Lists by adog1990
Rows 1-579: Directors
Rows 580-739: Animation Creators
Rows 740-945: Script Writers
Rows 946-1091: Producers
Rows 1092-1130: Film Crew/Directors
Rows 1131-1229: Acting and Film Makers
Finally for what is not on the list are famous Best Picture film studios and their Academy Award films that they did work on, that are:
* American Zoetrope (American Graffiti, The Godfather Part II, The Conversation, Star Wars: Episode IV- A New Hope, Apocalypse Now, Kagemusha, One from the Heart, The Cotton Club, Peggy Sue Got Married, The Godfather Part III, Dracula, Don Juan DeMarco, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, My Family, Sleepy Hollow, Being John Malkovich, Lost in Translation, Kinsey, The Good Shepherd and Marie Antoinette)
* Regency Enterprises (Brazil, Legend, Pretty Woman, JFK, The Mambo Kings, Under Siege, Six Degrees of Separation, The Client, L.A. Confidential, Fight Club, Unfaithful, Fantastic Mr. Fox, 12 Years a Slave, Gone Girl, Birdman and The Revenant)
* Village Roadshow Pictures (The Matrix, Space Cowboys, Training Day, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Happy Feet, Sherlock Holmes, The Great Gatsby, The Lego Movie, The Judge, American Sniper and Mad Max: Fury Road)
* Plan B Entertainment (Troy, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Departed, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, The Tree of Life, Moneyball, 12 Years a Slave and Selma)
* Legendary Pictures (Batman Begins, Superman Returns, The Dark Knight, Inception, The Town, Interstellar, Unbroken, Jurassic World, Steve Jobs and Crimson Peak)
* RatPac-Dune Entertainment (The Devil Wears Prada, Borat, Australia, Crazy Heart, Avatar, 127 Hours, Black Swan, Unstoppable, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Prometheus, Life of Pi, Hitchcock, Lincoln, The Sessions, Gravity, The Lego Movie, The Judge, Inherent Vice, American Sniper, Mad Max: Fury Road, Black Mass and The Revenant)
* Spyglass Entertainment (The Sixth Sense, The Insider, Seabiscuit, Memoirs of a Geisha, Wanted, Star Trek and Invictus)
* Imagine Entertainment (Willow, Parenthood, Backdraft, The Paper, Apollo 13, The Nutty Professor, Life, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, A Beautiful Mind, 8 Mile, Cinderella Man, American Gangster and Frost/Nixon)
* Working Title Films (My Beautiful Laundrette, Wild at Heart, Barton Fink, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Dead Man Walking, Fargo, Elizabeth, Billy Elliot, O Brother Where Art Thou?, Bridget Jones's Diary, The Man Who Wasn't There, About a Boy, Pride & Prejudice, United 93, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, Atonement, Frost/Nixon, A Serious Man, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Anna Karenina, Les Misérables, The Theory of Everything and The Danish Girl)
* Media Rights Capital (Babel, Ted and Foxcatcher)
* Phoenix Pictures (The Thin Red Line and Black Swan)
* Cross Creek Pictures (Black Swan, The Ides of March and Black Mass)
Includes animated short films, live action movies with an animation mix and animated films that had their characters present at the awards. Rows 47-110 are the Best Animated Feature films with the animated features that had their characters present at the awards or were nominated for other Academy Award categories that weren't Best Animated Feature. The first movie in the rows of their award session are the winners. For that is not the list are the most famous animation companies that had production or other involvement with Academy Award animated films or live action Academy Award films (I already got the Japanese Animation studios in the other list, so they are not in this list) that are:
* PIXAR (Young Sherlock Holmes, Luxor Jr., Tin Toy, Beauty and the Beast, Toy Story, Geri's Game, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, For the Birds, Monsters Inc., Mike's New Car, Boundin', Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, King Kong, One Man Band, Cars, Lifted, Ratatouille, Presto, WALL-E, Up, Day & Night, Toy Story 3, La Luna, Wreck-It Ralph, Brave, Inside Out and The Good Dinosaur)
* Amblimation/DreamWorks Animation (The Prince of Egypt, Shrek, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, Shrek 2, Shark Tale, Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon, Kung Fu Panda 2, Puss in Boots, The Croods and How to Train Your Dragon 2)
