Jim Sarbh’s short film arrives on Oscar shortlist

Even though Gully Boy was rejected by the Academy Awards, Jim Sarbh’s film “Sometimes I think of dying” brought joy. The actor has been on a roll lately and now he’s gone ahead and added another feather to his cap with his Oscar-nominated film next year in the live short film category.

The actor went to social media and shared the good news by sharing a movie poster with a caption that said, “@sometimes_i_think_about_movie has been shortlisted for the Oscars! 92nd @theacademy Awards. (Bio film link.) Help us get the message out. â ¤ï¸Â @theacademy FOR YOUR REVIEW Best live action short 92nd Academy Awards ”

The film is the story of a girl named Fran who likes to think about dying until meeting a colleague completely changes her state of mind. The film stars Jim Sarbh and Katy Wright-Mead, who is also the co-author of the script.

Jim’s film will compete with 9 other projects in the category which are Brotherhood, The Christmas Gift, Little Hands, Miller & Son, Nefta Football Club, The Neighbors’s Window, Refugee, Saria and A Sister. Final nominations will be announced on January 13 of next year.

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