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Oscars 2022: full list of nominees

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The Academy has officially spoken.

After another year of unforgettable blockbuster movies, the list of nominations for the 94th Academy Awards is officially here—and we have all of the details about who could be accepting the statues for one of Hollywood’s biggest nights.

On Feb. 8, actors Tracee Ellis Ross and Leslie Jordan were on hand to announce this year’s lucky list of recipients, their (highly entertaining!) broadcast airing live from several of the Academy’s social media platforms.

As a refresher, a few of last year’s winners made history, including Daniel Kaluuya, who became the seventh-youngest winner of an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor thanks to his role in Judas and the Black Messiah, and Anthony Hopkins—the then-83-year-old becoming the eldest to hold the trophy with his Best Actor win for his role in The Father.

So, it’s no wonder that fans have been on the edge of their seats for the list of this year’s stars and movies that left us wanting more throughout 2021.

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For this year’s big night, the Oscars will take center stage at their home at Hollywood’s Dolby Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 27. Viewers can tune in to the ceremony on ABC starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

See the nominees below.

Best Actress in A Supporting Role

Jessie Buckley, The Lost Daughter

Ariana DeBose, West Side Story

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Judi Dench, Belfast

Kirsten Dunst, The Power of the Dog

Aunjanue Ellis, King Richard

Niko Tavernise

Best Costume Design

Jenny BeavanCruella

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Massimo Cantini Parrini and Jacqueline Durran, Cyrano

Jacqueline West and Robert MorganDune

Luis SequeiraNightmare Alley

Paul Tazewell, West Side Story

Best Sound

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Belfast 

Dune

No Time to Die

The Power of the Dog

West Side Story

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Best Score

Don’t Look Up

Dune

Encanto

Parallel Mothers

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The Power of the Dog

 

Best Adapted Screenplay

Coda

Drive My Car

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Dune

The Lost Daughter

The Power of the Dog

Best Original Screenplay

Belfast

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Don’t Look Up

King Richard 

Licorice Pizza

The Worst Person in the World

Best Animated Short Film

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Affairs of the Art

Bestia

Boxballet

Robin Robin

The Windshield Wiper

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Best Live Action Short Film

Ala Kachuu-Take and Run

The Dress

The Long Goodbye

On My Mind

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Please Hold

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Ciaran HindsBelfast

Troy KotsurCoda

Jesse Plemons, The Power of the Dog

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J.K. Simmons, Being the Ricardos

Kodi Smit-McPheeThe Power of the Dog

Best Film Editing

Don’t Look Up

Dune

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King Richard

The Power of the Dog

Tick, Tick…Boom!

Best Makeup and Hairstyling

Coming 2 America

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Cruella

Dune

The Eyes of Tammy Faye

House of Gucci

Best Animated Feature Film

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Encanto

Flee

Luca

The Mitchells vs. The Machines

Raya and the Last Dragon

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Best Original Song

“Be Alive,” King Richard

“Dos Oruguitas,” Encanto

“Down to Joy,” Belfast

“No Time to Die,” No Time to Die

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“Somehow You Do,” Four Good Days

Best Documentary Feature

Ascension

Attica

Flee

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Summer of Soul (…Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Writing With Fire

 

Best Visual Effects

Dune

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Free Guy

No Time to Die

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Best Production Design

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Dune

Nightmare Alley

The Power of the Dog

The Tragedy of Macbeth

West Side Story

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Best International Feature Film

Drive My Car

Flee

The Hand of God

Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom

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The Worst Person in the World

Best Actor in a Leading Role

Javier BardemBeing the Ricardos

Benedict Cumberbatch, The Power of the Dog

Andrew GarfieldTick, Tick…Boom!

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Will Smith, King Richard

Denzel Washington, The Tragedy of Macbeth

Best Actress in a Leading Role

Jessica ChastainThe Eyes of Tammy Faye

Olivia ColmanThe Lost Daughter

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Penelope CruzParallel Mothers

Nicole KidmanBeing the Ricardos

Kristen StewartSpencer

Best Director

Kenneth BranaghBelfast

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Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Drive My Car

Paul Thomas Anderson, Licorice Pizza

Jane CampionThe Power of the Dog

Steven SpielbergWest Side Story

Best Picture

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Belfast

Coda

Don’t Look Up

Drive My Car

Dune

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King Richard

Licorice Pizza

Nightmare Alley

The Power of the Dog

West Side Story

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The 77th Festival de Cannes winners’ list

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After 11 days of an exceptional edition, the Jury of the 77th Festival de Cannes, chaired by American director, screenwriter and actress Greta Gerwig, surrounded by Turkish screenwriter and photographer Ebru Ceylan, American actress Lily Gladstone, French actress Eva Green, Lebanese director and screenwriter Nadine Labaki, as well as Spanish director and screenwriter Juan Antonio Bayona, Italian actor Pierfrancesco Favino, Japanese director Kore-eda Hirokazu and French actor and producer Omar Sy, presented its winners’ list among the 22 films presented in Competition this year.