* Walt Disney Animation Studios (Flowers and Trees, Mickey's Orphans, Building a Building, Three Little Pigs, The Tortoise and the Hare, Who Killed Cock Robin?, Three Orphan Kittens, The Country Cousin, The Old Mill, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Good Scouts, Brave Little Tailor, Mother Goose Goes Hollywood, Ferdinand the Bull, The Ugly Duckling, The Pointer, Fantasia, Pinocchio, Truant Officer Donald, Lend a Paw, Dumbo, Bambi, Saludos Amigos, Victory Through Air Power, Der Fuehrer's Face, Reason and Emotion, How to Play Football, The Three Caballeros, Donald's Crime, Squatter's Rights, Chip an' Dale, Pluto's Blue Note, Song of the South, Mickey and the Seal, Tea for Two Hundred, Toy Tinkers, So Dear to My Heart, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Lambert the Sheepish Lion, Rugged Bear, Toot Whistle Plunk and Boom, Ben and Me, Pigs Is Pigs, No Hunting, The Truth About Mother Goose, Paul Bunyan, Donald in Mathmagic Land, Noah's Ark, Sleeping Beauty, Goliath II, Aquamania, The Sword in the Stone, A Symposium on Popular Songs, Marry Poppins, The Jungle Book, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, It's Tough to Be a Bird, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Robin Hood, Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too, Pete's Dragon, The Rescuers, 1941, Mickey's Christmas Carol, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King, Runaway Brain, Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, Mulan, Tarzan, The Emperor's New Groove, Lilo & Stitch, Treasure Planet, Destino, Brother Bear, Lorenzo, The Little Matchgirl, Enchanted, Bolt, The Princess and the Frog, Tangled, Paperman, Wreck-It Ralph, Get a Horse!, Frozen, Saving Mr. Banks, Feast and Big Hero 6)
* Walt Disney Television Animation (Redux Riding Hood)
* Aardman Animations (A Grand Day Out, Creature Comforts, Adam, The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave, Wat's Pig, Humdrum, Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, A Matter of Loaf and Death, The Pirates! Band of Misfits and Shaun the Sheep Movie)
* TVC London (The Little Prince, The Snowman and Famous Fred)
* Magic Light Pictures (The Gruffalo, Chico & Rita and Room on the Broom)
* Nickelodeon Movies (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, The Wild Thornberrys Movie, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, Rango and The Adventures of Tintin)
* Nickelodeon (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, The Wild Thornberrys Movie, Big Fish, War of the Worlds, Ted, Flight, Iron Man 3 and The Lego Movie)
* Klasky Csupo (Technological Threat and The Wild Thornberrys Movie)
* Amblin Entertainment (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Back to the Future, Young Sherlock Holmes, The Color Purple, An American Tail, Harry and the Hendersons, Innerspace, Empire of the Sun, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Dad, Back to the Future Part II, Cape Fear, Hook, Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, The Bridges of Madison County, Twister, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Men in Black, The Mask of Zorro, Saving Private Ryan, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Minority Report, Catch Me If You Can, In America, War of the Worlds, Memoirs of a Geisha, Munich, Monster House, Flags of Our Fathers, Letters from Iwo Jima, Hereafter, True Grit, The Adventures of Tintin, War Horse, Lincoln, Jurassic World and Bridge of Spies)
* Lucasfilm (American Graffiti, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope, Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Willow, Tucker: The Man and His Dream, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, The Incredibles, Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith, Iron Man, Ted, The Lego Movie and Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens)
* ImageMovers (Cast Away, The Polar Express, Monster House, Real Steel and Flight)
* Warner Bros. Animation (It's Got Me Again!, Detouring America, A Wild Hare, Hiawatha's Rabbit Hunt, Rhapsody in Rivets, Pigs in a Polka, Greetings Bait, Swooner Crooner, Life with Feathers, Walky Talky Hawky, Tweetie Pie, Mouse Wreckers, So Much for So Little, For Scent-imental Reasons, From A to Z-Z-Z-Z, Sandy Claws, Speedy Gonzales, Birds Anonymous, Tabasco Road, Knighty Knight Bugs, Mexicali Shmoes, High Note, Mouse and Garden, Beep Prepared, Nelly's Folly, The Pied Piper of Guadalupe, Now Hear This, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Quest for Camelot and The Lego Movie)
* Warner Bros. Family Entertainment (A Little Princess, Quest for Camelot, The Polar Express, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Corpse Bride, Happy Feet, August Rush and The Lego Movie)
* A. Film (When Life Departs and Quest for Camelot)
* Cartoon Network (The Chicken from Outer Space, A Might Wind, Sideways and Hellboy II: The Golden Army)
* DePatie-Freleng Enterprises/Marvel Productions (The Pink Panther, The Pink Phink, The Best Man, The Great Race, The Pink Blueprint and Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope)
* Hannah Barbera (Back to the Future Part II, The Chicken from Outer Space and 127 Hours)
* MGM Animation (The Calico Dragon, The Old Mill Pond, Peace on Earth, The Milky Way, Puss Gets the Boot, The Night Before Christmas, The Rookie Bear, Blitz Wolf, The Yankee Doodle Mouse, Mouse Trouble, Quiet Please!, Anchors Aweigh, The Cat Concerto, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse, The Little Orphan, Hatch Up Your Troubles, Jerry's Cousin, The Two Mouseketeers, Johann Mouse, Little Johnny Jet, Touché Pussy Cat!, Good Will to Men, One Droopy Knight and The Dot and the Line)
