Tuesday, March 21, 2017

The Academy Members Project Home

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Welcome to The Academy Members Project: The largest public list of Oscar voters you’ll find on the internet!

As of our most recent update on 3/21/2017, we have identified 6,932 Current Members - Over 90% of the full AMPAS membership! - plus over 6,400 Historical Members.


Chapter 1: About The Project

The Academy Members Project is a grassroots effort to identify and celebrate as many Oscar voters as possible. Rooted in the proud tradition of citizen journalism, the list is a compilation of information gathered from publicly available sources, including web searches, celebrity biographies and archival materials.

This chapter provides general information about us, including the origin story of how we began; a detailed look at our methodology which explains the research tools we utilize and what the fonts and font colors used throughout the site mean; a look at the Academy’s branch statistics; and a Frequently Asked Questions page.

We also have sections telling how you can Join The Search as one one of our researchers, or sign up for one of our Special Projects. You can also follow our progress updates, or sign up for our monthly email Newsletter.

Because we want to make it easy for Academy members to share the fact that they’ve been given the honor of joining the Academy, we’ve created a page exclusively dedicated to Academy Members and their friends, family and agents. We’ve also created pages for journalists and filmmakers who are not in the Academy to share their stories with us.

And of course, we have a page for all of our disclaimers, a list of our hard working researchers, and a contact page.


Chapter 2: Known Academy Members

This is the heart and soul of our project: The actual members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, both past and present. As of our most recent update on 3/21/2017, we have identified 6,932 Current Members - Over 90% of the full AMPAS membership! - plus over 6,400 Historical Members.

Names listed in BOLD font have the strongest documentable proof. Names in STANDARD font are those who have been publicly invited to join the Academy, but whose acceptance we have not been able to verify. Names in ITALIC font represent individuals believed to be members, but whose status has not yet been verified using our rigorous documentation standards. Members who have passed away are shown using the same three-tiered system, but in GOLD, and those whose biography is still being researched are in PINK.You can learn more about our methodology and fonts here, and can send any additions, corrections or confirmations to nevertooearlymoviepredictions@gmail.com.

Academy Members Pages (Listed alphabetically by last name):


Chapter 3: Known NON-Members

When we began our research to learn who the members of the Academy were, we quite naturally came across some articles pointing out the surprising number of filmmakers who were NOT members of the Academy as well. As our research techniques have become more advanced, that list of known Non-members has grown. (You can learn more about the special methodologies and fonts used for this section here).

These Non-member pages also help to correct some frequent misconceptions about the Academy, the most common of which is the myth that all Oscar winners and nominees automatically get invited to join: They Don’t, as you’ll see below.

Non-Members Pages:


Chapter 4: The Wish List (Artists still being researched)

We’ve confirmed the identities of thousands of Academy members (but not all of them), and confirmed the identities of thousands of NON-members (but not all of them). That leaves a whole bunch of people in the middle, on what we call our “Wish List”.

These artists are on our radar, but so far, we just don’t know whether or not they are members. (To learn more about getting someone on -- or off - the Wish List, read here).

Wish List Pages:


Thank you for visiting our project!

If you have any questions, suggestions, additions, corrections or confirmations, you can send them to us via email at nevertooearlymoviepredictions@gmail.com.
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Saturday, March 18, 2017

The Academy Members Project has now identified the names of over 90% of Oscar Voters!!!

Exciting news today as The Academy Members Project crosses another major threshold. We have now identified over 90% of current Oscar voters by name!

But we’re not done yet. We promise to keep looking to get you that last 10%!

You can check out all the names here.
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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

The Academy Members Project has now identified the names of over 85% of Oscar Voters!!!

Exciting news today as The Academy Members Project crosses another threshold. We have now identified over 85% of current Oscar voters by name!

I still have hundreds of pages of notes from my trip to the Margaret Herrick Library to go through, so that number may continue to rise throughout the week. But for now, I thought it was a milestone worthy of a celebratory post!

You can check out all the names here.
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Friday, February 17, 2017

Academy Members’ Legacy Gallery Plaques

One of the highlights of my recent trip to Los Angeles was the opportunity to see a series of 12 bronze plaques which list over 1,000 Academy members from the 1990’s who donated to the endowment campaign for the Academy’s Center for Motion Picture Study.

