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Peter T Chattaway

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  1. And the winner is... Uncle Thomas: Accounting for the Days, which is *not* nominated for the Oscar. (But then, *none* of the Annie nominees in this category were nominated for the Oscar.)
  2. And the winners are... Roger Deakins for 1917 and Jarin Blaschke for The Lighthouse, both of whom are nominated for the Oscar.
  3. And the winner is... Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound, which is *not* nominated for the Oscar. (But then, *none* of the nominees for this guild award were nominated for the Oscar.)
  4. And the winners are... Klaus -- Best Animated Feature, Directing, Production Design, Storyboarding, Character Design, Character Animation, Editing I Lost My Body -- Best INDIE Feature, Writing, Music Frozen 2 -- Voice Acting (Josh Gad), Visual Effects So basically Netflix movies won all but two of the feature-film awards, and Klaus won every single award it was nominated for. (And the two nominations that I Lost My Body did *not* win were won by Klaus. Basically Frozen 2 -- which started the evening with the most nominations -- won only in the categories where it wasn't facing any competition from Netflix. And Frozen 2 isn't even nominated for the Oscar! Toy Story 4 is, though, and it has been sweeping all the guild awards so far -- but it didn't win a single Annie award!)
  5. And the winner is... Honeyland, the only ASC nominee that also has an Oscar nomination.
  6. And the winners are... Sam Mendes for 1917 and Alma Har'el for Honey Boy.
  7. And the winner is... American Factory. This is the first time one of the Oscar nominees in this category has won a guild award.
  8. And the winners are... Jojo Rabbit for Music Underscore, Rocketman for Musical, 1917 for Dialogue/ADR and Ford v Ferrari for Effects/Foley. Interestingly, the two films with the most Golden Reel nominations -- both of which also have Oscar nominations in this category -- didn't win *any* Golden Reel awards. And only two of the four Golden Reel award winners -- 1917 and Ford v Ferrari -- are nominated for the Oscar in this category.
  9. And the winner is... Parasite, which is the only film that was nominated in this category by both the Oscars and the Golden Reels.
  10. And the winner is... Echo in the Canyon, which is *not* nominated for the Oscar.
  11. And the winner is... Parasite. Parasite is apparently the first non-English film to win this award. From 1996 to 2016, it used to be that a film needed to at least be *nominated* for the SAG ensemble award in order to win the Oscar for Best Picture, but the last two Best Picture winners -- 2017's The Shape of Water and 2018's Green Book -- weren't even nominated for this award, so it's anyone's guess how relevant this award is now. The last film to *win* both awards was 2015's Spotlight. (In 2016, the SAG award went to Hidden Figures and the Oscar went to Moonlight.)
  12. And the winner is... Joaquin Phoenix, for Joker.
  13. And the winner is... Renee Zellweger, for Judy.
  14. It occurs to me that Pitt is the only nominee (for either the Oscar or the SAG award) who wasn't playing a real-life character.
  15. And the winner is... Brad Pitt for Once upon a Time... in Hollywood.
  16. And the winner is... Laura Dern for Marriage Story.
  17. And the winner is... 1917. The PGA Best Picture winner has gone on to win the Oscar for Best Picture in 20 of the previous 30 cases (21 if you count the year that Gravity and 12 Years a Slave shared the PGA award in a tie).
  18. And the winner is... Apollo 11, which is *not* nominated for the Oscar.
  19. And the winner is... Apollo 11, which is *not* nominated for the Oscar.
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