Netflix Oscars 2022 Guide: All Details about Oscar Nominees and Winners

At last, the Netflix Oscars event has been launched. It is once again the time for glitz, glamour, and also for film celebration. Now welcome to Netflix Oscars as a guide where we can cover all of Netflix’s 2022 hopefuls, we have come here to update you on how to watch Netflix’s those Oscar Winning movies and also get every Oscar-nominated or the winning film currently streaming on Netflix.

Now we are going to split this article into three-part. At first, we will cover how you can get every Oscar-nominated or winning film on Netflix and then to looks at the number of Oscars  Netflix has conquered in total.

Netflix 2022 Oscar Nominations

The Power of the Dog (2021) - IMDb

10. The Power of the Dog

Number of Nominations: 12

Director: Jane Campion

Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Frances Conroy, Keith Carradine, Thomasin McKenzie, Genevieve Lemon

Details: It mainly depicts the story of a severe, pale-eyed, handsome, Phil Burbank who is seriously beguiling. It has seen that all the fragility, owner, and romance have been trapped in the past and also in the land. In this, he will be castrating with the bull calf having two swift knife slashes as he has swum naked in the river and has smeared his body with mud.

He is just a normal cowboy as raw as hides. In this, we will see Phil is seriously behaving w with very cruelty. This has been revealed their hurt and also rousing with his fellow cowhands to laughter except for his brother George who trying to comfort Roe and approach her for marriage.

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9. Don’t Look Up

Number of Nominations: 4

Director: Adam McKay

Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Timothee Chalamet, Ariana Grande, Scott Mescudi, Michael Chiklis, Melanie Lynskey, Himesh Patel, Tomer Sisley, Paul Guilfoyle, Robert Joy.

Details: It is a comedy film that is based on the ending of the world and also the Earthlings that are not deemed to have cared. It mainly focuses on two of the low-level astrophysicists who have been stumbled within the planet-killing comet that has been raced toward the earth and it also has been embarked on an entire media campaign trying to convince an indifferent and also such disbelieving public to move according to the plan.

In this, the climate change metaphor might not be subtle but it is expected that humanity has to prove a long time ago about the working of subtly. It is confirmed that it will definitely end up by preaching to the converted just like any specific political work in our fragmented art any and every point of view. It really does not matter if this film can be seen by enough Netflix subscribers and it is expected that this film will be good enough for appealing the award season voters.

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8. The Lost Daughter

Number of Nominations: 3

Director: Maggie Gyllenhaal

Cast: Olivia Colman. Jessie Buckley, Dakota Johnson, Ed Harris, Peter Sarsgaard, Paul Mescal, Dagmara Dominczyk, Alba Rohrwaccher, Jack Farthing, Oliver Jackson –Cohen, Panos Koronis.

Details: It is about a woman’s beach vacation taking a dark turn while she starts to confront the troubles of her past.

tick, tick...BOOM! (2021) - IMDb

7. Tick, Tick…BOOM!

Number of Nominations: 2

Director: Lin-Manuel Miranda

Cast: Andrew Garfield, Alexandra Shipp, Vanessa Hudgens, Robin de Jesus, Joshua Henry, Bradley Whitford, Tariq Trotter, Judith Light

Details: The story of the film has been followed by Jon, who is a teen theatre composer who has been waiting at the tables at the New York City diner in 1990, at the time of writing that he has been hoping for the next great American musical.

Before days he has been due for showcasing all his working the make or the break performance, Jon has been felt pressure from everywhere, like from his girlfriend Susan, who has dreamt of leading an artistic life just beyond New York City from the friend Michael, who has been moved from his dream towards the life of the financial security, revolve around the artistic community that has been ravaged by the AIDS epidemic. The clock is ticking, and Jon is at the crosswords and has been faced with the question to everyone must be reckoned with.

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6. The Mitchells vs. The Machines

Number of Nominations: 1

Director: Mike Rianda, Jeff Rowe

Cast: Danny McBride, Abbi Jacobson, Maya Rudolph, Mike Rianda, Eric Andre, Olivia Colman, Fred Armisen, Beck Bennett, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Blake Griffin, Conan O’Brien, Charlyne Yi.

Details: It is about a quirky, dysfunctional family’s road trip that has been upended while they also can find themselves in much of the middle of the robot apocalypse and suddenly become humanity’s unlikeliest last hope.

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5. The Hand of God

Number of Nominations: 1

Director: Paolo Sorrentino

Cast: Dilippo Scotti, Toni Servillo, Teresa Saponangelo, Marlon Joubert, Luisa Ranieri, Tenato Carpentieri, Massimiliano Gallo, Betti Pedfrazzi, Enzo Decaro, Sofya Gershvich, Lino Musella, Biagio Manna.

