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Hosted for the second year in a row by Aubrey Plaza, the 35th Film Independent Spirit Awards honored the best in independent cinema down at the Santa Monica Beach. The top honor of Best Picture this year went to “The Farewell,” which also took Best Supporting Actress for Zhao Shuzhen. Also winning big was Adam Sandler, who addressed his Oscars snub and offered a very funny acceptance speech.
Today, I voted for the 35th Film Independent Spirit Awards. Below is how I voted. The winners will be announced on February 8, 2020 with Aubrey Plaza hosting for the second year in a row. LEAST FAVORITE FILMS TOP TEN FAVORITE FILMS
In the Best Picture category, there are currently the “big three,” which are the films with the best shot at winning. “Marriage Story” is not one of them. They include “1917,” “Parasite,” and “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.” I would even say “The Irishman” falls in somewhere ahead of “Marriage Story” as well.
“Marriage Story” was awarded Best Picture by the Greater Western New York Film Critics Association and it wasn’t surprising, as “Marriage Story” also won Best Original Screenplay, Best Lead Actor and Actress, and Best Score.
“Marriage Story” was the big winner at the Nevada Film Critics Society Awards, winning Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Actress (tied with “Bombshell”).
The Dublin Film Critics Circle named “Marriage Story” the Best Film of 2019, along with Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Screenplay. Noah Baumbach missed the Best Director category, however, with Martin Scorsese pulling off the win for “The Irishman.”
“Marriage Story” is a film that was talked about a lot heading into the awards season, and although it may be popping up here and there, it really had not won an substantial critics awards. However, the Indiana Film Journalists Association have awarded it their Best Film of the year, along with Best Actor going to Adam Driver and Best Original Screenplay going to Noah Baumbach.
Even though “Marriage Story” swept three of the four acting awards plus the Best Screenplay category and “The Irishman” won Best Director and Best Supporting Actor, it was “Parasite” that ultimately was award the Best Picture of 2019 by the Detroit Film Critics Society at their annual awards.
The Toronto Film Critics Association awarded “Parasite” with Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Foreign-Language Film, grabbing more awards than anything else. “Marriage Story” took two acting awards with Adam Driver and Laura Dern both winning.
“Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” has the most nominations with ten, while “The Irishman” and “Marriage Story” both have the second most with nine. “1917” has eight. The winners will be announced on Sunday, December 15th.
If you ever needed proof that Netflix isn’t going anywhere, just look at its nominations count for this year’s Golden Globes. It towers above the rest with a total of 17 nominations for its original films and series.