Our annual My Entertainment World Award Season began today with the My Theatre and My TV Award Nominees, and now it’s time for our 2nd annual My Cinema Awards. Then we’ll kick off our Nominee Interview Series and announce the Winners, Performers of the Year and recipients of our yearly Honorary Award.

The following is a list of the 2011 My Cinema Award nominees. Any film that hit theatres between Jan 1 and Dec 31 2011 qualifies for an award (as much as it pains us, that means that festival darlings like Albert Nobbs and Coriolanus won’t qualify until next year on account of their January wide releases). Nominees have been divided into 14 categories with Comedy, Fantasy and Musical lumped together and Drama, Action and Horror likewise linked.

Please post a comment or send us an email if you wish to share your thoughts, predictions or votes. (Nominees can email us any time at kelly@myentertainmentworld.ca to sign up to be included in our 2011 Nominee Interview Series).

Congratulations to all the nominees!

Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy, Fantasy or Musical
Colin Farrell (Horrible Bosses)
Seth Rogen (50/50)
Ben Kingsley (Hugo)
Alan Rickman (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II)
Patton Oswalt (Young Adult)

Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy, Fantasy or Musical
Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids)
Jodie Foster (Carnage)
Jennifer Aniston (Horrible Bosses)
Anjelica Huston (50/50)
Collette Wolfe (Young Adult)

Best Supporting Actor in a Drama, Action or Horror
Christopher Plummer (Beginners)
Bryan Cranston (Drive)
George Clooney (The Ides of March)
Tom Hiddleston (Thor)
Zachary Quinto (Margin Call)

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama, Action or Horror
Allison Janney (The Help)
Octavia Spencer (The Help)
Jennifer Ehle (Contagion)
Jennifer Lawrence (Like Crazy)
Judy Greer (The Descendants)

Best Actor in a Comedy, Fantasy or Musical
Owen Wilson (Midnight in Paris)
Steve Coogan (The Trip)
Charlie Day (Horrible Bosses)
Joseph Gordon-Levitt (50/50)
Jean Dujardin (The Artist)

Best Actress in a Comedy, Fantasy or Musical
Kristin Wiig (Bridesmaids)
Mila Kunis (Friends with Benefits)
Ginnifer Goodwin (Something Borrowed)
Charlize Theron (Young Adult)
Berenice Bejo (The Artist)

Best Actor in a Drama, Action or Horror
Ewan McGregor (Beginners)
Ryan Gosling (Drive)
Leonardo DiCaprio (J. Edgar)
Paul Bettany (Margin Call)
Michael Fassbender (Shame)

Best Actress in a Drama, Action or Horror
Viola Davis (The Help)
Elizabeth Olsen (Martha Marcy May Marlene)
Kirsten Dunst (Melancholia)
Jessica Chastain (The Debt)
Rooney Mara (The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo)
Shailene Woodley (The Descendants)

Best Director
Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris)
Martin Scorsese (Hugo)
Steven Soderbergh (Contagion)
Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive)
Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist)

Best Effects
The Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Super 8
Mission: Impossible- Ghost Protocol

Best Screenplay- Comedy, Fantasy or Musical
Kristin Wiig, Annie Mumolo (Bridesmaids)
Tom Hanks, Nia Vardalos (Larry Crowne)
Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris)
Michael Markowitz, John Francis Daley, Jonathan M Goldstein (Horrible Bosses)
Diablo Cody (Young Adult)

Best Screenplay- Drama, Action or Horror
Mike Mills (Beginners)
Aaron Sorkin, Steven Zaillian (Moneyball)
George Clooney, Grant Heslov, Beau Willimon (The Ides of March)
Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, Jim Rash (The Descendants)
JC Chandor (Margin Call)

Best Comedy, Fantasy or Musical
Midnight in Paris
The Trip
Horrible Bosses
Young Adult

Best Drama, Action or Horror
The Help
Margin Call