For Your Consideration 2017: Warner Bros. Pictures


BLADE RUNNER 2049 || From director Denis Villeneuve comes “Blade Runner 2049.” Blade runner, LAPD Officer K, unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard, a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.

BEST PICTURE

ANDREW A. KOSOVE

BRODERICK JOHNSON

CYNTHIA SIKES YORKIN

BEST DIRECTOR

DENIS VILLENEUVE

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

HAMPTON FANCHER

and MICHAEL GREEN
Story by

HAMPTON FANCHER

BEST ACTOR

RYAN GOSLING

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

HARRISON FORD

JARED LETO

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

ANA de ARMAS

SYLVIA HOEKS

ROBIN WRIGHT

MACKENZIE DAVIS

CARLA JURI

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

ROGER A. DEAKINS, ASC, BSC

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Production Designer

DENNIS GASSNER

Set Decorator

ALESSANDRA QUERZOLA

BEST FILM EDITING

JOE WALKER, ACE

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

RENÉE APRIL

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Visual Effects Supervisors

JOHN NELSON

PAUL LAMBERT

RICHARD R. HOOVER

Special Effects Supervisor

GERD NEFZER

BEST SOUND MIXING
Production Sound Mixer

MAC RUTH

Re-Recording Mixers

RON BARTLETT

DOUG HEMPHILL

BEST SOUND EDITING
Supervising Sound Editor

MARK MANGINI

Sound Designer

THEO GREEN

BEST MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING
Head of Department Make-Up Designer

DONALD MOWAT

Hair Designer

KERRY WARN

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

BENJAMIN WALLFISCH

HANS ZIMMER


DUNKIRK || From director, writer, producer Christopher Nolan, “Dunkirk” opens as hundreds of thousands of British and Allied troops are surrounded by enemy forces. Trapped on the beach with their backs to the sea and home almost within sight, they face an impossible situation as the enemy closes in. The story unfolds on land, sea and air. RAF Spitfires engage the enemy in the skies above the Channel, trying to protect the defenseless troops below. Meanwhile, hundreds of small boats manned by both civilians and military mount a desperate rescue effort, risking their lives in a race against time to save even a fraction of their army. When 400,000 men couldn’t get home, home came for them.

BEST PICTURE

EMMA THOMAS, p.g.a.

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN, p.g.a.

BEST DIRECTOR

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

KENNETH BRANAGH

MARK RYLANCE

CILLIAN MURPHY

TOM HARDY

FIONN WHITEHEAD

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

HOYTE VAN HOYTEMA, ASC, FSF, NSC

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Production Designer

NATHAN CROWLEY

Supervising Set Decorator

GARY FETTIS

BEST FILM EDITING

LEE SMITH, ACE

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

JEFFREY KURLAND

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Visual Effects Supervisors

ANDREW JACKSON

ANDREW LOCKLEY

Special Effects Supervisors

SCOTT FISHER

PAUL CORBOULD

BEST SOUND MIXING
Sound Mixer

MARK WEINGARTEN

Re-Recording Mixers

GREGG LANDAKER

GARY A. RIZZO

BEST SOUND EDITING
Supervising Sound Editor

RICHARD KING

Supervising Music Editor

ALEX GIBSON

BEST MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING
Make-Up Department Head

LUISA ABEL

Hair Stylist Department Head

PATRICIA DEHANEY

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

HANS ZIMMER


IT || Seven young outcasts in Derry, Maine, who call themselves the Losers’ Club, have been ostracized; each has a target on their back from the local bullies…and all have seen their inner fears come to life in the form of an ancient shapeshifting predator. It emerges from the sewers every 27 years to feed on the terrors of Derry’s children. Banding together, the Losers form a bond to overcome their fears and stop a killing cycle that began on a rainy day, with a small boy chasing a paper boat as it swept down a storm drain…and into the hands of Pennywise the Clown.

BEST PICTURE

ROY LEE

DAN LIN

SETH GRAHAME-SMITH, p.g.a.

DAVID KATZENBERG, p.g.a.

BARBARA MUSCHIETTI, p.g.a.

