Top 10 Oscar Nominees: 30-something category

This is the YEAR OF THE 30-somethings.

Case in point:

1. Beast of the Southern Wild: directed by Benh Zeitlin (1982) who co-wrote the screenplay with childhood friend Lucy Alibar (1982) who says she “found influence in films like “Babe” (1995) and Steven Spielberg’s “E.T.” (1982)”, Best Picture Nominee and Best Directing Nominee

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2. No: Takes place in the 198o’s in Chile, Directed by Pablo Larrain (1976) and starring Gabriel Garcia Bernal (1978), Best Foreign Picture Nominee

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3. Silver Linings Playbook: written by Matthew Quick (1976), starring Bradley Cooper (1975), Best Picture Nominee and Best Actor Nominee

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4. Django Unchained: starring Leonardo DiCaprio (1974), Kerry Washington (1977): Best Picture Nominee (*This also was filmed outside my “hometown”, Jackson Hole-an amazing experience to meet these folks!)

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5. The Master: starring  (1974), Best Actor Nominee Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams (1974)5275101_std 500full

6. Zero Dark Thirty: starring Jessica Chastain (1977), Best Picture Nominee and Best Actress Nominee

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7. Les Miz: starring Anne Hathaway (1982), Best Picture Nominee and Best Supporting Actress Nominee

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8.  Searching for Sugar Man: Malik Bendjelloul (1977), Best Documentary Film Nominee

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9. Argo: plot based on the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis, Best Picture Nominee

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10. 5 Broken Cameras: Best Documentary Film Nominee

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