Details: The story is based on 1980s Naples, young Fabietto pursues his love for football as family tragedy strikes, shaping his uncertain but promising future as a filmmaker.

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4. Robin Robin

Number of Nominations: 1

Director: Dan Ojari, Mikey Please

Cast: Bronte Carmichael, Richard E. Grant, Gillian Anderson, Adeel Akhtar, Amira Macey-Michael, Tom Pegler, Endeavour Clutterbuck, Megan Harris.

Details: It seems that in this stop motion short film a  bird raised by mice starts to question where she belongs and sets off on a  daring journey of self-discovery.

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3. Lead Me Home

Number of Nominations: 1

Director: Pedro Kos, Jon Shenk

This documentary has been made by Jon Shenk and Pedro Kos who have captured such experiences from multiple perspectives.  It is mainly based on the story of 500,000 Americans who experience homelessness every night.

We will say that this immersive cinematic film will personalize such an overwhelming issue by telling the real-life stories of the people who have gone through it as the first step toward the challenging and also the uninformed attitudes and also has been outmoded to the policies and provides the audience such a rare and in-depth look at the scale, scope and diversity of such unsheltered America this day.

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2. Audible

Number of Nominations: 1

Director: Matt Ogens

Details: It is about a football player Amaree McKinstry-Hall and also his Maryland School for the Deaf teammates attempting to defend the winni9ng  streak when coming to terms with such a tragic loss with a close friend.

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1. Three Songs for Benazir

Number of Nominations: 1

Director: Elizabeth Mirzaei, Gulistan Mirzaei.

Details: The story of the film reveals about two Afghan teenagers in a camp for displaced people in Kabul. It starts with such words of an Afghan teen, “ We will either be bombed by the foreigners or killed by the Taliban.” It is the story of Afghan teen Shaista who is a young man who just married Benazir and who has been living in the relocation camp in Kabul, Afghanistan. The love of Shaista for Benazir is palpable. It seems that the choices he has to make for building a life with her have been profound consequences.

It is a tale of contemporary Afghans who live, love and seek space for themselves in the midst of such constant instability. Shaista is struggling to balance his dreams as the first of his tribe to join the Afghan National Army which is against the responsibility of beginning a family. There is also such remarkable access of Gulistan and Elizabeth Mirzaei showering some light on the experience of such contemporary Afghans who are living, living, and also seeking some space to modify their lives in this constant instability condition.

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Netflix category Codes for Oscar-Winning Titles

It seems that we have been covered with times in the past, Netflix also “hidden” category codes along the site to help you delve deeper into the Netflix library.

It seems that some of the 3000+ category codes are for such Oscar-winning film producers either by themselves or titles currently licensing. It is natural that some of these lists are also different depending on where you are living. For instance, Netflix US at the time of publishing has the access to Blade Runner 2049, Silver Linings Playbook and As Good  As It Gets while other regions maybe not.

There is a breakdown of the Oscar category codes of Netflix:

  • Oscar Winners & Nominees- 81396365
  • Oscar Winners and Recent Nominees- 2991699
  • All Oscar Dramas- 51063
  • Oscar-winning Dramas-51236
  • Netflix 2022 Oscar Collection- 81586723
  • Netflix 2021 Oscars Collection- 81435539
  • 2020 Netflix Oscar Nominees- 81240434
  • 2019 Netflix Oscar Nominees- 2693435
  • 2018 Netflix Oscar Nominees- 81254137
  • 2017 Netflix Oscar Nominees- 81254230
  • And The Oscar Goes To…-80018734

Here is the list of Each Netflix Original Oscar-Winning Movie and Documentary

Netflix also has fort awards for 11 of its Original titles in the past.

2021 Netflix Oscar Wins

  • If Anything  Happens I Love You- Best Animated Short Film
  • Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom- Best Achievement in  Makeup and  Hairstyling and Best Achievement in Costume Design.
  • Mank- The best achievement in Production Design and Best Achievement in Cinematography.\My Octopus Teacher- Best Document5ary Feature
  • Two Distant Strangers- Best Live Action Short Film.

2020 Netflix Oscar Wins

  • American Factory- Asa  best documentary Feature
  • Marriage Story-  Best performance by an Actress in Supporting Role- Laura Dern

2019 Netflix Oscar Wins

               1. Best Foreign Language Film of the Year

               2. Best Achievement in Directing-Alfonso Cuaron

               3. Best Achievement in Cinematography-Alfonso Cuaron

  • Period. End of Sentence- As Best Documentary Short Subject

2018 Netflix Oscar Wins

  • Icarus- Best documentary feature

2017 Netflix Oscar Wins

  • The White Helmets- Best Documentary Short Subject.

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