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Boston Critics Announced Their 2015 Favourites | Film News

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The Boston Society of Film Critics has announced its favourites of the year and the awards will be collected on the 11th of December.

 

The most important award of the list, Best Picture, was given to Spotlight, which also won the prices for Best Ensemble Cast and Best Screenplay for Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer‘s work.

 

The group named Charlotte Rampling best actress for her performance in 45 Years, and Leonardo di Caprio and Paul Dano both have been awarded with the Best Actor price, respectively for The Revenant and Love & Mercy. The Supporting Actor and Actress categories were won respectively by Mark Rykance for Bridge of Spies and by Kristen Stewart for Clouds of Sils Maria.

 

Other winners were Tom Haynes, who was chosen as the best director for his work in Carol, while Edward Lachman won the Best Cinematography award for the same movie.

 

You can see the complete list of the winners below:

Best Picture  –  Spotlight

Best Actor – (tie) Paul Dano for Love & Mercy and Leonardo DiCaprio for The Revenant

Best Actress –  Charlotte Rampling for 45 Years

Best Supporting Actor – Mark Rykance for Bridge of Spies

Best Supporting Actress – Kristen Stewart for Clouds of Sils Maria

Best Director – Todd Haynes for Carol

Best Screenplay – Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer for Spotlight

Best Cinematography – Edward Lachman for Carol

Best DocumentaryAmy

Best Foreign-Language Film  (awarded in memory of Jay Carr) –  The Look of Silence

Best Animated Film –  (tie) Anomalisa and Inside Out

Best Film Editing (awarded in memory of Karen Schmeer) –  Margaret Sixel for Mad Max: Fury Road

Best New Filmmaker (awarded in memory of David Brudnoy) –  Marielle Heller for The Diary of a Teenage Girl

Best Ensemble Cast –  Spotlight

Best Use of Music in a Film –  Love & Mercy

 

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