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Critics Awards 2012 - 3/12/2012 8:46:37 PM   
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Best Film: Zero Dark Thirty
Best Director: Kathryn Bigelow - Zero Dark Thirty
Best Actress: Rachel Weisz - Deep Blue Sea
Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis - Lincoln
Best Supporting Actress: Sally Field - Lincoln
Best Supporting Actor: Matthew McConaughey - Bernie and Magic Mike
Best Screenplay: Tony Kushner - Lincoln
Best Cinematography: Zero Dark Thirty
Best Foreign Language Film: Michael Haneke - Amour
Best First Film: David France - How To Survive a Plague
Best Nonfiction Film: Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, David McMahon - The Central Park Five
Best Animated Film: Frankenweenie
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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 3/12/2012 9:01:27 PM   
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I'm not holding out too much for ZDT. For me Hurt Locker was massively over-rewarded so it'll be a lovely surprise if ZDT is a decent film.

Amused at the level of surprise over Weisz - it's a wonderful performance in a wonderful film


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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 3/12/2012 9:14:27 PM   
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I think the surprise is more to do with how under the radar the film has been.

I've seen a few comments saying that if Les Mis can't win in New York, it's not a good sign for the film's Oscar chances, not sure how true that is.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 3/12/2012 9:24:09 PM   
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I guess pundits and online critics maybe don't know as much as they think they do 

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ORIGINAL: Deviation] LIKE AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS TOO. IT MADE ME LAUGH A LOT AND THOUGHT IT WAS WITTY. ALSO I FEEL SLOWLY DYING INSIDE. I KEEP AGREEING WITH ELAB.


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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 3/12/2012 9:30:41 PM   
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It's a boost for her Oscar chances, especially in what's being seen as a fairly weak year for best actress.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 3/12/2012 9:34:40 PM   
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It so often is, although that's often because of what they nominate than what they could nominate I think.


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ORIGINAL: Deviation] LIKE AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS TOO. IT MADE ME LAUGH A LOT AND THOUGHT IT WAS WITTY. ALSO I FEEL SLOWLY DYING INSIDE. I KEEP AGREEING WITH ELAB.


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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 3/12/2012 9:38:04 PM   
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I agree, they often overlook the best performances. But I think the specific talk of it being weak this year is more about there not really being a big name actress in the race. If it's seen as Lawrence vs Chastain vs Wallis at the moment, it's not the high profile nature of Streep, Portman, Bullock, Winslet over the last few years.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 3/12/2012 9:49:57 PM   
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I guess profile suggests viewing figures to them - which says it all, sadly. 

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ORIGINAL: Deviation] LIKE AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS TOO. IT MADE ME LAUGH A LOT AND THOUGHT IT WAS WITTY. ALSO I FEEL SLOWLY DYING INSIDE. I KEEP AGREEING WITH ELAB.


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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 12:00:35 AM   
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IPA Satellite Nominations

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Motion Picture

Argo Warner Bros.
Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.
Beasts Of The Southern Wild Fox Searchlight Pictures
Les Misérables Universal
Skyfall Columbia Pictures
Moonrise Kingdom Focus Features
The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures
Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
Life Of Pi Twentieth Century Fox
Zero Dark Thirty Columbia Pictures

Director

David O. Russell Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.
Ben Affleck Argo Warner Bros.
Kim Ki-Duk Pieta Drafthouse Films
Ben Lewin The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures
Steven Spielberg Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
Kathryn Bigelow Zero Dark Thirty Columbia Pictures

Actress in a Motion Picture

Jennifer Lawrence Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.
Emilie Dequenne Our Children Versus Production
Keira Knightley Anna Karenina Focus Features
Emmanuelle Riva Amour Sony Pictures Classics
Laura Birn Purge Solar Films
Laura Linney Hyde Park On Hudson Focus Features
Jessica Chastain Zero Dark Thirty Columbia Pictures

Actor In A Motionn Picture

John Hawkes The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures
Omar Sy The Intouchables The Weinstein Co.
Hugh Jackman Les Misérables Universal
Joaquin Phoenix The Master The Weinstein Co.
Denzel Washington Flight Paramount Pictures
Daniel Day-Lewis Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
Bradley Cooper Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.

