2021 Independent Spirit Award nomination


In the first year of its TV nominations, the Spirit Awards won “Little America,” “Unconventional,” and “I May You Destroy.”

The 36th Film Independent Spirit Awards have just three months to go, and nominations for the 2021 ceremony came this morning. Last year’s Spirit Awards dominated “Uncut James”, winning awards for Best Actor (Adam Sandler), Best Director (Josh and Benny Safi) and Best Editing. Lulu Wang’s “The Farewell” received the honor for Best Feature. The lead actress award was given to “Judy” star Renee Zellweger, who won the Oscar for Best Actress.

This year’s most nominated film is “Never Rarely Sometimes Always Always”, which received a total of 7 nominations. “Minory” also remained strong with 6 nominations, while “Ma Rainey Black Bottom” and “Nomadland” each filled 5 nominations. Netflix was the most nominated studio with 16 nominations, followed by 10 with Focus features and 9 with A24.

As always, the budget cutoff for films eligible for the Spirit Awards is $ 22.5 million. For this reason, many high-profile Netflix Oscar contenders such as “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” “Da 5 Bloods,” and “Munk” are not eligible for the 2021 ceremony.

The 36th Independent Spirit Awards will take place on Thursday 22 April. The event will be broadcast live at IFC at 10 pm ET. In addition to linear broadcasting, the Spirit Awards will also stream simultaneously on AMC +. Following the broadcast, the full award ceremony will be made available on demand on the AMC + and IFC platforms starting on April 23.

Best quality
“Debut”
“Ma Rainey Black Black”
“Minari”
“Sometimes sometimes always”
“Nomad”

Best director
Lee Isak Chung, “Minari”
Emerald Fennell, “promising young lady”
Eliza Hitman, “Sometimes Rare Sometimes Always”
Kelly Reichardt, “First Cow”
Chloe Zhao, “Nomadland”

Best first feature
“I Carry With You”
“40 Year Old Version”
“Sound of metal”
“Miss Junatheen”
“Nine days”

Best female lead
Nicole Behari, “Miss Junaethin”
Viola Davis, “Ma Rainey Black Black”
Sidney Flanigan, “Sometimes Sometimes Always”
Julia Garner, “Assistant”
Francis MacDormand, “Nomadland”
Carrie Mulligan, “promising young lady”

Best mail lead
Riz Ahmed, “Metal Sound”
Chadwick Boseman, “Ma Rainey Black Black”
Rob Morgan, “Bull”
Steven Yeun, “Minari”
Adarsh ​​Gaurav, “The White Tiger”

Best Supporting Woman
Alexis Chikaze, “Miss Junatheen”
Yari Han, “Minari”
Valerie Mahaffey, French Exit “
Talia Rider, “Sometimes Sometimes Always”
Yuh-Jung Yun, “Minari”

Best supporting men
Coleman Domingo, “Ma Rainey Black Black”
Orion Lee, “First Cow”
Paul Rachie, “Sound of Metal”
Glynn Terman, “Ma Rainey Black Black”
Benedict Wong, “Nine Days”

Best script
“Bad education”
“Minari”
“The Half of It”
“Sometimes sometimes always”
“Promising young lady”

Best first screenplay
Kitty Green, “Assistant”
Noah Hutton, “Lapsis”
“Miss Junaethin”, referring to Godfrey Peoples
Andy Sierra, “Palm Springs”
James Sweeney, “Straight Up”

Best cinematography
Jay Keitel, “She des Tomorrow”
Shabier Kirchner, “Bull”
Michael Latham, “assistant”
Helen Louvert, “Sometimes Sometimes Always”
Joshua James Richards, “Nomadland”

Best editing
“I Carry With You”
“The Invisible Man”
“Remnants”
“Sometimes sometimes always”
“Nomad”

Robert altman award
“One Night in Miami”

Best documentary
“the collective”
“Crip Camp”
“Dick Johnson is dead”
“Time”
“Mole agent”

Best International Film
“Bakurau”
“Disciple”
“Night of kings”
“Preparing to be together for unknown times”
“Quo Vadis, Aida?”

Piaget producers award
Cara Durrett
Lucas Joaquin
Gerry Kim

Someone for the watch award
David Middell, “Kenneth Chamberlain Killed”
Aqua Mashangi, “Farewell Amore”
Annie Silverstein, “Bull”

Truer fiction fiction award
Cecilia Aldarando, “Landfall”
Elegance Bratan, “Pier Kids”
Elizabeth Lo, “Maverick”

John casswits awards
“Two lovers murdered”
“La Leynda Negra”
“common language”
“Remnants”
“St. Francis”

Best New Non-Scripted or Documentary Series
“Atlanta’s Missing and Murder: Lost Children”
“City So Real”
“Immigration nation”
“Love fraud”
“Were here”

Best Scripted Series
“I can destroy you”
“Little America”
“Small ax”
“A teacher”
“Unconventional”

Best Female Performance in Scripted Series
Elle Fanning, “The Great”
Sheera Haas, “Unconventional”
Abby McNee, “Work in Progress
Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, “Never Have Ever”
Jordan Christine Simone, “Who We Are We”

Best Male Performance in Scripted Series
Confidence, “Little America”
Adam Ali, “Little America”
Nikko Annan, “P-Valley”
Amit Rahv, “Unconventional”
Harold Torres, “Zero, Zero, Zero”

Best Cast in a New Scripted Series
“I can destroy you”
Ensemble: Michela Koel, Papa Essideau, Right Opia,
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