* Animal Logic (Little Women, Babe, Face/Off, Babe: Pig in the City, The Thin Red Line, The Matrix, Moulin Rouge!, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Hero, The Quiet American, House of Flying Daggers, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Happy Feet, Australia, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, The Great Gatsby, Iron Man 3, The Lego Movie, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Unbroken and Avengers: Age of Ultron)
* Will Vinton Studios/Lakia (Rip Van Winkle, The Creation, The Great Cognito, Return to Oz, Corpse Bride, Coraline, ParaNorman and The Boxtrolls)
* Fred Wolf Films (The Box and The Magic Pear Tree)
* National Board of Canada (Churchill's Island, Warclouds in the Pacific, Inside Fighting China, The Rising Tide, The Fight: Science Against Cancer, The Romance of Transportation in Canada, Neighbours, The Stratford Adventure, A Chairy Tale, City of Gold, Overture, The Living Stone, Universe, Very Nice Very Nice, My Financial Career, Eskimo Artist: Kenojuak, Christmas Cracker, The Drag, Helicopter Canada, What on Earth!, The House That Jack Built, Walking, Blake, Evolution, Hunger, The Family That Dwelt Apart, Monsieur Pointu, The Street, Volcano: An Inquiry Into the Life and Death of Malcolm Lowry, The Sand Castle, Bead Game, I'll Find a Way, High Grass Circus, Special Delivery, Nails, Going the Distance, Every Child, If You Love This Planet, The Profession of Arms, Flamenco at 5:15, The Tender Tale of Cinderella Penguin, Paradise/Paradis, The Big Snit, George and Rosemary, The Cat Came Back, Strings, Blackfly, The Colours of My Father: A Portrait of Sam Borenstein, Bob's Birthday, La Salla, Sunrise Over Tiananmen Square, When the Day Breaks, My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts, Strange Invaders, The Barbarian Invasions, Ryan, The Danish Poet, Madame Tutli-Putli, Wild Life, Dimanche and Me and My Moulton)
* Nelvana (Ryan)
* Bardel Entertainment (Anastasia, The Prince of Egypt and Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron)
* Red Rover Studios/House of Cool Studios (Rio and Hugo)
* DiC Entertainment (Short Cuts)
* Titmouse (Her)
* Colossal Pictures/WildBrain (One from the Heart, The Right Stuff, The Cotton Club, Top Gun, Children of a Lesser God, Peggy Sue Got Married and Tucker: The Man and His Dream)
* Sesame Workshop (The Muppet Movie, The Great Muppet Caper, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Testament, The Muppets Take Manhattan and Forrest Gump)
* The Jim Henson Company (Time Piece, The Muppet Movie, The Great Muppet Caper, The Muppets Take Manhattan and Four Weddings and a Funeral)
* 20th Century Fox Animation (Anastasia, The Prince of Egypt, Ice Age, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Rio and The Longest Daycare)
* Film Roman Productions (I, Robot and The Longest Daycare)
* Blue Sky Studios (Bunny, Fight Club, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Ice Age, Gone Nutty, No Time for Nuts and Rio)
* Sony Pictures Animation (The Chubbchubbs!, Surf's Up and The Pirates! Band of Misfits)
* Les Armateurs (The Old Lady and the Pigeons, The Triplets of Belleville, The Secret of Kells and Ernest & Celestine)
* Cartoon Saloon (The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea)
* Pannónia Film Studio (The Fly)
* Illumination Entertainment (Despicable Me 2)
* Walter Lantz Productions/Universal Animation Studios (The Merry Old Soul, Jolly Little Elves, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B, Juke Box Jamboree, The Dizzy Acrobat, Fish Fry, The Poet and Peasant, Musical Moments from Chopin, Wet Blanket Policy, Crazy Mixed Up Pup, The Legend of Rockabye Point, Who Framed Roger Rabbit and 8 Mile)
* Fleischer Studios/Paramount Animation (Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor, Educated Fish, Hunky and Spunky, Gulliver's Travels, Superman, Who Framed Roger Rabbit and The Wolf of Wall Street)
* United Productions of America (Robin Hoodlum, The Magic Fluke, Gerald McBoing-Boing, Trouble Indemnity, Rooty Toot Toot, Madeline, Pink and Blue Blues, Christopher Crumpet, The Tell-Tale Heart, When Magoo Flew, Magoo's Puddle Jumper, Gerald McBoing-Boing on Planet Moo, The Jaywalker, Trees and Jamaica Daddy and Scrooged)
* Folimage (The Monk and the Fish, A Cat in Paris and Phantom Boy)
* uFilm/Umedia (Outside the Law and The Artist)
Includes movie sequels or is part of the same universe (For example in mine and some people's views, the Predator films take place before the Alien vs. Predator films while the Alien vs. Predator films take place before Prometheus and Prometheus takes place before the three better Alien movies). Newest updated: I have also added the TV series that go with some of these Academy Award films. Also some of these films are not a series but a bunch of movies in the same universe of the first movie with some of the same characters and places.
