THE LONG GOODBYE Wins 2022 Oscar for Live Action Short Film
THE LONG GOODBYE is the Oscars 2022 Animated Short Film Oscar winner! Get complete coverage of all the Oscars 2022 winners on the Oscars Winners page and the full list of 94th Academy Awards winners here on Oscar.com. Five films were narrowed down from a shortlist, and competed to take home the most prestigious award in film, the Oscar. The nominees for Live Action Short Film were: ALA KACHUU - TAKE AND RUN, THE DRESS, THE LONG GOODBYE, ON MY MIND and PLEASE HOLD. With his nomination for Live Action Short Film, Riz Ahmed becomes the fifth person to have nominations in both an acting category and a short film category (not necessarily in the same year). For all the details, you can read more about the Oscars 2022 Live Action Short Film nominees below. You can also explore other Oscars 2022 nominees and see the complete Oscars 2022 nominations list right here on Oscar.com.
OSCAR NOMINATIONS 2022 - LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM
ALA KACHUU - TAKE AND RUN
Maria Brendle and Nadine Lüchinger
Nineteen-year-old Sezim wants to fulfil her dream of studying in the Kyrgyz capital but is kidnapped and forced to marry a stranger. Torn between her desire for freedom and the constraints of traditional Kyrgyz culture, she desperately seeks a way out.
Tadeusz Łysiak and Maciej Ślesicki
Lust, sexuality and physicality are the deepest desires that virgin Julia suppresses while working at a wayside motel. That is, until she crosses paths with a handsome truck driver who soon becomes the object of her fantasies.
THE LONG GOODBYE
Aneil Karia and Riz Ahmed
In a dystopian near future, a British South Asian family must deal with the feelings toward them by their adopted country when they are rounded up by a gang of gun-wielding thugs.
ON MY MIND
Martin Strange-Hansen and Kim Magnusson
Henrik wants to sing a song for his wife. It has to be today; it has to be now. It's a question of life, death and karaoke.
K.D. Dávila and Levin Menekse
In the near future, a young working-class Latino is wrongfully arrested by a police drone. Realizing he has no means of recourse in the fully automated and privatized justice system, he attempts to reach a human who can set things right.