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‘12 Years A Slave’ Wins Five Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Including Best Picture

‘12 Years A Slave’ Wins Five Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Including Best Picture

As I reported last week when the nominations were officially
revealed (HERE), the Chicago Film Critic
Association Awards were announced tonight
and 12 Years A Slave won five awards
including Best Picture.

Among the other awards announced, Steve McQueen was honored with the Best Director Award, Chiwetel
Ejiofor
for Best Actor, Lupita Nyong’o for Best
Supporting actress
and John Ridley
for Best Adapted Screenplay.

For the record, Cate
Blanchett
was awarded Best Actress for her role in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine, Jared Leto won Best Supporting
Actor
for his turn in Dallas Buyers
Club
and Spike Jonze for Best Original Screenplay for Her.

Here is the complete list of winners:

BEST
PICTURE 
12
Years A Slave

BEST
DIRECTOR 
Steve
McQueen–12 Years A Slave

BEST
ACTOR 
Chiwetel
Ejiofor–12 Years A Slave

BEST
ACTRESS 
Cate
Blanchett–Blue Jasmine

BEST
SUPPORTING ACTOR 
Jared
Leto–Dallas Buyers Club

BEST
SUPPORTING ACTRESS 
Luptia
Nyong’o–12 Years A Slave

BEST
ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY 
Spike
Jonze–Her

BEST
ADAPTED SCREENPLAY 
John
Ridley–12 Years A Slave

BEST
DOCUMENTARY 
The
Act of Killing

BEST
FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM 
The
Act of Killing

BEST
ANIMATED FEATURE 
The
Wind Rises

BEST
ORIGINAL SCORE 
Her–Arcade
Fire

BEST
CINEMATOGRAPHY 
Gravity–Emmanuel
Lubezki

BEST
EDITING 
Gravity–Alfonso
Cuaron & Mark Sanger

BEST
ART DIRECTION/PRODUCTION DESIGN 
Gravity–Mark
Scruton/Andy Nicolson

MOST
PROMISING PERFORMER 
Adele
Exarchopoulos–Blue is the Warmest Color

MOST
PROMISING FILMMAKER 
Destin
Cretton–Short Term 12

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Beemooree

They were also nominated for broadcast film critics choice awards announced yesterday

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