Awards for 2014

OFTA Film Award

Best Picture

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Best Actor

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Best Actress

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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 Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen

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Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium

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Best Cinematography

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Best Costume Design

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Best Sound Mixing

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Best Film Editing

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Best Sound Effects Editing

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Best Visual Effects

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Best Makeup and Hairstyling

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Best Music, Adapted Song

WINNER

Inside Llewyn Davis: Oscar Isaac (performed by), Marcus Mumford (performed by)
For the song "Fare Thee Well".

NOMINEES

American Hustle: Grace Slick (music and lyrics by), Mayssa Karaa (performed by)
For the song "White Rabbit".

Saving Mr. Banks: Richard M. Sherman (music and lyrics by), Robert B. Sherman (music and lyrics by), Jason Schwartzman (performed by), B.J. Novak (performed by), Bradley Whitford (performed by), Emma Thompson (performed by)
For the song "Let's Go Fly a Kite".

Best Music, Original Song

WINNER

Frozen: Kristen Anderson-Lopez (music and lyrics by), Robert Lopez (music and lyrics by), Idina Menzel (performed by)
For the song "Let It Go".

NOMINEES

Despicable Me: Pharrell Williams (music, lyrics, and performed by)
For the song "Happy".

Her: Karen O (music, lyrics, and performed by), Spike Jonze (lyrics by), Ezra Koenig (performed by)
For the song "The Moon Song".

The Great Gatsby: Lana Del Rey (music, lyrics, and performed by), Rick Nowels (music by)
For the song "Young and Beautiful".

Inside Llewyn Davis: Ed Rush (music and lyrics by), George Cromarty (music and lyrics by), T Bone Burnett (music and lyrics by), Justin Timberlake (music, lyrics, and performed by), Joel Coen (music and lyrics by), Ethan Coen (music and lyrics by), Oscar Isaac (performed by), Adam Driver (performed by)
For the song "Please Mr. Kennedy".

Best Music, Original Score

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Best Documentary Picture

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Best Foreign Language Film

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The Grandmaster
Hong Kong



The Hunt
Denmark

Best Youth Performance

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Best Ensemble

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Best Breakthrough Performance - Female

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Best Titles Sequence

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Best Production Design

WINNER

Gravity: Andy Nicholson (production design), Mark Scruton (art direction), Rosie Goodwin (set decoration), Joanne Woollard (set decoration)

NOMINEES

12 Years a Slave: Adam Stockhausen (production design), David Stein (art direction), Alice Baker (set decoration)

The Great Gatsby: Catherine Martin (production design), Karen Murphy (production design), Ian Gracie (art direction), Beverley Dunn (set decoration)

Her: K.K. Barrett (production design), Austin Gorg (art direction), Gene Serdena (set decoration)

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug: Dan Hennah (production design), Simon Bright (art direction/set decoration), Andy McLaren (art direction), Brad Mill (art direction), Ra Vincent (set decoration)

Best Breakthrough Performance - Male

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Best Animated Picture

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Best Movie Trailer

WINNER

Gravity
For the teaser trailer.

NOMINEES

12 Years a Slave
For the main theatrical trailer.

The Great Gatsby
For the third theatrical trailer featuring music by Beyoncé, Lana Del Rey, and Florence + the Machine.

Only God Forgives
For the first theatrical trailer.

Pacific Rim
For the second theatrical trailer.

Best Voice-Over Performance

WINNER

Her: Scarlett Johansson
For playing "Samantha".

NOMINEES


Frozen: Josh Gad
For playing "Olaf".

Frozen: Idina Menzel
For playing "Elsa".

Monsters University: Helen Mirren
For playing "Dean Abigail Hardscrabble".

Best Movie Poster

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Most Cinematic Moment

WINNER

Gravity
For the opening sequence.

