Netflix nominees complete list reveals for Oscar 2020
Netflix nominees complete list for Oscar 2020 is here. Tonight, it’s the Oscars, also the best movies and documentaries of the year. Here are the movies and documentaries are Netflix nominees for Oscars.
Before we get into Oscar 2020. Netflix continues to rise when it comes to Oscar nominations and prizes. A year ago, in 2019, they has achieved a total of 15 nominations. But this year means 2020, they are got with 24 nominations. They also care about the Oscar ceremony and release their movies and documentaries on cinemas before the stream.
Here’s the complete list of Netflix titles nominated for an Oscar 2020
In this year, we have too much favorite like Martin Scorsese’s new and epic ‘The Irishman’ movie, and Marriage Story from the directed by Noah Baumbach. Here are the all Netflix Oscar 2020 nominee list:
Synopsis: This is an epic saga of organized crime in post-war America told through the eyes of World War II veteran Frank Sheeran, a hustler, and hitman who worked alongside some of the most notorious figures of the 20th century. Spanning decades, the film chronicles one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in American history, the disappearance of legendary union boss Jimmy Hoffa, and offers a monumental journey through the hidden corridors of organized crime: its inner workings, rivalries, and connections to mainstream politics.
Cast: Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci
- The Irishman – Best Picture
- Robert De Niro – Best Actor in a Leading Role –
- Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Al Pacino & Joe Pesci
- Costume Design – Sandy Powell and Christopher Peterson
- Martin Scorsese – Best Director
- Steven Zaillian – Best Adapted Screenplay
- Rodrigo Prieto – Best Achievement in Cinematography
- Thelma Schoonmaker – Best Achievement in Film Editing
- Bob Shaw – Best Achievement in Production Design
- Pablo Helman – Best Achievement in Visual Effects
The Two Popes
Synopsis: This movie comes an intimate story of one of the most dramatic transitions of power in the last 2,000 years. Frustrated with the direction of the church, Cardinal Bergoglio (Jonathan Pryce) requests permission to retire in 2012 from Pope Benedict (Anthony Hopkins). Instead, facing scandal and self-doubt, the introspective Pope Benedict summons his harshest critic and the future successor to Rome to reveal a secret that would shake the foundations of the Catholic Church. Behind Vatican walls, a struggle commences between both tradition and progress, guilt and forgiveness, as these two very different men confront elements from their pasts in order to find common ground and forge a future for a billion followers around the world.
Cast: Anthony Hopkins, and Jonathan Pryce
- Jonathan Pryce – Actor in a Leading Role
- Anthony Hopkins – Actor in a Supporting Role
- Anthony McCarten – Writing Adapted Screenplay
Synopsis: When Jesper distinguishes himself as the postal academy’s worst student, he is stationed on a frozen island above the Arctic Circle, where the feuding locals hardly exchange words let alone letters. Jesper is about to give up when he finds an ally in local teacher Alva and discovers Klaus, a mysterious carpenter who lives alone in a cabin full of handmade toys. These unlikely friendships return laughter to Smeerensburg, forging a new legacy of generous neighbors, magical lore and stockings hung by the chimney with care.
Cast: Jason Schwartzman, Rashida Jones, and J.K. Simmons
- Klaus – Best Animated Feature Film
Synopsis: This movie is an Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Noah Baumbach’s incisive and compassionate portrait of a marriage breaking up and a family staying together.
Cast: Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver. Laura Dern, Alan Alda, and Ray Liotta
- Noah Baumbach / Marriage Story – Best Picture
- Scarlett Johansson – Best Actress in a Leading Role
- Adam Driver – Best Actor in a Leading Role
- Laura Dern – Best Actress in a Supporting Role
- Noah Baumbach – Best Writing Original Screenplay
- Randy Newman – Best Original Score
I Lost My Body
Synopsis: In a Parisian laboratory, a severed hand escapes its unhappy fate and sets out to reconnect with its body in this Cannes Critics’ Week selection. During a hair-raising escapade across the city, the extremity fends off pigeons and rats alike to reunite with pizza boy Naoufel. Its memories of Naoufel and his love for librarian Gabrielle may provide answers about what caused the hand’s separation and a poetic backdrop for a possible reunion between the three. Also, directed by Jérémy Clapin.
- I Lost My Body – Animated Feature Film
Synopsis: The acclaimed film takes a deep dive into a post-industrial Ohio, where a Chinese billionaire opens a new factory in the husk of an abandoned General Motors plant and hires two thousand blue-collar Americans. Early days of hope and optimism give way to setbacks as high-tech China clashes with working-class America.
Cast: Junming ‘Jimmy’ Wang, Robert Allen, Sherrod Brown
Directors: Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert
- American Factory – Best Documentary (Feature)
The Edge of Democracy
Synopsis: A cautionary tale for these times of democracy in crisis – the personal and political fuse to explore one of the most dramatic periods in Brazilian history. Combining unprecedented access to leaders past and present, including Presidents Dilma Rousseff and Lula da Silva, with accounts of her own family’s complex political and industrial past. Also, the filmmaker Petra Costa (ELENA) witnesses their rise and fall and the tragically polarized nation that remains.
- Petra Costa, Joanna Natasegara, Shane Boris and Tiago Pavan – Documentary (Feature)
Life Overtakes Me
Synopsis: In the grip of trauma, hundreds of refugee children in Sweden withdraw from life’s uncertainties into a coma-like illness called Resignation Syndrome.
Cast: Henry Ascher, Nadja Hatem, Mikael Billing
- John Haptas, Kristine Samuelson – Short Documentary