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    #82009

    The 85th Annual Academy Award nominations will be announced live in Hollywood on Thursday, January 10 at 5:30 AM (PST). This year’s Oscar host Seth MacFarlane will be joined by actress Emma Stone to present the nominees.

    Post your FINAL Oscar nomination predictions in all 24 categories or however many you choose right here.

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    Best Picture
    Argo
    Django Unchained
    Les Misérables
    Life of Pi

    Lincoln
    Silver Linings Playbook
    Skyfall
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Alt. Amour, The Master, Beasts of the Southern Wild

    I predict 8 nods- but if there are 10, I am on the wagon that believes Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master will be on the list. Also Amour will generate a lot of number one placements. I am going a bit whacko by including Skyfall but if there was a chance for voters to honor an “action” film, this is the most prestigious one to look good on paper- and it’s the Bond genre, and many babyboomers will smile at a shot to see it prevail. This is still going to ultimately come down to four films- Lincoln, Les Mis, Zero Dark Thirty and Argo- for the final winner. I have no clue how they will respond to Tarantino’s film- I see a lot of people predicting here, and then not anywhere else. Doesn’t work that way. If its a best picture nominee, it needs some other categories as well- and supporting actor is a big factor. It’s not like Four Weddings and a Funeral that only managed Screenplay after a best pic nod- this is the decade where most films up for best picture get other major nods (even The Blind Side had Bullock’s nod to match it in best film). We’ll see.

    Best Actor
    Daniel Day-Lewis- Lincoln
    Hugh Jackman – Les Miserables
    John Hawkes- The Sessions
    Joaquin Phoenix- The Master
    Denzel Washington – Flight

    Alt. Richard Gere (Arbitrage), Jean-Louis Trintignant (Amour), Bradley Cooper (Silver Lingings Playbook)

    Three months ago I would have sworn Bill Murray would be coming up on easy street again, but alas- his film is only an afterthought. Daniel Day-Lewis better win his third Oscar for this masterful performance, and anyone else that holds his trophy this year is going to look mighty dumb years from now when people ask “so who actually beat Daniel Day-Lewis in 2012?” Certainly not Hugh Jackman, though when he wins the Golden Globe, his speech might have more flare then the more subdued Lewis. Hawkes could be shakey, but if Helen Hunt is in- I say he gets centered too. Denzel Washington wasn’t my favorite for an overhyped film (I only thought Flight was OK), but he is ready for nod number 6. My final slot goes to Phoenix- I just can’t see voters passing him up if they’re going to go for Hoffman and Adams. Phoenix deserves a mention, and his badmouthing the academy should play no role in that (hell- it might even be the popular thing to bash the voters- look at Marlon Brandon, Dustin Hoffman and George C. Scott). Watch out for Trintignant in lead actor- his costar is fighting for a nod now, but he could sneak in. Cooper of course is the most close to bumping Phoenix and it probably will happen. I would love to see Gere get in, he’s been around since Looking for Mr. Goodbar!  

    Best Actress

    Jessica Chastain- Zero Dark Thirty
    Marion Cotillard- Rust and Bone
    Jennifer Lawrence- Silver Linings Playbook
    Emmanuelle Riva – Amour
    Naomi Watts – The Impossible

    alt. Helen Mirren (Hitchcock), Rachel Weisz (The Deep Blue Sea), Quvenzhane Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild)

    For the first time since 2007, I have no real investment or interest in the Best Actress race. 2007, as we remember, included Cate Blanchett’s over the top role in Elizabeth: The Golden Age making the cut, because of such a weak lineup. Marion Cotillard (La Vie En Rose) deserved the award, but her competition was not that intriguing (her closest fare, Julie Christie in Away From Her, was arguably supporting and had a colead that was more impressive). This year there’s no real standout, but I guess Jessica Chastain is our gal to beat. Her and Lawrence are good bets to win the Globe in their respective category, and then SAG will clear things up. Watts is OK in her movie but nothing special. Emmanuelle Riva really should be the one getting the bows of worthiness, but she’s struggling to even make it to the final five. Ironically like 2007, Cotillard is in contention again. It’s beteen her and Helen Mirren for that final spot- and Mirren’s role isn’t worth a hill of a beans (amazing to say that about this incredible actor!).  

    Best Supporting Actor
    Alan Arkin – Argo
    Leonardo DiCaprio – Django Unchained
    Philip Seymour Hoffman – The Master
    Tommy Lee Jones- Lincoln
    Christoph Waltz – Django Unchained

    alt. Matthew McConaughey (Magic Mike), Robert De Niro (Silver Linings Playbook), Eddie Redmayne (Les Miserables)

    The hardest category to nail on the head- it’s so open. Hopefully the academy gives us some curve balls (critical darling McConaughey I DID have, but have replaced him with Arkin- hope I’m wrong. ) but it could play it safe and keep Arkin and De Niro for phoned in performances- I have Arkin back in just because he seems sewn up, but I wouldn’t cry if he missed. De Niro will only be a welcome back because he hasn’t been nominated in over 20 years. If passion for Les Miserables is strong enough, Redmayne is in- and his reviews prove he will earn this citation on merit alone. I’m predicting both Django boys to make it- but DiCaprio more so, if only because when Harvey says you’re getting a nomination, you’re getting a nomination- right? (Has he ever made a statement like this before and wound up with egg on his face? Just curious). 

