UPDATED: The annotated list of Oscar nominations by studio:

Fox Searchlight — 20
Sony Pictures Classics — 18
Warner Bros — 16
Weinstein Company — 9
Disney — 8
IFC Films/Sundance Selects — 8
Paramount — 7
Focus Features — 6
20th Century Fox — 4
Universal — 3
GKIDS — 2
Music Box Films — 2
American Experience Films — 1
Area 23a — 1
Cohen Media Group — 1
DreamWorks Animation — 1
Netflix — 1
Open Road Films — 1
Radius — 1
Relativity Media — 1

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Oscar Nominations: Noms By Movie

20th Century Fox (4 nominations)
Performance by an actress in a leading role – Rosamund Pike, Gone Girl, a 20th Century Fox and Regency Enterprises Production
Best Animated Feature Film – How to Train Your Dragon 2, a DreamWorks Animation Production
Visual Effects – Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, a 20th Century Fox Production
Visual Effects – X-Men: Days of Future Past, a 20th Century Fox Production

American Experience Films (1 nomination)
Documentary Feature – Last Days in Vietnam, a Moxie Firecracker Films Production

Area 23a (1 nomination)
Original Song – “I’m Not Gonna Miss You”, Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me, a PCH Films Production

Cohen Media Group (1 nomination)
Best Foreign Language Film – Timbuktu (Mauritania), a Les Films du Worso Production

INTO THE WOODSDisney (8 nominations)
Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role – Meryl Streep, Into The Woods, a Disney Production
Best Animated Feature Film — Big Hero 6, a Walt Disney Animation Studios Production
Costume Design – Into the Woods, a Disney Production
Costume Design – Maleficent, a Disney Production
Makeup And Hairstyling – Guardians of the Galaxy, a Marvel Studios Production
Production Design – Into the Woods, a Disney Production
Visual Effects – Captain America: The Winter Soldier, a Marvel Studios Production
Visual Effects – Guardians of the Galaxy, a Marvel Studios Production

DreamWorks Animation (1 nomination)
Best Animated Feature Film – How to Train Your Dragon 2, a DreamWorks Animation Production (20th Century Fox)

Fox Searchlight (20 nominations)
Best Picture – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), a New Regency/M Productions/LeGrisbi Production
Best Picture – The Grand Budapest Hotel, an American Empirical Production
Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role – Michael Keaton, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), a New Regency/M Productions/LeGrisbi Production
Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role – Reese Witherspoon, Wild, a Pacific Standard Production
Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role – Edward Norton, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), a New Regency/M Productions/LeGrisbi Production
Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role – Emma Stone, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), a New Regency/M Productions/LeGrisbi Production
Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role – Laura Dern, Wild, a Pacific Standard Production
Cinematography – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), a New Regency/M Productions/LeGrisbi Production
Cinematography – The Grand Budapest Hotel, an American Empirical Production
Costume Design – The Grand Budapest Hotel, an American Empirical Production
Directing – Alejandro G. Innaritu, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), a New Regency/M Productions/LeGrisbi Production
Directing – Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel, an American Empirical Production
Film Editing – The Grand Budapest Hotel, an American Empirical Production
Makeup and Hairstyling – TThe Grand Budapest Hotel, an American Empirical Production
Production Design – The Grand Budapest Hotel, an American Empirical Production
Sound Editing – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), a New Regency/M Productions/LeGrisbi Production
Sound Mixing – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), a New Regency/M Productions/LeGrisbi Production
Original Score – The Grand Budapest Hotel, an American Empirical Production
Original Screenplay – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), a New Regency/M Productions/LeGrisbi Production
Original Screenplay – The Grand Budapest Hotel, an American Empirical Production

Focus Features (6 nominations)
Best Picture – The Theory of Everything, a Working Title Films Production
Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role – Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything, a Working Title Films Production
Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role – Felicity Jones, The Theory of Everything, a Working Title Films Production
Best Animated Feature Film – The Boxtrolls, a Laika Production
Original Score – The Theory of Everything, a Working Title Films Production
Adapted Screenplay – The Theory of Everything, a Working Title Films Production

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Best Animated Feature Film – Song of the Sea, a Cartoon Saloon Production
Best Animated Feature Film – The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, a Studio Ghibli Production

IFC Films/Sundance Selects (8 nominations)
Best Picture – Boyhood, an IFC Productions/Detour Filmproduction Production
Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role – Ethan Hawke, Boyhood, an IFC Productions/Detour Filmproduction Production
Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role – Marion, Cotillard, Two Days, One Night, a Les Films du Fleuve/Archipel 35/Eyeworks/BIM Distribuzione Production (Sundance Selects)
Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role – Patricia Arquette, Boyhood, an IFC Productions/Detour Filmproduction
Directing – Richard Linklater, Boyhood, an IFC Productions/Detour Filmproduction
Documentary Feature – Finding Vivian Maier, a Ravine Pictures Production (Sundance Selects)
Film Editing – Boyhood, an IFC Productions/Detour Filmproduction
Original Screenplay – Boyhood, an IFC Productions/Detour Filmproduction

