We’re just days away from the 92nd Academy Awards where Oscar statues will be handed out for Best Picture, Best Actor and Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Editing, and so much more. There will be a lot of love to give on Sunday, February 9th, but even with 25 categories in play, it still doesn’t feel like we’re honoring enough of the industry. If you sit through the credits at the end of a screening, you know that hundreds, if not thousands of people contribute to making one feature film happen and there are a few departments that feel like no-brainers for Academy Awards, but alas, there is no category for them.
While in Park City for the Sundance Film Festival, we opted to ask all of the talent visiting the Collider Studio at the Kia Supper Suite to weigh in on the categories they think should be added to the Academy Awards line-up. Check out what Andy Samberg, Toni Collette, Will Ferrell, Carey Mulligan, Cristin Milioti, Rebecca Hall, Nicolas Braun, Jim Gaffigan, and so many more had to say in the Sundance supercut video at the top of this article.
And if you’re looking for more Sundance 2020 Content, we’ve got you covered! There’s a handy list of all the reviews posted during the festival right here which includes Matt Goldberg’s Zola review, Adam Chitwood’s thoughts on Palm Springs, and so much more. We’ve also got dozens of interviews up and running, too. Click here to catch yours truly talking to the cast of Zola. There’s also this conversation between Steve Weintraub and the Uncle Frank team and this interview that Jeff Sneider conducted with the folks behind The Climb.
Finally, I’d like to give special thanks to our Collider Studio Presenting Partner, the Kia Telluride SUV, the 2020 North American Utility Vehicle of the Year. Additional thanks to support sponsors Glenfiddich Scotch, Peroni Beer, Marbl Toronto, mou footwear, ic! berlin sunglasses and clothing lines, Laundry by Sheli Segal and Orginal Penguin.