'The Snow Society' and 'Anatomy of a Fall', at the Oscars

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‘The Snow Society’ and ‘Anatomy of a Fall’, at the Oscars

The Oscar nominations were announced this morning from Los Angeles. The most important and prestigious night for the film industry will be held on March 10 at the Dolby Theater, where four films are favorites: ‘Oppenheimer’ (13), ‘Poor Creatures’ (11), ‘Moon Killers’ (10) and ‘Barbie’ (8). Among the surprises (more or less expected), the French film ‘Anatomy of a Fall’ has been nominated for Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Screenplay and Best Editing.

The Spanish representation also leaves great news, as ‘The Snow Society’ by Juan Antonio Bayona will be eligible to win the statuette in up to two categories: Best Foreign Film and Best Makeup and Hairstyling. The other Spaniard who will fight for the Oscar is Pablo Berger, who achieves the nomination for Best Animated Film for his ‘Robot Dreams’. Pedro Almodóvar and the short film ‘Strange Way of Life’ and Penélope Cruz for her performance in ‘Ferrari’ fall out of the race.

This is the list of nominees:

Best film
‘American Fiction’
‘Anatomy of a fall’
‘Those who stay’
‘The Moon Killers’
‘Past Lives’
‘Poor creatures’
‘The area of ​​interest’

Best Director
Justine Triet (‘Anatomy of a Fall’)
Martin Scorsese (‘The Moon Killers’)
Yorgos Lanthimos (‘Poor Creatures’)
Christopher Nolan (‘Oppenheimer’)
Jonathan Glazer (‘The Zone of Interest’)

Best Leading Actress
Lily Gladstone (‘The Moon Killers’)
Carey Mulligan (‘Master’)
Sandra Hüller (‘Anatomy of a Fall’)
Annette Bening (‘Nyad’)
Emma Stone (‘Poor Creatures’)

Best Leading Actor
Bradley Cooper (‘Master’)
Colman Domingo (‘Rustin’)
Paul Giamatti (‘Those Who Remain’)
Cillian Murphy (‘Oppenheimer’)
Jeffrey Wright (‘American Fiction’)

Best Supporting Actress
Emily Blunt (‘Oppenheimer’)
Da’Vine Joy Randolph (‘Those Who Remain’)
Danielle Brooks (‘The Color Purple’)
Jodie Foster (‘Nyad’)
America Ferrera (‘Barbie’)

Best Supporting Actor
Sterling K. Brown (‘American Fiction’)
Robert De Niro (‘The Moon Killers’)
Robert Downey Jr. (‘Oppenheimer’)
Ryan Gosling (‘Barbie’)
Mark Ruffalo (‘Poor Creatures’)

Best Original Screenplay
Arthur Harari and Justine Triet (‘Anatomy of a Fall’)
David Hemingson (‘Those Who Remain’)
Samy Burch (‘Secrets of a Scandal’)
Celine Song (‘Past Lives’)
Josh Singer and Bradley Cooper (‘Master’)

Best Adapted Screenplay
Cord Jefferson (‘American Fiction’)
Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach (‘Barbie’)
Christopher Nolan (‘Oppenheimer’)
Tony McNamara (‘Poor Creatures’)
Jonathan Glazer (‘The Zone of Interest’)

Best Production Design
‘The Moon Killers’
‘Poor creatures’

Best Foreign Film
‘The area of ​​interest’ (United Kingdom)
‘Perfect Days’ (Japan)
‘The snow society’ (Spain)
‘I captain’ (Italy)
‘Teachers’ room’ (Germany)

Best Assembly
‘Anatomy of a fall’
‘Those who stay’
‘The Moon Killers’
‘Poor things’

Best Photography
‘The Moon Killers’
‘Poor creatures’

Best Animated Film
‘The Boy and the Heron’
‘Robot Dreams’
‘Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse’

Best Costume Design
‘The Moon Killers’
‘Poor creatures’

Best Makeup and Hairstyling
‘Poor creatures’
‘The Snow Society’

Best Documentary Film
‘Bobi Wine: The People’s President’
‘Infinite memory’
‘Four Daughters’
‘To Kill a Tiger’
’20 days in Mariupol’

Best Soundtrack
Laura Karpman (‘American Fiction’)
John Williams (‘Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny’)
Robbie Robertson (‘The Moon Killers’)
Ludwig Göransson (‘Oppenheimer’)
Jerskin Fendrix (‘Poor Creatures’)

Best Visual Effects
‘The Creator’ (Gareth Edwards)
‘Godzilla Minus One’ (Takashi Yamazaki)
‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ (James Gunn)
‘Mission Impossible: Deadly Sentence – Part 1’ (Christopher McQuarrie)
‘Napoleon’ (Ridley Scott)

Best Live Action Short Film
‘The After’
‘Knight of Fortune’
‘Red, White and Blue’
‘The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar’

Best Documentary Short Film
‘The ABCs of Book Banning’
‘The Barber of little rock’
‘Island in Between’
‘The Last Repair Shop’
‘Nai Nai & Wai Po’

Best Animated Short Film
‘Letter to a Pig’
‘Ninety-Five Senses’
‘Our Uniform’
‘War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John & Yoko’

Best Original Song
‘The Fire Inside’ (‘Flaming Hot’)
‘It Never Went Away’ (‘American Symphony’)
‘I’m Just Ken’ (‘Barbie’)
‘What Was I Made For?’ (‘Barbie’)
‘Wahzhazhe (A Song For My People)’ (‘Killers of the Flower Moon’)

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