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The Oscars are just nine days away. We gave you our picks for the top races here, but if you're trying to win your Oscar pool, you need to know who's going to win in the remaining categories, like Sound Editing. We've got that for you and all the other races — plus a printable ballot where you can write down your picks. Good luck!

Original Screenplay: Manchester by the Sea
This is a tough one to predict, especially before the Writer's Guild weighs in on Sunday, but with La La Land looking to win big, we are figuring the Academy throws its love around and rewards Kenneth Lonergan for his poignant writing in Manchester by the Sea. If not, look to Damien Chazelle to take home another statue.

Adapted Screenplay: Moonlight
The Academy's decision to include Moonlight in the adapted category all but ensures a win here for the beloved picture.

Film Editing: Tom Cross, La La Land
Cross won before for Chazelle's Whiplash. And even though both Arrival and La La Land won at the ACE Awards, expect Cross to add another statue to his mantle.

Cinematography: Linus Sandgren, La La Land
Arrival's Bradford Young deserves this prize, but the La La Land sweep will likely continue to this category too.

Production Design: La La Land

Costume Design: Mary Zophres, La La Land
This film should turn the two-time nominee into a winner.

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Makeup and hairstyling: Star Trek Beyond

Visual Effects: The Jungle Book
The film made close to $1 billion worldwide and has been heralded as a technical achievement. One little Oscar is the least the Academy can do.

Sound Editing: Hacksaw Ridge
There is a chance La La could take this one, too, but with war movies often scoring high in this category, we are going with Hacksaw Ridge.

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Sound Mixing: La La Land
Musicals often win this prize, and with La La winning most things, why wouldn't it win this one too?

Original Score: La La Land
Justin Hurwitz spent seven years getting the score for La La Land just right. And it shows. How could the man who created these memorable themes not win?

Original Song: ‘City of Stars' from La La Land
Because two La La Land songs are vying for this award, could they split the vote? That would mean good news for Lin-Manuel Miranda's Moana tune, but it's still a long shot.

Foreign Language: The Salesman
Director Asghar Farhadi's decision to not attend the Oscars as a protest against President Donald Trump's travel ban has shined an intense spotlight on his film, which will now likely win.

Animated Feature: Zootopia
Disney's giant blockbuster with a message is likely to be the big winner, which would mean a hat trick for the studio after both Frozen and Big Hero 6 won.

Animated Short: Piper
In a race between Piper and Pearl, let's pick the one from Pixar.

Documentary Feature: O.J.: Made in America
It's doubtful that the doc's five-part, seven-plus-hour structure will hamper its chances. But if it does, expect Netflix's 13TH to swoop in.

Documentary Short: Joe's Violin
The Syrian crisis is front-and-center in three of the five documentaries: White Helmets, Watani: My Homeland, and 4.1 Miles, which is why Joe's Violin, a story about a 92-year old Holocaust survivor who donates his violin to a 12-year old girl living in the Bronx might just sneak in and win. Plus, it's got the support of Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart, which doesn't hurt.

Live-Action Short: Ennemis Intérieurs
We think sound editor Selim Azzazi could win an Oscar with his directorial debut centering on a French police officer interrogating a French-Algerian man who is accused of protecting the identities of possible terrorists.

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