Oscar Nominations 2017: The Complete List Is Here!


The nominations for the Academy Awards 2017 have been announced.

Shortly after 1pm, a revamped ceremony revealed which filmmakers, actors and movies will be in with a chance of landing an Oscar this year. 

This year's nominations are the result of a re-vamped academy membership and will see a brand new nominations announcement. 

For the first time in history, the nominations won't be announced at a press conference attended by members of the entertainment media. Instead, Academy officials are bypassing the opportunity for journalists' questions and revealing the nominees in a global web broadcast on the Oscars' website.

Nominations - who has what?

This year’s nominations are led by the musical La La Land, whose 14 nominations tie it for the record for most nominations for a single film, currently held by 1997’s Titanic and 1950’s All About Eve. It’s followed by sci-fi drama Arrival and the sensitive coming-of-age story Moonlight, both with eight nominations. War film Hacksaw Ridge, “based on a true story” drama Lion, and the grief-stricken Manchester by the Sea have six nominations a piece. Here is the full list of movies with the most nominations:

  • La La Land - 14

  • Arrival - 8

  • Moonlight - 8

  • Hacksaw Ridge - 6

  • Lion - 6 

  • Manchester by the Sea - 6

  • Fences - 4

  • Hell or High Water - 4

The predictions came true: half-way through the nominations announcement, and La La Land has already racked up eight nominations, with two in the 'Best Original Song' category.

The complete list of 2017 Oscar nominees is below.

Best picture

  • Arrival

  • Fences

  • Hacksaw Ridge

  • Hell Or High Water

  • Hidden Figures

  • La La Land

  • Lion

  • Manchester By The Sea

  • Moonlight

Best actress

  • Isabelle Huppert - Elle

  • Ruth Negga - Loving

  • Natalie Portman - Jackie

  • Emma Stone - La La Land

  • Meryl Streep - Florence Foster Jenkins

Best actor

  • Casey Affleck - Manchester By The Sea

  • Andrew Garfield - Hacksaw Ridge

  • Ryan Gosling - La La Land

  • Viggo Mortensen - Captain Fantastic

  • Denzel Washington - Fences

Best director

  • Denis Villeneuve - Arrival

  • Mel Gibson - Hacksaw Ridge

  • Damien Chazelle - La La Land

  • Kenneth Lonergan - Manchester By The Sea

  • Barry Jenkins -  Moonlight

Best supporting actress

  • Viola Davis - Fences

  • Naomie Harris - Moonlight

  • Nicole Kidman - Lion

  • Octavia Spencer - Hidden Figures

  • Michelle Williams - Manchester By The Sea

Best supporting actor

  • Mahershala Ali - Moonlight

  • Jeff Bridges - Hell or High Water

  • Lucas Hedges - Manchester By The Sea

  • Dev Patel - Lion

  • Michael Shannon - Nocturnal Animals

Best cinematography

  • Arrival

  • La La Land

  • Lion

  • Moonlight

  • Silence

Best costume design

  • Allied

  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

  • Florence Foster Jenkins

  • Jackie

  • La La Land

Best animated feature

  • Kubo and the Two Strings

  • Moana

  • My Life as a Zucchini

  • The Red Turtle

  • Zootopia

Best foreign film

  • A Man Called Ove (Sweden)

  • Land of Mine (Denmark) 

  • The Salesman (Iran) 

  • Tanna (Australia) 

  • Toni Erdmann (Germany)

Best song

  • La La Land - Audition

  • La La Land - City of Stars

  • Moana - How Far I'll Go

  • Jim: The James Foley Story - The Empty Chair

  • Trolls - Can't Stop the Feeling

Best sound mixing

  • Arrival

  • Hacksaw Ridge

  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

  • 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

  • La La Land

Best production design

  • Arrival

  • Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them

  • Hail, Caesar!

  • La La Land

  • Passengers

Best documentary feature

  • Fire at Sea

  • I Am Not Your Negro

  • Life, Animated

  • 13th

  • OJ: Made in America

Best documentary short

  • Extremis

  • 4.1 Miles

  • Joe's Violin

  • Watani: My Homeland

  • The White Helmets

Best animated short

  • Blind Vaysha

  • Borrowed Time

  • Pear Cider and Cigarettes

  • Pearl

  • Piper

Best live action short

  • Ennemis Interieurs

  • La Femme et le TGV

  • Silent Nights

  • Sing

  • Timecode

Other details about the ceremony night:

The academy entrusted its previous ceremony to the producers Reginald Hudlin and David Hill, who brought in Chris Rock to scold Hollywood on diversity and created a cable-news-style scrawl in an ill-advised attempt to make acceptance speeches more interesting. Ratings dropped, and ABC, which broadcasts the ceremony and charges $2 million for a 30-second commercial, moved to take a firmer hand in this year’s telecast. Jimmy Kimmel, who anchors ABC’s late-night programming block, was selected as host.

The Oscars will be broadcast on Feb. 26.

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