I've seen the trailer for 1917 (release date Dec. 25, 2019) a couple of times. This trailer is all about a particular technical aspect of how the film was made. It was made with some of the same technical gimmicks used by Hitchcock in "Rope" or Alejandro González Iñárritu's "Birdman".
I got my hopes up the first time I saw this because Director Sam Mendes opens it by saying he wants to make 1917 in such a way as to be as "immersive an experience as possible", so I think he's talking about 3D, right? No, he's just talking about shooting and editing the film to make it look like it is all one continuous shot.
Well, Birdman got some Oscars, so maybe this will too. Birdman was interesting from a standpoint of trying to spot where the edits are. But immersive? Nah, 3D can be a lot more immersive than that.
This is perhaps another sign of the decline of 3D. It is not worthy of awards or even mentions of awards, like editing gimmicks are, I guess.