17th Annual IPA Satellite Nominations

The International Press Academy has announced nominees for its 17th annual Satellite Awards today. The group is composed of entertainment journalist for both domestic and foreign outlets.

Motion Picture

  • Argo Warner Bros.
  • Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.
  • Beasts Of The Southern Wild Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Les Misérables Universal
  • Skyfall Columbia Pictures
  • Moonrise Kingdom Focus Features
  • The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
  • Life Of Pi Twentieth Century Fox
  • Zero Dark Thirty Columbia Pictures

Director

  • David O. Russell Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.
  • Ben Affleck Argo Warner Bros.
  • Kim Ki-Duk Pieta Drafthouse Films
  • Ben Lewin The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Steven Spielberg Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
  • Kathryn Bigelow Zero Dark Thirty Columbia Pictures

Actress in a Motion Picture

  • Jennifer Lawrence Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.
  • Emilie Dequenne Our Children Versus Production
  • Keira Knightley Anna Karenina Focus Features
  • Emmanuelle Riva Amour Sony Pictures Classics
  • Laura Birn Purge Solar Films
  • Laura Linney Hyde Park On Hudson Focus Features
  • Jessica Chastain Zero Dark Thirty Columbia Pictures

Actor In A Motionn Picture

  • John Hawkes The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Omar Sy The Intouchables The Weinstein Co.
  • Hugh Jackman Les Misérables Universal
  • Joaquin Phoenix The Master The Weinstein Co.
  • Denzel Washington Flight Paramount Pictures
  • Daniel Day-Lewis Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
  • Bradley Cooper Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.

Actress In A Supporting Role

  • Amy Adams The Master The Weinstein Co.
  • Helene Florent Café De Flore Adopt Films
  • Anne Hathaway Les Misérables Universal
  • Helen Hunt The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Judi Dench Skyfall Columbia Pictures
  • Samantha Barks Les Miserables Universal

Actor In A Supporting Role

  • Philip Seymour Hoffman The Master The Weinstein Co.
  • Robert De Niro Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.
  • John Goodman Flight Paramount Pictures
  • Javier Bardem Skyfall Columbia Pictures
  • Tommy Lee Jones Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
  • Eddie Redmayne Les Misérables Universal

Motion Picture, International Film

  • Amour Sony Pictures Classics Austria
  • A Royal Affair Magnolia Pictures Denmark
  • The Intouchables The Weinstein Co. France
  • Our Children Le Films Du Losange Belgium
  • Kon-Tiki The Weinstein Co. Norway
  • Pieta Drafthouse Films South Korea
  • Beyond The Hills Sundance Selects Romania
  • War Witch Tribeca Film Canada
  • Caesar Must Die Adopt Film Italy

Motion Picture, Animated Or Mixed Media

  • Paranorman Focus Features
  • Wreck-It Ralph Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
  • Rise Of The Guardians Dreamworks Animation
  • Brave Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
  • Ice Age 4: Continental Drift Twentieth Century Fox Animation
  • Frankenweenie Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
  • Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted Dreamworks Animation

Motion Picture, Documentary

  • The Central Park Five Sundance Selects
  • The Pruitt-Igoe Myth First Run Features
  • The Gatekeepers Sony Pictures Classics
  • Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry Sundance Selects
  • West Of Memphis Sony Pictures Classics
  • Chasing Ice National Geographic
  • Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present Music Box Films
  • Searching For Sugar Man Sony Pictures Classics

Screenplay, Original

  • Eric Toledano, Olivier Nakache The Intouchables The Weinstein Co.
  • John Gatins Flight Paramount Pictures
  • Kim Ki-Duk Pieta Drafthouse Films
  • Roman Coppola, Wes Anderson Moonrise Kingdom Focus Features
  • Paul Thomas Anderson Times”> The Master The Weinstein Co.
  • Mark Boal Zero Dark Thirty Columbia Pictures

