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  • Ahsan Haseeb 6:04 pm on December 16, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    18th Annual Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 

    The Toronto Film Critics Association (TFCA) announced their awards on December 15th, 2014 with giving away the Best Film award to Boyhood directed by Richard Linklater who also won the Best Director award.

    Last year, 4 TFCA winners won the Oscar, i.e. Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor and Best Screenplay. Let’s see how it goes this year.

    Here is the complete list of winners along with runners-up:

    •    Best Film: Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, a cinematic masterpiece that evokes beauty in life and the inevitable passage of time

    Runners-up: The Grand Budapest HotelInherent Vice

    •    Best Director: Richard Linklater, for the singular achievement that is Boyhood

    Runners-up: Paul Thomas Anderson, Inherent Vice; Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel

    •    Best Actor: Tom Hardy, for playing a Welsh builder in crisis in Locke

    Runners-up: Jake Gyllenhaal, Nightcrawler; Ralph Fiennes, The Grand Budapest Hotel

    •    Best Actress: Marion Cotillard, for her performance as a Polish woman navigating 1920s America in The Immigrant

    Runners-up: Julianne Moore, Still Alice; Reese Witherspoon, Wild

    •    Best Supporting Actor: J.K. Simmons, for his role as a tyrannical conductor in Whiplash

    Runners-up: Josh Brolin, Inherent Vice; Edward Norton, Birdman

    •    Best Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette, for her role as the mother of Mason Jr. in Boyhood

    Runners-up: Katherine Waterston, Inherent Vice; Tilda Swinton, Snowpiercer

    •    Best Screenplay: The Grand Budapest Hotel, for its nuanced humour and intricate narrative dollhouse

    Runners-up: Boyhood (dir. Richard Linklater); Inherent Vice (dir. Paul Thomas Anderson)

    •    Best Animated Feature: Isao Takahata’s delicate fable The Tale of the Princess Kaguya

    Runners-up: The Lego MovieBig Hero 6How to Train Your Dragon 2

    •   Best First Feature: Ritesh Batra’s The Lunchbox

    Runners-up: Nightcrawler (dir. Dan Gilroy); John Wick (dir. David Leitch and Chad Stahelski)

    •   Best Foreign-Language Film: Ruben Östlund’s Force Majeure

    Runners-up: Ida (dir. Pawel Pawlikowski); Leviathan (dir. Andrei Zvyagintsev)

    •   Best Documentary Film: Jesse Moss’s The Overnighters

    Runners-up: Citizenfour (dir. Laura Poitras); Manakamana (dir. Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez)

     
  • Ahsan Haseeb 5:36 pm on December 16, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    27th Annual Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 

    The Chicago Film Critics Association (CFCA) announced their 27th annual awards at a ceremony held on December 15, 2014 with giving away the Best Film award to Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater who also won the Best Director award.

    Last year, 8 CFCA winners won the Oscar, i.e. Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Screenplay, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Editing and Best Cinematography. Let’s see how it goes this year.

    Here is the complete list of winners:

    BEST PICTURE: Boyhood

    BEST DIRECTOR: Richard Linklater — Boyhood

    BEST ACTOR: Michael Keaton — Birdman

    BEST ACTRESS: Julianne Moore — Still Alice

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: J.K. Simmons — Whiplash

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Patricia Arquette — Boyhood

    BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Wes Anderson — The Grand Budapest Hotel

    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY: Gillian Flynn — Gone Girl

    BEST ART DIRECTION: The Grand Budapest Hotel

    BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY (TIE): Birdman — Emmanuel Lubezki and The Grand Budapest Hotel — Robert Yeoman

    BEST EDITING: Whiplash — Tom Cross

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE: Under the Skin — Mica Levi

    BEST ANIMATED FEATURE: The Lego Movie

    BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE: Life Itself

    BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM: Force Majeure

    MOST PROMISING PERFORMER: Jack O’Connell — Starred Up/Unbroken

    MOST PROMISING FILMMAKER: Damien Chazelle — Whiplash

     
  • Ahsan Haseeb 5:18 pm on December 16, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    8th Annual Detroit Film Critics Society Awards 

    The Detroit Film Critics Society (DFCS) announced their awards on December 15th, 2014 with giving away the Best Film award to Boyhood written and directed by Richard Linklater who also won the Best Director award.

    Last year, 4 DFCS winners won the Oscar, i.e. Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Screenplay. Let’s see how it goes this time.

