Oscar predictions: Editing, Cinematography, Score, Song, Production Design

See Our Oscar Predictions in Score, Editing, and More—and Make Your Own

See Our Oscar Predictions in Score, Editing, and More—and Make Your Own

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Feb. 18 2015 4:56 PM

Slate’s Oscar Predictions: Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, Music


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Between now and Oscar night, Feb. 22, Slate’s Dan Kois and Aisha Harris will be predicting the winners in every category. But if you’d rather trust the wisdom of the crowds than the so-called experts, Slate’s got you covered: Make your own predictions in our ranking widget, and when you click “cast your vote” (or share the list), we’ll count your predictions as part of our all-Slate-reader ballot.

Today: Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, Score, and Song! Will these crucial categories follow an eventual Best Picture winner? Or will they serve to reward Best Picture losers who need a little love?

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Slate's Oscar predictions schedule:

Thursday, Feb. 12: Adapted Screenplay, Original Screenplay, Foreign Language Film, Animated Feature
Friday, Feb. 13: Visual Effects, Sound Mixing, Sound Editing, Makeup, Costume Design
Monday, Feb. 16: Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress
Tuesday, Feb. 17: Documentary Short, Animated Short, Live-Action Short, Documentary Feature
Wednesday, Feb. 18: Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, Original Score, Original Song
Thursday, Feb. 19: Actor, Actress
Friday, Feb. 20: Director, Picture

Correction, Feb. 18, 2015, 10:51 p.m.: Due to a production error, Dan Kois’ predictions for Best Original Score originally listed The Imitation Game twice.

Aisha Harris is a Slate culture writer and host of the Slate podcast Represent.

Dan Kois edits and writes for Slate’s human interest and culture departments. He’s the co-author, with Isaac Butler, of The World Only Spins Forward, a history of Angels in America, and is writing a book called How to Be a Family.