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  • Hunter-ish
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    No shockers and no fun.

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    kbfr12
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    So am I to understand we didn’t learn anything new tonight? Sigh…

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    Hunter-ish
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    So am I to understand we didn’t learn anything new tonight? Sigh…

    We learned more on the TV side. The Handmaid’s Tale is possibly ahead of Game of thrones (DGA has had many shows overcome vote-splitting in the past) and that The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is not a lock for comedy series.

    On film all we learned is Del Toro is basically a lock unless he loses BAFTA.

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    Pulp
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    On film all we learned is Del Toro is basically a lock unless he loses BAFTA.

    Nah, he’s a lock regardless.

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    Teridax
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    So am I to understand we didn’t learn anything new tonight? Sigh…

    We learned more on the TV side. The Handmaid’s Tale is possibly ahead of Game of thrones (DGA has had many shows overcome vote-splitting in the past) and that The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is not a lock for comedy series.

    On film all we learned is Del Toro is basically a lock unless he loses BAFTA.

    Del Toro was already “basically a lock” before DGA. If Nolan wins Bafta it will be due to Brit bias and nothing more, and it won’t put a dent in Del Toro’s Oscar chances. On rare occasion in the past, I would pretend Nolan had more of a chance than he did to appease his stans when I knew he was a lock to at least win Directing at the Oscars since the Globes, Critics Choice, and even PGA announced him as their winner. All DGA did was turn him from being “basically a lock” to now being “undeniably a lock” to win Directing at the Oscars.

    Oh, and DGA didn’t hurt Mrs. Maisel’s Emmy chances since it won’t have to compete against Veep this year.

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    Hunter-ish
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    I know TSOW was already basically a lock. All I meant was that this confirmed it even more.

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    I don’t see how anyone but del Toro wins Best Director at this point. He was a lock before tonight, but this seals it.

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    Macca
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    SOC Winners

    Camera Operator of the Year – Film
    Roberto De Angelis, SOC – Baby Driver

    Camera Operator of the Year – Television
    Bob Gorelick, SOC – Stranger Things

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    Teridax
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    Annie Award Winners

    Best General Audience Animated Television/Broadcast Production
    RICK AND MORTY
    Episode: 303 – “Pickle Rick”
    Williams Street Productions

    Outstanding Achievement, Writing – TV/Broadcast Production
    RICK AND MORTY
    Episode: 307 – “The Ricklantis Mixup”
    Williams Street Productions
    Ryan Ridley, Dan Guterman

    Let’s take a moment to be really freaking grateful for these wins. They seem like they should have been obvious, but seeing as how badly the Annie Awards have screwed up so many times in the past (Disney Mickey Mouse, for example) and even to a lesser extent this year, I cannot help but appreciate their recognition of one of the best-written shows on all of television, animated or otherwise.

    Congratulations to Dan Harmon, Justin Roiland, Ryan Ridley, Dan Guterman, and everyone else involved with the making of such a thought-provoking, unpredictable, and hilarious science-fiction show, for finally getting some completely-deserved awards for their hard work! 😀

    After winning Critics’ Choice for Animated Series AND winning these major Annie Awards, is it safe to call Rick and Morty a contender for the Emmys Animated Program category this year, in spite of their truly WTF Writers Guild Awards snub. The WGA is lazy like crazy with that category anyways, always nominating the same damn shows (The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Futurama when it was on the air) and one other show as a token “different” nominee. Bob’s Burgers, Bojack Horseman, and Simpsons are all they care about now, not even bothering to nominate a token “different” show like they did last year with Elena of Avalor and Star Wars Rebels. I just think the WGA snub for Rick and Morty should be taken with a bigger grain of salt from this point on. They have never even nominated Archer, which WON the Emmy a couple years ago, let alone got nominated for it.

    There is still some hope for Rick and Morty at the Emmys this year, these major Annie wins combined with the previous Critic’s Choice win confirmed that for me. Plus, the show just had its best and darkest season yet, so its not like the quality took any kind of a dip. Yes, I know Bojack Horseman won Critics’ Choice before R&M the past couple of years, but the Emmys are always late to the party. Both Bojack and especially R&M can get in… IF Emmy voters who vote for Animated Program do their damn homework for a change, rather than name-check once great but now stale shows like The Simpsons, Archer, and South Park. Here’s hoping the Emmys decide to recognize the REAL best Animated shows of the year!

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    INTERNATIONAL CINEPHILE SOCIETY

    BEST PICTURE: Call Me by Your Name
    Runner-up: Phantom Thread

    BEST ACTOR: Timothée Chalamet for Call me by Your Name
    Runner-up: Robert Pattinson for Good Time

    BEST ACTRESS: Vicky Krieps – Phantom Thread
    runner-up:  Kim Min-hee – On the Beach at Night Alone

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Lesley Manville for Phantom Thread
    Runner-up: Laurie Metcalf for Lady Bird

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Michael Stuhlbarg for Call Me by Your Name Runner-up: Arnaud Valois for BPM

    BEST ANIMATED PICTURE: The Girl Without Hands
    Runner-up: Coco

    BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN: Dennis Gassner for Blade Runner 2049
    Runner-up: Mark Tildesley for Phantom Thread

    BEST FILM EDITING: Ronald Bronstein & Benny Safdie for Good Time
    Runner-up: David Lowery for A Ghost Story

    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY: James Ivory for Call Me by Your Name
    Runner-up: James Gray for The Lost City of Z

    BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Paul Thomas Anderson for Phantom Thread
    Runner-up: Jordan Peele for Get Out

    BEST ENSEMBLE: BPM
    Runner-up: Lady Bird

    BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Roger Deakins for Blade Runner 2049
    Runner-up: Darius Khondji for The Lost City of Z

    BEST PICTURE NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: BPM
    Runner-up: On the Beach at Night Alone

    BEST DOCUMENTARY: Visages Villages and Ex Libris: The New York Library (Tie)
    Runner-up: Dawson City : Frozen Time

     

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    GusCruz
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    INTERNATIONAL CINEPHILE SOCIETY

    Amazing. Even the tie in Best Documentary is glorious.

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    Macca
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    INTERNATIONAL CINEPHILE SOCIETY

    BEST PICTURE: Call Me by Your Name
    Runner-up: Phantom Thread

    BEST ACTOR: Timothée Chalamet for Call me by Your Name
    Runner-up: Robert Pattinson for Good Time

    BEST ACTRESS: Vicky Krieps – Phantom Thread
    runner-up: Kim Min-hee – On the Beach at Night Alone

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Lesley Manville for Phantom Thread
    Runner-up: Laurie Metcalf for Lady Bird

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Michael Stuhlbarg for Call Me by Your Name Runner-up: Arnaud Valois for BPM

    BEST ANIMATED PICTURE: The Girl Without Hands
    Runner-up: Coco

    BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN: Dennis Gassner for Blade Runner 2049
    Runner-up: Mark Tildesley for Phantom Thread

    BEST FILM EDITING: Ronald Bronstein & Benny Safdie for Good Time
    Runner-up: David Lowery for A Ghost Story

    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY: James Ivory for Call Me by Your Name
    Runner-up: James Gray for The Lost City of Z

    BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Paul Thomas Anderson for Phantom Thread
    Runner-up: Jordan Peele for Get Out

    BEST ENSEMBLE: BPM
    Runner-up: Lady Bird

    BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Roger Deakins for Blade Runner 2049
    Runner-up: Darius Khondji for The Lost City of Z

    BEST PICTURE NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: BPM
    Runner-up: On the Beach at Night Alone

    BEST DOCUMENTARY: Visages Villages and Ex Libris: The New York Library (Tie)
    Runner-up: Dawson City : Frozen Time

    You forgot Director and Score, which went to Phantom Thread.

