Actually for any film to be nominated for major awards like the Academy Awards or the Golden Globes, they need to have at least a limited release in theatres.
In 2017, Netflix released Okja and Meyerowitz Stories: New and Selected, in limited release in theatres. The criteria is according to the awards.
As mentioned in the AMPAS rule book :
for a ...
Nominated : The actor has not yet received the award, but will receive it.
No, it means the actor is one of several who is being considered for the single award.
4-8 may be nominated, but only one wins it.
The Martian was classified as a Comedy by HFPA because the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s eligibility committee voted to make it so. According to the LA Times the HFPA vote was very close as The Martian ended up classified as a comedy by just one vote.
Without specific comments from those who voted it would be nothing more than speculation to ...
The nominees and winners are both chosen exclusively by members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (AMPAS or “The Academy” for short).
Production and distribution companies send free copies of movies that they think might win Oscars to members of the Academy in the hopes that they will watch the movies and vote for them. In reality, there ...
Actually, the very first "Best Actor" Oscar ever awarded, which was for the years 1927/28 went to Emil Jannings for his performance in two films, one of which was The Last Command, arguably a "war film" as it centers on a man who was a former Imperial Russian General.
The Last Command is a 1928 silent film directed by Josef von Sternberg, and written by ...
Nominated means he is nominated for award but for the same category multiple people get selected but only one can win it.
For example Assume for best actor in Oscar 2015, 5 actor have been nominated but only one of them can win it, so the rest 4 will always be mentioned as nominee only.
People who were denied an Oscar because they were blacklisted.
Carl Foreman and Michael Wilson
These screenwriters did not receive an Oscar for The Bridge on the River Kwai. Pierre Boulle won the Oscar instead. On December 11, 1984, the Board of Governors voted posthumous Oscars to the duo.
Nedrick Young and Harold Jacob Smith
Nedrick Young and Harold ...
Standard A - 0/3 - FAIL
A1 - Lead or significant supporting actors are all white - FAIL
General ensebmle cast still mostly white males - FAIL
A3 - Main
storyline/subject matter (I think hobbits don't count as a racial
group) - FAIL
Standard B - 2/3 - PASS
B1 - at least two Creative leadership and department heads - Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens are ...
The studio or publicist chooses which category to submit their show, which, although it can be overridden by the HPFA membership (by 2/3 vote), usually stands. So it's basically up to them.
There is actually nothing in the official rules saying that a series has to be multi-year, whereas the limited series rules explicitly say "Must tell a complete, non-...