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'Boyhood' Tops New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2014!

'Boyhood' Tops New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2014!

Boyhood is getting an early lead in the awards season by topping the 2014 New York Film Critics Circle Awards with three awards!

The movie won the awards for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actress for Patricia Arquette, and Best Director for Richard Linklater.

Other stars that were victorious this year were Best Actor winner Timothy Spall for Mr. Turner and Best Actress winner Marion Cotillard for her films The Immigrant and Two Days, One Night.

Last year’s big winner at the NYFCC Awards was American Hustle, which won awards for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actress for Jennifer Lawrence, and Best Screenplay. The film didn’t end up winning any Oscars.

Click inside to the complete list of winners…

Best Picture: Boyhood
Best Actor: Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner)
Best Actress: Marion Cotillard (for The Immigrant and Two Days, One Night)
Best Supporting Actor: J.K. Simmons (Whiplash)
Best Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette (Boyhood)
Best Director: Richard Linklater (Boyhood)
Best Screenplay: The Grand Budapest Hotel
Best Animated Film: The Lego Movie
Best Cinematographry: Darius Khondji (The Immigrant)
Best First Film: Jennifer Kent (The Babadook)
Best Foreign Language Film: Ida
Best Nonfiction Film (Documentary): Citizenfour
Special Award: Adrienne Mancia

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  • Myskina

    NO Jolie, NO Aniston. I’m very happy LOL

  • SkinnyFatLovesJax

    Me too!

  • TeamBella76

    I don’t know why Boyhood is it’s very underwhelming and boring at times and don’t give me the it’s real life crap ! And don’t worry people this will have little effect on who wins the Oscars ! I’m sorry to say you’ll see Angelina a lot in the next few months.

  • Stergios

    God, I’m so damn happy to watch the incredible Marion Cotillard winning for both her awe-inspiring performances in Two Days, One Night and The Immigrant this year. Personally, I’m rooting for both but since only one can make the cut so that she avoids split voting with herself, I’d give a slight edge to her phenomenal turn in Two Days, One Night. Marion Cotillard’s performance as Sandra in the latest Dardennes Brothers masterpiece is the kind of performance that needs to be seen to be truly believed. There’s really no way to overhype her work there. You rarely get to watch such a towering performance from an actor / actress in your entire life. With her unmatched work in this film, you feel like she’s pushing acting to a whole another level. She makes you feel the deepest and most complex emotions for a woman who has to fight against depression and the possibility of losing her job at the same time. Acting doesn’t get any better.