Oscar Nominations 2017 – LA LA LAND dominates

It’s that time of year again; the Oscar nominations! ‘La La Land’ leads the way with a whopping 14 nominations, making it the most Oscar nominated musical of all time, Meryl Streep breaks records with her 20th nomination, and Irish film scooped three nominations; Ruth Negga for her role in ‘Loving’, Consolata Boyle for her costume design on ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’ and Colin Farrell film ‘The Lobster’ – co-produced by Irish production company Element Pictures – was nominated for Best Original Screenplay.

Keep reading for the full list of nominees for the 2017 Oscars…

Best Picture
‘Hacksaw Ridge’
‘Hell or High Water’
‘La La Land’
‘Manchester by the Sea’

Best Director
Denis Villeneuve – ‘Arrival’
Mel Gibson – ‘Hacksaw Ridge’
Damien Chazelle – ‘La La Land’
Kenneth Lonergan – ‘Manchester by the Sea’
Barry Jenkins – ‘Moonlight’

Actor in a Leading Role
Casey Affleck – ‘Manchester by the Sea’
Andrew Garfield – ‘Hacksaw Ridge’
Ryan Gosling – ‘La La Land’
Viggo Mortensen – ‘Captain Fantastic’
Denzel Washington – ‘Fences’

Actress in a Leading Role
Isabelle Huppert – ‘Elle’
Ruth Negga – ‘Loving’
Natalie Portman – ‘Jackie’
Meryl Streep, ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’
Emma Stone – ‘La La Land’

Actress in a Supporting Role
Viola Davis – ‘Fences’
Naomie Harris – ‘Moonlight’
Nicole Kidman – ‘Lion’
Octavia Spencer – ‘Hidden Figures’
Michelle Williams – ‘Manchester by the Sea’

Actor in a Supporting Role
Mahershala Ali – ‘Moonlight’
Jeff Bridges – ‘Hell or High Water’
Lucas Hedges – ‘Manchester by the Sea’
Dev Patel, – ‘Lion’
Michael Shannon – ‘Nocturnal Animals’

Animated Feature Film
‘Kubo and the Two Strings’
‘My Life as a Courgette’
‘The Red Turtle’

Adapted Screenplay
‘Lion,’ by Luke Davis
‘Arrival,’ by Eric Heisserer
‘Moonlight,’ by Barry Jenkins
‘Hidden Figures,’ by Theodore Melfi and Allison Schroeder
‘Fences,’ by August Wilson

 Original Screenplay
‘Manchester by the Sea,’ by Kenneth Lonergan,
‘Hell or High Water,’ by Taylor Sheridan
‘La La Land,’ by Damien Chazelle
‘20th Century Women’ by Mike Mills
‘The Lobster,’ by Efthymis Filippou and Yorgos Lanthimos

Foreign Language film
‘Land of Mine’ [Denmark]
‘A Man Called Ove’ [Sweden]
‘The Salesman’ [Iran]
‘Tanna’ [Australia]
‘Toni Erdmann’ [Germany]

‘La La Land’

Documentary Feature
‘Fire at Sea’
‘I am Not Your Negro’
‘Life Animated’
‘OJ: Made in America’

Documentary Short
‘4.1 miles’
‘Joe’s Violins’
‘Watani: My Homeland’
‘The White Helmets’

Sound Editing
‘Deepwater Horizon’
‘Hacksaw Ridge’
‘La La Land’

Sound Mixing
‘Hacksaw Ridge’
‘La La Land’
‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’
‘13 Hours’

Original Song
‘City of Stars’ (‘La La Land’)
‘How Far I’ll Go’ (‘Moana’)
‘Audition (The Fools Who Dream)’ (‘La La Land’)
‘The Empty Chair’ (‘Jim’)
‘Can’t Stop the Feeling!’ (‘Trolls’)

Visual Effects
‘The Jungle Book’
‘Doctor Strange’
‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’
‘Deepwater Horizon’
‘Kubo and the Two Strings’

Makeup and Hair Styling
‘A Man Called Ove’
‘Star Trek Beyond’
‘Suicide Squad’

Costume Design
Mary Zophres, ‘La La Land’
Madeline Fontaine, ‘Jackie’
Consolata Boyle, ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’
Colleen Atwood, ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’
Joanna Johnston, ‘Allied’

Animated Short Film
‘Blind Vashya’
‘Borrowed Time’
‘Pear Cider and Cigarettess’

Film Editing
‘Hell or High Water’
‘Hacksaw Ridge’
‘La La Land’

The 2017 Oscars take place on February 26th 2017