Actress In A Supporting Role

Amy Adams The Master The Weinstein Co.
Helene Florent Café De Flore Adopt Films
Anne Hathaway Les Misérables Universal
Helen Hunt The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures
Judi Dench Skyfall Columbia Pictures
Samantha Barks Les Miserables Universal

Actor In A Supporting Role

Philip Seymour Hoffman The Master The Weinstein Co.
Robert De Niro Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.
John Goodman Flight Paramount Pictures
Javier Bardem Skyfall Columbia Pictures
Tommy Lee Jones Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
Eddie Redmayne Les Misérables Universal

Motion Picture, International Film

Amour Sony Pictures Classics Austria
A Royal Affair Magnolia Pictures Denmark
The Intouchables The Weinstein Co. France
Our Children Le Films Du Losange Belgium
Kon-Tiki The Weinstein Co. Norway
Pieta Drafthouse Films South Korea
Beyond The Hills Sundance Selects Romania
War Witch Tribeca Film Canada
Caesar Must Die Adopt Film Italy

Motion Picture, Animated Or Mixed Media

Paranorman Focus Features
Wreck-It Ralph Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Rise Of The Guardians Dreamworks Animation
Brave Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Ice Age 4: Continental Drift Twentieth Century Fox Animation
Frankenweenie Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted Dreamworks Animation

Motion Picture, Documentary

The Central Park Five Sundance Selects
The Pruitt-Igoe Myth First Run Features
The Gatekeepers Sony Pictures Classics
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry Sundance Selects
West Of Memphis Sony Pictures Classics
Chasing Ice National Geographic
Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present Music Box Films
Searching For Sugar Man Sony Pictures Classics

Screenplay, Original

Eric Toledano, Olivier Nakache The Intouchables The Weinstein Co.
John Gatins Flight Paramount Pictures
Kim Ki-Duk Pieta Drafthouse Films
Roman Coppola, Wes Anderson Moonrise Kingdom Focus Features
Paul Thomas Anderson Times”> The Master The Weinstein Co.
Mark Boal Zero Dark Thirty Columbia Pictures

Screenplay,Adapted

Ben Lewin The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures (Based On Documentary “Breathing Lessons: The Life And Work Of Mark O’brien” Directed By Jessica Yu)
Tony Kushner, John Logan, Paul Webb Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone (Based On “Team Of Rivals: The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln” By Doris Kearns Goodwin)
Chris TerrioArgo Warner Bros. (Based On “Escape From Tehran” By Joshuah Bearman)
Tom StoppardAnna Karenina Focus Features (Based On The Novel By Leo Tolstoy)
David O. Russell Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co. (Based On Novel By Matthew Quick)
David Magee Life Of Pi Twentieth Century FoxBased On The Novel By Yann Martel)

Original Score Composer Title of Film

Alexandre Desplat Argo Warner Bros.
Dario Marianelli Anna Karenina Focus Features
Thomas Newman Skyfall Columbia Pictures
Jonny Greenwood The Master The Weinstein Co.
John Williams Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
Dan Romer, Benh Zeitlin Beasts Of The Southern Wild /Fox Searchlight Pictures

Original Song (Title Of Song Performer Writer(S) Title Of Film)

Learn Me Right Birdy Birdy & Mumford And Sons Brave
Still Alive Paul Williams Paul Williams Paul Williams: Still Alive
Skyfall Adele Adele Adkins, Paul Epworth Skyfall
Suddenly Hugh Jackman Alain Boubil, Herbert Kretzmer Les Misérables
Fire In The Blood/Snake Song Emmylou Harris Emmylou Harris, Nick Cave, Warren Ellis Lawless
Love Always Comes As A Surprise Peter Asher Peter Asher & Dave Stewart Madagascar 3

Cinematography

Ben Richardson Beasts Of The Southern Wild/Fox Searchlight Pictures
Mihai Malaimare Jr The Master/The Weinstein Co.
Janusz Kaminski Lincoln/Dreamworks/Touchstone
Roger Deakins Skyfall/Columbia Pictures
Seamus Mcgarvey Anna Karenina/Focus Features
Claudio Miranda Life Of Pi/Twentieth Century Fox

Visual Effects

Steve Begg, Arundi Asregadoo, Andrew Whitehurst Skyfall Columbia Pictures
Richard Stammers, Charley Henley, Martin Hill Prometheus Twentieth Century Fox
Bill Westenhofer Life Of Pi Twentieth Century Fox
Michael Lantieri, Kevin Baillie, Ryan Tudhope, Jim Gibbs Flight Paramount Pictures
Dan Glass, Geoffrey Hancock, Stephane Ceretti Cloud Atlas Warner Bros.
Chris Corbould, Paul Franklin The Dark Knight Rises Warner Bros.