     Here is the complete list of winners along with the nominations:

    BEST FILM

    • Winner: Boyhood
    • Birdman
    • The Grand Budapest Hotel
    • Under the Skin
    • Whiplash

    BEST DIRECTOR

    • Winner: Richard Linklater, Boyhood
    • Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel
    • Damien Chazelle, Whiplash
    • Jonathan Glazer, Under the Skin
    • Ajejandro González Iñárritu, Birdman

    BEST ACTOR

    • Winner: Michael Keaton, Birdman
    • Benedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game
    • Brendan Gleeson, Calvary
    • Jake Gyllenhaal, Nightcrawler
    • Tom Hardy, Locke
    • Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything

    BEST ACTRESS

    • Winner: Rosamund Pike, Gone Girl
    • Essie Davis, The Babadook
    • Scarlett Johansson, Under the Skin
    • Julianne Moore, Still Alice
    • Reese Witherspoon, Wild

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

    • Winner: JK Simmons, Whiplash
    • Josh Brolin, Inherent Vice
    • Ethan Hawke, Boyhood
    • Edward Norton, Birdman
    • Mark Ruffalo, Foxcatcher

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

    • Winner: Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
    • Laura Dern, Wild
    • Rene Russo, Nightcrawler
    • Emma Stone, Birdman
    • Tilda Swinton, Snowpiercer

    BEST ENSEMBLE

    • Winner: Birdman
    • Winner: The Grand Budapest Hotel
    • Winner: Guardians of the Galaxy
    • Boyhood
    • Into the Woods

    BREAKTHROUGH

    • Winner: Damien Chazelle, Whiplash (director, screenplay)
    • Jennifer Kent, The Babadook (director, screenplay)
    • Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Belle, Beyond the Lights (actress)
    • Chris Pratt, Guardians of the Galaxy (actor)
    • Dan Stevens, The Guest (actor)

    BEST SCREENPLAY

    • Winner: Richard Linklater, Boyhood
    • Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel
    • Damien Chazelle, Whiplash
    • Nicolas Giacobone and Alejandro González Iñárritu, Birdman
    • John Michael McDonagh, Calvary

    BEST DOCUMENTARY

    • Winner: CitizenFour
    • Finding Vivian Maier
    • Jodorowsky’s Dune
    • Keep On Keepin’ On
    • Life Itself
     
  • Ahsan Haseeb 5:54 pm on December 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    11th Annual St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards 

    The St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association announced their 10th annual awards on December 15th, 2014 with giving away the Best Film award to Boyhood whereas the Best Director award went to Alejandro González Iñárritu for Birdman.

    Last year, 10 STL winners won the Oscar which is a great feat. Let’s see how it goes this year.

    Here is the list of winners:

    Best Film
    “Boyhood”

    Best Director
    Alejandro González Iñárritu, “Birdman”

    Best Actor
    Jake Gyllenhaal, “Nightcrawler”

    Best Actress
    Rosamund Pike, “Gone Girl”

    Best Supporting Actor
    J.K. Simmons, “Whiplash”

    Best Supporting Actress
    Patricia Arquette, “Boyhood”

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    “Gone Girl”

    Best Original Screenplay
    “Birdman”

    Best Art Direction
    “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

    Best Cinematography
    “Birdman”

    Best Musical Score
    “Birdman”

    Best Visual Effects
    “Interstellar”

    Best Animated Film
    “The LEGO Movie”

    Best Non-English Language Film
    “Force Majeure”

    Best Documentary
    “CITIZENFOUR”

    Best Art House or Festival Film
    “Whiplash”

    Best Comedy
    “Guardians of the Galaxy”

    Best Soundtrack
    “Guardians of the Galaxy”

    Best Scene
    “X-Men: Days of Future Past” (Quicksilver Escape from the Pentagon)

     
  • Ahsan Haseeb 5:41 pm on December 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    21st Annual Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 

    The Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association (DFWFCA) announced their awards on December 15th, 2014 with giving away the Best Picture award to Birdman directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu who also won the Best Director award.

    Last year, 11 DFWFCA winners won the Oscars which is a huge feat for critics for awarding the right films. Let’s see how it goes this time.

