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Filmspots 2016: Final Results
« Reply #10 on: November 17, 2017, 01:40:44 PM »
(The full thread for 2016 can be found here.)

Best Picture
     Moonlight — 44.1%
     Arrival — 17.9%
     Sing Street — 13.2%
     The Lobster — 12.7%
     The Witch — 12.1%

Best Director
     Barry Jenkins, Moonlight — 31.3%
     Park Chan-wook, The Handmaiden — 29.6%
     Denis Villeneuve, Arrival — 17.4%
     Yorgos Lanthimos, The Lobster — 16.2%
     Joel and Ethan Coen, Hail, Caesar! — 5.5%

Best Original Screenplay
     Yorgos Lanthimos and Efthymis Filippou, The Lobster — 41.5%
     Kenneth Lonergan, Manchester by the Sea — 31.9%
     Joel and Ethan Coen, Hail, Caesar! — 13.2%
     Robert Eggers, The Witch — 11.3%
     John Carney, Sing Street — 2.1%

Best Adapted Screenplay
     Barry Jenkins, Moonlight (based on the play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue by Tarell Alvin McCraney) — 30.8%
     Jeong Seo-kyeong and Park Chan-wook, The Handmaiden (based on the novel Fingersmith by Sarah Waters) — 25.1%
     Whit Stillman, Love & Friendship (based on the novella Lady Susan by Jane Austen) — 22.7%
     Eric Heisserer, Arrival (based on the story "Story of Your Life" by Ted Chiang) — 18.2%
     Taika Waititi, Hunt for the Wilderpeople (based on the book Wild Pork and Watercress by Barry Crump) — 3.2%

Best Actor
     Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea — 52.9%
     Colin Farrell, The Lobster — 24.0%
     Peter Simonischek, Toni Erdmann — 13.7%
     Ralph Ineson, The Witch — 6.3%
     Julian Dennison, Hunt for the Wilderpeople — 3.2%

Best Actress
     Isabelle Huppert, Elle — 42.6%
     Sandra Huller, Toni Erdmann — 21.1%
     Amy Adams, Arrival — 14.1%
     Charlotte Rampling, 45 Years — 12.3%
     Anya Taylor-Joy, The Witch — 10.0%

Best Supporting Actor
     Mahershala Ali, Moonlight — 45.9%
     John Goodman, 10 Cloverfield Lane — 30.8%
     Tom Bennett, Love & Friendship — 13.2%
     Jack Reynor, Sing Street — 6.0%
     Alden Ehrenreich, Hail, Caesar! — 4.0%

Best Supporting Actress
     Lily Gladstone, Certain Women — 40.3%
     Viola Davis, Fences — 21.5%
     Michelle Williams, Manchester by the Sea — 20.1%
     Lucy Boynton, Sing Street — 9.4%
     Janelle Monae, Moonlight — 8.7%

Best Ensemble Cast
     Moonlight — 43.9%
     Hail, Caesar! — 22.6%
     Love & Friendship — 16.2%
     Sing Street — 10.6%
     The Lobster — 6.6%

Best Non-English Language Film
     The Handmaiden — 35.1%
     Embrace of the Serpent — 24.5%
     Mustang — 16.3%
     Toni Erdmann — 13.1%
     Elle — 10.9%

Best Animated Film
     Tower — 39.1%
     Moana — 24.7%
     Kubo and the Two Strings — 21.3%
     Zootopia — 14.9%
     Finding Dory — 0.0%

Best Documentary
     O.J.: Made in America — 39.9%
     Cameraperson — 28.1%
     Tower — 22.5%
     13th — 6.1%
     Weiner — 3.4%

Best Editing
     Bret Granato, Maya Mumma, and Ben Sozanski, O.J.: Made in America — 37.6%
     Kim Jae-Bum and Kim Sang-beom, The Handmaiden — 26.1%
     Tom Cross, La La Land — 14.4%
     Joe Walker, Arrival — 13.2%
     Tom Eagles, Yana Gorskaya, and Luke Haigh, Hunt for the Wilderpeople — 8.7%

