The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences reminds potential contenders that Wednesday is the deadline for feature films to begin Oscar-qualifying engagements.

To qualify for consideration for Academy Awards, a feature-length film must begin a minimum seven-day run by 11:59 p.m. Wednesday in at least one commercial theater in Los Angeles County.

Additionally, film producers or distributors must have submitted the Academy’s official screen credits by Dec. 1 for any film to be considered eligible for nomination.

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