    Here is the list of winners along with runners-up:

    Best Film: Birdman
    Runners-Up, in order: Boyhood, The Imitation Game, The Theory of Everything,The Grand Budapest Hotel, Whiplash, Gone Girl, Selma, Wild and Nightcrawler

    Best Actor: Michael Keaton, Birdman
    Runners-Up, in order: Eddie Redmayne for The Theory of Everything, Benedict Cumberbatch for The Imitation Game, Jake Gyllenhaal for Nightcrawler and Timothy Spall for Mr. Turner

    Best Actress: Reese Witherspoon, Wild
    Runners-Up, in order: Julianne Moore for Still Alice, Rosamund Pike for Gone Girl, Felicity Jones for The Theory of Everything and Marion Cotillard for Two Days, One Night

    Best Supporting Actor: J.K. Simmons, Whiplash
    Runners-Up, in order: Edward Norton for Birdman, Ethan Hawke for Boyhood, Mark Ruffalo for Foxcatcher and Alfred Molina for Love is Strange

    Best Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
    Runners-Up, in order: Emma Stone for Birdman, Keira Knightley for The Imitation Game, Jessica Chastain for A Most Violent Year and Laura Dern forWild

    Best Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu, Birdman
    Runners-Up, in order: Richard Linklater for Boyhood, Wes Anderson for The Grand Budapest Hotel, David Fincher for Gone Girl and Ava DuVernay for Selma

    Best Foreign-Language Film: Force Majeure
    Runners-Up, in order: Ida, Winter Sleep, Leviathan and Wild Tales

    Best Documentary: Citizenfour
    Runners-Up, in order: Life Itself, Jodorowsky’s Dune, The Overnighters and The Great Invisible

    Best Animated Film: The Lego Movie
    Runner-Up: Big Hero 6

    Best Screenplay: Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolas Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris and Armando Bo, Birdman
    Runner-Up: Richard Linklater for Boyhood

    Best Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki, Birdman
    Runner-Up: Hoyte Van Hoytema for Interstellar

    Best Musical Score: Hans Zimmer, Intersellar

    Winner of the Russell Smith Award: Boyhood

     
  • Ahsan Haseeb 5:28 pm on December 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    48th Annual Kansas City Film Critics Circle Loutzenhiser Awards 

    The Kansas City Film Critics Circle (KCFCC) announced the winners of 48th annual Loutzenhiser Awards on December 14th, 2014 with giving away the Best Film award to BIRDMAN whereas the Best Director trophy went to Richard Linklater for Boyhood.

    Last year, 6 KCFCC winners won the Oscar, i.e. Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actress, Best Animated Feature, Best Original Screenplay and Best Adapted Screenplay. Let’s see how it goes this year.

    Here is the complete list of winners:

    BEST PICTURE: “Birdman”

    ROBERT ALTMAN AWARD FOR BEST ACHIEVEMENT IN DIRECTING: Richard Linklater – “Boyhood”

    BEST ACTOR: Michael Keaton – “Birdman”

    BEST ACTRESS: Rosamund Pike – “Gone Girl”

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Edward Norton – “Birdman”

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Patricia Arquette – “Boyhood”

    BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Nicholas Glocobone, Alexander Dinelaris and Armando Bo – “Birdman”

    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY: Gillian Robespierre – “Obvious Child”

    BEST ANIMATED FEATURE: “The Lego Movie”

    BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE: “CitizenFour”

    BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM: “Ida” (Poland)

    VINCE KOEHLER AWARD FOR BEST SCI-FI, FANTASY or HORROR FILM: “The Babadook”

     
  • Ahsan Haseeb 5:21 pm on December 15, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    13th Annual San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards 

    The San Francisco Film Critics Circle (SFFC) announced their awards on December 14th, 2014 with giving away the Best Picture award to Boyhood written and directed by Richard Linklater who also won the Best Director award.

    Last year, 7 SFFC winners won the Oscar, i.e. Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, and Best Animated Feature. Let’s see what happens this year.

