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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, Sandakan 8, Kagemusha, Ran, The Bodyguard, Primary Colors, A Simple Plan, Wonder Boys, Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, Children of Men, Persepolis, The Wind Rises, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, When Marnie Was There, The Red Turtle, Kong: Skull Island, Ready Player One and Mirai) * Sanrio (Who Are the DeBolts? And Where Did They Get Nineteen Kids?, Lost in Translation and Ready Player One) * NHK Enterprise 21 (The Old Man and the Sea) * Dentsu Inc. (Black Rain, The Old Man and the Sea, Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, My Love, Departures, Les Misérables, Despicable Me 2, Possessions, The Wind Rises, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, When Marnie Was There, The Theory of Everything, The Danish Girl, Hail Caesar!, The Red Turtle, Silence, Get Out, Ready Player One, First Man and Mirai) * Bandai Visual/Bandai Namco Arts (Possessions) * Hakuhodo (The Twilight Samurai, The Wind Rises, The Tale of Princess Kaguya, When Marine Was There and The Red Turtle) * Top Craft/Studio Ghibli (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, The Wind Rises, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, When Marine Was There and The Red Turtle) * Madhouse Studios (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya and Mirai) * Yamamura Animation (Mt. Head) * Tohokashinsha Film Company (Spirited Away, Lost in Translation, Howl's Moving Castle, Good Night, and Good Luck., Marie Antoinette, The Wind Rises and When Marnie Was There) * Victor Entertainment (Malcolm X and Affliction) * King Records (Possessions) * Toei Company (Tora! Tora! Tora!, Beverly Hills Cop and Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan) * Shochiku (Immortal Love, Twin Sisters of Kyoto, Portrait of Chieko, The Twilight Samurai, The Last Samurai, Departures and Possessions) * Robot Commuincations (La Maison en Petits Cubes) * ADV Films/Sentai Filmworks (Possessions) * GKIDS (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, The Secret of Kells, A Cat in Paris, Chico and Rita, Ernest & Celestine, The Wind Rises, Song of the Sea, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, When Marine Was There, The Boy and the World, My Life as a Zucchini, Revolting Rhymes, The Breadwinner and Mirai) * Marvel 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, Doctor Strange, Logan, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, Vice, RBG and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) * Sunrise (Possessions and Ready Player One) * Trigger (Possessions) * Studio Chizu (Mirai) * Shogakukan (Lost in Translation and Departures) * Tokuma Shoten (Ju Dou, Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle and Mirai) * Kadokawa (Lost in Translation and Mirai) * Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS) (Departures) * Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) (Babel and Departures) * Nippon Television Network (NTV) (Spirited Away, The Twilight Samurai, Howl's Moving Castle, The Wind Rises, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, When Marine Was There, The Red Turtle and Mirai) * Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation (Lost in Translation and Mirai) * Fuji TV (Despicable Me 2, The Theory of Everything, The Danish Girl, Hail Caesar!, Get Out, Shoplifters and First Man) * Bandai Namco Entertainment (Lost in Translation, TRON: Legacy, The Avengers, Wreck-It Ralph, Possessions, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Ready Player One and Ralph Breaks the Internet) * Sony Corporation (One from the Heart, Peggy Sue Got Married, Dracula, Four Days in September, Requiem for a Dream, Collateral and Blade Runner 2049)
Finally for what is not on the list are famous Best Picture or any Best Feature Film nominated 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, The Black Stallion, 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, Bridget Jones' Diary, Unfaithful, Fantastic Mr. Fox, 12 Years a Slave, Philomena, Gone Girl, Birdman, The Revenant, The Big Short and Bohemian Rhapsody) * Village Roadshow Pictures (The Matrix, Space Cowboys, Training Day, Mystic River, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Happy Feet, Sherlock Holmes, The Great Gatsby, The Lego Movie, The Judge, American Sniper, Mad Max: Fury Road, Sully, Passengers and Ready Player One) * Alcon Entertainment (The Affair of the Necklace, The Blind Side, Prisoners, Arrival and Blade Runner 2049) * 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, Selma, The Big Short, Moonlight, If Beale