    Best Supporting Actress
    Amy Adams – The Master
    Sally Field – Lincoln
    Anne Hathaway- Les Misérables
    Helen Hunt- The Sessions
    Nicole Kidman- The Paperboy

    Alt. Ann Dowd (Compliance), Judi Dench (Skyfall), Maggie Smith (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel)

    As I see it- only these eight ladies stand a chance to be called on Thursday morning. Anyone else who shows up must have been doing some serious under the table feet work to get pulled out of these fish hooks. Sally Field and Anne Hathaway are the only gals truly in and fighting it out for the gold. Many of the lower end critics are rubber stamping Hathaway to go with the rest of the sheep, but I still have a gut Sally Field will win. Helen Hunt can rest assure she’s probably the third filler, welcome back to the party. I still stand by her 1997 Best Actress win and think she whole-heartily deserved every accolade given to her. But that’s another blog. Two slots left. Next is Amy Adams. SAG nod or no SAG nod, Oscar voters love voting her in for the filler slots- and it will be her 4th. If they nominated her for Doubt, they’ll nominate her here- and at least this performance has won prestigious critical honors. I think of the three of them, Hoffman is the closest bet, but I say Adams makes it. One slot left and four ladies- Dench, Kidman, Smith, Dowd. I think Dowd would have been great had she campaigned herself for LEAD- and with a weak slate, she would have gnared the votes. The problem lies with the film- its very small, and its very hard for many to sit through. I say nay but I’ll yell Yay if she makes it. Dench would be a welcome addition, but she hasn’t shown up anywhere- and that means she would be a true left field inclusion. With a race this close, it’s too much to risk it. Between Nicole Kidman and Maggie Smith, I say Kidman- at least she DOES something a little more juicy with her role, and she managed a SAG nod- they usually don’t go for her. But Maggie Smith poses the biggest threat to bump her off. She may not do much in the movie, but this year was ALL about her everywhere else, and the academy likes them some Smith (she already has 2 Oscars).  

    Best Director
    Ben Affleck- Argo
    Kathryn Bigelow- Zero Dark Thirty
    Tom Hooper- Les Miserables
    Steven Spielberg- Lincoln
    Quentin Tarantino – Django Unchained

    Alt. Michael Haneke (Amour), Ang Lee (Life of Pi), Paul Thomas Anderson (The Master)

    I honestly think Tarantino will probably be snubbed here because his direction is more aimed at shock value and insanity vs. grounded reality. But it’s such a well made movie, so I’m keeping him based on my own personal favortism. I sadly can’t say the same for Mr. Hooper, who is only on here because they’ll love Les Mis and they love honoring directors like this. He is, as someone else wisely noted, the new Stephen Daldry. Affleck, Bigelow and Spielberg are competing to win it- the other slots are just an honor to be nominated club. I dropped Lee for Tarantino, because Lee can be hit and miss. But if they drop Lee, they may also opt for Haneke (think Mike Leigh nod for Vera Drake, 2004) or Anderson- who truly directs three unique performances to the edge. I think Spielberg will win his third, but they may MAY want to give Ben Affleck the gold- I don’t know what to say about Bigelow, it would be awesome if she took her second and be 2/2 and a woman at that, making history! 


    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Argo
    Les Miserables
    Lincoln
    The Sessions
    Silver Linings Playbook

    Best Original Screenplay
    Amour
    Django Unchained
    Looper
    The Master
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Score
    Argo
    Cloud Atlas
    Life Of Pi
    Lincoln
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Cinematography
    Life Of Pi
    Les Misérables
    Lincoln
    Skyfall
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Production Design
    Anna Karenina
    Les Miserables
    The Hobbit
    Life of Pi
    Lincoln

    Best Sound Mixing
    The Avengers
    The Dark Knight Rises

    Django Unchained
    Les Misérables
    Skyfall

    Best Sound Editing
    The Avengers
    The Dark Knight Rises

    Django Unchained
    Skyfall
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Costume Design
    Anna Karenina
    Django Unchained
    Les Misérables
    Lincoln
    Snow White and the Huntsman 

    Best Visual Effects
    Cloud Atlas
    The Dark Knight Rises
    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
    Life Of Pi
    Skyfall

    Best Editing
    Argo
    Django Unchained
    Les Misérables
    Lincoln
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Foreign Film
    A Royal Affair
    Amour
    The Intouchables
    Kon Tiki
    No

    Best Documentary Feature
    The Gatekeepers
    Bully
    The Invisible War
    Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence In The House Of God
    Searching For Sugar Man

    Best Original Song
    Freedom – Django Unchained
    Skyfall- Skyfall
    Pi’s Lullaby – Life of Pi
    Still Alive- Paul Williams: Still Alive
    Suddenly- Les Misérables

    Best Makeup/Hairstyling
    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
    Les Misérables
    Lincoln

    Best Animated Feature
    Brave
    Frankenweenie
    Le Tableau (The Painting)
    Rise of the Guardians
    Wreck-It Ralph

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    #82012

    I’ll revise my predictions one final time tomorrow. Reserved!

    Best Picture
    TBD

    Best Director
    TBD

    Best Actor
    TBD

    Best Actress
    TBD

    Best Supporting Actor
    TBD

    Best Supporting Actress
    TBD

    Best Original Screenplay
    TBD

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    TBD

    Best Animated Feature
    TBD

    Best Foreign Language Film
    TBD

    Best Documentary Feature
    TBD

    Best Film Editing
    TBD

    Best Cinematography
    TBD

    Best Production Design
    TBD

    Best Costume Design
    TBD

    Best Makeup and Hairstyling
    TBD

    Best Original Score
    TBD

    Best Original Song
    TBD

    Best Sound Editing
    TBD

    Best Sound Mixing
    TBD

    Best Visual Effects
    TBD

    Best Live Action Short Film
    TBD

    Best Animated Short Film
    TBD

    Best Documentary Short Subject
    TBD

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    #82013

    2012 ACADEMY AWARD
    NOMINATIONS
    January 10, 2013

    Best Picture

    ARGO

    DJANGO UNCHAINED

    LES MISERABLES

    LIFE OF PI

    LINCOLN

    MOONRISE KINGDOM

    SILVER LININGS
    PLAYBOOK

    ZERO DARK THIRTY

    Best Director
    Ben Affleck, ARGO
    Ang Lee, LIFE OF PI
    Steven Spielberg,
    LINCOLN
    David O. Russell, SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK
    Kathryn Bigelow, ZERO
    DARK THIRTY

    Best Actor in a Leading Role
    Bradley Cooper,
    SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK
    Daniel Day-Lewis,
    LINCOLN
    John Hawkes, THE SESSIONS 
    Joaquin Phoenix, THE
    MASTER
    Denzel Washington,
    FLIGHT

    Best Actress in a Leading Role
    Jessica Chastain,
    ZERO DARK THIRTY
    Marion Cotillard,
    RUST & BONE
    Jennifer Lawrence,
    SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK
    Emmanuelle Riva, AMOUR
    Naomi Watts, THE
    IMPOSSIBLE

