raya and the Last Dragon” (Disney)

Contenders
“Back to the Outback” (fall, Netflix)
“Cryptozoo” (August 20, Magnolia Pictures)
“The Deer King” (fall, GKids)
“Encanto” (Disney)
“Ron’s Gone Wrong” (October 22, Disney/Fox/Locksmith)
“Sing 2” (December 22, Universal/Illumination)
“Unicorn Wars” (fall, TBD)
“Vivo” (Netflix/Sony)
“Where Is Anne Frank” (TBD)

Longshots
“The Addams Family 2” (October 1, MGM/UAR)
“The Boss Baby: Family Business” (Universal/DreamWorks)
“Hotel Transylvania: Transformania” (TBD, Amazon/Sony)
“Paw Patrol: The Movie” (August 20, Paramount)
“Spirit Untamed” (Universal/DreamWorks)
“Wish Dragon” (Netflix)
Source: https://www.indiewire.com/2021/07/oscar ... 234653725/

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September-October

Frontrunners
“Belle” (GKids)
“Encanto” (Disney)
“Flee” (Neon)
“Luca” (Disney/Pixar)
“The Mitchells vs. The Machines” (Netflix/Sony)

Contenders
“Back to the Outback” (December 10, Netflix)
“Cryptozoo” (August 20, Magnolia Pictures)
“Ron’s Gone Wrong” (October 22, Disney/Fox/Locksmith)
“Raya and the Last Dragon” (Disney)
“Sing 2” (December 22, Universal/Illumination)
“The Deer King” (TBD, GKids)
“The Summit of the Gods” (Netflix)
“Vivo” (Netflix/Sony)
“Where Is Anne Frank” (TBD)

Longshots
“My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission” (October 29, Funimation)
“Paw Patrol: The Movie” (August 20, Paramount)
“Poupelle of Chimney Town” (December 30, Toho)
“Spirit Untamed” (June 4, Universal/DreamWorks)
“The Addams Family 2” (October 1, MGM/UAR)
“The Boss Baby: Family Business” (July 2, Universal/DreamWorks)
“Wish Dragon” (June 11, Netflix)
Source: https://www.indiewire.com/2021/07/oscar ... 234653725/

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November

Frontrunners
“Encanto” (Disney)
“Flee” (Neon)
“Luca” (Disney/Pixar)
“Raya and the Last Dragon” (Disney)
“The Mitchells vs. The Machines” (Netflix/Sony)

Contenders
“Back to the Outback” (Netflix)
“Belle” (GKids)
“Cryptozoo” (August 20, Magnolia Pictures)
“Ron’s Gone Wrong” (Disney/Fox/Locksmith)
“Sing 2” (December 22, Universal/Illumination)
“The Deer King” (GKids)
“The Summit of the Gods” (Netflix)
“Vivo” (Netflix/Sony)
“Where Is Anne Frank” (TBD)

Longshots
“My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission” (Funimation)
“My Sunny Maad (Negativ Films)
“Paw Patrol: The Movie” (Paramount)
“Poupelle of Chimney Town” (Toho)
“Spirit Untamed” (Universal/DreamWorks)
“The Addams Family 2” (MGM/UAR)
“The Boss Baby: Family Business” (Universal/DreamWorks)
“Wish Dragon” (Netflix)
Source: https://www.indiewire.com/2021/07/oscar ... 234653725/


Variety is now predicting The Mitchells vs the Machines will be the winner.

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01. The Mitchells vs The Machines
02. Luca
03. Flee
04. Encanto
05. Sing 2
06. Belle
07. Raya and the Last Dragon
08. The Boss Baby: Family Business
09. Vivo
10. Ron's Gone Wrong
Source: https://variety.com/feature/2022-oscars ... 235071947/

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These are the only features from WDAS to win Oscars "Special Achievement/Song/Score & Animated Feature". Unless Encanto can make one heck of an impact when released next month, WDAS won't be winning any more Oscars anytime soon.


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I'm not sure how you can make that assessment when Big Hero 6 was the most forgettable movie out of the Revival ones and it still won.... against Song of the Sea...it was fortunate enough that Pixar hasn't released anything that year. It just goes to show how these awards are meaningless because they basically choose the most popular film that year.

I don't know about Encanto though, it has a rough competition this year. I wouldn't be surprised if The Mitchells vs the Machines won because of all the hype it got.

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I'm not sure how you can make that assessment when Big Hero 6 was the most forgettable movie out of the Revival ones and it still won.... against Song of the Sea...it was fortunate enough that Pixar hasn't released anything that year. It just goes to show how these awards are meaningless because they basically choose the most popular film that year.

I don't know about Encanto though, it has a rough competition this year. I wouldn't be surprised if The Mitchells vs the Machines won because of all the hype it got.


BH6 was the highest grossing animated feature worldwide in 2014, with nearly $658 million. The fact that it out-grossed How to train your Dragon 2 was shocking. If it was so forgettable, why did Disney give it a 3 season TV series? Why is it getting a Baymax series on Disney+? I remember Grace Randolph saying back in October 2014 that Disney was concerned that BH6 wasn't gonna do well, so they officially announced Moana two weeks before BH6 opened in early November.

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Farerb wrote:
I'm not sure how you can make that assessment when Big Hero 6 was the most forgettable movie out of the Revival ones and it still won.... against Song of the Sea...it was fortunate enough that Pixar hasn't released anything that year. It just goes to show how these awards are meaningless because they basically choose the most popular film that year.

I also think if The LEGO Movie had been nominated for the Oscar, that probably would have won.

I think Walt Disney Animation will absolutely win the category again. They haven't even officially announced what's being released after Encanto (though I assume they probably will reveal it before Encanto opens), so it's hard to say what their future holds.

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These are the only features from WDAS to win Oscars "Special Achievement/Song/Score & Animated Feature". Unless Encanto can make one heck of an impact when released next month, WDAS won't be winning any more Oscars anytime soon.
And they all deserved it other than Big Hero 6. But you're right that WDAS is unlikely to win. As farerb said, BH6 only won that year because PIXAR didn't have a film in the category. PIXAR does have a film in there this year, which means WDAS didn't stand a chance no matter what they made this year, especially with they're vote being divide between two films. The pull PIXAR has over voters is obvious and has been for more than a decade now.

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I'm not sure how you can make that assessment when Big Hero 6 was the most forgettable movie out of the Revival ones and it still won.... against Song of the Sea...it was fortunate enough that Pixar hasn't released anything that year. It just goes to show how these awards are meaningless because they basically choose the most popular film that year.

I also think if The LEGO Movie had been nominated for the Oscar, that probably would have won.

I think Walt Disney Animation will absolutely win the category again. They haven't even officially announced what's being released after Encanto (though I assume they probably will reveal it before Encanto opens), so it's hard to say what their future holds.


Both The Lego Movie & How to train your Dragon 2 were both the critical darlings of the 2015 awards season. Dragon 2 won the Golden Globe & swept the Annie Awards, while the Lego movie won the Critic's Choice Award. When the Oscar nods came out, the Lego Movie was snubbed for Best Animated Feature. It made all the headlines I remember. So some were saying that Dragon 2 had the Oscar in the bag. At the BAFTA Awards the Lego Movie won Best Animated Film. Phil Lord & Chris Miller stated that "You guys win the award for best Academy," taking a shot at the American Academy for they're snub.

BH6 Oscar win was really impressive, that it wno no other major awards that season.

For Encanto to win, it has to make a big impact this Holiday season. And until Disney officially announces Seacher Clade, I can't comment about 2022.


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These are the only features from WDAS to win Oscars "Special Achievement/Song/Score & Animated Feature". Unless Encanto can make one heck of an impact when released next month, WDAS won't be winning any more Oscars anytime soon.
And they all deserved it other than Big Hero 6. But you're right that WDAS is unlikely to win. As farerb said, BH6 only won that year because PIXAR didn't have a film in the category. PIXAR does have a film in there this year, which means WDAS didn't stand a chance no matter what they made this year, especially with they're vote being divide between two films. The pull PIXAR has over voters is obvious and has been for more than a decade now.


The only Pixar feature that would beat BH6 I believe would be Inside Out. Other Pixar movies around that time: Cars 2/Monster's University & The Good Dinosaur would of had no chance. Even When Brave beat Wreak-It Ralph, there were grumblings over that win. But when Inside Out won for 2015, with Woody & Buzz as the Animated Oscar presenters, I knew right there that Pixar had a lock on Oscar voters.


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Netflix has updated their FYC website and now includes Back to the Outback, The Mitchells vs. the Machines, The Summit of the Gods, and Vivo. However, if you use the search function, you can find a page for Wish Dragon as well.

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Flee has been nominated for a Gotham Award. Update: It won in the category.

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Best Documentary Feature

Ascension
Faya Dayi
Flee
President
Summer of Soul
Source: https://thegotham.org/press/announcing- ... am-awards/


Flee has been nominated for a British Independent Film Award.

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Best International Independent Film

Compartment No. 6
First Cow
Flee
Petite Maman
Pleasure
Source: https://www.bifa.film/news/nominations- ... bifa-2021/


Flee has been nominated for a Detroit Film Critics Society Award.

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Best Documentary

Flee
Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain
The Sparks Brothers
Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street
Summer of Soul
Source: https://detroitfilmcritics.com/detroit- ... minations/


Flee has been nominated for two Critics' Choice Documentary Awards. Update: It lost in both categories.

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Best Documentary Feature

Ascension
Attica
Becoming Cousteau
The Crime of the Century
A Crime on the Bayou
Flee
Introducing, Selma Blair
The Lost Leonardo
My Name is Pauli Murray
Procession
The Rescue
Summer of Soul

Best Director

Ascension
Attica
Becoming Cousteau
Flee
The Rescue
The Sparks Brothers
Summer of Soul
Source: http://criticschoice.com/2021/10/nomina ... ry-awards/


Flee has been nominated for two IDA Documentary Awards.