Street Could Talk and Vice) * Legendary Pictures (Batman Begins, Superman Returns, The Dark Knight, Inception, The Town, Interstellar, Unbroken, Steve Jobs, Straight Outta Compton, Carne y Arena, Kong: Skull Island and BlacKkKlansman) * Bold Films (Drive, Whiplash and Nightcrawler) * 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, Birdman, Mad Max: Fury Road, Creed, The Revenant, Suicide Squad, Sully, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Kong: Skull Island, Dunkirk, The Disaster Artist and Ready Player One) * Caravan Pictures/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, Changeling, Frost/Nixon and Solo: A Star Wars Story) * 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, Thirteen, 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, The Danish Girl, Hail Caesar!, Baby Driver, Victoria & Abdul, Darkest Hour and Mary Queen of Scots) * Media Rights Capital (Babel, Ted, Foxcatcher and Baby Driver) * Phoenix Pictures (The People vs. Larry Flynt, The Mirror Has Two Faces, The Thin Red Line and Black Swan) * Cross Creek Pictures (Black Swan, The Ides of March, Hacksaw Ridge and Roman J. Israel, Esq.) * Lakeshore Entertainment (Million Dollar Baby) * Relativity Media (Monster House, The Pursuit of Happyness, 3:10 to Yuma, Atonement, American Gangster, Charlie Wilson's War, Wanted, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Frost/Nixon, A Serious Man, Nine, The Wolfman, Salt, The Social Network, The Fighter, Bridesmaids, Anonymous, Mirror Mirror, Les Misérables and Beyond the Lights) * Jersey Films (Hoffa, Pulp Fiction, Gattaca, Out of Sight and Erin Brockovich) * Castle Rock Entertainment (When Harry Met Sally..., Misery, City Slickers, A Few Good Men, Mr. Saturday Night, In the Line of Fire, The Shawshank Redemption, The American President, Ghosts of Mississippi, Lone Star, Hamlet (1996), Jackie Brown, The Green Mile, A Mighty Wind, Before Sunset, The Polar Express, Michael Clayton and Before Midnight) * Mandalay Pictures (Donnie Brasco, Sleepy Hollow and The Kids Are All Right) * Malpaso Productions (Paint Your Wagon, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, The Outlaw Josey Wales, Heartbreak Ridge, Bird, Unforgiven, The Bridges of Madison County, Space Cowboys, Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby, Flags of Our Fathers, Letters from Iwo Jima, Changeling, Invictus, Hereafter, American Sniper, Sully and A Star Is Born (2018)) * Brooksfilms (The Elephant Man, My Favorite Year, Frances, To Be or Not to Be and The Fly) * Jolie Pas Productions (Unbroken and The Breadwinner) * Scott Rudin Productions (Flatliners, The Addams Family, Searching for Bobby Fischer, The Firm, Addams Family Values, Nobody's Fool, Sabrina, The First Wives Club, Marvin's Room, In & Out, The Truman Show, A Civil Action, South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut, Angela's Ashes, Wonder Boys, The Hours, The Village, Closer, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Queen, Notes on a Scandal, Venus, No Country for Old Men, There Will Be Blood, Doubt, Revolutionary Road, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Julie & Julia, The Social Network, The Way Back, True Grit, Moneyball, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, Moonrise Kingdom, Captain Phillips, Inside Llewyn Davis, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Inherent Vice, Ex Machina, Steve Jobs, Fences, Lady Bird and Isle of Dogs) * Sidney Kimmel Entertainment (United 93, Lars and the Real Girl, The Kite Runner, Moneyball and Hell or High Water) * Bing Crosby Productions/Rysher Entertainment (Road to Rio, High Society, High Time, The Magic Pear Tree, Ben, The Great Santini and Primal Fear) * GK Films (Traffic, Ali, Gangs of New York, The Aviator, The Departed, Blood Diamond, The Young Victoria, The Town, Rango, Hugo, Argo, Allied and Bohemian Rhapsody) * Mirage Enterprises (Absence of Malice, Tootsie, Out of Africa, The Fabulous Baker Boys, Havana, The Firm, Searching for Bobby Fischer, Sense and Sensibility, Sabrina, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Iris, The Quiet American, Cold Mountain, Michael Clayton and The Reader) * Recorded Picture Company (The Last Emperor, Sexy Beast, Pina and Kon-Tiki) * Scott Free Productions (Thelma & Louise, Gladiator, Black Hawk Down, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, American Gangster, Unstoppable, Prometheus, The Martian, All the Money in the World and Blade Runner 2049) * MTV Films (Election, Tupac: Resurrection, Hustle & Flow, Murderball and Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa) * CBS Films (Inside Llewyn Davis, Hell or High Water and At Eternity's Gate) * Senator