OFCC Awards BOYHOOD Best Picture and Director; Rosamund Pike Wins Best Actress

     January 5, 2015

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A number of film critics groups from all across the country have been handing out their various awards over the past month or so (SEFCA, to which Matt belongs, named The Grand Budapest Hotel the Best Film of 2014), and the group of which I am personally a member, the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle, announced its winners today.  Boyhood was named Best Picture while Richard Linklater picked up the Best Director trophy, and it’s tough for me to argue with these two choices.  Elsewhere, Gone Girl picked up two prizes, Best Actress for Rosamund Pike and Best Adapted Screenplay for Gillian Flynn, and we singled out The LEGO Movie and 22 Jump Street filmmakers Phil Lord and Chris Miller for “Best Body of Work” in 2014.

Check out the full list of winners (including our Top 10 of the year) after the jump.

boyhood-ethan-hawke-ellar-coltrane-patricia-arquetteOFCC 2014 Winners

Best Picture

Boyhood

Birdman

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Whiplash

Gone Girl

Nightcrawler

The Imitation Game

The LEGO Movie

A Most Violent Year

Guardians of the Galaxy

Best Actor – Michael Keaton, Birdman

Best Actress – Rosamund Pike, Gone Girl

Best Animated FilmThe LEGO Movie

Best Body of Work – Chris Miller & Phil Lord – The LEGO Movie & 22 Jump Street

gone-girl-ben-affleck-rosamund-pikeBest Director – Richard Linklater, Boyhood

Best DocumentaryLife Itself

Best First FeatureNightcrawler

Best Foreign Language FilmForce Majeure

Best Guilty PleasureEdge of Tomorrow

Not So Obviously Worst FilmThe Monuments Men

Obviously Worst FilmTransformers: Age of Extinction

Best Original Screenplay – Wes Anderson & Hugo Guinness, The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Adapted Screenplay – Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl

Best Supporting Actor – Edward Norton, Birdman

Best Supporting Actress – Patricia Arquette, Boyhood

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