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The National Geographic Society is pleased to announce the winners of our 2016 National Cinema Awards for the best feature-length films of the year.
The nominations are: The Last of Us, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Shape of Water, The Neon Demon, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, The Theory of Everything, The Revenant, The Danish Girl, and The Reaping.
The Best Feature Film category was voted on by a panel of the film industry and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which comprises the film’s Academy members, executives, directors, producers, writers, and cast members.
The Academy also includes producers of film, TV, and digital content.
Included in the list are the winners for the Best Director and Best Screenplay categories.
In addition, we also recognize the outstanding documentary, short, short feature, and short-form films that helped define the past year.
In the Best Soundtrack category, we are thrilled to see that a new record has been set for best soundtrack of a film, surpassing the previous record held by the soundtrack of The Dark Knight.
Other nominees include The Shape Of Water, which was nominated for Best Sound Mixing, and the film that inspired it, The Martian, which won Best Sound Editing and Sound Mix.
Other nominees for this year’s National Cinema Award include The Reaching, which earned the Academy’s award for Outstanding Sound Mix, and two other films that were nominated in the Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress categories.
The best supporting actor for the film was the award winner for the Oscar-nominated David Oyelowo.
The second-best supporting actress was that of Rachel McAdams, who was nominated in Best Supporting Performance.
The Best Foreign Language Film category saw an influx of awards in the form of Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenwriting, and Best Cinematography.
In recognition of these categories, the Academy will be holding its 2017 National Cinema Screenplay Awards at the Academy.
In addition to the Best Feature, Best Foreign-Language, and Soundtrack categories, we will also be celebrating the 75th anniversary of the National Geographic Channel.
National Geographic will present an evening screening of the Academy Award-winning documentary, The Big Short.
National Geographic Society Awards, National Cinema, 2017, National Geographic Theatre, Hollywood, CA, April 22, 2017The nominees for National Geographic’s 50th Anniversary include:Best Feature, Feature Film, and Short Film of the Year:The Shape of DarknessBest Film, Short Film: The Reforming of Al GoreBest Foreign Language Feature: The Neon DiariesBest Documentary: The Theory Of EverythingBest Soundtrack: The Danish GirlsBest Supporting Actor: David OyelsowoBest Supporting Actress: Rachel McAdamBest Supporting Director: Rachel HodgeBest Supporting Screenplay: The Big SpotBest Sound Editing: John WilliamsBest Sound Mix: The MartianBest Foreign-language Film: Al GoreThe Reforming Of Al Gore Best Documentary Feature: Neon DiaristBest Foreign Documentary Film: Neon DemonBest Documental Short Film, Soundtrack, and Feature: How To Be HumanBest Documentalist: Rachel DavisBest Foreign Film, Feature: Tumult: The Rise and Fall of the Ancient Roman EmpireBest Documentative Short Film Soundtrack and Feature Film: Tumpin The KidBest Foreign Short Film Feature: No Country For Old MenBest Documentarian Short Film and Feature Feature: PaddingtonBest Documentaries: The Red Badge Of CourageBest Documenting Feature: American DreamsThe ReachingBest Documentist: Rachel RobinsonBest Documentation Short Film Screenplay and Feature, Sound: The ShapeOf DarknessThe Reformed Of Al George Best Documental Feature: ReachingThe ReapingBest Documenter: David Hodge