New York Film Critics’ Online Awards: ‘Boyhood,’ Eddie Redmayne, Marion Cotillard

Last year, the New York Film Critics Online picked eventual Oscar winner “12 Years a Slave” as Best Picture and foresaw three of the four acting winners as well; their love of “12 Years” saw them go for the leading performance of Chiwetel Ejiofor over Matthew McConaughey (“Dallas Buyers Club.”

This year, they have followed in the path of the Gotham print scribes by naming “Boyhood” as the best film of the year. Likewise, they endorsed three of the four performances chosen by the New York Film Critics Circle, differing only on Best Actor. 

Below, the winners of the 12th annual edition of these kudos.  

RELATED: Complete list of Los Angeles Film Critics Association winners

BEST PICTURE
“Boyhood”

BEST DIRECTOR
Richard Linklater,”Boyhood

BEST ACTOR
Eddie Redmayne, “The Theory of Everything” 

BEST ACTRESS
Marion Cotillard, “Two Days One Night” 

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
J.K. Simmons, “Whiplash

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Patricia Arquette, “Boyhood” 

RELATED: Complete list of New York Film Critics Circle Awards winners

BEST SCREENPLAY
“Birdman”

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Emmanuel Lubezki, “Birdman”

BEST USE OF MUSIC
“Get on Up”

BEST DOCUMENTARY
“Life Itself”

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
“Two Days, One Night”

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE
The Lego Movie” 

BEST ENSEMBLE
“Birdman”

BEST BREAKTHROUGH PERFORMANCE
Jack O’Connell (“Starred Up,” “Unbroken“)

BEST DEBUT DIRECTOR
Dan Gilroy, “Nightcrawler

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4 thoughts on “New York Film Critics’ Online Awards: ‘Boyhood,’ Eddie Redmayne, Marion Cotillard

  1. Great choices! YES for Boyhood, a modern cinematic masterpiece and YES for Marion Cotillard and her incomparable performance in Two Days, One Night! There’s not a hint of doubt that she should take the Best Actress Oscar this year (even though I doubt it, Julianne Moore is the clear frontrunner right now). Cotillard gave the greatest female performance of the year BY A MILE and that’s what truly matters. Through her groundbreaking performance in Dardennes’ latest masterpiece, she gave a voice to everyone out there who ever struggled with mental illness and the possibility of losing their job. She’s some kind of a miracle in Dardennes’ latest masterpiece.

  2. @Sergios Dude, I hope Ms. Cotillard is paying you handsomely for your incessant endorsements. If you’re not her your publicist, you’re deranged!

  3. @ Christian @ Jonathan Goeschl Your stupidity is even more creepy than my admiration for Marion Cotillard’s incredible work this year. You don’t have to be the publicist of a terrific actress like Marion Cotillard, whose work is criminally ignored from The Oscars the last seven years, in order to spread awareness for that work, a work to be found mainly in little seen films (since most of them are either arthouse or foreign-language).

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