Oscar-winning Hollywood best director Steven Spielberg recently has made shock all by giving a statement that Netflix films are TV movies not anymore, hence it just deserve to receive nominations for an Emmy.
Spielberg is one of the best filmmakers in the world considers Netflix films are television movies, hasn’t right to be nominated for Oscar it’s only for big movies.
Since the Scotts Valley, California, United States based an American entertainment company started dealing out films, the industry has been widespread with dispute regarding.
Whether Netflix movies be worthy of the similar credit as traditional, theatrically released films, predominantly when the Academy Awards nominations are to be considered.
Spielberg is on way to start filming of his next biggest project, upcoming version of Indian Jones’ series, quoted by talking in an interview with ITV News.
He said in talks with media that when you commit to a television format, so it becomes a television movie, added saying, so it does good job so can be nominated for an Emmy but don’t deserve an Oscar.
The Netflix films just began receiving awards credit such as Ava DuVernay’s 13th, didn’t hit theaters even though received nomination for Best Documentary Feature at the 2016 Academy Awards and Dee Rees’ directorial Mudbound that attained a one-week theatrical release here and New York and also get nomination.
Christopher Nolan, the filmmaker of Dunkirk, also rained over Netflix films saying the streaming giant’s release plans mindless and bizarre; however, he afterward apologized to Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos over calling his words undiplomatic.
However, a dispute has also raised same question why Netflix films are attaining nominations at huge awards, even they are becoming parts of number of festivals like the premiere of Netflix’s Okja at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, even logo of the company was tagged on screen.