'Honey Boy' and 'Give Me Liberty' landed four noms each, followed by 'Clemency,' 'Hustlers,' 'The Last Black Man in San Francisco,' 'Luce' and 'The Third Wife,' with three apiece.
A24 dominated the nominations for the 2020 Film Independent Spirit Awards, which were announced Thursday.
The company scored 18 mentions, with two of its films, Uncut Gems and The Lighthouse, landing a leading five noms each.
The Safdie brothers' Adam Sandler starrer Uncut Gems is nominated for the top prize of best feature, along with best director, best editing, best male lead (Sandler) and best screenplay. Robert Eggers' The Lighthouse, starring Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, is nominated for best cinematography, best director, best editing, best male lead (Pattinson) and best supporting male (Dafoe).
For best feature, Uncut Gems will face off against Terrence Malick's A Hidden Life; Chinonye Chukwu's Clemency, starring Alfre Woodard; Lulu Wang's Awkwafina starrer The Farewell and Noah Baumbach's Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson starrer Marriage Story.
Honey Boy and Give Me Liberty landed four noms each, followed by Clemency, Hustlers, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Luce and The Third Wife with three apiece. Burning Cane, Colewell, Driveways, Diane, The Farewell, Marriage Story, The Mustang, Premature and See You Yesterday each scored two noms. Marriage Story will also be recognized with the Robert Altman Award, given to a film's director, casting director and ensemble cast.
Josh and Benny Safdie and Eggers will vie for best director honors with Honey Boy's Alma Har'el, Hustlers' Lorene Scafaria and Luce's Julius Onah.
Honey Boy joins The Lighthouse, Hustlers, The Third Wife and Midsommar in the best cinematography category, and it landed two noms for best supporting male for Noah Jupe and Shia LaBeouf.
Give Me Liberty is up for best editing, best male lead, best supporting female and the John Cassavetes Award, given to the best feature made for under $500,000.
Clemency is also up for best female lead (Woodard) and best screenplay, competing in the latter category with Marriage Story, Uncut Gems, High Flying Bird and To Dust.
Hustlers' Jennifer Lopez scored a best supporting female nod, alongside Waves' Taylor Russell, Give Me Liberty's Lolo Spencer, Luce's Octavia Spencer and The Farewell's Zhao Shuzhen.
The Last Black Man in San Francisco is up for best first feature along with Olivia Wilde's Booksmart, Michael Angelo Covino's The Climb, Kent Jones' Diane, Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre's The Mustang and Stefon Bristol's Spike Lee-produced See You Yesterday.
Woodard will face off in the best female lead category against Judy star Renee Zellweger, Colewell's Karen Allen, Driveways' Hong Chau, Her Smell's Elisabeth Moss and Diane's Mary Kay Place.
In the best male lead category, Sandler and Pattinson join Give Me Liberty's Chris Galust, Luce's Kelvin Harrison Jr. and The Mustang's Matthias Schoenaerts.
Zazie Beetz and Natasha Lyonne announced the nominees during a press conference at Los Angeles' Line Hotel.
The 35th annual Film Independent Spirit Awards are set to be held Feb. 8 and will air on IFC.
Read on for a full list of this year's nominees.
A Hidden Life
Producers: Elisabeth Bentley, Dario Bergesio, Grant Hill, Josh Jeter
Producers: Timur Bekbosunov, Julian Cautherley, Bronwyn Cornelius, Peter Wong
Producers: Anita Gou, Daniele Melia, Andrew Miano, Peter Saraf, Marc Turtletaub, Lulu Wang, Chris Weitz, Jane Zheng
Producers: Noah Baumbach, David Heyman
Producers: Eli Bush, Sebastian Bear-McClard, Scott Rudin
Director: Olivia Wilde
Producers: Chelsea Barnard, David Distenfeld, Jessica Elbaum, Megan Ellison, Katie Silberman
Director/Producer: Michael Angelo Covino
Producers: Noah Lang, Kyle Marvin
Director: Kent Jones
Producers: Luca Borghese, Ben Howe, Caroline Kaplan, Oren Moverman
The Last Black Man in San Francisco
Director/Producer: Joe Talbot
Producers: Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Khaliah Neal, Christina Oh
Director: Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre
Producer: Ilan Goldman
See You Yesterday
Director: Stefon Bristol
Producer: Spike Lee
Writer/Director/Producer: Phillip Youmans
Producers: Ojo Akinlana, Jakob Johnson, Karen Kaia Livers, Mose Mayer, Wendell Pierce, Isaac Webb, Cassandra Youmans
Writer/Director: Tom Quinn
Producers: Joshua Blum, Alexandra Byer, Craig Shilowich, Matthew Thurm
Give Me Liberty
Writer/Director/Producer: Kirill Mikhanovsky
Writer/Producer: Alice Austen
Producers: Val Abel, Wally Hall, Michael Manasseri, George Rush, Sergey Shtern
Writer/Director/Producer: Rashaad Ernesto Green
Writer: Zora Howard
Producer: Darren Dean, Joy Ganes
Wild Nights With Emily
Writer/Director/Producer: Madeleine Olnek
Producers: Anna Margarita Albelo, Casper Andreas, Max Rifkind-Barron
Director: Noah Baumbach
Casting Directors: Douglas Aibel, Francine Maisler
Ensemble Cast: Alan Alda, Laura Dern, Adam Driver, Julie Hagerty, Scarlett Johansson, Ray Liotta, Azhy Robertson, Merritt Wever
Director/Producer: Steven Bognar & Julia Reichert
Producers: Julie Parker Benello, Jeff Reichert
Director/Producer: Todd Douglas Miller
Producers: Evan Krauss, Thomas Baxley Petersen
Director: Edward Watts
Director/Producer: Waad al-Kateab
Director: Tamara Kotevska
Director/Producer: Ljubo Stefanov
Producer: Atanas Georgiev
Island of the Hungry Ghosts
Director/Producer: Gabrielle Brady
Producers: Gizem Acarla, Samm Haillay, Alex Kelly, Alexander Wadouh
Invisible Life (Brazil), Director: Karim Aïnouz
Les Misérables (France), Director: Ladj Ly
Parasite (South Korea), Director: Bong Joon-Ho
Portrait of a Lady on Fire (France), Director: Céline Sciamma
Retablo (Peru), Director: Álvaro Delgado-Aparicio L.
The Souvenir (United Kingdom), Director: Joanna Hogg