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Celebrate the Master of Suspense!

September 28, 2015

Hitchcocktober returns to the Angelika! Join us Thursdays in October for a screening of one of Sir Alfred Hitchcock’s classics, back on the big screen (titles and dates vary by location – check your local listings!)

Among the films featured this year:

DIAL M FOR MURDER in 3D (1954)
Yes, 3D! Hitchcock’s 1954 classic was originally shot in 3D, but rarely seen that way by moviegoers. The film has been restored for gorgeous high-resolution 3D digital presentation. British tennis pro Ray Milland suspects that his wealthy wife Grace Kelly is fooling around with handsome American Robert Cummings. Milland blackmails a disgraced former army comrade into murdering Kelly and making it look like the work of a burglar. But Milland’s carefully mapped-out scheme does not take into account the notion that Kelly might fight back and kill her assailant.

THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH (1956)
The debate still rages as to whether Alfred Hitchcock’s 1956 remake of THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH is superior to his own original 1934 version. This version features more stars, a lusher budget, and the plaintive music of Bernard Herrmann. American tourists James Stewart and Doris Day are witness to the street killing of a Frenchman they’ve recently befriended. Before breathing his last, the murder victim whispers a secret to Stewart. Stewart knows that a political assassination will occur during a concert at London’s Albert Hall, but his son has been kidnapped to keep him from telling the police.

SHADOW OF A DOUBT (1943)
Joseph Cotton star as Uncle Charlie, a calculating and charming killer who hides out in his relatives’ small hometown, in Alfred Hitchcock’s SHADOW OF A DOUBT. While hiding out he befriends his favorite niece and namesake, Young Charlie (Teresa Wright) – but she begins to suspect he may be the famed Merry Widow murderer. A deadly game of cat and mouse ensues as the psychopathic killer plots the death of his young niece to protect his secret.

PSYCHO (1960)
Alfred Hitchcock’s landmark masterpiece of the macabre stars Anthony Perkins as the troubled Norman Bates, whose old dark house and adjoining motel are not the place to spend a quiet evening. When Marion Crane, spectacularly played by Janet Leigh, ends up at the Bates Motel after making off with $40,000 cash, there’s hardly a film fan alive who doesn’t know what happens next. First a private detective, then Marion’s sister, search for her as the horror and suspense mount to a terrifying climax where the mysterious killer is finally revealed.

MARNIE (1964)
One year after she appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller THE BIRDS, actress Tippi Hedren took on another Hitchcock role in this unusual psychological drama. Marnie Edgars is a scheming young woman who repeatedly finds employment as a secretary and then proceeds to rob her employers. Though she changes her disguise, her new boss (Sean Connery) recognizes her – but instead of reporting her to the police, he’s intrigued by her criminal behavior and certain events in her past.

SHADOW OF A DOUBT (1943)
Joseph Cotton star as Uncle Charlie, a calculating and charming killer who hides out in his relatives’ small hometown, in Alfred Hitchcock’s SHADOW OF A DOUBT. While hiding out he befriends his favorite niece and namesake, Young Charlie (Teresa Wright) – but she begins to suspect he may be the famed Merry Widow murderer. A deadly game of cat and mouse ensues as the psychopathic killer plots the death of his young niece to protect his secret.

 

Hitchcocktober descends on the Angelika every Thursday in October at these locations – advance tickets are on sale now:
Angelika at Mosaic
Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market
Angelika Dallas (screenings are FREE on the patio)
Angelika Plano
Angelika Carmel Mountain (opening October 9, 2015 – the first Angelika on the West Coast!

Angelika After Hours: THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (1991)

August 25, 2015

Director Jonathan Demme’s smart, taut thriller teeters on the edge between psychological study and all-out horror. In this multiple Oscar-winning thriller, Jodie Foster stars as Clarice Starling, a top student at the FBI’s training academy. In her investigation of a vicious murderer nicknamed Buffalo Bill, she interviews Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins, in a chilling, Oscar-winning performance), a brilliant psychiatrist who is also a violent psychopath serving life in prison for various acts of murder and cannibalism. Lecter does indeed know something of Buffalo Bill, but his information comes with a price.

