Theatrical Viewing Adds Tangible Benefits to Awards Hopefuls

Theatrical Viewing Adds Tangible Benefits to Awards Hopefuls
Hollywood has always adapted to world changes, and Oscar campaigning this year has effectively adjusted to Covid. But one part of the awards season is missed more than the others: seeing a contender on the big screen.

Studios have delayed several big-scale films, including “Dune” and “West Side Story,” until later in 2021. So “small” movies are dominating the season, but even they are feeling the effects.

The sound design of “Minari” and “Sound of Metal,” the cinematography of “Nomadland” and “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” the production design of “One Night in Miami” and “The Father,” to name just a few, are admirable on the small-screen, but the nuances would be even more effective in a theater.

Academy members with younger children may have watched “Soul” or “Wolfwalkers” or “Onward” already many, many times on Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus. “Judas and the Black Messiah” can be streamed on HBO Max,
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