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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.

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Grace Watson

I watched this film on a plane and it was the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. I am not an Oscar fan and don't really like documentaries. However, this one was so incredibly good I wanted to see it again. I was very impressed by the fact that this film was shot in a different city from the one that was used for the Oscar Nominated short film. The people who made this film have been so thoughtful about it and I am so glad they made it available to everyone. It was such a good story and I am so happy that I watched it and can't wait to see it again.

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I am a big fan of Nick Riganas' films and am very excited to see this documentary. I thoroughly enjoyed the title, the film itself is a success and I think that it is going to be a great success as well. I am not going to lie, I am very happy that I saw this documentary. The first time I saw it, I didn't like it very much. I thought it was very boring, and boring. I then saw it again on the big screen and that's when I got very interested. I love Nick Riganas and I love his films and I have no problems with his films. I really like the fact that he has created some very great films. This film is a great example of that. It has a lot of great scenes, but that is not the main thing. The main thing I liked about this documentary is that it was extremely informative and was very funny. I was very surprised and very impressed by this documentary. It is a great documentary and I really hope that it will be a success and that it will be nominated for an Oscar. It is definitely going to be a great success.

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Jordan Chapman

This is a very nice documentary. It is very touching and informative. It does not make you feel like you have to take drugs to feel happy. The documentary shows how it is to be a poor child and how the people around you can change your life. It also shows how the world works and how it is changing. It is a must see for people who want to know more about life.

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I had heard about this documentary for a while but never had the chance to watch it until now. I have been following the work of the Danish filmmaker Lars Von Trier for quite a while and I am a huge fan of his work. This film is a very personal and personal story of a man's struggle to find a way to control his life. It is a journey into the mind of a man who was born with a 'madness' and a life full of crime. It is a film about how one man's life can be changed by a single act of kindness. The film is a must see for all film lovers and the story is extremely inspiring. It is a film that is so powerful and you will be touched by it. I highly recommend this film to everyone. I rate this film a 10/10.

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I didn't know what to expect when I saw the short films section on the 2017 Best Picture list. I was hoping for something funny and wacky. But I was pleasantly surprised to see that the shorts section was filled with intelligent, thought-provoking and downright bizarre films that dealt with life, death, sexuality, faith and so many other subjects. This year's short films are by and large extremely creative and well-made. This is a great addition to the Best Documentary section. This film shows the life of a man who is in a wheelchair and suffering from ALS. As a result, he can no longer walk and suffers from constant pain. He has a hard time communicating and has difficulty reading and writing. The film shows his life in a way that is incredibly sad and poignant. This is a very personal and personal film. It is extremely well-made and written. There is a very strong sense of humanity and compassion throughout the film. It is an extremely thoughtful, powerful and poignant film. The ending of the film is very powerful. It is very interesting to see the man's life from the perspective of a man with ALS. He has a strong will to live and his struggle is very well-told. The film is very powerful and emotional and is a powerful testament to the man's struggle and the struggles of people with disabilities. It is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time and is a must-see.

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The documentary 'Inside the Red Room' is a fascinating and insightful look at the behind-the-scenes documentary world of film festivals. The film follows the work of three individuals as they work to produce a documentary for the Red Room festival in Austin, Texas. The story is told through interviews with the filmmakers, the festival's director, the festival director's assistant, and the festival organizers. The documentary gives an insight into the world of film festivals and the amazing world of film editing, and it also tells the stories of people who are behind the scenes of making the films they are working on. It was definitely an interesting documentary to watch. The people interviewed in this documentary did a fantastic job at telling their stories and giving their thoughts on the film. The only thing I would have changed about this documentary is that I would have liked more information about the film's budget, because I think that this is one of the things that makes or breaks a documentary. It's hard to tell a good story with a lot of money, and this documentary does a great job at explaining the cost of making the film.

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Evelyn C.

A great introduction to Short Film at its best. With great interviews with a few of the most recognized short film makers of the last few years. Not only have I seen Short Film but I have seen a lot of them and this is a great place to start. If you are a fan of Short Film then this is a great place to start. The film was edited very well and the interviews were all great. The most exciting part of the film is watching Short Film makers speak about their work and their process. It's really informative and it's not just about the film but about how the film is made. Great information and it's really cool to see that there are people who are truly passionate about the craft of Short Film.

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Shirley Little

This is a must see for anyone who loves documentaries, and for anyone who is interested in the subject of the Vietnam War. I was amazed at how much I learned from this film, and I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of it. It was truly educational and entertaining. This is a film that you should see.

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The short films that won awards in this year's Sundance film festival are a treasure trove of new short films, and the films are both original and entertaining. This year, we have many short films that are not only beautiful, but also teach a lesson about acceptance, acceptance, acceptance. This year's short films are: (these are in no particular order) "My Sister's House", "I'm Not Just a Person", "The Adventures of David and Goliath", "I Don't Know What I Am" and "Mom's House". I was very pleased to see that the best short film of the year (I have to say that I'm a fan of "My Sister's House") is a surprise winner of the Sundance prize for Best Short Film. "My Sister's House" is a very heartwarming and moving film that is about a young girl named Allison, who is suffering from mental illness, but her mother refuses to see her and only cares about her financial situation. The film opens with Allison getting home from school and seeing a homeless man on the street, but she doesn't think much of him and decides to leave. While walking through the snow, Allison is approached by a group of people who offer her food and shelter, but she refuses. As she walks home, the man gives her a box of food and tells her she has to give him $100. As she passes the group, she receives an envelope with $100 in it, but she refuses to give it to the man, who later gives her the money back. She then sees her mother looking at her with concern, but she refuses to give her the money back. As she continues walking, she meets a young man named Dan and asks him for money. He tells her he will give her $100, but she declines and walks on. At this point, Dan asks her to meet him in a park. When she arrives, she sees him holding the money and tells him she has to give him the money back, but she refuses. They continue walking and he tells her he has a car. She gives him the money back and he gives her the money back. They continue walking and he tells her he has a friend who lives in a bus station that is near the bus station where he lives. She decides to meet him there and they meet in the bus station and he tells her that he is going to drive her to the bus station. As they drive, she sees the bus stop and she is afraid that the man is going to catch her. He leaves the bus stop and she continues on. She sees a homeless man looking out the window and he tells her that he has to

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Gregory O.

The Documentary Short Films (DHS) are often short and to the point, often for a few minutes. Sometimes they include a documentary-style narration. This one is just a few minutes. It's a good film to be watching at a time when you feel you don't have time to really think too much. You just want to watch a short film to pass the time. This film is excellent. It is an excellent example of the kind of filmmaking that really makes people want to see more of it. The film is set in New Orleans. It was shot in New Orleans. It has a great cast. This is a very good film.

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Bryan Keller

The Oscars will never give awards to this film. It is the best film I have seen this year. The story of a young man's journey to find his identity. The film is an amazing story about the human spirit. The film is beautiful and inspiring. The film is a must see. I can not wait for the release of the next film.

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Filmmaker Pankaj Tripathi shows the life of his mother, mother in law and a number of others and it's a beautiful documentary. Pankaj Tripathi has done a good job in this film. He is a talented filmmaker, with some great projects in his hands. He also is a good story teller and he has a very good eye for composition. The filmmaker shows the life of the elderly, his mother in law, his mother in law's daughter and his mother in law. There are a number of people who are very well known and have worked with him before. The documentary shows the life of the elderly, their work, their struggle, their pain, their love. There are some documentaries that tell the same story, but this is different. The film has a great pace and is a good way to capture the elderly's pain, their lives and their life. The documentary is also interesting for the viewers, because there are several interviews. Pankaj is a very good story teller. The documentary shows a few important moments of the elderly and it is a good way to share their lives. I give it 8 out of 10.

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When the Academy Award voters go for the next Best Picture and Best Director, they're going to be looking for films that can tell the story of the last twenty years, or at least the last ten years. The problem is that we already have enough films to go around, and so the filmmakers have to be smart about what they're doing. They have to be both well-informed and thoughtful. This short film by directors/producers Laurie Lawrence and Jesse Kanan gives us a snapshot of the last ten years, and how it has changed the world of advertising. It's a great, funny, insightful, and beautiful film. If you're a filmmaker, you should definitely check it out. It's a good reminder that the art of filmmaking is not to be judged solely by the amount of money it makes. It's about how you can tell a good story and make it seem like a good story.