Two nights only! Join us Friday 8/28 & Saturday 8/29 @ 11:45PM for THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS back on the big screen.

Cult favorites return to the big screen every month, exclusively at the Angelika at Mosaic. Tickets are just $7, on sale now at angelikafilmcenter.com.

THE DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL – Interview with Bel Powley and Marielle Heller

August 21, 2015

Bel Powley and filmmaker Marielle Heller stopped by our Texas locations in support of their new film THE DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL!

Blending live action with animation, filmmaker Marielle Heller’s funny and provocative adaptation of Phoebe Gloeckner’s graphic novel is a nuanced tale of burgeoning sexuality and boundary testing. Like most teenage girls, Minnie is longing for love, acceptance, and a sense of purpose in the world. She begins a complex love affair with her mother’s (Kristen Wiig, THE SKELETON TWINS) boyfriend Monroe (Alexander Skarsgård, MELANCHOLIA) and takes command of her sexuality and creativity. Set in countercultural San Francisco, this intelligent feature debut was one of the breakout hits from the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.

In our interview, Gadi Elkon of seligfilmnews.com chats with Bel and Marielle about the intimate sex scenes in the film, the power of a young woman owning her sexuality, the family involvement from Heller’s real family, and the fact that the film is shot in San Francisco.

 

THE DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL is now playing at the Angelika Mosaic, Dallas, and Plano.

Winners of the 87th Academy Awards

February 23, 2015

BEST MOTION PICTURE OF THE YEAR
Birdman

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
Eddie Redmayne – The Theory of Everything

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE
Julianne Moore – Still Alice

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
J.K. Simmons – Whiplash

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Patricia Arquette – Boyhood

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM OF THE YEAR
Ida (Poland)

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
CitizenFour

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM OF THE YEAR
Big Hero 6

ACHIEVEMENT IN DIRECTING
Birdman – Alejandro G. Iñárritu

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
The Imitation Game  – Graham Moore

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Birdman – Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander

BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM
Feast

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM
The Phone Call

BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1

ACHIEVEMENT IN CINEMATOGRAPHY
Birdman

ACHIEVEMENT IN COSTUME DESIGN
The Grand Budapest Hotel

ACHIEVEMENT IN FILM EDITING
Whiplash

ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKEUP & HAIRSTYLING
The Grand Budapest Hotel

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
The Grand Budapest Hotel

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
“Glory” – Selma

ACHIEVEMENT IN PRODUCTION DESIGN
The Grand Budapest Hotel

ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND EDITING
American Sniper

ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND MIXING
Whiplash

ACHIEVEMENT IN VISUAL EFFECTS
Interstellar

#ThrowbackThursday, Angelika style: Oscar Classics

January 29, 2015

Every Thursday in February, we’re playing some of the most memorable Academy Award Best Picture winners of all time. Don’t miss these Oscar Classic back on the Big Screen!

All movies start at 7:00PM / Tickets just $7 available online now at angelikafilmcenter.com.

 

2/5 – BRAVEHEART (1996 Best Picture winner)
Mel Gibson’s richly detailed saga is a tale of fierce combat, tender love, and the will to risk it all for freedom. In an emotionally charged performance, Gibson stars as William Wallace, a bold Scotsman who uses the steel of his sword and the fire of his intellect to rally his countrymen to liberation from the English occupation of Scotland. Mel Gibson came into his own as a director with BRAVEHEART, winning Academy Awards for both Best Director and Best Picture.

