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  • Chris Beachum
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    By popular demand, you can now vote for the Oscars 2013 Dream Ballot. Go to the predictions center and look for the button that has that name.

    For each of the categories, you make your favorite selection among this year’s nominees. You become your own Oscar voter and pick the best of the best.

    If you are looking for a way to nominate and reward people not nominated for the Oscars, we encourage you to vote for the 2013 Gold Derby Film Awards (also available in the predictions center). You only have a few more days to make your nominations among hundreds of contenders in all the same categories.

    Use this thread to FYC your favorites.

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    CanadianFan
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    #136009

    FYC: Wolf of Wall Street, Leo, Before Midnight, The Act of Killing, Her

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    Tom_Scavo
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    #136010

    FYC: Gravity in all categories including Best Picture

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    cmhbuck
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    #136012

    FYC:  Anyone but Leo

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    Riley
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    I thought that this Dream Ballot would be like the one in the predictions center for the Emmys, in which you could fill out your ballot with even those who were not nominated.  This is fine too, but I must unveil my own dream ballot in which I decide the nominees in addition to the winners.  Let me know what you think!

     THEDEMONHOG AWARDS FOR 2013 FILMS:

    Best Picture:

    • Catching Fire: Nina Jacobson & Jon Kilik
    • Frozen: Peter Del Vecho
    • The Great Gatsby: Baz Luhrmann & Catherine Martin & Douglas Wick & Lucy Fisher & Catherine Knapman
    • Mud: Sarah Green & Aaron Ryder & Lisa Maria Falcone
    • The Wolf of Wall Street: Emma Koskoff & Joey McFarland & Martin Scorsese & Leonardo DiCaprio

    Best Director:

    • Catching Fire: Francis Lawrence
    • The Great Gatsby: Baz Luhrmann
    • Inside Llewyn Davis: Joel & Ethan Coen
    • Spring Breakers: Harmony Korine
    • The Wolf of Wall Street: Martin Scorsese

    Best Screenplay:

    • Frozen: Jennifer Lee & Chris Buck & Shane Morris
    • The Hunt: Tobias Lindholm & Thomas Vinterberg
    • Philomena: Steve Coogan & Jeff Pope
    • This is the End: Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg
    • The Wolf of Wall Street: Terence Winter

    Best Leading Actor:

    • Captain Phillips: Tom Hanks
    • The Great Gatsby: Leonardo DiCaprio
    • Inside Llewyn Davis: Oscar Isaac
    • The Spectacular Now: Miles Teller
    • The Wolf of Wall Street: Leonardo DiCaprio

    Best Leading Actress:

    • American Hustle: Amy Adams
    • August: Osage County: Meryl Streep
    • Blue is the Warmest Color: Adèle Exarchopoulos
    • Blue Jasmine: Cate Blanchett
    • Catching Fire: Jennifer Lawrence

    Best Supporting Actor:

    • The Great Gatsby: Joel Edgerton
    • Mud: Matthew McConaughey
    • Spring Breakers: James Franco
    • This is the End: Danny McBride
    • The Wolf of Wall Street: Jonah Hill

    Best Supporting Actress:

    • American Hustle: Jennifer Lawrence
    • Blue is the Warmest Color: Léa Seydoux
    • Her: Scarlett Johansson
    • The Spectacular Now: Shailene Woodley
    • The Wolf of Wall Street: Margot Robbie

    Best Casting:

    • American Hustle: Mary Vernieu & Lindsay Graham
    • The Internship: Julie Ashton
    • Rush: Nina Gold
    • The Spectacular Now: Angela Demo & Barbara J. McCarthy
    • The Wolf of Wall Street: Ellen Lewis

    Best Cinematography:

    • The Great Gatsby: Simon Duggan
    • Only God Forgives: Larry Smith
    • The Place Beyond the Pines: Sean Bobbitt
    • Rush: Anthony Dod Mantle
    • To the Wonder: Emmanuel Lubezki

    Best Costumes, Hairstyling & Makeup:

    • American Hustle: Michael Wilkinson & Evelyne Noraz & Lori McCoy-Bell
    • The Butler: Ruth E. Carter & Debra Denson & Matthew Mungle & Clinton Wayne
    • The Great Gatsby: Catherine Martin & Maurizio Silvi & Kerry Warn
    • 12 Years a Slave: Patricia Norris & Adruitha Lee & Ma Kalaadevi Ananda
    • World War Z: Mayes C. Rubeo & Frances Hannon & Marc Coulier

    Best Editing:

