Sunday, February 27, 2011

bloggers' choice awards 2010: the WINNERS

Well the polls have closed, and with the Academy Awards arriving in just a few hours, it seems only fitting we slide in with the Bloggers' Choice Awards winners before the blessed event.  After a mock-Academy ballot procedure to settle on nominees and a couple weeks of voting for winners, we have our finalized list of honorees.  While Black Swan led the win count with eight trophies, The Social Network's second-place finish with five included the top honor...

Best Picture
The Social Network - **WINNER**

Best Director
David Fincher (The Social Network) - **WINNER**

Best Lead Actress
Natalie Portman (Black Swan) - **WINNER**

Best Lead Actor
Ryan Gosling (Blue Valentine) - **WINNER**

Best Supporting Actress
Mila Kunis (Black Swan) - **WINNER**

Best Supporting Actor
Andrew Garfield (The Social Network) - **WINNER**

Best Adapted Screenplay
Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network) - **WINNER**

Best Original Screenplay
L. Cholodenko & S. Blumberg (The Kids Are All Right) - **WINNER**

Best Cinematography
Black Swan - **WINNER**

Best Art Direction
Black Swan - **WINNER**

Best Makeup
Black Swan - **WINNER**

Best Original Score
The Social Network - **WINNER**

Best Costume Design
Black Swan - **WINNER**

Best Original Song
"You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" (Burlesque) - **WINNER**

Best Foreign Language Film
I Am Love - **WINNER**

Best Animated Feature
Toy Story 3 - **WINNER**

Best Documentary Feature
Exit Through the Gift Shop - **WINNER**

Best Visual Effects
Inception - **WINNER**

Best Sound Mixing
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World - **WINNER**

Best Sound Editing
Black Swan - **WINNER**

Best Film Editing
Black Swan - **WINNER**


TomS said...

This was SO COOL! I loved this, and think that we should create our own Guild! Thanks! (Yea Black Swan!!)

Andrew K. said...

Mila Kunis? People, seriously?

But yes, this was fun: and I'm all for Tom's Guild suggestion.

Luke said...

Yes, Black Swan tended to dominate both nominations and wins - sort of as I suspected considering we're dealing with a bunch of artsy film bloggers... :)

And as per your suggestion, I've already begun mulling ideas around in my mind for this guild! Anyone who's interested should throw ideas my way. I'm looking into how to organize such a thing. Stay tuned!