 

2/12 – AN AMERICAN IN PARIS (1952 Best Picture winner)
Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron sing and dance to the music of the Gershwins in this winner of 6 Academy Awards. When an ex-GI remains in Paris to pursue life as an artist, he is discovered by a wealthy patroness interested in more than his art. But Mulligan falls in love with a French shop girl who is engaged to his best friend. Highlights include Georges Guetary’s rendition of “Stairway to Paradise”; Oscar Levant’s fantasy of performing Gershwin’s “Concerto in F”; and the closing “American in Paris” ballet, in which Kelly and Caron dance before lavish backgrounds based on the works of famed French artists.

2/19 – THE GODFATHER (1973 Best Picture winner)
One of the best American films ever made, Francis Ford Coppola’s multi-generational crime saga is a touchstone of cinema: one of the most widely imitated, quoted, and lampooned movies of all time. Marlon Brando and Al Pacino star as Vito Corleone, head of a Mafia family in 1940s New York, and his youngest son Michael. The stellar cast also includes Robert Duvall, Abe Vigoda, James Caan, Diane Keaton, and Talia Shire. Adapted by Mario Puzo from his own acclaimed novel, THE GODFATHER was nominated for 11 Academy Awards and won for Best Picture, Best Actor (Marlon Brando), and Best Adapted Screenplay.

2/26 – GONE WITH THE WIND (1940 Best Picture winner)
Revisit Margaret Mitchell’s epic American classic, winner of 10 Academy Awards! On the eve of the American Civil War, beautiful and self-centered Scarlett O’Hara has everything she could want – except the handsome Ashley Wilkes. As war devastates the South, Scarlet finds a tenacity that carries her through all obstacles while still in pursuit of the man that got away. Sparks fly as the wily Rhett Butler comes in and out of her life. Only after Rhett walks out on her does Scarlett realize what she has lost. Starring Oscar winners Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Olivia de Havilland, Thomas Mitchell, and Oscar nominee Leslie Howard.

 

Locations: Angelika Mosaic | Angelika Pop-Up | Angelika Dallas | Angelika Plano

They’re here! Nominations for the 87th Academy Awards

January 15, 2015

BIRDMAN, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, THE IMITATION GAME, BOYHOOD, and AMERICAN SNIPER lead this year’s Academy Award nominations.

 
BEST MOTION PICTURE OF THE YEAR
American Sniper
Birdman
Boyhood
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Imitation Game
Selma
The Theory of Everything
Whiplash

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
Steve Carell – Foxcatcher
Bradley Cooper – American Sniper
Benedict Cumberbatch – The Imitation Game
Michael Keaton – Birdman
Eddie Redmayne – The Theory of Everything

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Robert Duvall – The Judge
Ethan Hawke – Boyhood
Edward Norton – Birdman
Mark Ruffalo – Foxcatcher
J.K. Simmons – Whiplash

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE
Marion Cotillard – Two Days, One Night
Felicity Jones – The Theory of Everything
Julianne Moore – Still Alice
Rosamund Pike – Gone Girl
Reese Witherspoon – Wild

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Patricia Arquette – Boyhood
Laura Dern – Wild
Keira Knightley – The Imitation Game
Emma Stone – Birdman
Meryl Streep – Into the Woods

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM OF THE YEAR
Ida (Poland)
Leviathan (Russia)
Tangerines (Estonia)
Timbuktu (Mauritania)
Wild Tales (Argentina)

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
CitizenFour
Finding Vivian Maier
Last Days in Vietnam
The Salt of the Earth
Virunga

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM OF THE YEAR
Big Hero 6
The Boxtrolls
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Song of the Sea
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya

ACHIEVEMENT IN DIRECTING
Birdman – Alejandro G. Iñárritu
Boyhood – Richard Linklater
Foxcatcher – Bennett Miller
The Grand Budapest Hotel – Wes Anderson
The Imitation Game – Morten Tyldum

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
American Sniper – Jason Hall
The Imitation Game  – Graham Moore
Inherent Vice – Paul Thomas Anderson
The Theory of Everything – Anthony McCarten
Whiplash – Damien Chazelle