Film Produktion (Heavenly Creatures, The Motorcycle Diaries, Joyeux Noel and Loveless) * Constantin Film Produktion (Dancer in the Dark, Nowhere in Africa, Downfall, The Baader Meinhof Complex and Paris 36) * Bioskop Film (The Tin Drum) * Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF) (A Simple Story, Angry Harvest, The Nasty Girl, One Day in September, Bowling for Columbine, The Gruffalo, Pina, Mustang, Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah, The Square (2017) and A Fantastic Woman) * Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) (Downfall, The Baader Meinhof Complex and Citizenfour) * Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) (Das Boot, Schtonk, The Dutch Master, Dancer in the Dark, Winged Migration, Downfall, Amour, Toni Erdmann and Loveless) * Hessischer Rundfunk (Mephisto and Bagdad Cafe) * Studio Babelsberg (Jacob the Liar, A Chef in Love, The Painist, The Constant Gardener, The Bourne Ultimatum, The Reader, Inglourious Basterds, In Darkness, Anonymous, The Book Thief, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Bridge of Spies, Never Look Away and Isle of Dogs) * Pathé (Hiroshima Mon Amour, La Dolce Vita, The Leopard, Automania 2000, Woman in the Dunes, Clay or The Origin of Species, Hypothese Beta, Angela's Ashes, Lost in Translation, The Chorus, The Queen, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Slumdog Millionaire, The Duchess, Tropic Thunder, Paris 36, Bright Star, 127 Hours, The Illusionist, The Iron Lady, The Great Beauty, Philomena, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Selma and Youth) * Canal+ (Hamlet (1990), Terminator 2, JFK, Indochinhe, The Mambo Kings, Under Siege, Basic Instinct, Damage, Chaplin, Cliffhanger, Queen Margot, Three Colors: Red, Burnt by the Sun, Il Postino, A Chef in Love, Ridicule, Central Station, East/West, The Straight Story, Humdrum, U-571, The Taste of Others, Vatel, Dancer in the Dark, Amélie, Mulholland Dr., Winged Migration, The Pianist, The Barbarian Invasions, The Triplets of Belleville, The Chorus, The Sea Inside, A Very Long Engagement, Joyeux Noel, March of the Penguins, Days of Glory, The Queen, La Vie en Rose, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, The Class, Paris 36, Coco Before Chanel, Logorama, The Secret of Kells, The White Ribbon, A Prophet, The Illusionist, Outside the Law, The Artist, Albert Nobbs, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Amour, The Invisible War, The Great Beauty, Philomena, Ida, Mr. Turner, Two Days One Night, The Lobster, Mustang, Youth, My Life as a Zucchini, The Red Turtle, Elle, Dunkirk, Loveless, Faces Places and Cold War) * France 3 (Black and White in Color, A Simple Story, Ridicule, East/West, Amélie, Dancer in the Dark, Winged Migration, The Triplets of Belleville, Days of Glory, The Queen, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Persepolis, Paris 36, The White Ribbon, The Illusionist, Outside the Law, A Cat in Paris, The Artist, Amour, Mr. Turner and My Life as a Zucchini) * France 2 (Queen Margot, All About My Mother, The Taste of Others, Winged Migration, The Chorus, Days of Glory, Paris 36, The Class, The Secret of Kells, Coco Before Chanel, A Prophet, Outside the Law, The Great Beauty, Two Days One Night, Youth and Elle) * TF1 (The Last Metro, Cinema Paradiso, Vatel, A Very Long Engagement, Joyeux Noel and La Vie en Rose) * Gaumont (Mon Oncle, Cousin Cousine, To Forget Venice, Three Brothers, Dangerous Moves, Betty Blue, Camille Claudel, The Fifth Element, Vatel and Atonement) * RAI (The Family, Au Revoir les Enfants, Cinema Paradiso, The Star Maker, Downfall, Don't Tell, I Am Love, Fire at Sea and Never Look Away) * Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica (La Strada, War and Peace, The Nights of Cabiria, The Great War, The Agony and the Ecstasy, The Bible: In the Beginning..., Romeo and Juliet, Serpico, Three Days of the Condor, King Kong, The Shootist, The Brink's Job, Ragtime, Dune, Pirates, Blue Velvet, Crimes of the Heart, Buster, Backdraft, DragonHeart, Daylight and U-571) * Cecchi Gori Group Tiger Cinematografica (Sunset, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Mediterraneo, Il Postino, Se7en, The Star Maker, Life Is Beautiful and Silence) * Cineplex-Odeon Films (The Decline of the American Empire, Bagdad Cafe, Street Smart, The Last Temptation of Christ, Jesus of Montreal, My Left Foot, The Grifters and Mr. & Mrs. Bridge) * BRON Studios (Fences and Roman J. Israel, Esq.) * RT Features (Call Me by Your Name) * VideoFilmes (Central Station and City of God) * Patagonik Film Group (Evita and Son of the Bride) * Anonymous Content (21 Grams, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Babel, Winter's