2014 Academy Awards Winners: Full List

2014 Oscar Nominations List

Stay tuned for the latest updates from the 86th annual Academy Awards.

Full list of nominees:


“American Hustle” Charles Roven, Richard Suckle, Megan Ellison and Jonathan Gordon, Producers
“Captain Phillips” Scott Rudin, Dana Brunetti and Michael De Luca, Producers
“Dallas Buyers Club” Robbie Brenner and Rachel Winter, Producers
“Gravity” Alfonso Cuarón and David Heyman, Producers
“Her” Megan Ellison, Spike Jonze and Vincent Landay, Producers
“Nebraska” Albert Berger and Ron Yerxa, Producers
“Philomena” Gabrielle Tana, Steve Coogan and Tracey Seaward, Producers
“12 Years a Slave” Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Steve McQueen and Anthony Katagas, Producers


“American Hustle” David O. Russell
“Gravity” Alfonso Cuarón
“Nebraska” Alexander Payne
“12 Years a Slave” Steve McQueen
“The Wolf of Wall Street” Martin Scorsese

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Christian Bale in “American Hustle”
Bruce Dern in “Nebraska”
Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Wolf of Wall Street”
Chiwetel Ejiofor in “12 Years a Slave”
Matthew McConaughey in “Dallas Buyers Club”


Amy Adams in “American Hustle”
Cate Blanchett in “Blue Jasmine”
Sandra Bullock in “Gravity”
Judi Dench in “Philomena”
Meryl Streep in “August: Osage County”


“American Hustle” – Written by Eric Warren Singer and David O. Russell
“Blue Jasmine” – Written by Woody Allen
“Her” – Written by Spike Jonze
“Nebraska” – Written by Bob Nelson
“Dallas Buyers Club” – Written by Craig Borten & Melisa Wallack


“Before Midnight” – Written by Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke
“Captain Phillips” – Screenplay by Billy Ray
“Philomena” – Screenplay by Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope
“12 Years a Slave” – Screenplay by John Ridley
“The Wolf of Wall Street” – Screenplay by Terence Winter

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Sally Hawkins in “Blue Jasmine”
Jennifer Lawrence in “American Hustle”
Lupita Nyong’o in “12 Years a Slave”
Julia Roberts in “August: Osage County”
June Squibb in “Nebraska”


Barkhad Abdi in “Captain Phillips”
Bradley Cooper in “American Hustle”
Michael Fassbender in “12 Years a Slave”
Jonah Hill in “The Wolf of Wall Street”
Jared Leto in “Dallas Buyers Club”


“The Croods” Chris Sanders, Kirk DeMicco and Kristine Belson
“Despicable Me 2” Chris Renaud, Pierre Coffin and Chris Meledandri
“Ernest & Celestine” Benjamin Renner and Didier Brunner
“Frozen” Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee and Peter Del Vecho
“The Wind Rises” Hayao Miyazaki and Toshio Suzuki

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“The Grandmaster” Philippe Le Sourd
“Gravity” Emmanuel Lubezki
“Inside Llewyn Davis” Bruno Delbonnel
“Nebraska” Phedon Papamichael
“Prisoners” Roger A. Deakins


“American Hustle” Michael Wilkinson
“The Grandmaster” William Chang Suk Ping
“The Great Gatsby” Catherine Martin
“The Invisible Woman” Michael O’Connor
“12 Years a Slave” Patricia Norris


“The Act of Killing”Joshua Oppenheimer and Signe Byrge Sørensen
“Cutie and the Boxer” Zachary Heinzerling and Lydia Dean Pilcher
“Dirty Wars” Richard Rowley and Jeremy Scahill
“The Square” Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer
“20 Feet from Stardom” Morgan Neville, Gil Friesen and Caitrin Rogers


“CaveDigger” Jeffrey Karoff
“Facing Fear” Jason Cohen
“Karama Has No Walls” Sara Ishaq
“The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life” Malcolm Clarke and Nicholas Reed
“Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Private Jack Hall” Edgar Barens


