UPDATED: 2014 Hollywood awards season scorecard

BY Joanna Mendoza

"12 Years a Slave" is one of the winningest films so far this awards season. (Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures)

“12 Years a Slave” may not be the winningest, but it’s won most of the Best Picture honors so far this awards season. (Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures)

UPDATE, Feb. 24, 2014 (originally published Jan. 22): It’s only one week before the Oscars! Not up to speed? Here’s something that will help you prioritize which films to watch at the last minute: a 2014 awards season scorecard (updated)! If you want only the Oscars, click here instead. Happy Oscar cramming!

UPDATE, Feb. 17, 2014: The BAFTAs held few surprises in the main categories. 12 Years a Slave, Alfonso Cuaron, and Cate Blanchett won Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actress, respectively. And with no Dallas Buyers Club, British actor–and Best Film 12 Years a Slave lead–Chiwetel Ejiofor won Best Actor, and second season-favorite Barkhad Abdi won Best Supporting Actor. Jennifer Lawrence’s Best Supporting Actress win wasn’t a shocker either, given how much more popular she is internationally than most likely Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o. The Best Adapted Screenplay category has been all over the place so far, but it was somewhat expected that the honor would go to British film Philomena‘s Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope.

The Original Screenplay winner was a bit of a surprise. Her wasn’t nominated in the Original Screenplay category, so some people thought the award might be given to Outstanding British Film nominee (and eventual winner) Gravity‘s Alfonso and Jonas Cuaron. The honor was given to American Hustle‘s Eric Warren Singer and David O. Russell instead.

Of all the results, I was most glad about American Hustle‘s Make-Up and Hair win. I’m still scratching my head over the Oscar snub. Didn’t the Academy see the combover, the perm, the bouffant?

Still…on to the Oscars!

UPDATE, Feb. 3, 2014: Shocker, shocker. Spike Jonze won Best Original Screenplay for Her at the Writers Guild Awards. Less predictable was Billy Ray’s Best Adapted Screenplay win for Captain Phillips. At the Critics’ Choice, the honor went to John Ridley for 12 Years a Slave.

UPDATE, Jan. 26, 2014: No surprises here. The DGA bestowed its highest film honor to Alfonso Cuaron for his work in Gravity. He also won Best Director at the Golden Globes and Critics’ Choice.

ORIGINAL POST, Jan. 22, 2014: Now that we have a few days of respite from last week’s awards onslaught, let’s take a look at how the nominated films are doing. Who’s the winningest? Which films are most likely going to remain Oscar nominees instead of becoming Oscar winners? Check out the awards season trend (in alphabetical order) so far…

12 YEARS A SLAVE (8 wins) 

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Motion Picture Drama – WON

Best Actor Drama, Chiwetel Ejiofor – nominated
Best Supporting Actress, Lupita Nyong’o – nominated
Best Supporting Actor, Michael Fassbender – nominated
Best Director, Steve McQueen – nominated
Best Screenplay – nominated
Best Original Score – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Picture – WON

Best Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – WON
Best Acting Ensemble – nominated
Best Director – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – WON
Best Cinematography – nominated
Best Art Direction – nominated
Best Editing – nominated
Best Costume Design – nominated
Best Makeup – nominated
Best Score – nominated

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Ensemble Cast – nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor – nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor – nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress – WON

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Picture – WON

DIRECTORS GUILD (concluded)
Feature Film – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Film – WON

Best Actor – WON
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – nominated
Best Director – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated
Best Cinematography – nominated
Best Editing – nominated
Best Music – nominated
Best Production Design – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Director – nominated
Best Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated
Best Film Editing – nominated
Best Production Design – nominated
Best Costume Design – nominated

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20 FEET FROM STARDOM (1 win) 

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Documentary Feature – WON

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Documentary Feature – nominated

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ALL IS LOST (1 win)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Actor Drama, Robert Redford – nominated
Best Original Score – WON

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Actor – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Sound – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Sound Editing – nominated

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ALONE YET NOT ALONE

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Original Song, “Alone Yet Not Alone” – nominated

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AMERICAN HUSTLE (11 wins)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Picture Comedy or Musical – WON

