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With the 93rd Academy Awards just around the corner, it’s time to recap the list of nominations and start shaping our truncheon, pool or whatever you want to call it. And be careful, because this year things are very close thanks to a very balanced cast of nominations.

Then I leave you with the predictions for the main categories of the night and with each editor’s favorites list to win the most prestigious accolade of the awards season. Place your bets!

Oscars predictions 2021

Best film

  • “The father”
  • “Judas and the black messiah”
  • “Mank”
  • “Minari. History of my family.”
  • ‘Nomadland’
  • “A promising young woman”
  • “Sound of metal”
  • “The Chicago 7 Trial”

Since awards season kicked off, Chloé Zhao’s new film has been garnering awards for best picture; including the Golden Globe, the Critics Choice, the BAFTA, the Gotham, the Satellite… —and all this without counting festivals or union awards. Hopefully there are surprises, but it seems that ‘Nomadland’ has the Oscar assured.

Best direction

  • Thomas Vinterberg, for “Another Round”
  • David Fincher, for “Mank”
  • Lee Isaac Chung, for ‘Minari. Family history ‘
  • Chloé Zhao, for ‘Nomadland’
  • Emerald Fennell, for ‘A Promising Young Woman’

What was said in the category of best film applies to the best direction. Zhao already has in his possession the Critics Choice, the BAFTA, the Golden Globe, the award of the directors’ union … and it seems that he should already be making room for the Oscar on his shelf. Of course, I hope Vinterberg gives the bell and brings some emotion.

Best Leading Actress

  • Viola Davis, for ‘The mother of the blues’
  • Andra Day, for ‘The United States against Billie Holiday’
  • Vanessa Kirby, for “Fragments of a Woman”
  • Frances McDormand, for “Nomadland”
  • Carey Mulligan, for ‘A Promising Young Woman’

Although Vanessa Kirby should take the accolade for her feat In “Fragments of a Woman,” it will be rare that Frances McDormand does not give “Nomadland” another cheer at Sunday’s ceremony. In this category things are much tighter, because Andra Day has already surprised with his victory at the Golden Globes.

Best Leading Actor

  • Riz Ahmed, for “Sound of Metal”
  • Anthony Hopkins, for “The Father”
  • Chadwick Boseman, for ‘The Mother of the Blues’
  • Gary Oldman, for “Mank”
  • Steven Yeun, for ‘Minari. Family history ‘

Everything seems to indicate that Chadwick Boseman will be honored with the posthumous Oscar for best leading actor for his work in “The mother of the blues.” While his work on the George C. Wolfe film is worthy, at least, of a nomination, Anthony Hopkins’ achievement in ‘The Father’ is big enough to rise as a fair winner.

Best Supporting Actor

  • Sacha Baron Cohen, for “The Chicago 7 Trial”
  • Daniel Kaluuya, for ‘Judas and the black messiah’
  • Leslie Odom Jr., for ‘One Night in Miami …’
  • Paul Raci, for “Sound of Metal”
  • Lakeith Stanfield, for ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’

Statistics say that no actor in the history of the Oscars has lost the award after being victorious in the televised ceremonies of the year. This is the case with Daniel Kaluuya – sadly, not Sacha Baron Coen, who is huge in ‘The Chicago 7 Trial’ – so, unless he becomes the exception that proves the rule, the golden statuette is hers.

Best Supporting Actress

  • Maria Bakalova, for ‘Borat, film film sequel’
  • Glenn Close, for “Hillbilly, a country elegy”
  • Olivia Colman, for ‘The Father’
  • Amanda Seyfried, for “Mank”
  • Youn Yuh-jung, for ‘Minari. Family history ‘

While Olivia Colman’s work on ‘The Father’ is worthy of the highest praise, Youn Yuh-jung’s victory at the Actors Guild Awards and BAFTAs rank her as a huge favorite.

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Best Original Screenplay

  • Will Berson, Shaka King, Keith Lucas and Kenny Lucas, for ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’
  • Lee Isaac Chung, for ‘Minari. Family history ‘
  • Emerald Fennell, for ‘A Promising Young Woman’
  • Derek Cianfrance, Abraham Marder and Darius Marder, for ‘Sound of metal’
  • Aaron Sorkin, for “The Chicago 7 Trial”

Hairy category. Aaron Sorkin’s script for ‘The Chicago 7 Trial’ is not only brilliant – no one writes dialogue like this man – but it reaches the Oscars after winning the Golden Globe. However, the script – written in brush strokes Too fat for my taste— ‘A Promising Girl’ has a good chance of repeating victory after the Writers Guild, BAFTA and Critics Choice awards. By accumulation, it is taken by Emerald Fennell.

