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CAYOM V - And The Nominees Are... (CEREMONY @ about 7:30PM ET)

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    The time has come. The nominees for Create A Year Of Movie's Year 5th Academy Awards are below.

    Send me your ballot via PM by Sunday December 16th at 5PM ET. The ceremony will be held that evening.

    To vote, simply rank the films in each category with 1 being the best and 5 the worst.

    Best Animated Feature:

    Shiverin’ Gulch

    Psychonauts

    The Very Last First Time

    Candlelight

    Chris Smith & The Island Of Dinosaurs

    Best Director:

    Wes Anderson for The Eccentric Minds of Belmond Lane

    James Cameron for Dawn Of Oblivion

    Ron Howard for The Dogs of Babel

    Sam Mendes for The Shark Mutiny

    Steven Spielberg for Oro

    Best Actor:

    Jason Isaacs for The Dogs of Babel

    Thomas Jane for The Affair

    Richard Jenkins for Past Tense

    Daniel Day-Lewis for Empty Hearth

    Scoot McNairy for The Shark Mutiny

    Best Actress:

    Keisha Castle-Hughes for Celia, A Slave

    Cate Blanchett for Dawn of Oblivion

    Leila Hatami for Khanh Bernarda Alba

    Scarlett Johannson for Past Tense

    Emma Watson for The Eccentric Minds Of Belmond Lane

    Best Supporting Actor:

    Bryan Cranston for The Dogs of Babel

    Aaron Eckhart for The Next Dimension

    Ed Harris for The Shark Mutiny

    Tommy Lee Jones for Empty Hearth

    Channing Tatum for Hindenburg

    Best Supporting Actress:

    Elizabeth Banks for The Dogs of Babel

    Berenice Bejo for Corso

    Sareh Bayat for Khanh Bernarda Alba

    Marion Cotillard for Empty Hearth

    Michelle Monaghan for Dawn of Oblivion

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role:

    Matt Bomer for The Very Last First Time

    Linda Cardellini for Shiverin’ Gulch

    Richard Steven Horwitz for Psychonauts

    Hugo Weaving for Edward Tulane

    Patrick Wilson for Starcraft: Fury of the Swarm

    Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role:

    Daniel Craig for Ratchet & Clank

    Idris Elba for Shiverin’ Gulch

    Jon Hamm for Starcraft: Fury of the Swarm

    Joseph Gordon Levitt for Lucid

    J.K. Simmons for Psychonauts

    Best Original Screenplay:

    Dawn Of Oblivion

    The Eccentric Minds of Belmond Lane

    Empty Hearth

    Past Tense

    Shiverin’ Gulch

    Best Adapted Screenplay:

    The 39 Clues: Maze of Bones

    The Dogs of Babel

    Khanh Bernarda Alba

    Psychonauts

    The Shark Mutiny

    Best Ensemble:

    Dawn Of Oblivion

    The Dogs of Babel

    The Eccentric Minds Of Belmond Lane

    Empty Hearth

    The Shark Mutiny

    Best Original Score:

    Danny Elfman for Psychonauts

    James Horner for The Dogs Of Babel

    Bear McCreary for Dragon Age: Onslaught

    John Williams for Dawn Of Oblivion

    John Williams for Oro

    Best Original Song:

    “Above The Cloud” by Robert Plant (Hindenburg)

    “Don’t Look Back” by Trent Reznor and Dave Grohl (The Affair)

    “Letting Go” by Adele (Worlds Apart)

    “The Road Home” By The Corrs (Forgiven Not Forgotten)

    “A Typical Day in Shiverin’ Gulch” by They Might Be Giants (Shiverin’ Gulch)

    Best Cinematography:

    Dawn of Oblivion

    Empty Hearth

    Oro

    The Shark Mutiny

    Worlds Apart

    Best Film Editing:

    The Affair

    Dawn Of Oblvion

    The Dogs Of Babel

    The Eccentric Minds Of Belmond Lane

    The Shark Mutiny

    Best Art Direction:

    Dawn of Oblivion

    Dragon Age: Onslaught

    Hindenberg

    Oro

    Worlds Apart

    Best Costume Design:

    Corso

    Dragon Age: Onslaught

    The Once & Future King: The Sword In The Stone

    Oro

    Starcraft: Fury of the Swarm

    Best Makeup:

    Dragon Age: Onslaught

    The Once and Future King: The Sword in the Stone

    Oro

    Starcraft: Fury of the Swarm

    Stories From Eden

    Best Sound Mixing:

    Dawn Of Oblivion

    Hindenberg

    Oro

    The Shark Mutiny

    StarCraft: Fury of the Swarm

    Best Sound Editing:

    Dawn of Oblivion

    Hindenburg

    Oro

    The Shark Mutiny

    StarCraft: Fury of the Swarm

    Best Visual Effects:

    Dawn of Oblivion

    Hindenberg

    Spellforce: Shadow Of The Phoenix

    Starcraft: Fury Of the Swarm

    Worlds Apart

    Best Use of Action:

    The Affair

    Lucid

    Hindenberg

    Oro

    The Shark Mutiny

    Best Foreign Language

    Corso

    El Sombrero

    Khanh Bernarda Alba

    Best Documentary

    4Chan: The Truth

    Adele: Rolling in the Deep

    Forgiven, Not Forgotten

    And last but not least...

    Best Picture:

    Dawn Of Oblivion

    The Dogs Of Babel

    The Eccentric Minds of Belmond Lane

    Oro

    The Shark Mutiny

    Deadlines and rules will be established tomorrow.

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    26 noms in Total, pretty good. :lol: And that'd be the all time Oscar per studio record in Real Life, except for that one time Miramax got 31 :o noms in a year in 2002.

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    I also like how with Screenplay, there's an animated film for both categories. That'd never happen in RL, despite the quality of the films. Plus, it sets up an interesting race in Animated Feature. ;)

    Um.... Pixar?
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    I'm happy for Jane, however I expected him to shine next year, he's going to have a really strong performance, I have Oscar hopes for Killing Floor, I hope it won't affect his chances that he got nominated for The Affair.

    We don't think about such things when it comes to nominating people. We're not like the real-life Academy who are like "Oh Meryl Streep won her 2nd Oscar 8 years ago, it's too soon for her 3rd."
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    Definitely bummed Empty Hearth didn't make it. Spent ages on that film, not sure why though, people seemed to like it less than the reviews said. Oro makes up for it though, not expected and really awesome.

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    Definitely bummed Empty Hearth didn't make it. Spent ages on that film, not sure why though, people seemed to like it less than the reviews said.Oro makes up for it though, not expected and really awesome.

    Empty Hearth should've been nominated. And if I had been able to do the BP tiebreaker as well, there still would've been a tie, which kinda irks me that I couldn't do it because I didn't know when the deadline was. Figured it would still be up when I got home from work.
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