Four days after Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg being detained by German police during a protest against coal mine expansion in the west German village of Lützerath, the German Police has been nominated for Oscar in best supporting actor category.
Greta Thunberg was part of the large group of activists who reportedly broke through a police barrier, while police waited for “Role Camera Action” shout. Greta Thunberg encroached on a coal pit which was not entirely secured by the officials, revealed a police spokesperson.
Later the same day, Greta Thunberg posed with the German Police officials showing victory sign after the day shoot was over. The picture of Greta Thunberg with German Police Officials went viral on social media, and Oscar jury nominated the German Police officials for Oscars as a wild card entry.
The Oscar nomination were already closed but jury didn’t want to miss the epic acting of German Police and hence, selected it under wild card entry. 95th Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, will honor films released in 2022 and the nominations of the same will be announced on Jan 24th.