    • Gravity: Alfonso Cuarón & Mark Sanger
    • Only God Forgives: Matthew Newman
    • Rush: Daniel P. Hanley & Mike Hill
    • Spring Breakers: Douglas Crise
    • The Wolf of Wall Street: Thelma Schoonmaker

    Best Music:

    • The Great Gatsby: Craig Armstrong & Jay-Z & The Bullitts
    • Her: William Butler & Owen Pallett
    • Inside Llewyn Davis: T-Bone Burnett & Marcus Mumford
    • Only God Forgives: Cliff Martinez
    • Rush: Hans Zimmer

    Best Production Design:

    • Catching Fire: Philip Messina & Larry Dias & John Collins
    • Her: K.K. Barrett & Gene Serdena & Austin Gorg
    • The Great Gatsby: Catherine Martin & Beverley Dunn & Ian Gracie
    • Iron Man 3: Bill Brzeski & Danielle Berman & Desma Murphy
    • 12 Years a Slave: Adam Stockhausen & Alice Baker & David Stein

    Best Sound:

    • All is Lost: Steve Boeddeker & Richard Hymns & Brandon Proctor & Micah Bloomberg & Gillian Arthur
    • Frozen: Odin Benitez & Angelo Palazzo & Gabriel Guy
    • Gravity: Glenn Freemantle & Niv Adiri & Ben Barker & Chris Munro
    • Inside Llewyn Davis: Skip Lievsay & Peter F. Kurland & Greg Orloff
    • Spring Breakers: Aaron Glascock & Byron Wilson & Alex Altman

    Best Stunt Coordination or Choreography:

    • Bad Grandpa: Charles Grisham
    • The Desolation of Smaug: Glenn Boswell & Terry Notary & Steven McMichael
    • The Grandmaster: Woo-Ping Yuen
    • Lone Survivor: Kevin Scott
    • Rush: Franklin Henson

    Best Visual & Special Effects:

    • The Desolation of Smaug: Joe Letteri & Eric Saindon & David Clayton & Eric Reynolds & Wily Tyïght
    • Gravity: Tim Webber & Richard McBride & Neil Corbould & Manex Efrem
    • The Great Gatsby: Chris Godfrey & Prue Fletcher & Joyce Cox & Jayne Herrmann & Lloyd Finnemore
    • Iron Man 3: Christopher Townsend & Dan Sudick
    • World War Z: Scott Farrar & Robin Saxen & Andy Jones & Neil Corbould & David Watkins


    16 categories:

    1. The Great Gatsby: 9 nominations, 4 wins
    2. The Wolf of Wall Street: 8 nominations, 6 wins
    3. Rush: 5 nominations
    4. Catching Fire: 4 nominations, 1 win
    5. Spring Breakers: 4 nominations, 1 win
    6. Inside Llewyn Davis: 4 nominations
    7. American Hustle: 4 nominations
    8. The Spectacular Now: 3 nominations, 1 win
    9. Gravity: 3 nominations, 1 win
    10. Frozen: 3 nominations
    11. Her: 3 nominations
    12. Only God Forgives: 3 nominations
    13. Mud: 2 nominations
    14. This is the End: 2 nominations
    15. Blue is the Warmest Color: 2 nominations
    16. 12 Years a Slave: 2 nominations
    17. World War Z: 2 nominations
    18. Iron Man 3: 2 nominations
    19. The Desolation of Smaug: 2 nominations
    20. All is Lost: 1 nomination, 1 win
    21. The Hunt: 1 nomination
    22. Philomena: 1 nomination
    23. Captain Phillips: 1 nomination
    24. Blue Jasmine: 1 nomination
    25. August: Osage County: 1 nomination
    26. The Internship: 1 nomination
    27. The Place Beyond the Pines: 1 nomination
    28. To the Wonder: 1 nomination
    29. The Butler: 1 nomination
    30. Lone Survivor: 1 nomination
    31. Bad Grandpa: 1 nomination
    32. The Grandmaster: 1 nomination
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    CanadianFan
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    #136014

    You switched between Gatsby and Wolf? 

    I think your personal list had the former at #1. I love the Margot Robbie nomination, and the Franco win is interesting even though I disagree with it. Thank you for recognizing The Place Beyond the Pines in cinematography… 

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    Riley
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    #136015

    I enjoyed The Great Gatsby slightly more, but The Wolf of Wall Street was the better film, so deserves the “award”.

    That sequence where Ryan Gosling is being pursued by the police cars was a towering technical achievement.  That alone was enough push Her out of my cinematography category.

    Robbie is second in her category.

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