OSCARS 2022. The Oscars announce this Tuesday, February 8 the list of nominations for the 2022 ceremony. This will be held on March 27, 2022.
Oscars: where and at what time to follow the 2022 nominations?
[Mis à jour le 8 février 2022 à 11h02] It’s the big day for moviegoers around the world: the Oscars announce this Tuesday, February 8, the list of nominations for the 2022 ceremony. This will be held on March 27 and will be broadcast live and unencrypted as always on Canal++ in France at night. The list of films in competition this year will be unveiled today from 5:18 a.m. on the PST time zone, or 2:18 p.m. French time.
To follow the announcement of the nominations for the event, which are made a month and a half before the ceremony, you can go to the official website, but also the official accounts of the Academy on social networks. For now, we don’t know the favorite movies, but we can expect to see Dunes, West Side Story, Licorice Pizza, or The Power of the Dog already mentioned during the Golden Globes, in 2022 selection.
We also invite you to follow the video below the announcement of the 2022 Oscar nominations live.
For the moment, the nominations for the Oscars 2022 are not yet known. The list will be unveiled this Tuesday, February 8, 2022, live on the official website of the academy, but also on the social networks (Twitter, Facebook, Youtube) of the event. The announcement of the 2022 Oscar nominations begins at 5:18 a.m. Pacific Time, i.e. 2:18 p.m. French time.
Which films would be favorites for the Oscars? After a year of scarcity marked by the pandemic, the year 2022 could mark the return of super-production in competition, as the winners of the Golden Globes have shown. We can thus think of Dunes or the musical West Side Story.
The Power of the Dog is also among the favorites, with an expected nomination (and win?) from Jane Campion for Best Direction. Dying can wait may also be among the nominations, including a citation for the song by Billie Eilish “No Time to Die”, just like Encanto for the statuette for the best-animated film and the best original song (“Let’s not talk about Bruno”).
Other films to expect in the 2022 nominations include Belfast by Kenneth Branagh, Licorice Pizza by Paul Thomas Anderson, Don’t Look Up, or The Williams Method.
As for the nomination of actors and actresses, we can imagine nominations for Andrew Garfield (tick, tick… BOOM!), Will Smith (The Williams Method), Peter Dinklage (Cyrano) or even Benedict Cumberbatch (The Power of the dog) for men; Lady Gaga (House of Gucci), Olivia Coleman (The Lost Daughter), Penelope Cruz (Madres Paralelas), or even Nicole Kidman (Being the Ricardos) on the female side.
The Oscars can nevertheless create a surprise, which is why we must wait to know the complete nominations before making predictions on the winners. This will be known on March 27.
The next edition of the Oscars will be held in 2022. Due to the pandemic that has affected the world’s population since March 2020, the Academy has decided to postpone the ceremony. Instead of taking place in February, as is usually the case, the 94th edition of the Oscars will take place on 27 March 2022still at the Hollywood Dolby Theatre.
The winners of the Oscars 2022 are not yet known. Last year, Nomadland directed by Chloé Zhao emerged as the big winner of this 2021 ceremony. The feature film, a fresco on mourning and resilience, won three prizes in the main categories: the Oscar for best film, the Oscar for best director, and the Oscar for Best Actress for Frances McDormand.
Chloé Zhao becomes the second woman to win the Oscar for directing since the creation of the award ceremony and the first of Asian origin. Absent from the evening, Anthony Hopkins however, won the Oscar for best actor 2021, thanks to his interpretation in the film The Father. Below, is the complete list of winners from the last Oscars ceremony.
- Best Picture Oscar: Nomadland
- Oscar for Best Actor: Anthony Hopkins (The Father)
- Oscar for Best Actress: Frances McDormand (Nomadland)
- Oscar for Best Supporting Actor: Daniel Kaluuya (Judas and the Black Messiah)
- Oscar for Best Supporting Actress: Youn Juh-yung (Minari)
- Oscar for Best Director: Chloe Zhao (Nomadland)
- Oscar for Best Picture