10 BEST FILM NOMINEES FOR 2021 WILL BE:

West Side Story

Warner Brothers will triumph with both “Dune” and “King Richard” while Apple Original Films will also make their mark with “CODA” and “The Tragedy of Macbeth” (the latter in partnership with A24). Netflix will also have a good year with both “Tick, Tick…Boom!” and “The Power of the Dog”. The remaining four spots will be divided four ways as follows: Universal for “Belfast” (through it’s division Focus Features), MGM/United Artists Releasing for “Licorice Pizza”, NEON for “Spencer” and Disney for “West Side Story” (through its division 20th Century Studious)

Then there are no less then five Foreign Language (International) Films banging at the door with two by NEON – having a VERY good year – “Flee“ and “The Worst Person in the World”. Amazon Studios with “A Hero”, Janus Films with “Drive My Car” and Sony Pictures Classics with “Parallel Mothers”. All five of these films are also highly competitive in the Best Director and Best Screenplay categories, four are competing in the Best International Film category while “Flee” is also a major contender in the Best Documentary and Best Animated Film categories

AND THE NOMINEES FOR BEST FILM WILL BE:

Belfast (Universal Pictures/Focus Features)

CODA (Apple Original Films)

Dune (Warner Bros. Pictures)

King Richard (Warner Bros. Pictures)

Licorice Pizza

Licorice Pizza (MGM/United Artists Releasing)

Kodi Smit-McPhee

The Power of the Dog (Netflix)

Spencer (NEON)

Andrew Garfield

Tick, Tick…Boom! (Netflix)

The Tragedy of Macbeth (Apple Original Films/A24)

West Side Story (Disney/20th Century Pictures/)

AND FIVE ADDITIONAL CONTENDERS:

Drive My Car

Drive My Car (Janus Films)

Flee

Flee (NEON)

Best Film

A Hero (Amazon Studios)

Best Actress

Parallel Mothers (Sony Pictures Classics)

The Worst Person in the World

The Worst Person in the World (NEON)

 
 

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