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2023 Oscar Best Documentary Short Predictions

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latest version: December 22, 2022

2023 Oscar Predictions: Best Documentary Short

Category Commentary: This is an eclectic mix of short films in the documentary short race.

The New Yorker’s “nuisance bear” is the most acclaimed, making multiple stops at the festival and picking up various trophies.

Frank Chee’s “38 at the Garden,” looking at the cultural impact of Jeremy Lin’s season with the New York Knicks, is a favorite in the race, especially with Oscar-winner Trayvon Free (“Two Distant Strangers”) on board as one of the producers.

Heartwarming stories like “Holding Moses” feature heavily, focusing on a woman dealing with grief and trying to connect with her disabled son. “How Do You Measure a Year” by Jay Rosenblatt, who himself filmed his daughter from ages two to 18, asking her daughter – What do you dream about? What are you afraid of? What do you think about our relationship? If you are a family person, the movie will definitely strike a chord.

You can never count out Netflix with a pair of movies in the discussion — Karthik Gonsalves’ “The Elephant Whisperers” and Anne Alvergue and Debra McClutchy’s “The Martha Mitchell Effect.”

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An illustration from “Holding Moses”.

And the predicted nominees are:
rank name Director and Producer Distributor(s)
1 “Holding Moses” Rivka Beth Meadow (Director), Jane Rennin (Producer) Frankly Speaking Film
A Broadway performer becomes a mother, braiding rhythm and sadness and time and joy on her way to connect with her profoundly disabled son.
2 “nuisance bear” Gabriela Osio Vanden, Jack Wiseman The New Yorker
Churchill, Manitoba, is famous as an international destination for photographing polar bears. We’ve seen the glorious pictures and classic wildlife TV programs – but what do bears see us? The ‘nuisance bear’ shifts perspective to reveal the obstacle course that tourist paparazzi and wildlife officials navigate during the annual migration.
3 “38 in the Garden” Frank Chi (Director), Trayvon Free, Samir Hernandez (Producer) HBO Max
Following the cultural impact of NBA Trailblazer Jeremy Lin during the 2011-12 season with the New York Knicks and the cultural phenomenon known as “Linsanity”.
4 “As far as they can run” Tanaz Eshaghian (Director, Producer), Christoph Jörg (Producer) MTV Documentary Films
Three young adults join an ongoing program for disabled youth in Pakistan, hoping to change the outlook of their rural community.
5 “How do you measure a year? J. Rosenblatt Jay Rosenblatt Films
When she was two years old and until she turned 18, they had a ceremony: Dad asked (and filmed), and Ella answered. What do you dream of? What are you afraid of? What do you think about our relationship? It is a short story of growing up and love between father and daughter.
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6 “Angola are you listening to us? “Voices from a Plantation Prison” Cinque answers Abin picture
Angola Can you hear us? Voices from Plantation Prison gives us a window into playwright Lisa Jessie Peterson’s 2020 performance of her acclaimed play The Peculiar Patriot Angola, Louisiana State Penitentiary, said to be America’s largest prison.
7 “The Martha Mitchell Effect” Ann Alvargue (Director), Beth Levison, Judith Mizrachi (Producer) Netflix
Cabinet wife who spoke out during Watergate and the Nixon administration’s campaign to silence him.
8 “The Elephant Whisperers” Karthiki Gonsalves Netflix
The Elephant Whisperers’ follows a tribal couple as they fall in love with Raghu, an orphaned elephant placed in their care and work tirelessly to ensure his survival. The film captures the beauty of the wild places of South India and the people and animals that share this space
9 “Anastasia” Sarah McCarthy MBK Productions
A woman whose resistance to the Putin regime comes at a terrible price.
10 “American Justice on Trial: Man vs. Newton” Herb Ferret, Andrew Abrahams open eye picture
The film tells the forgotten story of the death penalty case that tried racism in a US court in the fall of 1968.
Also debate
“Flag Makers” Sharon Lees, Cynthia Wade National Geographic Documentary Film
“Happiness £4 million” Weixi Chen, Kai Wei Tripodmedia
“haulout” Maxim Arbugayev, Evgenia Arbugaeva Albireo Films
“shut up and paint” Titus Kafer, Alex Malice DCTV
“Stranger at the Gate” Joshua Seftel The New Yorker

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 Queen of Basketball” (The New York Times) – Ben Proudfoot

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