“American Hustle” Jay Cassidy, Crispin Struthers and Alan Baumgarten
“Captain Phillips” Christopher Rouse
“Dallas Buyers Club” John Mac McMurphy and Martin Pensa
“Gravity” Alfonso Cuarón and Mark Sanger
“12 Years a Slave” Joe Walker


“The Broken Circle Breakdown” Belgium
“The Great Beauty” Italy
“The Hunt” Denmark
“The Missing Picture” Cambodia
“Omar” Palestine


“Dallas Buyers Club” Adruitha Lee and Robin Mathews
“Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa” Stephen Prouty
“The Lone Ranger” Joel Harlow and Gloria Pasqua-Casny


“The Book Thief” John Williams
“Gravity” Steven Price
“Her” William Butler and Owen Pallett
“Philomena” Alexandre Desplat
“Saving Mr. Banks” Thomas Newman


“Alone Yet Not Alone” from “Alone Yet Not Alone”
Music by Bruce Broughton; Lyric by Dennis Spiegel

“Happy” from “Despicable Me 2”
Music and Lyric by Pharrell Williams

“Let It Go” from “Frozen”
Music and Lyric by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez

“The Moon Song” from “Her”
Music by Karen O; Lyric by Karen O and Spike Jonze

“Ordinary Love” from “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom”
Music by Paul Hewson, Dave Evans, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen; Lyric by Paul Hewson


“American Hustle”
Production Design: Judy Becker; Set Decoration: Heather Loeffler

Production Design: Andy Nicholson; Set Decoration: Rosie Goodwin and Joanne Woollard

“The Great Gatsby”
Production Design: Catherine Martin; Set Decoration: Beverley Dunn

Production Design: K.K. Barrett; Set Decoration: Gene Serdena

“12 Years a Slave”
Production Design: Adam Stockhausen; Set Decoration: Alice Baker


“Feral” Daniel Sousa and Dan Golden
“Get a Horse!” Lauren MacMullan and Dorothy McKim
“Mr. Hublot” Laurent Witz and Alexandre Espigares
“Possessions” Shuhei Morita
“Room on the Broom” Max Lang and Jan Lachauer


“Aquel No Era Yo (That Wasn’t Me)” Esteban Crespo
“Avant Que De Tout Perdre (Just before Losing Everything)” Xavier Legrand and Alexandre Gavras
“Helium” Anders Walter and Kim Magnusson
“Pitääkö Mun Kaikki Hoitaa? (Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?)” Selma Vilhunen and Kirsikka Saari
“The Voorman Problem” Mark Gill and Baldwin Li


“All Is Lost” Steve Boeddeker and Richard Hymns
“Captain Phillips” Oliver Tarney
“Gravity” Glenn Freemantle
“The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” Brent Burge
“Lone Survivor” Wylie Stateman


“Captain Phillips” Chris Burdon, Mark Taylor, Mike Prestwood Smith and Chris Munro
“Gravity” Skip Lievsay, Niv Adiri, Christopher Benstead and Chris Munro
“The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” Christopher Boyes, Michael Hedges, Michael Semanick and Tony Johnson
“Inside Llewyn Davis” Skip Lievsay, Greg Orloff and Peter F. Kurland
“Lone Survivor” Andy Koyama, Beau Borders and David Brownlow


“Gravity” Tim Webber, Chris Lawrence, Dave Shirk and Neil Corbould
“The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” Joe Letteri, Eric Saindon, David Clayton and Eric Reynolds
“Iron Man 3” Christopher Townsend, Guy Williams, Erik Nash and Dan Sudick
“The Lone Ranger” Tim Alexander, Gary Brozenich, Edson Williams and John Frazier
“Star Trek Into Darkness” Roger Guyett, Patrick Tubach, Ben Grossmann and Burt Dalton



“Gravity” 7
“12 Years a Slave” 3
“Dallas Buyers Club” 3
“Frozen” 2
“The Great Gatsby” 2
“Blue Jasmine” 1
“Her” 1

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  1. noushir khan says:


  2. shouvik says:

    Name of the background music played when matthew mcconaughey won the oscars for best actor 2014..

