Indian territorial movies Court, Jalam, RangiTaranga and Nachom-ia Kumpasar, which were competing for a spot in various categories of the up coming 88th Academy Awards, couldn’t make it to the nominations list of the current year’s Oscars.
The chosen people for the 88th Academy Awards were reported here on Thursday by Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs, Actor John Krasinski and movie producers Guillermo del Toro and Ang Lee.
While movie producer Chaitanya Tamhane’s introduction Marathi film Court was before out of the Best Foreign Language Film class of the prestigious honors celebration losing its fight against movies such as Embrace of the Serpent (Colombia), A War (Denmark), Mustang (France), Son of Saul (Hungary), and Theeb (Jordan), hopes were high from Jalam, RangiTaranga and Nachom-ia Kumpasar, which were competing in categories including Best Original Song and Best Original Score. However, none of them were able to make it to the Oscar nominations.
Indian films fail to reach the final stage of Oscars
India has never won an Oscar, despite the fact that Mother India, Salaam Bombay and Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India were nominated in the Best Foreign Language Film classification in various years.
Despite the fact that none of the Indian movies could make it to the selections rundown of the prestigious awards, Indian-American Pixar artist and Director Sanjay Patel’s energized short film Sanjay’s Super Team figured out how to get assigned in the Best Animated Short Film class.
It is up against Bear Story, Directed by Gabriel Osorio, World of Tomorrow, helmed by Don Hertzfeldt, Richard Williams’ Prologue and We Can’t Live Without Cosmos, Directed by Konstantin Bronzit. The 88th Oscars will be hung on February 28 at the Dolby Theater here.