Cannes 2014: Mr Turner

Their nominations as follows:

35th LONDON CRITICS’ CIRCLE FILM AWARDS NOMINATIONS

FILM OF THE YEAR
Birdman
Boyhood
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Ida
Leviathan
Mr Turner
Nightcrawler
The Theory of Everything
Under the Skin
Whiplash

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM OF THE YEAR
Ida
Leviathan
Norte, The End of History
Two Days, One Night
Winter Sleep

BRITISH FILM OF THE YEAR
The Imitation Game
Mr Turner
Pride
The Theory of Everything
Under the Skin

DOCUMENTARY OF THE YEAR
20,000 Days on Earth
Citizenfour
Manakamana
Next Goal Wins
Night Will Fall

ACTOR OF THE YEAR
Benedict Cumberbatch – The Imitation Game
Jake Gyllenhaal – Nightcrawler
Michael Keaton – Birdman
Eddie Redmayne – The Theory of Everything
Timothy Spall – Mr Turner

ACTRESS OF THE YEAR
Marion Cotillard – Two Days, One Night
Essie Davis – The Babadook
Scarlett Johansson – Under the Skin
Julianne Moore – Maps to the Stars
Julianne Moore – Still Alice

SUPPORTING ACTOR OF THE YEAR
Riz Ahmed – Nightcrawler
Ethan Hawke – Boyhood
Edward Norton – Birdman
Mark Ruffalo – Foxcatcher
JK Simmons – Whiplash

SUPPORTING ACTRESS OF THE YEAR
Patricia Arquette – Boyhood
Marion Bailey – Mr Turner
Jessica Chastain – A Most Violent Year
Agata Kulesza – Ida
Emma Stone – Birdman

BRITISH ACTOR OF THE YEAR
Benedict Cumberbatch – The Imitation Game
Tom Hardy – Locke, The Drop
Jack O’Connell – Starred Up, ’71 & Unbroken
Eddie Redmayne – The Theory of Everything
Timothy Spall – Mr Turner

BRITISH ACTRESS OF THE YEAR
Emily Blunt – Into the Woods & Edge of Tomorrow
Felicity Jones – The Theory of Everything
Keira Knightley – The Imitation Game, Begin Again & Say When
Gugu Mbatha-Raw – Belle
Rosamund Pike – Gone Girl & What We Did on Our Holiday

YOUNG BRITISH PERFORMER OF THE YEAR
Daniel Huttlestone – Into the Woods
Alex Lawther – The Imitation Game
Corey McKinley – ’71
Will Poulter – The Maze Runner & Plastic
Saoirse Ronan – The Grand Budapest Hotel

DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR
Wes Anderson – The Grand Budapest Hotel
Jonathan Glazer – Under the Skin
Alejandro G Iñárritu – Birdman
Richard Linklater – Boyhood
Mike Leigh – Mr Turner

SCREENWRITER OF THE YEAR
Wes Anderson – The Grand Budapest Hotel
Damien Chazelle – Whiplash
Dan Gilroy – Nightcrawler
Alejandro G Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris & Armando Bo – Birdman
Richard Linklater – Boyhood

BREAKTHROUGH BRITISH FILMMAKER
Hossein Amini – The Two Faces of January
Elaine Constantine – Northern Soul
Yann Demange – ’71
Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard – 20,000 Days on Earth
James Kent – Testament of Youth

TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
’71 – Chris Wyatt, editing
Birdman – Emmanuel Lubezki, cinematography
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes – Joe Letteri, visual effects
The Grand Budapest Hotel – Adam Stockhausen, production design
Inherent Vice – Mark Bridges, costumes
Leviathan – Mikhail Krichman, cinematography
Mr Turner – Dick Pope, cinematography
A Most Violent Year – Kasia Walicka-Maimone, costumes
Under the Skin – Mica Levi, score
Whiplash – Tom Cross, editing

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  • Jim

    Lovely nominees, though I can’t begin to understand how anyone is categorizing Agata Kulesza’s performance in Ida as a supporting role.

  • WW

    Kinda surprising to see ”The Imitation Game” miss the cut for Film of the Year, Director and Screenplay. Glad to see Alex Lawther, who played the young Alan Turing, get some credit. … ”The Theory of Everything” makes it into the field for Film of the Year, but not Director or Screenplay. What do James Marsh, a Brit, or Morten Tyldum need to do to get any recognition? … I realize there’s an element of nationalism here (yay for British cinema!), but these types of awards encourage vote-splitting. … And that Technical Achievement category is a crazy hodgepodge. Talk about comparing apples with oranges!

  • Daveylow

    I don’t know how these critics can single out Pride as a British Film of the Year and not nominate any of the wonderful performances or the screenplay.

  • PS

    It’s nice to see my favorite film this year Norte: The End of History get nominated in the Foreign Language category. It’s such an under-appreciated masterpiece. It’s quite interesting that The Imitation Game was left out of the Best Picture lineup and in other categories. I thought it would have stronger support across the pond.

  • SAMMY

    Whiplash started to score some editing awards here and there.

  • WW

    The Golden Globes did the same thing with ”Pride”: nominated it in ONE category alone: Best Comedy. … Clearly, the bigger-name stars have a better shot at getting nominated. … The British Independent Film Awards gave it a better shake. It actually beat ”The Imitation Game” for Best British Indie, and ”Pride” co-stars Imelda Staunton and Andrew Scott were nominated and WON for their supporting roles. Also, the BIFA nominated ”Pride’s” director (Matthew Warchus) and screenwriter (Stephen Beresford), as well as co-star Ben Schnetzer for Supporting Actor and Promising Newcomer. Let’s see what BAFTA does.

  • Lars

    Great showing for “Nightcrawler”, I’m predicting it might become one of the best film nominees when the Oscar comes.

  • Zach

    Jake Gyllenhaal is crazy strong in the precursors. Interesting that a British group that finally goes for Spall and Mr. Turner also includes Jake and Nightcrawler. But still no Rene Russo.

    Keira appears to be on shaky ground, relegated to the British Actress category. Perhaps she’s most at risk of being bumped by, say, Laura Dern, as shocking on paper as it would be for her to miss.

    And yeah, it’s crazy that Theory and Imitation are taken for granted as such locks (SAG-GG-BFCA + baity subject matter + British support + sentimental tone) but have yet to get major nominations for their directors.

  • David

    YES! Essie Davis FINALLY getting some attention for her brilliant performance in The Babadook.

  • Hello Mike Leigh.

    Hello Norte, the End of History.

    Hello Pride.

    Hello Marion Bailey.

    Hello Julianne Moore for Maps to the Stars.

    Hello Essie Davis.

    Hello the best nominations of the season so far.

    Beat this, AMPAS.

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