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Oscars 2011 Breakdown: Best Documentary Feature, Best Documentary (Short Subject), Best Live-Action Short & Best Animated Short

And, the categories absolutely nobody cares about (and Best Documentary. Which only some people care about).

These are the categories that, every year, nobody knows how to pick, and everyone expects to get wrong. It is impossible to guess which shorts are going to win. So we basically just pick randomly and hope we get it right.

Also, for these categories (at least, everything but Best Animated Short), I only typed out the winners. No one really cares enough about these to go through all of them (and I don’t care about documentaries, so that’s why I didn’t type out that one).

Anyway, let’s just finish up these categories. Because this article will be so shorts (I’m hilarious), I’m going to post a bonus article in a bit. Mostly because I had it written and ran out of days. But the fact that nobody cares about these categories is also a good reason for me to get it up today.

We’ll start with Best Documentary. Let’s just get this over with.

Year

Best Documentary Winners

1942

The Battle of Midway

Kokoda Front Line!

Moscow Strikes Back

Prelude to War

1943

Desert Victory

1944

The Fighting Lady

1945

The True Glory

1946

No Award Given.

1947

Design for Death

1948

The Secret Land

1949

Daybreak in Udi

1950

The Titan: Story of Michelangelo

1951

Kon-Tiki

1952

The Sea Around Us

1953

The Living Desert

1954

The Vanishing Prairie

1955

Helen Keller in Her Story (aka The Unconquered)

1956

The Silent World

1957

Albert Schweitzer

1958

White Wilderness

1959

Serengeti Shall Not Die

1960

The Horse with the Flying Tail

1961

Sky Above and Mud Beneath

1962

Black Fox: The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler

1963

Robert Frost: A Lover’s Quarrel with the World

1964

World Without Sun

1965

The Eleanor Roosevelt Story

1966

The War Game

1967

The Anderson Platoon

1968

Journey Into Self

1969

Arthur Rubinstein – The Love of Life

1970

Woodstock

1971

The Hellstorm Chronicle

1972

Marjoe

1973

The Great American Cowboy

1974

Hearts and Minds

1975

The Man Who Skied Down Everest

1976

Harlan County, USA

1977

Who Are the DeBolts? And Where Did They Get Nineteen Kids?

1978

Scared Straight!

1979

Best Boy

1980

From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China

1981

Genocide

1982

Just Another Missing Kid

1983

He Makes Me Feel Like Dancing

1984

The Times of Harvey Milk

1985

Broken Rainbow

1986

(tie) Artie Shaw: Time Is All You’ve Got

Down and Out in America

1987

The Ten-Year Lunch

1988

Hotel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie

1989

Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt

1990

American Dream

1991

In the Shadow of the Stars

1992

The Panama Deception

1993

I Am a Promise: The Children of Stanton Elementary School

1994

Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision

1995

Anne Frank Remembered

1996

When We Were Kings

1997

The Long Way Home

1998

The Last Days

1999

One Day in September

2000

Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport

2001

Murder on a Sunday Morning

2002

Bowling for Columbine

2003

The Fog of War

2004

Born into Brothels

2005

March of the Penguins

2006

An Inconvenient Truth

2007

Taxi to the Dark Side

2008

Man on Wire

2009

The Cove

2010

Inside Job

This year’s nominees are:

Hell and Back Again

If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front

Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory

Pina

Undefeated

Well, here’s what we’re dealing with: Afghanistan, environmental terrorism or something (or maybe the government targeting environmentalists. Hippie shit, is probably how the Academy will see it), the West Memphis 3, an interpretive dance film, and a film about a football team trying to go undefeated.

Now, if they want to go with the film most people will care about, they’ll pick Undefeated. The Weinsteins are distributing it wide, which must mean they either want this award or it’s a documentary people will get behind. However, the Academy doesn’t always make decisions like that.

However — in order to vote on these categories (and Foreign Language film), they have to seen them all. So it comes down to what the consensus best documentary (on this list. I hear some great ones (as always) weren’t nominated) is, and what people think the Academy is most likely to respond to. So, for the rankings, I’ll say:

5. If a Tree Falls. It just feels like the weak link. Maybe it wins, but it depends on who sees them all and if they like this. From the outside, this looks like a #5. I’m not putting much effort into this category.

