Streaming platform Netfix swept through this year’s Oscars, winning an impressive seven awards, with Pinocchio and All Quiet on the Western Front triumphing.
Winning jackpot to Oscar 2023 per Netflix which she took home well six prizesincluding Best Animated Feature for Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro and Best Foreign Film for Nothing new on the western frontan acclaimed German film that tells the story of a 17-year-old soldier facing the grim reality of the First World War in the trenches.
Thanks to the film directed by Edward Berger, Netflix also won the awards for Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction and Best Original Score. The sixth Oscar came for Best Documentary Short with Raghu, the little elephantthe story of a couple caring for an orphaned baby elephant in South India.
In the past years Netflix had won 16 Oscars compared to 116 nominations. In 2022 he won only one statuette, that of Best director went to Jane Campion for The power of the dog, while in 2021 there were seven Oscars taken home.
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The 95th Academy Awards took place last night live from the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. There were no physical clashes such as Will Smith’s slap against Chris Rock, but there was no lack of controversial moments such as Angela Bassett’s impassive reaction to Jamie Lee Curtis’ victory and an angry Hugh Grant in answering an interview with a journalist.
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