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92nd Academy Awards Nominations Announced - Full List for 2019

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January 13, 2020
Source: Oscars.org

Oscars Nominations 2019

The complete list of nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards, the most prestigious award in Hollywood, have been announced today (from Oscars.org). The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences revealed the nominees this morning via live broadcast. Looking back on it, 2019 was a particularly exciting year for cinema, with a set of extraordinary films - many of which (but not all!) are thankfully getting honored with well-deserved nominations. There's no need to spend any more time introducing, let's get right into it! This year, The Academy selected a total of nine Best Picture nominees, including: The Irishman, Jojo Rabbit, Joker, Little Women, and Parasite. What a day for Parasite! Without further ado, review the full list below.

The 92nd Academy Awards will take place on Sunday, February 9th at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood with a live telecast airing on ABC. This year's ceremony will not have a host. Here are 2019's nominations:

PICTURE:
Ford v Ferrari
The Irishman
Jojo Rabbit
Joker
Little Women
Marriage Story
1917
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Parasite

DIRECTOR:
Martin Scorsese - The Irishman
Todd Phillips - Joker
Sam Mendes - 1917
Quentin Tarantino - Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Bong Joon-ho - Parasite

ACTOR:
Antonio Banderas - Pain and Glory
Leonardo DiCaprio - Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Adam Driver - Marriage Story
Joaquin Phoenix - Joker
Jonathan Pryce - The Two Popes

ACTRESS:
Cynthia Erivo - Harriet
Scarlett Johansson - Marriage Story
Saoirse Ronan - Little Women
Charlize Theron - Bombshell
Renée Zellweger - Judy

SUPPORTING ACTOR:
Tom Hanks - A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Anthony Hopkins - The Two Popes
Al Pacino - The Irishman
Joe Pesci - The Irishman
Brad Pitt - Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
Kathy Bates - Richard Jewell
Laura Dern - Marriage Story
Scarlett Johansson - Jojo Rabbit
Florence Pugh - Little Women
Margot Robbie - Bombshell

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY:
Knives Out - Rian Johnson
Marriage Story - Noah Baumbach
1917 - Sam Mendes & Krysty Wilson-Cairns
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - Quentin Tarantino
Parasite - Bong Joon-ho & Jin Won Han

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY:
The Irishman - Steven Zaillian
Jojo Rabbit - Taika Waititi
Joker - Todd Phillips & Scott Silver
Little Women - Greta Gerwig
The Two Popes - Anthony McCarten

ANIMATED FEATURE:
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
I Lost My Body
Klaus
Missing Link
Toy Story 4

INTERNATIONAL FEATURE:
Corpus Christi (Poland)
Honeyland (North Macedonia)
Les Misérables (France)
Pain and Glory (Spain)
Parasite (South Korea)

CINEMATOGRAPHY:
The Irishman - Rodrigo Prieto
Joker - Lawrence Sher
The Lighthouse - Jarin Blaschke
1917 - Roger Deakins
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - Robert Richardson

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE:
American Factory - Steven Bognar & Julia Reichert
The Cave - Feras Fayyad
The Edge of Democracy - Petra Costa
For Sama - Waad al-Kateab & Edward Watts
Honeyland - Tamara Kotevska & Ljubomir Stefanov

DOCUMENTARY SHORT:
In the Absence
Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone
Life Overtakes Me
St. Louis Superman
Walk Run Cha-Cha

ANIMATED SHORT:
Dcera (Daughter)
Hair Love
Kitbull
Memorable
Sister

LIVE-ACTION SHORT:
Brotherhood
Nefta Football Club
The Neighbors' Window
Saria
A Sister

VISUAL EFFECTS:
Avengers: Endgame
The Irishman
The Lion King
1917
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

PRODUCTION DESIGN:
The Irishman - PD: Bob Shaw / Set: Regina Graves
Jojo Rabbit - PD: Ra Vincent / Set: Nora Sopková
1917 - PD: Dennis Gassner / Set: Lee Sandales
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - PD: Barbara Ling / Set: Nancy Haigh
Parasite - PD: Lee Ha Jun / Set: Cho Won Woo

COSTUME DESIGN:
The Irishman - Sandy Powell & Christopher Peterson
Jojo Rabbit - Mayes C. Rubeo
Joker - Mark Bridges
Little Women - Jacqueline Durran
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - Arianne Phillips

MAKE-UP & HAIR:
Bombshell - Kazu Hiro, Anne Morgan, Vivian Baker
Joker - Nicki Ledermann & Kay Georgiou
Judy - Jeremy Woodhead
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil - Paul Gooch, Arjen Tuiten, David White
1917 - Naomi Donne, Tristan Versluis, Rebecca Cole

FILM EDITING:
Ford v Ferrari - Michael McCusker & Andrew Buckland
The Irishman - Thelma Schoonmaker
Jojo Rabbit - Tom Eagles
Joker - Jeff Groth
Parasite - Yang Jinmo

SOUND MIXING:
Ad Astra
Ford v Ferrari
Joker
1917
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

SOUND EDITING:
Ford v Ferrari
Joker
1917
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

ORIGINAL SCORE:
Joker - Hildur Guðnadóttir
Little Women - Alexandre Desplat
Marriage Story - Randy Newman
1917 - Thomas Newman
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - John Williams

ORIGINAL SONG:
"I Can't Let You Throw Yourself Away" - Toy Story 4
"I'm Gonna Love Me Again" - Rocketman
"I'm Standing With You" - Breakthrough
"Into the Unknown" - Frozen 2
"Stand Up" - Harriet

Congratulations to all of this year's nominees. The selections this year are fantastic all around, it's hard to complain about the nominees they did choose because they're all deserving of the acclaim. There are a few glaring omissions. I am, of course, a bit sad that The Farewell got shut out, and Greta Gerwig got shut out of Best Directing. But I am overjoyed to see films like I Lost My Body, Ad Astra, Ford v Ferrari, Jojo Rabbit, and Kitbull getting in. And Bong Joon-ho's Parasite!! Hell yes, Parasite!! Go Bong, go!! It totally broke in, picked up several worthy noms outside of Best Foreign Language Film, and even got Bong Joon-ho into Best Directing. Which RULES! Overall I'm pretty much satisfied with these nominations, but I'm sure there will be plenty of major discussion/complaints as is the norm. What do you think of these nominations this year?