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Sean Kingston, mother arrested after singer’s Florida mansion raided

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Singer Sean Kingston has been arrested in California, hours after a police raid of his Florida mansion, during which his mother was also arrested. (more…)

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The winners of the 27th La Cinef Selection

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La Cinef Selection

The Short Films and La Cinef Jury presided by Lubna Azabal and comprised of Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar, Paolo Moretti, Claudine Nougaret and Vladimir Perišić has awarded the 2024 La Cinef Prizes today during a ceremony held in the Buñuel Theatre, followed by the screening of the winning films. La Cinef consisted of 18 student films, chosen out of 2 263 entries coming from 555 film schools around the world.

First Prize

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Chidananda S Naik
FTII, Pune, India

Joint Second Prize

OUT THE WINDOW THROUGH THE WALL
Asya Segalovich
Columbia University, United States

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THE CHAOS SHE LEFT BEHIND
Nikos Kolioukos
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Third Prize

BUNNYHOOD 
Mansi Maheshwari
NFTS, United Kingdom

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The Festival de Cannes allocates a €15,000 grant for the First Prize, €11,250 for the Second and €7,500 for the Third.

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Rerun in Paris

The awarded films will be screened at the Cinéma du Panthéon on June 3 and at the MK2 Quai de Seine on June 4.

More information about the rerun of films on the website of the Festival de Cannes next week

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Award for Best Immersive Work of the 77th Festival de Cannes

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Today at the Plage des Palmes, the Jury of the Immersive Competition of the 77th Festival de Cannes awarded the prize for Best Immersive Work, presenting one winner among the 8 in-competition virtual reality, augmented reality, video projection and holographic works.

The Jury, chaired by French filmmaker and screenwriter Marie Amachoukeli, included French writer, director and producer Mathias Chelebourg, American producer, writer, and director Vassiliki Khonsari, Israeli filmmaker Uri Kranot, and New Zealand and American filmmaker Raqi Syed.

The Award was presented to Colored created by Tania de Montaigne, Stéphane Foenkinos, Pierre-Alain Giraud.

For its inaugural year, more than 3000 tickets were booked by Festival attendees to experience this new movement taking place at the 77th Festival de Cannes.

The selected works – En amour, Evolver, Human Violins: Prelude, Maya: the Birth of a superhero, Noire, TELOS I, The Roaming and Traversing the Mist – each used a variety of technologies and techniques to pave the way for new methods of storytelling.

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“With the Immersive Competition, the Festival de Cannes is showcasing a new art form that draws in part on the heritage of cinema. This approach is in line with our desire to explore new stories and new experiences. This is not the first time the Festival de Cannes has exhibited an immersive work. In 2017, Alejandro González Iñárritu‘s Carne y Arena was presented in the Official Selection, and it was a great success. Today the medium is more mature and we’re once again pioneering our approach, offering immersive art pride of place at the Festival, with a selection of 8 works in competition and an awards ceremony hosted by an international jury,’ says Thierry Frémaux, General Delegate of the Festival de Cannes.

“The Immersive Competition is a continuation of the original values of the Festival, exploring new stories with the new tools available,” says Elie Levasseur, Immersive Competition Project Director.

 

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The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill takes No. 1 spot on Apple Music’s 100 Best list

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The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill takes No. 1 spot on Apple Music's 100 Best list

Apple Music’s 100 Best Albums list culminates today with the much-anticipated reveal of the top 10 albums of all time and The Miseducation of Lauryn Hillcrowned No. 1.

Upon receiving the news, Lauryn Hill told Apple Music, “This is my award, but it’s a rich, deep narrative, and involves so many people, and so much sacrifice, and so much time, and so much collective love.”

10. Lemonade (2016), Beyoncé
Beyoncé’s genre-obliterating blockbuster sixth album is furious, defiant, anguished, vulnerable, experimental, muscular, triumphant, humorous, and brave — a vivid personal statement, released without warning in a time of public scrutiny and private suffering. Every second of Lemonade deserves to be studied and celebrated.

9. Nevermind (1991), Nirvana 
Nevermind and its opening salvo “Smells Like Teen Spirit” didn’t just mark an unlikely breakthrough for the Seattle trio, it upended popular culture in ways never before and never since. Punk became pop, grunge became global vernacular, industry walls broke into rubble, and lead vocalist Kurt Cobain was anointed the reluctant voice of a generation in need of catharsis — all seemingly overnight.

