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CAYOM VI - For Your Consideration

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Post the awards that you want your film(s) to be considered for here.

Cyber
Best Picture

Best Director (Steven Soderbergh)

Best Ensemble

Best Actor (Nicholas Hoult)

Best Supporting Actor (Aaron Paul)

Best Supporting Actor (Oscar Isaac)

Best Supporting Actress (Anna Kendrick)

Best Original Screenplay

Best Film Editing

Best Cinematography

Best Original Score (Cliff Martinez) - The score is generally subtle, mainly to create atmosphere. However, there are many instances, such as when characters are hacking, when the score begins to become very technical. The technical music appears throughout the movie, but it is more emphasized in such scenes. During the more subtle scenes, there is some piano music. Basically, think of Drive meets The Social Network, and you have a good description of the score.

 

The Stuff Of Legend: Into The Dark

Best Adapted Screenplay

Best Voice Performance In A Leading Role (Ray Winstone)

Best Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (Timothy Spall)

Best Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (Cary Elwes)

Best Cinematography

Best Art Direction

Best Costume Design*

Best Makeup*

Best Sound Mixing

Best Sound Editing

Best Visual Effects

Best Use Of Action

Best Original Score (Patrick Doyle) - Patrick Doyle's score for this movie combines elements of sweeping epics such as Lord Of The Rings and Star Wars, and fuses some more dreary and mysterious elements, such as those in recent Danny Elfman/Tim Burton collaborations. The latter is espeically prevalent when The Boogeyman is on screen, and when the heroes are in the city oh Hopscotch.

Best Original Song (“World Of Wonder” by Jonsi)

 

*For Costume Design and Makeup for this film, the human toys are designed to look much like their toy counterparts, and also to have some elements that they are still toys. For example, Harmony (played by Rachel McAdams) has a clear, lightly colored body as if she were made of Porcelain.

 

Le Grand Écran

Best Animated Feature

Best Foreign Film

Best Original Screenplay

Best Voice Performance In A Leading Role (Audrey Tatou)

Best Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (Francois Cluzet)

Best Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (Gaspard Ulliel)

Best Original Score (Ludovic Bource) - Just like what he did with The Artist, Bource is giving a bombastic tribute to old fashioned hollywood. There's toe-tapping numbers, and moments of melancholy all in here.

Avenue Q

Best Supporting Actor (Jason Segel)

Best Supporting Actress (Ellen Wong)

Best Voice Performance In A Leading Role (John Tartaglia)

Best Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (Stephanie D'Abruzzio)

Best Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (Rick Lyon)

Best Ensemble

Best Adapted Screenplay

Best Costume Design

 

Best Friends

Best Picture

Best Director (Jason Reitman)

Best Ensemble

Best Actor (Bradley Cooper)

Best Supporting Actor (Charlie Day)

Best Supporting Actress (Rose Byrne)

Best Supporting Actress (Emily Blunt)

Best Original Screenplay

Best Film Editing

 

Paddles: The Video Game Story

Best Documentary

 

Guardians Of The Internet

Best Visual Effects

Best Sound Editing

Best Sound Mixing

Best Use Of Action

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Careful Laid Plans
Best Picture
Best Director - Joel and Ethan Coen
Best Ensemble
Best Actor - Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Best Supporting Actress - Rooney Mara
Best Supporting Actor - Leonardo DiCaprio
Best Supporting Actor - James Badge Dale

Best Supporting Actor - John Goodman
Best Original Screenplay
Best Cinematography - Roger Deakins
Best Film Editing
Best Original Score - Howard Shore (The Score begins off with a sparse orchestra, and plays lighter more innocent sounding music full of major tones, and perfect cadences. It makes heavy use of smooth instruments such as the flute, the violin, the clarinet, and other woodwinds. In particularly dark moments, such as after Albert kills the police officer, the discovery of the body on the floor, Lisa's death, the final scene, and etc. make heavy use of diminished seventh chords particularly in E-Flat minor, and A-Flat minor. As Albert descends further into the criminal organisation, the music surrounding him becomes more minor laced, and features use of harsher tones such as the violin played pizzicato (strings plucked, and not pulled), the guitars, the harpischord, many precussion instruments, especially those that give a regal and grand sounding sound but are slightly hollow in texture and feel. The difference between Inspector Barrigan and Albert is that Inspector Barrigan's motifs, especially later in the movie are based on major keys with melodies that are classically derived, both harmonically and melodically. Albert's motifs are more baroque in sound, and makes heavy use of the minor keys, augmented and diminshed chords, and is derived through counterpoint. There is also plenty of instances of chromatic in Albert's motifs, in contrast with the whole and round tones of Inspector Barrigan)
Best Art Direction
Best Costume Design
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Best Sound Mixing

Best Sound Editing
Best Use of Action

 

Last Ditch Effort
Best Picture
Best Director - Peter Jackson
Best Ensemble
Best Actor - Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Best Supporting Actor - Matt Dillon
Best Supporting Actor - Gary Oldman
Best Original Screenplay
Best Cinematography - Andrew Lesnie
Best Film Editing
Best Original Score - John Williams
Best Art Direction
Best Costume Design
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing
Best Visual Effects
Best Use of Action