Rows 1-15: The Star Wars Saga
Rows 16-26: The Star Trek Saga
Rows 27-28: Star Trek Reboot
Rows 29-36: The Harry Potter Saga
Rows 37-42: The Lord of the Rings Saga
Rows 43-45: The Batman Saga
Rows 46-48: The Dark Knight
Rows 49-51: The Superman Trilogy
Rows 52-53: Spider-Man
Rows 54-78: The Marvel Cinematic Universe
Rows 79-81: Hellboy
Rows 82-83: Beverly Hills Cop
Rows 84-85: Back to the Future
Rows 86-89: The Rocky Trilogy
Rows 90-91: Rambo
Rows 92-94: The Transformers
Rows 95-97: The Pirates of the Caribbean Trilogy
Rows 98-99: Willard
Rows 100-101: The Sting
Rows 102-103:The Adventures of Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid
Rows 104-105: The Musketeers
Rows 106-108: The Godfather Trilogy
Rows 109-110: The Magnificent Seven
Rows 111-113: The Before Trilogy
Rows 114-115: Queen Elizabeth I
Rows 116-118: The Bourne Trilogy
Rows 119-126: The Adventures of Indian Jones
Rows 127-128: Poltergeist
Rows 129-131: The World of Jurassic Park
Rows 132-139: The Story of Shrek
Rows 140-145: Kung Fu Panda
Rows 146-148: The Toy Story Trilogy
Rows 149-152: Pixar's Monsters
Rows 153-176: The Simpsons
Rows 177-180: South Park
Rows 181-183: The Tales of Wyatt Earp Trilogy
Rows 184-188: The Pink Panther Saga
Rows 189-190: 101 Dalmatians
Rows 191-192: Beethoven
Rows 193-194: The Tales of the Young Guns
Rows 195-196: Jolson
Rows 197-198: The Karate Kid
Rows 199-200: The Story of Babe
Rows 201-202: The Terminator
Rows 203-212: The Universe of Alien
Rows 213-214: A Space Odyssey
Rows 215-216: Lethal Weapon
Rows 217-218: Austin Powers
Rows 219-242: The James Bond 007 Saga
Rows 243-245: The Three Colors Trilogy
Rows 246-248: The Topper Trilogy
Rows 249-292: The Muppets Saga
Rows 293-297: The Jack Ryan Saga
Rows 298-300: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Rows 301-305: The Road To... Saga
Rows 306-308: The Airport Trilogy
Rows 309-314: The Addams Family
Rows 315-316: TRON
Rows 317-319: The Paradise Lost Trilogy
Rows 320-332: Jackass
Rows 333-337: The Gold Diggers Saga
Rows 338-339: Father O'Malley
Rows 340-341: Eddie Felson
Rows 342-343: King Henry II
Rows 344-349: How to Train Your Dragon
Rows 350-354: Despicable Me
Rows 355-356: The Story of Tarzan
Rows 357-358: Broadway Melody
Rows 359-361: The Life and Times of Nelson Mandela Trilogy
Rows 362-364: The Ages of Man Trilogy
Rows 365-367: The Trilogy of Americana
Rows 368-370: The Wild Thornberrys
Rows 371-372: The Story of Bambi
Rows 373-380: The Adventures of Wallace & Gromit Saga
Rows 381-384: The Running Back in Time Trilogy
Rows 385-392: The Quentin & Lawrence's Stories of Crime Saga
Rows 393-401: The Steven Spielberg World War Saga
Rows 402-403: Neo Planet of the Apes
Rows 404-410: Peanuts 1960
Rows 411-414: Quentin Tarantino's Improbable History
Rows 415-417: Elmore Leonard's City Lights Stories
Rows 418-420: The Ivan Reitman's Funny Arnold Schwarzenegger Trilogy
Rows 421-423: The Golden Heart Trilogy
Rows 424-430: Disney's Tales of Ancient Mythology
Rows 431-433: The Vietnam War Trilogy
Rows 434-444: The X-Men Saga
Rows 446-448: Hannabal Lecter
Rows 449-451: Trilogy of Death
Rows 452-454: Trilogy of Mockumentray
Rows 455-457: The Red Curtain Trilogy
Rows 458-461: The Matrix
Rows 462-467: The Story of the Rise & Fall of The Beatles
Rows 468-469: The Story of Oz
Rows 470-473: The Adventures of Mad Max
Rows 474-475: The Story of Hawaii
Rows 476-478: The Exorcist Saga
Rows 479-480: Algeria WWII
Rows 481-484: Tales of the Invisible Man
Rows 485-486: Frankenstein
Rows 1-32 are music composers and artists and rows 33-83 are creators of anime and works that inspired anime or manga adaptions of their works. Finally for that is not on the list, companies that have their films nominated for Oscars and are good with anime that are:
* TOHO (Seven Samurai, Samurai: The Legend of Musashi, The Magnificent Seven, Yojimbo, The Woman in the Dunes, Kwaidan, Dodes'ka-den, Kagemusha, Ran, Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, Persepolis, The Wind Rises and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya)
* Sanrio (Who Are the DeBolts? And Where Did They Get Nineteen Kids? and Lost in Translation)
* NHK Enterprise 21 (The Old Man and the Sea)
* Dentsu Tech (The Old Man and the Sea and My Love)
* Top Craft/Studio Ghibli (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, The Wind Rises and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya)
* Yamamura Animation (Mt. Head)
* Tohokashinsha Film Company (Lost in Translation and Marie Antoinette)
* Shochiku (The Twilight Samurai and Departures)
* Robot Commuincations (La Maison en Petits Cubes)
* GKIDS (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, The Secert of Kells, A Cat in Paris, Chico and Rita, Ernest & Celestine, Song of the Sea, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, The Boy and the World and Phantom Boy)
* Sentai Filmworks (Possessions)
* Marvel Studios/Entertainment (Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Iron Man, Iron Man 2, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Captain America: The Winter Solider, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Guardians of the Galaxy, Big Hero 6, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man)
*Sunrise/Bandai Visual (Possessions).
Also are the anime companies that helped out with some Academy Award movies by making them or have credit for while not doing the production like:
* Oh! Production (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, La Maison en Petits Cubes and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya)
* Madhouse Studios (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya)
* Production I.G (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya)
* Studio Deen, Gainax, AIC, Studio Hibari and Shaft (Spirited Away)
* Gonzo (Howl's Moving Castle)
* Studio Khara (The Wind Rises)
* Telecom Animation Film (Spirited Away and The Wind Rises)
* Toei Animation (War of the Worlds)
* Tatsunoko Production (The Lego Movie and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya)
* Vega Entertainment, David Production, The Answer Studio, C2C, Studio Comet, Nippon Animation, Studio Pierrot, Bones, Studio 4°C, Studio A.P.P.P. and Magic Bus (The Tale of the Princess Kaguya).