Best Actress Comedy, Amy Adams – WON
Best Actor Comedy, Christian Bale – nominated
Best Supporting Actress, Jennifer Lawrence – WON
Best Supporting Actor, Bradley Cooper – nominated
Best Director, David O. Russell – nominated
Best Screenplay – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – nominated
Best Acting Ensemble – WON
Best Director – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – nominated
Best Editing – nominated
Best Costume Design – nominated
Best Makeup – WON
Best Comedy – WON
Best Actor in a Comedy – nominated
Best Actress in a Comedy – WON

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Ensemble Cast – WON

Outstanding Supporting Actress – nominated

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated

DIRECTORS GUILD (concluded)
Feature Film – nominated

Writers Guild (concluded)
Original Screenplay – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Film – nominated
Best Actor – nominated
Best Actress – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – WON
Best Director – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – WON
Best Costume Design – nominated
Best Make-up and Hair – WON
Best Production Design – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Director – nominated
Best Actor – nominated
Best Actress – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – nominated
Best Film Editing – nominated
Best Production Design – nominated
Best Costume Design – nominated

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AQUEL NO ERA YO (THAT WASN’T ME)

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Live Action Short Film – nominated

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AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Actress Comedy or Musical, Meryl Streep – nominated
Best Supporting Actress, Julia Roberts – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Actress – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – nominated
Best Acting Ensemble – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Ensemble Cast – nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress – nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress – nominated

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Adapted Screenplay – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Supporting Actress – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Actress – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – nominated

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AVANT QUE DE TOUT PERDRE (JUST BEFORE LOSING EVERYTHING)

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Live Action Short Film – nominated

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BEFORE MIDNIGHT

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Actress Comedy or Musical – Julie Delpy – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Adapted Screenplay – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated

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BEHIND THE CANDELABRA

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Supporting Actor, Matt Damon – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated
Best Costume Design – nominated
Best Make-up and Hair – nominated
Best Production Design – nominated

Note: Behind the Candelabra has won quite the number of awards in the U.S., but it’s classified under the TV (miniseries) category, not film. 

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BLACKFISH

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Documentary Feature – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Documentary – nominated

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BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR (2 wins)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Young Actor/Actress, Adele Exarchopoulos – WON
Best Foreign Language Film – WON

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Foreign Film – nominated

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BLUE JASMINE (4 wins)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Actress Drama, Cate Blanchett – WON

Best Supporting Actress, Sally Hawkins – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Actress – WON

Best Original Screenplay – nominated

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Lead Actress – WON

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Original Screenplay – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Actress – WON
Best Supporting Actress – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Actress – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – nominated

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CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (2 wins)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Picture Drama – nominated
Best Actor Drama, Tom Hanks – nominated
Best Supporting Actor, Barkhad Abdi – nominated
Best Director, Paul Greengrass – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Director – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated
Best Editing – nominated

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Lead Actor – nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor – nominated

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated

DIRECTORS GUILD (concluded)
Feature Film – nominated

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Adapted Screenplay – WON

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Film – nominated
Best Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – WON
Best Director – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated
Best Cinematography – nominated
Best Editing – nominated
Best Music – nominated
Best Sound – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated
Best Film Editing – nominated
Best Sound Editing – nominated
Best Sound Mixing – nominated

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CAVEDIGGER

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Documentary Short Subject – nominated

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CUTIE AND THE BOXER

DIRECTORS GUILD (concluded)
Documentary, Zachary Heinzerling – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Documentary Feature – nominated

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DALLAS BUYERS CLUB (6 wins)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Actor Drama, Matthew McConaughey – WON

Best Supporting Actor, Jared Leto – WON

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Actor – WON
Best Supporting Actor – WON

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Ensemble Cast – nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor – WON
Outstanding Supporting Actor – WON

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Original Screenplay – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Picture
Best Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Original Screenplay
Best Film Editing
Best Makeup and Hairstyling

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DESPICABLE ME 2

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Animated Feature Film – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Animated Feature – nominated
Best Song, “Happy” – nominated

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Animated Feature – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Animated Film – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Original Song – nominated
Best Animated Feature Film – nominated

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DIRTY WARS

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Documentary Screenplay – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Documentary Feature – nominated

—–

ENDER’S GAME

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Young Actor/Actress, Asa Butterfield – nominated

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ENOUGH SAID

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Actress Comedy or Musical, Julia Louis-Dreyfus – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Supporting Actor, James Gandolfini – nominated 
Best Comedy – nominated
Best Actor in a Comedy – nominated
Best Actress in a Comedy – nominated

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Supporting Actor – nominated

