×
You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

Academy Awards nominations scorecard

A tally of multi-nominated films

Main story | Nominees list | Reactions | Scorecard | Gallery | Oscar observations | Did 10 noms add up? | Oscar push for pics | Award Central

Popular on Variety

FILMS WITH MULTIPLE NOMINATIONS
“Avatar” 9   Art direction
Cinematography
Directing
Film editing
Original score
Best picture
Sound editing
Sound mixing
Visual effects
“The Hurt Locker 9 Jeremy Renner – actor
Cinematography
Directing
Film editing
Original score
Best picture
Sound editing
Sound mixing
Original screenplay
“Inglourious Basterds” 8 Christoph Waltz – supporting actor
Cinematography
Directing
Film editing
Best picture
Sound editing
Sound mixing
Original screenplay
“Precious: Based on the Novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire” 6 Gabourey Sidibe – best actress
Mo’Nique – best supporting actress
Directing
Film editing
Best picture
Adapted screenplay
“Up in the Air” 6 George Clooney – best actor
Vera Farmiga – best supporting actress
Anna Kendrick – best supporting actress
Directing
Best picture
Adapted screenplay
“Up” 5 Best animated feature film
Original score
Best picture
Sound editing
Original screenplay
“District 9” 4 Film editing
Best picture
Visual effects
Adapted screenplay
“Nine” 4 Penélope Cruz – supporting actress
Art direction
Costume design
Original song – “Take It All”
“Star Trek” 4 Makeup
Sound editing
Sound mixing
Visual effects
“Crazy Heart” 3 Jeff Bridges – best actor
Maggie Gyllenhaal – best supporting actress
Original song – “The Weary Kind (Theme from “Crazy Heart”)”
“An Education” 3 Carey Mulligan – best actress
Best picture
Adapted screenplay

“The Princess and the Frog” 3 Best animated feature film
Original song – “Almost There”
Original song – “Down in New Orleans”

“The Young Victoria” 3 Art direction
Costume design
Makeup

“The Blind Side” 2 Sandra Bullock – best actress
Best picture

“Fantastic Mr. Fox” 2 Best animated feature film
Original score

“The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus” 2 Art direction
Costume design

“Invictus” 2 Morgan Freeman – best supporting actor
Matt Damon – best supporting actor

“The Last Station” 2 Christopher Plummer – best supporting actor
Helen Mirren – best actress

“The Messenger” 2 Woody Harrelson – best supporting actor
Original screenplay

“A Serious Man” 2 Best picture
Original screenplay

“Sherlock Holmes” 2 Art direction
Original score

“The White Ribbon” 2 Cinematography
Best foreign language film (Germany)

 
 

More Film

  • FAMILIAR FACE -- In Walt Disney

    Box Office: 'Frozen 2' Remains Victorious, 'Playmobil' Bombs

    “Frozen 2” dominated box office charts for the third weekend in a row as Disney’s animated sequel scored another $34.7 million in North America. Those ticket sales, a 60% decline from its massive Thanksgiving haul, boost its domestic tally to $337 million. “Frozen 2” earned $130 million in its inaugural outing and another $123 million [...]

  • Macao Project Market Participants

    ‘Dear Wormwood’ Claims Macao Project Market Prize

    Philippines director Dodo Dayao’s supernatural horror project “Dear Wormwood” claimed the top prize on Sunday at the IFFAM Project Market, part of the ongoing International Film Festival & Awards Macao. “Wormwood” is a tale of five women living together in a remote house in the forest, where a mystery illness strikes one of the quintet, [...]

  • International Film Festival and Awards Macao

    Macao Industry Debate: Streaming Not Done Reshaping Indie Film Business

    New viewing habits brought on by the rise of streaming have hastened the demise of the mid-budget American indie, changed the very definition of arthouse cinema, and shaken the indie distribution business. But theatrical is still here to stay, attendees of the Macao International Film Festival’s closed-door industry panels concluded Saturday. Panelists gathered to discuss [...]

  • Arab and African Filmmakers Are Increasingly

    Arab and African Filmmakers Are Increasingly Focusing on Genre Films and Series

    2019 has been an excellent year for films from Africa and the Middle East, with a higher presence in A-list festivals, and kudos for films such as Mati Diop’s “Atlantics,” which won the Grand Prix at Cannes. The “new wave” of Arab and African cinema includes a small group of films that explore links with [...]

  • Producer Said Hamich on 'Zanka Contact,'

    Producer Said Hamich on Atlas Workshop Winner 'Zanka Contact,' Upcoming Projects

    Two projects from Franco-Moroccan producer Saïd Hamich won big at the Marrakech Film Festival’s Atlas Workshop this year, with the upcoming Kamal Lazraq-directed feature “Les Meutes” nabbing a development prize and the recently wrapped “Zanka Contact” winning an $11,000 post-production grant. “Zanka Contact” director Ismaël El Iraki was on-hand to present 10 minutes of footage, [...]

  • Major Film Festivals Are Becoming Key

    Major Film Festivals Are Becoming Key in Promoting Films From the Arab World, Africa

    Looking back at the lineups of key festivals such as Cannes and Venice this year, 2019 stands out as a banner year for movies from the African continent and the Arab world. During a panel hosted at the Netflix-sponsored industry event Atlas Workshops during the Marrakech Film Festival, Rémi Bonhomme, who works at Cannes’ Critics’ [...]

  • Robert RedfordRobert Redford tribute, 18th Marrakech

    Robert Redford Talks About Potential Next Film, U.S. Politics, Life Philosophy

    During a 90-minute onstage conversation at the Marrakech Film Festival, where he received an honorary tribute, Robert Redford spoke about his life-long quest for truth and freedom, and his political engagement through films, as well as a long-gestating project he’s considering producing, despite having announced his retirement. When he has spoken about the project, “109 [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content