    Best Actor in a Supporting Role
    Alan Arkin, ARGO
    Robert DeNiro, SILVER
    LININGS PLAYBOOK
    Tommy Lee Jones,
    LINCOLN
    Phillip Seymour Hoffman, THE MASTER
    Ewan McGregor,
    THE IMPOSSIBLE

    Best Actress in a Supporting Role
    Amy Adams, THE MASTER
    Ann Dowd, COMPLIANCE
    Sally Field, LINCOLN
    Anne Hathaway, LES
    MISERABLES
    Helen Hunt, THE
    SESSIONS 

    Best Animated Feature
    BRAVE
    FRANKENWEENIE
    PARANORMAN
    THE RABBI’S CAT
    WRECK-IT RALPH

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    ARGO
    BEASTS OF THE
    SOUTHERN WILD
    LINCOLN
    THE PERKS OF BEING A
    WALLFLOWER
    SILVER LININGS
    PLAYBOOK

    Best Original Screenplay
    AMOUR
    THE MASTER
    MIDDLE OF NOWHERE
    MOONRISE KINGDOM
    ZERO DARK THIRTY

    Best Cinematography
    BEASTS OF THE
    SOUTHERN WILD
    LIFE OF PI
    LINCOLN
    SKYFALL
    ZERO DARK THIRTY

    Best Costume Design
    ANNA KARENINA
    LES MISERABLES
    LINCOLN
    MIRROR, MIRROR
    SNOW WHITE AND THE
    HUNTSMAN

    Best Film Editing
    ARGO
    LES MISERABLES
    LIFE OF PI
    LINCOLN
    ZERO DARK THIRTY

    Best Makeup & Hairstyling
    LES MISERABLES
    LINCOLN
    THE HOBBIT: AN
    UNEXPECTED JOURNEY

    Best Original Score
    ANNA KARENINA
    BEASTS OF THE
    SOUTHERN WILD
    LIFE OF PI
    LINCOLN
    ZERO DARK THIRTY 

    Best Original Song
    “FREEDOM,” DJANGO
    UNCHAINED
     “LEARN ME RIGHT,” BRAVE
    “SKYFALL,” SKYFALL
    “STILL ALIVE,” PAUL
    WILLIAMS IS STILL ALIVE
    “SUDDENLY,” LES
    MISERABLES

    Best Production Design
    ANNA KARENINA
    CLOUD ATLAS
    LES MISERABLES
    LINCOLN
    THE MASTER

    Best Sound Editing
    THE AVENGERS
    THE DARK KNIGHT RISES
    LES MISERABLES
    SKYFALL
    ZERO DARK THIRTY

    Best Sound Mixing
    THE DARK KNIGHT RISES
    LES MISERABLES
    LIFE OF PI
    SKYFALL
    ZERO DARK THIRTY

    Best Visual Effects
    THE AVENGERS
    CLOUD ATLAS
    THE
    DARK KNIGHT RISES
    THE
    HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY
    LIFE OF PI

     

     

     

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    #82014

    BEST PICTURE 
    Argo
    Lincoln
    Life of Pi
    Zero Dark Thirty
    Django Unchained
    Silver Linings Playbook
    Les Miserables

    BEST DIRECTOR
    Ben Affleck – Argo
    Steven Speilberg – Lincoln
    Ang Lee – Life of Pi
    Kathryn Bigelow – ZD30
    Quinten Tarantino – Django

    BEST ACTOR 
    Daniel Day Lewis – Lincoln
    Bradley Cooper – SLP
    Hugh Jackman – Les Mis
    John Hawkes – Sessions
    Dezel Washington – Flight

    BEST ACTRESS 
    Jennifer Lawrence – SLP
    Jessica Chastain – ZD30
    Naomi Watts – Impossible
    Marion Cottliard – Rust and Bone
    Helen Mirren -Hitchcock

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR 
    Leonardo DiCaprio – Django
    Tommy Lee Jones – Lincoln
    Alan Arkin – Argo
    Phillip Seymour Hoffman – Master
    Robert DeNiro – SLP

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS 
    Anne Hathaway – Les Miserables
    Sally Field – Lincoln
    Helen Hunt – Sessions
    Amy Adams – Master
    Judi Dench – Skyfall 

    BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY 
    Django Unchained
    ZD30
    Moonrise Kingdom
    Master 
    Looper

    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY 
    Argo
    Lincoln
    SLP
    Life of Pi
    Perks of Being a Wallflower 

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    #82015

    FINAL BEST PICTURE PREDICTIONS..
      lincoln
      silver linings playbook
      zero dark thirty
      argo
      les miserables
    filler….not needed but will get nominated
      life of pi
      beasts of the southern wild

    BEST DIRECTOR
       steven spielberg
      ben affleck
      kathryn bigelow
      ang lee
      tom hooper

    BEST ACTOR
       daniel day lewis
      bradley cooper
      john hawkes
      joaquin phoenix
      denzel washington
    yes..I am leaving out Hugh jackman

    BEST ACTRESS
      with all the posturing back and forth i am still
      going with the youngest and oldest ever..

      jessica chastain
      jennifer lawrence
      emmanuelle riva
      quvenzhane wallis
      marion cotillard
    sorry, no naomi watts

    BEST SUP. ACTOR
      tommy lee jones
      alan arkin
      robert de niro
      philip seymour hoffman
      dwight henry
    sorry django trash

    BEST SUP. ACTRESS
       anne hathaway
      helen hunt
      sally field
      amy adams
      maggie smith- best exotic marigold hotel

    BEST ORIG SCREENPLAY
       the master
      zero dark thirty
      amour
      moonrise kingdom
      django unchained

    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
      lincoln
      silver linings playbook
      argo
      beasts of the southern wild
      anna karenina

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    In Alphabetic not preferential order:

    Best Picture
    Amour
    Argo
    Django Unchained
    Les Misérables
    Lincoln
    Moonrise Kingdom
    The Sessions
    Silver Linings Playbook
    Skyfall
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Actor
    Bradley Cooper- Silver Linings Playbook
    Daniel Day-Lewis- Lincoln
    Jamie Foxx – Django Unchained
    John Hawkes- The Sessions
    Hugh Jackman- Les Miserables

