American Society of Cinematographers Awards prediction scores: Best performances by our Experts, Editors and Users

American Society of Cinematographers Awards prediction scores The Revenant

Congratulations to Tonkao for a great 66.67% accuracy rate in predicting the 2016 American Society of Cinematographers Awards film winners on Sunday. He actually tied with six other people with that percentage but had the best point total of 6,941 by using his 500 and 200 point bets wisely.

Over 800 people worldwide predicted the ASC winners in three categories. Our top scorer picked the feature film winner of “The Revenant” plus the TV movie, miniseries or pilot winner of “Casanova.” He missed out on the TV series champ by choosing “Game of Thrones” over actual winner “Marco Polo.”

Related: Complete list of 2016 BAFTA Awards winners and nominees

You can see how your score compares to his in our leaderboard rankings of all contestants, which also includes links to see each participant’s predictions. Or you can find your score by clicking on “My Award Scores,” which appears in the gold menu bar when you’re signed in to your account.

For his efforts, Tonkao wins a $100 Amazon gift card, pending Gold Derby evaluating his eligibility based upon our contest rules.

Related: BAFTA winners include “The Revenant” for Best Picture

For the five Experts predicting ASC winners, we have a four-way tie with 33.33% correct. Matt Atchity (Rotten Tomatoes), Joyce Eng (TV Guide), Tariq Khan (Fox News), and Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby) all chose the correct feature winner of “The Revenant.” Edward Douglas (Weekend Warrior) had “Mad Max: Fury Road” in that category and does not have any categories right.

Among Gold Derby’s five Editors, everyone finishes with 33.33% correct (only getting “The Revenant” correct). They are Marcus Dixon, Rob Licuria, Daniel Montgomery, Matt Noble and myself.

See the separate rankings of our Experts, Editors and Users in our special leaderboards that feature top scores per group.

How will these results translate to the Oscars on February 28? What do you think will win Best Picture? 

Make your Oscar predictions using the menu to the right or below. 

You’ll compete to win our contest prizes for best picks — $500 (first place), $300 (second place) and $200 (third place) in Amazon gift certificates — a place of honor on our leaderboard and a starring role in next year’s Top 24 Users (the two dozen folks who do the best predicting this year’s Oscar nominations). Be sure to read our contest rules.

Meet the guy who won our contest to predict the Oscar nominations last year — and learn how he did it and how you can be our next Gold Derby superstar.

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