BEST DIRECTOR

ANDY MUSCHIETTI

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

CHASE PALMER

& CARY FUKUNAGA

and GARY DAUBERMAN
Based on the novel by

STEPHEN KING

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

JAEDEN LIEBERHER

WYATT OLEFF

JEREMY RAY TAYLOR

FINN WOLFHARD

JACK DYLAN GRAZER

CHOSEN JACOBS

BILL SKARSGÅRD

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

SOPHIA LILLIS

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

CHUNG-HOON CHUNG

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Production Designer

CLAUDE PARÉ

Set Decorator

ROSALIE BOARD

BEST FILM EDITING

JASON BALLANTINE, ASE

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

JANIE BRYANT

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Visual Effects Supervisors

NICHOLAS BROOKS

ARNAUD BRISEBOIS

JOAN AMER

Special Effects Supervisor

WARREN APPLEBY

BEST SOUND MIXING
Sound Mixers

GLEN GAUTHIER

SYLVAIN ARSENEAULT

Re-Recording Mixers

CHRIS JENKINS

MICHAEL KELLER

BEST SOUND EDITING
Supervising Sound Editor

VICTOR RAY ENNIS

BEST MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING
Special Effects Make Up

ALEC GILLIS

TOM WOODRUFF JR.

Prosthetics Make Up Designer

SEAN SANSOM

Make Up Heads of Department

SARAH CRAIG McEATHRON

LINDA DOWDS

Hair Head of Department

STEPHANIE INGRAM

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

BENJAMIN WALLFISCH


THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE || There are big changes brewing in Gotham, and if LEGO® Batman wants to save the city from The Joker’s hostile takeover, he may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up.

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
Produced by

DAN LIN, p.g.a.

PHIL LORD, p.g.a.

CHRISTOPHER MILLER, p.g.a.

ROY LEE

BEST DIRECTOR

CHRIS McKAY

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

SETH GRAHAME-SMITH

and CHRIS McKENNA

& ERIK SOMMERS

and JARED STERN

& JOHN WHITTINGTON

THE ACTORS

WILL ARNETT

ZACH GALIFIANAKIS

MICHAEL CERA

ROSARIO DAWSON

RALPH FIENNES

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

BEHZAD MANSOORI-DARA

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Production Designer

GRANT FRECKELTON

BEST FILM EDITING

DAVID BURROWS, ACE

MATT VILLA, ASE

JOHN VENZON, ACE

BEST SOUND MIXING
Re-Recording Mixers

MICHAEL SEMANICK

GREGG LANDAKER

BEST SOUND EDITING
Supervising Sound Editor/Designer

WAYNE PASHLEY, MPSE

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

LORNE BALFE

BEST ORIGINAL SONG

“Who’s The (Bat)Man”

Music by

COLTON FISHER

BARRY POINTER

JARON LAMOT

JASON RABINOWITZ

Lyrics by

COLTON FISHER

MANSA WAKILI

BRAYDEN DESKINS

BEST ORIGINAL SONG

“Friends Are Family”

Music by

CHRIS SERNEL

Lyrics by

CHRIS SERNEL

JEFF LEWIS

HOVEY BENJAMIN

MADISON LOVE

CHRIS MILLER


WONDER WOMAN || Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. When an American pilot crashes off their island paradise, she learns of a massive conflict raging in the outside world. Convinced she can stop the threat, Diana leaves home to fight alongside men in the war to end all wars. As she leads the charge, her unflagging sense of justice and compassion for humankind not only bring faith to their cause, but allow her to discover her full powers along the way, revealing her true destiny as a hero born of hope, courage and humanity.

BEST PICTURE

CHARLES ROVEN, p.g.a.

DEBORAH SNYDER, p.g.a.

ZACK SNYDER, p.g.a.

RICHARD SUCKLE, p.g.a.

BEST DIRECTOR

PATTY JENKINS

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

ALLAN HEINBERG

Story by

ZACK SNYDER

& ALLAN HEINBERG

and JASON FUCHS

BEST ACTRESS

GAL GADOT

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

ROBIN WRIGHT

CONNIE NIELSEN

ELENA ANAYA

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

CHRIS PINE

DAVID THEWLIS

DANNY HUSTON

EWEN BREMNER

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

MATTHEW JENSEN, ASC

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
Production Designer

ALINE BONETTO

Set Decorator

ANNA LYNCH-ROBINSON

BEST FILM EDITING

MARTIN WALSH, ACE

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

LINDY HEMMING

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Visual Effects Supervisor

BILL WESTENHOFER

Additional Visual Effects Supervisor

FRAZER CHURCHILL

Visual Effects Supervisor

ALEX WUTTKE

Special Effects Supervisor

MARK HOLT

BEST SOUND MIXING
Production Sound Mixer

CHRIS MUNRO, AMPS, CAS

Re-Recording Mixers

CHRIS BURDON

GILBERT LAKE

BEST SOUND EDITING
Supervising Sound Editor

JAMES H MATHER

BEST MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING
Makeup & Hair Designer

CHRISTINE BLUNDELL

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

RUPERT GREGSON-WILLIAMS


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