    Best Actress
    Jessica Chastain- Zero Dark Thirty
    Marion Cotillard- Rust and Bone
    Jennifer Lawrence- Silver Linings Playbook
    Emmanuelle Riva – Amour
    Naomi Watts – The Impossible

    Best Supporting Actor
    Alan Arkin- Argo
    Tommy Lee Jones- Lincoln
    Matthew McConaughey – Magic Mike
    Eddie Redmayne – Les Miserables
    Christopher Waltz – Django Unchained

    Best Supporting Actress
    Ann Dowd – Compliance
    Sally Field – Lincoln
    Anne Hathaway- Les Misérables
    Helen Hunt- The Sessions
    Judi Dench – Skyfall

    Best Director
    Ben Affleck- Argo
    Kathryn Bigelow- Zero Dark Thirty
    Tom Hooper- Les Miserables
    Steven Spielberg- Lincoln
    Quentin Taratino – Django Unchained

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    Argo
    Life of Pi
    Lincoln
    The Sessions
    Silver Linings Playbook

    Best Original Screenplay
    Amour
    Django Unchained
    Looper
    Moonrise Kingdom
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Score
    Brave
    Cloud Atlas
    Life Of Pi
    Lincoln
    Beasts Of The Southern Wild

    Best Cinematography
    Life Of Pi
    Les Misérables
    Lincoln
    Skyfall
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Production Design
    Beasts of the Southern Wild
    Django Unchained
    The Hobbit
    Les Misérables
    Lincoln

    Best Sound Mixing
    The Dark Knight Rises
    Django Unchained
    Les Misérables
    Life of Pi
    Skyfall

    Best Sound Editing
    The Dark Knight Rises
    Django Unchained
    Les Miserables
    Skyfall
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Costume Design
    Anna Karenina
    Django Unchained
    The Hobbit
    Les Misérables
    Lincoln

    Best Visual Effects
    Cloud Atlas
    The Dark Knight
    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
    Life Of Pi
    Skyfall

    Best Editing
    Argo
    The Dark Knight Rises
    Les Misérables
    Lincoln
    Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Foreign Film
    A Royal Affair
    Amour
    The Intouchables
    Kon Tiki
    No

    Best Documentary Feature
    The Gatekeepers
    How To Survive A Plague
    The Invisible War
    Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence In The House Of God
    Searching For Sugar Man

    Best Original Song
    Learn Me Right – Brave
    Skyfall- Skyfall
    Song of the Misty Mountain – The Hobbit
    Still Alive- Paul Williams: Still Alive
    Suddenly- Les Misérables*

    Best Makeup/Hairstyling
    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
    Les Misérables
    Lincoln*

    Best Animated Feature
    Brave
    Frankenweenie
    Le Tableau (The Painting)
    Rise of the Guardians
    Wreck-It Ralph

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    #82017

    My final predix for the top 18 categories (excludes all shorts categories):

    BEST PICTURE
    BEST DIRECTOR
    ARGO SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK Kathryn Bigelow ZERO DARK THIRTY
    ZERO DARK THIRTY SKYFALL Ben Affleck ARGO
    THE MASTER DJANGO UNCHAINED Paul Thomas Anderson THE MASTER
    LIFE OF PI LES MISERABLES Ang Lee LIFE OF PI
    LINCOLN THE IMPOSSIBLE David O. Russell SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK
    BEST ACTOR BEST ACTRESS
    Daniel Day-Lewis LINCOLN Jessica Chastain ZERO DARK THIRTY
    Bradley Cooper SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK Jennifer Lawrence SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK
    Joaquin Phoenix THE MASTER Marion Cotillard RUST AND BONE
    Denzel Washington FLIGHT Naomi Watts THE IMPOSSIBLE
    Ben Affleck ARGO Hellen Mirren HITCHCOCK
    BEST SUPP. ACTOR
    BEST SUPP. ACTRESS
    Tomy Lee Jones LINCOLN Amy Adams THE MASTER
    Phillip Seymour Hoffman THE MASTER Sally Field LINCOLN
    Alan Arkin ARGO Anne Hathaway LES MISERABLES
    Christoph Waltz DJANGO UNCHAINED Judi Dench SKYFALL
    Javier Bardem SKYFALL Nicole Kidman THE PAPERBOY
    ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY ADAPTED SCREENPLAY FOREIGN FILM ANIMATED FEATURE
    ZERO DARK THIRTY ARGO AMOUR WRECK-IT-RALPH
    THE MASTER LINCOLN THE INTOUCHABLES BRAVE
    MOONRISE KINGDOM SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK NO THE PAINTING
    DJANGO UNCHAINED LIFE OF PI A ROYAL AFFAIR RISE OF THE GUARDIANS
    AMOUR PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER THE DEEP FRANKEENWEENIE
    FILM EDITING PRODUCTION DESIGN CINEMATOGRAPHY COSTUME DESIGN
    ARGO LIFE OF PI LIFE OF PI ANNA KARENINA
    ZERO DARK THIRTY ANNA KARENINA LINCOLN LES MISERABLES
    SKYFALL LES MISERABLES ANNA KARENINA DJANGO UNCHAINED
    LIFE OF PI THE IMPOSSIBLE SKYFALL LINCOLN
    LINCOLN DJANGO UNCHAINED LES MISERABLES THE MASTER
    SOUND MIXING SOUND EDITING VISUAL EFFECTS SCORE
    ARGO ZERO DARK THIRTY LIFE OF PI ARGO
    ZERO DARK THIRTY SKYFALL THE AVENGERS LINCOLN
    SKYFALL THE AVENGERS SKYFALL THE MASTER
    LES MISERABLES LIFE OF PI THE DARK KNIGHT RISES ANNA KARENINA
    LINCOLN THE DARK KNIGHT RISES CLOUD ATLAS LIFE OF PI
    SONG DOCUMENTARY MAKE UP & HAIR
    SKYFALL Skyfall SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN MEN IN BLACK 3
    LES MISERABLES Suddenly HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE LINCOLN
    DJANGO UNCHAINED 100 Black Coffins THE INVISIBLE WAR LES MISERABLES
    LIFE OF PI Pi’s Lullaby THIS IS NOT A FILM
    THE HUNGER GAMES Abraham’s Daughter THE IMPOSTER



