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Monday, December 11th, 2017

“The Golden Globes, hooray! What wonderful news on such a snowy day in London.”
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Golden Globes Reactions

Monday, December 11th, 2017

“THE DISASTER ARTIST gets nominated for big Hollywood awards!! What a story!!” – Seth Rogan via Twitter

“Thank you to the HFPA for this honor and thank you beyond measure to the one and only Billie Jean King. She is a brilliant, brave and game-changing human being, and I wish to be half the woman she is someday.” – Emma Stone

“Congratulations to and @SteveCarell on their @goldenglobes Best Actress and Best Actor nominations for @billievsbobby! Two great people who delivered two incredible performances. Proud to have played a small part in the film’s success!” – Billie Jean King

“I’m honored to have my music in Phantom Thread  nominated alongside such talented film score composers.  This is the fourth film with my friend Paul Thomas Anderson. It’s a happy and productive partnership, one where I’m given a ridiculous amount of freedom to write music and explore ideas with him. I’m very glad to see this relationship recognised by such a nomination.” – Jonny Greenwood

“The Golden Globes, hooray! What wonderful news on such a snowy day in London.” – Judi Dench

“I am amazed, flattered and very proud of my first Golden Globe Nomination. I am also honored to find myself in such company as I am a serious admirer of all the work of all the other nominees.” – Gary Oldman

“We are so grateful to the HFPA for honoring “Coco,” which itself honors the distinction and cultural pride of Mexico and the beautiful celebration of Día de Muertos. It is a story that we hope can build bridges between generations, communities, and cultures. On behalf of the many people who worked so hard to bring this story to life, we would like to say ‘thank you’ for this recognition.” – Lee Unkrich,  Darla K. Anderson, Adrian Molina

“We are thrilled by the recognition for the film, and most especially for Daniel Kaluuya, this morning by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Congratulations to Daniel and our cast and crew, who all worked so hard on bringing this film to life. We are also grateful to feel so supported by fans and audiences who continue to champion the film.” – Jordan Peele, Sean McKittrick and Jason Blum

“Thanks so much to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for not only recognizing my work in The Shape of Water, but that of Guillermo, our amazing cast and the whole creative team. I’m ecstatic and truly humbled!!” – Octavia Spencer

“I am so thrilled to be recognized for the role of LaVona in “I, Tonya”! My wonderfully talented friend, Steven Rogers, wrote the part for me, which makes it so much sweeter.” – Allison Janney

“I am very proud of this nomination. Guillermo has offered me the most beautiful story, allowing me to convey the universality of Love, Cinema and Music. Thank you Hollywood Foreign Press Association!” – Alexandre Desplat

“We are thrilled and honored to be nominated. We want to thank the HFPA for giving us a reason to bust out our finest tuxedos and footballs.” – Seth Rogan

“Over 7 years ago we began the journey to make @greatestshowman a major motion picture. Through all of the (literal) blood, sweat and tears … giving up was never an option. As it is said, with great risk comes great reward. Thank you #hfpa for all 3 nominations. What an awesome morning for the entire Showman family. See you on 1.7.18.” – Hugh Jackman via Twitter

“I’m so thankful for my second nomination. Would absolutely not be possible without our amazing Showrunner, Prentice Penny, our dope director, Melina Matsoukas and our amazing writers. This is an acting nomination so I’m especially grateful to all my co-stars, and especially Yvonne and Jay for constantly lifting me up. Thanks to the HFPA and everybody who supports INSECURE!” – Issa Rae

“What a beautiful gift. Thank you with all my heart to the Hollywood Foreign Press for honoring this special film and my part in it. I am so very humbled by this acknowledgement. Every piece of this film was and is a gift for me. Working with Guillermo del Toro along with this exceptional cast and crew was one of the most extraordinary heart expanding experiences. He is one of the greatest filmmakers of our time I believe. And I am beyond thrilled that his vision, his ingenuity and artwork has been recognized in this way…. Thank you with all my heart thank you. I believe in magic and this is a magical thing.” – Sally Hawkins

“I’d like to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for this honor. It’s simply amazing to be recognized with the other awe-inspiring actresses in this category. Greta Gerwig has crafted such a beautiful, intimate and heartfelt comedy about the sacred relationship between a mother and daughter and I can’t say enough how gratifying it is to be a part of a film that has touched so many. I thank Greta for her incredible vision and to Saoirse Ronan for being the perfect Lady Bird.” – Laurie Metcalf

“Honored and grateful for nomination of …The story of a BIG Bull with a BIG message of being yourself and being PROUD of who you are.” – John Cena via Twitter

“Thank you to the HFPA, who have been supportive of my work since I played James Dean 16 years ago. I am grateful that they have recognized our film “The Disaster Artist” for Best Comedy, and for nominating me as an actor. This movie could only have happened because I was supported by my family and friends. I acted opposite my brother, Dave, and it was produced by my friend of 20 years, Seth Rogen, and his company Point Grey. From the incredible writers, Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber, to the amazing cast, and our regular crew, this movie was blessed and a gift to be a part of. I’m sure the real Tommy Wiseau is pretty happy right now too.” – James Franco

“I am so overjoyed to be nominated for both my role as Florence and for the song ‘Mighty River.’ Dee created such an incredible film and special character for me to play. In fact ‘Mudbound’ inspired me so much, I was able to write and sing ‘Mighty River.’ Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press for this honor.” – Mary J. Blige

“I am thrilled by today’s recognition by the HFPA and particularly happy for our nominees who made this movie happen —Meryl and Tom, Liz Hannah and Josh Singer, Amy Pascal and Kristie Macosko Krieger, and of course, John Williams. I only wish Kay Graham were still here to experience how much her story affects all of us.” – Stephen Spielberg

“Very happy the work of the others on ‘The Post’ has been given the attention they deserve. Thank you to the HFPA.” – Tom Hanks

“AHHHHHH!!!! WE DID IT!!!! Home from @FerdinandMovie is nominated for best original song at the @goldenglobes! Thank you to the HFPA for this incredible honor & to my family for being the inspiration for this song. Thank you @tranterjustin for writing this song with me!” – Nick Jonas

“Jessica [Chastain] and I are thrilled to be representing ‘Molly’s Game’ at the Golden Globes. By recognizing our work the HFPA has recognized the work of roughly two-hundred technicians, carpenters, painters, designers, editors, engineers, musicians and actors — particularly Idris Elba and Kevin Costner– to say nothing of our producers and STX. I’d like to send a personal congratulations to Jessica, who straps the movie to her back in the first scene and doesn’t put it down until the end credits roll and who brings this unique movie heroine to spectacular life. Thank you to the HFPA and congratulations to all the nominees.” – Aaron Sorkin

“I’m so honored and excited about these nominations! Congrats to the Blue Sky and Fox teams for being a part of this journey with me. Congrats to Nick Jonas for creating such a beautiful and powerful song for Ferdinand!!! Go team!!!!” – Carlos Saldanha

“Thank you so much to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association! This is such an incredible morning for everyone involved in ‘Lady Bird!’ I could not be more thrilled for Saoirse and Laurie, who gave such beautiful and layered performances. Those two ladies are my inspiration, and I am so happy that their amazing performances are acknowledged. Filmmaking is the ultimate collaborative art form, and none of it would have been possible without our entire cast, crew, producers and the incomparable A24 whose unyielding support I am so grateful for. Thank you!” – Greta Gerwig

“My career has been enriched by international projects, film festivals and foreign releases so I am particularly grateful to be recognized by the journalists of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for Sean Baker’s ‘The Florida Project,’ a film which I am very proud of.” – Willem Dafoe

”I‘m thrilled to receive the news today of the film’s six Golden Globe nominations, and especially that my good friends Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell, and our composer Carter Burwell, have been recognized for their brilliant work.” – Martin McDonagh

 

Nominee Reactions

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

“What makes this moment so much more poignant is that I’m in India right now. This enthralling country holds such a deep place in my heart, and it is where Saroo’s journey was born.”
The Nominees React

The Nomination Reactions

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

“Champagne and Mezcal will run tonight!”
The Nomination Reactions

Nomination Reactions

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

“I am sitting in a coffee shop with my mum and just found out I have an Oscar nomination. Feeling very overwhelmed and just can’t believe it. Better pick out a gown.” – Sam Smith

“I am in London and just heard the good news! We gave it our all on this film and this appreciation from the Academy means a lot to me and my colleagues who made it possible. Champagne and Mezcal will run tonight!” – Alejandro G. Inarritu

 

“I am incredibly humbled by this honor. I was not expecting it … especially at this time in my life.” – Sylvester Stallone

“We made this movie with a lot of love: love for science, love for cinema, a sort of radical optimism about human beings. We didn’t know if the world would embrace it. They did, and now I’m so thrilled the Academy has embraced it too.” – Simon Kinberg, The Martian producer
“I don’t think we can expect any Oscars, but we’re perfectly happy just to be invited to the party. I think I’ll just keep looking around and go, ‘Wow. These people are supposed to be my peers?” – Nick Hornby, Brooklyn
“We were screaming like idiots in the pitch black with the smell of waffles in the room.” – Adam McKay, The Big Short
“”I was eating my lunch and the news came through. It gave me indigestion, but it was great news.” – Mark Burton, Shaun the Sheep
From the bottom of my heart thank you to the Academy. You have given our film the strongest of spotlights on a subject matter so cru”cial for many women across the world today. As a female director this support is crucial and I trust the absolute power of cinema to trigger change. Thank you to the five young actresses of Mustang for their courage and their persistence in defending freedom, the entire team of the film and to Cohen Media for having carried Mustang to such a beautiful day. Thank you to France, I am extremely proud and grateful to represent this country here today. This nomination is an absolute honor and a dream come true. ” – Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Mustang

“When we made Brooklyn, we had no idea of what was to come. It is the most personal film I have ever done, the hardest one too. I am honoured to represent this film with my friends – John, Nick, Finola, Yves, Colm, Amanda. This has all been a dream. To see how the film has been embraced has been heartwarming. Thank you so very much to The Academy – you are a group of people I respect greatly and to be recognized by you means so much.” – Saoirse Ronan

 

“I am profoundly honored by this Oscar nomination. Since 2007, over 100,000 people have been killed in the Mexican drug wars and over 25,000 have disappeared. I made CARTEL LAND to put a face to this violence and to examine the ramifications of what happens when citizens take the law into their own hands to fight back.Hopefully, this nomination will give voice to those trapped by this senseless cycle of violence, suffering, and corruption.” – Matthew Heineman, Cartel Land

“This is incredible news to wake up to. I am thrilled. I didn’t think the experience of working with Quentin [Tarantino] and this cast could get any more rewarding….to get this recognition for this role is such a joy.” – Jennifer Jason Leigh

 

“The Oscar noms were announced today. We now know who’s going to be throwing up at the Vanity Fair party.” – Chris Rock, via Twitter

 

“This nomination lends a voice to so many victims and their families around the world. Thank you to The Academy for recognizing the movement of people who have come together around The Hunting Ground and ‘Til It Happens To You’ in the name of sexual assault. Diane Warren and I are simply honored to represent the voices of so many survivors.” – Lady Gaga

 

“It makes it feel very personal, even though that’s kind of silly to say about an animated film with lots of color. It’s completely absurd in that it has emotions as characters, yet at its heart it really feels like this is something that came from my personal experience that was meaningful and difficult for me, both myself growing up and watching my kids grow up, specifically my daughter.” – Pete Docter, Inside Out

 

“I am so grateful to the Academy for their recognition of this film. Making ‘The Revenant’ was one of the most rewarding and collaborative experiences of my life. None of this would have been possible without Alejandro’s talent, vision and determination. Our dedicated crew also deserves to share in this moment. Together, they have created a truly unique cinematic experience. Congratulations to all of my fellow nominees this season. Thank you to the Academy.” – Leonardo DiCaprio

 

“I am beyond grateful and humbled by this nomination. I feel incredibly honored to be recognized among the other amazing women in this category. Joy is an incredibly inspiring story about an ordinary woman who does extraordinary things. For me, working with David O. Russell has been nothing short of extraordinary, and I share this nomination with him as well as our incredible supporting cast. I could not be more proud to be a part of this film and thankful to the producers and Fox for their unyielding support.” – Jennifer Lawrence

 

“I am deeply grateful to The Academy for this honour. To be recognized alongside these actresses and their inspiring performances is humbling. To be a part of bringing The Danish Girl to life was such a gift and to receive this nomination is a thrill.” – Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl

 

“Wow! Our film #Prologue has been nominated for an #oscarnoms. Mo and I thrilled.” – Richard Williams, via Twitter

 

“This is an incredible day for everyone involved in Room. Thank you to the Academy for honoring us with four nominations — it’s beyond all our wildest dreams. It is a testament to everyone who gave so much of themselves to make this film happen. I am so proud of Emma Donoghue whose incredible novel started the journey, of Ed Guiney, my filmmaking other half who has been with me, driving the train, from the beginning, and to everyone at Element Pictures Dublin, my filmmaking home, of the extraordinary Brie Larson and the prodigy that is Jacob Tremblay. Also love and thanks go to Stephen Rennicks, Nathan Nugent, Ethan Tobman and Danny Cohen, my filmmaking team. What a day for Irish cinema! I am so delighted.” – Lenny Abrahamson, director of Room

 

“I’m unbelievably honored and excited to be recognized by the Academy, and even more thrilled to share this honor with Lenny Abrahamson, Emma Donoghue and the entire ROOM family of filmmakers, cast, and crew. I’m so lucky and humbled to be a part of this beautiful story, in a once-in-a-lifetime role. Congratulations to my fellow nominees. Truly, I am very grateful this morning.” – Brie Larson

 

“It is a delight to be celebrated as a supporting actor in Steven’s beautiful film, Bridge of Spies. I cannot separate my work in the film from the work of my friend Tom Hanks. Every thought, every look, every expression you are celebrating in my portrayal of Rudolph Abel, I found them all in the thoughtful generous presence of Tom Hanks beside me, or behind the camera, yet still with me 100%, every take, every moment. Of course you would witness none of it without Steven, nor are any of the choices of what you witness mine. The performance belongs equally to him and all his wonderful crew, who I am proud to call friends, as I admire them enormously. May I say, I am particularly proud to be nominated as a supporting actor, as I find the level of supporting acting in films these days utterly convincing and very often extremely moving, even the smallest parts.” – Mark Rylance

The Oscar Nominations – By Film

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

The Oscar Nominations – By Film

Oscar Nominees – By Film

Thursday, January 14th, 2016
45 Years
1 Nomination
  • Actress in a Leading Role – Charlotte Rampling
The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed out the Window and Disappeared
1 Nomination
  • Makeup and Hairstyling – Love Larson and Eva von Bahr
Amy
1 Nomination
  • Documentary (Feature) – Asif Kapadia and James Gay-Rees
Anomalisa
1 Nomination
  • Animated Feature Film – Charlie Kaufman, Duke Johnson and Rosa Tran
Ave Maria
1 Nomination
Short Film (Live Action) – Basil Khalil and Eric Dupont
Bear Story
1 Nomination
  • Short Film (Animated) – Gabriel Osorio and Pato Escala
The Big Short
5 Nominations

  • Directing – Adam McKay
  • Best Picture – Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner, Producers
  • Actor in a Supporting Role – Christian Bale
  • Film Editing – Hank Corwin
  • Writing (Adapted Screenplay) – Screenplay by Charles Randolph and Adam McKay
Body Team 12
1 Nomination
  • Documentary (Short Subject) – David Darg and Bryn Mooser
Boy and the World
1 Nomination
  • Animated Feature Film – Alê Abreu
Bridge of Spies
6 Nominations
  • Sound Mixing – Andy Nelson, Gary Rydstrom and Drew Kunin
  • Actor in a Supporting Role – Mark Rylance
  • Production Design – Production Design: Adam Stockhausen; Set Decoration: Rena DeAngelo and Bernhard Henrich
  • Best Picture – Steven Spielberg, Marc Platt and Kristie Macosko Krieger, Producers
  • Music (Original Score) – Thomas Newman
  • Writing (Original Screenplay) – Written by Matt Charman and Ethan Coen & Joel Coen
Brooklyn
3 Nominations
  • Best Picture – Finola Dwyer and Amanda Posey, Producers
  • Actress in a Leading Role – Saoirse Ronan
  • Writing (Adapted Screenplay) – Screenplay by Nick Hornby
Carol
6 Nominations
  • Music (Original Score) – Carter Burwell
  • Actress in a Leading Role – Cate Blanchett
  • Cinematography – Ed Lachman
  • Actress in a Supporting Role – Rooney Mara
  • Costume Design – Sandy Powell
  • Writing (Adapted Screenplay) – Screenplay by Phyllis Nagy
Cartel Land
1 Nomination
  • Documentary (Feature) – Matthew Heineman and Tom Yellin
Chau, beyond the Lines
1 Nomination
  • Documentary (Short Subject) – Courtney Marsh and Jerry Franck
Cinderella
1 Nomination
  • Costume Design – Sandy Powell
Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah
1 Nomination
  • Documentary (Short Subject) – Adam Benzine
Creed
1 Nomination
  • Actor in a Supporting Role – Sylvester Stallone
The Danish Girl
4 Nominations
  • Actress in a Supporting Role – Alicia Vikander
  • Actor in a Leading Role – Eddie Redmayne
  • Costume Design – Paco Delgado
  • Production Design – Production Design: Eve Stewart; Set Decoration: Michael Standish
Day One
1 Nomination
  • Short Film (Live Action) – Henry Hughes
Embrace of the Serpent
1 Nomination
  • Foreign Language Film – Colombia
Everything Will Be Okay (Alles Wird Gut)
1 Nomination
  • Short Film (Live Action) – Patrick Vollrath
Ex Machina
2 Nominations
  • Visual Effects – Andrew Whitehurst, Paul Norris, Mark Ardington and Sara Bennett
  • Writing (Original Screenplay) – Written by Alex Garland
Fifty Shades of Grey
1 Nomination
  • Music (Original Song) – “Earned It” from Fifty Shades of Grey; Music and Lyric by Abel Tesfaye, Ahmad Balshe, Jason Daheala Quenneville and Stephan Moccio
A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness
1 Nomination
  • Documentary (Short Subject) – Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
The Hateful Eight
3 Nominations
  • Music (Original Score) – Ennio Morricone
  • Actress in a Supporting Role – Jennifer Jason Leigh
  • Cinematography – Robert Richardson
The Hunting Ground
1 Nomination
  • Music (Original Song) – “Til It Happens To You” from The Hunting Ground; Music and Lyric by Diane Warren and Lady Gaga
Inside Out
2 Nominations
  • Animated Feature Film – Pete Docter and Jonas Rivera
  • Writing (Original Screenplay) – Screenplay by Pete Docter, Meg LeFauve, Josh Cooley; Original story by Pete Docter, Ronnie del Carmen
Joy
1 Nomination
  • Actress in a Leading Role – Jennifer Lawrence
Last Day of Freedom
1 Nomination
  • Documentary (Short Subject) – Dee Hibbert-Jones and Nomi Talisman
The Look of Silence
1 Nomination
  • Documentary (Feature) – Joshua Oppenheimer and Signe Byrge Sørensen
Mad Max: Fury Road
10 Nominations
  • Visual Effects – Andrew Jackson, Tom Wood, Dan Oliver and Andy Williams
  • Sound Mixing – Chris Jenkins, Gregg Rudloff and Ben Osmo
  • Best Picture – Doug Mitchell and George Miller, Producers
  • Directing – George Miller
  • Costume Design – Jenny Beavan
  • Cinematography – John Seale
  • Makeup and Hairstyling – Lesley Vanderwalt, Elka Wardega and Damian Martin
  • Film Editing – Margaret Sixel
  • Sound Editing – Mark Mangini and David White
  • Production Design – Production Design: Colin Gibson; Set Decoration: Lisa Thompson
The Martian
7 Nominations
  • Actor in a Leading Role – Matt Damon
  • Sound Editing – Oliver Tarney
  • Sound Mixing – Paul Massey, Mark Taylor and Mac Ruth
  • Production Design – Production Design: Arthur Max; Set Decoration: Celia Bobak
  • Visual Effects – Richard Stammers, Anders Langlands, Chris Lawrence and Steven Warner
  • Writing (Adapted Screenplay) – Screenplay by Drew Goddard
  • Best Picture – Simon Kinberg, Ridley Scott, Michael Schaefer and Mark Huffam, Producers
Mustang
1 Nomination
  • Foreign Language Film – France
Prologue
1 Nomination
  • Short Film (Animated) – Richard Williams and Imogen Sutton
Racing Extinction
1 Nomination
  • Music (Original Song) – “Manta Ray” from Racing Extinction; Music by J. Ralph, Lyric by Antony Hegarty
 
The Revenant
12 Nominations
  • Directing – Alejandro G. Iñárritu
  • Best Picture – Arnon Milchan, Steve Golin, Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Mary Parent and Keith Redmon, Producers
  • Cinematography – Emmanuel Lubezki
  • Costume Design – Jacqueline West
  • Sound Mixing – Jon Taylor, Frank A. Montaño, Randy Thom and Chris Duesterdiek
  • Actor in a Leading Role – Leonardo DiCaprio
  • Sound Editing – Martin Hernandez and Lon Bender
  • Production Design – Production Design: Jack Fisk; Set Decoration: Hamish Purdy
  • Visual Effects – Rich McBride, Matthew Shumway, Jason Smith and Cameron Waldbauer
  • Makeup and Hairstyling – Siân Grigg, Duncan Jarman and Robert Pandini
  • Film Editing – Stephen Mirrione
  • Actor in a Supporting Role – Tom Hardy
Room
4 Nominations
  • Actress in a Leading Role – Brie Larson
  • Best Picture – Ed Guiney, Producer
  • Directing – Lenny Abrahamson
  • Writing (Adapted Screenplay) – Screenplay by Emma Donoghue
Sanjay’s Super Team
1 Nomination
  • Short Film (Animated) – Sanjay Patel and Nicole Grindle
Shaun the Sheep Movie
1 Nomination
  • Animated Feature Film – Mark Burton and Richard Starzak
Shok
1 Nomination
  • Short Film (Live Action) – Jamie Donoughue
Sicario
3 Nominations
  • Sound Editing – Alan Robert Murray
  • Music (Original Score) – Jóhann Jóhannsson
  • Cinematography – Roger Deakins
Son of Saul
1 Nomination
  • Foreign Language Film – Hungary
Spectre
1 Nomination
  • Music (Original Song) – “Writing’s On The Wall” from Spectre; Music and Lyric by Jimmy Napes and Sam Smith
Spotlight
6 Nominations
  • Actor in a Supporting Role – Mark Ruffalo
  • Best Picture – Michael Sugar, Steve Golin, Nicole Rocklin and Blye Pagon Faust, Producers
  • Actress in a Supporting Role – Rachel McAdams
  • Film Editing – Tom McArdle
  • Directing – Tom McCarthy
  • Writing (Original Screenplay) – Written by Josh Singer & Tom McCarthy
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
5 Nominations
  • Sound Mixing – Andy Nelson, Christopher Scarabosio and Stuart Wilson
  • Music (Original Score) – John Williams
  • Film Editing – Maryann Brandon and Mary Jo Markey
  • Sound Editing – Matthew Wood and David Acord
  • Visual Effects – Roger Guyett, Patrick Tubach, Neal Scanlan and Chris Corbould
Steve Jobs
2 Nominations
  • Actress in a Supporting Role – Kate Winslet
  • Actor in a Leading Role – Michael Fassbender
Straight Outta Compton
1 Nomination
  • Writing (Original Screenplay) – Screenplay by Jonathan Herman and Andrea Berloff; Story by S. Leigh Savidge & Alan Wenkus and Andrea Berloff
Stutterer
1 Nomination
  • Short Film (Live Action) – Benjamin Cleary and Serena Armitage
Theeb
1 Nomination
  • Foreign Language Film – Jordan
Trumbo
1 Nomination
  • Actor in a Leading Role – Bryan Cranston
A War
1 Nomination
  • Foreign Language Film – Denmark
We Can’t Live without Cosmos
1 Nomination
  • Short Film (Animated) – Konstantin Bronzit
What Happened, Miss Simone?
1 Nomination
  • Documentary (Feature) – Liz Garbus, Amy Hobby and Justin Wilkes
When Marnie Was There
1 Nomination
  • Animated Feature Film – Hiromasa Yonebayashi and Yoshiaki Nishimura
Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom
1 Nomination
  • Documentary (Feature) – Evgeny Afineevsky and Den Tolmor
World of Tomorrow
1 Nomination
  • Short Film (Animated) – Don Hertzfeldt
Youth
1 Nomination
  • Music (Original Song) – “Simple Song #3” from Youth; Music and Lyric by David Lang

Globe Reactions

Thursday, December 10th, 2015

 I did dance around a lot.”
Nominee Reactions

Reacting to the Golden Globes

Thursday, December 10th, 2015

Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for recognizing “See You Again” with a nomination for Best Original Song.  We aimed to write something that truly honored the legacy of Paul Walker and are humbled it has touched so many people. – Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth

I was eating breakfast at home in L.A. when I heard. It was such a surprise, it’s a wonderful thing. Now I’m in the car. On the way to a meeting. Busy day! – Jane Fonda

I opened my computer and went to GoldenGlobes.com. And when I realized I hadn’t missed the announcements I was like, “yes!” And America and Dennis Quaid are both my friends, and then Dennis was like, “Amy Schumer, ‘Trainwreck.’” I started tearing up in bed. I look very, very gorgeous right now. – Amy Schumer