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Birdman – Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Jr. & Armando Bo
Boyhood – Richard Linklater
Foxcatcher – E. Max Frye and Dan Futterman
The Grand Budapest Hotel – Wes Anderson; story by Wes Anderson & Hugo Guinness
Nightcrawler – Dan Gilroy

BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM
The Bigger Picture
The Dam Keeper
Feast
Me and My Moulton
A Single Life

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM
Aya
Boogaloo and Graham
Butter Lamp (La Lampe Au Beurre De Yak)
Parvaneh
The Phone Call

BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1
Joanna
Our Curse
The Reaper (La Parka)
White Earth

ACHIEVEMENT IN CINEMATOGRAPHY
Birdman
The Grand Budapest
Ida
Mr. Turner
Unbroken

ACHIEVEMENT IN COSTUME DESIGN
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Inherent Vice
Into the Woods
Maleficent
Mr. Turner

ACHIEVEMENT IN FILM EDITING
American Sniper
Boyhood
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Imitation Game
Whiplash

ACHIEVEMENT IN MAKEUP & HAIRSTYLING
Foxcatcher
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Guardians of the Galaxy

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Imitation Game
Interstellar
Mr. Turner
The Theory of Everything

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
“Everything Is Awesome” – The Lego Movie
“Glory” – Selma
“Grateful” – Beyond the Lights
“I’m Not Gonna Miss You” – Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me
“Lost Stars” – Begin Again

ACHIEVEMENT IN PRODUCTION DESIGN
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Imitation Game
Interstellar
Into the Woods
Mr. Turner

ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND EDITING
American Sniper
Birdman
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Interstellar
Unbroken

ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND MIXING
American Sniper
Birdman
Interstellar
Unbroken
Whiplash

ACHIEVEMENT IN VISUAL EFFECTS
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Guardians of the Galaxy
Interstellar
X-Men: Days of Future Past

Golden Globes nominees 2014

January 8, 2015

The Golden Globe Awards are this Sunday 1/11 and with the Oscar nominations set to be revealed Thursday 1/15, now is your chance to catch up on the nominated films you may have missed!

You can see several of the best films of the year — including Best Picture nominees BOYHOOD, FOXCATCHER, THE IMITATION GAME, SELMA, BIRDMAN, and INTO THE WOODS — right now at your local Angelika Film Center – visit angelikafilmcenter.com for current selections and showtimes at each location.

What are your must-see films this weekend? Predictions for the Globes? Let us know in the comments!

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FILM

BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
Boyhood
Foxcatcher
The Imitation Game
Selma
The Theory of Everything

BEST DIRECTOR – MOTION PICTURE
Wes Anderson – Grand Budapest Hotel
Ava DuVernay – Selma
David Fincher – Gone Girl
Alejandro Inarritu – Birdman
Richard Linklater – Boyhood

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
Jennifer Aniston: Cake
Felicity Jones: The Theory of Everything
Julianne Moore: Still Alice
Rosamund Pike: Gone Girl
Reese Witherspoon: Wild

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
Steve Carell: Foxcatcher
Benedict Cumberbatch: The Imitation Game
Jake Gyllenhaal: Nightcrawler
David Oyelowo: Selma
Eddie Redmayne: Theory of Everyting

BEST MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
Birdman
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Into the Woods
St. Vincent
Pride

BEST SCREENPLAY – MOTION PICTURE
Richard Linklater – Boyhood
Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Armando Bo – Birdman”
Graham Moore – The Imitation Game
Wes Anderson & Hugo Guinness – The Grand Budapest Hotel
Gillian Flynn – Gone Girl

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY/MUSICAL
Amy Adams – Big Eyes
Emily Blunt – Into the Woods
Helen Mirren – 100 Foot Journey
Julianne Moore – Maps to the Stars
Quvenzhane Wallis – Annie

