The two dramas are nominated for Best Picture, facing off with "A Star Is Born", "BlackKklansman", and "Can You Ever Forgive Me?", while "Roma"'s Alfonso Cuaron and "Green Book"'s Peter Farrelly will compete for Best Director, against Spike Lee ("BlackKklansman"), Mimi Leder ("On the Basis of Sex"), and Kenneth Branagh ("All Is True").
Viggo Mortensen ("Green Book") will fight for Best Actor alongside Willem Dafoe ("At Eternity's Gate"), Hugh Jackman ("The Front Runner"), Robert Redford ("The Old Man & the Gun"), and John C. Reilly ("Stan & Ollie"), while the Best Actress prize will be decided between Sandra Bullock ("Bird Box), Nicole Kidman ("Destroyer"), Julia Roberts ("Ben Is Back"), Glenn Close ("The Wife"), and Viola Davis ("Widows").
"Green Book" also picks up a nod in the Best Screenwriter category, while "Roma"'s remaining nominations are for Best Time Capsule, celebrating stories which capture a real-life moment in history, and Best Foreign Film.
Shirley MacLaine will be honoured with the event's annual Movies For Grownups Career Achievement Award.
The full list of nominations is:
Best Picture/Best Movie for Grownups:
Best Supporting Actress:
Best Supporting Actor:
Best Grownup Love Story:
Best Intergenerational Film:
Best Time Capsule:
Best Foreign Film: