Andrew Dignan 2011

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Andrew Dignan is a filmmaker, occasional critic and frequent tweeter living in Los Angeles. His name can sometimes be found buried in the end credits of not terribly successful films, often with some variation on the word “assistant” listed next to it. He aspires to someday make his parents proud and pay off a rather sizable debt by writing and producing his own feature films. For the time being he will settle for making rent by running errands for people as long as he can live in a place where it’s in the mid-70s in February. Andrew’s drive-by reviews and random complaints can be read at his Twitter account. Should he ever write anything longer than 140-characters-long again, you’ll be the first to know.

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Best Feature-Length Film
1. DRIVE
2. SHAME
3. CARNAGE
4. WARRIOR
5. THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN
6. BEGINNERS
7. MONEYBALL
8. A SEPARATION
9. MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE
10. HANNA

Best Lead Performance, Male
1. Tom Hardy, WARRIOR
2. Ryan Gosling, DRIVE
3. Brendan Gleeson, THE GUARD
4. Peyman Moaadi, A SEPARATION
5. Brad Pitt, MONEYBALL

Best Lead Performance, Female
1. Elizabeth Olsen, MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE
2. Charlize Theron, YOUNG ADULT
3. Saoirse Ronan, HANNA
4. Juliette Binoche, CERTIFIED COPY
5. Anna Paquin, MARGARET

Best Supporting Performance, Male
1. John C. Reilly, TERRI
2. Albert Brooks, DRIVE
3. Christoph Waltz, CARNAGE
4. Corey Stoll, MIDNIGHT IN PARIS
5. Nick Nolte, WARRIOR

Best Supporting Performance, Female 
1. Jessica Chastain, TAKE SHELTER
2. J. Smith-Cameron, MARGARET
3. Jessie Wiseman, BELLFLOWER
4. Melissa McCarthy, BRIDESMAIDS
5. Kate Winslet, CARNAGE

Best Direction 
1. Nicolas Winding Refn, DRIVE
2. Steven Spielberg, THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN
3. Steve McQueen, SHAME
4. Roman Polanski, CARNAGE
5. Mike Mills, BEGINNERS

Best Screenplay 
1. MONEYBALL
2. BEGINNERS
3. THE GUARD
4. A SEPARATION
5. DRIVE

Best Cinematography 
1. DRIVE
2. THE SKIN I LIVE IN
3. TREE OF LIFE
4. BELLFLOWER
5. SHAME

Best Editing
1. DRIVE
2. HANNA
3. MONEYBALL
4. MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE
5. WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN

Best Music 
1. DRIVE
2. ATTACK THE BLOCK
3. HANNA
4. CONTAGION
5. MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – GHOST PROTOCOL

Best Cinematic Moment 
1. Chasing the falcon through Bagghar, THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN
2. Dueling Michael Caines, THE TRIP
3. Mannequin decoy, RUBBER
4. The elevator, DRIVE
5. Container park, HANNA
6. Ethan climbs Burj Khalifa, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – GHOST PROTOCOL
7. “Element of no reason” monologue, RUBBER
8. Prologue, MELANCHOLIA
9. Escaping Jerry’s house & stepping into the sunlight, FRIGHT NIGHT
10. A bloody cab ride, I SAW THE DEVIL

Best Cinematic Breakthrough 
1. Elizabeth Olsen
2. Evan Glodell
3. John Michael McDonagh
4. Quentin Dupieux
5. Joe Cornish

Best Body of Work 
1. John C. Reilly, TERRI/CARNAGE/CEDAR RAPIDS/WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN
2. Cliff Martinez, DRIVE/CONTAGION
3. Ryan Gosling, DRIVE/THE IDES OF MARCH/CRAZY STUPID LOVE
4. Steven Spielberg, THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN/WAR HORSE
5. Andy Serkis, RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES/THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN

Best Ensemble Performance
1. WARRIOR
2. DRIVE
3. CARNAGE
4. MONEYBALL
5. MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

Best Web-Based Criticism 

10th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 2001
1. THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING
2. THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS
3. GHOST WORLD
4. Y TU MAMA TAMBIEN
5. MONSTERS, INC.

25th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 1986
1. TAMPOPO 
2. ALIENS
3. MANHUNTER
4. THE FLY
5. SALVADOR

50th Anniversary Award, Best Feature Film 1961
1. THE HUSTLER
2. YOJIMBO
3. ONE, TWO, THREE
4. THE GUNS OF NAVARONE
5. ONE-EYED JACKS

Special Award: Best Film of the 1990s
1. GOODFELLAS
2. SE7EN
3. OUT OF SIGHT
4. ED WOOD
5. TOY STORY
6. SCHINDLER’S LIST
7. THE BIG LEBOWSKI
8. UNFORGIVEN
9. HEAT
10. JACKIE BROWN

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