I am predicting there will be 19th Animated Films in the race for the nominations of Best Animated Feature for the 89th Academy Awards.
This list will be an example for a blu-ray collection series that is similar to the Criterion Collection and Echo Bridge Home Entertainment DVD movie collections case that I will make in the future for the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. Disc one will be the shorts and the other discs will have a one, double or triple animated feature of the animated feature films nominated on the disc together. Their will be special features on some of the discs and features a booklet that has behind the making, the complete nominations of the Academy Awards event these animated films were in, company credits of the animated films and the cast and crew that were uncredited from the motion pictures' credits. Even a booklet of the people who were in the Academy Awards' In Memoriam tributes (including the special ones like Stanley Kubrick and John Hughes).
For more info of the Japanese animated films, go to these links:
As time goes bye this list's title will change until it reaches 90 Years of Animation.
Rows 1-5: My main bets
Rows 6-10: Long shots
Rows 1-5: My Main Bets
Rows 6-10: My Other Bets in case one of my main bets doesn't work.
Rows 11-16: Long Shots
Post on the comments if there has been a death of a famous person and I will put him or her in this list.
One of movie's mysterious mysteries, why does the Academy Awards chose Golden Raspberry Award nominated movies for their nominations too?
A list of every movie nominated for a Golden Razzie. The Complete Academy Awards Movie Collection will be coming soon.
A list of actress I think are awful at acting and can't tell the difference between acting and looking pretty. For that is not on the list for the number one spot (That I couldn't of *beep* put on here!!!) is Paris *beep* Bitch" Hilton. Can anyone tell me why I can't add Pairs Hilton's freakin name on this list PLEASE!!!!!!
Enjoy Boys and Ghouls! HA HA HA HA!!
Since I love the Academy's Best Animated Feature category and love the Oscars for only the In Memorial tributes and who is nominated and the people and companies' involvement in the nominated films. I have made a list of how many animated feature films I think will be the contenders for the nominations for Best Animated Feature at the 88th Academy Awards after doing some research. I am predicting 18 films will enter this year.
A list of animated feature films (A-Z in English title style) distributed in the USA by the great company at foreign animated films and the Academy Awards' favorite GKIDS.
After watching the 87th Academy Awards on February 22. Let us now take a sneak preview of what 2015 movies may be good for the 88th Academy Awards. If there is another movie that is getting awards and Oscar attention that I have never heard of, write it in the comments below and I will add it or them to the list.
A list that Animation Historians like Howard Lowery, Jerry Beck and John Culhane should look at. The films on here are mostly made for theaters or were originally made for theaters. So direct to DVD or DisneyToon animated films are off this list
Rows 1-137 are Oscar winning directors, rows 138-286 are nominated directors, rows 287-402 are famous animated people, rows 403-491 are notable famous script writers. Also Mel Gibson, Spike Lee, Seth MacFarlane (the new) and Randall Wallace are my least favorites of them. Also I added James Cameron in low part of the winners. He and Mel Gibson are my least favorite Academy Award winners of direction, but I like some of there films (Aliens, the Termanitor series, Titanic and a little of Braveheart). The reason for James Cameron is due to his reputation and is declared a selfish and cruel director. The first five in each rows are who I think are the greatest Oscar legends of all them. Also, some of these directors had their films nominated or won Best Foreign Language Film and had some of their other films nominated for other Oscar categories. For those whose has their films won Best Foreign Language Film are being declared a film legend (or film legends) to that country while the Oscar they and the producer got for their country will be in the country's national museum. For those who's film were nominated for Best Foreign Language Film are still declared film legends in their country and also Oscar Legends like Best Foreign Language Film winners.
Update: Under some of them are thanks to Executive producer credits by them for other Academy Awards films
New Update: I now add their Academy Award nominated and winner films under some of them.
Newest Update: I add Stanley Donen under the rows of script writers due to he won an Honorary Award while making Academy Award films without being nominated.
Final Updated: The last row are other directors or producers that mostly won Academy Honorary Awards. So Rows 492-510 are other directors to producers who mostly get Honorary Awards from the Academy.
Other directors and writers that I forgot in number 1 and I have add famous movie producers on this list now.
New Updated: I have now added Christopher Guest, Anne Fletcher and Adam Shankman who also help with the Academy Awards' ceremonies while making some Academy Award nominated films
Since my first Oscar Legends list is very famous along with my spin off (Other Actors and Actress who had involvement with other Oscar films besides act) and my second one is almost getting really famous. I have decided to make a third one, one that has director to producers who while not getting an Academy Award nomination for the category they are good in, manege to make lots Academy Award nominated films while having their movie followers or change how cinema is and where so close at getting nominated for the Academy Award movie he or she did work on. Whether it be directing, screenplay, story, film editing, cinematography, production design, costume design, animated feature or picture. We all need to see that they were nominated in our books for some of their movies they worked on and had at least made one or two films we saw them try their best to entertain us.
Rows 1-13 are famous film crew members who went to be directors (who go their start as cinematographer or a film editor).
Rows 14-23 are famous animation creators who were almost nominated for Best Animated Feature and also animated directors who would of been great nominated if Best Animated Feature began at the 68th Academy Awards.