Originally located on the second floor lobby of the Samuel Goldwyn Theater, they were later moved to the Margaret Herrick Library’s outdoor portico gallery, an area that often hosts special events for members, and hence an area where they have a chance to view the plaques.

Linda Harris Mehr, the library’s director, was kind enough to show me the plaques on February 9, 2017. She asked me not to take pictures, but since it is outside I was able to come back over the weekend to write down all of the names by hand.

A title plaque reads: “The Academy Members’ Legacy Gallery: In recognition and appreciation of those Academy Members who, in celebration of the first centennial of motion picture history, acted to preserve that history for the centuries to follow.”

The names appear alphabetically in two groups that represent the year that they gave their donation: 1989-1992, and 1993-1998.

Unlike other lists of donors, this one consists of Academy members ONLY, and happens to come from an era when printed membership lists are difficult to find.

Within The Academy Members Project pages, I have marked the names I found with two tags, both of which will link back to this description page: (Legacy Gallery Plaques 1989-1992) and (Legacy Gallery Plaques 1993-1998).
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Saturday, February 4, 2017

Notes from my trip to the Academy Library

I visited the Academy’s Margaret Herrick Library on February 2 to 17, 2017. It is a researcher’s dream. There is so much information that you could never see all of it, and the library staff is incredibly kind and helpful. Special thanks go to librarians Linda Harris Mehr, Louise Hilton and Marisa Duron who were particularly helpful during my visit.

A few notes that are specific to our project:

The library’s official policy is that membership information is considered confidential and restricted for forty years, which placed the official cut off date at 1977 as of the time of my visit. But like any large research facility that gets historical documents donated to them, the implementation and enforcement of that policy can vary widely, and I managed to uncover several documents that were dated later than that.

In some cases, I found that there were more recent documents that hadn’t been catalogued yet, so they didn’t realize that membership information was scattered throughout a large file. In other cases, my presence seemed to remind them that the policy existed, and items that had been catalogued and even advertised in their online manuscript inventory were marked as confidential right before I could see them, or right after I had seen them.

In one case, a file even got reclassified as confidential while I was in the middle of reading it! While I was sitting at the table! The library staff was very polite and apologetic about it, but were forced to take it away nonetheless. (Not to worry, though. I’ve already marked my calendar to make a return trip in 2027, the date that particular document will become unclassified again!)

As a result, some of the citations in our project say “May have been reclassified as confidential since my viewing on 2/2/2017”, with a link to this post to help explain why the document may not show up in the library catalogs anymore -- at least until the date that the particular document gets unclassified again.

A few other notes for our researchers:

The library has a generous photocopying policy, but I found that any item that contains a membership list is usually considered ineligible for photocopying -- even if it’s from before 1977. So the best thing to do is to bring your laptop and be prepared to retype all the names by hand, as I did.

The library computers also have a database with all of the Academy Governors from the founding. I’ve already gone through that and should have that updated on the site soon. And as a special treat, I got to view a series of Legacy Gallery Plaques in their outside portico.

All in all, it was a very productive trip for The Academy Members Project. From the few weeks that I was there, I took hundreds of pages of typewritten notes (yes, hundreds), which will take me at least a few months to get fully added to the site.

I can’t wait to go back and see what else there is to find!
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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

EXCLUSIVE: Which Of This Year’s Oscar Nominees Can Vote For Themselves? And Which Can't?

Here’s your guide to which Oscar nominees are already members of the Academy, courtesy of The Academy Members Project: The largest public list of Oscar Voters you’ll find on the internet.

The names below are divided into three categories:
  1. Existing Academy Members who can vote for the Oscars (and, if they choose to, themselves!) -- marked VOTING MEMBER! below.
  2. Non-Members who can’t -- marked NOT A MEMBER below.
  3. And a Wish List of people that we’re uncertain about -- marked UNCERTAIN below.

Enjoy!


  • Maren Ade - (Foreign Language Film) Toni Erdmann VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Casey Affleck - (Lead Actor) Manchester By The Sea VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Mahershala Ali - (Supporting Actor) Moonlight VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Richard Alonzo - (Makeup & Hairstyling) Star Trek Beyond UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Bub Asman - (Sound Editing) Sully VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Colleen Atwood - (Costume Design) Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Spencer Averick - (Documentary Feature) 13th NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Selim Azzazi - (Live Action Short) Ennemis Interieurs (Enemies Within) NOT A MEMBER (Source)

  • Aske Bang - (Live Action Short) Silent Nights NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Alan Barillaro - (Animated Short) Piper VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Howard Barish - (Documentary Feature) 13th UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Claude Barras - (Animated Feature) My Life As A Zucchini NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Lauren Beck - (Best Picture) Manchester By The Sea NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Sylvain Bellemare - (Sound Editing) Arrival UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Fred Berger - (Best Picture) La La Land NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Volker Bertelmann (aka Hauschka) - (Score) Lion NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Alessandro Bertolazzi - (Makeup & Hairstyling) Suicide Squad UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Jason Billington - (Visual Effects) Deepwater Horizon NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Todd Black - (Best Picture) Fences UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Richard Bluff - (Visual Effects) Doctor Strange VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Consolata Boyle - (Costume Design) Florence Foster Jenkins VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Jeff Bridges - (Supporting Actor) Hell Or High Water VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Nicholas Britell - (Score) Moonlight NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Martin Butler - (Foreign Language Film) Tanna NOT A MEMBER (Source)

  • Giacun Caduff - (Live Action Short) La Femme Et Le TGV (The Railroad Lady) NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Iain Canning - (Best Picture) Lion VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Stephane Ceretti - (Visual Effects) Doctor Strange VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Damien Chazelle - (Director and Original Screenplay) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Peter Chernin - (Best Picture) Hidden Figures VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Vincent Cirelli - (Visual Effects) Doctor Strange NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Ron Clements - (Animated Feature) Moana VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Andrew Coats - (Animated Short) Borrowed Time NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Kahane Cooperman - (Documentary Short Subject) Joe’s Violin UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Neil Corbould - (Visual Effects) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Paul Corbould - (Visual Effects) Doctor Strange VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Stuart Craig - (Production Design) Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Tom Cross - (Film Editing) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Burt Dalton - (Visual Effects) Deepwater Horizon VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Matt Damon - (Best Picture) Manchester By The Sea VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Luke Davies - (Adapted Screenplay) Lion NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Viola Davis - (Supporting Actress) Fences VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Kristof Deak - (Live Action Short) Sing NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Bentley Dean - (Foreign Language Film) Tanna NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Michael Dudok de Wit - (Animated Feature) The Red Turtle VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Ava DuVernay - (Documentary Feature) 13th VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Guy Hendrix Dyas - (Production Design) Passengers VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Ezra Edelman - (Documentary Feature) O.J. Made In America NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Stephen Ellis - (Documentary Short Subject) Watani: My Homeland NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Steve Emerson - (Visual Effects) Kubo And The Two Strings UNCERTAIN (Source)

  • Asghar Farhadi - (Foreign Language Film) The Salesman VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Angie Fielder - (Best Picture) Lion NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Efthimis Filippou - (Original Screenplay) The Lobster VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Madeline Fontaine - (Costume Design) Jackie VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Greig Fraser - (Cinematography) Lion VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Dede Gardner - (Best Picture) Moonlight VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Andrew Garfield - (Lead Actor) Hacksaw Ridge VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Mel Gibson - (Director) Hacksaw Ridge VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Donna Gigliotti - (Best Picture) Hidden Figures VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • John Gilbert - (Film Editing) Hacksaw Ridge VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Juanjo Gimenez - (Live Action Short) Timecode UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Julie Goldman - (Documentary Feature) Life Animated VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Jess Gonchor - (Production Design) Hail, Caesar! VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Ryan Gosling - (Lead Actor) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Peter Grace - (Sound Mixing) Hacksaw Ridge UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Giorgio Gregorini - (Makeup & Hairstyling) Suicide Squad VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Remi Grellety - (Documentary Feature) I Am Not Your Negro NOT A MEMBER (Source)

  • Jeffrey J. Haboush - (Sound Mixing) 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Carla Hacken - (Best Picture) Hell Or High Water UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Nancy Haigh - (Set Decoration) Hail, Caesar! VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Craig Hammack - (Visual Effects) Deepwater Horizon UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Lou Hamou-Lhadj - (Animated Short) Borrowed Time NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Joel Harlow - (Makeup & Hairstyling) Star Trek Beyond VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Naomie Harris - (Supporting Actress) Moonlight NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Lucas Hedges - (Supporting Actor) Manchester By The Sea NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Eric Heisserer - (Adapted Screenplay) Arrival NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Hal Hickel - (Visual Effects) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Hannes Holm - (Foreign Language Film) A Man Called Ove UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Jordan Horowitz - (Best Picture) La La Land NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Paul Hotte - (Set Decoration) Arrival UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Byron Howard - (Animated Feature) Zootopia VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Isabelle Huppert - (Lead Actress) Elle VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Justin Hurwitz - (Score and 2 Songs) La La Land NOT A MEMBER (Source)

