2017 Golden Globes nominees by film and studio: ‘La La Land’ leads Lionsgate charge

The top studio in contention at the Golden Globes is Lionsgate, which racked up 10 nominations via its subsidiary Summit and three for the parent company. Seven of those bids were by the Oscar frontrunner “La La Land.” Following close behind are A24 at nine and Paramount with eight. A trio of studios – Amazon, Focus Features and Twentieth Century Fox — have five apiece.

Below, check out the complete breakdown of nominations by studio and by film:

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BY DISTRIBUTOR
Ten nominations
Summit Entertainment (a Lionsgate company)

Nine nominations
A24

Eight nominations
Paramount Pictures

Six nominations
Amazon Studios
Focus Features
Twentieth Century Fox

Five nominations
Roadside Attractions
The Weinstein Co.

Three nominations
CBS Films
Lionsgate
Sony Pictures Classics
Walt Disney Studio Motion Pictures

Two nominations
Universal Pictures

One nomination
Bleecker Street
Cohen Media Group
EUROPACORP
Fox Searchlight Pictures
GKIDS
Netflix
The Orchard
STX Entertainment
TWC–Dimension
Warner Bros. Pictures

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BY FILM
Seven nominations
“La La Land”

Six nominations
“Moonlight”

Five nominations
“Manchester By The Sea”

Four nominations
“Florence Foster Jenkins”
“Lion”

Three nominations
“Hacksaw Ridge”
Hell or High Water”
“Nocturnal Animals”

Two nominations
“20th Century Women”
“Arrival”
“Deadpool”
“Elle”
“Fences”
“Hidden Figures”
“Moana”
“Loving”
“Sing”

One nomination
“Captain Fantastic”
“Divines”
“The Edge of Seventeen”
“Gold”
“Jackie”
“Kubo And The Two Strings”
“The Lobster”
“Miss Sloane”
“My Life As A Zucchini”
“Neruda”
“Rules Don’t Apply”
“The Salesman”
“Sing Street”
“Toni Erdmann”
“Trolls”
“War Dogs”
“Zootopia”

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