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Harold Oliver

A quick review. This film is about a couple of hours of a guy watching one of his favorite movies and the reactions and ideas he comes up with while doing so. The story is told in a simple manner, and the documentary style helps us understand the movie and its subject matter. The film is not long, but the acting is just as important as the story. Each character is given a short description and is given a short history of his life. He even brings in two other people from the story to help us understand who these people are. The story is told in a very realistic and humorous way. The actors are able to give some of the most honest and hilarious performances in this documentary. The films very emotional and really shows the themes and ideas the movie is about. It is a must see for anyone who loves movies, or even just wants to understand the medium. Highly recommended.

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Jeffrey Alvarez

This is a very moving and insightful documentary, that does not skimp on the details and highlights the wonderful work that many young filmmakers are doing in the form of projects that are actually worthy of the Oscars. This includes an incredible documentary about the efforts of a young woman to create a documentary about her life. As it has been mentioned in other reviews, it's an amazing story about a young woman whose life was affected by the state of her hometown. The story is about how the film maker helped her come to terms with the real life events that shaped her, and how she now uses the film maker as a resource to help others to come to terms with their own tragedies. I was shocked at how good it was, and was very impressed by the outstanding quality of the film. It's a must see for all film lovers, and especially for those who appreciate the film industry, or the lives of the young filmmakers that make it possible. This film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, and is definitely a must see.

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I attended the awards show, and the awards were just starting, and I was quite shocked to see that there were only 7 films up for Best Documentary, including this one. I went to the awards show with an open mind and with no expectation to see any awards. The only film I knew about was "The Life of David Gale", so I wasn't that excited about this one. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. The film had a lot of interesting points and I thought the filmmaking was very well done. I was very impressed with the film and I recommend it highly. The only complaint I had about the film was the editing, and the editing was definitely a huge flaw for me. I think the editing was a little too long, and the ending was just way too abrupt. I think this would have been a perfect film for a 10 minute short, but they just couldn't fit it into a 30 minute film. I definitely would see this film again, and I would definitely see it in the future.

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Dylan Estrada

This documentary shows how long-term unemployment affects the health of individuals and how they are able to overcome their difficulties. The documentary also shows how much more important it is to have a job than to be able to pay your bills. This documentary is very interesting and well done.

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Taken from an interview with acclaimed documentary filmmaker Adam Curtis, the short films nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards for 2019 have been nominated for many Academy Awards including Best Documentary Feature, Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Editing. The documentary features interviews with Academy Award Nominees like Amy Adams, Tilda Swinton, Peter Berg, and Oliver Stone. Curtis also discusses the award nominations and how the film makers came up with their ideas. With so many Oscar Nominated films being nominated in 2017, it's easy to forget that short films are not eligible for the Oscar, especially in the category of Documentary. It's also easy to forget that short films can be extremely successful, and some of the best movies of the year, such as "Hacksaw Ridge," "Life of Pi," "The Lobster," "The Disaster Artist," "The Lobster 2," "The Lobster 3," and "The Lobster 4" are all short films. Curtis also discusses the issues of discrimination that many short films face and the fact that some short films are made by people who aren't able to make a full length feature film. Curtis also talks about the problem of making a short film and the difficulty of finding the right director. The short films nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the Oscars for 2019 are: "The Lobster," "The Lobster 2," "The Lobster 3," and "The Lobster 4."

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Grace H.

In an effort to show how a single idea can have a great impact on a country, the film makers choose a single day in 1968 and followed that day through to the end of the year. They filmed around 6 different countries and it's impossible to tell which countries the film was filmed in. The Director and Producer behind the film are very knowledgeable and take on the challenge of getting the story from start to finish. They cover a wide range of topics such as the Vietnamese War, the civil rights movement and the Vietnam War. The film is well made and is worth watching. I would say the film is a must watch for anyone that is interested in the Vietnam War. If you are looking for a different type of documentary, this is not for you.

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Marie M.

