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Sandra Holser Nominated for an Academy Award: Best Actress

Sandra Holser Nominated for an Academy Award: Best Actress

DrGerman actress Sandra Hölser was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. The American Film Academy also announced on Tuesday that the 45-year-old actress had been nominated for the award for her role in the film “Anatomy of a Case” by French director Justine Triet. Holser competes in this category with Hollywood stars Emma Stone (“Bad Things”), Carey Mulligan (“Maestro”), Lily Gladstone (“Moonflower Killers”) and Annette Bening (“Niad”).

“Anatomy of a Case” revolves around the writer Sandra, who lives in the French Alps with her husband, Samuel, and their son, Daniel, who is almost blind. When Samuel is found dead in front of the chalet, everything seems like a bad fall. But it won't take long until Sandra is suspected of killing her husband and has to answer for it in court.

German directors Wim Wenders and İlker Katak were also nominated in the Best International Film category for their films “Perfect Days” (for Japan) and “The Teacher’s Room” (for Germany).

The most important Oscar nominations at a glance:

the best movie

“Oppenheimer”
“Moonflower Killers”
“Artist and conductor of a band”
“Anatomy of the case”
“Past life”
“area of ​​interest”
“Barbie”
“poor things”
“American fantasy”
“retainers”

Best direction

Martin Scorsese (“The Moonflower Killers”)
Christopher Nolan (“Oppenheimer”)
Giorgos Lanthimos (“Poor Things”)
Jonathan Glazer (“Area of ​​Interest”)
Justin Treat (“Anatomy of a Case”)

Best Lead Actress

Lily Gladstone (“The Moonflower Killers”)
Carey Mulligan (“The Maestro”)
Sandra Holser (“Anatomy of a Case”)
Annette Bening (“Niad”)
Emma Stone (“Bad Things”)

best actor

Bradley Cooper (“The Maestro”)
Cillian Murphy (“Oppenheimer”)
Colman Domingo (“Rustin”)
Jeffrey Wright (“American Novel”)
Paul Giamatti (“The Keepers”)

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Best Supporting Actress

Emily Blunt (“Oppenheimer”)
Da'Vine Joey Randolph (“The Keepers”)
Danielle Brooks (“The Color Purple”)
Jodie Foster (“Niad”)
America Ferrera (“Barbie”)

Best Supporting Actor

Ryan Gosling (“Barbie”)
Robert De Niro (“Moonflower Killers”)
Robert Downey Jr. (“Oppenheimer”)
Mark Ruffalo (“Poor Things”)
Sterling K. Brown (“American Novel”)

Best international feature film

Germany (“Teacher's Room”)
Italy (“Io Capitano”)
Great Britain (“Area of ​​Interest”)
Spain (“Ice Company”)
Japan (“Perfect Days”)