The Commercial Appeal - Go Memphis - - MOVIE LISTINGS -

Here is the full list of SEFCA win­ners. All movies have played in Mem­phis or are still here un­less oth­er­wise noted.

TOP 10

1. “Spot­light” 2. “Mad Max: Fury Road” 3. “Room” 4. “Brook­lyn” 5. “Carol” (played at the In­die Mem­phis Film Fes­ti­val, be­gins its reg­u­lar run Christ­mas Day) 6. “The Big Short” (opens Wed­nes­day) 7. “The Mar­tian” 8. “In­side Out” 9. “Bridge of Spies” 10. “Trumbo” BEST AC­TOR Win­ner: Bryan Cranston, “Trumbo” Run­ner-up: Michael Fass­ben­der, “Steve Jobs” BEST AC­TRESS Win­ner: Brie Lar­son, “Room” Run­ner-up: Saoirse Ro­nan, “Brook­lyn” BEST SUP­PORT­ING AC­TOR Win­ner: Sylvester Stallone, “Creed” Run­ner-up: Mark Ry­lance, “Bridge of Spies” BEST SUP­PORT­ING AC­TRESS Win­ner: Ali­cia Vikan­der, “Ex Machina” Run­ner-up: Kate Winslet, “Steve Jobs” BEST ENSEM­BLE Win­ner: “Spot­light” Run­ner-up: “The Big Short” (opens Wed­nes­day) BEST DI­REC­TOR Win­ner: Ge­orge Miller, “Mad Max: Fury Road” Run­ner-up: Tom McCarthy, “Spot­light” BEST ORIG­I­NAL SCREEN­PLAY Win­ner: Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer for “Spot­light” Run­ner-up: Bob Petersen, Pete Doc­ter for “In­side Out” BEST ADAPTED SCREEN­PLAY Win­ner: Emma Donoghue for “Room” Run­ner-up: Charles Ran­dolph and Adam McKay for “The Big Short” (opens Wed­nes­day) BEST DOC­U­MEN­TARY Win­ner: “Amy” Run­ner-up: “Best of En­e­mies” FOR­EIGN LAN­GUAGE Win­ner: “Son of Saul” (no Mem­phis date yet) Run­ner-up: “The As­sas­sin” (no Mem­phis date yet) BEST AN­I­MATED FILM Win­ner: “In­side Out” Run­ner-up: “Ano­ma­l­isa” (played at In­die Mem­phis) BEST CIN­E­MATOG­RA­PHY Win­ner: John Seale for “Mad Max: Fury Road” Run­ner-up: Luca Bigazzi for “Youth” (opens Christ­mas Day)


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