Magazine article Screen International

Boyhood Triumphs at LAFCA

Magazine article Screen International

Boyhood Triumphs at LAFCA

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AWARDS: Boyhood wins best feature, director, actress and editing.

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association lavished most of its awards on Boyhood, which earned best feature and three other prizes, and The Grand Budapest Hotel, which took best screenplay for Wes Anderson and best production design for Adam Stockhausen.

Richard Linklater -- in London to collect Boyhood's best international independent award at the BIFAs -- prevailed in the directing category, while Patricia Arquette was named best actress and Sanda Adair picked up best editing honours.

Ida was named best foreign-language film, Citizenfour best documentary/nonfiction film and The LEGO Movie best animation.

The 40th annual awards ceremony will take place on January 10. As previously announced, Gena Rowlands will collect the 2014 Career Achievement Award.

Full list of winners:

BEST PICTUREBoyhoodRunner-up: The Grand Budapest HotelBEST ACTORTom Hardy, LockeRunner-up Michael Keaton, Birdman

BEST DIRECTORRichard Linklater, BoyhoodRunner-up: Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest HotelBEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILMIdaRunner-up: Winter SleepBEST SCREENPLAYWes Anderson, The Grand Budapest HotelRunner-up: Alejandra Gonzalez Inarritu, Nicolas Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris Jr, Armando Bo, Birdman

BEST ACTRESSPatricia Arquette, BoyhoodRunner-up: Julianne Moore, Still Alice

BEST DOCUMENTARY/NONFICTION FILMCitizenfourRunner-up: Life ItselfBEST CINEMATOGRAPHYEmmanuel Lubezki, BirdmanRunner-up: Dick Pope, Mr. …

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