4. Hell and Back Again. Clearly this could win, but it just feels like the Iraq War is passé now. The topic du jour seems to be the financial crisis. So, despite seeming like an obvious contender, I don’t think this will make much of a showing. Unless, that is, this is truly a great documentary. I really don’t know.

3. Undefeated. It has populist appeal, and it being about underdogs certainly helps it as a contender, but for some reason, I feel like stuff like this doesn’t always win. I think of the people who do documentary as a very self-serious bunch. I feel like they’d think something like this is a waste of time next to what I’m eventually going to rank as my #1 (which may be a red herring, but it’s not like I care about this category enough to mind). No idea, though.

2. Pina. To be honest, this seems like the most likely winner of this category. Wim Wenders directing, about interpretive dance, it’s supposed to look great — it just seems like something that they’d vote for. Then again, that pedigree could also be a red herring. It’s Documentary, nobody really knows. The only reason we knew the last three years was because the choice was so easy (though last year, we held out hope they’d continue having fun with it. No dice).

1. Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory. Gotta be, right? Isn’t everyone all over this case? Maybe it’s a red herring, and it won’t win, but I’m considering this the favorite. The topic seems more timely than Iraq. I really don’t know, though. I’m probably just gonna end up voting for Undefeated (unless there’s a huge consensus that something is gonna win) and hope that wins. I don’t like documentaries, so I generally vote for the only one in the category that seems like it would be worth watching. And if there isn’t one, I vote for the one that looks like it’s most likely to win.

BEST DOCUMENTARY (SHORT SUBJECT)

Year

Best Documentary (Short Subject) Winners

1941

Churchill’s Island

1942

The Battle of Midway

Kokoda Front Line!

Moscow Strikes Back

Prelude to War

1943

December 7th

1944

With the Marines at Tarawa

1945

Hitler Lives

1946

Seeds of Destiny

1947

First Steps

1948

Toward Independence

1949

(tie) A Chance to Live

So Much for So Little

1950

Why Korea?

1951

Benjy

1952

Neighbours

1953

The Alaskan Eskimo

1954

Thursday’s Children

1955

Men against the Arctic

1956

The True Story of the Civil War

1957

No Award Given.

1958

Ama Girls

1959

Glass

1960

Giuseppina

1961

Project Hope

1962

Dylan Thomas

1963

Chagall

1964

Nine from Little Rock

1965

To Be Alive!

1966

A Year Toward Tomorrow

1967

The Redwoods

1968

Why Man Creates

1969

Czechoslovakia 1968

1970

Interviews with My Lai Veterans

1971

Sentinals of Silence

1972

This Tiny World

1973

Princeton: A Search for Answers

1974

Don’t

1975

The End of the Game

1976

Number Our days

1977

Gravity Is My Enemy

1978

The Flight of the Gossamer Condor

1979

Paul Robeson: Tribute to an Artist

1980

Karl Hess: Toward Liberty

1981

Close Harmony

1982

If You Love This Planet

1983

Flamenco at 5:15

1984

The Stone Carvers

1985

Witness to War: Dr. Charlie Clements

1986

Women – for America, for the World

1987

Young at Heart

1988

You Don’t Have to Die

1989

The Johnstown Flood

1990

Days of Waiting

1991

Deadly Deception: General Electric, Nuclear Weapons and Our Environment

1992

Educating Peter

1993

Defending Our Lives

1994

A Time for Justice

1995

One Survivor Remembers

1996

Breathing Lesosns: The Life and Work of Mark O’Brien

1997

A Story of Healing

1998

The Personals: Improvisations on Romance in the Golden Years

1999

King Gimp

2000

Big Mama

2001

Thoth

2002

Twin Towers

2003

Chernobyl Heart

2004

Mighty Times: The Children’s March

2005

A Note of Triumph: The Golden Age of Norman Corwin

2006

The Blood of Yingzhou District

2007

Freeheld

2008

Smile Pinki

2009

Music by Prudence

2010

Strangers No More

Pretty sure, if there was a poll, this is the category the least amount of people would care about. Nobody cares about this category.