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24 Comments

1

I think the Irishman was slow and boring...how many times can the wives gripe about stopping to smoke? Or not smoke in the car? The only thing I liked about it was Al Pacino as Jimmy Hoffa, definitely Oscar worthy performance.

SteadyEddieTX on Jan 13, 2020

2

I love Parasite, but it's an american award, so I don't get why it get nominated in so many categories except Best international film, especially Best picture. If they wanna nominate like that, they should be consistent; it's a lot of other great movies made outside of US, that is as good or even better than the american films. (I know that this have happend many times before.)

Håkan on Jan 13, 2020

3

While the awards are based in America, they are not chosen for their provenance. The Academy is actually an international organization, with members in countries all over the world. So if they deem a non-American film worthy of a Best Picture nomination, it is their prerogative.

DAVIDPD on Jan 13, 2020

4

If that's the case, the nominations are untrue and unfair, if you look at the other wonderful movies that came out last year, made outside of America. It's so many non-american films that's deserve to be nominated. Like Portrait of a lady in fire, The nightingale, Atlantique, Sorry we missed you. It's like the academy, thinks that only Parasite is worth comparing to the american quality standard.

Håkan on Jan 13, 2020

5

Actually Portrait of a Lady on Fire was not even up for consideration because France had to submit one movie and they went with Les Misérables. It was solely their decision. I would imagine this one-movie-per-country rule makes your case even more. It would be nice to have a completely non-biased international awards competition but that would be too good to be true. Then again the Cannes film festival comes pretty close.

Isildur_of_Numenor on Jan 14, 2020

6

Actually Portrait of a Lady on Fire was not even up for consideration because France had to submit one movie and they went with Les Misérables. It was solely their decision. I would imagine this one-movie-per-country rule makes your case even more. It would be nice to have a completely non-biased international awards competition but that would be too good to be true. Then again the Cannes film festival comes pretty close.

Isildur_of_Numenor on Jan 14, 2020

7

Now that I'm thinking about it, I know the one-movie-per-country rule applies to the best foreign language film category but I'm not sure if it applies to all other categories.

Isildur_of_Numenor on Jan 14, 2020

8

Sure is. Unfair, I mean. Director Park was true in his statement in overcoming the one inch bar at the bottom of our screens.

DAVIDPD on Jan 15, 2020

9

The Lighthouse deserved more love.

grimjob on Jan 13, 2020

10

Agreed. Dafoe and Pattinson did such a remarkable job, at least one should have received a nomination.

CShane on Jan 13, 2020

11

I'm with you both!! It's one of my favorite films of last year, a masterpiece. I was hoping Dafoe would sneak in, but nah. I guess enough voters didn't really give it a chance...

Alex Billington on Jan 13, 2020

12

Gotta say, I was impressed with Pattinson. I've never seen him in anything, only knew he was shiny vampire, so I never paid attention. But he held his own with Dafoe, which must have been difficult.

grimjob on Jan 15, 2020

13

Me too. I feel he's branched out and really come into his own since the Twilight movies. Makes me confident he'll make a great Batman....we'll see.

CShane on Jan 15, 2020

14

I can highly recommend you "Good Time" (2017), then - great flick with a great performance by Pattinson. He was also quite good in Claire Denis' "High Life", but I really didn't care for the film as a whole. I also enjoyed his small but significant role in Michod's "The King" this year (a movie I also found as a whole quite good).

Terry Craig on Jan 17, 2020

15

Thank you sir.

grimjob on Jan 17, 2020

16

My thoughts exactly! Dafoe should've been a shoe-in. Just another reason to loathe the Oscars and their stupid nominees.

THE_RAW_ on Jan 14, 2020

17

Yeah, the only awards shows I've ever liked were the MTV music and movie awards in the early-mid 90s, then MTV went to shit.

grimjob on Jan 15, 2020

18

Yeah when they stopped playing music. Now I still have no idea WTH it's supposed to be.

THE_RAW_ on Jan 15, 2020

19

Whatever it is, it appears to be for tweens.

grimjob on Jan 15, 2020

20

If PARASITE wins best Picture I will lose it.

DAVIDPD on Jan 13, 2020

21

ME TOO!!! Here's hoping. Damn well deserves it!! I mean, it's unprecedented and totally awesome that it even has six nominations. So happy!! Bong Joon-ho FTW!!

Alex Billington on Jan 13, 2020

22

"Glasgow" from Wild Rose deserved an original song nom. Would've been nice to see Jessie Buckley perform it at the oscars, she's so talented. Once Upon wasn't very good imo, Brad Pitt was great in it though so he deserves the nom.

Efterklang on Jan 13, 2020

23

There's a lot of movies/actors/actresses on here that don't deserve to be. While the Irishman and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood are good movies, I don't feel they're good enough to be best picture noms. Also, if Toy Story wins for best animated feature, I'm DONE.

THE_RAW_ on Jan 14, 2020

24

1917 needs to take a handful of categories, saw it a second time tonight and it still got me.

Tyler Raney on Jan 14, 2020

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