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For movie buffs in York County, the Academy Award nominations can be bittersweet.

Sweet because it's fun to see what Hollywood considers its best work of the year.

Bitter because, often, so many of those films have never made it to movie theaters in York County.

This year is much the same. Many of the nominees for Best Picture were shown in York, but some for only a week or two. Strangely, some, such as "Lady Bird," were here last week, before the nominations were announced on Tuesday, Jan. 23, but aren't here this weekend. 

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One, "Phantom Thread," hasn't played here at all. 

Here are the movies that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is considering for Best Picture. Check them out while you can. 

For the true cinemaphile, AMC Owings Mills 17 in Owings Mills, Maryland, is showing all nine Best Picture nominees this weekend, Jan. 26-28.

The Oscars will be awarded Sunday, March 4.

"Call Me by Your Name," also nominated for Best Actor, Timothee Chalamet, and Best Writing Adapted Screenplay. Playing at the Midtown Cinema, Harrisburg, and Regal Harrisburg Stadium 14.

''Darkest Hour," a total of six nominations including Best Actor for Gary Oldman. Playing at Regal West Manchester Stadium 13 and R/C Hanover Movies.

''Dunkirk," total of eight nominations including Christopher Nolan's first nomination for Best Director. The movie opened in July and is out on Blu-ray and DVD.

''Get Out," total of four nominations including Best Director for Jordan Peele, Best Original Screenplay and Best Actor for Daniel Kaluuya. The movie was released in February and is out on Blu-ray and DVD.

''Lady Bird," total of five nominations including Best Director for Greta Gerwig, Best Actress for Saoirse Ronan and Best Supporting Actress for Laurie Metcalfe. Playing at AMC Camp Hill and at Regal Manor Stadium 13 in Lancaster. 

''Phantom Thread," total of six nominations including Best Actor for Daniel Day-Lewis, Best Supporting Actress for Lesley Manville and Best Director for Paul Thomas Anderson. Playing at Midtown Cinema in Harrisburg, AMC Camp Hill and Regal Manor Stadium 16 in Lancaster.

''The Post," which also garnered a 21st Best Actress nomination for Meryl Streep. Playing at Regal West Manchester Stadium 13, Frank Theatres Queensgate Stadium 13 and R/C Hanover Movies.

''The Shape of Water," total of 13 nominations including Best Director for Guillermo del Toro, Best Actress for Sally Hawkins, Best Supporting Actor for Richard Jenkins and Best Supporting Actress for Octavia Spencer. Playing at Regal West Manchester Stadium 13, Frank Theatres Queensgate Stadium 13 and R/C Hanover Movies.

"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." total of seven nominations including Best Actress for Frances McDormand and two for Best Supporting Actor, Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson. Playing at Regal West Manchester Stadium 13 and R/C Hanover Movies.

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