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  • benutty
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    #197766

    What is everyone predicting for the NYFFC winners?

    Here’s a rundown of wins in the last 6 years, where you can see they have a fair amount of correlation with Academy tastes:

    Best Film

    Boyhood^
    American Hustle^
    Zero Dark Thirty^
    The Artist*
    The Social Network^
    The Hurt Locker *

    Best Director
    Linklater | Boyhood^
    McQueen | 12 Years a Slave^
    Bigelow | Zero Dark Thirty
    Hazanavicius | The Artist*
    Fincher | The Social Network^
    Bigelow | The Hurt Locker*

    Best Actor
    Spall | Mr. Turner
    Redford | All Is Lost
    Day-Lewis | Lincoln*
    Pitt | The Tree of Life, Moneyball^
    Firth | The King’s Speech*
    Clooney | Fantastic Mr. Fox, Up in the Air^

    Best Actress
    Cotillard | The Immigrant, Two Days One Night^
    Blanchett | Blue Jasmine*
    Weisz | The Deep Blue Sea
    Streep | The Iron Lady*
    Bening | The Kids Are All Right^
    Streep | Julie & Julia^

    Best Screenplay
    The Grand Budapest Hotel^
    American Hustle^
    Lincoln^
    Moneyball^
    The Kids Are All Right^
    In the Loop^

    Best Supporting Actor
    Simmons | Whiplash*
    Leto | Dallas Buyers Club*
    McConaughey | Magic Mike, Bernie
    Brooks | Drive
    Ruffalo | The Kids Are All Right^
    Waltz | Inglourious Basterds*

    Best Supporting Actress
    Arquette | Boyhood*
    Lawrence | American Hustle^
    Field | Lincoln^
    Chastain | The Tree of Life, Take Shelter, The Help^
    Leo | The Fighter*
    Mo’Nique | Precious*

    Best Cinematographer
    The Immigrant
    Inside Llewyn Davis^
    Zero Dark Thirty
    The Tree of Life^
    Black Swan^
    The White Ribbon^

    Best Animated Film
    The Lego Movie
    The Wind Rises^
    Frankenweenie^
    no award
    The Illusionist^
    Fantastic Mr. Fox^

    Best Foreign Language Film
    Ida*
    Blue Is the Warmest Colour
    Amour*
    A Separation*
    Carlos
    Summer Hours

    Best Non-Fiction Film
    Citizenfour*
    Stories We Tell
    The Central Park Five
    Cave of Forgotten Dreams
    Inside Job*
    Of Time and the City

    Best First Film
    The Babadook
    Fruitvale Station
    How to Survive a Plague^
    Margin Call
    Animal Kingdom
    Hunger

    – – – – – – – – – – 
    ^ nominated at the Oscars
    * won at the Oscars 

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    benutty
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    my predix:

    Best Film
    Carol

    Best Director
    Haynes | Carol

    Best Actor
    Fassbender | Macbeth, Steve Jobs

    Best Actress
    Larson | Room

    Best Screenplay
    Anomalisa

    Best Supporting Actor
    Ruffalo | Spotlight

    Best Supporting Actress
    Mara | Carol

    Best Cinematographer
    Deakins | Sicario

    Best Animated Film
    Anomalisa

    Best Foreign Language Film
    Son of Saul

    Best Non-Fiction Film
    Amy

    Best First Film
    Garland | Ex Machina

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    manakamana
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    Film – Carol
    Director – Todd Haynes
    Actress – Charlotte Rampling
    Actor –  Michael Fassbender
    Supporting Actress – Julie Walters
    Supporting Actor –  Mark Rylance
    Screenplay – Spotlight 
    Cinematographer – Ping Bin Lee
    Animated – Inside Out
    Foreign Language Film – Arabian Nights 
    Best Non-Fiction Film – The Look of Silence
    Best First Film – Son of Saul  

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    benutty
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    Supporting Actor –  Mark Rylance

    Oh good call.

    Also, I debated a Rampling win. I wouldn’t be surprised (and would be happy) to see it happen. 

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    manakamana
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    Supporting Actor –  Mark Rylance

    Oh good call.

    Also, I debated a Rampling win. I wouldn’t be surprised (and would be happy) to see it happen. 
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    Figured all the NY-set films might get something. Spies, Brooklyn, Carol…lol. They’d also be more familiar with Rylance’s stage work.

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    FilmGuy619
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    Best Film: Carol

    Best Director: Todd Haynes, Carol

    Best Actor: Michael Fassbender, Steve Jobs/Macbeth/Slow West

    Best Actress: Cate Blanchett, Carol/Truth

    Best Supporting Actress: Jennifer Jason Leigh, The Hateful Eight

    Best Supporting Actor: Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies 

    Best Screenplay: Steve Jobs

    Best Animated Feature: Inside Out

    Best Cinematography: Mad Max: Fury Road

    Best First Film: Son Of Saul

    Best Foreign Language Film: The Assassin

    Best Non-Fiction Film: Listen To Me Marlon 

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    Sasha
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    #197773

    Rampling is winning The Big Three. She’s gonna Sally Hawkins it. Except she’s also gonna be nommed for big O.

