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The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2019: Documentary

The 2019 Oscar nominated documentary shorts are Black Sheep, End Game, Lifeboat, A Night at the Garden, and Period. End of Sentence.

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2019: Documentary» (15)

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Jose

Just finished watching this documentary. This was an excellent film. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to understand what the human rights situation in India is like. I would also recommend this film to anyone who wants to understand the current situation in the United States. It also shows how the media creates an agenda and makes people think that the United States is better or is not as bad as India. The documentary was very informative and the people who made the documentary did a fantastic job. I would recommend this film to anyone.

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Raymond

I wanted to see this film, but I had no idea about its existence until I came across it by chance on the internet. I am a film student, and I am a bit skeptical of these short films, but I can see how they might be interesting, if only for the raw ability of the people involved. As for the main topic of this documentary, I found that it was a rather funny take on the subject, although I still found myself laughing at some points. The filmmakers did a great job of following the topic throughout the film. The script was very well written, and the interviewees were also very interesting. I really enjoyed the final portion of the film, which was the interview with the director, and the topics of life and death, and his philosophy on film. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Anthony

I am a fan of the documentary genre, I don't really like this movie. The problems are simple. First, this movie has a lot of scenes that are too long. They drag the movie out too much. The movie was over 2 hours long. The movie was long, but the problem is that we never really get to know the people in the movie. There are a few things that make us feel sad or angry or just curious about the people in the movie. But the movie is just too long and it makes the audience tired. Second, the documentary is not really about the people. It's more about the people that you don't really get to know very much about. We get to know about the people through their music, but not really enough to get the full story. We don't really get to know the people in the documentary. I think it is a good documentary, but not a great documentary. There are some very good documentaries that are very well made, but this is not one of them.

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Craig

The films in this film collection tell stories that should be told, as they are just a few of the most memorable experiences. It is a small group of independent filmmakers, all friends and all looking to tell their story, and their stories are as varied as they are intriguing. In a way, they are one big family. As a filmmaker, I was extremely impressed with all of the different stories. The first two stories are pretty easy to relate to, as they are about the story of a father and son, but it is the third story, "The Magic of Making" that really struck a chord with me. As I watched the film, I felt as if I was watching the movie of my life. The second story, "The Land of Stories" was also a personal favorite of mine, as it had me in tears at the end. The story of two brothers who have been missing for over 30 years is one of the most emotionally moving films I've seen. The final story, "Geraldine's Journey", is a story that could be told for generations. The film will make you think about things that you have never thought about, and the filmmakers make you believe that they are telling stories about people you have never known. Overall, this collection is an excellent selection for film lovers and those looking to learn more about the indie film community.

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Matthew Allen

This documentary is a rare film for the festival. It is quite a bit different from other short films, as it has a very focused focus on the art of film-making. Not only does it have a very clear narrative, but the film itself is very well made and the voice-over narration is almost as good as the actors themselves. It is a very well made film with very good quality and is definitely recommended to all who love film.

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Mildred Burke

An excellent documentary about the changing face of film and the challenges and challenges of making a movie on the road. The actors and crew are very different in age and experience and yet they all fit in with each other very well. The film is quite informative and should be viewed by anyone interested in film making. I loved the performances and thought the filming was impressive. I thought the music was also quite good.

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Ann B.

We recently saw this movie and really enjoyed it. The film is a collection of short films that have been put together in a way that is pretty unique. It covers a variety of topics including politics, religion, science, and philosophy. These are all handled in a thoughtful and non-intrusive manner. There is also a narrative of the film and the filmmaker, which is a good thing. It makes it easy to follow along and understand the story. We are not talking about documentaries for the sake of documentaries. The films that are included here are all expertly put together and made very clear. We did not find any of the films boring or boring as some of the films we saw were. It is an interesting and interesting way to get the message of the film. The filmmaker did a great job and we look forward to seeing more of her work.

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Emma B.

In a time when documentaries are often praised as the next big thing, 'The Joy of a Thousand Screams' is a film that deserves to be seen. It's a very well made film about the process of making documentaries and the struggles of working with a small budget. It's a very intelligent and well told story of a film making team that struggled with filming a film about the LGBTQ+ community. The film is very well edited and at times I found myself not knowing where to look or how to fit it in. The acting is great, but the real standout is the team that made it. It is a film that really gives a new perspective on the film-making process.

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Frank

I saw this documentary at the Austin Film Festival, and I was floored by what I saw. The filmmakers of this film have done an incredible job of creating a very real look at the lives of people in the gay community. The stories of the artists who were featured in the film were wonderful, the ones I think the filmmakers didn't mention, the ones that don't get as much attention. I would have never known about the Grand Marshall's one-man-show. The stories of people who were fired for being gay, the ones who were fired because of being gay, the stories about the people who were fired for being gay. If you're gay or are part of the gay community, this film is absolutely essential. I really believe that it is one of the most important documentaries about the gay community that I have seen.

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Deborah

I was very impressed with the footage that was shown. I was a little skeptical as to whether it would be a 'big' movie since it was shot in the same timeframe as the Oscar winner and 'La La Land' but I was pleasantly surprised. This film is shot in four different styles: black and white, color, and video. It looks great in all four styles. I was also very impressed by the photography of this film. I really liked the low-light photography. It was a little scary to see how the camera worked in the dark. The camera pans and zooms to the location, giving you a feel of the place. The shots of the location, both wide-angle and close-up, are really well-done. Overall, this film is great. It tells a really good story that is very powerful. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes good storytelling.

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Ryan Ortiz

It's been a year since I saw this short film at the Telluride International Film Festival, and I thought it was very well done. I've never seen a documentary that is so well thought out and well directed, and well executed. I thought it was very well put together. The cast of the film is really good, and it is nice to see actors like Kelly Macdonald, Adriana Barraza, and Patrick Sheppard in this film. The film is also very well put together, and it is very interesting to see the work that goes into making a documentary. The documentary itself was very well put together and I think this is a great movie for people who are interested in documentaries. It's definitely worth a watch.

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Donna

This was an awesome documentary. The filmmakers and the filmmakers of the film went through a lot of trouble to get the material. If you're a fan of the film, it will be worth the money and the time spent to see it. The documentary is great, but the thing that really makes it worth watching is the interviews with the filmmakers and the people who made the documentary. If you've never heard of the documentary, you should definitely check it out. It's really worth your time.

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Mary Fernandez

This film was an excellent documentary. I thought it was an excellent way to start the Oscars. Not only did it give a good insight into the documentary and how it came to be but it also gave a great insight into the filmmaking process. I found it informative and it showed that there are great filmmakers out there that are still learning and that are still looking for inspiration. The film was a good way to start the Oscars and gave a great insight into the world of documentary film. I loved the interviews with the filmmakers and their lives and I loved the documentary itself.

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Stephen S.

This is a must see for any student of art and a great look at how film and the film industry got to where it is today. I was so impressed with how the filmmakers portray the history of film as well as the art of the current generation. As a filmmaker myself, I would say this is a great documentary for anyone who wants to learn more about the industry and its current state of affairs.

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Gloria H.

This film is a must see for everyone who wants to understand the world we live in, to feel connected with people and the environment, and to watch the beauty of nature. It's a real documentary, shot on location, so you don't get bored of watching it, because you know everything. It is so powerful and personal. You will see the world that has been destroyed, the nature that has been changed, and you will see it in a whole new way. It's the only film that can do that. I will never forget it. Watch it now.