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    Macca
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    INOCA Nominations

    Best Picture
    Call Me By Your Name
    Dunkirk
    The Florida Project
    Lady Bird
    Phantom Thread

    Best Director
    Paul Thomas Anderson – Phantom Thread
    Sean Baker – The Florida Project
    Luca Gaudagnino – Call Me By Your Name
    Greta Gerwig – Lady Bird
    Christopher Nolan – Dunkirk

    Best Actor
    Nahuel Pérez Biscayart – BPM
    Daniel Day-Lewis – Phantom Thread
    Timothée Chalamet – Call Me By Your Name
    Daniel Kaluuya – Get Out
    Robert Pattinson – Good Time

    Best Actress
    Sally Hawkins – The Shape of Water
    Vicky Krieps – Phantom Thread
    Frances McDormand – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
    Margot Robbie – I, Tonya
    Saoirse Ronan – Lady Bird

    Best Supporting Actor
    Willem Dafoe – The Florida Project
    Armie Hammer – Call Me By Your Name
    Barry Keogan – The Killing of a Sacred Deer
    Sam Rockwell – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
    Michael Stuhlbarg – Call Me By Your Name

    Best Supporting Actress
    Hong Chau – Downsizing
    Nicole Kidman – The Killing of a Sacred Deer
    Lesley Manville – Phantom Thread
    Laurie Metclaf – Lady Bird
    Bria Vinatie – The Florida Project

    Best Ensemble
    BPM
    Call Me By Your Name
    Lady Bird
    The Killing of a Sacred Deer
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    Blade Runner 2049
    Call Me By Your Name
    Heal the Living
    The Lost City of Z
    Mudbound

    Best Original Screenplay
    Columbus
    Get Out
    Lady Bird
    Phantom Thread
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Best Film Editing
    A Ghost Story
    Call Me By Your Name
    Dunkirk
    Good Time
    I, Tonya

    Best Cinematography
    Blade Runner 2049
    Call Me By Your Name
    Columbus
    The Florida Project
    The Lost City Of Z

    Best Costume Design
    Call Me by Your Name
    I, Tonya
    Phantom Thread
    The Beguiled
    The Death of Louis XIV

    Best Production Design
    Blade Runner 2049
    Call Me By Your Name
    mother!
    Phantom Thread
    The Shape of Water

    Best Makeup and Hairstyling
    Darkest Hour
    I, Tonya
    Raw
    The Death Of Louis XIV
    The Shape of Water

    Best Original Score
    A Ghost Story
    Dunkirk
    Good Time
    Phantom Thread
    Wonderstruck

    Best Original Song
    “I Get Overwhelmed,” A Ghost Story
    “Mystery of Love,” Call Me By Your Name
    “PBNJ,” Patti Cake$
    “Remember Me,” Coco
    “The Pure and The Damned,” Good Time
    “Visions of Gideon,” Call Me By Your Name

    Best Sound Editing
    Baby Driver
    Blade Runner 2049
    Dunkirk
    mother!
    Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Best Sound Mixing
    Baby Driver
    Blade Runner 2049
    Dunkirk
    Good Time
    mother!

    Best Visual Effects
    Blade Runner 2049
    Okja
    Star Wars: The Last Jedi
    Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
    War, the Planet of the Apes

    Best Animated Feature
    The Breadwinner
    Coco
    The Girl Without Hands
    The LEGO Batman Movie
    Loving Vincent
    Mary and the Witch’s Flower

    Best Documentary
    Dawson City: Frozen Time
    Ex Libris: The New York Public Library
    Faces Places
    Jane
    Kedi

    Foreign Language Film
    BPM
    Nocturama
    The Ornithologist
    Raw
    The Square

    Nomination Totals

    Call Me By Your Name – 13

    Phantom Thread – 9

    Blade Runner 2049 – 6
    Dunkirk – 6
    Lady Bird – 6

    The Florida Project – 5
    Good Time – 5

    I, Tonya – 4
    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – 4

    BPM – 3
    A Ghost Story – 3
    The Killing of a Sacred Deer – 3
    mother! – 3
    The Shape of Water – 3

    Baby Driver – 2
    Coco – 2
    Columbus – 2
    The Death of Louis XIV
    Get Out – 2
    The Lost City of Z – 2
    Raw – 2
    Star Wars: The Last Jedi – 2

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    Macca
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    ^^^This is how you do nominations Gold Derby. Don’t predict, vote for what you liked.

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    Pulp
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    Those are great nominees, love seeing Mother! get nominated in the sound categories. The supporting actress nominees are perfect.

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