The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have narrowed the field for the Best Documentary Oscar this year, and two notable titles were left off the list. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Academy has revealed the list of its 15 documentaries that will compete for the Best Documentary Oscar, down from 89 that were originally submitted.

Two of the most prominent documentaries of the year were left off the list, though. Michael Moore's Capitalism: A Love Story and James Toback's Tyson were not included among the 15 films selected. Take a look at the full list below.

  • The Beaches of Agnes, Agnes Varda, director (Cine-Tamaris)
  • - Burma VJ, Anders Østergaard, director (Magic Hour Films)
  • - The Cove, Louie Psihoyos, director (Oceanic Preservation Society)
  • - Every Little Step, James D. Stern and Adam Del Deo, directors (Endgame Entertainment)
  • - Facing Ali, Pete McCormack, director (Network Films Inc.)
  • - Food, Inc., Robert Kenner, director (Robert Kenner Films)
  • - Garbage Dreams, Mai Iskander, director (Iskander Films Inc.)
  • - Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors Without Borders, Mark N. Hopkins, director (Red Floor Pictures Llc.)
  • - The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers, Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith, directors (Kovno Communications)
  • - Mugabe and the White African, Andrew Thompson and Lucy Bailey, directors (Arturi Films Limited)
  • - Sergio, Greg Barker, director (Passion Pictures and Silverbridge Prods.)
  • - Soundtrack for a Revolution, Bill Guttentag and Dan Sturman, directors (Freedom Song Prods.)
  • - Under Our Skin, Andy Abrahams Wilson, director (Open Eye Pictures)
  • - Valentino: The Last Emperor, Matt Tyrnauer, director (Acolyte Films)
  • - Which Way Home, Rebecca Cammisa, director (Mr. Mudd)