Winners // 2014 TORONTO FILM CRITICS ASSOCIATION AWARDS



The Toronto Film Critics Association didn't change much in the Best Picture race, as they gave their top prize to Boyhood, along with mentioning The Grand Budapest Hotel and Inherent Vice as runners-up. They did notice Tom Hardy in the Best Actor race for his turn in the drama Locke, a film that hasn't received too much awards hype, so far. And, Marion Cotillard isn't a new name in the mix, but the film which she was awarded for was The Immigrant, instead of Two Days, One Night.


Best Picture

BOYHOOD


Best Actor

Tom Hardy, LOCKE


Best Actress

Marion Cotillard, THE IMMIGRANT


Best Supporting Actor

J.K. Simmons, WHIPLASH


Best Supporting Actress

Patricia Arquette, BOYHOOD


Best Director

Richard Linklater, BOYHOOD


Best Screenplay, Adapted or Original

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL


Best First Feature

THE LUNCHBOX, directed by Ritesh Batra


Best Animated Feature

THE TALE OF PRINCESS KAGUYA


Best Foreign-Language Film

FORCE MAJEURE


Best Documentary

THE OVERNIGHTERS


Jay Scott Prize for an Emerging Artist

Albert Shin, director of IN HER PLACE

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