Elvis and Tár Shut Out at 2023 Oscars

Deposit and Elvis both were completely shut out at the 2023 Oscars. Both films, two very different films about music, were nominated for Best Picture, which was won by Everything everywhere at once. Austin Butler lost for best actor to The whaleby Brendan Fraser, while Cate Blanchett lost for Best Actress to Michelle Yeoh. DepositTodd Field lost Best Director and Best Original Screenplay to Everything everywhere at once writers and directors the Daniels.

Both films were nominated for Best Cinematography (won by All calm on the west front) and Best Editing (won by Everything everywhere at once). Elvis also came up short for Best Sound (won by Top Gun: Maverick), Best Production Design (All calm on the west front), Best Makeup and Hairstyling (The whale), and Best Costume Design (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever).

In January, Butler and Blanchett won the Golden Globes for Best Actor and Best Actress, respectively. Both Butler and Blanchett won BAFTAs this year. by Todd Field Deposit is the story of fictional EGOT-winning composer Lydia Tár (Blanchett), who finds herself embroiled in a scandal. Elvis is Baz Luhrmann’s arresting Elvis Presley biopic told from the perspective of Colonel Tom Parker (played by Tom Hanks).

Follow all of Pitchfork’s coverage of the Oscars 2023. Read “What this year’s Oscar showdown between Deposit and Elvis talks to us about the state of movie musicals.”

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