The 39 Clues: One False Note
Best Picture
Best Ensemble
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Cinematography
Best Film Editing
Best Original Score - Patrick Doyle
Best Art Direction
Best Costume Design
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing
Best Use of Action

Barricade
Best Picture
Best Director - J.J.Abrams
Best Ensemble
Best Actor - Benedict Cumberbatch
Best Actor - Ben Wishaw
Best Supporting Actor - Chris Pine
Best Supporting Actor - Kenneth Barangh
Best Original Screenplay
Best Cinematography - John Toll
Best Film Editing
Best Original Score - Johnny Klimek
Best Art Direction
Best Costume Design
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing
Best Visual Effects
Best Use of Action

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To The Moon

Best Picture
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Voice Performance In a Leading Role (Bonnie Wright)
Best Voice Performance In a Leading Role (Tom Hanks)
Best Voice Performance In a Supporting Role (Olivia Wilde)
Best Voice Performance In a Supporting Role (Sebastian Stan)
Best Original Score (Kan Gao)
Best Animated Feature
Best Original Song ("Everything is alright" by Laura Shigihara)
Best Sound Mixing

Best Editing

The Story of Daniel Rigger

Best Actor In Leading Role - Liam Neeson
Best Actress in Supporting Role - Emma Watson
Best Original Score (Hans Zimmer)

Best Original Screenplay

 

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The Lost Runes of Ensgril



Best Picture
Best Director
Best Actress In Leading Role (Ellen Page)
Best Original Screenplay
Best Film Editing
Best Sound Editing
Best Sound Mixing
Best Costume Design
Best Art Direction
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Best Original Score (Alexandre Desplat)
Best Cinematography
Best Ensemble
Best Visual Effects
Best Use of Action

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The Cardinal in the Kremlin

Best Picture
Best Director- Philip Noyce
Best Ensemble
Best Supporting Actress- Jessica Chastain
Best Supporting Actor- Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
Best Supporting Actor- Armin Mueller-Stahl
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Original Score- Michael Nyman (The score's main theme is a Soviet-style military march that features a wide orchestral arrangement with horns, strings, percussion instruments, and male vocals (in Russian). For Filitov we get a sadder variation of the main theme is is more mournful with softer vocals, less percussion and more strings (with a little woodwind). The other three major themes are Ryan's, which is a softer, string and woodwind motif that shows subtle but brave intellectualism, Golovko's, which is a sleek and incisive string motif that uses violins and cellos to indicate his piercing detective and intelligence work, and the last is a general motif for the scientific advances, with some experimental yet subtle and soft synthesizer cues mixed with strings)
Best Cinematography
Best Editing
Best Art Direction
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing


24 Hours

Best Picture
Best Director- Ben Affleck
Best Ensemble
Best Actress- Naomi Watts
Best Actor- Anton Yelchin
Best Supporting Actress- Alicia Vikander
Best Original Screenplay

Best Cinematography
Best Editing


BioShock

Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Original Score- John Murphy (The score is very ambient and atmospheric, relying a lot on synthesizer music and ominous strings to show the ominous, decayed, yet advanced nature of Rapture. Rapture's theme uses this combination to create a proud yet fallen future for humanity. Andrew Ryan gets a boastful theme built around deep woodwinds and horns that trails off into melancholy strings. Atlas has a short motif of strings indicating helpful, earnest work that gets turned into a dark, angry variant when the Fontaine reveal happens. Tenenbaum and the Little Sisters had an eerie theme with some female vocalizing and mournful strings and woodwinds to indicate their current state. Sander Cohen gets a waltz-like motif with vibrant violins and violas and peppery woodwinds backing to show his artistic, open state.)

Best Cinematography

Best Editing

Best Art Direction

Best Costume Design

Best Makeup
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing

Best Visual Effects

Best Use of Action


Mysteries of the Beyond

Best Original Screenplay

Best Original Score- Michael Giacchino (The score has a very nautical foundation, with lots of vibrant horns and woodwinds setting the base for the adventure style music. The Copernicus' theme is based off of this foundation, with a proud, hopeful air to it as it explores the galaxy. We get a love theme for Edward and Naira that is mellow and sweet with light woodwinds support a violin melody. The Spasslians get a theme (which first appears during the initial lizard attack) that is booming and intimidating, with heavy, tribal percussion instruments setting the baseline and sharp horns and strings adding layers.)
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing

Best Visual Effects

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SocietyBest PictureBest Director - Sam MendesBest EnsembleBest Actor - Colton HaynesBest Actress - Jennifer LawrenceBest Supporting Actor - Zac EfronBest Supporting Actress - Samantha BarksBest Supporting Actress - Emma StoneBest Original ScreenplayBest Film EditingBest Original Songs

 

