Guild awards scorecard: Oscar frontrunner ‘La La Land’ went 10 for 12 as voting ended

Hours after final Oscar voting ended, “La La Land” added to its impressive tally of wins with the guilds by taking the contemporary award from the Costume Designers Guild. That capped off a good week for the Oscar frontrunner whichprevailed with Cinema Audio Society on Saturday (Feb. 18) and at both the Makeup & Hairstyling Guild, and Motion Picture Sound Editors on Sunday (Feb. 19).

Before final Oscar voting kicked off on Monday (Feb. 13), we’d heard from eight industry groups (producers, directors, actors, casting directors, cinematographers, film editors, production designers and visual effects wizards) as to their picks for the best of the year. The costume designers held off till just after Oscar voting ended on Tuesday (Feb. 21).

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“La La Land” won with 10 of the 12 groups: producers, directors, actors, costume designers, film editors, makeup artists and hairstylists, production designers, sound editors, sound mixers and casting directors. Overall, it has been in the running for 12 of the 13 guild awards missing out only with Visual Effects Society.

Four of the other Best Picture nominees  — “Hell or High Water,” “Hidden Figures,” “Manchester by the Sea,” “Moonlight” — also prevailed with the casting directors. Costume design winner “Hidden Figures” and WGA champ “Moonlight” also won at SAG as did “Fences” and “Hacksaw Ridge.” “Lion” claimed the cinematography prize while WGA winner “Arrival” also took the drama award from the film editors.

Below, a breakdown by picture of guild nominations and winners.

PGA = Producers Guild of America (nominees, winners)
DGA = Directors Guild of America (nominees, winners)
SAG = Screen Actors Guild (nominees, winners)
WGA = Writers Guild of America (nominees, winners)
ACE = American Cinema Editors (nominees, winners)
ADG = Art Directors Guild (nominees, winners)
ASC = American Society of Cinematographers (nominees, winners)
CAS = Cinema Audio Society (nominees, winners)
CDG = Costume Designers Guild (nominees, winners)
CSA = Casting Society of America (nominees, winners)
MPSE = Motion Picture Sound Editors (nominees, winners)
MUAHS = Makeup Artists & Hair Stylists Guild (nominees, winners)
VES = Visual Effects Society (nominees, winners)

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Twelve Guilds

“La La Land” (10 wins)
PGA – Picture
DGA – Director (Damien Chazelle)
SAG – Actor (Ryan Gosling), Actress (Emma Stone)
WGA – Original Screenplay (Damien Chazelle)
ACE – Comedy/Musical (Tom Cross)
ADG – Contemporary Film (David Wasco)
ASC – Cinematography (Linus Sandgren)
CAS – Sound Mixing (Live Action)
CDG – Contemporary Film (Mary Zophres)
CSA – Big Budget Comedy/Musical (Deborah Aquila, Tricia Wood)
MPSE – Feature Musical
MUAHS – Contemporary Makeup (Torsten Witte, Angel Radefeld-Wright),
Contemporary Hairstyling (Barbara Lorenz, Jackie Masteran, Frida Aradottir)

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Nine Guilds

“Arrival” (2 wins)
PGA – Picture
DGA – Director (Denis Villeneuve)
SAG – Actress (Amy Adams)
WGA – Adapted Screenplay (Eric Heisserer)
ACE – Drama (Joe Walker)
ADG – Fantasy Film (David Wasco)
ASC – Cinematography (Bradford Young)
CSA – Big Budget Drama (Francine Maisler; Lucie Robitaille – Location Casting)
MPSE – Sound Effects & Foley, Dialogue & ADR, Music

Eight Guilds

“Lion” (1 win)
PGA – Picture
DGA – Director (Garth Davis); First-Time Feature Director (Garth Davis)
SAG – Supporting Actor (Dev Patel), Supporting Actress (Nicole Kidman)
ADG – Contemporary Film (Chris Kennedy)
ASC – Cinematography (Greig Fraser)
CDG – Contemporary Film (Cappi Ireland)
CSA – Studio or Independent Drama (Kirsty McGregor)
MPSE – Dialogue & ADR