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EPIC

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Animated Feature – nominated

—–

ERNEST & CELESTINE

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Animated Feature Film – nominated

—–

EVERYTHING I CAN SEE FROM HERE 

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Short Animation – nominated

—–

FACING FEAR

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Documentary Short Subject – nominated

—–

FAST & FURIOUS 6

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture – nominated

—–

FERAL

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Animated Short Film – nominated

—–

FOR THOSE IN PERIL

BAFTAs (concluded)
Outstanding Debut by a British writer, director, or producer – Paul Wright, Polly Stokes – nominated

—–

FRANCES HA

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Actress Comedy or Musical, Greta Gerwig – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Actress in a Comedy – nominated

—–

FROZEN (5 wins)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Original Song – “Let It Go” – nominated
Best Animated Feature Film – WON

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Animated Feature – WON

Best Song – WON

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Animated Feature – WON

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Animated Film – WON

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Original Song – nominated
Best Animated Feature Film – nominated

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GOOD VIBRATIONS

BAFTAs (concluded)
Outstanding Debut by a British writer, director, or producer – Colin Carberry, Glenn Patterson – nominated

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GRAVITY (16 wins)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Picture Drama – nominated
Best Actress Drama, Sandra Bullock – nominated
Best Director, Alfonso Cuaron – WON
Best Original Score – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Actress – nominated
Best Director – WON
Best Cinematography – WON
Best Art Direction – nominated
Best Editing – WON
Best Visual Effects – WON
Best Actress in an Action Movie – WON
Best Sci-fi/Horror Movie – WON
Best Score – WON

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Lead Actress – nominated

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Picture – WON

DIRECTORS GUILD (concluded)
Feature Film – WON

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Film – nominated
Outstanding British Film – WON
Best Actress – nominated
Best Director – WON
Best Original Screenplay – nominated
Best Cinematography – WON
Best Editing – nominated
Best Music – WON
Best Production Design – nominated
Best Sound – WON
Best Visual Effects – WON

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Director – nominated
Best Actress – nominated
Best Film Editing – nominated
Best Cinematography – nominated
Best Visual Effects – nominated
Best Original Score – nominated
Best Sound Editing – nominated
Best Sound Mixing – nominated
Best Production Design – nominated

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GET A HORSE!

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Animated Short Film – nominated

—–

HELIUM

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Live Action Short Film – nominated

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HER (3 wins)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Picture Comedy or Musical – nominated
Best Actor Comedy or Musical, Joaquin Phoenix – nominated
Best Screenplay – WON

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Supporting Actress, Scarlett Johansson – nominated
Best Director, Spike Jonze – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – WON
Best Art Direction – nominated
Best Score – nominated

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Original Screenplay – WON

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – nominated
Best Original Score – nominated
Best Original Song, “The Moon Song” – nominated
Best Production Design – nominated

—–

HERBLOCK: THE BLACK & THE WHITE 

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Documentary – nominated

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I AM TOM MOODY

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Short Animation – nominated

—–

INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Picture Comedy or Musical – nominated
Best Actor Comedy or Musical, Oscar Isaac – nominated
Best Original Song, “Please Mr. Kennedy” – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – nominated
Best Cinematography – nominated
Best Song – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Original Screenplay – nominated
Best Cinematography – nominated
Best Sound – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Cinematography – nominated
Best Sound Mixing – nominated

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IRON MAN 3

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Visual Effects – nominated
Best Action Movie – nominated
Best Actor in an Action Movie, Robert Downey Jr. – nominated
Best Actress in an Action Movie, Gwyneth Paltrow – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Visual Effects – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Visual Effects – nominated

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ISLAND QUEEN 

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Short Film – nominated

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JACKASS PRESENTS: BAD GRANDPA

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Makeup and Hairstyling – nominated

—–

KARAMA HAS NO WALLS

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Documentary Short Subject – nominated

—–

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Short Film – nominated

—–

KELLY + VICTOR (1 win)

BAFTAs (concluded)
Outstanding Debut by a British writer, director, or producer – Kieran Evans – WON

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LABOR DAY

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Actress Drama, Kate Winslet – nominated

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LONE SURVIVOR (3 wins)

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Action Movie – WON

Best Actor in an Action Movie, Mark Wahlberg – WON

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture – WON

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Adapted Screenplay – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Sound Editing – nominated
Best Sound Mixing – nominated

