Who's Won What Leading Up to the Oscars

The Oscars are almost as much about momentum as the films themselves. Here's a list of what honors the top movies are winning this awards season:

AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH

Best documentary: Academy Award nomination, Critics' Choice Award, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, National Board of Review, National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Online

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BABEL

Best picture: Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe

Best supporting actress, Rinko Kikuchi: Academy Award nomination

Best supporting actress, Adriana Barraza: Academy Award nomination

Best director, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu: Academy Award nomination, Directors Guild nomination

Best original screenplay: Academy Award nomination

Top 10 lists: American Film Institute, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Online

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BLOOD DIAMOND

Best actor, Leonardo DiCaprio: Academy Award nomination

Best supporting actor, Djimon Hounsou: Academy Award nomination, National Board of Review

Top 10 lists: Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association

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BORAT

Best comedy: Critics' Choice Award

Best actor, Sacha Baron Cohen: Golden Globe, Los Angeles Film Critics Association

Best adapted screenplay: Academy Award nomination

Top 10 lists: American Film Institute

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THE DEPARTED

Best picture: Academy Award nomination, Critics' Choice Award, Boston Society of Film Critics

Best supporting actor, Mark Wahlberg: Academy Award nomination, Boston Society of Film Critics, National Society of Film Critics

Best director, Martin Scorsese: Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe, Directors Guild nomination, Critics' Choice Award, Boston Society of Film Critics, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Circle

Best adapted screenplay, William Monahan: Academy Award nomination, Boston Society of Film Critics

Top 10 lists: Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, National Board of Review

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THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA

Best actress, Meryl Streep: Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe

Best supporting actress, Meryl Streep: National Society of Film Critics

Top 10 lists: American Film Institute, National Board of Review

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DREAMGIRLS

Best picture: Golden Globe

Best supporting actress, Jennifer Hudson: Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award, Critics' Choice Award, New York Film Critics Circle, New York Film Critics Online

Best supporting actor, Eddie Murphy: Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award, Critics' Choice Award

Best director, Bill Condon: Directors Guild nomination

Top 10 lists: American Film Institute, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association

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HALF NELSON

Best picture: Independent Spirit nomination

Best actor, Ryan Gosling: Academy Award nomination, Independent Spirit nomination

Best supporting actress, Shareeka Epps: Independent Spirit nomination, Boston Society of Film Critics

Best first film: New York Film Critics Circle

Best director, Ryan Fleck: Independent Spirit nomination

Best new filmmaker, Ryan Fleck: Boston Society of Film Critics

Best first screenplay, Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden: Independent Spirit nomination

Top 10 lists: American Film Institute

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HAPPY FEET

Best animated feature: Academy Award nomination, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, New York Film Critics Circle, New York Film Critics Online

Top 10 lists: American Film Institute

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THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND

Best actor, Forest Whitaker: Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award, Critics' Choice Award, Boston Society of Film Critics, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, National Board of Review, National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle, New York Film Critics Online

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LETTERS FROM IWO JIMA

Best picture: Academy Award nomination, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, National Board of Review

Best director, Clint Eastwood: Academy Award nomination

Best original screenplay: Academy Award nomination

Best foreign film: Golden Globe, Critics' Choice Award, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association

Top 10 lists: American Film Institute, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association

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LITTLE CHILDREN

Best actress, Kate Winslet: Academy Award nomination

Best supporting actor, Jackie Earle Haley: Academy Award nomination, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, New York Film Critics Circle

Best adapted screenplay: Academy Award nomination

Top 10 lists: Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association

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LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE

Best picture: Academy Award nomination, Producers Guild Award, Independent Spirit nomination

Best ensemble cast: Screen Actors Guild Award, Critics' Choice Award

Best supporting actor, Alan Arkin: Academy Award nomination, Independent Spirit nomination

Best supporting actor, Paul Dano: Independent Spirit nomination

Best supporting actress, Abigail Breslin: Academy Award nomination

Best young actor, Paul Dano: Critics' Choice Award

Best young actress, Abigail Breslin: Critics' Choice Award

Best director, Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris: Independent Spirit nomination, Directors Guild nomination

Best screenplay, Michael Arndt: Academy Award nomination, Independent Spirit nomination, Critics' Choice Award, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association

Top 10 lists: American Film Institute, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Online

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NOTES ON A SCANDAL

Best actress, Judi Dench: Academy Award nomination

Best supporting actress, Cate Blanchett: Academy Award nomination, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association

Best adapted screenplay: Academy Award nomination

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PAN'S LABYRINTH

Best picture: Independent Spirit nomination, National Society of Film Critics

Best foreign language film: Academy Award nomination, Boston Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Online

Best original screenplay: Academy Award nomination

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THE QUEEN

Best picture: Academy Award nomination, New York Film Critics Online

Best actress, Helen Mirren: Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award, Critics' Choice Award, Boston Society of Film Critics, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, National Board of Review, National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle, New York Film Critics Online

Best supporting actor, Michael Sheen: Los Angeles Film Critics Association, New York Film Critics Online

Best director, Stephen Frears: Academy Award nomination, Directors Guild nomination, New York Film Critics Online

Best screenplay, Peter Morgan: Academy Award nomination, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, National Society of Film Critics, New York Film Critics Circle, New York Film Critics Online

Top 10 lists: Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association

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UNITED 93

Best picture: Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, New York Film Critics Circle

Best director, Paul Greengrass: Academy Award nomination, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, National Society of Film Critics

Top 10 lists: American Film Institute

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VOLVER

Best actress, Penelope Cruz: Academy Award nomination

Best foreign language film: National Board of Review

Top 10 lists: New York Film Critics Online

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