Wow! I just got nominated for a Golden Globe –  that is proper bonkers! I wanted to ‘Think Different’ in how I approached this score and working with a cinematic visionary like Danny Boyle meant I could. Since STEVE JOBS was brilliantly written by Aaron Sorkin in three acts I took three different musical approaches, so Danny got three scores for the price of one – Bargain of the year! -Daniel Pemberton

Very cool to be recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Thanks Globe people! – Jenji Kohan, Orange is the New Black

Wow. My deepest thanks to the HFPA – I am beyond honored, grateful, thrilled and every other imaginable emotion to be in the company of such an inspirational group of women, and to share this morning’s recognition with Emma, Lenny, the entire cast and crew of ROOM, as well as Amy Schumer and the cast and crew of Trainwreck. What a morning! And thanks to Jacob Tremblay – you have made every day of this journey magic. – Brie Larson

I am absolutely thrilled to be nominated for a Golden Globe, and to be in such terrifically talented company. I look forward to seeing you all in LA in January. Thank you. – Maggie Smith

I’m very grateful to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for the nomination. This film, and working with Danny Boyle and our amazing cast, has been one of the most creative and amazing experiences of my professional life. It’s lovely to be honored.  -Michael Fassbender 

… I must say that I love this movie so much. I feel like I share this with the rest of the cast. We were such an ensemble. – Jennifer Jason Leigh

I am completely over the moon and feel so honored to be nominated for a Golden Globe by the HFPA for this film. I am genuinely ecstatic.  -Kate Winslet

I’m just sooo excited, it’s just fantastic. I could not be more thrilled. I was up early taking my children to school. It’s 3pm here in the afternoon. I was trying not to think about it and go about my day. I was gonna give my phone to my husband – because I was just feeling so tense about the whole thing – and then the announcement came out. It was such a lovely surprise. – -Kate Winsle

It has been incredibly humbling to see the reception to ‘Inside Out’ by audiences around the world. We set out to make a film that would help us better understand our children, but never imagined it would have the impact that it has, and we could not be more thrilled or filled with JOY to receive this nomination from the Hollywood Foreign Press.  – Pete Docter, Director and Jonas Rivera, Producer

It’s amazing. Life keeps getting better and better. It feels good to be recognized. You’re not really thinking about anything else. – Saoirse Ronan

I’m on set right now and just heard this amazing news. I am absolutely blown away! I couldn’t be more grateful to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for this nomination and their continued support. Downton Abbey and Anna Bates have been a big part of my life for some years now. It has been the most exciting journey alongside the most wonderful people. I feel so lucky to have portrayed this character and to be recognized along side these incredibly talented actresses, who have given such strong, inspirational performances. I couldn’t be happier!!! – Joanne Froggatt

We are all very excited and very grateful to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for embracing our film and Matt’s brilliant performance so warmly. Making The Martian was one of the highlights of my career and the fact that it is being recognized in such a generous way is fantastic and very much appreciated. – Ridley Scott

So I heard my name and my husband was still asleep because my alarm didn’t go off. I just woke up on my own. I woke up my husband and then we hugged and cuddled and then I danced. I did dance around a lot. – Rachel Bloom

I want to thank the HFPA for this incredible honor. For an independent film like ROOM to be nominated for Best Picture for the Golden Globes is an extraordinary vote of confidence and a tribute to the amazing work done by all the talented people involved in the production. I am particularly delighted for Brie Larson and Emma Donoghue. Their unique artistry is being recognized today. – Lenny Abrahamson

Creating ‘The Good Dinosaur’ has been an arduous, exhilarating, and even at times terrifying, but life-changing adventure, not so unlike Arlo’s journey in the film. On behalf of our hard working crew and everyone at Pixar, we would like to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press for the tremendous honor of this nomination.  – Peter Sohn, Director and Denise Ream,  Producer

I’m so excited to go to the Golden Globes. It’s one of those things where I’d like to act like I’m a cool cat, like I’m totally unaffected by it. But there’s a monster red carpet, and it’s great. Once you’re in there, you get to hang out with friends. – Paul Dano

I’m so excited for Hulu. They have been supportive of us and have done such great work on our behalf.  I feel like we are part of their family and they’ve treated us so incredibly well. I feel almost happier for them than I do for the show, because they were on board with us from the start and they gave us everything we needed. They were so smart. And we’re happy to be a part of them. I’m glad we could be the first one for Hulu and hopefully there will be many more. – Zander Lehmann

Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. I am incredibly grateful for their nomination, as well as the recognition they have given to this film and to Alejandro’s vision as its director. Making The Revenant was a true honor for me. I also want to extend congratulations to all nominees this season. Thank you again to the HFPA. – Leonardo DiCaprio

My life, my love, my Melinda — God only knows what I’d be without her. She was the inspiration for “One Kind of Love” and just woke me to tell me the song has been nominated for a Golden Globe — my mind is blown!  Thank you Hollywood Foreign Press and everyone involved in telling my story.  And a huge hug to Paul Dano for his nomination this great morning! I’m now going back to bed for some sweet, sweet dreams. – Brian Wilson

I apologize to my neighbors I’m still screaming in my apt in NY! I’m nominated as an actress for a Golden Globe what a dream is this real! – Lady Gaga

Thank you, HFPA, for this personal honor, and for all four nominations for STEVE JOBS. This has been a very special film for all of us involved as well as a brave choice for Universal, and we’re grateful for the support you’ve shown it today.  -Aaron Sorkin

I am incredibly grateful to the HFPA for having included me in such a brilliant troupe of actors. I’m equally thrilled that Alicia and Alexandre have been recognised as well. Having the opportunity to help tell Lili and Gerda’s story has been a great privilege for me, and I am hugely grateful for the guidance, generosity and insight given to me by the transgender community. – Eddie Redmayne

Nominee Reactions

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

“I am so —-ing excited. Are you allowed to say —- when you’re making a statement for the Oscars? I’m just really —-ing excited.”
Emma Stone And Other Nominee Reactions

Oscar Nominations: The Nominee Reactions

Thursday, January 15th, 2015
Almost exactly a year ago, we were off to Sundance wondering if people would ever see Whiplash. Today is truly beyond our wildest dreams. As Fletcher would say, holy #@^!#@*$!!!”.–  Helen Estabrook, Jason Blum & David Lancaster, producers of Whiplash
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Birdman“Humbled, thankful and more than anything, grateful. So, so happy that Alejandro and the cast and crew are getting recognized. I am proud to be a part of such a bold, gutsy and daring experiment that is Birdman. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I am going to try as best I can and see if I can wipe this smile off my face. Wish me luck.” – Michael Keaton, nominated for Birdman