Film Editing

Lisa Bromwell The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures
Jeremiah O’driscoll Flight Paramount Pictures
Dylan Tichenor Zero Dark Thirty Columbia Pictures
Alexander Berner Cloud Atlas Warner Bros
Jay Cassidy Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.
Chris Dickens Les Misérables Universal

Sound (Editing and Mixing)

Dennis Leonard Flight Paramount Pictures
John Warhurst, Lee Walpole, Simon Hayes Les Misérables Universal
Craig Henighan, Chris Munro Snow White And The Huntsman Universal
Baard H. Ingebretsen, Tormod Ringes Kon-Tiki The Weinstein Co.
Drew Kunin, Eugene Gearty, Philip Stockton Life Of Pi Twentieth Century Fox
Victor Ray Ennis, Ann Scibelli, John Cucci, Mark P. Stoeckinger Prometheus Twentieth Century Fox

Art Direction & Production Design

Rick Carter, Curt Beech, David Crank, Leslie Mcdonald Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
Nathan Crowley, Kevin Kavanaugh, James Hambidge, Naaman Marshall The Dark Knight Rises Warner Bros.
Niels Sejer A Royal Affair Magnolia Pictures
David Crank, Jack Fisk The Master the Weinstein Co.
Sarah Greenwood, Niall Moroney, Thomas Brown, Nick Gottschalk, Tom Still Anna Karenina Focus Features
Eve Stewart, Anna Lynch-Robinson Les Misérables Universal

Costume Design

Colleen Atwood Snow White And The Huntsman Universal
Manon Rasmussen A Royal Affair Magnolia Pictures
Christian Gasc, Valerie Ranchoux Farewell, My Queen Cohen Media Group
Jacqueline Durran Anna Karenina Focus Features
Kym Barrett, Pierre-Yves Gayraud Cloud Atlas Warner Bros
Paco Delgado Les Misérables Universal

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 12:43:40 AM   
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Some interesting info about the voting for the NY awards

http://blogs.artinfo.com/moviejournal/2012/12/03/life-in-wartime-nyfcc-garlands-zero-dark-thirty-lincoln/

Some of the most intriguing for me

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In the acting awards, Sally Fields (“Lincoln”) finally defeated initial front-runner Anne Hathaway (“The Dark Knight Rises” and “Les Miserables”) for Best Supporting Actress on a fourth ballot while, in a rare second ballot win, Matthew McConaughey (“Magic Mike” and “Bernie”) beat out Christoph Waltz (“Django Unchained”) and Tommy Lee Jones (“Lincoln”).


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An early favorite for Best Director, Paul Thomas Anderson was overwhelmed by Kathryn Bigelow on the second ballot, with Ben Affleck(“Argo”) finishing a distant third. (Strikingly, Steven Spielberg, who failed to get a single first ballot votes, was never in contention.) By this time, it was evident that “Zero Dark Thirty” would run the table and, indeed, “The Master” finished third for Best Picture behind “Argo,” although it took three ballots for the obviously exhausted voters to decide the winner.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 12:45:27 AM   
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Annie Nominations

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Best Animated Feature

Brave – Pixar Animation Studios
Frankenweenie – The Walt Disney Studios
Hotel Transylvania – Sony Pictures Animation
ParaNorman – Focus Features
Rise of the Guardians – DreamWorks Animation
The Pirates! Band of Misfits – Aardman Animations
The Rabbi’s Cat – GKIDS
Wreck-It Ralph – Walt Disney Animation Studios

Annie Award for Best Animated Special Production

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 – Warner Bros. Animation
Before Orel – Trust – Starburns Industries, Inc.
Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem – Illumination Entertainment
Disney Tron: Uprising – Beck’s Beginning – Disney TV Animation
Dragons: Gift of the Night Fury – DreamWorks Animation
Justice League: Doom – Warner Bros. Animation

Best Animated Short Subject

Brad and Gary – Illumination Entertainment
Bydlo – National Film Board of Canada
Eyes on the Stars – StoryCorps
Goodnight Mr. Foot – Sony Pictures Animation
Kali the Little Vampire – National Film Board of Canada
Maggie Simpson in ‘The Longest Daycare’ – Gracie Films in Association with 20th Century Fox TV
Paperman – Walt Disney Animation Studios
The Simpsons – ‘Bill Plympton Couch Gag’ – Gracie Films in Association with 20th Century Fox TV