Rows 24-95 are famous writers and some may be directors/writers but their written is more famous then their directing.
Rows 96-347 are famous directors who's styles have left an impact on our views of movies and why we love them.
And finally rows 348-394 are legendary film producers who while not nominated for Best Picture have made and finance the films we would love see over and over again and like the people in the writers row, some of these producers are also directors but are better as producers.
To see the reason of this list and more understanding of it, check the list that was the first version and inspiration for it called Famous Directors that had involvement with Oscar movies. To see why I made this list.
Involves acting, directing, writing, producing (any kind), crew member and thanks credits. Directors who didn't get an Oscar nomination but help make the Academy Award films. Also some of these directors had their Oscar films produced by Academy Award nominee or wining producers while some did Academy Awards films without being nominated while being in the Academy Awards' In Memorial segment.
New updated: if that person who was not nominated for an Oscar did work as a producer of another person's film, that person is added to this list. The same goes for the crew and cast.
Final Updated: When a producer who made an Academy Award film while not being nominated for Best Picture's name is in the In Memorial segment, the director of that film he or she producer will be moved to a new row of this list. Also I have now add famous Hollywood producers who were not nominated for Best Picture, but had some involvement such as acting or thanks credits for Academy Award nominated directors' works and as well as their Academy Award nominated films and the directors that they worked with that were also not nominated for Best Director.
A list of celebrities that are so annoying you just want to beat them and wish their characters in the movies would die.
As an apology for Chris Rock's thing at the 84th Academy Awards (even though it was a little fun joke and I like Chris Rock, that makes me angry when people get offended by the stupidest things that it makes me one of the only few smart people in the world). I have made a list of famous voice actors today or have gain a cult after their death and the Academy Award movies that they stared in.
Once again as a huge fan of the Oscars, animation and the Best Animated Feature and Short Film races. Here is another animation list.
The last two Pokemon movie in this list are the worst ones and for those who are not the list. I found those movie okay and meh.
For both televised and online versions. More people will come, if you can write on the comments or I will see it in the news before.
Here is a list of what directors I think are so pretentious today that they make movies that make them say "Ha Ha Ha! I am perfect than you other directors! Suck my balls!"
A list of movies based on famous comic book series that were nominated for at the Academy Awards.
Rows 1-5 are my main predictions and rows 6-10 are long shots.
Rows 1-5 are my main bets, 6-10 are my other choices just in case of one of my main predictions doesn't get nominated and rows 11-20 are long shots.
My top ten list of the most cheesiest directors who make the most funny, laughable, enjoyable and corny films of all time.
This should be distribute by Walt Disney Pictures and should stay loyal to the source matrial with a little twist with the original songs and maybe two new ones.
Under them are the movies that were nominated for Oscars and the films that nearly got them nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, or Best Screenplay.
Newest Updated: Film Editors and Cinematographers who were also directors.
Rows 1-4: The Coppola Family
Rows 5-8: The Mankiewicz Family
Rows 9-11: The Fleischer Family
Rows 12-13: The Demme Family
Rows 14-15: The Scott Brothers
Rows 16-17: The Reitman Family
Rows 18-19: The Ross Family
Rows 20-21: The Petrie Family
Rows 22-23: The Schrader Brothers
Rows 24-25: The Goldman Brothers
Rows 26-27: The Lumet Family
Rows 28-29: The Reiner Family
Rows 30-31: The Gottlieb Brothers
Rows 32-33: The Astin Family
Rows 34-35: The Guggenheim Family
Rows 36-37: The Stevens Family
Rows 38-39: The Weitz Brothers
Rows 40-41: The Disney Family
The Pilot will involve the world's greatest villain trios racing and fighting against each other in their giant mechs to capture a girl who may hold the secrets to taking over the USA. But they have to get past her now hired bodyguards who have a talking giant robot as their friend.
My thoughts of what if Superman Lives wasnt cancelled and was made with the cast and crew. Also it would of been better than Man of Steel.
Write on the comments if there are other movies that need to be on the list. Rows 1-32 are Best Picture to Writing targets, rows 33-42 are animated and rows 43-65 are songs and visuals.
After the success of Rango, I think Nickelodeon will have the idea of making a animated TV series spin off of it. Here is the people they need for the show. Rows 1-74 are cast members including guest stars and rows 75-81 are the crew behind it.
The Giants will be motion capture with the technology that made the Transformers I wish I hope.
This film better stay true to the original dark novel
Here is a list of bad movies that are enjoyable and make you want to laugh your brains out and laugh until you piss yourself.
The movie that I want for a new Inspector Gadget movie will be the same style as the Adventures of Tintin movie. I would like Peter Jackson and Get Smart's director Peter Segal to get together and make this. It will focus more on Penny, how she and Brain moved with their uncle, their relationship and Penny and Brian helping their Uncle stop Dr. Claw and MAD like in the cartoon. While Dr. Claw will be motion-capture his face will not be show on screen and he will give his minions orders through different stuff where he can see them, while his partner will give the stuff to them and MAD Cat will be animated the same way as Snowy in Tintin. Also his minions (except his partner and others) will also don't know what he looks like and where he is at while they are at a MAD hideout far from Dr. Claw's. The film should be distributed by Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies.
More will come soon when more deaths will be announced. Some of my predictions will be on the telecast or online of the Oscars or both.
First rows are animated (with their animated movies that started or are with the series) and the others are live-action.
