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The Producers Guild of America chooses two winners for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures, marking the first tie in the history of the PGAs.
The Sandra Bullock starrer collects a total of seven prizes, the David O. Russell-directed pic follows with four, while '12 Years a Slave' grabs the top award.
The Disney flick is announced as the winner for Best Animated Feature Film, while Cuaron takes the trophy for his work in 'Gravity'.
The Sandra Bullock starrer gets the attention from the British Academy Film, being nominated in the main categories such as Best Film, Best Actress and Best Director.
Three out of the five candidates in the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film category are DGAs' first timers.
As predicted, historical drama '12 Years a Slave' takes a lead in the nomination list with seven nods.
The creative ensembles for the movies and the TV shows picked for this year's awards are to be feted at a luncheon on January 10, 2014 in Los Angeles.
The Alfonso Cuaron film dominates with four awards, while the Spike Jonze movie snags a total of two prizes from the L.A. Film Critics Association.
Nominees list determined by a group of entertainment journalists mentioned the Steve McQueen drama and AMC series multiple times.
Thanks to wider audience appeal, the 'Hunger Games' sequel opens with 161.1 million dollars domestically.
'Aningaaq' has been submitted for Oscar consideration in live-action short category and could make a history if it gets a nod alongside the feature film.
She follows the footsteps of such actresses as Halle Berry and Marion Cotillard to receive Desert Palm Award, Actress.