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Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2014

The 35th edition of the Boston Society of Film Critics Awards of the Boston Society Of Film Critics (BSFC) was held on December 07, 2014 in Boston city, United States, awarding the best films of the year 2014.

 

The movie with the most nominations at the Boston Society of Film Critics 2014 was Boyhood with 5 nominations and The film that won the most awards was Birdman, winning 4 of the 4 nominations.

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To below is the complete list of the nominees and winners of the Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2014.

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What was the movie that won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Picture 2014?

The winning film of the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Picture 2014 was Boyhood

Best Picture

Who won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Director in 2014?

The director who won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Director in 2014 was Richard Linklater, for the film Boyhood

Best Director

Who won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Leading Actor in 2014?

The actor who won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Leading Actor in 2014 was Michael Keaton, for the movie Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Best Leading Actor

Who won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Leading Actress in 2014?

The actress who won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Leading Actress in 2014 was Marion Cotillard, for the movie The Immigrant

Best Leading Actress

Who won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Supporting Actor in 2014?

The actor who won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Supporting Actor in 2014 was J.K. Simmons, for the movie Whiplash

Best Supporting Actor

Who won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Supporting Actress in 2014?

The actress who won the Boston Society of Film Critics for Best Supporting Actress in 2014 was Emma Stone, for the movie Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Best Supporting Actress

Best Film Not in the English Language:

Best Screenplay

Best Cinematography

Best Film Editing

Best New Director

Best Ensemble Performance

Best Animated Feature Film

Best Documentary

General summary of nominations and awards (Films)

Film Nominations Awards  
Boyhood 5 4
Birdman 4 4
Two Days, One Night 2 1
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