Oscars 2020: Reviews of Live-action short films

I’ve had the chance to review all the 5 short films nominated under the live-action category. The reviews have been published in Cinema Sentries, which if you’ve noticed, is an American website I’m actively contributing to, since they give me access to films from all over the globe, which would otherwise never come under my radar. I strongly recommend you to follow their content.

So, to save you the time and effort, parallelly flaunting my work, here I collect those five pieces and present to you. And recently, the blog touched 50k hits. So, consider this a little return gift! T

You, once again! Here we go!

Nefta Football Club: Review

Saria: Review

The Neighbor’s Window: Review

A Sister: Review

Brotherhood: Review

Have embedded shorts which are available for viewing online. Make sure you check them out.

Nefta Football Club by Yves Piat

Brotherhood by Meryam Joobeur

The Neighbor’s Window by Marshall Curry

A Sister and Saria are not available online, but enjoy the trailers.

Saria by Bryan Buckley – Trailer

A Sister by Delphine Girard – Trailer

All the films are brillian with their own personality. Irrespective of whcih one bags the trophy. All of them are important stories that need to be heard. For me, all of them are winners. And together, Cinema wins!

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