OSCARS: Nominations By Picture

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FEATURE FILM NOMINATIONS
(2 OR MORE NOMS)

Oscar Nominated MoviesAmerican Hustle (Sony Pictures Releasing) – 10
Gravity (Warner Bros) – 10
12 Years A Slave (Fox Searchlight) – 9
Captain Phillips (Sony Pictures Releasing) – 6
Dallas Buyers Club (Focus Features) – 6
Nebraska (Paramount) – 6
Her (Warner Bros.) – 5
The Wolf Of Wall Street (Paramount) – 5
Philomena (The Weinstein Company) – 4
Blue Jasmine (Sony Pictures Classics) -3
The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug – 3
August: Osage County (The Weinstein Company) – 2
Despicable Me 2 (Universal) – 2
Frozen (Walt Disney) – 2
The Grandmaster (The Weinstein Company) – 2
The Great Gatsby (Warner Bros.) – 2
Inside Llewyn Davis (CBS Films) – 2
The Lone Ranger (Walt Disney) – 2
Lone Survivor (Universal) – 2

Related:
OSCARS: 86th Academy Award Nominations (Full List)
OSCARS: Nominations By Studio & Distributor

NOMINATIONS BY PICTURE

The Act of Killing – 1 nomination
A Final Cut for Real Production (Drafthouse Films)
Documentary feature

All Is Lost – 1 nomination
A Black Bear Pictures, Treehouse Pictures, FilmNation Entertainment, Sudden Storm Entertainment, Before The Door/Washington Square Films Production (Lionsgate & Roadside Attractions)
Sound editing

Alone Yet Not Alone – 1 nomination
An AYNA Production (Enthuse Entertainment)
Original song – “Alone Yet Not Alone”

American Hustle – 10 nominations
A Columbia Pictures and Annapurna Pictures Production (Sony Pictures Releasing)
Christian Bale – Performance by an actor in a leading role
Bradley Cooper – Performance by an actor in a supporting role
Amy Adams – Performance by an actress in a leading role
Jennifer Lawrence – Performance by an actress in a supporting role
Costume design
Directing
Film editing
Best picture
Production design
Original screenplay

August: Osage County – 2 nominations
A Weinstein Company/Jean Doumanian Productions/Smokehouse Pictures/Battle Mountain Films/Yucaipa Films Production (The Weinstein Company)
Meryl Streep – Performance by an actress in a leading role
Julia Roberts – Performance by an actress in a supporting role

Before Midnight – 1 nomination
A Faliro House Production (Sony Pictures Classics)
Adapted screenplay

Blue Jasmine – 3 nominations
A Perdido Production (Sony Pictures Classics)
Cate Blanchett – Performance by an actress in a leading role
Sally Hawkins – Performance by an actress in a supporting role
Original screenplay

The Book Thief – 1 nomination
A Fox 2000 Pictures Production (20th Century Fox)
Original score

The Broken Circle Breakdown – 1 nomination
A Menuet Production (Tribeca Film)
Best foreign language film (Belgium)

Captain Phillips – 6 nominations
A Columbia Pictures Production (Sony Pictures Releasing)
Barkhad Abdi – Performance by an actor in a supporting role
Film editing
Best picture
Sound editing
Sound mixing
Adapted screenplay

The Croods – 1 nomination
DreamWorks Animation Production (20th Century Fox) (1 nomination
Best animated feature film

Cutie And The Boxer – 1 nomination
An Ex Lion Tamer and Cine Mosaic Production (RADiUS-TWC)
Documentary feature

Dallas Buyers Club – 6 nominations
A Voltage Pictures, R2 Films, Evolution Independent Production (Focus Features)
Matthew McConaughey – Performance by an actor in a leading role
Jared Leto – Performance by an actor in a supporting role
Film editing
Makeup and hairstyling
Best picture
Original screenplay

Despicable Me 2 – 2 nominations
A Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment Production (Universal)
Best animated feature film
Original song – “Happy”

Dirty Wars – 1 nomination
A Civic Bakery Production (IFC Films)
Documentary feature

Ernest & Celestine – 1 nomination
A Les Armateurs Production (GKIDS)
Best animated feature film

Frozen – 2 nominations
Walt Disney Feature Animation Production (Walt Disney)
Best animated feature film
Original song – “Let It Go”

The Grandmaster – 2 nominations
A Jet Tone Films/Sil-Metropole Organisation/Block 2 Pictures Production (The Weinstein Company)
Cinematography
Costume design

Gravity – 10 nominations
A Warner Bros. UK Services Limited Production (Warner Bros.)
Sandra Bullock – Performance by an actress in a leading role
Cinematography
Directing
Film editing
Original score
Best picture
Production design
Sound editing
Sound mixing
Visual effects

The Great Beauty – 1 nomination
A Indigo Film Production (Janus Films)
Best foreign language film (Italy)

The Great Gatsby – 2 nominations
A Bazmark Film III Production (Warner Bros.)
Costume design
Production design

Her – 5 nominations
An Annapurna Production (Warner Bros.)
Original score
Original song – “The Moon Song”
Best picture
Production design
Original screenplay

The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug – 3 nominations
A New Line Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Production (Warner Bros.)
Sound editing
Sound mixing
Visual effects

The Hunt – 1 nomination
A Zentropa Entertainments 19 Production (Magnolia Pictures)
Best foreign language film (Denmark)