Best Adapted Screenplay

  • Sacha Baron Cohen, for ‘Borat, Film Film Sequel’
  • Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton, for ‘The Father’
  • Clohé Zhao, for ‘Nomadland’
  • Kemp Powers, for ‘One Night in Miami …’
  • Ramin Bahrani, for ‘White Tiger’

Although “Nomadland” is the big favorite of the night, it is highly unlikely that the Academy will allow “The father” to leave empty. But, beyond the feeling of consolation prize, it is necessary to recognize that the adaptation of Florian Zeller’s work is, simply, brilliant.

Best international film

  • “Another Round”, by Thomas Vinterberg (Denmark)
  • ‘Collective’, by Alexander Nanau (Romania)
  • “Better Days” (Shaonian de ni), by Derek Tsang (Hong Kong)
  • “The man who sold his skin”, by Kaouther Ben Hania (Tunisia)
  • “Quo Vadis, Aida?”, By Jasmila Zbanic (Bosnia Herzegovina)

With Thomas Vinterberg nominated for best director, rare – very rare – would be for “Another Round” to go empty in the category of best international film. If only because of Mads Mikkelsen’s dance, heaven has already won.

Best Documentary Film

  • “Collective”, by Alexander Nanau
  • “Crip Camp”, by James Lebrecht and Nicole Newnham
  • “The mole agent”, by Maite Alberdi
  • ‘What the octopus taught me’, by Pippa Ehrlich & James Reed
  • “Time” by Garrett Bradley

He has won the BAFTA, he has taken the Producers Guild Award, and he has brought the tears of many spectators who have fallen at his feet. If the academics have his little heart, he will probably premiere “What the octopus taught me.”

Best Animated Film

  • ‘Soul’
  • “Wolf walkers”
  • “Beyond the Moon”
  • ‘Go ahead’
  • “Shaun the sheep. The movie: Farmageddon”

Pixar has two nominated films, and ‘Soul’ has already won several awards such as the Annie, the BAFTA, the Golden Globe or the Directors Guild Award. Although it is not the best face of the study, the victory will go to the Disney giant.

Best Editing

  • Yorgos Lamprinos, for ‘The father’
  • Chloé Zhao, for ‘Nomadland’
  • Frédéric Thoraval, for ‘A promising young woman’
  • Mikkel E.G. Nielsen, for “Sound of metal”
  • Alan Baumgarten, for “The Chicago 7 Trial”

As a general rule, the Oscars in the categories of sound and montage tend to have the same winner, and ‘Sound of Metal’ seems to have both assured. Nonetheless, “The Chicago 7 Trial” can stand up — and should win, if you ask me — by winning the Eddie of the American Cinema Editors.

Best Direction of Photography

  • Sean Bobbitt, for ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’
  • Erik Messerschmidt, for “Mank”
  • Dariusz Wolski, for ‘News from the great world’ (News of the World)
  • Joshua James Richards, for “Nomadland”
  • Phedon Papamichael, for “The Chicago 7 Trial”

Another complicated category. The American Society of Cinematographers has given its latest accolade to ‘Mank’, but the BAFTA, Critics Choice, and National Society of Film Critics award point directly to ‘Nomadland’ as the winner for best cinematography.

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Espinof editors’ favorites

Victor Lopez G.

  • Best film: ‘The father’ (will win ‘Nomadland’)

  • Best direction: Thomas Vinterberg (to win Chloé Zhao)

  • Best Leading Actress: Vanessa Kirby (to win Frances McDormand)

  • Best Leading Actor: Anthony Hopkins (to win Chadwick Boseman)

  • Best Supporting Actor: Sacha Baron Cohen (to win Daniel Kaluuya)

  • Best Supporting Actress: Olivia Colman (Youn Yuh-jung will win)

  • Best Original Screenplay: “The Chicago 7 Trial”

  • Best Adapted Screenplay: “The father”

  • Best international film: “Another round”

  • Best Documentary Film: ‘What the octopus taught me’

  • Best animated film: ‘Forward’ (‘Soul’ will win)

  • Best Editing: ‘The father’ (will win ‘Sound of Metal)

  • Best Direction of Photography: ‘The Chicago 7 Trial’ (to win ‘Nomadland’)

  • Best soundtrack: ‘Mank’ (will win ‘Soul’)

  • Better visual effects: “Principle” (will win “Principle”)

Juan Luis Caviaro

  • Best film: ‘The Chicago 7 Trial’ (to win ‘Nomadland’)

  • Best direction: Esmeralda Fennell (to win Chloé Zhao)

  • Best Leading Actress: Carey Mulligan (she will win)

  • Best Leading Actor: Anthony Hopkins (to win Chadwick Boseman)

  • Best Supporting Actor: Daniel Kaluuya (he will win)

  • Best Supporting Actress: Youn Yuh-jung (she will win)

  • Best Original Screenplay: “The Chicago 7 Trial” (“A promising young woman” will win)

  • Best Adapted Screenplay: ‘The father’ (will win ‘Nomadland’)

  • Best International Film: “Another round” (this one will win)

  • Best Documentary Film: “Collective” (will win “What the octopus taught me”)