Best Animated Television Commercial
NO NOMINATIONS

Best General Audience Animated TV Production For Preschool Children

Bubble Guppies ‘A Tooth on the Looth’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Chuggington ‘Magnetic Wilson’ – Ludorum
Jake & The Never Land Pirates ‘Peter Pan Returns’ – Disney TV Animation
Doc McStuffins ‘The Right Stuff’ – Disney TV Animation
Justin Time ‘Marcello’s Meatballs’ – Guru Studio

Best Animated Television Production For Children

Adventure Time ‘Princess Cookie’ – Cartoon Network Studios
Dragons: Riders of Berk ‘How to Pick Your Dragon’ – DreamWorks Animation
LEGO Star Wars ‘The Empire Strikes Out’ – Threshold Animation Studios
Penguins of Madagascar ‘Action Reaction’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
SpongeBob SquarePants ‘It’s a SpongeBob Christmas!’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
The Amazing World of Gumball ‘The Job’ – Turner Broadcasting System Europe, Ltd.
The Fairly OddParents ‘Farm Pit’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
The Legend of Korra ‘Welcome to Republic City’/’A Leaf in the Wind’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios

Best General Audience Animated Television Production

Archer ‘Space Race, Part 1’ – Weissman Markovitz Communications for FX
Bob’s Burgers ‘Earsy Rider’ – 20th Century Fox TV
Motorcity ‘Blond Thunder’ – Disney TV Animation
MAD ‘FrankenWinnie/ParaMorgan’ – Warner Bros. Animation
Robot Chicken ‘DC Comics Special’ – Stoopid Buddy Studios
South Park ‘Raising the Bar’ – Central Productions

Animated Video Game

Borderlands 2 – Gearbox Software
Family Guy – Back to the Mutiverse – Heavy Iron Studios
Journey – Sony Computer Entertainment America
Skullgirls – Lab Zero Games

Best Student Film

Can We Be Happy Now – Tahnee Gehm
Defective Detective – Avner Geller & Steve Lewis
Head Over Heels – Timothy Reckart
I Am Tom Moody – Ainslie Henderson
Ladies Knight – Joseph Rothenberg
Origin – Jessica Poon
The Ballad of Poisonberry Pete – Karen Sullivan
Tule Lake – Michelle Ikemoto

INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT CATEGORIES

Animated Effects in an Animated Production

Andrew Nawrot, Joe Gorski, Grant Laker – ‘ParaNorman’ – Focus Features
Andrew Schneider ‘Ice Age: Continental Drift’ – Blue Sky Studios
Andy Hayes, Carl Hooper, David Lipton – Rise of the Guardians – DreamWorks Animation
Bill Watral, Chris Chapman, Dave Hale, Keith Klohn, Michael K. O’Brien ‘Brave’ – Pixar Animation Studios
Brett Albert – ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ – Walt Disney Animation Studios
Jihyun Yoon – ‘Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted’ – DreamWorks Animation
Joel Aron – ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ – Lucasfilm Animation Ltd.

Animated Effects in a Live Action Production

Jerome Platteaux, John Sigurdson, Ryan Hopkins, Raul Essig, Mark Chataway ‘The Avengers’ – Industrial Light & Magic
Stephen Marshall, Joseph Pepper, Dustin Wicke ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ – Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures Animation
Sue Rowe, Simon Stanley-Clamp, Artemis Oikonomopoulou, Holger Voss, Nikki Makar, Catherine Elvidge ‘John Carter’ – Cinesite
Willi Geiger, Rick Hankins, Florent Andorra, Florian Witzel, Aron Bonar ‘Battleship’ – Industrial Light & Magic

Character Animation in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production

Dan Driscoll ‘SpongeBob SquarePants: It’s a SpongeBob Christmas!’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Jennifer Dickie ‘Justin Time: Yodel Odel Day’ – Guru Studio
Keith Kellogg ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Revenge’ – Lucasfilm Animation Ltd.
Forrest Savelen ‘SpongeBob SquarePants: It’s a SpongeBob Christmas!’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Shi Zimu ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk’ – DreamWorks Animation
Sihanouk Marinona ‘Before Orel: Trust’ – Starburns Industries, Inc.
Teri Yam ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk’ – DreamWorks Animation
Yan Jiazhuang ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk’ – DreamWorks Animation