Here are the nominees:

The Barber of Birmingham: Foot Soldier of the Civil Rights Movement

God is the Bigger Elvis

Incident in New Baghdad

Saving Face

The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom

Rankings:

5. God is Bigger Than Elvis. It’s about a woman who became a nun after being a groupie. Do you really think they’re gonna choose a religious film? (Note: All of these opinions are couched in the fact that no one truly knows what they’re going to vote for and any one of these has a shot at winning. I assume you’ve been around enough Oscar ballots to know this.)

4. The Barber of Birmingham. Not sure why. It’ll probably win, knowing them. I just feel like the others have more of a chance. Looking at what else has won here over the last few years (basing solely on the titles and my recollection of what they’re about), they seem to go for foreign stuff over domestic stuff. You think we can make that assumption? Probably not, but what the hell, I’m going for it.

3. Incident in New Baghdad. Seems too easy. That’s my only reasoning. I feel like people are gonna see this and go, “This is the one.” And that, from experience, is something I’ve learned will always be wrong. Every time you go, “Oh, that one should clearly win,” that’s the one that never wins. Ever. The only real way to guess this category is to see all the nominees. And even then, it’s not guaranteed.

2. Saving Face. I’d call this a favorite based on what it’s about. A surgeon who fixes the faces of women who are attacked with acid in Pakistan. This might even be the frontrunner. I don’t know. It’s certainly got the emotional angle to it. We won’t know until something wins. But this definitely has a shot, seemingly.

1. The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom. It’s about Japan and the tsunami. It’s certainly topical. They seem to love either Israel of East Asia or Africa in this category. This fits. Maybe they do the Pakistan thing, but I just feel like this is the most likely winner. Meh.

BEST LIVE-ACTION SHORT

Year

Best Live-Action Short Winners

1931-1932

(Comedy) The Music Box

(Novelty) Wrestling Swordfish

1932-1933

(Comedy) So This Is Harris!

(Novelty) Krakatoa

1934

(Comedy) La Cucaracha

(Novelty) City of Wax

1935

(Comedy) How to Sleep

(Novelty) Wings Over Everest

1936

(Color) Give Me Liberty

(One-Reel) Bored of Education

(Two Reel) The Public Pays

1937

(Color) Penny Wisdom

(One-Reel) The Private Life of the Gannets

(Two Reel) Torture Money

1938

(One-Reel) That Mothers Might Live

(Two Reel) Declaration of Independence

1939

(One-Reel) Busy Little Bears

(Two Reel) Sons of Liberty

1940

(One-Reel) Quicker’n a Wink

(Two Reel) Teddy, the Rough Rider

1941

(One-Reel) Of Pups and Puzzles

(Two Reel) Main Street on the March!