The first five are my main predictions, the two under them are other choices just in case and the rest are long shots.
More will come when I see the pictures of the other characters of the film.
Since Quentin Tarnintnio had a Blu-ray collection (I have it and it is awesome). I think they should make a Blu-ray collection of the world war II movies by one of my favorite directors next to Quentin, Steven Spilberg.
First five are my picks, the middle row with the other five are my other picks just in case some of my main predictions don't make in the announcement, and the last nine rows are long shots and the ones that will deffentaly never get nominated.
A list of sci-fi films that were nominated for Academy Awards, ones that should of or were snubbed and the film that started it all.
A list of kid actors I find are bad at acting and it just doesn't do anything for me.
The Counselor, The Wolf of Wall Street and 12 Years a Slave are the top contenders
After the live action movie(s) are the animation they inspire.
A list of my picks for the best saddest movies and movie moments.
I may have Ryan Gosling replace Tom Cruise or Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
A List of filmmakers who are fans of anime and manga.
1, 4 and 6 are my favorite movies, while 2, 3 and 5 I hate a lot.
A list of TV shows and movies that would be great for this festival idea, if Studio Ghibli comes up with this idea.
Here is alist of who I think would be good for the new "The Wiz" movie and it could be animated.
A list of actors and actress that should not be directors
A list of what I and the critics think are the best animated films of the years they were released and are Oscar worthy like (see my other lists). Also what upcoming animated features that I think will be good and the best. The list also has animated films that should have been nominated if the Oscars had five nominations on their events, films that should be nominated if the Best Animated Feature was made in 1961 and animated films that have just been a nominated for the Oscar's visual categories and special achievement award. Plus the first row 1 to 78 will be the winners of Best Animated Feature (and also the first animated films to be nominated for Best Picture and who might win for 2011 and 2012), the number one animated film that started animated films and some other good ones and animated films that should have won if Best Anaimted Feature was made earlier and the top best animated films of their years. Finally rows 79 to the final rows are what animated films were nominated for Best Animated Feature/the Visual Categories, what animated films that might have made it to the final round of the race of being nominated for Best Animated Feature and animated films that should have been nominated if thier were five nominations and if Best Animated Fetaure was made earlier.
Here are some movies and TV shows to watch and relax to when you are sick in bed.
First rows are the crew, the last rows are the cast and the final ones are thanks. Also this is who I wish would be the first ones for this. For the company to distribute this film should be Columbia Pictures and MGM. Also in the credits for Thanks are That Guy With The Glasses.com and Rob Walker.
Note: People with two titles are that person of anime and the other is they should be called that in Japan
Please leave coments of what else do you think would be good at play a famous person and I will work on it.
Rows 1-5 are my predications while rows 6-10 are the rest of the field.
A list of what animated films might be good for for one of my favorite Oscar catgories "Best Animated Feature" and this will be for the 85th Academy Awards. Rows 1-5 are my predications of who I think will win the final round and be nominated if some will get into the race. Rows 6-12 are my other choices for my predications if some can make it in the race. While rows 13-21 are what animated features I think will be extreme long shots in the race. I am predicting that will be 17 or 18 animated films for the race.
What can you say about Terry Gilliam? A member of the great and legendry Monty Python's Flying Curcis, taleint cut-out animator that inspired South Park and John Korty and one of the great directors. But some of his good movies that are live-action due remind us of his animation. Which today I am showing you the top Terry Gilliman live action movies that reminds us of his animation style and would be more fun in his animation style.
This is a list of comedy people I find are not funny. Please dont hate me or try to kill me.
A list of famous animators who worked at Hanha Barbara and one of the animators is my least favorite. Hanha Barbara may of made some bad animation but that's what made it good and classic. It is one of my favorite animation studios next to Studio Ghibli and TVC London.
A list of famous people involved with Amblin Entertainment.
Please dont hate me for this and this is a list of directors who have never being nominated for Best Director or Screenplay, but always have their movies or the movies they worked on nominated for different Oscar catagories. I will make a top list of what I think are the worst directors of all time.
A list of people involved with LucasFilm.
Here is what I think who will be good at playing as Jim Henson and Freinds in a biography film about him. The movie could also be called The Rainbow Connection and if it is made, it may get some Oscar nominations (I hope) for Best Actor, Best Original Screenplay, maybe Best Director (if it is going to be directed by Gas Van Sant or some other good director) and Best Picture when the movie comes out on some year. This is the best that I can think of who can play as who and the crew and the other cast members will be decided if this movie is going to be made. Roles for Kathryn Mullen, Brain Muehl, Toby Towsons, Bob Payne, Cheryl Blaylock, Martin P. Robinson and others will be decide when thier is a director and if this movie is planed.
Hey folks, now we go to Part 2, which is final part of this alternative universe like list, if still lost see part 1. Also in this list, Best Animated Picture will change it's title to a new one and Best Foreign Animated Film will have it's final ceremony, if this whole thing existed and if the Academy Awards had come up with this idea. Besides I love the Academy Awards even though I am a little mad at them for not making the first Best Animated Feature category in the early years and having that silly rule for Best Animated Feature today (and I think if they had made Best Animated Feature in 1961, they can have that rule cause of it's total of films). Finally, I just forgot something for part 1, is that when a foreign animated film was nominated for Best Foreign Animated Film they would have the original version of the film nominated and it can be a movie that hasn't being released in America yet, if the whole dang thing was made.
