With award season in full swing, the biggest event of them all is less than a month away. The 89th Academy Awards will take place on Feb. 26, and the likely winners are starting to become more clear.

“La La Land” was the most critically acclaimed film of 2016 in many respects, and it has the best chance to stand out among the rest of the movies at the Oscars. It tied a record with 14 nominations, and it’s favored to win a few of the night’s most prestigious awards.

With 1/6 betting odds, “La La Land” remains the overwhelming favorite to win the award for best picture. Emma Stone is a 1/6 favorite, as well, to win for best actress for her role in the movie, and Damien Chazelle looks like a shoo-in to win for best director. Stone won the award at Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, and all three nominees were victorious at the 2017 Golden Globe Awards.

While previous award shows have affirmed the status of “La La Land” as the favorite in several categories, they’ve also helped other candidates emerge. After a successful run in January, “Moonlight” now has the second best odds to win for best picture.

“Manchester by the Sea” was once thought to be the biggest competition to “La La Land,” entering the Golden Globes as the favorite to win best motion picture drama. But “Moonlight” took home the victory, making it a legitimate threat at the 2017 Oscars.

Mahershala Ali of “Moonlight” won for outstanding performance by an actor in a lead role at the SAG awards, and he is one of the biggest favorites at the Academy Awards. The film is a 1/9 favorite to win for best adapted screenplay, totaling eight nominations.

“Hidden Figures” appears to have emerged as the dark horse candidate for best picture since it won for outstanding performance by a cast in a theatrical motion picture at the SAG awards. The film has three total nominations.

“Manchester by the Sea” hasn’t been as successful as previously predicted during award season. The movie has the fourth best odds to win for best picture, though Casey Affleck is the odds-on favorite to win for best actor. It has the same odds as “La La Land” to win for best original screenplay.

Here is a look at the betting odds for the biggest awards at the 89th Academy Awards, via Bovada.lv.

Odds to win best picture

“La La Land” 1/6

“Moonlight” 6/1

“Hidden Figures” 10/1

“Manchester by the Sea” 18/1

“Fences” 66/1

“Hacksaw Ridge” 66/1

“Arrival” 80/1

“Lion” 80/1

“Hell or High Water” 100/1

Odds to win best actor

Casey Affleck (“Manchester by the Sea”) 4/9

Denzel Washington (“Fences”) 3/2

Ryan Gosling (“La La Land”) 12/1

Andrew Garfield (“Hacksaw Ridge”) 33/1

Viggo Mortensen (“Captain Fantastic”) 100/1

Odds to win best actress

Emma Stone (“La La Land”) 1/6

Natalie Portman (“Jackie”) 4/1

Isabelle Huppert (“Elle”) 10/1

Ruth Negga (“Loving”) 40/1

Meryl Streep (“Florence Foster Jenkins”) 50/1

Odds to win best supporting actor

Mahershala Ali (“Moonlight”) 1/10

Jeff Bridges (“Hell or High Water”) 11/1

Michael Shannon (“Nocturnal Animals”) 12/1

Lucas Hedges (“Manchester by the Sea”) 15/1

Dev Patel (“Lion”) 15/1

Odds to win best supporting actress

Viola Davis (“Fences”) 1/25

Michelle Williams (“Manchester by the Sea”) 9/1

Naomie Harris (“Moonlight”) 15/1

Nicole Kidman (“Lion”) 25/1

Octavia Spencer (“Hidden Figures”) 55/1

Odds to win best director

Damien Chazelle (“La La Land”) 1/10

Kenneth Lonergan (“Manchester by the Sea”) 15/2

Barry Jenkins (“Moonlight”) 8/1

Mel Gibson (“Hacksaw Ridge”) 25/1

Denis Villeneuve (“Arrival”) 50/1

Odds to win best adapted screenplay

“Moonlight” 1/9

“Arrival” 11/2

“Hidden Figures” 18/1

“Lion” 22/1

“Fences” 22/1

Odds to win best original screenplay

“La La Land” 5/6

“Manchester by the Sea” 5/6

“Hell or High Water” 14/1

“The Lobster” 33/1

“20th Century Women” 50/1

Odds to win best documentary feature

“O.J.: Made in America” 1/7

“13th” 4/1

“I Am Not Your Negro” 12/1

“Fire at Sea” 33/1

“Life, Animated” 50/1

Odds to win best animated feature

“Zootopia” 1/10

“Kubo and the Two Strings” 5/1

“Moana” 19/2

“My Life as a Zucchini” 66/1

“The Red Turtle” 66/1

Odds to win best original score

“La La Land” 1/20

“Lion” 9/1

“Moonlight” 9/1

“Jackie” 50/1

“Passengers” 50/1

Odds to win best original song

“City Of Stars” (“La La Land”) 1/5

“How Far I'll Go” (“Moana”) 5/1

“Audition/The Fools Who Dream” (“La La Land”) 13/2

“Can't Stop The Feeling” (“Trolls”) 33/1

“The Empty Chair” (“Jim: The James Foley Story”) 33/1

Odds to win best visual effects

“The Jungle Book” 2/9

“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” 5/1

“Doctor Strange” 6/1

“Kubo and the Two Strings” 25/1

“Deepwater Horizon” 33/1

Odds to win best cinematography

“La La Land” 1/7

“Arrival” 5/1

“Moonlight” 8/1

“Silence” 33/1

“Lion” 66/1

Odds to win best costume design

“La La Land” 1/3

“Jackie” 9/5

“Florence Foster Jenkins” 25/1

“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” 33/1

“Allied” 40/1

Odds to win best foreign language film

“Toni Erdmann” (Germany) 2/9

“The Salesman” (Iran) 7/2

“A Man Called Ove” (Sweden) 7/1

“Land of Mine” (Denmark) 66/1

“Tanna” (Australia) 66/1