8. Back to Black (2006), Amy Winehouse
Amy Winehouse’s presentation and otherworldly, timeless vocals make her music feel different — not so much an attempt to re-create the past as to honor the music she loved while still being true to the trash-talking, self-effacing millennial she was. The sound of Back to Black might appeal to retro-soul fans and jazz classicists, but the attitude is closer to rap. Yes, she was funny. But she wasn’t kidding.

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7. good kid, m.A.A.d city (2012), Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar’s sophomore album good kid, m.A.A.d city is one of the defining hip-hop records of the 21st century. West Coast hip-hop elders like Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre anointed Lamar to carry on the legacy of gangsta rap, and the legacy of this album is a crucial example of American storytelling that established the future Pulitzer Prize winner as perhaps his generation’s most accomplished writer.

6. Songs in the Key of Life (1976), Stevie Wonder
In 1974, Stevie Wonder was the most critically revered pop star in the world; he was also considering leaving the music industry altogether. So when Songs in the Key of Life was released two years later, demand was so high that it became, at the time, the fastest-selling album in history. The album, which runs nearly 90 minutes, is effortlessly melodic, broad in scope, and deeply personal. Sonically, culturally, and emotionally, Songs in the Key of Life is much more than a gigantic collection of songs — it forms an entire worldview.

5. Blonde (2016), Frank Ocean
Though Blonde packs 17 tracks into one quick hour, it’s a sprawling palette of ideas, a testament to the intelligence of flying one’s own artistic freak flag and trusting that audiences will meet them where they’re at. They did. And Ocean established himself as a generational artist uniquely suited to the complexities and convulsive changes of the second decade of the 21st century.

4. Purple Rain (1984), Prince & The Revolution
With half its track list comprising top 10 singles, this soundtrack is what truly turned Prince Rogers Nelson into one of the most instantly recognizable and distinctive pop artists ever. Prince often drew comparisons to Jimi Hendrix for the way he mixed music that felt Black and white, sacred and profane. The reality is that he had no precedent then and no comparison now.

3. Abbey Road (1969), The Beatles
The Beatles’ Abbey Road is an ageless, unmatched collection of songs by a world-changing band at their creative peak. The band’s 11th and penultimate album sounds like nothing more or less than four extremely gifted humans playing one indelible song after another in the same room together.

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2. Thriller (1982), Michael Jackson
There are few pop albums, or even works of art, that denote a wholesale shift in time and space the way Michael Jackson’s Thriller did in 1982. It did nothing less than define the modern pop blockbuster and redefine the scope and reach of music. Seven of its nine original cuts were top 10 singles, and it became one of the bestselling albums ever made.

1. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (1998), Lauryn Hill
Lauryn Hill’s debut — and only — solo studio album was a seismic event in 1998: a stunningly raw, profound look into the spiritual landscape not just of one of the era’s biggest stars, but of the era itself. She was, and remains, a once-in-a-generation talent whose inspiration and innovation can be heard through the decades. Artists exhaust long discographies hoping for a cohesive piece of work resonant enough to reshape culture and inscribe its creator into the pantheon; Lauryn Hill did it in one.

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Iran’s president and foreign minister killed in helicopter crash

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Iran president and foreign minister killed in helicopter crash

Iran’s President, Ebrahim Raisi, has been killed in a helicopter crash in a mountainous area of north-western Iran, the country’s state media has said.

He was travelling with Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian who also died after the aircraft came down on Sunday.
It was initially reported that the helicopter carrying the men and their entourage had made a rough landing in foggy conditions.

Mr Raisi, 63, was tipped as a potential successor to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

The helicopter came down in a remote area of north-western Iran on the way back from Azerbaijan where Mr Raisi had been meeting President Ilham Aliyev.

On Monday, the Iranian Red Crescent confirmed the bodies of the president and others who died in the crash had been recovered and search operations had ended.
“We are in the process of transferring the bodies of the martyrs to Tabriz [in Iran’s northwest],” the organisation’s chief said on state television.
According to local media he had been in the area to open the Qiz Qalasi and Khodaafarin dams.
Ahead of the confirmation of the death, vigils had taken place in the capital, Tehran, with pictures showing people kneeling in prayer.

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Mr Raisi, 63, was a hard-line cleric close to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and was considered to be a potential successor to the 85-year-old.

His election as president in 2021 consolidated the control of conservatives over every part of the Islamic Republic.
In a statement following his death, the Iranian government said it would continue to operate “without disruption”.
A number of countries have expressed their condolences following President Raisi’s death.

In Pakistan, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif announced a national day of mourning and described the Mr Raisi and Mr Amir-Abdollahian as “good friends of Iran”.

Writing on social media, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he was “deeply saddened and shocked” by the deaths.
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his government was “in full contact and co-ordination with the Iranian authorities” and was ready to “provide any necessary support”.

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov expressed his condolences and said the president and foreign minister were “true, reliable friends of our country”.

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