Hi folks, it's Alex Hartsell again. I have being think that the first Best Animated Feature should have being made in 1961 (AKA the 34th Academy Awards) and should have had it first called Best Animated Picture. Also have another Best Animated Feature category called Best Foreign Animated Film and have the title Best Animated Picture chance to Best Animated Film for the 55th Academy Awards. We began on Part 1 of what would it look like if it was made in 1961 and who would be the winner and nominations of it. Also some of the titles in here may have being released after that year or appeared on TV first, but let's just think and imaging if the Academy saw them first before the year and what if the TV movies decide to have them in theaters (after showed on TV). if the first Best Animated Feature was released in 1961. Part Two will be posted after this one.
Here is my real list of who will be in the semi-finals to be nomanatied for the 84th Academy Awards. This will also be what movies I think will be the best movies of 2011. Part One is Best Picture to Best Adapted Screenplay which I will post today. Part Two will be Best Animated Feature which I will post on Monday May 2. Part Three is Best Visual Awards (Best Original Score to Best Visual Effects) which will be on May 3. While Parts Four and Five (AKA Best Documentary Feature and Best Foreign Language Film) will arrive when the time is right to post them up.
A list of the best animated features that were nominated and have won at the oscars' Best Animated Feature, films that should have been nominated if the academy had five nominations at the beginning of the Best Animated Feature category (also if they didn't make that silly rule of having three or four nominations for it) & at some of the past cermonies and films that couldn't make it to best animated feature and were just nominated for best visual. Also upcoming animated films that might be the best ones of 2011 & 2012 and what I think will get nominated for the 84th & 85th Academy Awards & which upcoming animated films. I made some updates by replacing Atlantis with Osmosis Jones (due to Atlantis wasnt in the list to be nominated for the 2001 Oscars). Plus I have deleted Chicken Little due to that Robots looks more Best Animated Feature like.
Sorry for the long wait and here are my predications of who might be the final contenders in the race for the Best Foreign Language Film Nomination Race.
Hello movie fans, it is time for another "What if the Academy Awards did this for the Best Animated Feature category". This time it involves if the Academy Awards president in the 1990's came up with the idea of having the Best Animated Feature category made in the years before it was made on the 74th Academy Awards, it would have these movies nominated for it and who would be the winners. Also have that three and four nomination rule for a short while and allowed foreign animated films nominated release in America and released from their country rule for a little while. This one is like the other one I made (The 73rd Academy Awards having Best Animated Feature) but has more alternative years and what I think were the best animated films of those years. I will also make another list of Best Animated Films of the years 1991 to 2012 after this one. Also look under the movies for my comments that I have left and enjoy with all your hearts.
Now we go to part 3 of our journey of who will be the front runners and be in the semi finals of being nomainated for next years Oscars. Best Documentary Feature contenders will be made and in development on May 4. While Best Foreign Language Film will be made when the announcement of who will be the contenders for Best Foregin Language Film come out. Please enjoy and leave your commets if needed.
We now are about to head off on to the final competitors/ front runners of who will be nominated and in the race of the 84th Academy Awards. We will now do Best Documentary Feature contenders and front runner films of being nominated for it. Remember Best Foreign Language Film will be made when they have announce who will be in the race for that catagorie. I have also another thing to announce is that I can't do the best short categories due to they are too hard to find and put in a list and also I think Best Documentary Short, Best Live Action Short and Best Animated short need to be remove from the Oscars or in a better word, retire for good. Due to they can also be a bored and waste time at the Oscars. Finally this is the best I can do and these are the only docs that I can find pretty good. Besides these are the Documentary features I think will be good in 2011. Please leave comments and suggestions of what Documentary films of 2011 to add or delete on this list.
Here is what I think which short films will get nominated for their categories at the 84th Academy Awards. I also change my mind about the Best Short Film categories (also what I said in Part 4 of the final contenders for the 84th Academy Awards), they need to stay in the Academy and I might know where to find them on IMDb.
Rows 1 to 5: My picks of who will get nominated in the final round and on January 24, 2012 morning.
Rows 6 to 10: My alternative choices.
We now go to Part Two of the predications for the 84th Academy Awards race for being nomanaited. This time it's which animated features will be in the semi-finals for the Best Animated Feature race. Also these will be which animated features I think will be good in 2011.
Hello I am Alex Hartsell, and I was wondering what if the Academy Awards had made the first Best Animated Feature category made on the 73rd Academy Awards instead of at the 74th? Well my friends here is what it would look like if the every first Best Animated Feature was made on the 73rd Acadmey Awards, didn't had and made that silly rule of having three nominations in there (which needs to be at only five nominations and also see my other list "The Best Animated Features of 2001 to 2012" for more) and what would the nominations be, if they had made it for that year.
Before the 84th Academy Awards began, I just want to make a list of the best films of the year that were nominated for Best Picture. Part 1 will be films noimantied for Best Picture of 1927-1939, Part 2 will be 1940's, Part 3 will be 1950's, Part 4 will be 1960's, Part 5 will be 1970's, Part 6 will be 1980's, Part 7 will be 1990's, and finally Part 8 will be 2000-my Predications for the 84th Academy Awards' Best Picture catagory. Enjoy.
A list of my favorite animators that I love thier works so much. I think that they desirve an Award. I will tell you my favorite works from them as well.