Dune Talk podcast: We discuss Oscar Nominations and all the other film award recognition that 'Dune: Part One' has recieved so far.

DUNE TALK: Oscar Nominations and Win Predictions

On this week’s show we’re reacting to all the recent film awards nominations for Dune: Part One, including the BAFTAs and, of course, the Oscars. The Dune Talk crew take time to celebrate all of the recognition this movie is receiving and offer historical perspectives on what all of it means.

We also address the major omission that’s on everyone’s on minds: How is it even possible that Denis Villeneuve is not nominated for directing? Finally, Garin, Johnny, Marcus, and Simon look ahead to the awards ceremony on March 27, 2022 and share Oscars win predictions.

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Dune Talk: Episode 28 – Oscar Nominations

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Show Notes

Dune news stories covered on this show:

  1. After leading multiple film awards lists, Dune is the most-nominated movie at this year’s BAFTA Awards. Its 11 nominations include best film, adapted screenplay, and original score categories.
  1. Dune: Part One receives 10 Oscar Nominations, including for best picture. The movie is also a top contender at these prestigious awards—second only behind The Power of the Dog, with 12—although the exclusion of Denis Villeneuve from the directing category was startling.

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Special thanks goes out to Ashton GIeckman for music and Sheldon Lee for voice overs.