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Make your picks of the years top pictures

BEST PICTURE
q Amour q Argo q Beasts of the Southern Wild q Django Unchained q Les Misrables q Life of Pi q Lincoln q Silver Linings Playbook q Zero Dark Thirty q Amour, Michael Haneke q Django Unchained, Quentin 
Tarantino q Flight, John Gatins q Moonrise Kingdom,  Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola q Zero Dark Thirty, Mark  Boal

OSCAR BALLOT
BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY BEST MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING
q Hitchcock q The Hobbit: An Unexpected 
Journey

and keep score on Hollywoods big night

q Les Misrables

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE


q Anna Karenina, Dario Marianelli  q Argo, Alexandre Desplat q Life of Pi, Mychael Danna q Lincoln, John Williams q Skyfall, Thomas Newman

Keira Knightley in Anna Karenina

BEST DIRECTOR
q Michael Haneke, Amour q Ang Lee, Life of Pi q David O. Russell, Silver Linings 
Playbook

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
q Anna Karenina q Django Unchained q Life of Pi q Lincoln q Skyfall

BEST ORIGINAL SONG


q Before My Time (from Chasing Ice) q Everybody Needs a Best Friend (from 
Ted)

BEST SOUND EDITING


q Argo q Django Unchained q Life of Pi q Skyfall q Zero Dark Thirty

q Steven Spielberg, Lincoln q Benh Zeitlin, Beasts of the Southern 


Wild

BEST ACTOR
q Bradley Cooper, 
Silver Linings Playbook q Daniel  Day-Lewis, Lincoln q Hugh Jackman,  Les Misrables q Joaquin Phoenix, The Master  q Denzel Washington (above),  Flight

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE


q Brave q Frankenweenie q ParaNorman q The Pirates! Band of Misfits q Wreck-It Ralph

q Pis Lullaby (from Life of Pi) q Skyfall (from Skyfall) q Suddenly (from Les Misrables)
Daniel Craig in Skyfall

BEST SOUND MIXING


q Argo q Les Misrables q Life of Pi (r.) q Lincoln q Skyfall

BEST COSTUME DESIGN


q Anna Karenina q Les Misrables q Lincoln q Mirror Mirror q Snow White and the Huntsman

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS


q The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey q Life of Pi q Marvels The Avengers q Prometheus q Snow White and the Huntsman

BEST ACTRESS
q Jessica Chastain, Zero 
Dark Thirty q Jennifer Lawrence, Silver  Linings Playbook q Emmanuelle Riva, Amour  q Quvenzhan Wallis,  Beasts of the Southern Wild q Naomi Watts, The  Impossible

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE


q 5 Broken Cameras q The Gatekeepers q How to Survive a Plague q The Invisible War q Searching for Sugar Man

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN


q Anna Karenina q The Hobbit: An Unexpected 
Journey

BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT


q Inocente q Kings Point q Mondays at Racine q Open Heart q Redemption

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR


q Alan Arkin, Argo q Robert De Niro, Sil
ver Linings Playbook

q Les Misrables q Life of Pi q Lincoln

BEST FILM EDITING


q Argo q Life of Pi q Lincoln q Silver Linings Playbook q Zero Dark Thirty

BEST ANIMATED SHORT


q Adam and Dog q Fresh Guacamole q Head Over Heels q Maggie Simpson in The 
Longest Daycare

q Philip Seymour Hoff


man, The Master

q Tommy Lee Jones, 


Lincoln q Christoph Waltz, Djan go Unchained

q Paperman

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS


q Amy Adams (r.), The 
Master q Sally Field, Lincoln q Anne Hathaway, Les  Misrables q Helen Hunt, The Sessions q Jacki Weaver, Silver Linings  Playbook

BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM


q Amour (Austria) q Kon-Tiki (Norway) q No (Chile) q A Royal Affair (Denmark) q War Witch (Canada)
Hugh Jackman in Les Misrables
SPLASH NEWS

BEST LIVE-ACTION SHORT


q Asad q Buzkashi Boys q Curfew q Death of a Shadow (Dood 
van een Schaduw)

Quvenzhan Wallis in Beasts of the Southern Wild

q Henry

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY


q Argo, Chris Terrio q Beasts of the Southern Wild, 
Lucy Alibar and Benh Zeitlin

q Life of Pi, David Magee q Lincoln, Tony Kushner q Silver Linings Playbook, 
David O. Russell

The Academy Awards air tonight at 8:30 on ABC, following red carpet at 7.