- All That Breathes was announced as one of the nominees of the prestigious Academy Awards (Oscars)
- The film has already won several awards internationally in the best documentary category
- Fans outside India can watch All That Breathes on HBO Max on February 7, 2023
- The film is likely to release on Disney+ Hotstar for users in India
Filmmakers from India are making the country proud, and with the awards season in place, several Indian films and songs have made it to global recognition. To be a part of the coveted Academy Awards is an achievement in itself and making Indian work famous; there is one such documentary film – All That Breathes.
All That Breathes: OTT Release Details – When and Where to Watch it Online
Ever since the Oscar nominations were announced, fans across the world have been waiting for this Indian documentary film to release online. Several Indian film buffs are yet to watch the film, which is unfortunately not available on any Indian OTT platform. Reports state that the film will not be released directly to any Indian OTT platform; however, with HBO having the rights to the film, All That Breathes may soon be available on Disney+ Hotstar, owing to the ongoing strong collaboration.
Fans outside of India can watch All That Breathes on HBO Max on February 7, 2023. Sharing the announcement, HBO’s official YouTube channel said, “We’re all a community of air. Oscar-nominated film #AllThatBreathes, an exploration of humankind’s connection to wildlife and climate change, premieres February 7 on @HBOMax.”
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All That Breathes: Cast and Crew
Director by Shaunak Sen, the film stars Salik Rehman, Mohammad Saud, and Nadeem Shehzad. The documentary is produced by Shaunak Sen, Aman Mann, and Teddy Leifer under Rise Films and Kiterabbit Films’ banners.
Ben Bernhard has managed the cinematography along with Riju Das and Saumyananda Sahi. Charlotte Munch Bengtsen and Vedant Joshi have done the editing of the film. The music was given by Roger Goula.
All That Breathes: Premise and Trailer
The story of documentary revolves around New Delhi-based brothers Saud and Nadeem, who are making an attempt to save several Black Kites (birds) that have fallen down on the roof of their home due to the polluted air in Delhi. The official premise, as shared on the official website, reads, “In one of the world’s most populated cities, two brothers — Nadeem and Saud — devote their lives to the quixotic effort of protecting the black kite, a majestic bird of prey essential to the ecosystem of New Delhi that has been falling from the sky at alarming rates.”
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All That Breathes: Oscar Nomination, Other Awards Appreciation
The Academy, on January 24, announced the nominations of “True story – your Documentary Feature” on Twitter which mentioned All That Breathes’ name.
True story – your Documentary Feature nominees are… #Oscars #Oscars95 pic.twitter.com/NHf86Hskqw
— The Academy (@TheAcademy) January 24, 2023
The film has also won Best Documentary at BFI London Film Festival, Cinema Eye Honors, 38th IDA Documentary Awards, and more. The film is also a part of BAFTA nominations for the year. Appreciating the documentary, filmmaker Shekhar Kapur tweeted, “Without taking away from any of the richly deserved and amazing accolades that RRR got, ‘All That Breathes’ got my vote as best documentary of the year”.
Without taking away from any of the the richly deserved and amazing accolades that RRR got, ‘All That Breathes’ got my vote as best documentary of the year https://t.co/rBMXI3QOue
— Shekhar Kapur (@shekharkapur) January 18, 2023
Ace filmmaker, Mira Nair, tweeted, “How much do I love this film? Let me count the ways…a masterpiece on living and gracing the earth with love, empathy, patience…and made with rare beauty and sheer cinematic poetry. this is genius film making”
How much do I love this film? Let me count the ways…a masterpiece on living and gracing the earth with love, empathy, patience…and made with rare beauty and sheer cinematic poetry. this is genius film making https://t.co/kLQOA1dt4e
— Mira Nair (@MiraPagliNair) January 17, 2023