     

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    #82018

    I’ll just put Best Actor for now

    Best Actor
    Daniel Day-Lewis (Lincoln) as Abraham Lincoln
    Hugh Jackman (Les Miserables) as Jean Valjean
    Denzel Washington (Flight) as Whip Whitaker
    Richard Gere (Arbitrage) as Robert Miller
    Bradley Cooper (Silver Linings Playbook) as Pat Solitano

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    #82019

    Best Picture

    Zero Dark Thirty
    Lincoln
    Argo
    Silver Linings Playbook
    Les Misérables
    Moonrise Kingdom
    The Master
    Django Unchained
    Life of Pi       

    (Skyfall, Amour, Beasts of the Southern Wild)
     
    Best Director

    Ang Lee – Life of Pi
    Steven Spielberg – Lincoln
    Ben Affleck – Argo
    Kathryn Bigelow – Zero Dark Thirty
    Quenton Tarantino – Django Unchained

    (Tom Hooper, David O’Russell)
     
    Best Actor

    Daniel Day-Lewis – Lincoln
    Joaquin Phoenix – The Master
    Bradley Cooper – Silver Linings Playbook
    Denzel Washington – Flight
    John Hawkes – The Sessions
     
    (Hugh Jackman, Tom Holland)
      
    Best Actress

    Jessica Chastain – Zero Dark Thirty
    Jennifer Lawrence – Silver Linings Playbook
    Naomi Watts – The Impossible
    Emmanuelle Riva – Amour
    Q. Wallis – Beasts of The Southern Wild

    (Marion Cotillard)
     
    Best Supporting Actor

    Phillip Seymour Hoffman – The Master
    Tommy Lee Jones – Lincoln   
    Robert De Niro – Silver Linings Playbook
    Matthew McConaughey – Magic Mike
    Javier Bardem – Skyfall

    (Christoph Waltz, Alan Arkin, Leonardo DiCaprio)
     
    Best Supporting Actress

    Anne Hathaway – Les Misérables
    Sally Field – Lincoln
    Judi Dench – Skyfall
    Helen Hunt – The Sessions
    Nicole Kidman – The Paperboy
                           
    (Maggie Smith, Amy Adams, Jacki Weaver, Ann Dowd)

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Silver Linings Playbook
    The Perks of Beings a Wallflower 
    Lincoln
    Life of Pi   
    Argo  

    Best Original Screenplay

    Moonrise Kingdom
    Zero Dark Thirty            
    Looper
    Amour
    The Master 
           

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    BEST PICTURE


    “Amour”


    “Argo”


    “The Dark Knight Rises”


    “Django Unchained”


    “Les Miserables”


    “Life of Pi”


    “Lincoln”


    “Moonrise Kingdom”


    “Silver Linings Playbook”


    “Zero Dark Thirty”


     


    BEST ACTOR


    Bradley Cooper, “Silver
    Linings Playbook”


    Daniel Day-Lewis, “Lincoln”


    John Hawkes, “The
    Sessions”


    Hugh Jackman, “Les
    Miserables”


    Denzel Washington, “Flight”


     


    BEST ACTRESS


    Jessica Chastain, “Zero
    Dark Thirty”


    Marion Cotillard, “Rust
    and Bone”


    Jennifer Lawrence, “Silver
    Linings Playbook”


    Emanuelle Riva, “Amour”


    Naomi Watts, “The
    Impossible”


     


    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR


    Alan Arkin, “Argo”


    Leonardo DiCaprio, “Django
    Unchained”


    Philip Seymour Hoffman, “The
    Master”


    Tommy Lee Jones, “Lincoln”


    Christoph Waltz, “Django
    Unchained”


     


    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS


    Amy Adams, “The Master”


    Ann Dowd, “Compliance”


    Sally Field, “Lincoln”


    Anne Hathaway, “Les
    Miserables”


    Helen Hunt, “The Sessions”


     


    BEST DIRECTOR


    Ben Affleck, “Argo”


    Kathryn Bigelow, “Zero
    Dark Thirty”


    Ang Lee, “Life of Pi”


    David O. Russell, “Silver
    Linings Playbook”


    Steven Spielberg, “Lincoln”


     


    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY


    “Argo”


    “Beasts of the Southern
    Wild”


    “Lincoln”


    “Perks of Being a
    Wallflower”


    “Silver Linings Playbook”


     


    BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY


    “Amour”


    “Django Unchained”


    “The Master”


    “Moonrise Kingdom”


    “Zero Dark Thirty”


     


    BEST ART DIRECTION


    “Anna Karenina”


    “Cloud Atlas”


    “The Hobbit: An
    Unexpected Journey”


    “Les Miserables”


    “Lincoln”


     


    BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY


    “The Dark Knight Rises”


    “Les Miserables”


    “Life of Pi”


    “Lincoln”


    “Zero Dark Thirty”


     


    BEST COSTUME DESIGN


    “Anna Karenina”


    “Great Expectations”


    “Les Miserables”


    “Lincoln”


    “Mirror Mirror”


     


    BEST EDITING


    “Argo”


    “Les Miserables”


    “Lincoln”


    “Skyfall”


    “Zero Dark Thirty”


     


    BEST MAKEUP


    “The Hobbit: An
    Unexpected Journey”


    “Les Miserables”


    “Lincoln”


     


    BEST SCORE


    “Anna Karenina”


    “Brave”


    “Life of Pi”


    “Lincoln”


    “Skyfall”


     


    BEST SONG


    “Learn Me Right,” “Brave”


    “Touch the Sky,” “Brave”


    “Skyfall,” “Skyfall”


    “Still Alive,” “Paul
    Williams: Still Alive”


    “Suddenly,” “Les
    Miserables”


     


    BEST SOUND EDITING


    “The Avengers”


    “The Dark Knight Rises”


    “Lincoln”


    “Skyfall”


    “Zero Dark Thirty”


     


