Edge On The Clock: Oscars To Allow Films First Available On Streaming Platforms Eligible For Best Pic
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – For the first time ever, and for this one time only, the Oscars will allow films that were initially made available through streaming platforms, eligible to compete for Best Picture. But only the films with a previously planned theatrical release date are eligible. Usually movies have to run in theaters for at least one week to be considered, that couldn’t happen this year because COVID-19 forced theaters to close.
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