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    Best Actor
     Winner: Joaquin Phoenix as Freddie Quell in The Master
      1st Runner-Up:
    Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean in Les Miserables
      2nd Runner-Up:
    Richard Gere as Robert Miller in Arbitrage

    Best Actress
     Winner: Emayatzi Corinealdi as Ruby in Middle of Nowhere
         1st Runner-Up: 
    Jessica Chastain as Maya in Zero Dark Thirty
         2nd Runner-Up: 
    Quvenzhane Wallis as Hushpuppy in BOTSW

    Best Supporting Actor
     Winner: Philip Seymour Hoffman as Lancaster Dodd in The Master
         1st Runner-Up:
    Sam Rockwell as Billy Bickel in Seven Psychopaths
         2nd Runner-Up:
    [tie] Matthew McConaughey as Dallas in Magic Mike AND Javier Bardem as Raoul Silva in Skyfall

    Best Supporting Actress
     Winner: Anne Hathaway as Fantine in Les Miserables
         1st Runner-Up: 
    Judi Dench as M in Skyfall
         2nd Runner-Up: 
    Ann Dowd as Sandra in Compliance

    Best Acting Ensemble
       Winner: Seven Psychopaths
         1st Runner-Up: Moonrise Kingdom
         2nd Runner-Up: Les Miserables

    Best Director
         Winner: Kathryn Bigelow for Zero Dark Thirty
            1st Runner-Up: Paul Thomas Anderson for The Master
            2nd Runner-Up:
    Ang Lee for Life of Pi

    Best Original Screenplay
         Winner: Martin McDonagh for Seven Psychopaths
            1st Runner-Up:
    Mark Boal, Zero Dark Thirty
            2nd Runner-Up:
    [tie] Wes Anderson for Moonrise Kingdom AND Ava DuVernay for Middle of Nowhere

    Best Adapted Screenplay
          Winner: Jose Rivera for On the Road
            1st Runner-Up:
    Stephen Chbosky for Perks of Being a Wallflower
            2nd Runner-Up: 
    David O. Russell for Silver Linings Playbook

    Best Motion Picture
          Winner: Zero Dark Thirty

          Top 15 (Live-action, English Language)
            1. Zero Dark Thirty (D: Kathryn Bigelow)
            2. Moonrise Kingdom (D: Wes Anderson)
            3. The Master (D: Paul Thomas Anderson)
            4. Skyfall (D: Sam Mendes)
            5. Seven Psychopaths (D: Martin McDonagh)
            6. Keep the Lights On (D: Ira Sachs)
            7. The Grey (D: Joe Carnahan)
            8. Les Miserables (D: Tom Hooper)
            9. Middle of Nowhere (D: Ava DuVernay)
            10. Life of Pi (D: Ang Lee)
            11. Beasts of the Southern Wild (D: Benh Zeitlin)
            12. Silver Linings Playbook (D: David O. Russell)
            13. Promised Land (D: Gus Van Sant)
            14. A Late Quartet (D: Yaron Zilberman)
            15. Magic Mike (D: Steven Soderbergh)

    Best Animated Feature Film
           Winner: ParaNorman
                  1st Runner-Up: Wreck-It-Ralph
                  2nd Runner-Up: From Up on Poppy Hill
     
    Best Cinematography
          Winner: Moonrise Kingdom
               1st Runner-Up: The Master
               2nd Runner-Up: Skyfall

             
    Best Original Score
            Winner: Beasts of the Southern Wild
                1st Runner-Up: Moonrise Kingdom
                2nd Runner-Up: [tie] Life of Pi AND Anna Karenina

    Best Film Editing
         Winner: Zero Dark Thirty
              1st Runner-Up: End of Watch
              2nd Runner-Up: Argo

    Best Designed Movie (Costume Design + Production Design)
         Winner: Moonrise Kingdom
             1st Runner-Up: 
    Anna Karenina
             2nd Runner-Up: Les Miserables

    Best Visual F/X
           Winner: Life of Pi
              1st Runner-Up: Cloud Atlas
              2nd Runner-Up: Skyfall

    Original Vision Award
          Winner: Beasts of the Southern Wild
             1st Place: 
    Seven Psychopaths
             2nd Place: 
    Anna Karenina

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    babypook
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    Are these your awards? I like how you’ve gone outside the box; End of Watch, Moonrise, Promised Land, Middle of Nowhere, Sam Rockwell, Beasts, A few of your choices piss me off, such as The Grey, and the wins for ZD30. Lol! Plus, no wins for Cloud Atlas, but at least it’s up there. I definitely would have liked seeing it in the Costume/Production Design category.

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