    BEST SOUND MIXING


    “The Dark Knight Rises”


    “Les Miserables”


    “Lincoln”


    “Skyfall”


    “Zero Dark Thirty”


     


    BEST VISUAL EFFECTS


    “The Avengers”


    “Cloud Atlas”


    “The Dark Knight Rises”


    “The Hobbit: An
    Unexpected Journey”


    “Life of Pi”


     


    BEST ANIMATED FEATURE


    “Brave”


    “Frankenweenie”


    “The Painting”


    “ParaNorman”


    “Wreck-It Ralph”


     


    BEST SHORT SUBJECT- LIVE
    ACTION


    “Curfew”


    “Death of a Shadow”


    “Kiruna-Kigali”


    “The Night Shift Belongs
    to the Stars”


    “When You Find Me”


     


    BEST SHORT SUBJECT-
    ANIMATED


    “Adam and Dog”


    “Dripped”


    “Fall of the House of
    Usher”


    “Paperman”


    “Tram”


     


    BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE


    “The Gatekeepers”


    “The House I Live In”


    “How to Survive a Plague”


    “The Invisible War”


    “Mea Maxima Culpa Silence
    in the House of God”


     


    BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT
    SUBJECT


    “Education of Mohammad
    Hussein”


    “Mondays at Racine”


    “Open Heart”


    “Paraiso”


    “Redemption”


     


    BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE
    FILM


    “Amour”


    “Beyond the Hills”


    “The Intouchables”


    “Kon-Tiki”


    “A Royal Affair”


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    #82021

    Here are my predictions

    Best Picture (I’m going with 10, although I think we’ll end up with 7 or 8 films)
    * Argo
    * Beasts of the Southern Wild
    *Django Unchained
    *Les Miserables 
    *Life of Pi 
    *Lincoln 
    *The Master
    *Silver Linings Playbook
    *Skyfall
    *Zero Dark Thirty

    Best Actor

    • Bradley Cooper, Silver Linings Playbook
    • John Hawkes, The Sessions 
    • Hugh Jackman, Les Miserables 
    • Daniel Day Lewis, Lincoln
    • Denzel Washington, Flight 

    Spoilers: Joaquin Phoenix (The Master)/ Jamie Foxx (Django Unchained)/ Anthony Hopkins (Hitchcock)

    Best Actress

    • Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty 
    • Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook
    • Emmanuelle Riva, Amour 
    • Quvenzhane Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild 
    • Naomi Watts, The Impossible 

    Spoilers: Emayatzy Corinealdi (Middle of Nowhere) *fingers cross this happens!*/ Marion Colltiard (Rust & Bone)/ Helen Mirren (Hitchcock)

    Best Supporting Actor

    • Leonardo DiCaprio, Django Unchained 
    • Dwight Henry, Beasts of the Southern Wild (Longshot I know lol)
    • Phillip Seymour Hoffman, The Master
    • Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln
    • Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained 

    Spoilers: Robert De Niro (Silver Linings Playbook)/ Alan Arkin (Argo)/ Samuel L. Jackson (Django Unchained)

    Best Supporting Actress

    • Amy Adams, The Master
    • Sally Field, Lincoln
    • Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables 
    • Helen Hunt, The Sessions 
    • Kerry Washington, Django Unchained  


    Spoilers: Ann Dowd (Compliance)/ Judi Dench (Skyfall)/ Nicole Kidman (The Paperboy)

    Best Director

    • Ben Affleck, Argo 
    • Kathryn Bigelow, Zero Dark Thirty 
    • Ang Lee, Life of Pi
    • Steven Speilberg, Lincoln 
    • Quentin Tarantino, Django Unchained 

    Spoilers: Behn Zeitilin (Beasts of the Southern Wild)/ Thomas Hooper (Les Miserables)/ Paul Thomas Anderson (The Master)

    Best Original Screenplay

    • Middle of Nowhere
    • Moonrise Kingdom
    • Django Unchained
    • Zero Dark Thirty
    •  The Master

    Best Adapated Screenplay

    • Perks of Being a Wallflower
    • Silver Linings Playbook
    • Beasts of the Southern Wild
    • Argo 
    • Lincoln  

    Best Original Song

    • “Who Did That to You”/ Django Unchained
    • “For You”/ Act of Valor
    • “Learn Me Right”/ Brave
    • “Skyfall”/ Skyfall
    • “Suddenly”/ Les Miserables 






     

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    85TH ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS FINAL PREDICTIONS

    Picture

    “Argo”

    “Beasts of the Southern Wild”

    “Django Unchained”

    “Les Misérables”

    “Life of Pi”

    “Lincoln”

    “Silver Linings Playbook”

    “Zero Dark Thirty”

    Director

    Ben Affleck, “Argo”

    Kathryn Bigelow, “Zero Dark Thirty”

    Tom Hooper, “Les Misérables”

    Ang Lee, “Life of Pi”

    Steven Spielberg, “Lincoln”

    Lead Actor

    Bradley Cooper, “Silver Linings Playbook”

    Daniel Day-Lewis, “Lincoln”

    John Hawkes, “The Sessions”

    Hugh Jackman, “Les Misérables”

    Denzel Washington, “Flight”

    Lead Actress

    Jessica Chastain, “Zero Dark Thirty”

    Jennifer Lawrence, “Silver Linings Playbook”

    Emmanuelle Riva, “Amour”

    Quvenzhane Wallis, “Beasts of the Southern Wild”

    Naomi Watts, “The Impossible”

    Supporting Actor

    Alan Arkin, “Argo”

    Robert DeNiro, “Silver Linings Playbook”

    Leonardo DiCaprio, “Django Unchained”

    Philip Seymour Hoffman, “The Master”

    Tommy Lee Jones, “Lincoln”

    Supporting Actress

    Sally Field, “Lincoln”

    Anne Hathaway, “Les Misérables”

    Helen Hunt, “The Sessions”

    Nicole Kidman, “The Paperboy”

    Maggie Smith, “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”

    Adapted Screenplay

    Chris Terrio, “Argo”

    Benh Zeitlin, Lucy Alibar, “Beasts of the Southern Wild”

    David Magee, “Life of Pi”