Bone, Spotlight, The Revenant and The Wife) * Tollin/Robbins Productions (Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream and Norbit) * Davis Entertainment (Predator, Waterworld, Daylight, I Robot, Norbit, Joy and Ferdinand) * Palomar Pictures/Edgar J. Scherick Associates (For Love of Ivy, They Shot Horses Don't They?, Murmur of the Heart, Sleuth, The Heartbreak Kid, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden, He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin' and Rambling Rose) * Home Box Office (HBO) (A Passage to India, Ironweed, The Appointments of Dennis Jennings, Crack USA: County Under Siege, Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt, 4 Little Girls, Amistad, The Canterbury Tales, Lenny Bruce: Swear to Tell the Truth, Murder on a Sunday Morning, LaLee's Kin: The Legacy of Cotton, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Bowling for Columbine, American Splendor, Maria Full of Grace, Yesterday, Twist of Faith, The Blood of Yingzhou District, The Departed, Borat, Smile Pinki, Tropic Thunder, The Conscience of Nhem En, China's Unnatural Disaster: The Tears of Sichuan Province, GasLand, Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory, Saving Face, Dirty Wars, Blue Jasmine, Iron Man 3, Citizenfour, A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness, O.J.: Made in America, Jim: The James Foley Story, Traffic Stop and RBG) * Showtime Network (Gods and Monsters and Animal Kingdom) * Comedy Central (South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut, Bowling for Columbine and The Big Short) * British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) (The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave, Twelve Monkeys, Jerry Maguire, The Old Lady and the Pigeons, The Canterbury Tales, Primary Colors, Gods and Monsters, A Simple Plan, Hilary and Jackie, One Day in September, Wonder Boys, Billy Elliot, Shadow of the Vampire, Prisoner of Paradise, Bowling for Columbine, Dirty Pretty Things, The Triplets of Belleville, Match Point, Mrs Henderson Presents, Notes on a Scandal, Marie Antoinette, Venus, Eastern Promises, American Gangster, Across the Universe, Charlie Wilson's War, Waltz with Bashir, This Way Up, Man on Wire, The Duchess, Revolutionary Road, Milk, An Education, The Cove, Invictus, In the Loop, Bright Star, The Gruffalo, 127 Hours, Jane Eyre, My Week with Marilyn, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Skyfall, The Invisible Woman, Philomena, Saving Mr. Banks, Brooklyn, Florence Foster Jenkins, Victoria & Abdul and Bohemian Rhapsody) * American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (Man in Space, Charly, Krakatoa: East of Java, A Christmas Carol, Straw Dogs, Kotch, Cabaret, Nashville, Silkwood, Prizzi's Honor, Marvin's Room, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Invictus, The Messenger, Iron Man 3 and Nebraska) * Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) (Just Another Missing Kid, Brooklyn Bridge, Bridge to Freedom: 1965, Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II, D-Day Remembered, Hoop Dreams, Prisoner of Paradise, Last Days in Vietnam, Interstellar, Abacus: Small Enough for Jail and RBG) * WGBH (The Bostonians, D-Day Remembered, Special Effects: Anything Can Happen, Mrs. Brown, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, Encounters at the End of the World, Food, Inc. and Julie & Julia) * Discovery Communications (Crimson Tide, Face/Off, Talk to Her, Taxi to the Dark Side, Man on Wire, Encounters at the End of the World, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Nebraska and Racing Extinction) * National Geographic (Bowling for Columbine, March of the Penguins, The Way Back and Free Solo) * The Ladd Company (Outland, Chariots of Fire, Blade Runner, The Right Stuff, Braveheart and Gone Baby Gone) * Annapurna Pictures (The Master, Zero Dark Thirty, The Grandmaster, Her, American Hustle, Foxcatcher, Joy, 20th Century Women, Phantom Thread, If Beale Street Could Talk, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs and Vice) * Revolution Studios (Black Hawk Down, Click, Across the Universe, Hellboy II: The Golden Army and Straight Outta Compton) * DC Comics/Entertainment (Superman, Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, Catch Me If You Can, Batman Begins, Superman Returns, The Dark Knight and Suicide Squad) * Dark Horse Comics (The Mask, American Splendor and Hellboy II: The Golden Army) * Scholastic (Doctor DeSoto, The Golden Compass and Boyhood) * Dick Clark Productions (Taxi Driver, Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins, Peggy Sue Got Married, When Harry Met