Bryan Whitefield 2010

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Bryan Whitefield is a writer living in Brooklyn, NY.  He has two finished screenplays, one of which was a Sundance Lab Finalist.  He has written about music and film for, and Fader among others. He is also a regular contributor to You can catch up on all his big ideas (don’t get any) at his personal blog


Best Feature-Length Film
1. The Social Network
2. Inception
3. A Prophet
4. Animal Kingdom
5. Blue Valentine
6. The King’s Speech
7. Mother
8. Winter’s Bone
9. The American
10. True Grit

Best Lead Performance, Male
1. Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network
2. Tahar Rahim, A Prophet
3. Ryan Gosling, Blue Valentine
4. Jeff Bridges, True Grit
5. Colin Firth, The King’s Speech

Best Lead Performance, Female
1. Michelle Williams, Blue Valentine
2. Jennifer Lawrence, Winter’s Bone
3. Isabelle Huppert, White Material
4. Tilda Swinton, I Am Love
5. Hailee Steinfield, True Grit

Best Supporting Performance, Male
1. Niels Arestrup, A Prophet
2. Geoffrey Rush, The King’s Speech
3. John Hawkes, Winter’s Bone
4. Jeremy Renner, The Town
5. Mark Ruffalo, The Kids Are All Right

Best Supporting Performance, Female
1. Jacki Weaver, Animal Kingdom
2. Helena Bonham Carter, The King’s Speech
3. Violante Placido, The American
4. Rebecca Hall, The Town
5. Elle Fanning, Somewhere

Best Direction
1. David Fincher, The Social Network
2. Christopher Nolan, Inception
3. Jacques Audiard, A Prophet
4. David Michod, Animal Kingdom
5. Bong Joon-Ho, Mother
Best Screenplay 
1. Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network
2. Christopher Nolan, Inception
3. Bong Joon-ho and Park Eun-kyo, Mother
4. Jacques Audiard, Thomas Bidegain, Abdel Raoul Dafri and Nicolas Paufaillit, A Prophet
5. David Seidler, The King’s Speech

Best Cinematography
1. Wally Pfister, Inception
2. Martin Ruhe, The American
3. Jeff Cronenweth, The Social Network
4. Hong Kyung-Pyo, Mother
5. Andrij Parekh, Blue Valentine

Best Editing
1. Lee Smith, Inception
2. Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall, The Social Network
3. Tariq Anwar, The King’s Speech
4. Juliette Welfling, A Prophet
5. Jim Helton and Ron Patane, Blue Valentine

Best Music 
1. Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, The Social Network
2. Daft Punk, Tron: Legacy
3. Hans Zimmer, Inception
4. Grizzly Bear, Blue Valentine
5. The Tindersticks, White Material

Best Ensemble Performance
1. The Social Network
2. Animal Kingdom
3. Winter’s Bone
4. The King’s Speech
5. True Grit

Best Cinematic Moment
1. Rowing Scene – The Social Network
2. The Jolt - Inception
3. Assassination – A Prophet
4. King’s Speech – The King’s Speech
5. Ukulele Serenade – Blue Valentine
6. Falling Van - Inception
7. Opening Scene – The Social Network
8. Shooting Bottle Scene – True Grit
9. Italian Hotel – Somewhere 
10. Claire on Bus Scene – White Material 

Best Cinematic Breakthrough
1. Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network
2. David Michod, Animal Kingdom
3. Tahar Rahim, A Prophet
4. Michelle Williams, Blue Valentine
5. Jennifer Lawrence, Winter’s Bone

Best Body of Work
1. Andrew Garfield (The Social Network and Red Riding: 1974)
2. Rebecca Hall (The Town and Red Riding: 1974)
3. Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Played With Fire)
4. Michael Nyqvist (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Played With Fire)
5. Guy Pearce (Animal Kingdom and The King’s Speech)

10th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 2000
1. In The Mood For Love
2. Before Night Falls
3. Requiem For a Dream
4. Memento
5. Dancer in the Dark

25th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 1985
1. Back to the Future
2. The Breakfast Club
3. Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure
4. Desperately Seeking Susan
5. Rocky IV

50th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 1960
1. La Dolce Vita
2. L’Avventura
3. Breathless
4. Rocco & His Brothers
5. Psycho

Special Award: Best Film of the 1950s
1. Rebel Without a Cause
2. On the Waterfront
3. Giant
4. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
5. Rear Window
6. East of Eden
7. A Streetcar Named Desire
8. The Killing
9. The Seven Year Itch
10. Ben-Hur

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