1942

(One-Reel) Speaking of Animals and Their Families

(Two Reel) Beyond the Line of Duty

1943

(One-Reel) Amphibious Fighters

(Two Reel) Heavenly Music

1944

(One-Reel) Who’s Who in Animal Land

(Two Reel) I Won’t Play

1945

(One-Reel) Stairway to Light

(Two Reel) Star in the Night

1946

(One-Reel) Facing Your Danger

(Two Reel) A Boy and His Dog

1947

(One-Reel) Good-Bye Miss Turlock

(Two Reel) Climbing the Matterhorn

1948

(One-Reel) Symphony of a City

(Two Reel) Seal Island

1949

(One-Reel) Aquatic House Party

(Two Reel) Van Gogh

1950

(One-Reel) Grandad of Races

(Two Reel) In Beaver Valley

1951

(One-Reel) World of Kids

(Two Reel) Nature’s Half Acre

1952

(One-Reel) Light in the Window: The Art of Vermeer

(Two Reel) Water Birds

1953

(One-Reel) The Merry Wives of Windsor Overture

(Two Reel) Bear Country

1954

(One-Reel) This Mechanical Age

(Two Reel) A Time Out of War

1955

(One-Reel) Survival City

(Two Reel) The Face of Lincoln

1956

(One-Reel) Crashing the Water Barrier

(Two Reel) The Bespoke Overcoat

1957

The Wetback Hound

1958

Grand Canyon

1959

The Golden Fish

1960

Day of the Painter

1961

Seawards the Great Ships

1962

Hereux Anniversaire

1963

An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

1964

Casals Conducts

1965

Le Poulet

1966

Wild Wings

1967

A Place to Stand

1968

Robert Kennedy Remembered

1969

The Magic Machines

1970

The Resurrection of Broncho Billy

1971

Sentinels of Silence

1972

Norman Rockwell’s World… An American Dream

1973

The Bolero

1974

One-Eyed Men Are Kings

1975

Angel and Big Joe

1976

In the Region of Ice

1977

I’ll Find a Way

1978

Teenage Father

1979

Board and Care

1980

The Dollar Bottom

1981

Violet

1982

A Shocking Accident

1983

Boys and Girls

1984

Up

1985

Molly’s Pilgrim

1986

Precious Images

1987

Ray’s Male Heterosexual Dance Hall

1988

The Appointments of Dennis Jennings

1989

Work Experience

1990

The Lunch Date

1991

Session Man

1992

Omnibus

1993

Black Rider

1994

Franz Kafka’s It’s a Wonderful Life

1995

Lieberman in Love

1996

Deer Diary

1997

Visas and Virtue

1998

Election Night

1999

My Mother Dreams the Satan’s Disciples in New York

2000

Quiero ser

2001

The Accountant

2002

The Charming Man

2003

Two Soldiers

2004

Wasp

2005

Six Shooter

2006

West Bank Story

2007

Le Mozart des Pickpockets

2008

Spielzeugland

2009

The New Tenants

2010

God of Love

Perhaps the second-highest category people don’t give a shit about. Nominees are:

Pentecost

Raju

The Score

Time Freak

Tuba Atlantic

I’ll probably find a way to watch some of these by the time I make my picks, so these rankings are based solely on what they seem to be about.

5. Pentecost. Religious. These almost never won. (No idea, though. Totally making that up.)

4. The Shore. This is the one with Ciaran Hinds in it, right? That’s why.

3. Raju. Maybe it wins. Who knows? Looks solid. Kinda dark, though. Hard to tell what kind of mood they’re in.

2. Time Freak. I remember reading it’s only like 12 minutes long. It’s gonna need to be real good to win with that length. I feel like what normally wins is closer to 20 minutes. (Totally making that one up too.)

1. Tuba Atlantic. It’s about a dying man. Why not? I really don’t know. I’ll do more homework by Sunday.

BEST ANIMATED SHORT

Year

Best Animated Film Winners

Other Nominees

1931-1932

Flowers and Trees

Mickey’s Orphans

It’s Got Me Again!

1932-1933

Three Little Pigs

Building a Building

The Merry Old Soul

1934

The Tortoise and the Hare

Holiday Land

Jolly Little Elves

1935

Three Orphan Kittens

The Calico Dragon

Who Killed Cock Robin?

1936

The Country Cousin

Old Mill Pond

Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor

1937

The Old Mill

Educated Fish

The Little Match Girl

1938

Ferdinand the Bull

Brave Little Tailor

Mother Goose Goes Hollywood

Good Scots

Hunky and Spunky

1939

The Ugly Duckling

Detouring America

Peace on Earth

The Pointer

1940

The Milky Way

Puss Gets the Boot

A Wild Hare

1941

Lend a Paw

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B

Hiawatha’s Rabbit Hunt

How War Came

The Night Before Christmas

Rhapsody in Rivets

The Rookie Bear

Rhythm in the Ranks

Superman

Truant Officer Donald

1942

Der Fuehrer’s Face

All Out for “V”

Blitz Wolf

Juke Box Jamboree

Pigs in a Polka

Tulips Shall Grow

1943

The Yankee Doodle Mouse

The Dizzy Acrobat

Five Hundred Hats of Batholomew Cubbins

Greetings Bait

Imagination

Reason and Emotion

1944

Mouse Trouble

And to Think I Saw It on Mulberry Street

Dog, Cat and Canary

Fish Fry

How to Play Football

My Boy, Johnny

Swooner Crooner

1945

Quiet Please!

Donald’s Crime

Jasper and the Beanstalk

Life with Feathers

Mighty Mouse in Gypsy Life

The Poet and Peasant

Rippling Romance

1946

The Cat Concerto

Musical Moments from Chopin

John Henry and the Inky-Poo

Squatter’s Rights

Walky Talky Hawky

1947

Tweetie Pie

Chip an’ Dale

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse

Pluto’s Blue Note

Tubby the Tuba

1948

The Little Orphan

Mickey and the Seal

Mouse Wreckers

Robin Hoodlum

Tea for Two Hundred

1949

For Scent-imental Reasons

Hatch Up Your Troubles

Magic Fluke

Toy Tinkers

1950

Gerald McBoing-Boing

Jerry’s Cousin

Trouble Indemnity

1951

The Two Mouseketeers

Lambert the Sheepish Lion

Rooty Toot Toot

1952

Johann Mouse

Little Johnny Jet

Madeline

Pink and Blue Blues

The Romance of Transportation in Canada

1953

Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom

Christopher Crumpet

From A to Z-Z-Z-Z

Fugged Bear

The Tell-Tale Heart

1954

When Magoo Flew

Crazy Mixed Up Pup

Pigs Is Pigs

Sandy Claws

Touché, Pussy Cat!

1955

Speedy Gonzales

Good Will to Men

The Legend of Rockabye Point

No Hunting

1956

Magoo’s Puddle Jumper

Gerald McBoing-Boing on Planet Moo

The Jaywalker

1957

Birds Anonymous

One Droopy Knight

Tabasco Road

Trees and Jamaica Daddy

The Truth About Mother Goose

1958

Knighty Knight Bugs

Paul Bunyan

Sidney’s Family Tree

1959

Moonbird

Mexicali Shmoes

Noah’s Ark

The Violinist

1960

Munro

Goliath II

High Note

Mouse and Garden

A Place in the Sun

1961

Ersatz (The Substitute)

Aquamania

Beep Prepared

Nelly’s Folly

The Pied Piper of Guadalupe

1962

The Hole

Icarus Montgolfier Wright

Now Hear This

Self Defense… for Cowards

Symposium on Popular Songs

1963

The Critic

Automania 2000

The Game

My Financial Career

Pianissimo

1964

The Pink Phink

Christmas Cracker

How to Avoid Friendship

Nudnik No. 2

1965

The Dot and the Line

Clay or the Origin of Species

The Thieving Magpie

1966

A Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass Double Feature

The Drag

The Pink Blueprint

1967

The Box

Hypothese Beta

What on Earth!

1968

Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day

The House that Jack Built

The Magic Pear Tree

Windy Day

1969

It’s Tough to Be a Bird

Of Men and Demons

Walking

1970

Is It Always Right to Be Right?

The Further Adventures of Uncle Sam: Part Two

The Shepherd

1971

The Crunch Bird

Evolution

The Selfish Giant

1972

A Christmas Carol

Kama Sutra Rides Again

Tup Tup

1973

Frank Film

The Legend of John Henry

Pulcinella

1974

Closed Mondays

The Family That Dwelt Apart

Hunger

Voyage to Next

Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too!

1975

Great

Kick Me

Monsieur Pointu

Sisyphus

1976

Leisure

Dedalo

The Street

1977

The Sand Castle

Bead Game

A Doonesbury Special

Jimmy the C

1978

Special Delivery

Oh My Darling

Rip Van Winkle

1979

Every Child

Dream Doll

It’s so Nice to Have a Wolf Around the House

1980

The Fly

All or Nothing

History of the World in Three Minutes Flat

1981

Crac

The Creation

The Tender Tale of Cinderella Penguin

1982

Tango

The Great Cognito

The Snowman

1983

Sundae in New York

Mickey’s Christmas Carol

Sound of Sunshine – Sound of Rain

1984

Charade

Doctor DeSoto

Paradise

1985

Anna & Bella

The Big Snit

Second Class Mail

1986

A Greek Tragedy

The Frog, The Dog and The Devil

Luxo, Jr.

