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    Mr. Tintin
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    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Qn_spdM5Zg

    It’s absolutely a lock for a Best Original Score nomination. John Williams is not winning against Alan Silvestri or John Powell, but dang. What a legend- making everything feel epic.

    It’s also probably getting in Best Sound Mixing and Editing, as well as Production Design. I would also say Cinematography, but that category is stacked.

    Oscars 2020: I stan Joaquin Phoenix, Willem Dafoe, Alan Silvestri, and Dean Deblois.

    Emmys 2020: I stan Logan Lerman, Olivia Colman, and David Harbour.

    Tom Hanks and Amy Adams stan in general.

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    John Williams is not winning against Alan Silvestri or John Powell, but dang.

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    Woah Don Scorsese ain’t stopping anytime soon.

    He is doing Roosevelt Biopic with DiCaprio right after he ends Killer of Flower Moon.

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    Woah Don Scorsese ain’t stopping anytime soon. He is doing Roosevelt Biopic with DiCaprio right after he ends Killer of Flower Moon.

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    MCU stan?

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    Not sure we have a Cinematography thread so I’m posting here. The Camerimage Cinematography Festival has announced its contenders:

    Amundsen (Norway, 2019): Cinematographer Paal Ulvik Rokseth, Director Espen Sandberg

    Bolden (USA, 2018): Cinematographer Neal Norton, Director Dan Pritzker

    Ford v. Ferrari (USA, 2019): Cinematographer Phedon Papamichael, Director James Mangold

    The Irishman (USA, 2019): Cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto, Director Martin Scorsese

    Joker (USA, Canada 2019): Cinematographer Lawrence Sher, Director Todd Phillips

    The Last Black Man in San Francisco (USA, 2019): Cinematographer Adam Newport-Berra, Director Joe Talbot

    Motherless Brooklyn (USA, 2019): Cinematographer Dick Pope, Director Edward Norton

    Never Look Away (Italy, Germany, 2018): Cinematographer Caleb Deschanel, Director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck

    Mr. Jones (UK, Ukraine, Poland, 2019): Cinematographer Tomasz Naumiuk, Director Agnieszka Holland

    An Officer and a Spy (France, Italy, 2019): Cinematographer Paweł Edelman, Director Roman Polanski

    The Painted Bird (Czech Republic, 2019): Cinematographer Vladimir Smutny, Director Vaclav Marhoul

    Shadow (Hong Kong, China, 2018): Cinematographer Xiaoding Zhao, Director Yimou Zhang

    The Two Popes (USA, UK, Italy, Argentina, 2019): Cinematographer Cesar Charlone, Director Fernando Meirelles

    Last season 4 movies from the lineup went on to score Oscar nominations: Cold War, Roma (winner), The Favourite, A star is Born so this is a good indicator of where this category might be heading this season.

     

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    Shadow (Hong Kong, China, 2018): Cinematographer Xiaoding Zhao, Director Yimou Zhang .

    did shadow get a qualifying run? that film was visually astounding if nothing else

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    Last season 4 movies from the lineup went on to score Oscar nominations: Cold War, Roma (winner), The Favourite, A star is Born so this is a good indicator of where this category might be heading this season.

    And the fifth one Never Look Away is nominated this year. That’s 5/5 but none of the 2017 Oscar nominees were in contention here, so I’ll just take these lightly.

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     Best Actress Scarlett Johansson-Marriage Story Renee Zellweger-Judy Saoirse Ronan-Little Women Charlize Theron-Bombshell Lupita Nyong’o-Us Best Supporting Actor Al Pacino-The Irishman Brad Pitt-Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Willem Dafoe-The Lighthouse Christian Bale-Ford v Ferrari Jamie Foxx-Just Mercy

    Thinking the same for almost every category, but I’m curious on why do you think Scarlett’ll win against Zellweger, and Pacino against Pitt…

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    Last season 4 movies from the lineup went on to score Oscar nominations: Cold War, Roma (winner), The Favourite, A star is Born so this is a good indicator of where this category might be heading this season.

    That’s one sample. How does this organization do over time? How about the last five years? Or the 2010s?

    Dont get me wrong, I think this is valuable information because it confirms Prieto for Irishman, let’s me believe Joker has some industry support, and gives hope to Last Black Man and The Two Popes, but I don’t want to assume 4/5 come from this list.

    We already know 1917 is close to lock for a nom, and it’s missing from that list because it hasn’t screened.

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    Thinking the same for almost every category, but I’m curious on why do you think Scarlett’ll win against Zellweger, and Pacino against Pitt…

    Scarlett is in a more acclaimed film than Zellweger that’s also a Best Picture nominee, plus she’s a first time nominee while Zellweger already has an Oscar, and many don’t consider her worthy to earn 2. Some people here say she doesn’t have a good enough performance based on 3 Goldderby posters, but every critic has praised her performance. I don’t even think Zellweger is Johansson’s biggest competition: Theron is.

    Meanwhile for Pacino, The Irishman has to win something above the line since it will be the most nominated film of the year, and this seems like it’s best bet, since Pacino earned so many raves from critics. Plus, many people think Pacino deserves two Oscars and Pitt is refusing to campaign for his performance, which will hurt him.

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    Well, that reasoning is hard to argue with.
    I’m not as confidant however.

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    John Berchmans
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    Well, that reasoning is hard to argue with.
    I’m not as confidant however.

    I put a shit ton of research into all of my predictions now. Don’t want to be caught off guard like last year.

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