    Tony Kushner, “Lincoln”

    David O. Russell, “Silver Linings Playbook”

    Original Screenplay

    Michael Haneke, “Amour”

    Quentin Tarantino, “Django Unchained”

    Paul Thomas Anderson, “The Master”

    Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola, “Moonrise Kingdom”

    Mark Boal, “Zero Dark Thirty”

    Animated Film

    “Brave”

    “Frankenweenie”

    “ParaNorman”

    “The Rabbi’s Cat”

    “Wreck-It-Ralph”

    Documentary Film

    “The Gatekeepers”

    “How to Survive a Plague”

    “Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God”

    “Searching for Sugar Man”

    “This Is Not a Film”

    Foreign Language Film

    “Amour” (Austria)

    “War Witch” (Canada)

    “A Royal Affair” (Denmark)

    “The Intouchables” (France)

    “Kon-Tiki” (Norway)

    Animated Short

    “Adam & Dog”

    “The Fall of the House of Usher”

    “Maggie Simpson in ‘The Longest Daycare’”

    “Paperman”

    “Tram”

    Documentary Short

    “The Education of Mohammad Hussein”

    “Inocente”

    “Mondays at Racine”

    “Open Heart”

    “Redemption”

    Live Action Short

    “A Fábrica [The Factory]”

    “Asad”

    “Death of a Shadow [Dood van een Schaduw]”

    “9meter”

    “when you find me”

    Art Direction/Production Design

    Thomas Brown, Sarah Greenwood, “Anna Karenina”

    Peter Borck, Deniz Göktürk, & Sharon Seymour, “Argo”

    Simon Bright, Dan Hennah, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”

    Grant Armstrong, Eve Stewart, “Les Misérables”

    Curt Beach, Jim Erickson, & Peter T. Frank, “Lincoln”

    Cinematography

    Robert Richardson, “Django Unchained”

    Danny Cohen, “Les Misérables”

    Claudio Miranda, “Life of Pi”

    Janusz Kaminski, “Lincoln”

    Roger Deakins, “Skyfall”

    Costume Design

    Jacqueline Durran, “Anna Karenina”

    Sharen Davis, “Django Unchained”

    Paco Delgado, “Les Misérables”

    Joanna Johnston, “Lincoln”

    Manon Rasmussen, “A Royal Affair”

    Film Editing

    William Goldenberg, “Argo”

    Fred Raskin, “Django Unchained”

    Melanie Oliver, Chris Dickens, “Les Misérables”

    Michael Kahn, “Lincoln”

    William Goldenberg, Dylan Tichenor, “Zero Dark Thirty”

    Makeup/Hairstyling

    “Hitchcock”

    “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”

    “Lincoln”

    Original Score

    Dario Marianelli, “Anna Karenina”

    Alexandre Desplat, “Argo”

    Mychael Danna, “Life of Pi”

    John Williams, “Lincoln”

    Jonny Greenwood, “The Master”

    Original Song

    “Learn Me Right” (“Brave”)

    “Abraham’s Daughter” (“The Hunger Games”)

    “Suddenly” (“Les Misérables”)

    “Skyfall” (“Skyfall”)

    “Everybody Needs a Best Friend” (“Ted”)

    Sound Editing

    “The Avengers”

    “The Dark Knight Rises”

    “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”

    “Les Misérables”

    “Zero Dark Thirty”

    Sound Mixing

    “Cloud Atlas”

    “The Dark Knight Rises”

    “Les Misérables”

    “Life of Pi”

    “Zero Dark Thirty”

    Visual Effects

    “The Avengers”

    “Cloud Atlas”

    “The Dark Knight Rises”

    “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”

    “Life of Pi” 

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    PICTURE:
    1. Argo
    2. Lincoln
    3. Les Miserables
    4. Zero Dark Thirty
    5. Silver Linings Playbook
    6. Life of Pi
    7. Django Unchained
    8. The Master
    9. Beasts of the Southern Wild
    10. Skyfall

    DIRECTOR:
    1. Ben Affleck
    2. Steven Spielberg
    3. Kathryn bigelow
    4. Tom Hooper
    5. Paul Thomas Anderson

    ACTOR:
    1. Daniel Day Lewis
    2. Hugh Jackman
    3. Bradley Cooper
    4. Joaquin Phoenix
    5. Denzel Washington

    ACTRESS:
    1. Jennifer Lawrence
    2. Jessica Chastain
    3. Naomi Watts
    4. Emmanuelle Riva
    5. Quvenzhane Wallis

    SUPPORTING ACTOR:
    1. Leonardo DiCaprio
    2. Philip Seymour Hoffman
    3. Tommy Lee Jones
    4. Robert DeNiro
    5. Alan Arkin

    SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
    1. Anne Hathaway
    2. Sally Field
    3. Helen Hunt
    4. Amy Adams
    5. Maggie Smith

    ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY:
    1. The Master
    2. Zero Dark Thirty
    3. Django Unchained
    4. Moonrise Kingdom
    5. Amour

    ADAPTED SCREENPLAY:
    1. Argo
    2. Lincoln
    3. Silver Linings Playbook
    4. Life of Pi
    5. Beasts of the Southern Wild

    ANIMATED:
    1. The Painting
    2. Frankenweenie
    3. Brave
    4. Wreck It Ralph
    5. Paranorman

    FOREIGN:
    1. Amour
    2. The Intouchables
    3. No
    4. Royal Affair
    5. Behind the Hills

    DOCUMENTARY:
    1. Searching for Sugar Man
    2. How to Survive a Plague
    3. The Gatekeepers
    4. Mea Maxima
    5. Bully

    PRODUCTION DESIGN:
    1. Les Miserables
    2. Lincoln
    3. Anna Karenina
    4. Life of Pi
    5. Django Unchained

    CINEMATOGRAPHY:
    1. Life of Pi
    2. The Master
    3. Lincoln
    4. Les Miserables
    5. Skyfall

    COSTUME:
    1. Les Miserables
    2. Lincoln
    3. Anna Karenina
    4. Django Unchained
    5. Mirror Mirror

    EDITING:
    1. Argo
    2. Zero Dark Thirty
    3. Lincoln
    4. Les Miserables
    5. Life of Pi