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MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM (1 win)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Actor Drama, Idris Elba – nominated
Best Original Score – nominated
Best Original Song, “Ordinary Love” – WON

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Song – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Outstanding British Film – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Original Song – nominated

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MAN OF STEEL

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Actor in an Action Movie, Henry Cavill – nominated

—–

METRO MANILA 

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Foreign Film – nominated

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MONSTERS UNIVERSITY

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Animated Feature – nominated

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Animated Feature – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Animated Film – nominated

—–

MR. HUBLOT

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Animated Short Film – nominated

—–

MUD

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Young Actor/Actress, Tye Sheridan – nominated

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NEBRASKA

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Picture Comedy or Musical – nominated
Best Actor Comedy, Bruce Dern – nominated
Best Supporting Actress, June Squibb – nominated
Best Director, Alexander Payne – nominated
Best Screenplay – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – nominated
Best Acting Ensemble – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – nominated
Best Cinematography – nominated

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Lead Actor – nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress – nominated

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Original Screenplay – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Actor – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – nominated
Best Cinematography – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Director – nominated
Best Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actress – nominated
Best Original Screenplay – nominated
Best Cinematography – nominated

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OMAR

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

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ONE CHANCE

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Original Song, “Sweeter Than Fiction” – nominated

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ORBIT EVER AFTER 

BAFTAs (Feb. 16)
Best Short Film – nominated

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PACIFIC RIM

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Visual Effects – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Visual Effects – nominated

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PHILOMENA (1 win)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Picture Drama – nominated
Best Actress Drama, Judi Dench – nominated
Best Screenplay – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Actress – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Lead Actress – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Film – nominated
Outstanding British Film – nominated
Best Actress – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – WON

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Actress – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated
Best Original Score – nominated

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PITAAKO MUN KAIKKI HOITAA (DO I HAVE TO TAKE CARE OF EVERYTHING?)

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Live Action Short Film – nominated

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POSSESSIONS

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Animated Short Film – nominated

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PRISON TERMINAL: THE LAST DAYS OF PRIVATE JACK HALL

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Documentary Short Subject – nominated

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PRISONERS

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Cinematography – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Cinematography – nominated

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ROOM 8 (1 win)

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Short Film – nominated

—–

ROOM ON THE BROOM

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Animated Short Film – nominated

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RUSH (1 win)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Picture Drama – nominated
Best Supporting Actor, Daniel Bruhl – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Editing – nominated
Best Makeup – nominated
Best Action Movie – nominated

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Supporting Actor – nominated
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Outstanding British Film – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Editing – WON
Best Sound – nominated

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SAVING MR. BANKS

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Actress Drama, Emma Thompson – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Actress – nominated
Best Costume Design – nominated
Best Score – nominated

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Lead Actress – nominated

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Outstanding British Film – nominated
Best Actress – nominated
Best Costume Design – nominated
Best Music – nominated
Outstanding Debut by a British writer, director, or producer – Kelly Marcel – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Original Score – nominated

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SEA VIEW

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Short Film – nominated

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SHELL

BAFTAs (concluded)
Outstanding Debut by a British writer, director, or producer – Scott Graham – nominated

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SHORT TERM 12

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Actress, Brie Larson – nominated

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SLEEPING WITH THE FISHES (1 win)

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Short Animation – WON

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STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Visual Effects – nominated
Best Action Movie – nominated
Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Visual Effects – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Visual Effects – nominated

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STORIES WE TELL (1 win)

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Documentary Feature – nominated

DIRECTORS GUILD (concluded)
Documentary, Sarah Polley – nominated

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Documentary – WON

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THE ACT OF KILLING (1 win)

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Documentary Feature – nominated

DIRECTORS GUILD (concluded)
Documentary, Joshua Oppenheimer – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Documentary – WON
Best Foreign Film – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Documentary Feature – nominated

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THE ARMSTRONG LIE

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Documentary – nominated

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THE BOOK THIEF

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Original Score – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Young Actor/Actress, Sophie Nelisse – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Music – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Original Score – nominated

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THE BROKEN CIRCLE BREAKDOWN

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

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THE BUTLER

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Supporting Actress, Oprah Winfrey – nominated
Best Acting Ensemble- nominated
Best Makeup – nominated

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Ensemble Cast – nominated
Outstanding Lead Actor, Forest Whitaker – nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actress

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Supporting Actress – nominated
Best Make-up and Hair – nominated

