Tuesday, November 30, 2010

2010 Independent Spirit Award nominees bared

Winners will be announced on February 26, 2011 in Santa Monica.

Best Picture
127 HOURS
BLACK SWAN
GREENBERG
THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT
WINTER’S BONE

Best Director
DARREN ARONOFSKY, Black Swan
DANNY BOYLE, 127 Hours
LISA CHOLODENKO, The Kids Are All Right
DEBRA GRANIK, Winter’s Bone
JOHN CAMERON MITCHELL, Rabbit Hole

Best First Feature
EVERYTHING STRANGE AND NEW
GET LOW
THE LAST EXORCISM
NIGHT CATCHES US
TINY FURNITURE

Best Screenplay

LISA CHOLODENKO, STUART BLUMBERG, The Kids Are All Right
DEBRA GRANIK, ANNE ROSELLINI, Winter’s Bone
NICOLE HOLOFCENER, Please Give
DAVID LINDSAY-ABAIRE, Rabbit Hole
TODD SOLONDZ, Life During Wartime

Best Female Lead
NICOLE KIDMAN, Rabbit Hole
ANNETTE BENING, The Kids Are All Right
GRETA GERWIG, Greenberg
JENNIFER LAWERENCE, Winter’s Bone
NATALIE PORTMAN, Black Swan
MICHELLE WILLIAMS, Blue Valentine

Best Male Lead
RONALD BRONSTEIN, Daddy Longlegs
AARON ECKHART, Rabbit Hole
JAMES FRANCO, 127 Hours
JOHN C. REILLY, Cyrus
BEN STILLER, Greenberg

Best Supporting Female
ASHLEY BELL, The Last Exorcism
DALE DICKEY, Winter’s Bone
ALLISON JANNEY, Life During Wartime
DAPHNE RUBIN-VEGA, Jack Goes Boating
NAOMI WATTS, Mother and Child

Best Supporting Male
JOHN HAWKES, Winter’s Bone
SAMUEL L. JACKSON, Mother and Child
BILL MURRAY, Get Low
JOHN ORTIZ, Jack Goes Boating
MARK RUFFALO, The Kids Are All Right

Best Foreign Film
THE KING'S SPEECH, Tom Hooper
KISSES, Lance Daly
MADEMOISELLE CHAMBON, Stéphane Brize
OF GODS AND MEN, Xavier Beauvois
UNCLE BOONMEE WHO CAN RECALL HIS PAST LIVES, Apichatpong Weerasethakul

Best Documentary
EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP, Banksy
MARWENCOL, Jeff Malmberg
RESTREPO, Sebastian Junger, Tim Hetherington
SWEETGRASS, Ilisa Barbash, Lucien Castaing-Taylor
THUNDER SOUL, Mark Landsman

Best Cinematography
ADAM KIMMEL, Never Let Me Go
MATTHEW LIBATIQUE, Black Swan
JODY LEE LIPES, Tiny Furniture
MICHAEL MCDONOUGH, Winter’s Bone
HARRIS SAVIDES, Greenberg

3 comments:

lightning catcher said...

It's very interesting that Julianne Moore, a two-time nominee, did not get a nod, given that there are six nominees in her category. Maybe she was placed in the supporting actress category?

lightning catcher said...

But then, that would mean she was deemed not outstanding enough to earn the sixth slot.

Raymond De Asis Lo said...

it wasn't actually a total surprise. the campaign is actively pushing for an oscar for annette bening, and julianne moore - though she had more screen time than annette - had to unfortunately stay behind the shadows so as not to steal any precious press from annette.

but i have a hunch that when the oscar noms are revealed, julianne and annette will be competing against each other for best leading actress...

the oscar is annette's to lose. i am betting she'll win it this time...

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