Character Animation in a Feature Production

Dan Nguyen ‘Brave’ – Pixar Animation Studios
David Pate ‘Rise of the Guardians’ – DreamWorks Animation
Jaime Landes ‘Brave’ – Pixar Animation Studios
Phillppe LeBrun ‘Rise of the Guardians’ – DreamWorks Animation
Pierre Perifel ‘Rise of the Guardians’ – DreamWorks Animation
Travis Hathaway ‘Brave’ – Pixar Animation Studios
Travis Knight “ParaNorman’ – Focus Features
Will Becher ‘The Pirates! Band of Misfits’ – Aardman Animations

Character Animation in a Live Action Production

Erik de Boer, Amanda Dague, Matt Brown, Mary Lynn Machado, Aaron Grey ‘Life of Pi – Orangutan’ – Rhythm & Hues Studio
Erik de Boer, Matt Shumway, Brian Wells, Vinayak Pawar, Michael Holzl ‘Life of Pi – Tiger’ – Rhythm & Hues Studio
Jakub Pistecky, Maia Kayser, Scott Benzu, Steve King, Kiran Bhat ‘The Avengers’ – Industrial Light & Magic
Mike Beaulieu, Roger Vizard, Atushi Sato, Jackie Kochler, Derek Esparza, Richard Smith, Mac Tyrie – Columbia Pictures – THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN – Sony Pictures Animation

Character Design in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production

Andy Bialk ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk: Alvin and the Outcasts’ – DreamWorks Animaton
Andy Suriano ‘DC Nation-Plastic Man: The Many and the Fowl’ – Big Hair Productions, Inc.
Bryan Konietzko, Joaquim Dos Santos, Ryu Ki-Hyun, Kim Il Kwang, Kim Jin Sun ‘The Legend of Korra: Welcome to Republic City’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
“C” Raggio IV ‘Kick Buttowski: Petrified’ – Disney TV Animation
Derrick Wyatt, Chap Yaep, Steven Choi ‘Ben 10: Omniverse: The More Things Change, Pt. 2’ – Cartoon Network Studios
Gordon Hammond ‘T.U.F.F. Puppy: Dudley Do-Wrong’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Robert Valley ‘Disney Tron: Uprising: The Renegade, Part I’ – Disney TV Animation
Thaddeus Paul Cauldron ‘Secret Mountain Fort Awesome: Secret Mountain Uncle Grandpa’- Cartoon Network Studios

Character Design in an Animated Feature Production

Bill Schwab, Lorelay Bove, Cory Loftis, Minkyu Lee ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ – Walt Disney Animation Studios
Carlos Grangel ‘Hotel Transylvania’ – Sony Pictures Animation
Carter Goodrich ‘Hotel Transylvania’ – Sony Pictures Animation
Craig Kellman ‘Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted’ – DreamWorks Animation
Heidi Smith ‘ParaNorman’ – Focus Features
Yarrow Cheney, Eric Guillon, Colin Stimpson ‘Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax’ – Illumination Entertainment

Directing in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production

Howie Parkins ‘Jake and The Never Land Pirates: Peter Pan Returns!’ – Disney TV Animation
John Eng ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk: Animal House’ – DreamWorks Animation
Mark Cabalero, Seamus Walsh ‘SpongeBob SquarePants: It’s a Spongebob Christmas’’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Mic Graves ‘The Amazing World of Gumball: The Job’ – Turner Broadcasting System Europe Ltd.
Michael Chang ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Never Say Xever’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studio
Zack Keller ‘Dick Figures: Kung Fu Winners’ – 6 Point Media

Directing in an Animated Feature Production

Genndy Tartakovsky ‘Hotel Transylvania’ – Sony Pictures Animation
Johan Sfar, Antoine Delesvaux ‘The Rabbi’s Cat – GKIDS
Remi Bezancon, Jean-Christophe Lie ‘Zarafa’ – GKIDS
Rick Moore ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ – Walt Disney Animation Studios
Sam Fell, Chris Butler ‘ParaNorman’ – Focus Features

Music in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production

Adam Berry ‘Penquins of Madagascar: Private and the Winky Factory’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Alf Clausen ‘The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XXIII’ – Gracie Films in Association with 20th Century Fox TV
Frederik Wiedmann ‘Green Lantern The Animated Series: Into the Abyss’ – F. Wiedmann, Composer
Guy Moon ‘T.U.F.F. Puppy: Really Big Mission’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
John Paesano ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk: How to Pick Your Dragon’ – DreamWorks Animation
Michael Rubin ‘Bubble Guppies: Bubble Puppy’s Fin-tastic Fairytale!’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios

Music in an Animated Feature Production

Alexandre Desplat ‘Rise of the Guardians’ – DreamWorks Animation
Bruce Retief ‘Adventures in Zambezia’ – Saltzman Communications
Henry Jackman ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ – Walt Disney Animation Studios
Joel McNeely, Brendan Milburn, Valerie Vigoda ‘Secret of the Wings’ – DisneyToon Studios
John Powell, Adam Schlesinger, Ester Dean ‘Ice Age: Continental Drift’ – Blue Sky Studios
John Powell, Cinco Paul ‘Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax’ – Illumination Entertainment
Mark Mothersbaugh ‘Hotel Transylvania’ – Sony Pictures Animation
Patrick Doyle, Mark Andrews, Alex Mandel ‘Brave’ – Pixar Animation Studios

Production Design in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production

Alberto Mielgo ‘Tron: Uprising: The Stranger’ – Disney TV Animation
Ian Worrel ‘Gravity Falls – Tourist Trapped’ – Disney TV Animation
Lynna Blankenship, Sean Coons, Hugh Macdonald, Debbie Peterson, Charles Ragins, Lance Wilder, Darrel Bowen, John Krause, Kevin Moore, Brent M. Bowen, Brice Mallier, Steven Fahey, Dima Malanitchev, Karen Bauer, Eli Balser, Anne Legge – ‘The Simpsons: Moe Goes From Rags to Riches’ – Film Roman
Nick Jennings, Martin Ansolebehere, Sandra Calleros, Ron Russell, Santino Lascano, Derek Hunter, Catherine E. Simmonds – ‘Adventure Time – The Hard Easy’ – Cartoon Network Studios
Peter Martin, Chris Grine, Ira Baker, Ramon Olivera, Scott Brown ‘hoops & yo yo’s Haunted Halloween’ – Hallmark
Scott Brandon James, Lee Keith ‘Justin Time: The Rubbery Dumplings’ – Guru Studio

Production Design in an Animated Feature Production

Kendal Cronkhite-Shaindlin, Shannon Jeffries, Lindsey Olivares, Kenard Pak ‘Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted’ – DreamWorks Animation
Marcello Vignali ‘Hotel Transylvania’ – Sony Pictures Animation
Nash Dunnigan, Arden Chen, Jon Townley, Kyle McNaughton ‘Ice Age: Continental Drift’ – Blue Sky Studios
Nelson Lowry, Ross Stewart, Pete Oswald, Ean McNamara, Trevor Dalmer ‘ParaNorman’ – Focus Features
Norman Garwood, Matt Berry ‘The Pirates! Band of Misfits’ – Aardman Animation
Patrick Hanenberger, Max Boas, Jayee Borcar, Woonyoung Jung, Perry Maple, Peter Maynez, Stan Seo, Felix Yoon ‘Rise of the Guardians’ – DreamWorks Animation
Rick Heintzich ‘Frankenweenie’ – The Walt Disney Studios
Steve Pilcher ‘Brave’ – Pixar Animation Studios

Storyboarding in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production

Andy Kelly ‘Doc McStuffins: Righty-On-Lefty’ – Disney TV Animation
Cole Sanchez, Rebecca Sugar ‘Adventure Time: Lady & Peebles’ –
Cartoon Network Studios
Doug Lovelace ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk: Portrait of Hiccup as a Buff
Man’ – DreamWorks Animation
Holly Forsyth ‘Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess’ – Disney TV
Animation
Irineo Marramba, Ciro Nieli ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: I Think
His Name is Baxter Stockman’’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Robert Valley, Kalvin Lee ‘Tron: Uprising: The Reward’ – Disney TV
Animation
Ryan Kramer, Paul Linsley, Kenji Ono, Le Tang, Alice Herring,
Mike Mullen, Aaron Hammersley ‘Kung Fu Panda: Legends of
Awesomeness: Enter the Dragon’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Tom Herpich, Skyler Page ‘Adventure Time: Goliad’ – Cartoon
Network Studios

Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production

Emmanuela Cozzi ‘ParaNorman’ – Focus Features
Johanne Matte ‘Rise of the Guardians’ – DreamWorks Animation
Leo Matsuda ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ – Walt Disney Animation Studios
Lissa Treiman ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ – Walt Disney Animation Studios
Rob Koo ‘Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted’ – DreamWorks
Animation

