Indie Spirt Awards by the numbers: Every film, every nomination

Andrea Arnold’s “American Honey” and Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight” lead with six Indie Spirit bids  apiece, followed by Kenneth Lonergan‘s “Manchester By the Sea” at five. A trio of films — Jake Mahaffy‘s “Free in Deed,” Pablo Larrain‘s “Jackie” and Chris Kelly‘s “Other People” — have four each.

Winners of the 32nd annual edition of these awards will be revealed on Saturday, Feb. 25. The ceremony will take place in a tent on on Santa Monica beach and will air live beginning at 2:00 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT on IFC. It will be hosted by Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, long-time collaborators who just wrapped up an acclaimed run on the rialto in “Oh, Hello on Broadway.”

Below, the full list of contenders broken down by film.

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“American Honey”
Picture, Director (Andrea Arnold), Actress (Sasha Lane), Supporting Actor (Shia LaBeouf), Supporting Actress (Riley Keough), Cinematography

Picture, Director (Barry Jenkins), Screenplay, Cinematography, Film Editing, Robert Altman Ensemble Award


“Manchester by the Sea”
Picture, Actor (Casey Affleck), Supporting Actor (Lucas Hedges), Screenplay, Film Editing

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“Free in Deed”
Actor (David Harewood), Supporting Actress (Edwina Findley), Cinematography, John Cassavetes Award

Picture, Director (Pablo Larrain), Actress (Natalie Portman), Film Editing

“Other People”
Actor (Jesse Plemon), Supporting Actress (Molly Shannon), First Feature, First Screenplay


“Hell or High Water”
Supporting Actor (Ben Foster), Screenplay, Film Editing

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“Certain Women”
Director (Kelly Reichardt), Supporting Actress (Lily Gladstone)

“The Childhood of a Leader”
Cinematography, First Feature

Picture, Actor (Tim Roth)

“Little Men”
Supporting Actress (Paulina Garcia), Screenplay

Director (Jeff Nichols), Actress (Ruth Negga)

“Swiss Army Man”
Film Editing, First Feature

“2oth Century Women”
Actress (Annette Bening), Screenplay

“The Witch”
First Feature, First Screenplay

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“A Bigger Splash”
Supporting Actor (Ralph Fiennes)

First Screenplay

“Captain Fantastic”
Actor (Viggo Mortensen)

First Screenplay

Actress (Isabelle Huppert)

“The Eyes of My Mother”

“The Fits”
First Feature

“Hunter Gatherer”
John Cassavetes Award

“Jean of the Joneses”
First Screenplay

John Cassavetes Award

“Morris from America”
Supporting Actor (Craig Robinson)

John Cassavetes Award

“Spa Night”
John Cassavetes Award

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