On Saturday 22 February 2015, the  87th Academy Awards will take place, highlighting a year’s worth of skilled storytelling, breathtaking actors and amazing special effects.  Raindance is not a stranger to Oscar nominees, having shown several films before they received their nominations or their wins! Here is a list of some of the past Oscar contenders and winners that have graced the Raindance screens, organized by the year they were nominated.

2006 – Six Shooter – Short Film (Live Action) – WON

2007 – My Country, My Country – Documentary (Feature) – NOMINATED

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2008 – Once – Falling Slowly – Best Song – WON
Although not technically a win for the movie itself, we would be remiss if we did not mention its best song win.

2009 –  Toyland (Spielzeugland) – Short Film (Live Action) – WON

2010 –  Kavi – Short Film (Live Action) – NOMINATED

2011 –  Restrepo  – Documentary (feature) – NOMINATED

Restrepo

2013 – Asad – Short Film (Live Action) – NOMINATED

         –  Buzkashi Boys  – Short Film (Live Action) – NOMINATED

         – Head over Heels – Short Film (Animated) – NOMINATED

2014 – Karama Has No Walls – Documentary (short subject) – NOMINATED

 

And at the Academy Awards this year, there is Our Curse and Butter Lamp, both nominated in the Documentary (short subject) category.

Our Curse

Submit your film to the Raindance Film Festival 2015!

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