Voice Acting in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production

James Patrick Stuart as Private ‘Penguins of Madagascar: High
Moltage’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Jeff Bennett as Keswick ‘T.U.F.F. Puppy: Pup Daddy’ – Nickelodeon
Animation Studios
Jessica Walter as Malory Archer ‘Archer: Lo Scandolo’ – Weissman
Markovitz Communications for FX Network
Kevin Michael Richardson as Willem Viceroy ‘Randy Cunningham:
9th Grade Ninja: Gossip Boy’ – Disney TV Animation
Kristen Schaal as Mabel Pines ‘Gravity Falls: Tourist Trapped’ –
Disney TV Animation
Mae Whitman as April O’Neil – ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rise
of the Turtles’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Sam Witwer as Darth Maul ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Revenge’ –
Lucasfilm Animation Ltd.
Tom McGrath as Skipper ‘Penguins of Madagascar: The Otter
Woman’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios

Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production

Adam Sandler as Dracula ‘Hotel Transylvania’ – Sony Pictures
Animation
Alan Tudyk as King Candy ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ – Walt Disney Animation
Studios
Atticus Shaffer as “E”Gore ‘Frankenweenie’ – The Walt Disney
Studios
Catherine O’Hara as Weird Girl ‘Frankenweenie’ – The Walt Disney
Studios
Imelda Staunton as Queen Victoria ‘The Pirates! Band of Misfits’ –
Aardman Animations
Jim Cummings as Budzo ‘Adventures in Zambezia’ – Saltzman
Communications
Jude Law as Pitch ‘Rise of the Guardians’ – DreamWorks Animation
Kelly MacDonald as Merida ‘Brave’ – Pixar Animation Studios

Writing in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production

Doug Langdale – Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness: Kung
Fu Day Care’ – Nickelodeon Animation Studios
Eric Horsted – Futurama: The Bots and the Bees’ – Gracie Films in
Association with 20th Century Fox TV
Gabe Garza – ‘Penguins of Madagascar: Endangerous Species’ -
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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 12:50:39 AM   
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The lack of Hugh Grant and the addition of Adam Sandler in the voice acting baffles me in this one - Grant was even better than Staunton. 

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 12:55:26 AM   
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The Annies are actually exposing how few of the animated films I've actually seen this year. I can't work up any interest in most of them.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 12:56:50 AM   
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Some of the tweets about Django from a DGA screening yesterday seem to indicate Tarantino could be in the race.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 8:42:23 AM   
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I'd have thought Ernest and Celestine would have been eligible, so I'm surprised not to see it there.

So - Tarantino in decent film shocker? Not so sure - a lot of the tweets I've seen are from people who are saying things along the lines of it being as great as Basterds so they're starting from a fairly dubious base. I think the trailer is pretty awful - Fox looks dreadful and diCaprio's dialogue very forced.



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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 10:31:53 AM   
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I've seen a few comments saying that if Les Mis can't win in New York, it's not a good sign for the film's Oscar chances, not sure how true that is.


I think Hooper might be hurting his own film more than anything else at the moment, simply for the fact he and his film swept up just two years ago.

I've heard one person compare Zero Dark Thirty to Zodiac which is only a good thing imo, and the initial reactions to Django Unchained have been mixed - just from the ones I've heard, though.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:07:01 AM   
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So - Tarantino in decent film shocker? Not so sure - a lot of the tweets I've seen are from people who are saying things along the lines of it being as great as Basterds so they're starting from a fairly dubious base. I think the trailer is pretty awful - Fox looks dreadful and diCaprio's dialogue very forced.




It doesn't have to be decent to be a contender though. Million Dollar Baby swept the Oscars, and that's got some of the worst writing in recent memory.

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I think Hooper might be hurting his own film more than anything else at the moment, simply for the fact he and his film swept up just two years ago.


Yeah, I think musicals often seem to split people these days as well. Or that could just be because they're churning out shit like Chicago and Dreamgirls. Les Mis just seems like one of those films that's so obviously going to be a frontrunner from the moment it's announced, but then it has that massive risk of underperforming. I think Hathaway could well take it though (and I don't mean that in the pervy sense... ok, not only in the pervy sense) she has that air about her of someone they'd dearly love to see win an Oscar.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:19:56 AM   
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Plus, she gets the big SuBo number. I'd be stunned if anyone other than Hathaway wins supporting actress.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:24:26 AM   
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Please don't compare the lovely Anne to SuBo.

I think I'd be more interested in the film if Roger Allam was playing Valjean.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:25:47 AM   
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Best Supporting Actor: Matthew McConaughey - Bernie and Magic Mike


This makes me happy - he was fantastic in it.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:28:19 AM   
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I still haven't seen it. He would have been deserving for Killer Joe though.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:42:42 AM   
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He would indeed. He's had a great year in general, so it's nice to see him get some kind of recognition.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:49:13 AM   
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So - Tarantino in decent film shocker? Not so sure - a lot of the tweets I've seen are from people who are saying things along the lines of it being as great as Basterds so they're starting from a fairly dubious base. I think the trailer is pretty awful - Fox looks dreadful and diCaprio's dialogue very forced.




It doesn't have to be decent to be a contender though. Million Dollar Baby swept the Oscars, and that's got some of the worst writing in recent memory.


Sorry, I thought you meant the film might be OK. Given they gave him directing and writing noms for Basterds we already know they'll nom him for crap which makes the possible reviews of Django kind of redundant


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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:49:22 AM   
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I still haven't seen it. He would have been deserving for Killer Joe though.


Not seen Magic Mike?! It's beautiful.

Asthetics aside, it's also pretty funny and well made. McConaughey is great, and Tatum is really good too. I still haven't seen Killer Joe.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:50:37 AM   
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I think I'd be more interested in the film if Roger Allam was playing Valjean.


oooOOOooo

Or anything, really. But as I said elsewhere - don't like the book, the OST, most of the other films so it isn't speaking to me. And Crowe is not Charles Laughton. Or, indeed. Roger Allam.


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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:55:36 AM   
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I think I'd be more interested in the film if Roger Allam was playing Valjean.


oooOOOooo

Or anything, really. But as I said elsewhere - don't like the book, the OST, most of the other films so it isn't speaking to me. And Crowe is not Charles Laughton. Or, indeed. Roger Allam.



Bits of Les Mis I'm intrigued by - Sacha Baron Cohen I can't wait to see, as I think that's perfect casting, and Eddie Redmayne singing is gorgeous. But I'm don't like the casting of either Hathaway or Seyfried and I find Crowe and the ridiculous hats his costume seem to entail hilarious in all the trailers.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 11:57:20 AM   
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Eddie Redmayne singing is gorgeous.


Shame he's an utter twonk when it comes to acting.


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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 12:00:10 PM   
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He would indeed. He's had a great year in general, so it's nice to see him get some kind of recognition.


I honestly think if Killer Joe had hit bigger then he'd be the frontrunner for supporting actor. It's an astonishing performance.

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Sorry, I thought you meant the film might be OK. Given they gave him directing and writing noms for Basterds we already know they'll nom him for crap which makes the possible reviews of Django kind of redundant


I'm looking forward to Django to see what he does with it, given he seems to love a lot of the same kind of westerns as me. I do have the expectation of being greatly annoyed though. It's the praise for Waltz rather than DiCaprio that I'm seeing as a bit of a surprise though. It's not following the path everyone seemed to expect.

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Not seen Magic Mike?! It's beautiful.


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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 12:03:22 PM   
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Eddie Redmayne singing is gorgeous.


Shame he's an utter twonk when it comes to acting.



As much as it pains me to say, he isn't the best.


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Sorry, I thought you meant the film might be OK. Given they gave him directing and writing noms for Basterds we already know they'll nom him for crap which makes the possible reviews of Django kind of redundant


I'm looking forward to Django to see what he does with it, given he seems to love a lot of the same kind of westerns as me. I do have the expectation of being greatly annoyed though. It's the praise for Waltz rather than DiCaprio that I'm seeing as a bit of a surprise though. It's not following the path everyone seemed to expect.

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Not seen Magic Mike?! It's beautiful.


I keep meaning to stick it on Lovefilm, but always forget.


Magic Mike really suprised me - really liked it.

Djano - I do really want to see this. It looks theatrical and over the top, and I think if it's done well, it could be so entertaining, and it's DiCaprio's first bad guy role, so I'm interested. And Waltz is good in all I've seen him in.

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RE: Critics Awards 2012 - 4/12/2012 2:32:30 PM   
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Matthew McConaughey would definitely be my choice for Supporting Actor of the Year – I need to rewatch Magic Mike (it was okay, I am going to go back) but MM was brilliant, as he was in the superb Bernie and the excellent Killer Joe. To say I've been secretly pleased is an understatement given my personal love of Lone Star, unfortunately I was forced to watch Sahara over the weekend… I hope he can continue his little resurgence and crawl back from the depths of rom-com ignominy for good.  

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