“Manchester by the Sea” (1 win)
PGA – Picture
DGA – Director (Kenneth Longergan)
SAG – Ensemble, Actor (Casey Affleck), Supporting Actor (Lucas Hedges), Supporting Actress (Michelle Williams)
WGA – Original Screenplay (Kenneth Lonergan)
ACE -Drama (Jennifer Lame)
ADG – Contemporary Film (Ruth De Jong)
CSA – Studio or Independent Drama (Douglas Aibel; Carolyn Pickman – Location Casting)
MUAHS – Contemporary Makeup (Liz Bernstrom, Sherryn Smith)

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Seven Guilds

PGA – Picture
DGA – First-Time Feature Director (Tim Miller)
ACE – Comedy/Musical (Julian Clarke)
WGA – Adapted Screenplay (Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick)
CSA – Big Budget Comedy (Ronna Kress; Jennifer Page – Location Casting)
MPSE – Sound Effects & Foley, Dialogue & ADR
MUAHS – Special Makeup Effects (Bill Corso, Andrew Clement)

“Doctor Strange” (1 win)
SAG – Stunt Ensemble
ADG – Fantasy Film (Charles Wood)
CAS – Sound Mixing (Live Action)
CDG – Fantasy Film (Alexandra Byrne)
MPSE – Sound Effects & Foley, Music
MUAHS – Period/Character Makeup, Special Makeup Effects (Jeremy Woodhead),
VES – Visual Effects (Feature)

“Hell or High Water” (1 win)
PGA – Picture
SAG – Supporting Actor (Jeff Bridges)
WGA – Original Screenplay (Taylor Sheridan)
ACE – Drama (Jake Roberts)
ADG – Contemporary Film (Tom Duffield)
CSA – Studio or Independent Comedy/Musical (Richard Hicks, Jo Edna Boldin)
MPSE – Dialogue & ADR

“Hidden Figures” (4 wins)
PGA – Picture
SAG – Ensemble, Supporting Actress (Octavia Spencer)
WGA – Adapted Screenplay (Allison Schroeder, Theodore Melfi)
ADG – Period Film (Wynn Thomas)
CDG – Period Film (Renee Ehrlich Kalfus)
CSA – Big Budget Drama (Victoria Thomas; Jackie Burch – Location Casting)
MPSE – Dialogue & ADR

“Moonlight” (3 wins)
PGA – Picture
DGA – Director (Barry Jenkins)
SAG – Ensemble, Supporting Actor (Mahershala Ali), Supporting Actress (Naomie Harris)
WGA – Original Screenplay (Barry Jenkins; story by Tarell McCraney)
ACE – Drama (Nat Sanders, Joi McMillon)
ASC – Cinematography (James Laxton)
CSA – Low Budget Comedy or Drama (Yesi Ramirez)

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Six Guilds

“Hacksaw Ridge” (2 wins)
PGA – Picture
SAG – Actor (Andrew Garfield), Stunt Ensemble
ACE – Drama (John Gilbert)
ADG – Period Film (Barry Robison)
CAS – Sound Mixing (Live Action)
MPSE – Sound Effects & Foley, Dialogue & ADR, Music

“Kubo and the Two Strings” (1 win)
PGA – Animated Feature
ACE – Animation (Christopher Murrie)
CAS – Sound Mixing (Animated)
CDG – Fantasy Film (Deborah Cook)
MPSE – Animation
VES – Visual Effects (Animated Feature)

“Moana” (2 wins)
PGA – Animated Feature
ACE – Animation (Jeff Draheim)
CAS – Sound Mixing (Animated)
CSA – Animation (Jamie Sparer Roberts; Rachel Sutton – Location Casting)
MPSE – Feature Musical, Animation
VES – Visual Effects (Animated Feature)