Screenplay,Adapted

  • Ben Lewin The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures (Based On Documentary “Breathing Lessons: The Life And Work Of Mark O’brien” Directed By Jessica Yu)
  • Tony Kushner, John Logan, Paul Webb Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone (Based On “Team Of Rivals: The Political Genius Of Abraham Lincoln” By Doris Kearns Goodwin)
  • Chris TerrioArgo Warner Bros. (Based On “Escape From Tehran” By Joshuah Bearman)
  • Tom StoppardAnna Karenina Focus Features (Based On The Novel By Leo Tolstoy)
  • David O. Russell Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co. (Based On Novel By Matthew Quick)
  • David Magee Life Of Pi Twentieth Century FoxBased On The Novel By Yann Martel)

Original Score Composer Title of Film

  • Alexandre Desplat Argo Warner Bros.
  • Dario Marianelli Anna Karenina Focus Features
  • Thomas Newman Skyfall Columbia Pictures
  • Jonny Greenwood The Master The Weinstein Co.
  • John Williams Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
  • Dan Romer, Benh Zeitlin Beasts Of The Southern Wild /Fox Searchlight Pictures

Original Song (Title Of Song Performer Writer(S) Title Of Film)

  • Learn Me Right Birdy Birdy & Mumford And Sons Brave
  • Still Alive Paul Williams Paul Williams Paul Williams: Still Alive
  • Skyfall Adele Adele Adkins, Paul Epworth Skyfall
  • Suddenly Hugh Jackman Alain Boubil, Herbert Kretzmer Les Misérables
  • Fire In The Blood/Snake Song Emmylou Harris Emmylou Harris, Nick Cave, Warren Ellis Lawless
  • Love Always Comes As A Surprise Peter Asher Peter Asher & Dave Stewart Madagascar 3

Cinematography

  • Ben Richardson Beasts Of The Southern Wild/Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Mihai Malaimare Jr The Master/The Weinstein Co.
  • Janusz Kaminski Lincoln/Dreamworks/Touchstone
  • Roger Deakins Skyfall/Columbia Pictures
  • Seamus Mcgarvey Anna Karenina/Focus Features
  • Claudio Miranda Life Of Pi/Twentieth Century Fox

Visual Effects

  • Steve Begg, Arundi Asregadoo, Andrew Whitehurst Skyfall Columbia Pictures
  • Richard Stammers, Charley Henley, Martin Hill Prometheus Twentieth Century Fox
  • Bill Westenhofer Life Of Pi Twentieth Century Fox
  • Michael Lantieri, Kevin Baillie, Ryan Tudhope, Jim Gibbs Flight Paramount Pictures
  • Dan Glass, Geoffrey Hancock, Stephane Ceretti Cloud Atlas Warner Bros.
  • Chris Corbould, Paul Franklin The Dark Knight Rises Warner Bros.

Film Editing

  • Lisa Bromwell The Sessions Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Jeremiah O’driscoll Flight Paramount Pictures
  • Dylan Tichenor Zero Dark Thirty Columbia Pictures
  • Alexander Berner Cloud Atlas Warner Bros
  • Jay Cassidy Silver Linings Playbook The Weinstein Co.
  • Chris Dickens Les Misérables Universal

Sound (Editing and Mixing)

  • Dennis Leonard Flight Paramount Pictures
  • John Warhurst, Lee Walpole, Simon Hayes Les Misérables Universal
  • Craig Henighan, Chris Munro Snow White And The Huntsman Universal
  • Baard H. Ingebretsen, Tormod Ringes Kon-Tiki The Weinstein Co.
  • Drew Kunin, Eugene Gearty, Philip Stockton Life Of Pi Twentieth Century Fox
  • Victor Ray Ennis, Ann Scibelli, John Cucci, Mark P. Stoeckinger Prometheus Twentieth Century Fox

Art Direction & Production Design

  • Rick Carter, Curt Beech, David Crank, Leslie Mcdonald Lincoln Dreamworks/Touchstone
  • Nathan Crowley, Kevin Kavanaugh, James Hambidge, Naaman Marshall The Dark Knight Rises Warner Bros.
  • Niels Sejer A Royal Affair Magnolia Pictures
  • David Crank, Jack Fisk The Master the Weinstein Co.
  • Sarah Greenwood, Niall Moroney, Thomas Brown, Nick Gottschalk, Tom Still Anna Karenina Focus Features
  • Eve Stewart, Anna Lynch-Robinson Les Misérables Universal

Costume Design

  • Colleen Atwood Snow White And The Huntsman Universal
  • Manon Rasmussen A Royal Affair Magnolia Pictures
  • Christian Gasc, Valerie Ranchoux Farewell, My Queen Cohen Media Group
  • Jacqueline Durran Anna Karenina Focus Features
  • Kym Barrett, Pierre-Yves Gayraud Cloud Atlas Warner Bros
  • Paco Delgado Les Misérables Universal

 

26 Comments on this Post

  1. Wow, they really, really liked The Sessions. Go Skyfall, though!

  2. Peter Anderson

    Go Javier Bardem. he blew me away.