Sally..., Forrest Gump and Rise of the Planet of the Apes) * The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Two Arabian Knights, The Racket, Prelude to War, The Bad and the Beautiful, Susan Slept Here, A Star Is Born (1954), Rear Window, Vertigo, Spartacus, My Fair Lady, The Oscar, California Suite, Chaplin and The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara) * Interscope Communications/Radar Pictures (Roommates, Mr. Holland's Opus, What Dreams May Come, The Pianist and The Last Samurai) * 3 Arts Entertainment (Girl Interrupted, The Matrix, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, The Blind Side, Unbroken and 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi) * Carolco Pictures (Tribute, Rambo: First Blood Part II, Music Box, Total Recall, Hamlet (1990), Terminator 2, Rambling Rose, Basic Instinct, Chaplin and Cliffhanger) * Propaganda Films (Wild at Heart, Alien³, The Portrait of a Lady, Sleepers, Being John Malkovich and Adaptation.) * Walden Media (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Wonder) * Google (The Final Inch, Blue Valentine, Skyfall and Pearl) * The Coca-Cola Company (The Great Muppet Caper, Leaving Las Vegas, The Fifth Element, Central Station, Monster's Ball, Pieces of April, Shark Tale and Frost/Nixon) * United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport and The Reader) * Amazon Studios (The Salesman, Manchester by the Sea, The Big Sick and Cold War) * Netflix (The Square (2013), Virunga, What Happened Miss Simone?, Winter on Fire: Ukraine's Fight for Freedom, Extremis, The White Helmets, 13th, Heroin(e), Icarus, Strong Island, On Body and Soul, Mudbound, End Game, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Period. End of Sentence. and Roma) * Australian Film Finance Corporation (Green Card, The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, Shine, Oscar and Lucinda and Bright Star) * Golden Harvest Company (The Tempest) * Shaw Brothers (Meteor and Blade Runner) * Huayi Brothers (Molly's Game) * China Film Co-Production Corporation (The Last Emperor, Ju Dou, Raise the Red Lantern, Farewell My Concubine, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Hero, House of Flying Daggers, The Kite Runner, Iron Man 3 and Her) * Sil-Metropole Organisation (Hero and The Grandmaster) * Alibaba Pictures (Star Trek Beyond) * Bona Film Group (Joyeux Noel and The Greatest Showman) * Tencent Pictures (Kong: Skull Island) * Media Asia Films (Shine and The Departed) * Starlight Culture Entertainment Group (Marshall)
Also to get to know about this list, check my other Oscar Legends lists that are on IMDb. Finally this list is also to be a resume list of Academy Award films these directors to producers have made.
For that is not is on the list are companies that had involvement with Academy Award films while not doing the production.
* Broadway Video (Poetic Justice, On the Ropes, Lost in Translation, Julie & Julia and A Star Is Born) * Funny or Die (Boyhood) * Ralph Edwards Productions (Scrooged and Avalon) * Nelvana (Ryan) * Bardel Entertainment (Anastasia, The Prince of Egypt and Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron) * House of Cool Studios (Rio, Hugo and Ferdinand) * Cuppa Coffee Studios (Eastern Promises) * C.O.R.E. (Fly Away Home and The Time Machine) * Rainmaker Studios (Titanic, Armageddon, A Simple Plan and I, Robot) * DiC Entertainment (Short Cuts) * FilmFair (The Periwig-Maker) * Titmouse (Her) * Colossal Pictures/WildBrain (The Black Stallion, One from the Heart, The Right Stuff, The Cotton Club, Top Gun, Children of a Lesser God, Peggy Sue Got Married, Tucker: The Man and His Dream, Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt and Dracula) * Kurtz & Friends (City Slickers, Jurassic Park and Minority Report) * Rick Reinert Production (Mrs. Doubtfire) * Curious Pictures (Star Trek: The Motion Picture and Black Swan) * Oh! Production (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, La Maison en Petits Cubes, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, When Marine Was There and Mirai) * Production I.G (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle and The Tale of the Princess Kaguya) * Doga Kobo (Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya and When Marine Was There) * Studio Deen, Gainax, AIC and Studio Hibari (Spirited Away) * Shaft (Spirited Away and Mirai) * Gonzo (Howl's Moving Castle) * Studio Khara (The Wind Rises and When Marnie Was There) * Telecom Animation Film (Spirited Away and The Wind Rises) * Toei Animation (War of the Worlds) * Tatsunoko Production (The Lego Movie, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, When Marine Was There and