Architecture and Morality (2004), Glenn Brown
this is why i don’t watch award show lol, they’re all bs
but think of all the circlejerk you’re missing out on!!!!
lmao ok i think this is probably going to be the only post i make about the oscars and it’s about a category that probably nobody cares about but:
i will 100% admit that i haven’t watched any of the nominees for best documentary, but how the fuck did 20 feet from stardom win over the act of killing? from what i understand, the act of killing opened up dialogue about an intensely painful part of indonesian history, helping an entire country to slowly come to terms with and hold a corrupt government accountable for a genocide—a topic that previously couldn’t be broached. the point of view from which it was told is incredibly novel from a documentary-making perspective and the filmmakers faced a great deal of danger in daring to tell the story. sorry, but 20 feet from stardom sounds like an utterly vanilla and hollywood-masturbatory story that didn’t deserve the win whatsoever. good job, academy.
i missed this post
this is miyazaki rain, which means that every frame was hand-drawn