The 2021 Oscars with rule changes

The 2021 Academy Awards (Oscars) will next year change its rules over the nominations regarding films of any category. To qualify till now, a film had to be shown for at least seven consecutive days at a commercial cinema in Los Angeles. With the COVID-19 pandemic shutting the cinemas around the United States of recent times. That means a film on a streaming service like Netflix that has no release in any cinema prior can be nominated in any category of the 2021 Oscars. For the 2022 Oscars, the rule is expected to change back for a film to be shown for at least seven consecutive days at a commercial cinema in Los Angeles.

The venue for the 2021 Oscars will be held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles as the 2020 Oscars.

The date of the 2021 Oscars will be February 28 next year despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

(Note: Thanks nine.com.au for the research of this article.)

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2 thoughts on “The 2021 Oscars with rule changes

  1. Hey really hoping for things getting normal as fast as possible. But yeah thanks to Netflix for it’s ultimate entertainment.

    Best wishes from The Strong Traveller and have a great day 🙂

    Do check out my blog. There is some travel and lifestyle content which you may find interesting. We try to come up with new and interesting things every day. Do follow if you like it 🙂

    • It would be great too to see getting back sooner than later. Do miss the experience at the cinemas. There a lot of good films on in Netflix for the time being.
      I am interested in checking out your blog. I am interested in reading articles related travel & lifestyle. I will follow your blog. Good to hear from you. All the very best.

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