Hollywood Film Awards: Exclusive red carpet interviews plus complete list of winners and presenters

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Sunday night’s Hollywood Film Awards were the first chance to see many of this year’s strongest Oscar contenders all in one place. Announced in advance, top acting winners included Carey Mulligan (“Suffragette“), Will Smith (“Concussion“), Jane Fonda (“Youth“) and Benicio Del Toro (“Sicario“) along with the casts of “The Hateful Eight” and “Straight Outta Compton.”

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Senior editor Marcus Dixon and I were on the red carpet and provide you with a full list of this year’s honorees and presenters below. We also hosted 10 fun interviews from the red carpet, so click each link to watch the short chats with top awards candidates this year.

Elizabeth Cantillo, “Concussion” (Best Picture contender)

Pete Docter, “Inside Out” (Best Animated Feature contender)

F. Gary Gray, “Straight Outta Compton” (Best Director contender)

Tom Hooper, “The Danish Girl” (Best Director contender)

Janusz Kaminski, “Bridge of Spies” (Best Cinematography contender)

Peter Landesman, “Concussion” (Best Director contender)

Tom McCarthy, “Spotlight” (Best Director, Best Original Screenplay contender)

Adam McKay, “The Big Short” (Best Director contender)

Mark Ruffalo, “Spotlight” (Best Supporting Actor contender)

Josh Singer, “Spotlight” (Best Original Screenplay contender)

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2015 Hollywood Film Awards recipients:

Career Achievement Award presented to Robert De Niro by David O. Russell.

Producer Award presented to Ridley Scott (“The Martian) by Russell Crowe.

Director Award presented to Tom Hooper (“The Danish Girl”) by Amber Heard.

Actor Award presented to Will Smith (“Concussion”) by Jamie Foxx.

Actress Award presented to Carey Mulligan (“Suffragette”) by Jake Gyllenhaal.

Supporting Actor Award presented to Benicio Del Toro (“Sicario”) by Reese Witherspoon.

Supporting Actress Award presented to Jane Fonda (“Youth”) by Laura Dern.

Breakout Actor Award presented to Joel Edgerton (“Black Mass“) by Johnny Depp, Dakota Johnson.

Breakout Actress Award presented to Alicia Vikander (“The Danish Girl”) by Armie Hammer.

New Hollywood Award presented to Saoirse Ronan (“Brooklyn“) by Ryan Gosling.

Ensemble Award presented to “The Hateful Eight” by Quentin Tarantino.

Breakout Ensemble Award presented to “Straight Outta Compton” by Ice Cube.

Comedy Award presented to Amy Schumer (“Trainwreck“) by Selena Gomez.

Breakthrough Director Award presented to Adam McKay (“The Big Short”) by Steve Carell.

Screenwriter Award presented to Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer (“Spotlight”) by Mark Ruffalo.

Blockbuster Award presented to “Furious 7” by Kurt Russell.

Song Award presented to “Furious 7” (“See You Again”) by Vin Diesel.

Animation Award presented to Pete Docter (“Inside Out”) by Amy Poehler.

Cinematography Award presented to Janusz Kaminski (“Bridge of Spies”).

Composer Award presented to Alexandre Desplat (“The Danish Girl,” “Suffragette”).

Documentary Award presented to Asif Kapadia (“Amy”).

Editor Award presented to David Rosenbloom (“Black Mass”).

Visual Effects Award presented to Tim Alexander (“Jurassic World”).

Sound Award presented to Gary Rydstrom (“Bridge of Spies”).

Costume Design Award presented to Sandy Powell (“Cinderella”).

Make-Up and Hair Styling Award presented to Lesley Vanderwalt (“Mad Max: Fury Road”).

Production Design Award presented to Colin Gibson (“Mad Max: Fury Road”).

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