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During Oscar season, it's all about building buzz. Here are the leading contenders and how they've fared thus far:

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Best picture
Oscar nomination, Golden Globe winner (musical or comedy), New York Film Critics Circle, New York Film Critics Online, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Boston Society of Film Critics, Chicago Film Critics Association, San Francisco Film Critics Circle, AP Movie Critic Christy Lemire

Top 10 lists
American Film Institute, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, Entertainment Weekly, African American Film Critics Association, AP Movie Writer David Germain

Best ensemble cast
Screen Actors Guild Award

Best actor, Paul Giamatti
New York Film Critics Circle, Chicago Film Critics Association, San Francisco Film Critics Circle

Best supporting actor, Thomas Haden Church
Oscar nomination, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, New York Film Critics Online, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Boston Society of Film Critics, Chicago Film Critics Association, San Francisco Film Critics Circle

Best supporting actress, Virginia Madsen
Oscar nomination, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, New York Film Critics Circle, New York Film Critics Online, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Chicago Film Critics Association, San Francisco Film Critics Circle

Best director, Alexander Payne
Oscar nomination, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, San Francisco Film Critics Circle

Best adapted screenplay, Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor
Oscar nomination, Golden Globe winner, Writers Guild Award winner, British Academy Film Award, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, New York Film Critics Circle, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Boston Society of Film Critics, Chicago Film Critics Association, Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association, San Francisco Film Critics Circle

Million Dollar Baby

Best picture
Oscar nomination, The New York Times

Top 10 lists
National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, American Film Institute, Entertainment Weekly, African American Film Critics Association, AP Movie Writer David Germain

Best actor, Clint Eastwood
Oscar nomination

Best actress, Hilary Swank
Oscar nomination, Golden Globe winner (drama), Screen Actors Guild Award, Boston Society of Film Critics

Best supporting actor, Morgan Freeman
Oscar nomination, Screen Actors Guild Award

Best director, Clint Eastwood
Oscar nomination, Golden Globe winner, New York Film Critics Circle

Best adapted screenplay, Paul Haggis
Oscar nomination

The Aviator

Best picture
Oscar nomination, Golden Globe winner (drama), British Academy Film Award

Top 10 lists
American Film Institute, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, Entertainment Weekly, African American Film Critics Association

Best actor, Leonardo DiCaprio
Oscar nomination, Golden Globe winner (drama)

Best supporting actor, Alan Alda
Oscar nomination

Best supporting actress, Cate Blanchett
Oscar nomination, British Academy Film Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association

Best director, Martin Scorsese
Oscar nomination, New York Film Critics Online

Best original screenplay, John Logan
Oscar nomination

Ray

Best picture
Oscar nomination, African American Film Critics Association

Top 10 lists
National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, Entertainment Weekly

Best actor, Jamie Foxx
Oscar nomination, Golden Globe winner (musical or comedy), British Academy Film Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, New York Film Critics Online, Boston Society of Film Critics, Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association

Best director, Taylor Hackford
Oscar nomination

Finding Neverland

Best picture
Oscar nomination, National Board of Review

Top 10 lists
African American Film Critics Association

Best actor, Johnny Depp
Oscar nomination

Best adapted screenplay, David Magee
Oscar nomination

Hotel Rwanda

Top 10 lists
African American Film Critics Association

Best actor, Don Cheadle
Oscar nomination

Best supporting actress, Sophie Okonedo
Oscar nomination

Best original screenplay, Keir Pearson and Terry George
Oscar nomination

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Best picture
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association

Top 10 lists
American Film Institute, Entertainment Weekly

Best actress, Kate Winslet
Oscar nomination

Best director, Michel Gondry
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association

Best original screenplay, Charlie Kaufman and Pierre Bismuth
Oscar nomination, Writers Guild Award winner, British Academy Film Award, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, New York Film Critics Online, Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association

Vera Drake

Best picture
Evening Standard British Film Awards

Top 10 lists
National Board of Review of Motion Pictures

Best actress, Imelda Staunton
Oscar nomination, British Academy Film Award, Evening Standard British Film Awards, New York Film Critics Circle, New York Film Critics Online, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Chicago Film Critics Association, Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association

Best director, Mike Leigh
Oscar nomination, British Academy Film Award

Best original screenplay, Mike Leigh
Oscar nomination

Closer

Top 10 lists
National Board of Review of Motion Pictures

Best ensemble cast
National Board of Review of Motion Pictures

Best supporting actor, Clive Owen
Oscar nomination, Golden Globe winner, British Academy Film Award, New York Film Critics Circle

Best supporting actress, Natalie Portman
Oscar nomination, Golden Globe winner

Kinsey

Top 10 lists
American Film Institute, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, Entertainment Weekly

Best actor, Liam Neeson
Los Angeles Film Critics Association

Best supporting actress, Laura Linney
Oscar nomination, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures

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