 

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Boxtrolls2“One word – HONORED! We are honored and humbled to accept this nomination in recognition of our amazingly talented cast and crew – the artists, actors, craftspeople, and freaks who brought The Boxtrolls to life. We are eternally grateful to them and to our fearless leaders, producers Travis Knight and David Bleiman Ichioka, for making it all possible. Thank you so much, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, for including us in this great list of nominees! We would be thrilled to sit in the dark and clap for any one of them.”  — Anthony Stacchi and Graham Annable, directors of THE BOXTROLLS, Academy Award nominee(s) for Best Animated Feature Film

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la_ca_1021_selma“Happy Birthday, Dr. King. An Oscar gift for you. To SELMA cast + crew led by our miracle David Oyelowo! To Common + Legend! Kudos! March on!” – Ava DeVernay, directory of Selma
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“I think we’ll have to find a time to have a toast and have a good time. Maybe Friday – I’m not very good at handling hangovers, especially when I’m filming!” – Alejandro González Iñárritu, nominated for Birdman

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“Thanks to all you folks with so many congratulations tweets. Heart warming support. You are too damn good.” – Mark Ruffalo, nominated for Foxcatcher

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american sniper“This is a tribute to Chris Kyle, his family and all of the service men and women who sacrifice their lives for their countries and their families. It is a privilege and an honor to play Chris and I share this with Sienna, Clint, Jason Hall, the rest of SEAL team three and everyone involved with the film.” – Bradley Cooper, nominated for American Sniper

 

 

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Boxtrolls“What an odd and lovely way to greet the day. I’m overjoyed that the Academy has honored us with this nomination. Cobbled together over well-nigh a decade, THE BOXTROLLS was a labor of unwavering love crafted one frame at a time by a superb community of actors, artists, mad geniuses, steely-eyed pragmatists, and starry-eyed dreamers. I’m so pleased with the recognition of their artistry. It shows that original stories are valued, along with the weird people who make them.”  — Travis Knight, producer of THE BOXTROLLS, Academy Award nominee for Best Animated Feature Film
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“My wife said, ‘Well, now you’ve shown them it’s not a fluke!’”– Mark Ruffalo, nominated for Foxcatcher

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Imitation Game“I am knocked for six by this. So excited and honoured to receive this recognition. It’s wonderful to be included by the academy in this exceptional year of performances. To ring my parents who are both actors and tell them that their only son has been nominated for an Oscar is one of the proudest moments of my life.” – Benedict Cumberbatch, nominated for The Imitation Game

 

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“Well, this is surreal. I am completely knocked out. Thank you to the Academy for this incredible honor. I am very proud and lucky to be a part of Birdman and can’t believe it came to this. I am so f–king excited. Are you allowed to say f–k when you’re making a statement for the Oscars? I’m just really f–king excited.” – Emma Stone, nominated for Birdman

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whiplash“Wow. This is pretty darned cool. A guy doesn’t think about things like this when he starts doing summer theatre in Bigfork, Montana in the 70’s. (In fact, I didn’t think about this when we shot ‘Whiplash,’ but here we are). ” – JK Simmons, nominated for Whiplash

 

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“The biggest bummer about the whole thing is that Channing, who really is incredible in the film, hasn’t been recognized the way I think he deserves to be. He should be here in my place in a lot of ways. That’s the real truth.” – Mark Ruffalo, nominated for Foxcatcher

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“It’s a tremendous feeling to be recognized by your colleagues and peers. We’re an independent film that’s been embraced by movie-goers and the industry. I’m greatly honored on behalf of all the immensely talented people who brought Nightcrawler to life, including my incredible cast and crew, and the terrific team at Open Road Films.” –Dan Gilroy, screenwriter of Best Original Screenplay nominee, Nightcrawler

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“I’m overwhelmed at this incredible news. This is a huge, huge honor. My deepest gratitude to the members of the Academy. I’ll look forward to celebrating this with everyone involved in THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING. Thank you so much.” -Felicity Jones, Academy Award Nominee for Best Actress In A Leading Role (THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING)

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“‪I really didn’t expect this nomination this morning. I was sleeping in my bed, and then the phone started to ring, and I thought, ‘oh my god, what’s going on, something’s happened,’ but I didn’t expect this at all. I knew the nominations were this morning and I made fun of people who would think I had a chance to be nominated, and I honestly genuinely thought they were out of their mind. I’m in shock, and I’m super happy for the movie, and I’m super happy for the brothers [writer-directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne]. I really wanted to take their movie to the Oscars and I was sad when we didn’t make the shortlist. I thought that was it, that I couldn’t take the movie to the Oscars, and today it’s changed, I’m actually taking this movie, or this movie is taking me, anywhere it goes. It makes me so happy.” – Marion Cotillard, nominated for Two Days, One Night

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“It was the first time in more than six weeks that I was woken up by someone that wasn’t my baby. It feels like we’ve been on a journey. I sent one email to David Fincher just saying thank you. That’s the main thing. I wouldn’t be here without him.”

“I’m literally operating on a minute by minute basis.  I’m literally on the rollercoaster. I don’t see the drop until I’m at the top of the hill. I don’t even know what day the Oscars are.” – Rosamund Pike, nominated for Gone Girl

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“I was just taking my kids to school [when I got the news]. Today’s also my son’s birthday — he turned 13 today. It really is wonderful. When Rick and I first started talking about this, making his movie, he’d just been born. I’ve found it incredibly moving. There’s never been a time in his life I wasn’t working on Boyhood. I’ve never made a more challenging or personal film in my life, and usually when you put those two words together, it means a little indie movie that plays ok at festivals. There’s an ethos to this movie that’s what I believe in. It’s a movie that’s incredibly humble, a movie that is celebrating the smallest events in our lives, and I knew that people would care about it. It makes me feel like we like our own lives more than we let on. It’s really powerful for Rick and I. This is our eighth film together, and it’s is our craziest pipedream. This makes Before Sunrise look mainstream. It’s transcended all that. There’s an emotional core to the movie that becomes more important than how experimental and how unique the architecture of the film is.” – Ethan Hawke, nominated for Boyhood