  • Mildred Iatrou Morgan - (Sound Editing) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Barry Jenkins - (Director and Adapted Screenplay) Moonlight NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Joanna Johnston - (Costume Design) Allied VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Andrew R. Jones - (Visual Effects) The Jungle Book VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Oliver Jones - (Visual Effects) Kubo And The Two Strings NOT A MEMBER (Source)

  • Max Karli - (Animated Feature) My Life As A Zucchini NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Nicole Kidman - (Supporting Actress) Lion VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Jeremy Kleiner - (Best Picture) Moonlight VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Travis Knight - (Animated Feature) Kubo And The Two Strings VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • John Knoll - (Visual Effects) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Dan Krauss - (Documentary Short Subject) Extremis NOT A MEMBER (Source)

  • Claude La Haye - (Sound Mixing) Arrival UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Yorgos Lanthimos - (Original Screenplay) The Lobster VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Love Larson - (Makeup & Hairstyling) A Man Called Ove VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • James Laxton - (Cinematography) Moonlight NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Ai-Ling Lee - (Sound Editing and Sound Mixing) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Robert Legato - (Visual Effects) The Jungle Book VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Dan Lemmon - (Visual Effects) The Jungle Book VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Mohen Leo - (Visual Effects) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Mica Levi - (Score) Jackie NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Dan Levine - (Best Picture) Arrival NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Shawn Levy - (Best Picture) Arrival VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • David Linde - (Best Picture) Arrival UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Kenneth Lonergan - (Director and Original Screenplay) Manchester By The Sea VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Robert Mackenzie - (Sound Editing and Sound Mixing) Hacksaw Ridge UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Kim Magnusson - (Live Action Short) Silent Nights VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Max Martin - (Song) Trolls UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Daphne Matziaraki (Documentary Short Subject) 4.1 Miles NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Tarell Alvin McCraney - (Adapted Screenplay) Moonlight NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Brian McLean - (Visual Effects) Kubo And The Two Strings VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Joi McMillon - (Film Editing) Moonlight NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Bill Mechanic - (Best Picture) Hacksaw Ridge VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Theodore Melfi - (Best Picture and Adapted Screenplay) Hidden Figures NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Marcel Mettelsiefen - (Documentary Short Subject) Watai: My Homeland NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Mike Mills - (Original Screenplay) 20th Century Women NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda - (Song) Moana NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Chris Moore - (Best Picture) Manchester By The Sea UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Rich Moore - (Animated Feature) Zootopia VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Steve A. Morrow - (Sound Mixing) La La Land UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Viggo Mortensen - (Lead Actor) Captain Fantastic NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Alan Robert Murray - (Sound Editing) Sully VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • John Musker - (Animated Feature) Moana VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Joanna Natasegara - (Documentary Short Subject) The White Helmets NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Ruth Negga - (Lead Actress) Loving NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Raphaela Neihausen - (Documentary Short Subject) Joe’s Violin NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Andy Nelson - (Sound Mixing) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Christopher Nelson - (Makeup & Hairstyling) Suicide Squad UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Thomas Newman - (Score) Passengers VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Kevin O’Connell - (Sound Mixing) Hacksaw Ridge VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Dustin O’Halloran - (Score) Lion NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Patrick Osborne - (Animated Short) Pearl VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Donatella Palermo - (Documentary Feature) Fire At Sea UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • David Parker - (Sound Mixing) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Benj Pasek - (2 Songs) La La Land NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Dev Patel - (Supporting Actor) Lion VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Justin Paul - (2 Songs) La La Land NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Hebert Peck - (Documentary Feature) I Am Not Your Negro NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Raoul Peck - (Documentary Feature) I Am Not Your Negro VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • David Permut - (Best Picture) Hacksaw Ridge UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Anna Pinnock - (Set Decoration) Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Marc Platt - (Best Picture) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Natalie Portman - (Lead Actress) Jackie VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Rodrigo Prieto - (Cinematography) Silence VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • J. Ralph - (Song) Jim: The James Foley Story VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Jake Roberts - (Film Editing) Hell Or High Water NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Adele Romanski - (Best Picture) Moonlight NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Gianfranco Rosi - (Documentary Feature) Fire At Sea NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Scott Rudin - (Best Picture) Fences VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Greg P. Russell - (Sound Mixing) 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Mac Ruth - (Sound Mixing) 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Aaron Ryder - (Best Picture) Arrival VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Nat Sanders - (Film Editing) Moonlight NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Linus Sandgren - (Cinematography) La La Land NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Christopher Scarabosio - (Sound Mixing) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Brad Schiff - (Visual Effects) Kubo And The Two Strings UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Allison Schroeder - (Adapted Screenplay) Hidden Figures NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Karl Johan Schuster (aka Shellback) - (Song) Trolls NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Gene Serdena - (Set Decorator) Passengers VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Michael Shannon - (Supporting Actor) Nocturnal Animals VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Taylor Sheridan - (Original Screenplay) Hell Or High Water NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Emile Sherman - (Best Picture) Lion VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Osnat Shurer - (Animated Feature) Moana VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Jason Snell - (Visual Effects) Deepwater Horizon NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Marc Sondheimer - (Animated Short) Piper NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Cara Speller - (Animated Short) Pear Cider And Cigarettes NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Clark Spencer - (Animated Feature) Zootopia VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Octavia Spencer - (Supporting Actress) Hidden Figures VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Wylie Stateman - (Sound Editing) Deepwater Horizon VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Kimberly Steward - (Best Picture) Manchester By The Sea NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Sting - (Song) Jim: The James Foley Story UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Emma Stone - (Lead Actress) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Meryl Streep - (Lead Actress) Florence Foster Jenkins VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Bernard Gariepy Strobl - (Sound Mixing) Arrival UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Gary Summers - (Sound Mixing) 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Arianne Sutner - (Animated Feature) Kubo And The Two Strings NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Toshio Suzuki - (Animated Feature) The Red Turtle VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Justin Timberlake - (Song) Trolls NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Renee Tondelli - (Sound Editing) Deepwater Horizon VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Jenno Topping - (Best Picture) Hidden Figures UNCERTAIN (Source)

