The Argentines Who Could Be Nominated For An Oscar, According To Critics

United States of America Every year and several months before the Oscars in Hollywood, a large portion of film critics release their predictions about who will be among the nominations for films that have already been released and those that have not yet been released.

On this occasion, the critics of the American magazine diverse They make lists for each of the categories to be awarded and show some important Argentine names.

For each of the categories, specialists prepare a list of 30-40 nouns, which, in turn, are arranged according to the levels of probability: “Prospective candidates are” (“Possible candidates are …”, where with the greatest number of opportunities appear), “Next In line” (“Continue on the list”), “Other First Order Contenders” (“Other First Class Contenders”), “Also in Dispute” (“Also in Battle” ) and “Other Prize Possibilities.”

Thus, in the Best Supporting Actress category, number 11 appears Griselda Sicily (at the level of “other competitors of the first order”) for his role in Bardo, a bogus story of a bunch of facts, a film directed by four-time Academy Award winner Gonzalez Inarritu that tells the story of a Mexican journalist and documentary filmmaker who returns home and works in an existential crisis. While dealing with his identity and family relations.

In the Best Actor category, who appears is Ricardo Darinwho played Julio Julio Cesar Strasera in Argentina, 1985, movie Santiago Miter Inspired by the true story of the attorney general as well as Luis Moreno-Ocampo, who that year prosecuted members of the military junta of the military dictatorship, who were in power from 1976 to 1983. In Variety’s ranking, Darín was ranked 35th (in the “Other Prize Possibilities” group) in the same Arranged by Viggo Mortensen, Zach Efron and Brad Pitt. for this part, Peter Lanzaniwho plays Moreno Ocampo, appears on the public list of applicants.

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Miter also appears among the bets to win an award and is in the Best Original Screenplay section, signed by Miter and Mariano Linas. On the odds list, it ranks 19th (“Other Tier 1 contenders”).

In the same category there is another Argentine, Nicholas Jacobon, who co-wrote the script for Pardo… with Gonzalez Inarritu. As for Variety, it’s in fourth place for potential candidates.

Argentine cinema is having a great viewing moment during awards season. In August there will be an “invasion” of the Venice International Film Festival, one of the most famous festivals in the world. Argentina, 1985 will compete for the Golden Lion, and Griselda Siciliani is also competing for her leading role in Bardo… The festival will take place from August 31 to September 10.

Argentina, 1985 will be released in theaters in Argentina on September 29. In the meantime, Bardot… will also launch in theaters in September, but through Netflix, a platform that will bring it to select screens in dozens of regions, including Mexico, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, among many other countries. others. “The Bardot is a cinematic experience that inspired us to create a release strategy designed to make the film penetrate culture even more broadly,” said Scott Stober, chief cinematographer at Netflix.

Terry Alexander

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