The Oscar are already here, the awards, considered the highest honor that a filmmaker can get, being the so-called prize of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, are about to be held this year, as they take place this Sunday, February 9 at 02: 00 CET in Los Angeles. In the field of animation, the 92nd edition of the Oscars have been nominated as Best Animated Film How to train your dragon 3 from Dreamworks, the French I lost my body (J’ai perdu mon corps)
In this way, there are no Oscar nominated anime films this year. In fact, great hits like Your name, original of 2017 and become the highest grossing anime movie in history, have never been nominated for the well-known awards. Based on your nominee history, there are only four tapes that were about to be winners of the distinctive award.
Oscar-nominated Japanese anime films (not winners)
- Marnie's Memory (2016): Produced by Studio Ghibli and based on the novel When Marnie was there, she tells the story of a lonely girl who meets Marnie, a mysterious girl. The Oscar winner of this edition was Upside Down (Inside Out)
- The story of Princess Kaguya (2015): Also from Studio Ghibli, her story begins when a couple of elderly peasants find a tiny girl inside a bamboo plant and decide to adopt her as their daughter. The winner of this edition was Big hero 6.
- The wind rises (2014): Also known as Kaze Tachinu, the tape tells how Jirō Horikoshi designed the Zero fighter plane, which was used in the attack on Pearl Harbor during the World War II Pacific War. The winner of this edition was Frozen
- The Ambulant Castle (2005): Based on the fantastic novel by British author Diana Wynne Jones, the film tells how a hat maker transformed into an old woman seeks refuge in the home of a unique wizard. The winner of this edition was Wallace and Gromit: The curse of vegetables.