    MAKE-UP:
    1. Lincoln
    2. The Hobbit
    3. Les Miserables

    SCORE:
    1. The Master
    2. Lincoln
    3. Life of Pi
    4. Anna Karenina
    5. Argo

    SONG:
    1. Suddenly- Les Miserables
    2. Skyfall- Adele
    3. Paul Williams- Still alive
    4. Everybody Needs a Friend- Ted
    5. Anacora Qui- Django Unchained

    SOUND EDITING:
    1. Les Miserables
    2. Zero Dark Thirty
    3. Skyfall
    4. Life of Pi
    5. Django Unchained

    SOUND MIXING:
    1. Les Miserables
    2. Zero Dark Thirty
    3. Skyfall
    4. Life of Pi
    5. Django Unchained

    VISUAL EFFECTS:
    1. Life of Pi
    2. The Hobbit
    3. Skyfall
    4. Cloud Atlas
    5. The Avengers

                                                                                                                                                          

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    #82024

    My Best Picture predictions will be preferentially numbered, since we
    don’t know how many slots voters will call for. My acting and screenplay
    nods, however, will be listed alphabetically.

    BEST PICTURE
    1. Lincoln
    2. Zero Dark Thirty
    3. Argo
    4. Silver Linings Playbook
    5. Django Unchained
    6. Life of Pi
    7. Les Miserables
    8. Beasts of the Southern Wild
    9. Moonrise Kingdom
    10. The Master

    I’m going to say we get 9 slots, with “Moonrise Kingdom” rounding out the lot.

    BEST DIRECTOR
    Ben Affleck, “Argo”
    Kathryn Bigelow, “Zero Dark Thirty”
    Tom Hooper, “Les Miserables”
    Ang Lee, “Life of Pi”
    Steven Spielberg, “Lincoln”

    It hurts to bet against Tarantino here,
    and I hope I’m wrong about him being snubbed. Honestly, David O. Russell
    has a much better chance of making this category than people are giving
    him credit for. My guess? He replaces Hooper if I’m wrong.

    BEST ACTOR
    Daniel Day-Lewis, “Lincoln”
    John Hawkes, “The Sessions”
    Hugh Jackman, “Les Miserables”
    Joaquin Phoenix, “The Master”
    Denzel Washington, “Flight”

    If Phoenix is left out, it will be ridiculous; his harsh words will be the only reason the Academy went against him. In that case, Bradley Cooper will make the list.

    BEST ACTRESS
    Jessica Chastain, “Zero Dark Thirty”
    Marion Cotillard, “Rust and Bone”
    Jennifer Lawrence, “Silver Linings Playbook”
    Quvenzhane Wallis, “Beasts of the Southern Wild”
    Naomi Watts, “The Impossible”

    After seeing “Amour,” I realize just how heartbreaking but understated Riva’s performance is. If it is between her and Cotillard, as I don’t think two foreign language performances will be nominated here, I’m going with the baitier Cotillard.

    SUPPORTING ACTOR
    Alan Arkin, “Argo”
    Robert De Niro, “Silver Linings Playbook”
    Leonardo DiCaprio, “Django Unchained”
    Philip Seymour Hoffman, “The Master”
    Tommy Lee Jones, “Lincoln”

    SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    Amy Adams, “The Master”
    Sally Field, “Lincoln”
    Anne Hathaway, “Les Miserables”
    Helen Hunt, “The Sessions”
    Nicole Kidman, “The Paperboy”

    Maggie Smith and Samantha Barks might get in, but I’m not buying either.

    ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
    “Amour,” by Michael Haneke
    “Django Unchained”
    “The Master,” by Paul Thomas Anderson
    “Moonrise Kingdom,” by Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola
    “Zero Dark Thirty,” by Mark Boal

    ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
    “Argo,” by Chris Terrio
    “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” by Behn Zetlin, Lucy Alibar
    “Lincoln,” by Tony Kushner
    “The Sessions,” by Ben Lewin
    “Silver Linings Playbook,” by David O. Russell

    BEST ANIMATED FEATURE
    “Brave”
    “Frankenweenie”
    “ParaNorman”
    “The Rabbi’s Cat”
    “Wreck-it Ralph”

    BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
    “The Gatekeepers”
    “How to Survive a Plague”
    “The Invisible War”
    “Mea Maxima Culpa”
    “Searching for Sugarman”

    BEST FOREIGN FILM
    “Amour”
    “A Royal Affair”
    “Beyond the Hills”
    “The Intouchables”
    “No”

    ART DIRECTION
    “Anna Karenina”
    “Argo”
    “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”
    “Les Miserables”
    “Lincoln”

    CINEMATOGRAPHY
    “Les Miserables”
    “Life of Pi”
    “Lincoln”
    “Skyfall”
    “Zero Dark Thirty”

    EDITING
    “Argo”
    “Django Unchained”
    “Lincoln”
    “Skyfall”
    “Zero Dark Thirty”

    COSTUME DESIGN
    “Anna Karenina”
    “Django Unchained”
    “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”
    “Les Miserables”
    “Lincoln”

    MAKEUP
    “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”
    “Les Miserables”
    “Lincoln”

    BEST ORIGINAL SONG
    Brave, “Touch the Sky”
    Les Miserables, “Suddenly”
    Paul Williams, “Still Alive”
    Skyfall, “Skyfall”
    Ted, “Everybody Needs a Best Friend”

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
    “Anna Karenina”
    “Argo”
    “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”
    “Life of Pi”
    “Lincoln”

    SOUND EDITING
    “The Avengers”
    “The Dark Knight Rises”
    “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”
    “Les Miserables”
    “Zero Dark Thirty”

    SOUND MIXING
    “The Dark Knight Rises”
    “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”
    “Les Miserables”
    “Skyfall”
    “Zero Dark Thirty”

    VISUAL EFFECTS
    “The Avengers”
    “Cloud Atlas”
    “The Dark Knight Rises”
    “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”
    “Life of Pi”

    “The
    Impossible” really deserves to be here, though, for creating what I
    think is one of the greatest natural disasters in motion picture
    history. It looks seamlessly realistic.

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