All the nominees for the Oscar Awards 2022 | Oscar Awards 2022


The Dolby Theater in Los Angeles is preparing to dress again in its best clothes. This Tuesday, the Academy announces its nominees to win the statuettes in an edition for which the big premieres have returned to theaters. After an edition that went more unnoticed due to the conditions of the coronavirus, and some Golden Globes that have gone less due to their scandals, the Oscars return with the intention of returning to the old normality.

In addition, films and filmmakers from beyond the borders of Hollywood are gaining more and more presence. the good boss can compete for the statuette for best international film, as well as Javier Bardem for best actor, for his leading role in be the Ricardosor Penélope Cruz for best actress for her role in parallel mothers, with which he also won the Volpi Cup in Venice.

Best film

Belfast

coda

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don’t look up

Drive My Car

dunes

Williams method

Licorice Pizza

the alley of lost souls

the power of the dog

West Side Story

best direction

Kenneth Branagh, for Belfast

Ryūsuke Hamaguchi, for Drive My Car

Paul Thomas Anderson, for Licorice Pizza

Jane Champion, for the power of the dog

Steven Spielberg for West Side Story

best Actor

Javier Bardem, for be the Ricardos

Benedict Cumberbatch, for the power of the dog

Andrew Gardfield, with Tick, tick… Boom!

Will Smith, for Williams method

Denzel Washington, for The tragedy of Macbeth

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Best actress

Jessica Chastain, for Tammy Faye’s eyes

Olivia Coleman, for the dark daughter

Penelope Cruz for Parallel Mothers

Nicole Kidman, for be the Ricardos

Kristen Stewart, for spencer

Best Supporting Actor

Cirian Hinds, for Belfast

Jesse Plemons, for the power of the dog

Troy Kotsur, for CODA

JK Simmons, for be the Ricardos

Kodi Smit-McPhee, for the power of the dog

Best Supporting Actress

Jessie Buckley, for the dark daughter

Ariana DeBose, for West Side Story

Judi Dench, for Belfast

Kirsten Dunst, for the power of the dog

Aunjanue Ellis, for Williams method

best international film

Drive My Car (Japan)

flee (Denmark)

The hand of God (Italy)

lunana (Bhutan)

the worst person in the world (Norway)

Best Original Screenplay

Belfast

don’t look up

Williams method

Licorice Pizza

the worst person in the world

Best Adapted Screenplay

coda

Drive My Car

dunes

the power of the dog

the dark daughter

Best Animated Feature Film

Charm

Luca

flee

Raya and the last dragon

The Mitchells vs. the Machines

Best Documentary Feature

Ascension

Attica

flee

Summer of Soul

Writing With Fire

best soundtrack

don’t look up

dunes

Charm

parallel mothers

the power of the dog

best photography

dunes

the alley of lost souls

the power of the dog

The tragedy of Macbeth

West Side Story

better sound

Belfast

dunes

no time to die

the power of the dog

West Side Story

Best song

be alive, from Williams method

two caterpillars, from Charm

down to joy, from Belfast

no time to die, from no time to die

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Somehow You Do, from Four Good Days

Best Production Design

dunes

the alley of lost souls

the power of the dog

The tragedy of Macbeth

West Side Story

Best Costume Design

cruel

Cyrano

dunes

the alley of lost souls

West Side Story

best montage

don’t look up

dunes

Williams method

the power of the dog

Tick, tick… Boom!

Best hair and makeup

Coming 2 America

cruel

dunes

Tammy Faye’s eyes

the gucci house

Better visual effects

dunes

no time to die

Spider-Man: No Way Home

FreeGuy

Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings

Best animated short

Affairs of the Art

Beast

robin robin

boxballet

The Windhouse Wiper

Best fiction short

Ala kachuu – Take and run

The Dress

The Long Goodbye

On My Mind

please hold

Best Documentary Short

Audible

Lead me Home

The Queen of Basketball

Three Songs for Benazir

When We Were Bullies


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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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