Disney’s Dream Award Categories for ‘Saving Mr. Banks,’ ‘Frozen,’ ‘Monsters University’

'Saving Mr. Banks' For Your Consideration AdWith Awards season upon us, Walt Disney Studios is preparing to launch its annual ‘For Your Consideration’ campaign which will promote three of its films along with two animated shorts for consideration of nominations across several categories, which have been detailed below. Being promoted are Saving Mr. Banks, Frozen and Disney/Pixar’s Monsters University along with animated shorts The Blue Umbrella and Get A Horse

No particular surprises other than Disney is pushing for Tom Hanks as Walt Disney in Saving Mr. Banks as a supporting role.

Best Picture (Producer: Alison Owen, Ian Collie & Philip Steuer)
Best Director (John Lee Hancock)
Best Actress (Emma Thompson)
Best Supporting Actor (Tom Hanks)
Best Supporting Actor (Colin Farrell)
Best Original Screenplay (Kelly Marcel & Sue Smith)
Best Cinematography (John Schwartzman)
Best Production Design (Production Designer: Michael Corenblith; Set Decorator: Susan Benjamin)
Best Film Editing (Mark Livolsi)
Best Sound Mixing (Production Sound Mixer: John Pritchett; Re-Recording Mixers: David E. Fluhr & Gregory King)
Best Sound Editing (Supervising Sound Editor: Jon Johnson)
Best Costume Design (Daniel Orlandi)
Best Makeup (Makeup: Julie Hewitt & Deborah La Mia Denaver; Hair: Frances Mathias)
Best Original Score: Thomas Newman

Best Animated Feature (Director: Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee; Producer: Peter Del Vecho)
Best Director (Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee)
Best Original Screenplay (Screenplay: Jennifer Lee; Story: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee & Shane Morris)
Best Film Editing (Jeff Draheim)
Best Production Design (Art Director: Michael Giaimo)
Best Cinematography (Director of Cinematography, Layout: Scott Beattie; Director of Cinematography, Lighting: Mohit Kallianpur)
Best Visual Effects (Visual Effects Supervisor: Steve Goldberg; Effects Supervisors: Dale Mayeda & Marlon West)
Best Sound Editing (Supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer: Odin Benitez)
Best Sound Mixing (Re-Recording Mixers: David E. Fluhr & Gabriel Guy, Original Dialogue Mixer: Gabriel Guy)
Best Original Song (‘Let It Go’ Music and Lyrics by: Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez)
Best Original Score (Christophe Beck)

MONSTERS UNIVERSITYBest Animated Feature (Director: Dan Scanlon; Producer: Kori Rae)
Best Director (Dan Scanlon)
Best Original Screenplay (Screenplay: Daniel Gerson, Robert L. Baird & Dan Scanlon; Story: Dan Scanlon, Daniel Gerson & Robert L. Baird)
Best Film Editing (Greg Snyder)
Best Production Design (Production Designer: Ricky Nierva)
Best Cinematography (Director of Photography, Camera: Matt Aspbury; Director of Photography, Lighting: Jean-Claude Kalache)
Best Visual Effects (Supervising Technical Director: Sanjay Bakshi & Guido Quaroni; Effects Supervisor: Jon Reisch)
Best Sound Mixing (Re-Recording Mixers: Michael Semanick & Gary Summers; Original Dialogue Mixer: Doc Kane)
Best Sound Editing (Sound Designer: Tom Myers; Supervising Sound Editor: Michael Silvers & Tom Myers)
Best Original Score (Randy Newman)

Best Animated Short (Director: Saschka Unseld; Producer: Marc S. Greenberg)

Best Animated Short (Director: Lauren MacMullan; Producer: Dorothy McKim)

As the awards season draws closer, we can expect Disney to publish the screenplays for the three films as well as additional images, clips, music and more information to help promote awareness amongst the voting communities.

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