    Here is the list of winners along with nominations:

    Best Picture:

    BIRDMAN
    WINNER – BOYHOOD
    THE IMITATION GAME
    UNDER THE SKIN
    WHIPLASH

    Best Director:

    Wes Anderson, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
    Jonathan Glazer, UNDER THE SKIN
    Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu, BIRDMAN
    Mike Leigh, MR. TURNER
    WINNER – Richard Linklater, BOYHOOD

    Best Actor:

    Benedict Cumberbatch, THE IMITATION GAME
    Jake Gyllenhaal, NIGHTCRAWLER
    WINNER – Michael Keaton, BIRDMAN
    Eddie Redmayne, THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING
    Timothy Spall, MR. TURNER

    Best Actress:

    Marion Cotillard, TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT
    Essie Davis, THE BABADOOK
    Scarlett Johansson, UNDER THE SKIN
    WINNER – Julianne Moore, STILL ALICE
    Reese Witherspoon, WILD

    Best Supporting Actor:

    Ethan Hawke, BOYHOOD
    Gene Jones, THE SACRAMENT
    WINNER – Edward Norton, BIRDMAN
    Mark Ruffalo, FOXCATCHER
    J.K. Simmons, WHIPLASH

    Best Supporting Actress:

    WINNER – Patricia Arquette, BOYHOOD
    Jessica Chastain, A MOST VIOLENT YEAR
    Agata Kulesza, IDA
    Emma Stone, BIRDMAN
    Tilda Swinton, SNOWPIERCER

    Best Screenplay, Original:

    WINNER – BIRDMAN, Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu; Nicolas Giacobone;Alexander Dinelaris; Armanso Bo
    BOYHOOD, Richard Linklater
    THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, Wes Anderson; Hugo Guinness
    MR. TURNER, Mike Leigh
    A MOST VIOLENT YEAR, J.C. Chandor
    WHIPLASH, Damien Chazelle

    Best Screenplay, Adapted:

    GONE GIRL, Gillian Flynn
    THE IMITATION GAME, Graham Moore
    WINNER – INHERENT VICE, Paul Thomas Anderson
    SNOWPIERCER, Joon-ho Bong; Kelly Masterson
    WILD, Nick Hornby

    Best Cinematography:

    BIRDMAN, Emmanuel Lubezki
    THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, Robert D. Yeoman
    WINNER – IDA, Lukasz Zal; Ryszard Lenczewski
    MR. TURNER, Dick Pope
    UNDER THE SKIN, Daniel Landin

    Best Production Design:

    BIRDMAN, Kevin Thompson
    WINNER – THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, Adam Stockhausen
    INHERENT VICE, David Crank
    MR. TURNER, Suzie Davies
    SNOWPIERCER, Ondrej Nekvasil

    Best Editing:

    WINNER – BOYHOOD, Sandra Adair
    BIRDMAN, Douglas Crise; Stephen Mirrione
    INHERENT VICE, Leslie Jones
    UNDER THE SKIN, Paul Watts
    WHIPLASH, Tom Cross

    Best Animated Feature:

    BIG HERO 6
    THE BOXTROLLS
    HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2
    WINNER – THE LEGO MOVIE
    THE TALE OF THE PRINCESS KAGUYA

    Best Foreign Language Picture:

    A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT
    FORCE MAJEURE
    WINNER – IDA
    TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT
    WILD TALES

    Best Documentary:

    WINNER – CITIZENFOUR
    FINDING VIVIAN MAIER
    JODOROWSKY’S DUNE
    LIFE ITSELF
    THE OVERNIGHTERS

    Marlon Riggs Award for courage & vision in the Bay Area film community: Joel Shepard Longtime Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Film & Video curator Joel Shepard’s idiosyncratic and innovative programming has embraced everything from experimental and exploitation showcases to burgeoning national film cultures, such as the annual New Filipino Cinema festival.

    Special Citation for under-appreciated independent cinema: THE ONE I LOVE Charlie McDowell’s relationship opus cracks open the intricacies of a crumbling union in the most effective way imaginable: by turning it into a mind-bending Twilight Zone episode.

     
  • Ahsan Haseeb 11:43 pm on December 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    13th Annual Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards 

    The Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA) announced their awards on December 8th, 2014 with giving away the Best Film award to Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater who also won the Best Director award for his brilliant work. The biggest surprise is obviously the Best Adapted Screenplay for Gillian Flynn which is the first she has won. Other than that, there are no big surprises or shocks.

    Last year, 11 WAFCA winners won the Oscar, notably Best Picture and Best Director. Let’s see how it goes this year.

