Director: Paul Thomas Anderson, The Master (270/23)
Actress: Ann Dowd, Compliance (289/21)
Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln (368/26)
S. Actor: Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained (310/26)
S. Actress: Jennifer Ehle, Zero Dark Thirty (221/19)
Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino, Django Unchained (225/22)
Scene: Informal processing, The Master (169/15)
In addition to the win and other "nomination" noted below, Anderson placed 7th for Boogie Nights (1997) and 8th for Punch-Drunk Love (2002). Only for Hard Eight did he fail to place in the top 10 (and the bottom 10).
Day-Lewis finally lands somewhere other #1—he has two previous appearances, two wins, noted below. Waltz, in addition to his previous outright win, placed 13th in the same category last year for Carnage. Ehle also makes it two in a row, having landed at #15 in the same category for Contagion. Dowd is new.
In addition to his "nominations," Tarantino placed 13th in Screenplay for Jackie Brown (1997), 8th for Kill Bill Vol. 2 (2004), and 6th for Grindhouse (2007). This is his second time as runner-up, as his script for Kill Bill Vol. 1 was bested by Craig Lucas' for The Secret Lives of Dentists (one of my favorite Skandie champs).