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY/MUSICAL
Ralph Fiennes – The Grand Budapest Hotel
Michael Keaton – Birdman
Bill Murray – St. Vincent
Christoph Waltz – Big Eyes
Joaquin Phoenix – Inherent Vice

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Patricia Arquette – Boyhood
Keira Knightley – The Imitation Game
Meryl Streep – Into The Woods
Emma Stone – Birdman
Jessica Chastain – A Most Violent Year”

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Robert Duvall – The Judge
Ethan Hawke – Boyhood
Edward Norton – Birdman
J.K Simmons – Whiplash
Mark Ruffalo – Foxcatcher

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
“Big Eyes” (Big Eyes)
“Glory” (Selma)
“Mercy Is” (Noah)
“Opportunity” (Annie)
“Yellow Flicker Beat” (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part I)

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE – MOTION PICTURE
Johann Johannsson – The Theory of Everything
Alexandre Desplat – The Imitation Game
Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross – Gone Girl
Antonio Sanchez – Birdman
Hans Zimmer – Interstellar

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
Ida
Tangerines
Leviathan
Force Majeure
Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
How to Train Your Dragon 2
The Boxtrolls
The LEGO Movie
Big Hero 6
“The Book of Life

TELEVISION

Best TV Movie or Miniseries
Fargo
The Missing
The Normal Heart
Olive Kitteridge
True Detective

Best TV Series
The Affair
Downton Abbey
Game of Thrones
The Good Wife
House of Cards

Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical
Girls
Jane the Virgin
Orange Is the New Black
Silicon Valley
Transparent

Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama
Clive Owen, The Knick
Liev Schreiber, Ray Donovan
Kevin Spacey, House of Cards
James Spader, The Blacklist
Dominic West, The Affair

Best Actor, TV Series Comedy
Louis C.K., Louis
Don Cheadle, House of Lies
Ricky Gervais, Derek
William H. Macy, Shameless
Jeffery Tambor, Transparent

Best Actress in a TV Series, Drama
Claire Danes, Homeland
Viola Davis, How to Get Away With Murder
Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife
Ruth Wilson, The Affair
Robin Wright, House of Cards

Best Actress in a TV Series, Comedy
Lena Dunham, Girls
Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Gina Rodriguez, Jane the Virgin
Taylor Schilling, Orange Is the New Black

Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie
Martin Freeman, Fargo
Woody Harrelson, True Detective
Matthew McConaughey, True Detective
Mark Ruffalo, The Normal Heart
Billy Bob Thornton, Fargo

Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie
Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Honorable Woman
Jessica Lange, American Horror Story: Freak Show
Frances McDormand, Olive Kitteridge
Frances O’Connor, The Missing
Allison Tolman, Fargo

Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Mini-Series or TV Movie
Matt Bomer, The Normal Heart
Alan Cumming, The Good Wife
Colin Hanks, Fargo
Bill Murray, Olive Kitteridge
Jon Voight, Ray Donovan

Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or TV Movie
Uzo Aduba, Orange Is the New Black
Kathy Bates, American Horror Story: Freak Show
Joanne Froggatt, Downton Abbey
Allison Janney, Mom
Michelle Monaghan, True Detective

FOXCATCHER – Interview with Bennett Miller

November 25, 2014

Friend of the Angelika Blog Mark Walters recently sat down with director Bennett Miller (MONEYBALL, CAPOTE) to discuss his electrifying new film FOXCATCHER, starring Steve Carell, Mark Ruffalo, and Channing Tatum. Check out the interview below for insight into the casting the film, the extensive makeup for Carell’s dramatic transformation, and how the actor never broke character while filming on set.

