Miss Americana: Netflix’s Taylor Swift Documentary Could Win Oscars

Miss Americana: Netflix’s Taylor Swift Documentary Could Win Oscars
Miss Americana: Netflix’s Taylor Swift Documentary Could Win Oscars
Was Taylor Swift and documentary filmmaker Lana Wilson are similar in that no woman is a stranger who forgives love in their respective fields. As we all know, Swift is a Grammy juggernaut and one of the rare artists to have multiple Album of the Year trophies in her name (for “Fearless” and “1989”), and Wilson received major nominations for her debut documentary “After Tiller “in 2013 and her successor” The Departure “in 2017. The candidate for Independent Spirit, Cinema Eye Honors and International Documentary Association returned this year with the Netflix documentary” Miss Americana “, a film that Swift played on her Tour on the Internet follows “Reputation” era and begins to write and record songs for her subsequent album “Lover”.

“Miss Americana” has been available via Netflix streaming since January 31, one week after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, and received positive reviews from both Rotten Tomatoes (91% freshness) and Metacritic (65% freshness) Points), with critics highlighting Swift’s ability to be self-critical and Wilson’s strength in getting a notoriously private celebrity to reveal new sides of herself on camera.

Documentaries about musicians have been a sweet spot in the Oscar race for the past decade. “Searching for Sugar Man” (2012), “20 Feet from Stardom” (2013) and “Amy” (2015) won the Oscar for best documentary for their portrayals of the lives of musicians – “Miss Americana” could be one Return to the Oscars for this subgenre of non-fiction?

After Wilson and Swift alike, this is a strong possibility, especially if Swift adds to its mystique this year with the surprise release of Folklore, their best-known album to date. In addition to the reputation of Wilson and Swift (ahem), Netflix also brings a significant strength in breakthrough documentary feature to the table. Two of the last three category winners were distributed by the streaming service: “Icarus” (2017) and “American Factory” (2019).

Provided it adheres to the academy’s stringent music industry guidelines, the film could also be in the Best Original Song category for Only the Young, a Swift-written song that plays during the credits and nowhere else in their discography find is to line up. A nomination for Swift’s songwriting would give her the rare opportunity to break into the Oscar field and get her halfway to EGOT-dom. And she wouldn’t be the first Grammy-winning woman to claim an Oscar for writing a song for a documentary: Melissa Etheridge won for “I have to wake up” from “An Inconvenient Truth”. So Swift was able to win because she wore her heart on the big screen on her sleeve, just like she does with her music.

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