02 February 2018
Picture: On the Beach at Night Alone (72/6)
Director: Errol Morris, Wormwood (52/7)
Actress: Garance Marillier, Raw (57/7)
Actor: James Franco, The Disaster Artist (59/6)
S. Actor: Paul Walter Hauser, I, Tonya (51/6)
S. Actress: Kirsten Dunst, The Beguiled (44/5)
Screenplay: James Gray, The Lost City of Z (55/7)
Scene: Charlie Coachman buys a soda, The Florida Project (39/4)
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Morris finished 3rd in 1997 for Fast, Cheap & out of Control, but had not placed again until now (even when The Fog of War landed at #11 in Picture).
A previous Skandie winner for Supporting Actor (Spring Breakers, 2013), Franco joins the Five-Timers Club (not an actual thing); he's also placed 13th in Supporting for Pineapple Express (2008), 15th in Supporting for Milk (also 2008), and 3rd in the lead category for 127 Hours (2010). Dunst makes it half a dozen—three out of the six in films directed by Ms. Coppola—with previous appearances at #12s (The Virgin Suicides, 2000), #16 (crazy/beautiful, 2001), #10s (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, 2004), #16 (Marie Antoniette, 2006), and #4 (Melancholia, 2011). Marillier and Hauser are new.
Gray's screenplays for Two Lovers (2009) and The Immigrant (2014), both cowritten by Ric Menello, placed 12th and 17th, respectively.
Posted by md'a at 8:52 AM
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Paul Walter Hauser. Good to see I'm not the only one to recognize his movie-stealing excellence. And remind me: What was that Florida Project scene again?
Dafoe chasing the pervert away.
Worst seen in the movie.
I forgot to see the city of zombies picture. :(
Good job, other Marillier and Gray voters...
I liked that TFP scene but didn't have room for it on my ballot. Def not the wurst seen.
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