    Help anyone

  3. dipam says:


  4. Tony Leone says:

    I watched the Oscar ceremony and had seen most of the films, but not all. One I missed was August: Osage County. After just seeing it, Meryl Streep got robbed for Best Actress. Yes I know she has been nominated nearly 20 times, but for obvious reasons. She REALLY deserved another one here. I also saw Blue Jasmine and Blanchet was good but not at the level of Streep’s performance. Julia Roberts should have also won Best Supporting Actress for her role here too. She was magnificent in the company of so many good actors. I saw 12 Years a Slave and I agree it was the Best Picture (Dallas Buyer’ Club was a close 2nd), but the individual performances were not as good as McConaughey’s in Dallas Buyers Club or Julia Roberts here. The Academy was just trying to be as politically correct as possible.

  5. evelynw89 says:

    Reblogged this on Films & Series: What about them? and commented:
    The Oscars have been presented and what are the results? Well almost the same as the BAFTA and the Golden Globes. Not really surprising actually. Too bad Leo didn’t won an Oscar….

  6. Happy by Pharrell should have won Best Original Song!!!

  7. Eltonative says:

    You do realize that all but one of Gravity’s much deserved awards were in the more technical fields. The only one that wasn’t was best helmer and everyone knew Cuaron was a lock for that. I am so tired of people who constantly diminish every single achievement that involves persons of color by claiming it was somehow undeserved. Does your so called “common sense” come in only one shade? Does it upset your world view because in your mind certain groups should only be capable of so much and anything exceeding that threshold means some favoritism was brought to bear. And please tell me the “100 times” 12 Years has been done. Heck tell me the 5 times.

  8. lynda gaston says:

    “Guilt Card?” Ok, (pulling up chair, listening attentively) please explain.

  9. Derek says:

    At least something got a look in for best picture. At least some other award shows are a little braver and less predictable.

  10. theatrebea says:

    Score card update please: Frozen has won two

  11. Derek says:

    Gravity seriously overrated

    • Julienne says:

      You weren’t paying attention to detail. You were probably on your iphone texting.

    • Roy Nassif says:

      Gravity really was overrated. I was expecting something amazing but found it to be unoriginal and not very exciting (Maybe because I didn’t watch it in the cinema). When it came to it I found I enjoyed “All is lost” alot more than I did enjoy gravity. To me it shouldn’t have a picked up 7 awards.

    • blip says:

      Wrong, Derek. It won exactly what it deserved to win (especially with regard to editing and direction). If “12 Years a Slave” hadn’t been a shoe-in for Best Picture (the “guilt card” is bulletproof), it would have won that, too. Or do you simply have a problem with a woman– and a woman over forty, at that– carrying a film pretty much all on her lonesome?

      • Alan says:

        Sal U. Lloyd, I don’t think 12 years was heavy-handed. Benedict Cumberbatch’s character was a “nice” man. He seemed emotionally and mentally balanced.. and yet he went along with and benefitted from owning and working slaves. His character portrayed what I think you’re talking about – that even when normal people are doing normal things – if there is something seriously wrong with the society and what is taking place in it, it’s not good to accept it or go along with it even if it is “acceptable” to your neighbours and in your community/society.. even if it is an “institution”. As for the violence and sadism.. I believe this would have been quite prevalent towards slaves. Situations where people are dehumanised and have power over them leads to poor treatment. You can see it in situations that are happening today.

        Also, the film was based on a book which is a real life story. Epps (the most obviously cruel plantation owner, played by Michael Fassbender) was a real person and is spoken of in the community.

      • Gabe says:

        If that’s the case then would you argue that Will Smith should have won in “I Am Legend”?

      • PJ Lenny says:

        Don’t underestimate the sound of silence. They nailed it.

      • Sal U. Lloyd says:

        Bullock was better here than in THE BLIND SIDE, but the special visual and sound effects, along with Cuaron’s direction carried that film. I was also very pleased with the original music score.

        As for 12 YEARS, it was heavy-handed. Slavery was a socio-economic “institution” at the time, this movies portrays all the whites as emotionally or mentally unbalanced. The truth is even normal no-violent people believed in slavery because it was part of their plantation culture.

      • jckfmsincty says:

        The “guilt card”? Maybe, a happy movie about slavery in America would be more to your liking?

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