I'd heard about this for years but it never really got any traction, until it was released on Netflix. I found it very interesting, and very well made. The documentary follows a year-long project that combines photography, video, and writing to make a film about homeless people. It's a small team of people that all have something in common: they have no real way to get by. The documentary focuses on a group of people that are homeless, living in a homeless shelter, and living in a tent. This is the story of a person that lived in a tent for a year and his story. He was given a job, but he found himself living on the streets. After he got his job, he felt he was giving away his money. He decided to move in with his family in Chicago, but he found that his family wasn't really supportive. This is the story of a family that is struggling to make ends meet. He's just another homeless person in the city, and he's struggling with his family and himself. He's trying to find his identity and his purpose in life, and he's trying to make a name for himself and his family. All of these stories are told through the lens of the camera. They are filmed in different ways, sometimes they are in the background, sometimes they are in the foreground. The stories are told through video, and the video is shot by the people themselves. This is a very different approach to tell the story. It's really interesting, and you really get a feeling of what it's like to be homeless, and how it feels to be homeless. You get a feeling of the hardships that people are going through, and you feel how it affects their lives. This documentary was very well done. I highly recommend it.

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Hannah Simpson

This is a must see documentary about the films being made. Its a film like a short film, but you won't get the full experience of a film from this documentary. I do recommend this film to anyone who wants to know what's being made in the Sundance scene. A lot of films were really good, but the ones that I really liked were the ones where you get to see the whole thing. I'm not saying Sundance is perfect, but there were a few really great films and I'm glad Sundance has been doing this for a while now. I think Sundance is a great organization for getting films into the theaters. The film will definitely have some backlash, but it's not going to be the end of the world. It's just a matter of time before Sundance gets it right.

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I love this film! This film is about a father who is dealing with the loss of his son. He is trying to make sense of the tragedy and the sadness that he feels for his son. This film shows a lot of emotion. This film is a must see. My husband and I watched this film together and we both cried throughout the entire film. I highly recommend this film.

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Ralph Romero

This is a great movie, I think it is a must see! The film is based on a documentary film about four music students who performed in Berlin in 1996. The film is filled with amazing music clips and fantastic music from the original score. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes music and wants to learn more about it. The film is very informative and entertaining. It is a great way to learn more about music.

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Diane Bradley

This documentary was very well put together and the film makers, Dr. James Toback and Professor Alan Fiske, did an excellent job in explaining the history of the use of psychedelics in the treatment of mental illness. They also talked about the current state of the art of research in this field and how psychedelic therapy is used in these conditions. I enjoyed this film very much and will recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Marilyn Thomas

The Oscar nominations are out and this is definitely a big surprise. I have been waiting for this movie for many years now. I had a really hard time deciding what to watch next. I finally decided to watch it after seeing the nominations. The best films this year were films I had never heard of. I am a big fan of many different films and this was definitely the best film of the year. It was a very touching and funny documentary about the art and craft of film. It had a lot of new and interesting information about the craft of film making. I think this is the best film of the year and I think it will go on to win the Oscar for Best Documentary.

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Judy Harrison

This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It was so interesting and I would recommend it to anyone. The only thing I didn't like was the language barrier. I don't understand what the people in the film were saying. I was hoping that there would be a lot more subtitles to help me understand what they were saying. I would recommend this documentary to anyone.

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This is the best documentary I have ever seen. It is the story of the way the money for this film was raised, and the many ways the film was made. I had never heard of the film before, but I'm glad I saw it. It was really amazing. I would recommend this documentary to anyone. The film is great, and you will want to see it again.

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I saw this film at the Los Angeles International Film Festival and was blown away by how well it was put together. The story is so powerful and real that it really grabbed me and never let go. The editing was so smooth and it just flowed well. I was also impressed with the production and the quality of the film. The director was able to show the true story of the real events and make it as authentic as possible. The director is really going to be a force in the industry because he has such a powerful story to tell. The film was very informative and very powerful. The only negative thing I can say about the film is that the editing could have been a little better. It was a little choppy at times and there were a few parts that seemed a little rushed. But overall, this is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. It's a must-see for everyone.

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The Oscar Nominated Short Films are an award for the best short film. This one is a wonderful and thoughtful look at the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS. It is a very engaging and well-made film. It is beautifully shot, and the music is very well-suited to the film. It is an award-worthy film. The performances are all very good. The stories are all very touching. I especially liked the one where a man and his son learn that their mother is living with HIV/AIDS. The boy is very caring and sensitive. The mother is very understanding and supportive. The man is very passionate about his work and his research. He is very creative and shows an amazing gift of his imagination. The woman is very caring and supportive. This film is very well-made, and I highly recommend it.