Academia divulga lista com os 112 longas elegíveis a Melhor Trilha Sonora

Academia divulga lista com os 112 longas elegíveis a Melhor Trilha Sonora

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O maior destaque da lista foi justamente a falta de uma grande produção, ‘O Regresso‘.

Isso por que a Academia de Artes e Ciências Cinematográficas de Hollywood tem como regra que a Trilha Sonora deve ser assinada por apenas um profissional e não por dois, como é o caso do drama.

Então, vamos a lista completa:




“Adult Beginners,” Marcelo Zarvos, composer

“The Age of Adaline,” Rob Simonsen, composer

“Altered Minds,” Edmund Choi, composer

“Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip,” Mark Mothersbaugh, composer





Anomalisa,” Carter Burwell, composer

“Ant-Man,” Christophe Beck, composer

“Beasts of No Nation,” Dan Romer, composer

“The Big Short,” Nicholas Britell, composer

“Black Mass,” Tom Holkenborg, composer

“Bridge of Spies,” Thomas Newman, composer

“Brooklyn,” Michael Brook, composer

“Burnt,” Rob Simonsen, composer

“By the Sea,” Gabriel Yared, composer

“Carol,” Carter Burwell, composer

“Cartel Land,” H. Scott Salinas and Jackson Greenberg, composers

“Chi-Raq,” Terence Blanchard, composer

“Cinderella,” Patrick Doyle, composer

“Coming Home,” Qigang Chen, composer

“Concussion,” James Newton Howard, composer

“Creed,” Ludwig Goransson, composer

“The Danish Girl,” Alexandre Desplat, composer

“The Divergent Series: Insurgent,” Joseph Trapanese, composer

“Dukhtar,” Peter Nashel, composer

“The End of the Tour,” Danny Elfman, composer

“Everest,” Dario Marianelli, composer

“Ex Machina,” Ben Salisbury and Geoff Barrow, composers

“Far from the Madding Crowd,” Craig Armstrong, composer

“Fifty Shades of Grey,” Danny Elfman, composer

“5 Flights Up,” David Newman, composer

“Frame by Frame,” Patrick Jonsson, composer

“Freedom,” James Lavino, composer

“Furious Seven,” Brian Tyler, composer

“The Good Dinosaur,” Mychael Danna and Jeff Danna, composers

“Goosebumps,” Danny Elfman, composer

“Grandma,” Joel P. West, composer

“The Hateful Eight,” Ennio Morricone, composer

“He Named Me Malala,” Thomas Newman, composer

“Hot Pursuit,” Christophe Beck, composer

“Hot Tub Time Machine 2,” Christophe Beck, composer

“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,” James Newton Howard, composer

“The Hunting Ground,” Miriam Cutler, composer

“I Smile Back,” Zack Ryan, composer

“I’ll See You in My Dreams,” Keegan DeWitt, composer

“In the Heart of the Sea,” Roque Baños, composer

“Inside Out,” Michael Giacchino, composer

“The Intern,” Theodore Shapiro, composer

“It Follows,” Disasterpeace, composer

“Jalam,” Ouesppachan, composer

“Jurassic World,” Michael Giacchino, composer

“Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet,” Gabriel Yared, composer

“Kingsman: The Secret Service,” Henry Jackman and Matthew Margeson, composers

“Krampus,” Douglas Pipes, composer

“La Jaula de Oro,” Jacobo Lieberman and Leonardo Heiblum, composers

“The Lady in the Van,” George Fenton, composer

“The Last Witch Hunter,” Steve Jablonsky, composer

“Learning to Drive,” Dhani Harrison and Paul Hicks, composers

“Legend,” Carter Burwell, composer

“Little Accidents,” Marcelo Zarvos, composer

“The Longest Ride,” Mark Isham, composer

“Mad Max: Fury Road,” Tom Holkenborg, composer

“The Man from U.N.C.L.E.,” Daniel Pemberton, composer

“The Martian,” Harry Gregson-Williams, composer

“Max,” Trevor Rabin, composer

“Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials,” John Paesano, composer

