Every year, Netflix seems to get closer to the Oscars’ top prize. In the 2019 it is with Alfonso Cuarón’s black and white heavyweight Roma; In 2021, Martin Scorsese’s Elegy The Irishman and Noah Baumbach’s Heartbreaking Marriage Story ; at 2020 with David Fincher’s vital favorite Mank and Aaron Sorkin’s snappy courtroom drama ) The Trial of the Chicago Seven ; In 2021, Jane Campion’s fascinating Dog Power . This time around, the streaming giant has another ace up its sleeve: the latest seven-time BAFTA Award winner
All Quiet on the Western Front , currently in the Best Picture race.
So, how many statuettes will the company get on Oscar night? Will it finally take home the award it has failed to win so far? Ahead of the awards ceremony, we look back at the incredible Netflix movies that have taken the industry by storm in previous years attention, was duly rewarded, and paved the way for this new contender. )