Ready Player One) * Vega Entertainment, David Production, C2C, Studio Comet, Nippon Animation, Studio Pierrot, Bones, Studio 4°C and Studio A.P.P.P. (The Tale of the Princess Kaguya) * Liden Films and Magic Bus (The Tale of the Princess Kaguya and Mirai) * Pacific Animation Corporation/Disney Animation Japan/The Answer Studio (The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, When Marine Was There and Mirai) * Studio Ponoc, A-1 Pictures, MAPPA, CoMix Wave Films, Kinema Citrus, Shin-Ei Animation, White Fox, and Satelight (Mirai) * Kodansha (Ready Player One and Mirai) * Shueisha and Gakken (Mirai) * Takara Tomy (Transformers, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and The Muppets) * TV Asahi (Lost in Translation) * MTV (Toys, The Bodyguard, Mr. Saturday Night, Being John Malkovich, American Splendor, Lost in Translation, Shark Tale, Sideways, Tropic Thunder, Straight Outta Compton and Amy) * Nickelodeon (Big Fish, War of the Worlds, The Big Sick, Vice and Ready Player One) * Spike TV (Tropic Thunder) * National Broadcasting Company (NBC) (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Splash, Little Shop of Horrors, Scrooged, Avalon, Forrest Gump, Crimson Tide, Vanilla Sky, American Splendor, Lost in Translation, A Mighty Wind, Julie & Julia and RBG) * Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) (My Fair Lady, Cabaret, Back to the Future, Little Shop of Horrors, Crimson Tide, Jerry Maguire, I Am Sam, Vanilla Sky, Catch Me If You Can, An Inconvenient Truth, Salt, Argo, American Hustle, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Straight Outta Compton, Vice and Ready Player One) * Sony Pictures Television (Basic Instinct, Apollo 13, Wonder Boys, Borat, Little Children, The Lovely Bones, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Straight Outta Compton) * 20th Century Fox Television (Bulworth, Unfaithful, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Birdman, Steve Jobs and Avengers: Infinity War) * Nintendo (Damage, Talk to Her, Wreck-It Ralph and Boyhood) * Capcom (Wreck-It Ralph, Ready Player One and Ralph Breaks the Internet) * Konami (Lost in Translation, Wreck-It Ralph, Ready Player One and Ralph Breaks the Internet) * Sega Sammy (Terminator 2, Lost in Translation, Wreck-It Ralph, Ready Player One and Ralph Breaks the Internet) * Microsoft (Avatar, 13 Hours and Ready Player One) * Disney Interactive (Lilo & Stitch, Finding Nemo, Ratatouille, WALL·E, Bolt, Up, The Princess and the Frog, Toy Story 3, Tangled, Brave, Wreck-It Ralph, Frozen, Big Hero 6, Inside Out and Zootopia) * Atari (Superman, TRON, Terminator 2, The Pursuit of Happyness, WALL·E, TRON: Legacy, Wreck-It Ralph, Ready Player One and Ralph Breaks the Internet) * Electronic Arts and Mojang AB (Wonder and Ready Player One) * Rare, Square Enix and Activision Blizzard (Ready Player One) * McDonald's Corporation (Mickey's Christmas Carol, Coming to America and The Fifth Element) * Playboy Enterprises (Beverly Hills Cop II, Forest Gump, Big Fish and The Muppets) * Archie Comics (The Shawshank Redemption) * Penguin Random House (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Reader and Rabbit Hole) * Mattel (Mickey's Christmas Carol, Toy Story 2, The Kids Are All Right, Toy Story 3, Salt and Ready Player One)
Rows 1-111: Famous Directors Rows 112-158: Animation Giants Rows 159-170: Filmmakers that are better as writers Rows 171-197: Producers Rows 198-329: Crew Members and others
Newest updated: For what is not on the list are a list of non movie company corporations that had some involvement and funding for Academy Award nominated movies that are: * Pizza Hut (Hoop Dreams) * Burger King (The Squid and the Whale and American Hustle) * Subway Sandwiches (Terminator 2: Judgment Day) * Planet Hollywood (Twelve Monkeys) * Entertainment Weekly (Vertigo and Tropic Thunder) * Rolling Stone (Iron Man, Ted and X-Men: Days of Future Past) * Kraft Foods and Dunkin' Donuts (Blue Valentine) * Krispy Kreme (Pieces of April) * Nike (Rocky III, Scrooged, Forrest Gump, Contact, The Squid and the Whale, Juno, Rabbit Hole, Dallas Buyers Club, Blue Jasmine, Still Alice, 13 Hours and Lady Bird) * Dell Computers (A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Minority Report and Blue Valentine) * L'Oréal Paris (Talk to Her) * Barnes & Noble and J.C. Penney (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) * Carl's Jr./Hardee's (The Big Short) * Pepsi-Cola Company (Heart Like a Wheel, Radio Days, Stand and Deliver, The Grifters, Total Recall, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, The Hurt Locker, Blue Valentine, Warrior and Silver Linings Playbook) * Hershey's (E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial) * General Mills (Superman) * Starbucks (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, I Am Sam and Shrek 2) * Baskin-Robbins and Albertson's (Super Size Me) * Blockbuster Video (Monster's Ball and Shark Tale) * Nabisco (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and Monster's Ball * Quaker Oats (Monster's Ball) * Sports Illustrated (Forest Gump, Monster's Ball and O.J.: Made in America) * Sea World (The Living Sea) * AT&T (2010, RoboCop and I Am Sam) * Target (I Am Sam) * Nestle Foods Corporation (Wreck-It Ralph) * Samsung Corporation (Creed) * FedEx (One Fine Day, The Preacher's Wife, Up Close & Personal, The Matrix, Cast Away, Shadow of the Vampire, I Robot, American Gangster and The Secret of Kells) * HarperCollins (Unfaithful, Ice Age, Little Children and Rabbit Hole) * Simon & Schuster (Vanilla Sky) * Old Navy (Blue Jasmine) * Calvin Klein (The Horse Whisperer, Talk to Her, The Devil Wears Prada and Blue Jasmine)
Rows 1-41:Theatrical movies Rows 42: Direct to video films Rows 43-71: Short films Rows 72-81: TV specials Rows 82-120: TV series Rows 121-127: Video games that have their input into them while being uncredited
Django Unchained (2012)
Quentin Tarantino's best next to Pulp Fiction and a good tribute to not only western films, but the directors who mentor Quentin.
This movie to me is one of the best movies of 2012 and Quentin Tarantino's best movie that is great as his other masterpiece Pulp Fiction. The story is about a slave Jango (the "D" is silent) played by Jamie Foxx rescued by a bounty hunter (played by Quentin Tarantino's lucky acting cram Christoph Waltz in another best acting role of his). They soon become partners in the bounty hunting bushiness and plan to rescue Django's wife held as a slave by the villainous Leonardo DiCaprio (in a great role of his career) and the evil and sneaky Samuel L. Jackson (who turns out is the real brains behind this slave ring). The action is great and pretty funny like most Quentin's films and it is not only a great tribute to Spaghetti Westerns by Quentin, but to me a great tribute to the two directors who help Mr. Tarantino make his first movie Tony Scott and Ulu Grosbard who died on the year of this film's release before it came out. I notice the tributes to them in this film more than other people did. For Ulu Grosbard, Quentin pay tributes to his films such as True Confessions (the partnership with Dr. King Schultz and Django), Falling in Love (Django and his wife's romance), The Deep End of the Ocean (Broomhilda surprised to have finally meet Django again) and Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? (in scenes including Jamie Foxx in a snow hill scene in the same way as Dustin Hoffman in the movie). For Tony Scott, it was mostly the action scenes (especially the big battle in Candy Land) are tributes to his films True Romance, Enemy of the State, The Last Boy Scout and Domino. What should of make the film better is that the credits should of have "Dedicated to Ulu and Tony" the same as Clint Eastwood dedicated Unforgiven to Sergio Leone and Don Siegel. But along with "In Memory of Sally Menke and J. Michael Riva". That was the only thing that I criticize the movie about is Quentin should of dedicated his movie to Tony Scott, Ulu Grosbard, Sally Menke and J. Michael Riva who died before the film was release. Over all, this is still a great movie and very good tributes to Western and Tony Scott and Ulu Grosbard. I say its worth checking out, if you love colorful funny bloody action and Quentin films you will love it. Its funny, action packed, original and has good acting and action.
What happens when you combined the elements of the Coen Brothers with Laurel-and-Hardy and Home Alone, you get Mousehunt
This is one of my favorite comedies that I love and this is the film that made audiences skip Home Alone 3, to see this. While I love Home Alone and I am a fan of slap stick, this film is much better with the slap stick than Home Alone 3. This film is is the debut of Gore Verbinski (famous for the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy and Rango) who does a really good job at mixing the elements of the Coen Brothers with Laurel-and-Hardy and John Huges in this funny movie. Although I love John Huges and I am one of his fans, Gore Verbinski had beating him in that year for the funniest slap stick movie. The humor is golden and laugh out loud and it has some wonderful Christopher Walken moments in it. If you are a fan of Home Alone and want something new in the slap stick world besides Home Alone 3. Rent this movie, it is a very funny film you and your kids will enjoy and laugh.
