Independent Spirit Awards: The Complete Winners List (Updating Live)

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“Get Out” emerged as the big winner of the 2018 Independent Spirit Awards, held Saturday on the beach in Santa Monica, Ca.

Jordan Peele’s racially charged thriller — which captivated the country and became an unlikely indie blockbuster — took Best Feature at the annual show put up by Film Independent. Peele also took Best Director.

Top acting prizes went to Frances McDormand for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and Timothee Chalamet for “Call Me by Your Name.” Best Supporting Male went to Sam Rockwell for “Three Billboards,” and Best Supporting Female went to Allison Janney of “I, Tonya.” That makes it a virtual clean sweep for the latter two actors on the eve of the Academy Awards.

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Greta Gerwig won Best Screenplay for her coming-of-age darling “Lady Bird,” while Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani took Best First Screenplay for their autobiographical comedy “The Big Sick.”

Notable below-the-line prizes went to Tatiana S. Riegel, who took Best Editing for
“I, Tonya.”  Sayombhu Mukdeeprom, director of photography on “Call Me by Your Name,” won Best Cinematography.

Comedians Nick Kroll and John Mulaney (“Big Mouth,” “Oh, Hello”) returned to host the ceremony, an annual splashy gathering of Hollywood stars and indie film luminaries willing to brave the natural lighting of  a rare daytime awards show.

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The complete winners list:

BEST FEATURE
“Call Me by Your Name”
“The Florida Project”
“Get Out” *WINNER
“Lady Bird”
“The Rider”

BEST FIRST FEATURE
“Columbus”
“Ingrid Goes West,” Director Matt Spicer *WINNER 
“Menashe”
“Oh Lucy!”
“Patti Cake$”

JOHN CASSAVETES AWARD – Given to the best feature made for under $500,000. (Award given to the writer, director and producer. Executive Producers are not awarded.)
“Dayveon”
“A Ghost Story”
“Life and nothing more” *WINNER
“Most Beautiful Island”
“The Transfiguration”

BEST DIRECTOR
Sean Baker, “The Florida Project”
Jonas Carpignano, “A Ciambra”
Luca Guadagnino, “Call Me by Your Name”
Jordan Peele, “Get Out” *WINNER
Benny Safdie, Josh Safdie, “Good Time”
Chloé Zhao, “The Rider”

BEST SCREENPLAY
Greta Gerwig, “Lady Bird” *WINNER
Azazel Jacobs, “The Lovers”
Martin McDonagh, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”
Jordan Peele, “Get Out”
Mike White, “Beatriz at Dinner”

BEST FIRST SCREENPLAY
Kris Avedisian, Kyle Espeleta, Jesse Wakeman, “Donald Cried”
Emily V. Gordon, Kumail Nanjiani, “The Big Sick” *WINNER
Ingrid Jungermann, “Women Who Kill”
Kogonada, “Columbus”
David Branson Smith, Matt Spicer, “Ingrid Goes West”

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Thimios Bakatakis, “The Killing of a Sacred Deer”
Elisha Christian, “Columbus”
Hélène Louvart, “Beach Rats”
Sayombhu Mukdeeprom, “Call Me by Your Name” *WINNER
Joshua James Richards, “The Rider”

BEST EDITING
Ronald Bronstein, Benny Safdie, “Good Time”
Walter Fasano, “Call Me by Your Name”
Alex O’Flinn, “The Rider”
Gregory Plotkin, “Get Out”
Tatiana S. Riegel, “I, Tonya” *WINNER

BEST FEMALE LEAD
Salma Hayek, “Beatriz at Dinner”
Frances McDormand, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” *WINNER
Margot Robbie, “I, Tonya”
Saoirse Ronan, “Lady Bird”
Shinobu Terajima, “Oh Lucy!”
Regina Williams, “Life and nothing more”

BEST MALE LEAD
Timothée Chalamet, “Call Me by Your Name” *WINNER
Harris Dickinson, “Beach Rats”
James Franco, “The Disaster Artist”
Daniel Kaluuya, “Get Out”
Robert Pattinson, “Good Time”

BEST SUPPORTING FEMALE
Holly Hunter, “The Big Sick”
Allison Janney, “I, Tonya” *WINNER
Laurie Metcalf, “Lady Bird”
Lois Smith, “Marjorie Prime”
Taliah Lennice Webster, “Good Time”

BEST SUPPORTING MALE
Nnamdi Asomugha, “Crown Heights”
Armie Hammer, “Call Me by Your Name”
Barry Keoghan, “The Killing of a Sacred Deer”
Sam Rockwell, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” *WINNER
Benny Safdie, “Good Time”

ROBERT ALTMAN AWARD – Given to one film’s director, casting director and ensemble cast

“Mudbound”
Director: Dee Rees
Casting Directors: Billy Hopkins, Ashley Ingram
Ensemble Cast: Jonathan Banks, Mary J. Blige, Jason Clarke, Garrett Hedlund, Jason Mitchell, Rob Morgan, Carey Mulligan

BEST DOCUMENTARY
“The Departure”
“Faces Places” *WINNER
“Last Men in Aleppo”
“Motherland”
“Quest”

BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM
“BPM (Beats Per Minute)”
“A Fantastic Woman” *WINNER
“I Am Not a Witch”
“Lady Macbeth”
“Loveless”

BONNIE AWARD
Chloé Zhao *WINNER

 

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’48 Hrs’ Remake In The Works At Paramount Players

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Paramount Players is mounting a remake to the 1982 film, 48 Hrs, with Good Time sibling filmmaking team Benny Safdie and Josh Safdie along with The Carmichael Show creator and star Jerrod Carmichael and Ronald Bronstein, both on board to co-write the screenplay with Josh.
The Walter Hill-directed original starred Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte as a convict and cop, respectively, duo who have 48 hours to catch two cop killers. The pic was critically lauded and helped launch…

Cannes 2017: 14 Directors to Watch, From Bong Joon Ho to Todd Haynes (Exclusive Photos)

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“It’s the thing you always dream of, to one time be in Cannes,” director Maren Ade
told TheWrap at last year’s festival. “When you’re standing in the rain making a
film in your sweaty T-shirt, and you didn’t get the shot,’ you walk home thinking,
‘I’ll never be in Cannes.’ But then maybe you shoot a scene that you think is good,
and you start thinking, ‘Well, maybe…’”
Ade got in last year with Toni Erdmann, and she’s back this year as a member of the jury
to look at the work of other directors whose Cannes dreams are now a reality. For our
fourth annual Cannes Directors Portfolio, TheWrap caught up with a cross-section of those
filmmakers. More than dozen directors are included, shot in five countries and representing
five different programs in the Cannes lineup. And we’re just scratching the surface of a
festival that has more than 60 feature-film directors in the official selection and another
two dozen in the Directors’ Fortnight and International Critics’ Week sidebars.
This may be old hat to some of them (Todd Haynes, Michel Hazanavicius, Yorgos
Lanthimos, Andrey Zvyagintsev and Bong Joon Ho have all been here in the past couple of
years), but you’ll never convince us that they don’t still thrill at walking up the red-carpeted
stairs that lead into the Palais des Festivals.
–STEVE POND

Sean Baker, “The Florida Project”

Photographed by Jayne Wexler.

Josh and Benny Safdie, “Good Time”

Photographed by Shayan Asgharnia

Taylor Sheridan, “Wind River”

Photographed by Emerson Miller.

Bong Joon Ho, “Okja”

Andrey Zvyagintsev, “Loveless”

Taylor Sheridan, “Wind River”

Noah Baumbach, “The Meyerowitz Stories”

Photographed by Greta Gerwig.

Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power”

Photographed by Derek Yarra

Todd Haynes, “Wonderstruck.”

Michel Hazanavicius, “Redoubtable”

Photographed by Julien Lienard

John Cameron Mitchell, “How to Talk to Girls at Parties”

Photographed by Megan Mack.

Eugene Jarecki, “Promise Land”

Photographed by Susan Norget

Yorgos Lanthimos, “The Killing of a Sacred Deer”

Photographed by Atsushi Nishijima.

 

A24, Jonah Hill, Scott Rudin, Martin Scorsese & Safdie Brothers Team For ‘Uncut Gems’ – Cannes

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EXCLUSIVE: A24 has secured worldwide rights to Uncut Gems, a thriller that will be the next film from directors Josh and Benny Safdie. Jonah Hill is set to star, and Scott Rudin and Eli Bush of Scott Rudin Productions are producing with Sebastian Bear-McClard and Oscar Boyson from Elara Pictures. Martin Scorsese and Emma Tillinger Koskoff will be executive producers.
A24 is at Cannes for the Safdies’ new film, Good Time, the New York-based crime thriller that stars Robert…

Robert Pattinson’s ‘Good Time’ Acquired by A24

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A24 has acquired the North American rights to Robert Pattinson’s “Good Time,” TheWrap has learned.

In the crime caper, Pattinson plays a bankrobber named Connie who is trying to evade the police as they close in on him.

Sebastian Bear-McClard of Elara Pictures produced ‘Good Time,” while Josh Safdie and Ronald Bronstein wrote the script and Josh and Benny Safdie directed.

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Bear-McClard, Bronstein and the Safdies previously collaborated on the film “Heaven Knows What,” a hybrid picture that blends documentary and narrative. It features Arielle Holmes, a kid the filmmaker brothers met on the subway, playing a fictionalized version of herself. The film is currently in theaters.

Since starring in the “Twilight” franchise, Pattinson has focused largely on indie roles. He starred alongside Guy Pearce in the post-apocalyptic film “The Rover” in 2014. He also appeared in David Cronenberg‘s bizarre look at the entertainment industry, “Maps to the Stars,” in February 2015.

A24 is currently generating Oscar buzz for “Moonlight,” a coming of age drama from Barry Jenkins. Upcoming releases include “20th Century Women” with Annette Bening, “Trespass Against Us” with Michael Fassbender, and “Free Fire” with Brie Larson.

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WME handled the film’s domestic sales rights.

The sale took place in advance of next month’s American Film Market.

Variety first reported the news of the acquisition.

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