Best Sound
     Arrival — 43.4%
     The Handmaiden — 22.0%
     The Witch — 16.1%
     Moonlight — 9.4%
     Green Room — 9.1%

Best Score
     Justin Hurwitz, La La Land — 37.4%
     Nicholas Britell, Moonlight — 30.9%
     Jσhann Jσhannsson, Arrival — 14.5%
     Mark Korven, The Witch — 10.4%
     John Carney and Gary Clark, Sing Street — 6.8%

Best Soundtrack
     Sing Street — 37.4%
     Lemonade — 25.2%
     Everybody Wants Some!! — 19.2%
     La La Land — 13.7%
     Hunt for the Wilderpeople — 4.5%

Best Cinematography
     James Laxton, Moonlight — 45.2%
     Chung Chung-hoon, The Handmaiden — 26.4%
     Jarin Blaschke, The Witch — 10.2%
     Linus Sandgren, La La Land — 9.6%
     Bradford Young, Arrival — 8.6%

Best Art Direction
     Ryu Seong-hie,The Handmaiden — 32.1%
     Craig Lathrop and Mary Kirkland, The Witch — 25.2%
     Jess Gonchor and Nancy Haigh, Hail, Caesar! — 18.0%
     Patrice Vermette and Paul Hotte, Arrival — 15.3%
     David Wasco and Sandy Reynolds-Wasco, La La Land — 9.4%

Best Visual Effects
     The Jungle Book — 44.7%
     Arrival — 37.5%
     Rogue One: A Star Wars Story — 10.4%
     Deadpool — 4.9%
     Captain America: Civil War — 2.5%

Best Surprise
     Hunt for the Wilderpeople — 44.4%
     The Invitation — 18.4%
     Deepwater Horizon — 14.4%
     Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping — 12.1%
     The Jungle Book — 10.7%

Best Debut Feature
     The Witch (directed by Roberts Eggers) — 52.4%
     Mustang (directed by Deniz Gamze Ergόven) — 20.1%
     The Fits (directed by Anna Rose Holmer) — 13.1%
     Deadpool (directed by Tim Miller) — 12.2%
     10 Cloverfield Lane (directed by Dan Trachtenberg) — 2.3%

Best Overlooked Film
     The Forbidden Room — 30.7%
     Sunset Song — 21.6%
     Kill Zone 2 — 18.7%
     Long Way North — 15.9%
     The Edge of Seventeen — 13.1%

Best Scene (Dramatic)
     "Drive It Like You Stole It" Video Shoot, Sing Street — 37.0%
     Final Sequence, La La Land — 24.4%
     Could We Have Lunch Sometime?, Manchester by the Sea — 13.9%
     Entering the Ship, Arrival — 12.8%
     The Library, The Handmaiden — 11.9%

Best Scene (Comedic)
     Naked Party, Toni Erdmann — 39.7%
     Mirthless Chuckle, Hail, Caesar! — 19.6%
     "No Dames", Hail, Caesar! — 17.3%
     Opening Credits, Deadpool — 12.6%
     Religious Meeting, Hail, Caesar! — 10.8%

Best Shot
     Walking on the Walls, Arrival — 25.5%
     The Mannequin [Opening], The Neon Demon — 25.0%
     Feet, The Fits — 23.1%
     The Moon, The Witch — 19.1%
     Opening, Hell or High Water — 7.2%

Best Line
     "Would that it twere so simple.", Hail, Caesar! — 28.0%
     "If you encounter any problems, any tensions, and arguing that you cannot resole yourselves, you will be assigned children.
          That usually helps, a lot.", The Lobster — 27.4%
     "If you must blink, do it now.", Kubo and the Two Strings — 24.4%
     "Wouldst thou like to live deliciously?", The Witch — 16.2%
     "But once, I was a f—king jet engine!", Sing Street — 3.9%
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