Last Updated on August 12, 2020 by Corinne Schmitt
The Oscars are coming! Since last year’s printable list of the nominees was so popular, I created a 2017 Oscar Nominated Movies List for this year’s contenders.
I’m not typically a huge fan of awards shows, but I hate being out-of-the-loop when everyone is talking about them the next day. That’s why I created Oscar Party Bingo to help make watching the show a little more fun. It’s also a fun family activity and I’m always a fan of those!
2017 Oscar Nominated Movies Printable
The Academy Awards are also more fun to watch if you’ve actually seen a lot of the movies. That’s where this list comes into play.
I’ve listed all of the nominated movies in alphabetical order. Beneath each movie title is a list of each award it’s been nominated for. The check boxes next to each movie name is so that you can check off the movies you’ve seen.
Thank goodness for the awards for Best Animated Feature, Best Visual Effects, and Best Makeup and Hair since those were some of the only movies I’d seen when I created this list!
Clearly, I need to find time to watch La La Land, which was nominated for almost every award. The other heavy hitters this year (5 or more nominations) are: Arrival, Hacksaw Ridge, Lion, Manchester by the Sea, and Moonlight.
As you can see, the list is already pretty crowded. For that reason, I left off all of the short films. So, technically this list isn’t a COMPLETE list of the nominees. Let me know in the comments if you really want those added and I’ll whip up a page 2.
More Oscar Fun
Don’t forget to print off my Oscar Bingo cards for awards night.
And whether you’re throwing a party, or just want to enjoy awards night Hollywood-style, here are some Oscar party appetizers you can whip up.
Don’t limit your Oscar fever to award season! You can enjoy Oscar-winning movies any time of year. Check out this list of Oscar-Winning Movies you can watch on Netflix.
Happy movie watching!
2 thoughts on “2017 Oscar Nominated Movies List”
The last time I watched the Oscar’s there was so much profanity I decided not to watch it again. That was several years ago. Unless it has changed a lot I wouldn’t consider it family appropriate.
You have wonderful ideas and I love your website but I couldn’t use the Oscar activities with my family.
Thank you for your blogs.
Thank you for your kind words Lynda. I completely understand. You point out an important pitfall with live broadcasts and I’m glad you brought it up. Have a wonderful Oscar-free weekend! 😉