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CAYOM Year 4 Oscar Nominations

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    The nominations are here! The rules:

    PM to me your rankings in each category, with 1 being your top choice and 5 being your last choice.

    The submission deadline will be 7 PM EST Sunday October 7th. The Oscar ceremony will then start at 8-830 PM the same evening, with most awards posted during the commercial breaks for NFL Sunday Night Football. Take your time therefore with your rankings, because every single point can matter, though only submit your rankings once. Once I get the PM you are locked in.

    The nominees:

    Best Picture

    Alesia

    The Glass Castle

    The Good Die Young

    The Road Home

    Wenan

    Best Animated Feature

    Bone - Vernal Equinox

    Island of the Blue Dolphins

    Our City

    Spark

    Sylvarius

    Best Documentary Feature

    Grunge

    On the Set

    Shut up and Take my Memes

    Best Director

    Woody Allen for Never Say Goodbye

    Paul Thomas Anderson for Wenan

    Gus Van Sant for The Road Home

    Martin Scorsese for The Good Die Young

    Peter Weir for Alesia

    Best Ensemble

    Alesia

    The Glass Castle

    The Good Die Young

    Never Say Goodbye

    The Road Home

    Best Actor

    Jim Carrey for Citizen Hughes

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt for The Simulation

    Emilie Hirsch for The Good Die Young

    Clive Owen for Alesia

    John C. Reilly for The Road Home

    Best Actress

    Cate Blanchett for In the Line of Service

    Ellen Burstyn for The Road Home

    Jennifer Lawrence for The Good Die Young

    Chloe Moretz for The Glass Castle

    Michelle Williams for The Flowers Of Arvika

    Best Supporting Actor

    Paul Bettany for The Glass Castle

    Michael Caine for Never Say Goodbye

    Sam Elliot for The Road Home

    Tom Hardy for Alesia

    Alexander Skarsgard for The Flowers of Arvika

    Best Supporting Actress

    Marion Cotillard for Citizen Hughes

    Elizabeth Gilles for The Road Home

    Julianne Moore for The Road Home

    Robin Wright Penn for The Glass Castle

    Léa Seydoux for Alesia

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role

    David Faustino for Spark

    Bryce Dallas Howard for Spark

    Gina Torres for Nirvana

    Emma Watson for Sylvarius

    Elijah Wood for Bone - Vernal Equinox

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role

    Benedict Cumberbatch for Spark

    Alexis Denisof for Sylvarius

    Stephen Dillane for Sylvarius

    Christopher Lee for Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Abominable Snowman

    Hugo Weaving for Spark

    Best Original Screenplay

    Alesia

    The Good Die Young

    The Road Home

    Spark

    Wenan

    Best Adapted Screenplay

    Call of Duty: Of Their Own Accord

    Citizen Hughes

    Death of a Salesman

    The Glass Castle

    Ready Player One

    Best Original Score

    Patrick Doyle for Alesia

    Wyclef Jean for Miracle Kids

    Thomas Newman for The Glass Castle

    John Powell for Spark

    Howard Shore for Wenan

    Best Original Song

    "Man of Valor" from Lord Madship

    "Miracle" from Miracle Kids

    “Never Say Goodbye” from Never Say Goodbye

    "Ode to Ultra-Loose" from Grunge

    "When That Day Comes" from Spark

    Best Cinematography

    Alesia

    Citizen Hughes

    The Good Die Young

    The Simulation

    Wenan

    Best Film Editing

    Alesia

    Divisions

    The Good Die Young

    The Road Home

    Wenan

    Best Art Direction

    Alesia

    The Bellringer of Notre Dame

    Citizen Hughes

    Nirvana

    Ready Player One

    Best Costumes

    Alesia

    The Bellringer of Notre Dame

    Citizen Hughes

    The Last Six

    Wenan

    Best Makeup

    Alesia

    The Bellringer of Notre Dame

    Citizen Hughes

    The Last Six

    Wenan

    Best Sound Mixing

    Alesia

    Call of Duty: Of Their Own Accord

    Nirvana

    Sylvarius

    The Triple Nickels

    Best Sound Editing

    Alesia

    Call of Duty: Of Their Own Accord

    The Good Die Young

    Sylvarius

    Spark

    Best Visual Effects

    Call of Duty: Of Their Own Accord

    Dawn of Souls II: Rebirth

    Divisions

    The Last Six

    Nirvana

    Best Use of Action

    Alesia

    Call of Duty: Of Their Own Accord

    The Last Six

    Nirvana

    The Triple Nickels

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    Nomination Count (* = BP nominee):

    Alesia*- 16

    The Road Home*- 10

    The Good Die Young*- 9

    Spark- 9

    Wenan*- 8

    Citizen Hughes- 7

    The Glass Castle*- 7

    Sylvarius- 6

    Call of Duty: Of Their Own Accord- 5

    Nirvana- 5

    The Last Six- 4

    Never Say Goodbye- 4

    The Bellringer of Notre Dame- 3

    Bone - Vernal Equinox- 2

    Divisions- 2

    The Flowers of Arvika- 2

    Miracle Kids- 2

    Ready, Player One- 2

    The Simulation- 2

    The Triple Nickels- 2

    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Abominable Snowman- 1

    Dawn of Souls II: Rebirth- 1

    Death of a Salesman- 1

    Grunge- 1

    In the Line of Service- 1

    Island of the Blue Dolphins- 1

    Lord Madship- 1

    Our City- 1

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    Spark takes the award for most nominations without a BP nomination.However, if we used the old Oscar rules it would only have 5 nominations, since 4 of its nominations came from the new Voice Actor categories. Under the old rules, Citizen Hughes would be the most nominated non-BP film.

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    How often does it happen in real life that all BP nominees have at least 7 nominees each? ^_^ Not that I'm complaining.

    Recently in the 2000s, before the 10-nominee era:In 2008 all 5 BP films had at least 5 nominations.In 2005 all 5 BP films had at least 5 nominations.In 2004 all 5 BP films had at least 5 nominations.In 2002 all 5 BP films had at least 6 nominations.In 2001 all 5 BP films had at least 5 nominations.In 2000 all 5 BP films had at least 5 nominations.
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    Yep-during the 5 nom era only 2 films had 2 nominations that were nominated for BP. Four Weddings and don't remember the other one.While The Bad and the Beautiful won 5 Oscars and was not nominated for BP!

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    Recently in the 2000s, before the 10-nominee era:In 2008 all 5 BP films had at least 5 nominations.In 2005 all 5 BP films had at least 5 nominations.In 2004 all 5 BP films had at least 5 nominations.In 2002 all 5 BP films had at least 6 nominations.In 2001 all 5 BP films had at least 5 nominations.In 2000 all 5 BP films had at least 5 nominations.

    I stand corrected.
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    Aren't we doing documentary? We have 3 docs aren't we? I know that we can't do foreign as there aren't 3 films, can I consider Arvika as a foreign film winner then? It sucks not to get an award, just because there's no competition lol I'll tend to write a foreign film every year.

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    Aren't we doing documentary? We have 3 docs aren't we? I know that we can't do foreign as there aren't 3 films, can I consider Arvika as a foreign film winner then? It sucks not to get an award, just because there's no competition lol I'll tend to write a foreign film every year.

    Find me 3 documentaries (I know there is Grunge) and I'll put them up in the nomination list.If there aren't 3 foreign films there is no Foreign Language Film category and no winner.
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