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Predictions for the main categories of the "Oscar 2024" ceremony

With the next guest on the show "About Film", Kushtrim Krasniqi, co-founder of the site "Film Maniacs", we discussed the potential winners of this year's edition of the prestigious "Oscar" ceremony.

The film "Oppenheimer" is considered the favorite for the main prize, while the competition for the best director takes place between the directors, Christopher Nolan and Martin Scorsese.

At a certain point, there was a change in the seemingly inevitable narrative that Cillian Murphy could be named best actor, after his film Oppenheimer grabbed the attention of almost every voter early in the race, but slowly in the middle Among the favorites was the actor Paul Giamatti, for his role in the movie "The Holdovers". Continuing with tradition, the Best Actress category is perhaps the most interesting competition of the year - thanks to the atypical contenders vying for the top prize. This year it takes place among the stars, Annette Bening with the movie "Nyad", Lily Gladstone with "Killers of the Flower Moon", Sandra Hüller with "Anatomy of a Fall", Carey Mulligan with "Maestro" and Emma Stone with the movie "Poor Things". ".

Predictions for the category "Best Original Screenplay" favor the film, "Anatomy of a Fall", along with those "The Holdovers", "Maestro", "May December" and "Past Lives". In the "Best Adapted Screenplay" category, it is believed that the film "American Fiction" will win, even though it is in close competition with big projects such as "Barbie", "Oppenheimer", "Poor Things" and " The Zone of Interest". For the category where in the past Kosovo also intended to be nominated, the "Best International Film", this year the films are competing: "Io Capitano" from Italy, "Perfect Days" from Japan, "Society of the Snow" from Spain, " The Teachers' Lounge" from Germany and "The Zone of Interest" from Great Britain. According to the list of the "Entertainment Weekly" portal, the latter is considered the favorite to receive the golden trophy. "20 Days in Mariupol" is expected to win the "Best Documentary" award, while "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse" is believed to triumph in the "Best Animated Film" category. The main favorite for the category "Best original song" is the American pop star, Billie Eilish, with "What Was I Made For?", the soundtrack of the hit film at the box office, "Barbie".