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George MacKay stars in Sam Mendes’s World War I film 1917
Photograph: François Duhamel / Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures

Here’s a complete list of the 2020 Oscar nominations

By Time Out Film
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The Brits are coming (again) at this year’s Oscars – and they’re mostly wearing khaki and papal mitres. The nominations for the ninety-second Academy Awards are in and, as expected, Sam Mendes’s Great War epic ‘1917’ looks like the film to beat. It picked up ten nods, including Best Picture, Best Director for Mendes, Best Screenplay for Mendes and co-writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns and Best Cinematography for the mighty Roger Deakins (his fourteenth).

It didn’t pick up a Film Editing nomination, usually a key predictor for a Best Picture winner (every Best Picture winner from 1981 to 2013 was also nominated for the Film Editing Oscar), though as it’s an ostensibly single-shot movie, that’s not too surprising.

Stockwell’s own Cynthia Erivo picked up an unusual double nomination. She’s up for Best Actress for ‘Harriet’ and Best Original Song for ‘Stand Up’ in the same film. If she wins either, she’ll become the youngest ever winner of the EGOT (Emmy, Golden Globe, Oscar and Tony awards).

The Welsh double act that is ‘The Two Popes’ gleaned a couple of nominations with Jonathan Pryce (Best Actor) and Anthony Hopkins (Best Supporting Actor) recognised for a pair of stellar performances, while Florence Pugh was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in ‘Little Women’. Ireland’s own Oscar-nomination-hoovering powerhouse Saoirse Ronan picked up a Best Actress nod for the same movie.

The headline stories elsewhere included 11 nominations for Todd Phillips’s ‘Joker’, and ten nominations apiece for Martin Scorsese’s Netflix mob epic ‘The Irishman’ and Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’. But could Bong Joon-ho’s masterpiece ‘Parasite’ sneak away with the Best Picture gong and be the first foreign-language film to win the award? Don’t rule it out.

Here are the nominations in full:

Best Picture 
‘Ford v Ferrari’
‘The Irishman’
‘Jojo Rabbit’
‘Joker’
‘Little Women’
‘Marriage Story’
‘Parasite’
‘1917’
‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’

Best Director
Sam Mendes, ‘1917’
Martin Scorsese, ‘The Irishman’
Todd Phillips, ‘Joker’
Quentin Tarantino, ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’
Bong Joon-ho, ‘Parasite’

Best Actor
Antonio Banderas, ‘Pain and Glory’
Leonardo DiCaprio, ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’
Adam Driver, ‘Marriage Story’
Joaquin Phoenix, ‘Joker’
Jonathan Pryce, ‘The Two Popes’

Best Actress
Cynthia Erivo, ‘Harriet’
Scarlett Johansson, ‘Marriage Story’
Saoirse Ronan, ‘Little Women’
Charlize Theron, ‘Bombshell’
Renée Zellweger, ‘Judy’

Best Supporting Actor
Tom Hanks, ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’
Anthony Hopkins, ‘The Two Popes’
Al Pacino, ‘The Irishman’
Joe Pesci, ‘The Irishman’
Brad Pitt, ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’

Best Supporting Actress
Kathy Bates, ‘Richard Jewell’
Laura Dern, ‘Marriage Story’
Scarlett Johansson, ‘Jojo Rabbit’
Florence Pugh, ‘Little Women’
Margot Robbie, ‘Bombshell’

Best Animated Film
‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’
‘I Lost My Body’
‘Missing Link’
‘Klaus’
‘Toy Story 4’

Best Cinematography
‘The Irishman’
‘Joker’
‘The Lighthouse’
‘1917’
‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’

Best Documentary
‘American Factory’
‘The Cave’
‘The Edge of Democracy’
‘For Sama’
‘Honeyland’

Best Documentary Short
‘In the Absence’
‘Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl)’
‘Life Overtakes Me’
‘Walk Run Cha-Cha
‘St Louis Superman’

Best International Feature Film
‘Corpus Christi’, Poland
‘Honeyland’, North Macedonia
‘Les Misérables’, France
‘Pain and Glory’, Spain
‘Parasite’, South Korea

Best Makeup and Hairstyling
‘Bombshell’
‘Joker’
‘Judy’
‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’
‘1917’

Best Adapted Screenplay
‘Little Women’, Greta Gerwig
‘The Irishman’, Steven Zaillian
‘Joker’, Todd Phillips and Scott Silver
‘The Two Popes’, Anthony McCarten
‘Jojo Rabbit’, Taika Waititi

Best Original Screenplay
‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’, Quentin Tarantino 
‘1917’, Sam Mendes and Krysty Wilson-Cairns
‘Knives Out’, Rian Johnson
‘Marriage Story’, Noah Baumbach
‘Parasite’, Bong Joon-ho and Han Jin-won

Best Original Song
‘I Can’t Let You Throw Yourself Away’ – ‘Toy Story 4’
‘(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again’ - ‘Rocketman’
‘I’m Standing with You’ – ‘Breakthrough’
‘Into the Unknown’ – ‘Frozen II’
‘Stand Up’ – ‘Harriet’

Best Costume Design
‘The Irishman’
‘Jojo Rabbit’
‘Joker’
‘Little Women’
‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’

Best Film Editing
‘Ford v Ferrari’
‘The Irishman’
‘Jojo Rabbit’
‘Joker’
‘Parasite’

Best Original Score
‘Joker’
‘Little Women’
‘Marriage Story’
‘1917’
‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’

Best Animated Short
‘Hair Love’, Matthew A Cherry and Karen Rupert Toliver
‘Memorable’, Bruno Collet and Jean-François Le Corre
‘Sister’, Siqi Song
‘Dcera (Daughter)’, Daria Kashcheeva
‘Kitbull’, Rosana Sullivan and Kathryn Hendrickson

Best Live Action Short
‘Brotherhood’
‘Nefta Football Club’
‘The Neighbors’ Window’
‘A Sister’
‘Saria’

Best Sound Editing
‘Ford v Ferrari’
‘Joker’
‘1917’
‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’
‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’

Best Sound Mixing
‘Ad Astra’
‘Ford v Ferrari’
‘Joker’
‘1917’
‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’

Best Visual Effects
‘The Irishman’
‘The Lion King’
‘1917’
‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’
‘Avengers: Endgame’

Best Production Design
‘The Irishman’
‘Jojo Rabbit’
‘1917’
‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’
‘Parasite’

The ninety-second Academy Awards will take place on February 9 2020.

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