Here are the nominees...

Historical drama "Oppenheimer" has been the awards season favorite so far, winning five Golden Globes and seven BAFTAs. The three-hour epic takes audiences back to the making of the atomic bomb during World War Two.

Greta Gerwig's "Barbie" was the runaway global box office success of 2023, grossing $1.4 billion. The film stars Margot Robbie as the famed Mattel doll who takes a journey to the real world.

Courtroom drama "Anatomy of a Fall" won the Palme d'Or at Cannes. German actress Sandra Huller plays a writer who is the main suspect in her husband's death.

"The Zone of Interest" - also starring Huller - centers on a German SS officer and his family as they set up a life next to the Auschwitz death camp in occupied Poland. It won the Grand Prix at Cannes and scooped three BAFTAs.

Critically-acclaimed film "The Holdovers" follows a boarding school teacher, a student and a cook left behind during the holiday season.

Martin Scorsese's "Killers of the Flower Moon" recounts how members of the Osage Nation were killed for control of oil rights in 1920s Oklahoma.

Bradley Cooper's "Maestro" tells the complex love story between famous American composer Leonard Bernstein and his actor wife Felicia Cohn Bernstein.

Celine Song's US-Korean production "Past Lives" draws on the Korean concept of "inyeon" and the inexplicable ways we end up in each other's lives.

Sex-charged gothic comedy "Poor Things" premiered at the Venice Film Festival where it won director Yorgos Lanthimos the Golden Lion.

Cord Jefferson's comedy drama "American Fiction" is based on Percival Everett's 2001 book "Erasure" - in which a professor and novelist writes an outrageously stereotypical "Black" book out of spite and it becomes an instant success.

The awards show is March 10.