OSCAR 2018 BEST ANIMATED FILM NOMINATIONS ARE IMPELREPORT

The Academy of Cinematographic Sciences and Arts has announced the candidates to be nominated for the Oscar for Best Animation Film. In total, twenty-six films are the productions that will compete for this candidacy for the 90th edition of the Oscars. Between the films there is a lot of variety: from franchises and productions of large studios or much smaller films with tour of several festivals. The Spanish ‘Psiconautas, forgotten children’, is within the selection.

‘THE BOSS BABY’

Nationality: United States

Director: Tom McGrath

Tim’s life will change at age 7 when his new brother arrives: a baby who is not like the others: he wears a suit and tie and wears a briefcase.

THE BOSS BABY

‘THE BREADWINNER’

Nationality: Canada, Ireland, USA, Luxembourg, Egypt

Director: Nora Twomey

Parvana is an eleven-year-old girl who lives in Kabul during the period of Taliban rule. Her father is arrested, family members are left without resources and she pretends to be a boy so she can work.

'THE BREADWINNER'

‘CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS: THE FIRST EPIC MOVIE’

Nationality: United States

Director: David Soren

Two children hypnotize the school principal to make him his comic hero: Captain Underpants. Thereafter he is believed to be Captain Short, a grumpy superhero whose suit consists of underwear and a cape.

CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS THE FIRST EPIC MOVIE

‘CARS 3’

Nationality: United States

Director: Brian Fee

In his third installment, Lightning McQueen is suddenly relegated from the sport he loves so much. To resume his career, he will need the help of a young racing mechanic, Cruz Ramírez, who has his own plan to win. The champion will have to test his worth in the great circuit of the Piston Cup.

'CARS 3'

‘CINDERELLA THE CAT’

Nationality: Italy

Director: Ivan Cappiello, Marino Guarnieri, Alessandro Rak and Dario Sansone

In a futuristic Naples, a teenager is seduced by a mafioso boss and at the same time pursued by an evil stepmother.

'CINDERELLA THE CAT'

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‘COCO’

Nationality: United States

Director: Lee Unkrich and Adrián Molina

Pixar that inmiscuye in the World of the Dead of the hand of Miguel, a boy with the dream of becoming a music star, although his family is opposed to it.

'COCO'

‘DESPICABLE ME 3’

Nationality: United States

Director: Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin and Eric Guillon

In his third film, Gru, now a father, will meet his twin, Dru. In addition the protagonist will have to face Balthazar Pratt, an old child star obsessed with the personage who incarnated in the eighties, and who is now a supervillain.

'DESPICABLE ME 3'

‘EMOJI: THE MOVIE’

Nationality: United States

Director: Anthony Leondis

The protagonists inhabit the mysterious land of En Tolospolis, all the emojis come alive while waiting to be selected by the user of the phone. All the characters have a single facial expression except Gen, an emoji that was born without a filter and filled with multiple expressions.

'EMOJI THE MOVIE'

‘FERDINAND’

Nationality: United States

Director: Carlos Saldanha

Ferdinand is a very calf steer that prefers to sit under a tree to smell the flowers that rush with others. As it grows and grows strong, its temperament does not change and remains a gentle bull. One day some men come looking for the biggest bull, fast and brave and he is wrongly chosen for bullfighting in Madrid.

'FERDINAND'

‘THE SMURFS THE LOST VILLAGE’

Nationality: United States

Director: Kelly Asbury

Smurfette and her brothers practice hiking in the unknown Enchanted Forest trying to find a legendary village for the Smurfs. They must do it before the evil wizard Gargamel does it. Along the way some of the mysteries of the Smurfs begin to come to light.

'THE SMURFS THE LOST VILLAGE'

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OSCAR 2018 BEST ANIMATED FILM NOMINATIONS ARE IMPELREPORT