“Nocturnal Animals” (1 win)
SAG – Stunt Ensemble
WGA – Adapted Screenplay (Tom Ford)
ADG – Contemporary Film (Shane Valentino)
CDG – Contemporary Film (Arianne Phillips)
CSA – Big Budget Drama (Francine Maisler)
MUAHS – Contemporary Makeup (Donald Mowat, Malanie J. Romero, Elaine Offers), Contemporary Hairstyling (Yolanda Toussieng, Jules Holdren)

“Zootopia” (2 wins)
PGA – Animated Feature
ACE – Animation (Fabienne Rawley & Jeremy Milton)
CAS – Sound Mixing (Animated)
CSA – Animation (Jamie Sparer Roberts)
MPSE – Animation
VES – Visual Effects (Animated Feature)

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Five Guilds

“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”
ADG – Fantasy Film (Stuart Craig)
CDG – Fantasy Film (Colleen Atwood)
CSA – Big Budget Drama (Fiona Weir; Jim Carnahan – Location Casting)
MUAHS – Period/Character Makeup, Period/Character Hairstyling, Special Makeup Effects (Fae Hammond, Marilyn MacDonald)
VES – Visual Effects (Feature)

“Finding Dory” (1 win)
PGA – Animated Feature
CAS – Sound Mixing (Animated)
CSA – Animation (Kevin Reher, Natalie Lyon)
MPSE – Animation
VES – Visual Effects (Animated Feature)

“Hail, Caesar” (1 win)
ACE – Comedy/Musical (Roderick Jaynes)
ADG – Period Film (Jess Gonchor)
CDG – Period Film (Renee Ehrlich Kalfus)
CSA – Big Budget Comedy (Ellen Chenoweth)
MUAHS – Period/Character Makeup (Jean Ann Black, Julie Hewett, Zoe Hay),
Period/Character Hairstyling (Cydney Cornell, Pauletta Lewis-Irwin, Matt Danon)

SAG – Actress (Natalie Portman)
ADG – Period Film (Jean Rabasse)
CDG – Period Film (Madeline Fontaine)
CSA – Studio or Independent Drama (Mary Vernieu, Lindsay Graham; Jessica Kelly – Location Casting)
MUAHS – Period/Character Hairstyling (Catherine Leblanc-Caraes, Tony Rochetti)

“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”
ADG – Fantasy Film (Doug Chiang, Neil Lamont)
CAS – Sound Mixing (Live Action)
CDG – Fantasy Film (David Crossman, Glyn Dillion)
MPSE – Sound Effects & Foley, Dialogue & ADR, Music
VES – Visual Effects (Feature)

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Four Guilds

“Captain Fantastic”
SAG – Ensemble, Actor (Viggo Mortensen)
CDG – Contemporary Film (Courtney Hoffman)
CSA – Studio or Independent Drama (Jeanne McCarthy; Angelique Midthunder – Location Casting)
MUAHS – Contemporary Makeup (Karen McDonald, Akemi Hart)

“Fences” (1 win)
PGA – Picture
SAG – Ensemble, Actor (Denzel Washington),  Supporting Actress (Viola Davis)
WGA – Adapted Screenplay (August Wilson)
ADG – Period Film (David Gropman)

“Florence Foster Jenkins”
SAG – Actress (Meryl Streep), Supporting Actor (Hugh Grant)
CDG – Period Film (Consolata Boyle)
MPSE – Feature Musical
MUAHS – Period/Character Hairstyling (J. Roy Helland)

“The Jungle Book” (1 win)
ACE – Comedy/Musical (Mark Livolsi)
CSA – Animation (Sarah Halley Finn)
MPSE – Sound Effects & Foley
VES – Visual Effects (Feature)

CAS – Sound Mixing (Live Action)
MPSE – Dialogue & ADR
MUAHS – Contemporary Hairstyling
VES – Supporting Visual Effects (Feature)

