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  • BenitoDelicias
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    #44760

    Didn’t see a thread for this…

    Best Feature
    50/50
    Beginners
    Drive
    Take Shelter
    The Artist
    The Descendants


    Best Director category:

    Mike Mills (Beginners)
    Nicholas W Refn ( Drive)
    Jeff Nichols (Take Shelter)
    Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist)
    Alexander Payne (The Descendants)

    Best Int’l Film:
    A Separation
    Melancholia
    Shame
    The Kid With a Bike
    Tyrannosaur


    Best Male Lead:

    Demian Bichir (A Better Life)
    Jean Dujardin (The Artist)
    Ryan Gosling (Drive)
    Woody Harrelson (Rampart)
    Michael Shannon (Take Shelter)

    Best Female Lead:
    Lauren Ambrose (Think of Me)
    Rachel Harris (Natural Selection)
    Adepero Oduye (Pariah)
    Elizabeth Olsen (Martha Marcy May Marlene)
    Michelle Williams (My Week with Marilyn)

    Best Supp Male:
    Albert Brooks (Drive)
    John Hawkes (Martha Marcy May Marlene)
    Christopher Plummer (Beginners)
    John C. Reilly (Cedar Rapids)
    Corey SToll (Midnight in Paris)

    Best Supp. Female:
    Jessica Chastain (Take Shelter)
    Angelica Huston (50/50)
    Janet McTeer (Albert Nobbs)
    Harmony Santana (Gun Hll Road)
    Shaileen Woodley (The Descendants)

    Best Doc:
    An African Selection
    Bill Cunningham New York
    The Interrupters
    The Redemption of General Butt Naked,
    We Were Here

    Best Screenplay:
    Joseph Cedar (FootNote)
    Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist)
    Tom McCarthy (win win))
    Mike Mills (beginners)
    Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon & Jim Rash (The Descendants)

    Best 1st Screenplay
    Mike Cahill & Brit Marling (Another Earth)
    J.C. Chandor (Margin Call)
    Patrick DeWitt (terri)
    Phil Johnston (Cedar Rapids)
    Will Reiser (50/50)

    Best Cinematography:
    Joel Hodge (Bellflower)
    Benjamin Kuh-Sulk (The Off Hours)
    Darius Kond-Jee (Midnight in Paris)
    Gui-omme Shiffman (The Artist)
    Jeffrey Waldron (The Dynamiter)

    John Cassavetes Award (films made for under $500,000):
    Bellflower
    Circumstance,
    Hello Lonesome
    Pariah
    The Dynamiter

    Best First Feature:
    Another Earth
    In The Family
    Margin Call
    Martha Marcy May Marlene
    Natural Selection 

    Robert Altman Award for one film’s director, casting director and ensemble: Margin Call

    Taken from Awards Daily. 

     

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    BenitoDelicias
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    #44762

    They didn’t nominate Glenn Close for Albert Nobbs (only one nomination for Janet McTeer)

    George Clooney is also snubbed

    Midnight in Paris almost shut out. 

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    ENGLAND
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    #44763

    I don’t get why Dominic Cooper for The Devil’s Double was not nominated here.

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    Irishmovielover4ever
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    #44764

    I guess that the descandents is that asloved as we all thought, I mean no win for George Clooney at NYCC and no nom at Indie Spirits

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    Junk
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    #44765

    Surprised by the Midnight in Paris! and Glenn Close and George Clooney snubs. Woody Allen didn’t even get noinated for Screenplay! And also surprised by the unenthusiastic rection from this and Gotham awards towards MMMM. I guess we should start removing it from our predictions lists.
    Really happy to see Stoll getting nominated!

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    the spotless mind
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    #44766

    Between these and the NYFCC award for Brooks, this has been a great day for Drive. I wish I thought it could last, but I’m thrilled to at least have one day to celebrate.

    Corey Stoll is all kinds of awesome. Loved him in Midnight in Paris. He’d be on my personal ballot, so far.  

    Wish Gordon-Levitt had made it for 50/50 or Ewan McGregor for Beginners, but that’s a solid grouping for Best Actor. Maybe Clooney wasn’t independent enough for them.

     

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    blueprint
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    #44767

    Lauren Ambrose huh?!

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    babypook
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    #44768

    I could have sworn there is a budget restriction for these awards. This could be why some films didnt make the list of nominees.

    I’ll have to check it out.

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    Scottferguson
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    #44769

    I don’t get why Dominic Cooper for The Devil’s Double was not nominated here.

    Not eligible since it was a Belgium-Netherlands coproduction with zero American ties.

    It’s the same reason Colin Firth wasn’t eligible last year – this is for best American independent films, not best English-language independent films.

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    DD
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    #44770

    There were A LOT of snubs here (and with the NYFCC). So far awards season isn’t as predictable as I thought it’d be. Let’s hope it continues.

    I have no idea how the Spirits are going to vote this year. Will there be one film that sweeps? (I doubt it).

    It seems like every category has 2-3 nominees that have strong shots of winning.

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    Tye-Grr
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    Looks like between this and NYFCC, it was a good morning for ‘Drive’ in general, especially Brooks. I’m bummed that JGL was snubbed for ’50/50′, though, as I really thought he’d be a sure thing. Happy that ’50/50′ received noms for Best Feature and First Screenplay for Will Reiser which was well deserved, and that somewhat surprising nod for Anjelica Huston. And despite ‘MMMM’ getting several snubs, I’m very happy that it received noms for Olsen and Hawkes.

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    babypook
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    #44772

    what a terrific supporting actor lineup.

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    Cordell Martin
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    I’m excited for Dee Rees, Adepero Oduye & Harmony Santana nominations. 

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    babypook
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    #44774

    Well, I’ll take a shot at “Melancholia” being in the International Film race.

    I hope von Trier wakes up from his self-induced coma and makes a film like “Independence Day”. No worries; he can cast an entire crew of depressed Will Smiths.
    I’m not particularly anxious to see ANY clips at Oscar for this film, and I hope this animal-abusing, self-stroking director has a different kind of revelation about life, and himself.

    Lol! So I detest this guy’s work.

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    jamesgray
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    #44775

    Especially surprised to see no love for Swinton or Dunst. Hmm…

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