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Best Feature

Faya Dayi
Flee
In the Same Breath
Jacinta
North by Current
Not Going Quietly
Nothing but the Sun
Summer of Soul
Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker
Writing With Fire

Best Director

Faya Dayi
Flee
Jacinta
Not Going Quietly
Summer of Soul
Source: https://www.documentary.org/awards2021/nominees


Flee has been nominated for two European Film Awards.

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European Animated Feature Film

The Ape Star
Even Mice Belong in Heaven
Flee
Where Is Anne Frank
Wolfwalkers

European Documentary

Babi Yar. Context
Flee
The Most Beautiful Boy in the World
Mr. Bachmann and His Class
Taming the Garden
Source: ttps://www.europeanfilmawards.eu/en_EN/nominations-2021


Flee has been nominated for three Satellite Awards.

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Motion Picture (Animated or Mixed Media)

Encanto
Flee
Luca
The Mitchells vs the Machines
Vivo

Motion Picture (Documentary)

Ascension
Brian Willson: Long Promised Road
Flee
Introducing Selma Blair
Julia
Procession
The Rescue
Summer of Soul
Val
The Velvet Underground

Motion Picture (International)

Compartment No. 6
Drive My Car
Flee
The Good Boss
The Hand of God
A Hero
Prayers for the Stolen
Titane
The Worst Person in the World
Source: https://www.pressacademy.com/2021-nominees/


Flee has been nominated for eight Cinema Eye Honors.

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Outstanding Nonfiction Feature

Ascension
Faya Dayi
Flee
The Rescue
Summer of Soul
The Velvet Underground

Outstanding Direction

Ascension
Faya Dayi
Flee
In the Same Breath
Procession
Summer of Soul

Outstanding Production

The First Wave
Flee
In the Same Breath
President
The Rescue

Outstanding Cinematography

All Light, Everywhere
Ascension
Cusp
Faya Dayi
The Rescue

Outstanding Original Score

All Light, Everywhere
Ascension
Flee
Julia
Malni: Towards the Ocean, Towards the Shore
Procession

Outstanding Sound Design

All Light, Everywhere
Faya Dayi
Flee
Summer of Soul
The Velvet Underground

Outstanding Graphic Design/Animation

Becoming Cousteau
Flee
Rebel Hearts
The Sparks Brothers
Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker

Audience Choice Prize

Becoming Cousteau
Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry
Flee
Homeroom
Julia
Lily Topples the World
Listening to Kenny G
The Rescue
Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It
Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain
The Sparks Brothers
Summer of Soul
Try Harder!
The Velvet Underground
Writing With Fire
Source: https://cinemaeyehonors.com/press/cinem ... al-honors/

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I'm not sure how you can make that assessment when Big Hero 6 was the most forgettable movie out of the Revival ones and it still won.... against Song of the Sea...it was fortunate enough that Pixar hasn't released anything that year. It just goes to show how these awards are meaningless because they basically choose the most popular film that year.

I also think if The LEGO Movie had been nominated for the Oscar, that probably would have won.

Why do you think it would have won if it couldn't even get a nomination?

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Why do you think it would have won if it couldn't even get a nomination?

Because during that time, only members of the animation branch were allowed to select the nominees but the winner was chosen by the entire Academy. The Lego Movie was quite popular outside the animation branch, so it's highly likely it would have won if it were nominated. Due to the controversy of The Lego Movie snub, this rule was changed in 2017 and now the nomination process is open to the entire Academy too.

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The LEGO Movie also won the Producer's Guild Award and the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Feature, which have overlapping membership with the Academy and indicate strong support within the film industry.

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Denmark has selected "Flee" as their entry for the International Feature Film category at this year's Oscars. This marks the 21st animated film to have ever been chosen by a country as its Oscar candidate.

1953: France, Johnny the Giant Killer
1975: Belgium, Tarzoon: Shame of the Jungle
1982: Romania, Quo Vadis Homo Sapiens?
1986: Hungary, Cat City
1994: Japan, Pom Poko
1997: Croatia, Lapitch the Little Shoemaker
1997: Japan, Princess Mononoke
1999: Argentina, Manuelita
2002: Chile, Ogu and Mampato on Easter Island
2005: Luxembourg, Renart the Fox
2007: France, Persepolis
2008: Israel, Waltz with Bashir (nominated)
2011: Singapore, Tatsumi
2011: Czech Republic, Alois Nebel
2013: Uruguay, Anina
2014: Latvia, Rocks in My Pockets
2015: Palestine, The Wanted 18
2016: Switzerland, My Life as a Zucchini
2019: Japan, Weathering With You
2019: China, Ne Zha
2021: Denmark, Flee


The film has also been submitted in the Best Animated Feature category, making it the 8th animated film to ever compete in both categories.

Persepolis (2007)
Waltz with Bashir (2008)
Alois Nebel (2011)
Rocks in My Pockets (2014)
My Life as a Zucchini (2016)
Weathering With You (2019)
Ne Zha (2019)
Flee (2021)


Even more notable, "Flee" becomes the first film to ever be submitted in all four feature categories (Picture, Documentary, International, Animated) at the Oscars.

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