    Here is the complete list of winners:

    Best Film:
    Boyhood

    Best Director:
    Richard Linklater (Boyhood)

    Best Actor:
    Michael Keaton (Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance))

    Best Actress:
    Julianne Moore (Still Alice)

    Best Supporting Actor:
    J.K. Simmons (Whiplash)

    Best Supporting Actress:
    Patricia Arquette (Boyhood)

    Best Acting Ensemble:
    Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

    Best Youth Performance:
    Ellar Coltrane (Boyhood)

    Best Adapted Screenplay:
    Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl)

    Best Original Screenplay:
    Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Jr., Armando Bo (Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance))

    Best Animated Feature:
    The LEGO Movie

    Best Documentary:
    Life Itself

    Best Foreign Language Film:
    Force Majeure

    Best Art Direction:
    Production Designer: Adam Stockhausen, Set Decorator: Anna Pinnock (The Grand Budapest Hotel)

    Best Cinematography:
    Emmanuel Lubezki, ASC, AMC (Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance))

    Best Editing:
    Douglas Crise, Stephen Mirrione, ACE (Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance))

    Best Original Score:
    Mica Levi (Under the Skin)

    The Joe Barber Award for Best Portrayal of Washington, DC:
    Captain America: The Winter Soldier

     
  • Ahsan Haseeb 11:37 pm on December 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    15th Annual American Film Institute Awards 

    The American Film Institute (AFI) announced on December 8th, 2014, the official selections of AFI AWARDS 2014 – 11 outstanding films and 10 outstanding television programs deemed culturally and artistically representative of the year’s most significant achievements in the art of the moving image.

    The biggest surprise is that films like Gone Girl, Inherent Vice, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Lego Movie, A Most Violent Year, Wild, The Theory of Everything and Under the Skin are not in the list, instead they chose to include Into the Woods; I haven’t seen that film yet but I’m pretty sure it’s not better than the films aforementioned.

    Another surprise [shock?] is in the TV category and that is How to Get Away with Murder and Jane the Virgin making it to the list but no Louie, Rectify, The Good Wife, Masters of Sex, Hannibal, True Detective, Justified, Boardwalk Empire, Veep and House of Cards. I mean, COME ON!!!

    Here is the list of winners:

    Movies

    • American Sniper
    • Birdman
    • Boyhood
    • Foxcatcher
    • The Imitation Game
    • Interstellar
    • Into the Woods
    • Nightcrawler
    • Selma
    • Unbroken
    • Whiplash

    Television Programs

    • The Americans
    • Fargo
    • Game of Thrones
    • How to Get Away with Murder
    • Jane the Virgin
    • The Knick
    • Mad Men
    • Orange Is the New Black
    • Silicon Valley
    • Transparent
     
  • Ahsan Haseeb 11:16 pm on December 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    40th Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 

    The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA) announced their awards on December 7th, 2014 with giving away the Best Picture award to Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater who also won the Best Director award. The surprise of the awards was Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel getting some recognition.

    Last year, 6 LAFCA winners won the Oscar, i.e. Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Editing.

    BEST PICTURE 
    “Boyhood”
    Runner-up:”The Grand Budapest Hotel” 

    BEST DIRECTOR
    Richard Linklater, “Boyhood”
    Runner-up: Wes Anderson, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” 

    BEST ACTOR
    Tom Hardy, “Locke”
    Runner-up: Michael Keaton, “Birdman”

    BEST ACTRESS
    Patricia Arquette, “Boyhood”
    Runner-up: Julianne Moore, “Still Alice”

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
    J.K. Simmons, “Whiplash”
    Runner-up: Edward Norton, “Birdman”

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    Agata Kulesza, “Ida”
    Runner-up: Rene Russo, “Nightcrawler”

    BEST SCREENPLAY
    “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Wes Anderson
    Runner-up: “Birdman,” Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Jr. & Armando Bo

    BEST EDITING
    “Boyhood,” Sandra Adair
    Runner-up: “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Barney Pilling

    BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
    “Birdman,” Emmanuel Lubezki
    Runner-up: “Mr. Turner,” Dick Pope

    BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN
    “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Adam Stockhausen
    Runner-up: “Snowpiercer,” Ondrej Nekvasil

    BEST MUSIC/SCORE (tie)
    “Inherent Vice,” Johnny Greenwood
    “Under the Skin,” Mica Levi

    BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM
    “Ida”
    Runner-up: “Winter Sleep” 

    BEST ANIMATED FEATURE
    “The Tale of the Princess Kaguya”
    Runner-up: “The Lego Movie”

    BEST DOCUMENTARY/NONFICTION FILM
    “Citizenfour”
    Runner-up: “Life Itself” 

    CAREER ACHEIVEMENT
    Gena Rowlands

     
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