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big-hero-six“As kids growing up in Canada and Iowa, Chris and I both dreamt of becoming Disney animators. Never could we have imagined that, one day, we would get to make a film like Big Hero 6, and that one day, the film and all of the talented artists who made it would be recognized by the Academy. Roy, Chris and I are deeply honored by the nomination and thank everyone at Disney Animation who made this possible.” – Don Hall, nominated for Big Hero 6

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The Theory of Everything“I’m so incredibly honored to be recognized by the Academy, and even more thrilled to share this honor with the entire family of filmmakers, cast, and crew of “The Theory of Everything.” This role was a once in a lifetime experience. Congratulations to my fellow nominees, thank you to the Academy, and thank you most of all to Stephen and Jane Hawking.”  -Eddie Redmayne, Academy Award Nominee for Best Actor In A Leading Role (THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING)

 

 

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Boyhood“If you bet me this was going to happen a year ago I would have bet real money that you were wrong. Amazed.” – Patricia Arquette, nominated for Boyhood

 

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“Thank you, members of the Academy! I am humbled to learn of our most prestigious nominations. To be in the company of such great writers and producers and artists is a tribute to our film, to our talented team who worked so hard to bring this story to life, and, most importantly, to the extraordinary example provided us all by Jane and Stephen Hawking.”  — Anthony McCarten, Academy Award nominee for Best Picture (as producer of nominated film THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING) and Best Adapted Screenplay (as screenwriter of nominated film THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING)

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Judge“Playing a challenging role like Joseph Palmer was a reward in itself, but getting recognition for the work from the Academy is a real honor. And we all know that we don’t work alone—my performance is really just part of a very collaborative process, so I have to thank everyone I worked with on “The Judge,” especially David Dobkin and Robert Downey Jr., for giving me the chance, and the freedom, to bring the character to life.” – Robert Duvall, nominated for The Judge

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“I am thrilled that the Academy members have embraced THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING, as it is truly one of the most inspirational stories I have ever known. I hope our movie inspires people around the world to do as Jane and Stephen Hawking did: to reach beyond their realities and discover the unimaginable.”  — Lisa Bruce, producer of nominated film THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING

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“In a year with so many beautiful animated shorts, we are surprised, humbled, thrilled to be included among the nominees by the Academy. Making Feast alongside my favorite artists and best friends at Disney Animation was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. It is their hard work and talent that made the film what it is and I am so excited to share this nomination with them.” – Patrick Osborne, nominated for Feast

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Grand Budapest“I’ve been asked to make a “statement” even though I feel it does sound more like bragging. Nevertheless, my producers and I send our very deepest thanks to the Academy and its 8000 members for a whole slew of Oscar nominations, especially for my long-time collaborators Robert Yeoman (our cinematographer who has worked with me on seven movies, if I count them right), Milena Canonero (our Italian costume designer), Alexandre Desplat (our French composer), Barney Pilling (our English editor), Frances Hannon and Mark Coulier (more English, hair/make-up), and Adam Stockhausen out of Wisconsin. Also, my friend Hugo Guinness (who co-wrote the movie with me) expresses his own gratitude. We feel very deeply honored and thrilled and, frankly, very, very pleased with ourselves all around.” – West Anderson, nominated for The Grand Budapest Hotel

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Still Alice“I am over the moon-actually I am on a plane, flying over the United States. My old friend Bruce Cohen was the first to reach me to tell me the news.   I can’t believe that I have gone from doing plays in the 8th grade with Bruce Cohen, to him texting me 100 years later to tell me about an Oscar nomination.  I feel so lucky and proud to be in the company of the other talented actors who were nominated today.  My heart is beating so fast!” – Julianne Moore, nominated for Still Alice

 

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“Thank you Academy for recognizing BIRDMAN. 9 nominations is a huge feather in our cap. I am particularly proud of my friend Alejandro for his fearlessness and creativity and to our entire cast and crew for their unparalleled precision and excellence. Congratulations as well to our fellow nominees.” – producer for nominee Birdman
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“What an exciting morning! I’m so honoured and grateful for this nomination and to be in the company of such talented and inspiring actresses. Thank you to the Academy for this recognition and also for honouring so many of the film’s storytellers. I would like to think the many recognitions the Academy has given our movie is a celebration of Alan Turing’s legacy.” – Keira Knightley, nominated for The Imitation Game
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“When you work in animation, a moment like this only comes around about once every four years, and the anticipation leading up to this morning is like Christmas Eve all over again…not being able to sleep, having lucid dreams! And then when you hear your film called out – by JJ Abrams no less – it just doesn’t get any better. Thank you, Academy! I’m so honored to be in the company of such a talented group of nominees and so very proud our entire cast and the over 400 artists at DreamWorks Animation who made all of this possible.” – Dean DeBlois, nominated for How To Train Your Dragon 2
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“Without a shadow of doubt, the score for INTERSTELLAR was Chris and I at our most collaborative. Even in this modern world of texting and emailing, sometimes all you need is a simple, type-written letter from your director to spark what undoubtedly became one of the most personal scores I’ve ever written. Chris and I make movies family-style – so much of the film’s music was written with our children in mind, and that’s what makes this honor by the Academy really special. This is as much his score as it is mine.” – Hans Zimmer, nominated for Interstellar
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“The film was created, traveled around the world, and, hopefully, became truly significant to a lot of viewers. Today it has reached the heights, indeed. I would like to thank all the wonderful people that I was fortunate to work with. My special thanks go out to Joanna and her family, who decided to share a part of their life with me. This is a success for all of us.” – Aneta Kopacz, nominee for Best Documentary Short Subject, Joanna
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Princess“We are deeply honored that the Academy has chosen to nominate ‘The Tale of The Princess Kaguya’ for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the members of the Academy. I thank everyone who has contributed to the film’s success in US as well as those who saw the film and gave it high recognition. I also thank the many people who worked on this film.” Isao Takahata, director of Best Animated Feature nominee The Tale of the Princess Kaguya
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“We are delighted to learn of this nomination for ‘The Salt of the Earth’, and we are especially happy that our subject has received so much attention, that is, both the photography of Sebastiao Salgado, as well as his other life’s work, the reforestation of the tropical rain forest.” – Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro, co-directors of Best Documentary Feature nominee, Salt of the Earth
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“I was in the dog park with the dog when the wife finally called me. I’m honestly surprised. We’ve been on the bubble a little bit. It’s been a little unclear what’s been going on with the movie. It’s a total thrill, and in particular to share it with Max Fry.”