12 Years a Slave (2013)
Best movie since Schindler's List and the slave version of it.
Just saw it last week and was really powerful and a masterpiece as Schindler's List. The story is haunting and makes you feel you are in that time period. I really want this win Best Picture for the 86th Academy Awards and also win for Best Director Steve McQueen and have him become the first black director to win Best Director. Why? The acting from the main character is amazing, as well as Michael Fassbender who plays a crazy religious drunk slave owner and is become one of the best actors of the 21st century. The direction by Steve McQueen is gold and the best I have seen since Steven Spilberge for Saving Pravite Ryan and again Schindler's List and Tom Hooper for The King's Speech. The other stuff that I like was the music score by Hans Zimmer while although it feels the same as he did Inception, it is haunting and powerful as his scores to The Thin Red Line and Galdiator. The script by Undercover Brother's John Ridley which is pure gold and some of the art and costumes as well. If you are looking for a good movie that goes with Schindler's List and Grave of the Firefiles. This is a masterpiece to go see and put in that collection.
The Haunting (1999)
Like Comic Book Guy would say, Worst Remake EVER!
After seeing a trailer to the original movie of this. I find this remake is insulting to the original and the great Robert Wise. The story is too Disneyish, that idiot Jan de Bont thinks he can do good but make things crap. The CGI is cartoon, Liam Neleson is really bad in this (and this goes as one of his worst performances next the Clash of the Titans remake), Owen Willson is so annoying that he makes you castrate yourself and this whole power of love thing is getting tired and makes me angry. And to make things bad, the great Steven Spielberg who was influenced by Robert Wise had involvement in it. But lucky after this abomination, he announced that he will never work with Jan de Bont forever and has the same thing as George Lucas has with the Star Wars Holiday Special which is prevented this film to be released on Blu-ray and it's a good thing Spielberg had his named uncredited in this awful movie. Which means that Steven Spielberg is the guy who said that The Lost World and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is okay, while this remake is the project is the thing that he is personally ashamed of. Let me repeat that again. The Lost World and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull: okay. The remake of The Haunting: Personally ashamed of. My advice see the original Haunting it is more better, it has a good ghost story, great Psychology horror, has better character development and has no cartoon CGI, annoying characters, and stupid Disney good vs evil story in which piece of garbage has and should never be on DVD or Blu- ray.
Little Monsters (1989)
A miserable film
I have to agree with The Nostalgia Critic, after seeing Little Monsters. It is not funny and is a miserable and depressing movie. At first when I saw the cover of the movie, I thought this might not be bad. But when I saw boy was I wrong. Here are the problems why this film is miserable and not funny. Fred Savage plays a awful kid who gets his mean-spirited nature from cruel dad played by Daniel Stern (not even this half-ass Wonder Years reunion could save it). The pranks are super awful especially the putting plastic on the toilet which is really cruel to women. Howie Mandel (even though he is trying to be funny and is close) plays the same monster who's weakness is light from Joe Dante's Gremlins but with a style of being the second member to the Supernatural Fast Talking Annoying Dick Club (the first was with Beetlejuice to it's newest member Wilfred the Dog). The script is somehow written by newcomers at that time the writer duo Terry Rossio and Ted Elliott (who would latter write more classical children films like Aladdin (where that film got it's supernatural annoying dick from), the first Shrek movie and Treasure Planet) who wrote this to punish kids or maybe hatted kids at that time. The monster world is too dark and red for a kid's film while going under the bed is interesting. The visuals are too scary to be a PG rating. Also the film need to be a PG-13 rating also to the language and this was back then when the people who rating films were not well and were too lazy. Finally, it has measurable things like kids being blamed and yelled from their at for the pranks Fred Savage and Howie Mandel made (oh my god!) and it's also good not to see some of the parents beat them up. Then to make it more miserable it has separation which kids really don't need to see their film until it has a better idea and is not too measurable. Lastly it is very too mean-spirited for a comedy (sometimes it can work if it has a meaning and this film doesn't) and kid's thing. And is on the the awful mean-spirited media next to Drop Dead Fred, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Wilfred which are things I can't stand. This film is know to start the downfall of Fred Savage's fame and staring in movies (if though The Wizard was bad, this is worst) and Howie Mandel appearing in fewer movies. I have to say this film is the evil big brother to Pixar's Monsters, Inc. and if you want a good family film to watch with kids, watch Monsters, Inc. instead of this depression piece of crap that can scar and frighting your kids to pain.