NOMINEES

12 Years a Slave
For the Solomon hanging sequence.

Frozen
For the scene featuring the musical number "Let It Go", where Elsa (Menzel) finally accepts her true self after many years of despair and isolation.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
For the barrel ride chase.

The Wolf of Wall Street
For the scene "Lemon 714".

Best Casting

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OFTA Television Award

Best Motion Picture

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Psych
For the movie "Psych: The Musical".

Sherlock
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

Best Actor in a Drama Series

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Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series

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Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series

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Best Actor in a Comedy Series

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Best Actor in a Motion Picture or Miniseries

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Sherlock: Benedict Cumberbatch
For the movie "Sherlock: The Last Vow".





Best Actress in a Drama Series

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Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series

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Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series

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Best Actress in a Comedy Series

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Best Actress in a Motion Picture or Miniseries

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American Horror Story: Jessica Lange
For the third season "Coven".

American Horror Story: Sarah Paulson
For the third season "Coven".


Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

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Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture or Miniseries

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Sherlock: Martin Freeman
For the movie "Sherlock: The Last Vow".





Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

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Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

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Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

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Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture or Miniseries

WINNER

American Horror Story: Kathy Bates
For the third season "Coven".

NOMINEES

American Horror Story: Angela Bassett
For the third season "Coven".

American Horror Story: Frances Conroy
For the third season "Coven".

American Horror Story: Lily Rabe
For the third season "Coven".


American Horror Story: Gabourey Sidibe
For the third season "Coven".

Best Direction in a Comedy Series

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Best Direction of a Motion Picture or Miniseries

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Psych: Steve Franks
For the movie "Psych: The Musical".

Sherlock: Nick Hurran
For the movie "Sherlock: The Last Vow".

Best Direction in a Drama Series

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Best Writing in a Comedy Series

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Best Writing in a Drama Series

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Best Writing of a Motion Picture or Miniseries

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Psych: Steve Franks
For the movie "Psych: The Musical".

Sherlock: Steven Moffat
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

Best Cinematography in a Non-Series

WINNER

Sherlock: Neville Kidd
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

NOMINEES

American Horror Story: Michael Goi, Tom Houghton
For the third season "Coven".




Psych: Scott Williams
For the movie "Psych: The Musical".

Best Cinematography in a Series

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Best Costume Design in a Series

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Best Costume Design in a Non-Series

WINNER

American Horror Story: Lou Eyrich
For the third season "Coven".

NOMINEES





Sherlock: Sarah Arthur
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

Best Sound in a Non-Series

WINNER

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Sherlock: Howard Bargroff, Jon Joyce, Stuart McCowan, John Mooney, Doug Sinclair
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

Best Sound in a Series

WINNER

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Best Editing in a Non-Series

WINNER

Sherlock: Yan Miles
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

NOMINEES





Psych: Dexter N. Adriano, David Crabtree, Eric Jenkins, Kelly Stuyvesant
For the movie "Psych: The Musical".

Best Editing in a Series

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Best Visual Effects in a Series

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Best Visual Effects in a Non-Series

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Sherlock: Jean-Claude Deguara, James D. Etherington, Danny Hargreaves
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

Best Makeup/Hairstyling in a Series

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Best Makeup/Hairstyling in a Non-Series

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Sherlock: Claire Pritchard
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

Best New Theme Song in a Series

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Best Music in a Non-Series

WINNER

Psych: Adam Cohen (music by), John Robert Wood (music by), Steve Franks (lyrics by)
For the movie "Psych: The Musical".

NOMINEES

American Horror Story: James S. Levine
For the third season "Coven".



The 86th Annual Academy Awards: William Ross (music arranged and conducted by)

Sherlock: David Arnold, Michael Price
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

Best Music in a Series

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Best Host or Panelist in a Non-Fiction Program

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Best Production Design in a Non-Series

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Fargo: Warren Alan Young (production design), John Blackie (production design), Busta Rhymes (art direction), Paul Healy (set decoration)

NOMINEES

American Horror Story: Mark Worthington (production design), Andrew Murdock (art direction), Ellen Brill (set decoration)
For the third season "Coven".

