Awards for 2014

Critics Choice Award

Best Picture

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Best Actor in a Comedy

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Best Actor in an Action Movie

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Best Actor

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Best Young Actor/Actress

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Best Actress in a Comedy

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Best Actress

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Best Actress in an Action Movie

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Best Supporting Actor

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Best Supporting Actress

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Best Director

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Best Original Screenplay

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Best Adapted Screenplay

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Best Cinematography

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Best Art Direction

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The Great Gatsby: Catherine Martin (production designer), Beverley Dunn (set decorator)

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Gravity: Andy Nicholson (production designer), Rosie Goodwin (set decorator)

Her: K.K. Barrett (production designer), Gene Serdena (set decorator)

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug: Dan Hennah (production designer), Ra Vincent (set decorator)

12 Years a Slave: Adam Stockhausen (production designer), Alice Baker (set decorator)

Best Costume Design

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Best Editing

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Best Visual Effects

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Best Makeup

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Best Song

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Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom: U2
Song: "Ordinary Love"


The Great Gatsby: Lana Del Rey
Song: "Young and Beautiful"

Best Score

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Best Documentary Feature

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Best Foreign Language Film

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Best Acting Ensemble

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Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie

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Best Comedy

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Best Animated Feature

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Best Action Movie

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Joel Siegel Award

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Critics' Choice Louis XIII Genius Award

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Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke, Richard Linklater
The trio of collaborators are being recognized for creating one of cinema's most compelling and unique romantic sagas. The genius of their approach to this extended love story lies in its unvarnished honesty. Nearly 20 years ago in the film "Before Sunrise," a romance ignited between two soul mates on a train to Vienna and defined a generation. In the decades that followed, that generation grew up and the complicated characters played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke have matured right along with them. In 2004's "Before Sunset" and last year's "Before Midnight," the conversation between the French Céline and American Jesse continued to unfold in real time - a sort of special cinematic effect which has long fascinated Richard Linklater.

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