2017 Oscar Nominations Are In

So far, the Golden Globe nominees have been announced and we know who the BAFTA contenders are, but it was yesterday’s Academy Award nomination announcement that has got us really excited for awards season! 

We’re delighted to announce that six Oscar nominated films are making their way to Studio 74 over the next few weeks. Read on to find out more.  

La La Land

After breaking Golden Globes records with an impressive 7 wins, La La Land continues to make history. With an astonishing fourteen nominations, the movie-musical has equalled the record for most nominations. 

Showing: Fri 3 Feb – Thu 9 Feb

Nominated for:

  • Best picture

  • Best actress (Emma Stone)

  • Best actor (Ryan Gosling)

  • Best director (Damien Chazelle)

  • Best original screenplay 

  • Best original song (Audition)

  • Best original song (City of Stars) 

  • Best original score

  • Best cinematography

  • Best costume design

  • Best sound editing

  • Best sound mixing

  • Best production design

  • Best film editing

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Manchester By Sea

 

Kenneth Lonergan’s drama about a grief-stricken Boston janitor scooped an impressive six nominations. With a Golden Globe winning performance from Casey Affleck and a further six BAFTA nominations to its name, Manchester By The Sea has fast become one of the most talked about films around. 

Showing: Fri 3 Mar – Thu 9 Mar

Nominated for:

  • Best picture

  • Best actor (Casey Affleck) 

  • Best supporting actress (Michelle Williams)

  • Best supporting actor (Lucas Hedges)

  • Best director (Kenneth Lonergan)

  • Best original screenplay

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Moonlight

 

This coming-of-age tale chronicles the life of a young black man as he struggles to find his place in the world. Moonlight follows up its four BAFTA nominations and best film Golden Globe win with an impressive eight Oscar nods. 

Showing: Fri 17 Mar – Thu 23 Mar

Nominated for:

  • Best picture

  • Best supporting actress (Naomie Harris) 

  • Best supporting actor (Mahershala Ali)

  • Best director (Barry Jenkins)

  • Best adapted screenplay (Barry Jenkins and Alvin McCraney)

  • Best original score

  • Best cinematography

  • Best film editing

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Jackie
 

Natalie Portman stars in this daring portrait of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. The extraordinary English language directorial debut from Chilean director Pablo LarraĆ­n follows three BAFTA nominations with three Oscar nominations. 

Showing: Fri 17 Feb – Thu 23 Feb

Nominated for:

  • Best actress (Natalie Portman)

  • Best original score

  • Best costume design

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KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS

 

Animation doesn’t get much better than this. With an all-star cast of voice actors, Kubo And The Two Strings is a gorgeously animated stop-motion sensation full of big laughs and scares. 

Showing: Mon 13 Feb – Wed 15 Feb

NOMINATED FOR:

  • Best animated feature

  • Best visual effects

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TONI ERDMANN

 

This comedy-drama from a little-known German director took Cannes Film Festival by storm, before going on to receive an Academy Award nomination alongside its BAFTA nomination.

Showing: Fri 10 Mar – Thu 16 Mar

NOMINATED FOR:

  • Best foreign language film

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