Mob City: Alex Hajdu (production design/art direction), Gregory Melton (production design), John B. Vertrees (art direction), Dorit Hurst (set decoration), Melissa M. Levander (set decoration)

The Normal Heart: Shane Valentino (production design), Steph Barkley (art direction), Anu Schwartz (art direction), Andrew Baseman (set decoration), Amanda Carroll (set decoration)

The 86th Annual Academy Awards: Derek McLane (production design/set decoration), Joe Celli (art direction), Gloria Lamb (art direction)

Sherlock: Arwel Jones (production design/set decoration), Hannah Nicholson (set decoration)
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

Best Miniseries

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Best Non-Fiction Program

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Best Comedy Series

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Best Fiction Program

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Best Animated Series

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Best Drama Series

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Best Male Performance in a Fiction Program

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Best Voice-Over Performance

WINNER

The Legend of Korra: Janet Varney
For playing "Korra".

NOMINEES

Futurama: John DiMaggio
For playing "Bender".

The Legend of Korra: J.K. Simmons
For playing "Tenzin".

The Legend of Korra: April Stewart
For playing "Raava".

Futurama: Billy West
For playing "Phillip J. Fry".

The Legend of Korra: Kiernan Shipka
For playing "Jinora".

Futurama: Katey Sagal
For playing "Leela".

Best Ensemble in a Motion Picture or Miniseries

WINNER

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American Horror Story
For the third season "Coven".




Psych
For the movie "Psych: The Musical".

Sherlock
For the movie "Sherlock: His Last Vow".

Best New Titles Sequence

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American Horror Story
For the third season "Coven".


Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series

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Best Ensemble in a Drama Series

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Best Female Performance in a Fiction Program

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Best Production Design in a Series

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Game of Thrones: Gemma Jackson (production design), Deborah Riley (production design), Ashleigh Jeffers (art direction), Heather Greenlees (art direction), Andy Thomson (art direction), Tom Still (art direction), Alex Bailey (art direction), Philip Elton (art direction), Paul Ghirardani (art direction), Rob Cameron (set decoration)

NOMINEES

Bates Motel: Peter Bodnarus (production design/art direction), Mark S. Freeborn (production design), Tony Wohlgemuth (art direction), Margot Ready (art direction), Rose Marie McSherry (set decoration)

Boardwalk Empire: Bill Groom (production design), Adam Scher (art direction), Carol Silverman (set decoration)

Downton Abbey: Donal Woods (production design), Chantelle Valentine (art direction), Gina Cromwell (set decoration)

Mad Men: Dan Bishop (production design), Christopher Brown (art direction), Shanna Starzyk (art direction), Claudette Didul (set decoration)

Masters of Sex: Michael Wylie (production design), Andrew Jackness (production design), Elizabeth Hershberger Gray (art direction), Kevin Rupnik (art direction), Halina Siwolop (set decoration), Ellen Christiansen (set decoration)

True Blood: Suzuki Ingerslev (production design), Catherine Smith (art direction), Kathleen Widomski (art direction), Ron Franco (set decoration)

OFTA TV Hall of Fame

Actors and Actresses

WINNERS

Patty Duke
Along with her eponymous television series, Patty Duke was one of the most well known child actors ever to work on television and has continued that career through countless guest appearances and television movies, earning ten Emmy nominations and three awards.

John Ritter
For four decades, John Ritter as an ever-present fixture on network television. His career took off with an eighteen-episode run on _The Waltons" (1971)_ and individual performances on several series before transitioning into the role Jack Tripper on Three's Company where he did eight seasons and another season on the short-lived spin-off Three's a Crowd. He also launched two other short-lived series before succumbing to an aortic dissection in 2003. In his career, he was honored with six Emmy nominations, winning one for his role on Three's Company.

