Director: Raúl Ruiz, Mysteries of Lisbon (76/8)
Actress: Keira Knightley, A Dangerous Method (80/9)
Actor: Gary Oldman, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (74/8)
S. Actor: Christoph Waltz, Carnage (85/11)
S. Actress: Carey Mulligan, Shame (102/8)
Screenplay: Jonathan Raymond, Meek's Cutoff (50/7)
Scene: Paul confesses, Tuesday, After Christmas (66/6)
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Ruiz's only previous appearance was at #18 for Time Regained (2000). Apparently he should have stuck exclusively to really long adaptations of classic literature.
All veterans today. Knightley previously placed 13th for Pride & Prejudice (2005) and 20th for Atonement (2007). Oldman's only nod prior to this one was at #18 in Supporting for The Contender (2000). Waltz of course won Supporting Actor two years ago for Inglourious Basterds, and now proves that it wasn't a fluke. (The film's other winner, Mélanie Laurent, did not place for Beginners, so the fluke jury is still out.) And Mulligan landed at #7 in the lead category that same year for An Education.
Raymond co-wrote Old Joy (2006), which placed 16th in Screenplay. His script for Wendy and Lucy didn't make the cut.