  3. i guess they didn’t see Django!

  4. When it rains…
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    A lonely VFX nomination for the Dark Knight Rises, one more nom than The #3 and #13 films on the all-time domestic box office ranking. A Debbie Downer of a day.
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    Skyfall? Old prejudices die hard. Should be up for Original Song and a few techs. No more.

  5. No Ang Lee and I guess they didn’t like the Cloud Atlas Sextet. No Argo for editing, but SLP and Sessions is there? Back to your desks and do the exercise again, children.

  6. I guess they didn’t see The Hobbit either

  7. We all know to take the Satellites with a grain of salt, but I have to say, their Sup Actor list looks somewhat doable (it probably won’t happen, but would love for Javier Bardem to get an Oscar nom for Skyfall. He was to Skyfall what Ledger was to The Dark Knight, in my opinion).

  8. Why do the Satellite Awards always do their best to ignore Peter Jackson???

    Pathetic awards. Nobody gives a fuck about them anyway.

  9. Always good for a lol!

    Even with the off inspired choice, the Satellite nominations are a perennial source of bafflement for me. Nobody takes them very seriously.

  10. * odd, not off

    I’m in an odd / off mood, it seems.

  11. Skyfall gets what the praise it fucking deserves! I’m surprised is not up for Sound, Film Editing and Production Design. Deakins is a lock for the win :D

  12. Can I just say a giant “WHOHOO!” for Samantha Barks. What a star. So happy for her!

  13. Sorry, Tom Hooper — not this time.

  14. Along with Tony Kushner, they nominated John Logan and Paul Webb who are NOT EVEN CREDITED for the Lincoln screenplay.

  15. These awards though as imperfect as they may be are better than most.

  16. Princess of Peace

    Bravo for Skyfall. I hope that somehow Bardem gets in for an Oscar nom.

  17. Tero Heikkinen

    Laura Birn for Best Actress? Please. You’re not gonna see Finland anywhere near Oscar, I tell you that. Not with a movie that has three long brutal rape scenes.

    I will never watch Purge again.

  18. Chris138

    WB seems to really be showing a lot of production material from TDKR lately, leading up to the Blu-ray release. However, this focus on sets and whatnot really makes me think that the movie has a very solid chance of getting an art direction nomination, as shown here. Personally, I think Batman Begins and The Dark Knight Rises have the most interesting set designs in the trilogy. The Dark Knight got nominated, but it always felt the least inspired to me.

    Also a bummer that Wally Pfister didn’t get some recognition here.

  19. Tero Heikkinen

    TDKR has the biggest sets for any film in the world in 2012, and they are wonderful. If it lost Art Direction nomination, it would be a real shame. But it will not lose there. 98% certainty for that nomination.

  20. Uncle Jay

    I’m guessing “Django Unchained” wasn’t screened?! I find it hard to believe it didn’t snag not one nod!

  21. Skyfall for best picture, wow. Go Amy Adams for the master. Frankenweenie and Paranorman deserve best animated feature nominations

  22. yay for West of memphis getting in the best documentary. what is pieta. All the animated features deserves there nominations. The Dark Knight Rises gets in for visuals effects, yes. that’s promising.

  23. The Hobbit Visual Effects Person died today. Maybe the nomination will be eliminated.

  24. Here we go again. How can film critics nominate a film the best of the year yet don’t feel like Director and Screenplay played a whole lot in its suppose greatness. Can someone explain it to me.

  25. Dench for Bond in Supp Actress but no Sally Field? Bardem for Bond but no Mcconaughey for Magic Mike, no Rachel Wiesz?
    These are a joke, a level just below the Golden Globes….

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