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2023 Oscars Best Live Action Short Predictions

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diversity The Awards Circuit section is home to all awards news and related content throughout the year, featuring the following: Official predictions for upcoming oscar, The Emmys, The Grammys And Tony Awards ceremony, curated by diversity Senior Awards Editor Clayton Davis. The prediction pages do not reflect Davis’ assessment of the current state of the race and personal preferences for any film or act. As with any body or organization that votes, each individual category is fluid and subject to change. Predictions are updated every Thursday.

latest version: December 22, 2022

2023 Oscar Predictions: Best Live Action Short

Photo from “Warsaw”.

Category Commentary: The biggest takeaway from the Oscar shortlist announcement was an entire lineup with no US titles. All but Tom Barclay and Ross White’s “An Irish Goodbye” are non-English, which could be an advantage heading into Oscar nom voting starting Jan. 12.

The increase in non-English titles should not be interpreted as a “bad thing” as we consistently encourage Academy members to seek out more unconventional and international titles. However, this may point to another example of how the growth of international turnout has had an incredible impact.

It could also point to two music superstars — Taylor Swift (“All Too Well”) and Kendrick Lamar (“We Cry Together”) — being left off the shortlist.

The most recognizable name in the discussion is four-time Academy Award winner Alfonso Cuarón, who created Disney’s “Le Pupil” from writer and director Alice Rohrwacher. Making stops at the Cannes, Telluride and Toronto Film Festivals, the movie may have the most buzz to bring it to the finish line.

The Criterion channel made a significant flex in the shorts category, notably Dania Bidair’s “Warsaw,” a story about a Beirut crane operator keeping his secret passion alive.

They’ll be more buzz to consider when people start seeing them around the holidays.

Check out the latest movie predictions in one place, across all 23 categories of diversity Oscar Collective. To see ranked predictions for each individual category, see of diversity Oscar Hub.

All award contenders and rankings:

An image from “An Irish Farewell”.

And the predicted nominees are:
rank name Director(s) Distributor(s)
1 “An Irish Farewell” Tom Barclay, Ross White Floodlight image
In rural Northern Ireland, a pair of estranged brothers reunite after their mother’s untimely death.
2 “Le Pupil” Alice Rohrwacher Disney+
Follow the rebellious girls of a Catholic boarding school before Christmas, a time of war and scarcity.
3 “Red Suitcase” Cyrus Neshvad Signfilm
Luxembourg Airport. Towards the end of the evening. A veiled 16-year-old Iranian girl is afraid to take her red suitcase on the automated carpet. He pushes back the moment he walks through the arrival gate and seems even more terrified.
4 “Warsaw” Goodbye Criterion channel
Away from prying eyes, a Beirut crane operator is able to live his secret passion and find freedom.
5 “failed” Andreas Kessler Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg
Twelve-year-old violinist Mitka is supposed to have attacked several SS officers in the name of a partisan movement in Ukraine. But his efforts put his only friend in danger.
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6 “Evaluate” Anders Walter M&M Productions
Evalu is gone. His younger sister is desperate to find him. His father doesn’t care. The vast Greenlandic nature hides its secrets. Evalu is being sought.
7 “lateral” Carlos Segundo Animation Showcase
In Natal, off the coast of Brazil, the country is preparing to launch its first manned space rocket into space. A couple lives near the space center with children, he is a cleaner and she is a mechanic, but he dreams of other horizons.
8 “the right word” Adrian Moyes Doolin Punchline movie
When innocent and romantic Mahdi is pressured by peers to confess his love to Jada, a girl he doesn’t know he exists, his declaration becomes a public shock.
9 “almost home” Nils Keller Le Hoff Media
When they learn of a dangerous virus outbreak shortly before their long-awaited return to Earth, a teenager and his mother struggle to decide whether to land on their confined spaceship or return to space.
10 “all in favor” Santiago Requezo 2:59 movie
What begins as a general meeting of neighbors to vote on elevator changes, turns into an unexpected debate over the limits of coexistence.
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“The Lone Wolf” Philip Melo Production Force
“Night Ride” Eric Toveiten Cylinder production
“The Plastic Killer” Jose Pozo Arlong Productions
“treatment” Alvaro Carmona Line up shorts
“cotton” Beatriz Silva Agency Audiovisual Freak

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 Long Goodbye” (Wpresent) – Aniel Karia, Riz Ahmed

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