“Meru,” J. Ralph, composer

Minions,” Heitor Pereira, composer

“Mr. Holmes,” Carter Burwell, composer

“Mistress America,” Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips, composers

“My All American,” John Paesano, composer

“Nachom-ia Kumpasar,” Ronnie Monsorate, composer

“99 Homes,” Antony Partos and Matteo Zingales, composers

“Our Brand Is Crisis,” David Wingo, composer

“Pan,” John Powell, composer

“Paper Towns,” Son Lux, composer

“Paranoid Girls,” Javier del Santo, composer

“Pawn Sacrifice,” James Newton Howard, composer

“The Peanuts Movie,” Christophe Beck, composer

“Pixels,” Henry Jackman, composer

“Poached,” Mark Orton, composer

“Pod,” Giona Ostinelli, composer

“Poltergeist,” Marc Streitenfeld, composer

“Racing Extinction,” J. Ralph, composer

“Room,” Stephen Rennicks, composer

“Salt Bridge,” Marciano Telese, composer

“San Andreas,” Andrew Lockington, composer

“The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,” Thomas Newman, composer

“Set Fire to the Stars,” Gruff Rhys, composer

“Shaun the Sheep Movie,” Ilan Eshkeri, composer

“Sicario,” Jóhann Jóhannsson, composer

“Southpaw,” James Horner, composer

“Spectre,” Thomas Newman, composer

“The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge out of Water,” John Debney, composer

“Spotlight,” Howard Shore, composer

“Spy,” Theodore Shapiro, composer

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” John Williams, composer

“Steve Jobs,” Daniel Pemberton, composer

“Steve McQueen: The Man e Le Mans,” Jim Copperthwaite, composer

“Stonewall,” Rob Simonsen, composer

“Suffragette,” Alexandre Desplat, composer

“Taken 3,” Nathaniel Mechaly, composer

“Ted 2,” Walter Murphy, composer

“Testament of Youth,” Max Richter, composer

“The 33,” James Horner, composer

“Tomorrowland,” Michael Giacchino, composer

“True Story,” Marco Beltrami, composer

“Trumbo,” Theodore Shapiro, composer

“Truth,” Brian Tyler, composer

“Victor Frankenstein,” Craig Armstrong, composer

“The Walk,” Alan Silvestri, composer

“The Water Diviner,” David Hirschfelder, composer

“Wolf Totem,” James Horner, composer

“Z for Zachariah,” Heather McIntosh, composer

O ator e comediante Chris Rock foi confirmado como mestre de cerimônia do Oscar 2016. A premiação será realizada no Teatro Dolby, em Los Angeles, em 28 de fevereiro de 2016.

Os indicados serão anunciados em 14 de janeiro.

O número de indicados ao Oscar de Melhor Filme em 2016 poderá ser reduzido para cinco.  Até 2009, eram indicados apenas cinco filmes ao prêmio principal, mas as regras foram modificadas e desde então a Academia indica no máximo dez filmes. Uma fração significativa dos votantes agora deseja retomar a antiga política de indicar cinco filmes na tentativa de recuperar o prestígio do Oscar.

Com o aumento no número de indicados, a Academia esperava também impulsionar a audiência da cerimônia, mas seis anos depois o experimento se mostrou um fracasso. Este ano, a transmissão do Oscar nos EUA teve uma queda na audiência de 15% em relação a 2014.

Em 2015, apenas um sucesso de bilheteria estava entre os indicados ao prêmio máximo, ’Sniper Americano’, já que a preferência dos 6.000 membros da Academia continua sendo por filmes de arte. Nos anos anteriores, super arrecadações como ‘Avatar’ e ‘Toy Story 3’ conseguiram indicações a Melhor Filme e, consequentemente, elevar os índices de audiência da cerimônia.

A Academia revelou as datas para a 88ª, 89ª e 90ª edições do Oscar. As próximas três cerimônias serão realizadas em 28 de fevereiro de 2016, 26 de fevereiro de 2017 e 4 de março de 2018.

 

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