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This morning, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced the nominations for this year’s Oscars. There were some surprises, some upsets and chatter about the Academy’s choices. The films to beat this year are “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “Birdman,” which lead the nominations at nine each. “The Imitation Game” is close behind with eight nominations.
Neil Patrick Harris is set to take the stage on Sunday, Feb. 22, as the host of the 87th annual Academy Awards, but before he does, we want to hear from you. Which films, directors and actors do you think should take home a gold statuette?
Before the big night, we here at Art Beat will tally up the results and see how close your predictions are to the outcomes — we’ll even see if you can beat last year, when you accurately predicted six out of eight awards.
Which film should win the Oscar for Best Picture?
Which actor should win the Oscar for his performance in a leading role?
Which actress should win the Oscar for her performance in a leading role?
Which actor should win the Oscar for his performance in a supporting role?
Which actress should win the Oscar for her performance in a supporting role?
Which film should win the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature?
Which writer should win the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay?
Which writer should win the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay?
Laura Santhanam is the Health Reporter and Coordinating Producer for Polling for the PBS NewsHour, where she has also worked as the Data Producer. Follow @LauraSanthanam
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