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His follow-up to 2010’s oddly magnetic Girlfriend, a film that’s an engaging piece of craft more than it is a genuinely great narrative feature, Automatic Hate is a beast of a different color. Davis Green (played by Joseph Cross) is an unassuming chef in the throes of what may or may not
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“It’s going to be a little dark, Evan,” I said to him. “There’s going to be violence, and maybe even a little sex.”
“That’s fine with me,” Evan said with a smile while finishing a steak and cheese pizza. “Sounds like fun.”
Five months after that lunch we were casting the other roles and had found three willing actors – Shannon Woodward, Amanda Plummer, and Jackson Rathbone – to act alongside Evan and a group of non-professionals I hand-picked from our hometown of Wayland, Massachusetts.
Four months after that we were shooting, and year after that we were world premiering at the 2010 Toronto Int’l Film Festival.
And then, another year and some film festivals later,
Along with Best Feature, Beginners took home a second award as the likes of Ewan McGregor, Christopher Plummer Ewan McGregor and Mélanie Laurent were honoured with Best Ensemble Performance, while special tribute awards were also given to Charlize Theron, Gary Oldman, David Cronenberg and Tom Rothman, CEO of Fox Filmed Entertainment. Take a look at the full list of winners (and nominees) right here.
Along with the eight awards handed out, see full list of winners below, there were also sightings by some of the most respected talents working today, including Tilda Swinton, Jim Jarmusch, Christopher Plummer and the co-hosts for the night Oliver Platt and Edie Falco.
In addition, career tribute awards were handed out to Charlize Theron, Gary Oldman, Tom Rothman and David Cronenberg.
Read news, features and reviews on many of the winners and nominees at our dedicated Gothams Awards page.
2011 Gotham Award winners:
Best Feature: The Tree of Life, directed by Terrence Malick and Beginners, directed by Mike Mills
Best Documentary: Better This World,
Best Feature winners from the past several years include Frozen River, Winter’s Bone, and The Hurt Locker. Hit the jump for the full press release.
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Gotham Independent Film Awards™
New York, NY (November 28, 2011) – The Independent Filmmaker Project (Ifp), the nation
Ewan McGregor interview for "Beginners" right here
Mike Mills interview for "Beginners right here
The Gotham Independent Film Awards officially kicks off the 2011-12 award season which of course, leads to the granddaddy of the awards season, the Academy Awards!
Hosted by Edie Falco and Oliver Platt, the Gotham Awards also gave career tributes to Charlize Theron, Gary Oldman, David Cronenberg and Tom Rothman.
"Beginners" also took home the Best Ensemble Performance Award, "Better This World" won Best Documentary, Dee Rees who gave us the wonderful "Pariah" won Breakthrough Director, Felicity Jones for "Like Crazy" won Breakthrough Actor,
In general, it was a night of many surprises at the show.
Mills’ film also picked up best ensemble, which included Ewan McGregor, Christopher Plummer, Mélanie Laurent, Goran Visnjic, Kai Lennox, Mary Page Keller and Keegan Boos. In a disappointing turn, Felicity Jones in Like Crazy beat out my personal best actress pick of Elizabeth Olsen in Martha Marcy May Marlene. Check out the full list of winners below thanks to indieWIRE.
Best Feature: Tie: The Tree of Life, directed by Terrence Malick and Beginners,
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