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Three Guilds

“The Girl on the Train”
SAG – Actress (Emily Blunt)
CSA – Big Budget Drama (Kerry Barden, Paul Schnee)
MUAHS – Contemporary Hairstyling (Alan D’Angerio)

“The Little Prince”
CSA – Animation (Sarah Halley Finn)
MPSE  – Animation
VES – Visual Effects (Animated Feature)

WGA – Original Screenplay (Jeff Nichols)
CSA – Studio or Independent Drama (Francine Maisler; Erica Arvold – Location Casting)
MUAHS – Period/Character Makeup (Julia Lallas, Katie Middleton),
Period/Character Hairstyling (Kenneth Walker, Elizabeth Paschall)

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Two Guilds

“Cafe Society”
ADG – Period Film (Santo Loquasto)
CSA – Studio or Independent Comedy (Juliet Taylor, Patricia DiCerto)

“Captain America”
MPSE – Sound Effects & Foley
SAG – Stunt Ensemble

“Deepwater Horizon” (1 win)
MPSE – Sound Effects & Foley
VES – Supporting Visual Effects (Feature)

“The Edge of Seventeen”
DGA – First-Time Feature Director (Kelly Fremon Craig)
CSA – Studio or Independent Comedy (Melissa Kostenbauder; Coreen Mayrs – Location Casting)

“Jason Bourne”
SAG – Stunt Ensemble
VES – Supporting Visual Effects (Feature)

“Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children”
CDG – Fantasy Film (Colleen Atwood)
VES – Visual Effects (Feature)

“The Secret Life of Pets”
PGA – Animated Feature
CAS – Sound Mixing (Animated)

ASC – Cinematography (Rodrigo Pietro)
VES – Supporting Visual Effects (Feature)

“Star Trek Beyond” (1 win)
MPSE – Music
MUAHS – Special Makeup Effects

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One Guild

“Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie”
CDG – Contemporary Film (Rebecca Hale)

VES – Supporting Visual Effects (Feature)

“Bad Moms”
CSA – Studio or Independent Comedy (Cathy Sandrich Gelfond; Meagan Lewis – Location Casting)

“The Birth of a Nation”
DGA – First-Time Feature Director (Nate Parker)

CSA – Low Budget Comedy or Drama (Douglas Aibel, Stephanie Holbrook; Tracy Kilpatrick – Location Casting)

“The Dressmaker”
CDG – Period Film (Marion Boyce, Margot Wilson)

CSA – Low Budget Comedy or Drama (Susan Shopmaker; D. Lynn Meyers – Location Casting)

“Hello, My Name is Doris”
CSA – Low Budget Comedy or Drama (Sunday Boling, Meg Morman)

“The Lobster”
ACE – Comedy/Musical (Yorgos Mavropsaridis)

“Passengers” (1 win)
ADG – Fantasy Film (Guy Hendrix Dyas)

“The Red Turtle”
MPSE – Animation

“Rules Don’t Apply”
CSA – Big Budget Comedy (David Rubin)

“Sing Street”
MPSE – Feature Musical

MUAHS – Contemporary Hairstyling (Aldo Signoretti)

Suicide Squad (1 win)
MUAHS – Period/Character Makeup, Special Makeup Effects

“10 Cloverfield Lane”
DGA – First-Time Feature Director (Dan Trachtenberg)

“13 Hours”
MPSE – Musica

MPSE – Feature Musical

“20th Century Women”
CSA – Studio or Independent Comedy (Laura Rosenthal, Mark Bennett)

“Whiskey Tango Foxtrot”
CSA – Big Budget Comedy (Bernard Telsey, Tiffany Little Canfield; Jo Edna Boldin – Location Casting)

“White Girl”
CSA – Low Budget Comedy or Drama (Jessica Daniels)

“Zoolander 2”
MUAHS: Contemporary Makeup (Maurizio Silvi)

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