 

ABOUT THE FILM:
A searing true-life account of three men grappling with the American Dream. FOXCATCHER tells the dark and fascinating story of the unlikely and ultimately tragic relationship between an eccentric multi-millionaire John du Pont and Olympic Gold Medal-winning wrestler Mark Schultz. The wrestler seizes an opportunity to train for the 1988 Seoul Olympics at du Pont’s lavish country estate, but du Pont’s mercurial personality and psychological gameplay begins to weigh heavily on Mark’s shaky self-esteem, undermining his abilities on the mat.

 

FOXCATCHER opens Wednesday 11/26 at the Angelika Dallas. Also playing at the Angelika at Mosaic.

THE IMITATION GAME – Exclusive Clip!

Benedict Cumberbatch and Oscar winner Keira Knightly  star in the thrilling true story of Alan Turing, the genius British mathematician, logician, cryptologist, and computer scientist who led the charge to crack the German Enigma Code that helped the Allies win WWII.

In this exclusive clip, featuring Matthew Goode and Downton Abbey’s Allen Leech, the team of codebreakers are in a race against time to decode the Germans’ wartime communications using a captured Enigma machine — but the encryption cypher is reprogrammed by the Germans every 24 hours.

 

THE IMITATION GAME opens 11/28 exclusively at the Angelika New York and the Paris Theatre (NYC), 12/12 at the Angelika at Mosaic, and 12/25 at the Angelika Plano.

Independent Spirit Award nominees

Awards season is here! Film Independent’s Spirit Award nominees were announced today, kicking off the awards season by honoring the best independent films of the year. Winners will be announce the night before the Oscars, February 21, 2015.

Top nominees BIRDMAN, WHIPLASH, NIGHTCRAWLER, CITIZENFOUR, FORCE MAJEURE and more are now playing at the Angelika Film Center.

 

BEST FEATURE
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
Boyhood
Love is Strange
Selma
Whiplash

BEST DIRECTOR
Damien Chazelle – Whiplash
Ava DuVernay – Selma
Alejandro G. Iñárritu – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
Richard Linklater – Boyhood
David Zellner – Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter

BEST SCREENPLAY
Big Eyes
A Most Violent Year
Nightcrawler
Only Lovers Left Alive
Love is Strange

BEST FIRST FEATURE
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
Dear White People
Nightcrawler
Obvious Child
She’s Lost Control

BEST FIRST SCREENPLAY
Appropriate Behavior
Little Accidents
The One I Love
She’s Lost Control
Dear White People

JOHN CASSAVETES AWARD  (best feature made for under $500,000)
Blue Ruin
It Felt Like Love
Land Ho!
Man From Reno
Test

BEST FEMALE LEAD
Marion Cotillard – The Immigrant
Rinko Kikuchi – Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter
Julianne Moore – Still Alice
Jenny Slate – Obvious Child
Tilda Swinton – Only Lovers Left Alive

BEST MALE LEAD
André Benjamin – Jimi: All Is By My Side
Jake Gyllenhaal – Nightcrawler
Michael Keaton – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
John Lithgow – Love is Strange
David Oyelowo – Selma

BEST SUPPORTING FEMALE
Patricia Arquette – Boyhood
Jessica Chastain – A Most Violent Year
Carmen Ejogo – Selma
Andrea Suarez Paz – Stand Clear of the Closing Doors
Emma Stone – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

BEST SUPPORTING MALE
Riz Ahmed – Nightcrawler
Ethan Hawke – Boyhood
Alfred Molina – Love is Strange
Edward Norton – Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
J.K. Simmons – Whiplash

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
The Immigrant
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
It Felt Like Love
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
Selma

BEST EDITING
Boyhood
Whiplash
Nightcrawler
A Most Violent Year
The Guest

BEST DOCUMENTARY
20,000 Days on Earth
CITIZENFOUR
Stray Dog
The Salt of the Earth
Virunga

BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM
Force Majeure (Sweden)
Ida (Poland)
Leviathan (Russia)
Mommy (Canada)
Norte, the End of History (Philippines)
Under the Skin (United Kingdom)