The Oscars will be the most unique event in its 93-year history, organizers said
The organizers of the Oscars have said that for the first time in the 93-year history, this year’s event will be held in a unique way.
According to Reuters, this time the organizers had to think of new ways to hold the event instead of the usual one due to the global epidemic.
Experts say that this time around, all eyes will not be on who will win the most important award at the biggest awards ceremony in Hollywood or whether Netflix will spread the word this time as well. It will be a matter of how to maintain the quality of the Oscar ceremony during the epidemic.
This time the awards ceremony is being held at a train station in Los Angeles. Oscar organizers have so far been unable to give full details of the event to the media. But attendance at the event is limited and will be broadcast by ABC Television, an American broadcaster.
Stacey Shearer, one of the producers of the Oscars, said, “This time we will present our case as to why cinema is necessary.”
This time, Netflix’s 1930s movie ‘Manik’ is at the forefront with ten nominations. The Chicago 7, based on the events of the 1960s, is also in the running for Best Picture. Also nominated are “Nomad Land”, “Promising Young Woman”, “Minaret”, “Judas and the Black Messiah”. Includes “The Father” and “Sound of Metal”.