Two Printable Oscar Ballots for You. On One, You Pick the Academy Award Winners. The Other Has our Choices Marked for You

Feb 25, 2017  •  Post A Comment

It’s Oscar time! Today, Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, is the live telecast of the 89th Annual Academy Awards on ABC, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.

To find a ballot that you can print out and mark, please click here.

If you would like a ballot that you can print out that is ALREADY marked (with the Oscar picks of TVWeek Open Mic blogger Chuck Ross), please click here.

No guarantees on Chuck’s picks, of course, but he usually does pretty well.

For your convenience, here are the 2017 winners Chuck is predicting today in each of the 24 Oscar categories:

Best Picture: “La La Land”

Best Director: Damien Chazelle (“La La Land”)

Best Actress in a Leading Role: Emma Stone

Best Actor in a Leading Role: Casey Affleck

Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis

Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali

Best Adapted Screenplay: “Moonlight”

Best Original Screenplay: “Manchester by the Sea”

Best Sound Mixing: “La La Land”

Best Sound Editing: “Hacksaw Ridge”

Best Makeup & Hairstyling: “Star Trek Beyond”

Best Documentary Feature: “O.J.: Made in America”

Best Documentary Short: “Joe’s Violin”

Best Original Score: “La La Land”

Best Original Song: “City of Stars”

Best Costume Design: “Jackie”

Best Cinematography: “La La Land”

Best Production Design: “La La Land”

Best Animated Feature Film: “Zootopia”

Best Animated Short Film: “Piper”

Best Foreign Film: “The Salesman”

Best Visual Effects: “The Jungle Book”

Best Live Action Short: “Ennemis Interieurs”

Best Film Editing: “La La Land”


One Comment

  1. Of the 24 categories on the ballot tonight, I picked the winner in 16 of them. So-so. I did better last year — 18-6. Tonight I missed both winners in the two “Sound” categories, and blew Best Costume Design and Best Makeup as well. My biggest miss was “La La Land” not getting Best Picture. Though I picked “La La Land” to win because that’s the movie I thought Academy members would choose, my favorite movie among the best picture nominees this year was “Lion.” Wondering how many of you picked “Moonlight” to win Best Picture?

    Chuck Ross

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