It's been a while since Netflix He entered the film scene putting two questions on the table: what is cinema and how it should be seen. A debate that was reflected, for example, last year with the nomination of Rome, from Alfonso Cuaron. However, something seems to have changed in this new edition. And, for the first time, the platform of streaming He leads the nominations with 24 nominations.
Among the titles that have raised the Reed Hastings company to this achievement, the ten nominations of the Irish and six o'clock of Story of a marriage, both films aspiring to the award for best feature film and best direction. Two productions that, surprisingly, almost went empty in the Golden Globes, despite adding eleven nominations between the two.
‘The Irish’ has ten nominations while ‘History of a mantrimony’ aspires to six golden statuettes
In 2019, the platform has already exceeded its own numbers, achieving eleven nominations, leaving only behind Disney and Participant Media, which they led with 17 nominations both. This time, Netflix leads the ranking, following closely Sony, which opts for twenty awards, with ribbons like Once upon a time in … Hollywood. He accompanies them on the podium Disney that, with the help of Fox titles like Le Mans’66 or Jojo Rabbit, opt for sixteen awards.
The Spanish Sergio Pablos also contributes his grain of sand to this record of the platform with the nomination for his animated film ‘Klaus’
Continuing with Netflix, the Spanish filmmaker Sergio Pablos He has also contributed his grain of sand to this record of the platform with the nomination for his animated film Klaus. The film has been one of the surprises in this category after the banishment of Frozen 2. Next to KlausThe French have also contributed to the success Where is my body?
Service streaming British film nominations are also noted The two potatoes. In the documentary field the titles sound American factory Y The Edge of Democracy as feature films and Life Overtakes Me as short
Netflix goes up in the stock market
The shares of the registered company a 3.2% rise in the stock market, until being in the 339,53 dollars, after announcing the candidacies. The company's titles stood at $ 331.8 after the bell ring in the Nasdaq electronic market, compared to 329.05 ‘green notes’ on which it closed last Friday.
With the increase of more than 3%, Netflix shares have been at highs since July 17, when they finished the day at $ 362.44. The bullish streak on the stock market comes just after the company based in Los Gatos (California) led the nominations.