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    Eddy Q
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    Film: Carol
    Director: Todd Haynes
    Actor: Fassbender for Steve Jobs, Macbeth and possibly Slow West
    Actress: Rampling
    Supporting Actor: Rylance
    Supporting Actress: JJL for Hateful Eight (if enough of them get to see it in time – if not then I really don’t know cos I doubt they’ll fall for Mara and Vikander’s category fraud)

    Screenplay: The End of the Tour 
    Cinematography: Carol
    Animated: Anomalisa
    Foreign Language Film: Son of Saul
    Non-Fiction: The Look of Silence
    First Film: Ex Machina – Alex Garland 

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    benutty
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     I doubt they’ll fall for Mara and Vikander’s category fraud

    This is perhaps my biggest question mark about the race so far–whether or not precursors listen to/care about where studios are campaigning this year’s most fraudulent campaigns.

    I am a firm believer that Vikander will pick up nominations in the Lead fields and that she’ll eventually be voted into the Best Actress category for an Oscar nomination. But I think that precursors are more likely to accept Mara as a Supporting turn and may actually award her there. 

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    AviChristiaans
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    #197776

    Let’s not kid ourselves:

    Inside Out is going to sweep most of the Screenplay awards this year.

    Mad Max – Fury Road will be pushed to the heavens with a lot of critics Best Picture wins. I wouldn’t be surprised if NYFCC and LAFCA lead the way with Mad Max Best Picture wins. LAFCA is definetely going to push Miller.

     

    Best Film: Mad Max – Fury Road
    Best Director: George Miller (Mad Max- Fury Road)
    Actor: Michael Fassbender  (Steve Jobs, Macbeth)
    Actress: Charlotte Rampling (45 Years)
    Best Supporting Actor: Paul Dano (Love and Mercy)
    Supporting Actress: Rooney Mara (Carol)

    Screenplay: Josh Cooley, Pete Docter, Meg LeFauve (Inside Out) 
    Cinematography: Adam Arkapaw (Macbeth)
    Best Animated: Inside Out
    Best Foreign Language Film: Son of Saul
    Best Non-Fiction: Amy
    Best First Film: Lazslo Nemes (Son of Saul) 

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    Teridax
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    #197777

    My predix:

    Best Picture : Spotlight

    Best Director : George Miller (Mad Max: Fury Road) no I am not kidding

    Best Actress : Brie Larson (Room) or Saoisre Ronan for (Brooklyn) remember Timothy Spall last year, these people love the Brits! 😉

    Best Actor : Michael Fassbender (Steve Jobs) PLEASE NO 🙁 and (Macbeth)

    Best Supporting Actress : Jane Fonda (Youth)

    Best Supporting Actor : Idris Elba (Beasts of No Nation)

    Best Screenplay : Spotlight

    Best Cinematography : John Seale (Mad Max: Fury Road) I would predict either The Revenant or The Hateful Eight, but I don’t know how many critics have actually seen them, so I’m predicting they both will get shut out here just to be safe.

    Best Animated Feature : Anomalisa

    Best Foreign Language Film : Son of Saul

    Best First Film : Alex Garland (Ex Machina)

    Best Non-Fiction : Amy or Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief
    I couldn’t decide between the 2, sorry!

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    Teridax
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    I really hope you’re right about Fury Road and Love & Mercy, AviChristiaans. But how do you explain your prediction of Charlotte Rampling for Best Actress? If they want to Award a veteran, why not Maggie Smith for Lady in the Van or Lily Tomlin, who is a far greater contender for her magnificent work in Grandma? Or freaking Brie Larson, even?! Just curious. :\

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    OnTheAisle
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    Best Film
    Spotlight


    Best Director
    Todd Haynes for Carol

    Best Actor
    Geza Rohrig for Son of Saul

    Best Actress
    Charlotte Rampling for 45 Years

    Best Screenplay
    Aaron Sorkin for Steve Jobs

    Best Supporting Actor
    Jason Segel for The End of the Tour

    Best Supporting Actress
    Alicia Vikander for The Danish Girl, Ex Machina, Burnt 

    Best Cinematographer
    Janusz Kaminski for Bridge of Spies

    Best Animated Film
    Shaun the Sheep

    Best Foreign Language Film
    Son of Saul

    Best Non-Fiction Film
    Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief

    Best First Film
    Marielle Heller for The Diary of a Teenage Girl

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    manakamana
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    If they want to Award a veteran, why not Maggie Smith for Lady in the Van or Lily Tomlin, who is a far greater contender for her magnificent work in Grandma? Or freaking Brie Larson, even?! Just curious. :\

    Charlotte Rampling has been building up her buzz for this since Berlin and 45 Years is way more respected by critics than Lady in the Van or Grandma. Brie Larson is certainly good competition for her, though, as is Blanchett or even Mara.

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    Atypical
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    2015
    New York Film Critics Circle Predictions

    Best
    Film: “Carol”

    Best
    Director: Todd Haynes, “Carol”

    Best
    Actor, Michael Fassbender, “Macbeth” & “Slow West” & “Steve Jobs”

    Best
    Actress: Brie Larson, “Room”

    Best
    Supporting Actor: Mark Rylance, “Bridge of Spies”

    Best
    Supporting Actress: Jane Fonda, “Youth”

    Best
    Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, “Steve Jobs”

    Best
    Cinematographer: John Seale, “Mad Max: Fury Road”

    Best
    Animated Film: “Inside Out”

    Best
    Foreign Language Film: “Son of Saul” (Hungary)

    Best
    Nonfiction Film: “Amy”

    Best
    First Film: “Ex Machina”

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