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THE CRASH REEL

DIRECTORS GUILD (concluded)
Documentary, Lucy Walker – nominated

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THE CROODS

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Animated Feature Film – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Animated Feature – nominated

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Animated Feature – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Animated Feature Film – nominated

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THE CONJURING 

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie – nominated

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THE GRANDMASTER

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Cinematography – nominated
Best Costume Design – nominated

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THE GREAT BEAUTY (2 wins)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Foreign Language Film – WON

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Foreign Film – WON

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

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THE GREAT GATSBY (4 wins)

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Art Direction – WON

Best Costume Design – WON
Best Song, “Young and Beautiful” – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Costume Design – WON
Best Make-up and Hair – nominated
Best Production Design – WON

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Production Design – nominated
Best Costume Design – nominated

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THE HEAT

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Comedy – nominated
Best Actress in a Comedy – Sandra Bullock – nominated
Best Actress in a Comedy – Melissa McCarthy – nominated

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THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Art Direction – nominated
Best Costume Design – nominated
Best Makeup – nominated
Best Visual Effects – nominated
Best Actress in an Action Movie, Evangeline Lilly – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Make-up and Hair – nominated
Best Visual Effects – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Visual Effects – nominated
Best Sound Editing – nominated
Best Sound Mixing – nominated

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THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Original Song, “Atlas” – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Action Movie – nominated
Best Actress in an Action Movie, Jennifer Lawrence – nominated
Best Song – nominated

—–

THE HUNT

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

—–

THE INVISIBLE WOMAN

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Costume Design – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Costume Design – nominated

—–

THE LADY IN NUMBER 6: MUSIC SAVED MY LIFE

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Documentary Short Subject – nominated

—–

THE LONE RANGER

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Visual Effects – nominated
Best Makeup and Hairstyling – nominated

—–

THE MISSING PICTURE

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

—–

THE PAST

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Foreign Language Film

—–

THE SQUARE (1 win)

DIRECTORS GUILD (concluded)
Documentary, Jehane Noujaim – WON

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Documentary Feature – nominated

—–

THE SELFISH GIANT

BAFTAs (concluded)
Outstanding British Film – nominated

—–

THE VOORMAN PROBLEM

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Live Action Short Film – nominated

—–

THE WAY WAY BACK

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Young Actor/Actress, Liam James – nominated
Best Comedy, Best Actor in a Comedy, Sam Rockwell – nominated

—–

THE WIND RISES

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Animated Feature – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Actor – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Animated Feature Film

—–

THE WOLF OF WALL STREET (2 wins)

GOLDEN GLOBES (concluded)
Best Picture Comedy or Musical – nominated
Best Actor Comedy or Musical, Leonardo DiCaprio – WON

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Acting Ensemble – nominated
Best Director, Martin Scorsese – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated
Best Editing – nominated
Best Actor in a Comedy – WON

PRODUCERS GUILD (concluded)
Best Picture – nominated

DIRECTORS GUILD (concluded)
Feature Film – nominated

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Adapted Screenplay – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Actor – nominated
Best Director – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay – nominated
Best Editing – nominated

ACADEMY AWARDS (March 2)
Best Picture – nominated
Best Director – nominated
Best Actor – nominated
Best Supporting Actor – nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay

—–

THE WOLVERINE

SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (concluded)
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture – nominated

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THE WORLD’S END

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Comedy – nominated
Best Actor in a Comedy, Simon Pegg – nominated

—–

THIS IS THE END

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Comedy – nominated

—–

TIM’S VERMEER

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Documentary Feature – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Documentary – nominated

—–

WADJDA

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Foreign Language Film – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Foreign Film – nominated

—–

WE STEAL SECRETS

WRITERS GUILD (concluded)
Documentary – nominated

BAFTAs (concluded)
Best Documentary – nominated

—–

WORLD WAR Z

CRITICS’ CHOICE (concluded)
Best Actor in an Action Movie, Brad Pitt – nominated
Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie – nominated

—–

RISING STAR AWARD NOMINEES AT THE BAFTAs

Dane DeHaan
George MacKay
Lupita Nyong’o
Will Poulter – WON
Lea Seydoux

For our Oscar viewing list, click here

The 86th Academy Awards is scheduled on March 2, 2014, in the U.S. It is usually shown in the Philippines live via satellite on the Velvet Channel. 

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