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The Ben Affleck-directed film wins the Best Film Editing prize for William Goldenberg, while the Steven Spielberg-helmed movie bags Best Production Design for Rick Carter and Jim Erickson.
Joe Courtney alleges that the film depicts his home state in a negative light with a scene that features two Connecticut congressmen voted against the 13th amendment.
'Argo' wins the coveted Cast award, while 'Lincoln' brings its actors in claiming the Male Leading Role and Male Supporting Role prizes.
Other multiple nominees are 'Life of Pi' with 11 nods, 'Les Miserables' and 'Silver Linings Playbook' with 8, 'Argo' with 7, and 'Amour', 'Django Unchained', 'Skyfall' and 'Zero Dark Thirty' with 5.
'Life of Pi' and 'Zero Dark Thirty' are the other critically-acclaimed movies vying for the coveted Best Film award at the British film awards event to take place on February 10.
'Life of Pi', 'Zero Dark Thirty', 'Moonrise Kingdom', 'Silver Linings Playbook', 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' and 'Les Miserables' are also competing at the 2013 Producers Guild Awards.
'I have no idea what Spielberg was trying to do,' Jackson says, referring to the confusing final scene of the critically-acclaimed history movie.
The Steven Spielberg-directed history drama gets 5 nominations from the Canadian award-giving body to lead the upcoming VFCC annual awards.
The Abraham Lincoln film bags seven nods in total, followed by 'Argo' and 'Django Unchained' with five, as well as 'Zero Dark Thirty', 'Les Miserables' and 'Silver Linings Playbook' with four.
This year's nominations are dominated by 'Les Miserables', 'Silver Linings Playbook', 'Lincoln', 'Modern Family' and Maggie Smith.
Vying for the top Best Picture award, the history movie shatters the record for a film with the most nominations previously held by 'Black Swan' in 2010.
The Osama bin Laden hunt film claims the coveted Best Picture title in addition to two other prizes, while the Abraham Lincoln pic wins the Best Actor award for Daniel Day-Lewis.