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As predicted, on Sunday the Los Angeles Film Critics Association has rewarded indie films that have been underappreciated by other groups so far. They awarded best film and actress to Michael Haneke's "Amour." Emmanuelle Riva shared the actress prize with Jennifer Lawrence of "Silver Linings Playbook," which was runner-up for best screenplay. The writing award was won by Chris Terrio for "Argo," which was runner-up for best editing. Editor William Goldenberg, who won for "Zero Dark Thirty" with Dylan Tichenor, was competing with himself. Paul Thomas Anderson won best director for "The Master," which was runner-up for best picture, and earned acting prizes for Best Actor Joaquin Phoenix and Supporting Actress Amy Adams (runners up: Denis Lavant for "Holy Motors" and Anne Hathaway for "Les Miserables" and "The Dark Knight Rises") as well as Best Production Designers David Crank and Jack Fisk »

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