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The Boston Society of Film Critics, voting Sunday, named Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave the best picture of the year and also cited McQueen as best director and the film’s Chiwetel Ejiofor as best actor.
The Beantown critics also hailed Cate Blanchett as best actress for Blue Jasmine, gave James Gandolfini a posthumous award as best supporting actor for Enough Said and awarded June Squibb its best supporting actress award for Nebraska.
A complete list of winners follows:
Best Picture — 12 Years a Slave
??Best Actor — Chiwetel Ejiofor for 12 Years a Slave??
Best Actress — Cate Blanchett for Blue Jasmine??
Best Supporting Actor — James Gandolfini for Enough Said
Best Supporting Actress — June Squibb for Nebraska??
Best Director — Steve McQueen for 12 Years a Slave??
Best Screenplay — Nicole Holofcener for Enough Said??
Best Cinematography — Emmanuel Lubezki for Gravity
??Best Documentary — The Act of Killing??
Best Foreign-Language Film — Wadjida
Best Animated Film — The Wind Rises
??Best Film Editing (awarded in memory of Karen Schmeer) — Daniel P. Hanley and Mike Hill for Rush
Best New Filmmaker (awarded in memory of David Brudnoy) — Ryan Coogler for Fruitvale Station
??Best Ensemble Cast — Nebraska??
Best Use of Music in a Film — Inside Llewyn Davis
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