  • Anna Udvardy - (Live Action Short) Sing NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Theodore Ushev - (Animated Short) Blind Vaysha NOT A MEMBER (Source)

  • Adam Valdez - (Visual Effects) The Jungle Book VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Robert Valley - (Animated Short) Pear Cider And Cigarettes NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Patrice Vermette - (Production Design) Arrival VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Denis Villeneuve - (Director) Arrival VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Eva von Bahr - (Makeup & Hairstyling) A Man Called Ove VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Orlando von Einsiedel - (Documentary Short Subject) The White Helmets NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Timo von Gunten - (Live Action Short) La Femme Et Le TGV (The Railroad Lady) NOT A MEMBER (Source)

  • Joe Walker - (Film Editing) Arrival VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Kevin J. Walsh - (Best Picture) Manchester By The Sea NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • David Wasco - (Production Design) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Sandy Reynolds-Wasco - (Set Decoration) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Denzel Washington - (Best Picture and Lead Actor) Fences VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Caroline Waterlow - (Documentary Feature) O.J. Made In America UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Michelle Williams - (Supporting Actress) Manchester By The Sea VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Pharrell Williams - (Best Picture) Hidden Figures VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Roger Ross Williams - (Documentary Feature) Life Animated VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • August Wilson - (Adapted Screenplay) Fences NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Stuart Wilson - (Sound Mixing) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story VOTING MEMBER! (Source)
  • Andy Wright - (Sound Editing and Sound Mixing) Hacksaw Ridge NOT A MEMBER (Source)

  • Julie Yorn - (Best Picture) Hell Or High Water UNCERTAIN (Source)
  • Bradford Young - (Cinematography) Arrival VOTING MEMBER! (Source)

  • Martin Zandvliet - (Foreign Language Film) Land Of Mine NOT A MEMBER (Source)
  • Mary Zophres - (Costume Design) La La Land VOTING MEMBER! (Source)


Want to learn more about who is and is not part of the Academy? Check out The Academy Members Project: The largest public list of Oscar Voters you’ll find on the internet!
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