Inside Llewyn Davis – 2 nominations
A Mike Zoss Productions, Scott Rudin Productions, Studio Canal Production (CBS Films)
Cinematography
Sound mixing

The Invisible Woman – 1 nomination
A Headline Pictures, Magnolia Mae Films Production (Sony Pictures Classics)
Costume design

Iron Man 3 – 1 nomination
A Marvel Studios Production (Walt Disney)
Visual effects

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa – 1 nomination
A Paramount Pictures Production (Paramount)
Makeup and hairstyling

The Lone Ranger – 2 nominations
A Walt Disney Pictures & Jerry Bruckheimer Films Production (Walt Disney)
Makeup and hairstyling
Visual effects

Lone Survivor – 2 nominations
A Film 44, Spikings Entertainment, Single Berry Production, Emmett/Furla Films, Herrick Entertainment, Envision Entertainment, Closest to the Hole Production, Leverage Production (Universal)
Sound editing
Sound mixing

Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom – 1 nomination
A Videovision Entertainment/Distant Horizon/Origin Pictures/Pathé Production (The Weinstein Company)
Original song – “Ordinary Love”

The Missing Picture – 1 nomination
A Bophana Production (Strand Releasing)
Best foreign language film (Cambodia)

Nebraska – 6 nominations
A Paramount Vantage Production (Paramount)
Bruce Dern – Performance by an actor in a leading role
June Squibb – Performance by an actress in a supporting role
Cinematography
Directing
Best picture
Original screenplay

Omar – 1 nomination
An Omar Production Company Production (Adopt Films)
Best foreign language film (Palestine)

Philomena – 4 nominations
A Pathé, BBC Films, BFI, Canal+, Cine+, Baby Cow/Magnolia Mae Production (The Weinstein Company)
Judi Dench – Performance by an actress in a leading role
Original score
Best picture
Adapted screenplay

Prisoners – 1 nomination
An Alcon Entertainment Production (Warner Bros.)
Cinematography

Saving Mr. Banks – 1 nomination
A Walt Disney Pictures Production (Walt Disney)
Original score

The Square – 1 nomination
A Noujaim Films and Maktube Production (Netflix in association with Worldview Entertainment and Participant Media)
Documentary feature

Star Trek Into Darkness – 1 nomination
A Paramount Pictures Production (Paramount)
Visual effects

12 Years A Slave – 9 nominations
A River Road, Plan B, New Regency Production (Fox Searchlight)
Chiwetel Ejiofor – Performance by an actor in a leading role
Michael Fassbender – Performance by an actor in a supporting role
Lupita Nyong’o – Performance by an actress in a supporting role
Costume design
Directing
Film editing
Best picture
Production design
Adapted screenplay

20 Feet from Stardom – 1 nomination
A Gil Friesen Productions and Tremolo Production (RADiUS-TWC)
Documentary feature

The Wind Rises – 1 nomination
A Studio Ghibli Production (Walt Disney)
Best animated feature film

The Wolf Of Wall Street – 5 nominations
A Red Granite Production (Paramount)
Leonardo DiCaprio – Performance by an actor in a leading role
Jonah Hill – Performance by an actor in a supporting role
Directing
Best picture
Adapted screenplay

  1. Another year where I haven’t seen one of the nominated pictures either in the theater or downloading. Yeah Hollyweird keep making lousy films. So they can be shown in the White House like Birth of a Nation.

    1. I hope you’re kidding. Get yourself to a theatre. Watch Nebraska. Watch All Is Lost. Heck, watch Bad Grandpa! And then maybe lighten up a bit and learn to love the incredible range of films you have the opportunity of seeing.

      1. Trouble is, most of the “arty” nomination worthy films are just as good seen at home via a cheap Netflix rental. Beats the heck out of spending $$$ to get bothered in a theater by inconsiderate texters (or end up being collateral damage when someone objects violently to said texter).

        The only movie I saw in the theater this year was Gravity. That’s the kind that benefits from the theater experience. Maybe I should have seen All is Lost that way, too. But the others can wait.

    2. dts3204,

      Why are you on an industry site when you clearly have no idea what you’re talking about?

      Kudos though, for using the insider term “Hollyweird.” That’s what us folks who live and work in this town call it, I tell ya!

      I pity you for missing out on Her, Frozen, Inside Llewyn Davis and Gravity, just to name a few. And I loved how proudly you bragged that you hadn’t paid for or pirated any of these movies this year. Dream big, buddy.

  2. Never got to vote, because the academy did not send me…and other ACTORS our MAIL IN BALLOTS.
    Dont blame us for this mess.
    THE ACTOR

  3. While I love Leonnardo DeCaprio and heard he did an amazing job in The Wolf on Wall Street, I can’t believe this film was nominated for best picture. My niece, who is 18, and a few other friends told me NOT to go see it because all it was about and showed was sex and drugs. Guess this shows what our world is coming to! I, personally hope Dallas Buyers Club wins for best picture, best actor and best supporting actor. If that doesn’t happen, then Twelve Years a Slave.

    1. Looks like your 18 year-old niece isn’t an Academy voter. Wolf Of Wall Street is the type of film that can easily be misunderstood (by 18 year-olds for example) and our world already came to this years ago (maybe watch the film?) It’s art, just like 12 Years A Slave. Or it sounds like you should stick to CBS and not worry about what films are nominated for awards.

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