 

When asked about the scathing comments from one of the film’s subjects, Mark Schultz, Futterman said: “He was really brave in sharing his life with all of us. It can’t ever go perfect with everybody. It’s an upsetting period of his life.” – Dan Futterman, nominated for Foxcatcher

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“I’ve been working on this film for five years, pretty much every day of my life for five years so I got up for [the nominations announcement] because I am simply too obsessive compulsive to let even the chance that our movie might get something go by without being awake,” said Moore. When the screenwriter heard his name announced for best adapted screenplay he said “it was crazy.” “I yelled. I was fiddling with how to use my coffee maker and I was literally spilling water all over myself,” he said. “To have been involved with this film has been the most fulfilling experience of my life. I’ve been obsessed with Alan Turing since I was a teenager so to be involved with a film about him is everything I could have dreamed of.” – Graham Moore, nominated for The Imitation Game

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“[The nomination represents] the idea that the underdogs can sneak into the ball, that sometimes the girl you least expect might become the prom queen, or the skinny kid that throws the touchdown — that’s us. There’s so many studio films, big-budgeted films in the running, that that’s kind of where we see ourselves. We’re the kid that snuck in.” – Gregg Alexander, best original song nominee for “Lost Stars” from Begin Again

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Last Days of Vietnam“Yaaaay! Isn’t it thrilling? I was in my house in LA watching but the streaming was delayed here, so I got a text from Amy Grey just saying, ‘Yes,’ and then I jumped up and down in an old-fashioned kind of way. My father [Robert F. Kennedy] really jumped into that last campaign [for President], desperate for us to get out of the war in Vietnam. He saw the writing on the wall before a lot of people. That was certainly part of my childhood, and so it’s nice to have this moment and have it be recognized by so many people.” – Rory Kennedy, director of best documentary feature nominee Last Days in Vietnam

 

 

The Top 10s of 2014

Friday, January 9th, 2015

You can see the individual lists here.

Rank Last Chart Top Tens MacdonaldShanahanPage-KirbyLeeperBeltramVincentNoyesLussierDouvrisBrunzell Votes Total
1 1 Boyhood
* 3 2 3 9 1 3 1 83 646.5
2 2 Grand Budapest Hotel, The
* 4 9 9 8 1 4 2 63 409.0
3 5 Birdman
* 8 6 2 1 1 2 9 46 294.0
4 4 Whiplash
1 1 5 2 3 3 2 9 46 284.5
5 3 Under the Skin
39 244.5
6 7 Inherent Vice
2 3 28 190.5
7 6 Selma
* 2 3 5 1 37 188.5
8 15 Goodbye to Language
22 162.5
9 9 Ida
5 25 149.0
10 13 Citizenfour
4 22 135.5
11 8 Two Days, One Night
22 134.5
12 10 Mr. Turner
25 131.0
13 17 Gone Girl
* 5 4 28 125.5
14 16 Snowpiercer
4 7 8 25 117.0
15 14 Only Lovers Left Alive
22 115.5
16 11 Nightcrawler
7 6 5 22 113.5
17 Force Majeure
21 103.0
18 18 Leviathan
14 101.5
19 Winter Sleep
15 100.0
20 12 Foxcatcher
5 8 18 97.5
Guardians of the Galaxy
6 8 6 7 7 15 88.5
Immigrant, The
17 78.5
19 LEGO Movie, The
8 10 8 16 77.0
Love is Strange
* 11 67.0
20 American Sniper
6 13 66.0
Calvary
3 10 62.5
Interstellar
7 7 10 16 61.5
Edge of Tomorrow
10 5 17 58.5
We are the Best
12 55.5
Listen Up Philip
10 50.0
Babadook, The
10 47.5
National Gallery
8 47.5
Imitation Game, The
9 9 6 10 46.5
Stray Dogs
7 46.0
Captain America: Winter Soldier
10 4 4 5 9 43.0
Manakamana
8 36.0
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
10 1 3 8 36.0
Last of the Unjust, The
6 36.0
Theory of Everything, The
2 6 5 34.0
Stranger by the Lake
8 33.5
Life Itself
* 7 32.5
Tales of the Princess Kaguya
5 32.0
Dance of Reality, The
6 30.5
Locke
5 30.0
Strange Little Cat, The
4 30.0
John Wick
6 29.0
Jealousy
4 26.0
Norte, the End of History
4 26.0
What Now? Remind Me
4 26.0
Night Moves
5 25.5
Missing Picture, The
6 24.5
Nymphomaniac
5 24.0
Blue Ruin
5 7 23.5
Starred Up
5 23.0
Overnighters, The
6 5 23.0
A Most Violent Year
6 22.5
Story of my Death
4 22.0
Maps to the Stars
4 21.0
Obvious Child
8 5 19.5
Dear White People
5 19.0
Mommy
4 18.0
Tales of the Grim Sleeper
7 3 18.0
Wild
3 18.0
God Help the Girl
2 18.0
Jodorowsky's Dune
5 17.0
Skeleton Twins, The
9 4 17.0
Beyond the Lights
6 16.0
Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, A
5 16.0
Wild Tales
4 16.0
Weekend, Le
3 16.0
Fury
3 16.0
Raid 2, The
10 5 14.5
Guest, The
3 14.0
Mood Indigo
* 2 13.5
Stand Clear of Closing Doors
2 13.5
Last Days in Vietnam
3 13.0
Bird People
2 13.0
How to Train Your Dragon 2
3 12.5
Song of the Sea
2 12.5
X-Men: Days of Future Past
4 4 12.0
Journey to the West
2 12.0
Field in England, A
2 12.0
Closed Curtain
2 12.0
Butter on the Latch
2 12.0
Get On Up
10 3 11.5
Belle
2 11.5
Frank
2 11.5
Heli
2 11.5
Homesman, The
2 11.5
Like Father, Like Son
* 2 11.0
Land Ho!
2 11.0
Fault in our Stars, The
2 10.5
Actress
2 10.0
Thou Wast Mild and Lovely
10 2 10.0
Spell to Ward Off the Darkness, A
2 10.0
Into the Woods
4 10 3 9.0
Life of Riley
2 9.0
Vic + Flo Saw a Bear
2 9.0
Cheap Thrills
2 9.0
Why Don't You Play in Hell?
2 9.0
22 Jump Street
3 8.5
Unbroken
2 8.5
Over Your Dead Body
2 8.5
Lunchbox, The
8 2 8.5
20
000 3 8.0
Top Five
2 7.5
Omar
2 7.5
Beloved Sisters
2 7.0
Cold in July