  • Best Animated Film: ‘Soul’ (will win this one)

  • Best Editing: “The Chicago 7 Trial” (this one will win)

  • Best Direction of Photography: ‘Nomadland’ (will win this one)

  • Better visual effects: ‘Tenet’ (will win this one)

  • Best Original Soundtrack: ‘Soul’ (will win this one)

Albertini

  • Best film: Judas and the Black Messiah (Judas and the Black Messiah) (WINS NOMADLAND)

  • Best Direction: David Fincher, for Mank (WINS CHLOÉ ZHAO)

  • Best Leading Actress: Frances McDormand, for Nomadland

  • Best Leading Actor: Steven Yeun, by Minari (WINS CHADWICK BOSEMAN)

  • Best Supporting Actor: Daniel Kaluuya, for Judas and the black messiah

  • Best Supporting Actress: Olivia Colman, for The Father

  • Best Original Screenplay: The Chicago 7 Trial

  • Best Adapted Screenplay: The father

  • Best Animated Film: Shaun the sheep. The Movie: Farmageddon (A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon) (WINS SOUL)

  • Best soundtrack: Give 5 Bloods (WIN SOUL)

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Mikel Zorrilla

  • Best film: ‘Sound of Metal’ (to win ‘Nomadland’)

  • Best Direction: David Fincher (to win Chloé Zhao)

  • Best Leading Actress: Carey Mulligan (to win Carey Mulligan)

  • Best Leading Actor: Anthony Hopkins (to win Chadwick Boseman)

  • Best Supporting Actor: Paul Raci (to win Daniel Kaluuya)

  • Best Supporting Actress: Youn Yuh-jung (Youn Yuh-jung will win)

  • Best Original Screenplay: “The Chicago 7 Trial” (to win Emerald Fennell, for “A Promising Young Woman”)

  • Best Adapted Screenplay: ‘The father’ (to win Chloé Zhao, by ‘Nomadland)

  • Best international film: “Another round”

  • Best Documentary Film: “What the octopus taught me”

  • Best Animated Film: ‘Soul’ (will win ‘Soul’)

  • Best Editing: ‘Sound of Metal’ (will win ‘The Chicago 7 Trial’)

  • Best Direction of Photography: Erik Messerschmidt, for ‘Mank’ (to win ‘Nomadland’)

  • Better visual effects: “Principle” (will win “Principle”)

  • Best Original Soundtrack: ‘Soul’ (will win ‘Soul’)

Kiko vega

  • Best film: A promising young woman (will be for Nomadland)

  • Best direction: David Fincher, by Mank (will be for Chloé Zhao)

  • Best Leading Actress: Carey Mulligan, for A Promising Young Woman (There Is No Other)

  • Best Leading Actor: Anthony Hopkins, for The Father (will be for Chadwick Boseman)

  • Best Supporting Actor: Sacha Baron Cohen, for The Chicago 7 Trial (will be for Daniel Kaluuya)

  • Best Supporting Actress: Maria Bakalova, for Borat, film film sequel (will be for Olivia Colman, for The father)

  • Best Original Screenplay: A promising young woman

  • Best Adapted Screenplay: The father (will be for Nomadland)

  • Best International Film: Another Round, by Thomas Vinterberg

  • Best Documentary Film: The mole agent, by Maite Alberdi

  • Best Animated Film: Shaun the sheep. The movie: Granjaguedón (Soul will win)

  • Best Editing: The father

  • Best photography: Nomadland

  • Best visual effects: Beginning

  • Best soundtrack: ‘Soul’

Jorge Loser

  • Best film: ‘The father’ (will win ‘Nomadland’)

  • Best Direction: Thomas Vinterberg (to win Chloé Zhao)

  • Best Leading Actress: Carey Mulligan (to win Carey Mulligan)

  • Best Leading Actor: Anthony Hopkins (to win Chadwick Boseman)

  • Best Supporting Actor: Sacha Baron Cohen (to win Daniel Kaluuya)

  • Best Supporting Actress: Maria Bakalova (Youn Yuh-jung will win)

  • Best Original Screenplay: “The Chicago 7 Trial” (“A promising young woman” will win)

  • Best Adapted Screenplay: ‘The father’ (will win ‘Nomadland)

  • Best International Film: “Another round”

  • Best Documentary Film: “What the octopus taught me”

  • Best animated film: ‘Wolfwalkers’ (will win ‘Soul’)

  • Best Editing: ‘The father’ (will win ‘Sound of Metal’)

  • Best Direction of Photography: Erik Messerschmidt, for ‘Mank’ (to win ‘Nomadland’)

  • Best visual effects: ‘Of love and monsters’ (‘Tenet’ will win)

  • Best Original Soundtrack: ‘Give 5 Bloods’ (will win ‘Soul’)

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Warrior Nun season 2 release date

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Black Summer Season 2 Release Date:

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