Phil Silvers
Renowned comedian Phil Silvers launched a successful television career in the role of Sgt. Bilko in 143 episodes of his self-named series The Phil Silvers Show. Silvers earned five Emmy Award nominations, winning two.

Ann Sothern
After two decades in film, Sothern moved to television in 1953 to headline sitcom Private Secretary, which ran for 104 episodes. Along with various guest appearances, she also headlined the successful eponymous series The Ann Sothern Show from 1958 to 1961. She received a total of five Emmy nominations between her two series, but went home empty-handed.

Behind the Scenes

WINNERS

David E. Kelley (producing)
Earning 28 Emmy nominations and ten Emmys, series creator David E. Kelley created some of the 1980's, 1990's, and 2000's most prominent television dramas including L.A. Law, Picket Fences, Chicago Hope, The Practice, Ally McBeal, Boston Public and Boston Legal.

William Paley (network executive)
William Paley was responsible from taking the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) and turning it from a small radio network into one of the top radio and television networks in history.

Betty Thomas (directing)
Betty Thomas began her career as an actress, including an Emmy Award-winning role on Hill Street Blues, before launching a prominent and successful career a television director. Her ten Emmy nominations (seven for acting, three for directing), earned her three Emmys (one for acting, one for directing). She was the first woman ever to win an Emmy for directing a comedy series and is one of only five women to ever win a directing Emmy outside of the variety categories (two in drama, two in comedy and one in movies and Miniseries).

Television Programs

WINNERS

Agatha Christie's Poirot
For thirteen seasons, David Suchet gave life to one of the most enduring fictional detectives in history, one of the most prominent series ever featured on PBS' program "Mystery".

Agatha Christie's Marple
Agatha Christie was one of the foremost murder mystery writers in literary history and gave life to two of the most famous detectives ever to grace the written page. Miss Marple was one of those and in twelve programs across nine years; Joan Hixson became the epitome of the spinster detective.

ER
Over 331 episodes across fifteen seasons makes ER one of the longest-running medical dramas in history, launching the careers of prominent actors like George Clooney and Julianna Margulies, while bolstering the careers of people like Anthony Edwards, Noah Wyle, Eriq La Salle, Gloria Reuben, Laura Innes, Maria Bello, Alex Kingston, Paul McCrane, and many others.

Family Ties
In seven seasons, Family Ties became a huge hit, turning Michael J. Fox into a cultural phenomenon. Exploring the shift from cultural liberalism to social conservatism, the show pitted the new Republican Alex P. Keaton against his ex-hippie parents played by Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter-Birney.

Guiding Light
One of television's longest running programs, The Guiding Light originally launched on NBC radio in 1937 and continued through 1956, running concurrently with the television version. Between television and radio, the show logged more than 18,000 episodes with 57 seasons (15,762 episodes) on CBS television before being cancelled due to a shift away from traditional models of daytime television.

Midsomer Murders
Now in its sixteenth season, Midsomer Murders is based on a book series by Caroline Graham and has proven to be one of TV's longest running programs.

Police Squad!
Airing only six episodes, the comedy series from David Zucker, Jim Abrahams, and Jerry Zucker has become a key influence to a number of future comedy stars and helped cement Leslie Nielsen as one of the finest dead pan comedians in history.

Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen's classic novel of romance and longing has been adapted multiple times, including three times as a television miniseries. The 1995 version starring Jennifer Ehle and Colin Firth has become of the best regarded and best known adaptations in history.

The Shield
American cop drama The Shield aired for seven seasons on FX and became one of the most critically acclaimed television programs in history in spite of earning zero nominations for Best Drama Series and receiving a total of four Emmy nomination ever, winning only once for lead actor Michael Chiklis in the show's first season.

The West Wing
Aaron Sorkin's political drama exploring the tightly-knit relationships between staffers in the West Wing under Democrat president Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet (Martin Sheen), the show earned critical acclaim and four Emmys for Best Drama Series.

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