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2023 Oscar Best Animated Short Predictions

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latest version: December 22, 2022

2023 Oscar Predictions: Best Animated Short

Image from “Save Ralph”.
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Category Commentary: It is always difficult to predict how the short film category will unfold. Best Animated Short, the Academy’s announcement gave new and exciting buzz around “New Moon,” a beautiful collaboration between recent Emmy winner Coleman Domingo (guest star on the drama “Euphoria”) and her husband, Raul Domingo. The pair both serve as writers and producers on the project, while Raoul directs alongside Jeremy Balais and Jéfigue Le Bars. Coleman is the narrator of the journey of JJ and his mother Edie as their inner dreams are illuminated by the moon in their West Philadelphia backyard.

Riz Ahmed is coming off a live-action win last year after being nominated for “Sound of Metal” (2020), with stars using cinematic acronyms to explore their creativity behind the camera. One of the best Afro-Latinos in the game, Coleman Domingo has had one foot in the director’s chair throughout his career, whether it’s on TV for AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead” or, most notably, the drama with more than a dozen credits in theaters, “New Moon,” a film production for the artist. Can bridge to new levels.

But it’s not all about Domingo from the Oscar shortlist, with The Animation Showcase grabbing four of the 15 with “Black Slides,” “The Flying Sailor,” “My Year of Dicks” and “Steakhouse.”

Notable studios and productions are also gaining attention, such as the voice talent of Idris Elba and Tom Hollander on “The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse” with Apple, and the voice of Oscar with “Save Ralph” with Bluetongue Films. The winners were Taika Waititi (“Jojo Rabbit”), George Lopez and Ricky Gervais.

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“The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse”
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And the predicted nominees are:
rank name Director(s) Distributor(s)
1 “New Moon” Jeremy Balais, Raul Domingo, Jeff Le Bars Edith Productions
An imaginative surrealist journey of young Jay Jay and his mother Edie, their inner city dreams are illuminated by a new moon in a West Philadelphia backyard.
2 “The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse” Peter Baynton Apple TV+
Follows a boy, a mole, a fox and a horse, as they form an unexpected friendship and travel together in search of the boy’s home.
3 “Save Ralph” Spencer Sasser Blue-tongue film
Ralph, a rabbit being interviewed for a documentary, goes through his daily routine as an “experimenter” in a lab.
4 “Flying Sailor” Amanda Forbes, Wendy Tilby Animation Showcase
Inspired by true events, the highly anticipated new film from Oscar-nominated duo Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbes is a meditation on a sailor’s unexpected voyage.
5 “My Year of Dicks” Sara Gunarasdottir Animation Showcase
Pam tries hard to lose her virginity and is always looking for “the one”. He is not alone, his best friends are with him.
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6 “More Than I Care To Remember” Amy Bench MTV Documentary Films
One night in his home in southeastern Congo, 14-year-old Mugeni awoke to the sound of bombs. As his family disperses into the surrounding forest to fend for themselves, Mugeni finds himself completely alone. From there, he embarks on an extraordinary solo journey around the world determined to reunite with his lost loved ones and uplift the Banyamulenge people.
7 “It’s nice here” Robert-Jonathan Coarse SND Films
A fragmented portrait of a moment seen through the subjective memories of Imani, a young black girl, and David, a cunning police officer, who both have different memories of the same fateful moment that will change their lives forever.
8 “An ostrich told me the world is fake and I think I believe it” Lachlan Pendragon Griffith Film School
A young office worker uncovers the flaws in his stop-motion universe with the help of a mysterious talking ostrich.
9 “Sierra” Sander June Criterion channel
A father and his son lose a race. To win, the boy turns himself into a car tire. Sierra looks at toxic masculinity through dark irony, while drawing us into the surreal world of car racing.
10 “The Debutante” Elizabeth Hobbs ANIMATE PROJECTS LIMITED
An energetic young woman convinces a hyena at London Zoo to take her place at a dinner held in her honor.
Also debate
“Black Slide” Uri Lotan Animation Showcase
“trash man” Laura Gonsalves Bando à Parte
“Ice Merchant” Joao Gonzalez Curtas Metragens CRL / Agência – Portuguese short film agency
“passenger” Juan Pablo Jaramela JPZstudio
“kebab house” Spela Cadage Animation Showcase

2023 Academy Awards Predictions

Best picture Director actor Actress Supporting Actor | Supporting actress Original screenplay Adapted screenplay Animated features Production Design | Cinematography Costume Design | Film editing Makeup and hairstyling Sound | Visual effects Original score Original song Documentary feature International features Animated short Documentary Summary Live action short

The 95th Oscars ceremony will be held at the Dolby Theater and will be broadcast live on ABC on Sunday, March 12, 2022.

2022 category winners: “The Windshield Wiper” (Animation Showcase) – Alberto Milgo and Leo Sanchez

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