Music Box Films (2 nominations)
Best Foreign Language Film – Ida (Poland), a Phoenix Film-Opus Film in association with Portobello Pictures and Phoenix Poland Production
Cinematography – Ida (Poland), a Phoenix Film-Opus Film in association with Portobello Pictures and Phoenix Poland Production

Netflix (1 nomination)
Documentary Feature – Virunga, a Grain Media Production

Open Road Films (1 nomination)
Original Screenplay – Nightcrawler, a Bold Films Production

Interstellar 1Paramount (7 nominations)
Best Picture – Selma, a Paramount Pictures Production
Original Score – Interstellar, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Original Song – “Glory”, Selma, a Paramount Pictures Production
Production Design – Interstellar, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Sound Editing – Interstellar, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Sound Mixing – Interstellar, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Visual Effects – Interstellar, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production

Radius (1 nomination)
Documentary Feature – CitizenFour, a Praxis Films Production

Relativity Media (1 nomination)
Original Song – “Grateful,” Beyond the Lights, a Relativity Media/Undisputed Cinema/Homegrown Pictures/BET Films Production

Sony Pictures Classics (18 nominations)
Best Picture – Whiplash, a Blumhouse Productions/Right of Way Films/Bold Films Production
Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role – Steve Carell, Foxcatcher, an Annapurna Pictures Production
Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role, Julianne Moore, Still Alice, a Killer Films Production
Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role – Mark Ruffalo, Foxcatcher, an Annapurna Pictures Production
Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role – JK Simmons, Whiplash, a Blumhouse Productions/Right of Way Films/Bold Films Production
Cinematography – Mr. Turner, a Thin Man Films Production
Costume Design – Mr. Turner, a Thin Man Films Production
Directing – Bennett Miller, Foxcatcher, an Annapurna Pictures Production
Documentary Feature – The Salt of the Earth, a Decia Films Production
Film editing – Whiplash, a Blumhouse Productions/Right of Way Films/Bold Films Production
Best Foreign Language Film – Leviathan (Russia), a Non-Stop Production
Best Foreign Language Film – Wild Tales (Argentina), a Kramer & Sigman Films/El Deseo Production
Makeup And Hairstyling – Foxcatcher, an Annapurna Pictures Production
Production Design – Mr. Turner, a Thin Man Films Production
Original Score – Mr. Turner, a Thin Man Films Production
Adapted Screenplay – Whiplash, a Blumhouse Productions/Right of Way Films/Bold Films Production
Original Screenplay – Foxcatcher, an Annapurna Pictures Production
Sound Mixing – Whiplash, a Blumhouse Productions/Right of Way Films/Bold Films Production

Universal (3 nominations)
Cinematography – Unbroken, an A Jolie Pas/3 Arts Entertainment Production
Sound Editing – Unbroken, an A Jolie Pas/3 Arts Entertainment Production
Sound Mixing – Unbroken, an A Jolie Pas/3 Arts Entertainment Production

american sniperWarner Bros (16 nominations)
Best Picture – American Sniper, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role – Bradley Cooper, American Sniper, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role – Robert Duvall, The Judge, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Costume Design – Inherent Vice, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Film Editing – American Sniper, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Production Design – Interstellar, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production (Paramount)
Sound Editing – American Sniper, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Sound Editing – The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, a New Line/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
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Sound Editing – Interstellar, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production (Paramount)
Sound Mixing – American Sniper, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Sound Mixing – Interstellar, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production (Paramount)
Original Score – Interstellar, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production (Paramount)
Adapted Screenplay – American Sniper, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Adapted Screenplay – Inherent Vice, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production
Original Song – “Everything Is Awesome,” The Lego Movie, a Warner Specialty Production
Visual Effects – Interstellar, a Warner Bros. Pictures Production (Paramount)

Weinstein Company (9 nominations)
Best Picture – The Imitation Game, a Black Bear Pictures/Bristol Automotive Production
Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role – Benedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game, a Black Bear Pictures/Bristol Automotive Production
Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role – Keira Knightley, The Imitation Game, a Black Bear Pictures/Bristol Automotive Production
Directing – Morten Tyldum, The Imitation Game, a Black Bear Pictures/Bristol Automotive Production
Film Editing – The Imitation Game, a Black Bear Pictures/Bristol Automotive Production
Production Design – The Imitation Game, a Black Bear Pictures/Bristol Automotive Production
Original Score – The Imitation Game, a Black Bear Pictures/Bristol Automotive Production
Adapted Screenplay – The Imitation Game, a Black Bear Pictures/Bristol Automotive Production
Original Song – “Lost Stars,” Begin Again, a Likely Story/Exclusive Media/Apatow Production