1987

The Man Who Planted Trees

George and Rosemary

Your Face

1988

Tin Toy

The Cat Came Back

Technological Threat

1989

Balance

The Cow

The Hill Farm

1990

Creature Comforts

A Grand Day Out

Grasshoppers

1991

Manipulation

Blackfly

Strings

1992

Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase

Adam

Reci, Reci Reci…

The Sandman

Screen Play

1993

The Wrong Trousers

Blindscape

The Mighty River

Small Talk

The Village

1994

Bob’s Birthday

The Big Story

The Janitor

The Monk and the Fish

Triangle

1995

A Close Shave

The Chicken from Outer Space

The End

Gagarian

Runaway Brain

1996

Quest

Canhead

La Salla

Wat’s Pig

1997

Geri’s Game

Famous Fred

Mermaid

Redux Riding Hood

La Vieille dame et les pigeons

1998

Bunny

The Canterbury Tales

Jolly Roger

More

When Life Departs

1999

The Old Man and the Sea

3 Misses

Humdrum

My Grandmother Ironed the King’s Shirts

When the Day Breaks

2000

Father and Daughter

Periwig Maker

Rejected

2001

For the Birds

Fifty Percent Grey

Give Up Yer Aul Sins

Strange Invadors

Stubble Trouble

2002

The ChubbChubbs!

Katedra

Mike’s New Car

Mt. Head

Das Rad

2003

Harvie Krumpet

Boundin’

Gone Nutty

Nibbles

Destino

2004

Ryan

Birthday Boy

Gopher Broke

Guard Dog

Lorenzo

2005

The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation

Badgered

The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jaspar Morello

9

One Man Band

2006

The Danish Poer

Lifted

The Little Matchgirl

Maestro

No Time for Nuts

2007

Peter & the Wolf

Even Pigeons Go To Heaven

I Met the Walrus

Madame Tutli-Putli

My Love

2008

La Maison en petits cubes

Lavatory – Lovestory

Oktapodi – Gobelins L’Ecole de L’Image

Presto

This Way Up

2009

Logorama

Granny O’Grimm’s Sleeping Beauty

French Roast

The Lady and the Reaper

A Matter of Loaf and Death

2010

The Lost Thing

Day & Night

The Gruffalo

Let’s Pollute

Madagascar, A Journey Diary

I’ll definitely find a way to try to see these. But for now, nominees:

Dimanche

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore

La Luna

A Morning Stroll

Wild Life

Don’t know how to rank these, but I’ll say flat out now — Pixar never seems to win this. They come out with a better short every year (did you see Day & Night? How did that not win last year? The Lost Thing? Really?), and never seem to win. Is this the year, since they’re not nominated anywhere else? I guess we won’t really know until Sunday night.

5. A Morning Stroll. Seems too abstract for them.

4. Dimanche. It just feels like the film to come out of nowhere to win this.

3. Wild Life. Looks to be the prettiest of the bunch. (Hand drawn. That’ll hold some weight with the animators.)

2. La Luna. They never win. How can I expect them to be higher?

1. The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore. This seemed like the winner from before nominations were announced. That trailer looked great. This just seems like it’ll win. No idea though, again. No one can really guess these categories. I want to meet the person that’s gotten all the shorts right over the past six years.

– – – – – – – – – –

That does it with the breakdowns. On Sunday, I’ll do my final article — it’ll be a big one. I’ll write what I’m voting for, what my rankings are (just like an Oscar Quest article), then do as I did last year, talk about what’s most likely to win, what the biggest competition for it is, what the upset choice is the rankings of most likely to win, and finally, what I’m putting on my ballot. That’ll cover everything. And of course, on Monday, I’ll write up my reactions on what happened. And that’ll conclude our Oscar season.

Until then, I have one more article going up today, which is basically something I thought to do that ended up being quite fascinating (though not really all that consequential), and then tomorrow, I’ll lead into the Oscars by writing what I think are the strongest and weakest Academy years of all time.

Hey, at least it’s not an in-depth analysis of Best Documentary Short, right?

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