It’s a good year for Fox Searchlight, which scored the most Oscar nominations with the two top-nominated films: “Birdman” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” which boast 9 noms each.

Fox Searchlight received two more nominations for “Wild,” bringing its total up to 20. Following it in second place is Sony Pictures Classics, with five each nominations for both “Foxcatcher” and “Whiplash,” as well as nods for “Mr. Turner,” Russian film “Leviathan,” “The Salt of the Earth,” “Still Alice” and the Argentinian “Wild Tales.”

In third place is Warner Bros., which got a big boost from six-time-nominated “American Sniper,” with 11 total. Following Warners is the Weinstein Company with nine and Paramount and Disney with 7 each.

After “Birdman” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” the top films are “The Imitation Game” with eight noms and “American Sniper” and “Boyhood” with six each.

See the film scorecard, including only those with multiple nominations, below:

“Birdman”: 9
“The Grand Budapest Hotel”: 9
“The Imitation Game”: 8
“American Sniper”: 6
“Boyhood”: 6
“Foxcatcher”: 5
“Interstellar”: 5
“The Theory of Everything”: 5
“Whiplash”: 5
“Mr. Turner”: 4
“Into the Woods”: 3
“Unbroken”: 3
“Guardians of the Galaxy”: 2
“Ida”: 2
“Inherent Vice”: 2
“Selma”: 2
“Wild”: 2

See the full studio scorecard below (studios with more than one nomination):

Fox Searchlight: 20
Sony Pictures Classics: 18
Warner Bros.: 11
Weinstein Company: 9
Paramount: 7
Walt Disney: 7
Focus Features: 6
IFC Films: 6
20th Century Fox: 4
Music Box Films: 3
Universal: 3
Sundance Selects: 2