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Published: Mon, January 30, 2017
Entertainment | By Alexander Flowers

Oscar nominations 2017: Complete coverage


Can "La La Land" tie the record for most nominations?

With multiple nominations for actors and filmmakers of color, the two-year #OscarsSoWhite streak has finally been broken.

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The 14 nods for "La La Land", including best picture, best actress for Emma Stone, best actor for Ryan Gosling and best director for Chazelle, matched the record hauls of 1997's "Titanic" and 1950's "All About Eve". He'll compete against Jeff Bridges, who coincidentally was also nominated for playing a Texas lawman, in "Hell or High Water". "Moonlight", "Fences" and "Hidden Figures" were each nominated for best picture.

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They had counter-attack, really clear moments, where they had chances. "The gaffer has come in and the way we train with the intensity is so tough".

Meanwhile, the tightest category this year may be Best Actress.

Nominations for best documentary feature included "I Am Not Your Negro" directed by Raoul Peck, "O.J.: Made in America", directed by Ezra Edelman, and Netflix documentary "13th" directed by Ava DuVernay. Bradford Young of "Arrival" was just the second black cinematographer nominated.

Barry Jenkins, the writer and director behind "Moonlight", could become the biggest story of awards season should he nab Best Director at the 89th Academy Awards next month.

This image released by Roadside Attractions and Amazon Studios shows Michelle Williams, left, and Casey Affleck in a scene from "Manchester By The Sea". Last year's broadcast, which host Chris Rock introduced as "the White People's Choice Awards", drew 34.4 million viewers, an eight-year-low.

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