1. Being Different- Zac Efron, Colton Haynes, Jennifer Lawrence, Samantha Barks, and Cast 

2. Childhood- Emma Stone and Colton Haynes 

3. Path I Should Take- Zac Efron 

4. Party Away- Colton Haynes, Zac Efron, Jennifer Lawrence, and Emma Stone 

5. Why Do You Judge?- Elijah Kelley and Zac Efron 

6. What Shall I Do?- Jennifer Lawrence

7. Did You Hear!- Entire Cast

8. Erase Our Mistake- Jennifer Lawrence and Colton Haynes

9. Whore- Jennifer Lawrence and Cast

10. Will Never Leave You- Samantha Barks

11. Beautiful- Colton Haynes

12. Life is Precious– Samantha Barks and Colton Haynes

13. Past– Colton Haynes and Jennifer Lawrence

14. Could Have Been- Colton Haynes

15. Alone- Jennifer Lawrence

16. Murderers- Emma Stone

17. Allah’s Will- Elijah Kelley and Cast

18. This Must End- Samantha Barks and Zac Efron

19. Time For Change- Samantha Barks, Zac Efron, Elijah Kelley, and Emma Stone

20. Only Way- Elijah Kelley

21. Why Do Bad Things Happen?- Samantha Barks, Jennifer Lawrence, and Emma Stone

22. Don’t You Care?- Samantha Barks 

23. My Beautiful- Jennifer Lawrence

24. Everlasting Love- Colton Haynes and Jennifer Lawrence 

25. Peace and Rest to All- Entire Cast 

 

Best Art DirectionBest Costume DesignBest Makeup and HairstylingBest Sound Mixing

 

 

The Screwtape Letters

 

Best Director- Guillermo Del Toro

Best Actor- Liam Hemsowrth

Best Supporting Actor- Gary Oldman

Best Adapted Screenplay

Best Art Direction

Best Film Editing

Best Costume Design

Bets Orignal Score

Best Makeup 

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Greyhound Girl

Best Picture

Best Actress - Danielle Panabaker

Best Director - James Mangold

Best Supporting Actor - Ben Foster

Best Supporting Actress - Meryl Streep

Best Original Screenplay

Subway Nest

Best Voice In a Leading Role - Jesse Eisenberg

Best Voice in a Supporting Role - Jodie Foster

Best Animated Feature

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The Miracle At The Meadowlands
Best Documentary
Best Original Song - "The Miracle" by Bruce Springsteen


The Golden Bird
Best Animated Film
Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role - David Tennant
Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role - Gerard Butler
Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role- Jay Baruchel
Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role- Claire Danes
Best Original Screenplay
Best Original Score - John Powell (similar to How To Train Your Dragon, lots of folks themes)
Best Original Song - "The Prince" by Eddie Vedder
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing


Planeswalkers: Betrayals
Best Film
Best Director - Joss Whedon
Best Supporting Actress - Dakota Fanning

Best Supporting Actor - Andy Serkis
Best Ensemble

Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Original Score - Howard Shore (epic, Avatar-style score)
Best Art Direction

Best Editing
Best Cinematography
Best Use of Action
Best Costume Design
Best Visual Effects
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing


Wicked
Best Film
Best Director - Baz Luhrmann
Best Actress - Emily Blunt
Best Actress - Samantha Banks
Best Supporting Actor - James Franco
Best Ensemble
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Art Direction
Best Editing
Best Cinematography
Best Make-Up
Best Costume Design
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing


The Cloud
Worst Supporting Actress - Blake Lively :D
Best Film Editing
Best Original Song - "I Don't Want To Close My Eyes" by Aerosmith
Best Art Direction
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing
Best Visual Effects
Best Use of Action


The Zone
Best Film
Best Director - Terrence Malick
Best Actor - Ed Harris
Best Supporting Actress - Marcia Gay Harden
Best Supporting Actor - Sean Penn

Best Suporting Actor - Dustin Hoffman
Best Score - Jonny Greenwood (incredibly varied, nice electronic themes similar to Blade Runner as well as tense original pieces mixed with classic composers like Bach just the way he did it in There Will Be Blood. Some mysterious, alternative tunes are floating in as well clearly showing the Radiohead background) 

Best Song - "Dawn of Oblivion" by Radiohead
Best Ensemble
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Art Direction
Best Editing
Best Cinematography
Best Sound Mixing
Best Sound Editing


The Shepherd and the Daughter of the Sun
Best Foreign Language Film
Best Director - Tommy Lee Jones
Best Original Screenplay
Best Original Score - Gustavo Santaolalla (mainly guitar based, lots of catchy and relaxing tunes, some sorrow guitar plays as well)
Best Cinematography
Best Art Direction
Best Costume
Best Make-Up

 

 

Kind Hearts and Coronets

Best Film
Best Director - Joe Wright
Best Actor - Aaron Taylor-Johnson 
Best Supporting Actress - Carey Mulligan
Best Ensemble
Best Adapted Screenplay

Best Original Score - Dario Marianelli (mainly paino based, similar to Atonement)
Best Art Direction
Best Editing
Best Cinematography
Best Make-Up
Best Costume Design

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