The 2011 JohnJamesDAmico Awards

These are the nominees for the first ever JohnJamesDAmico Awards. The winners are in bold.

• Best Picture: The Artist, Beginners, Cedar Rapids, Drive, The Ides of March, Midnight in Paris, The Muppets, Super 8, Source Code, The Skin I Live In

• Best Director: JJ Abrams-Super 8, Pedro Almodovar-The Skin I Live In, Michael Hazanavicius-The Artist, Mike Mills-Beginners, Nicholas Winding Refn-Drive

• Best Actor: Jean Dujardin-The Artist, Ryan Gosling-Drive, Ryan Gosling-The Ides of March, Jake Gyllenhaal-Source Code, Owen Wilson-Midnight in Paris

• Best Actress: Viola Davis-The Help, Britt Marling-Another Earth, Michelle Monaghan-Source Code, Amy Ryan-Win Win, Emma Stone-The Help

• Best Supporting Actor: Albert Brooks-Drive, Bryan Cranston-Drive, Jonah Hill-Moneyball, John Lithgow-Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Michael Parks-Red State

• Best Supporting Actress: Berenice Bejo-The Artist, Jessica Chastain-Take Shelter, Anne Heche-Cedar Rapids, Elle Fanning-Super 8, Ellen Page-Super

• Best Original Screenplay: Woody Allen-Midnight in Paris, JJ Abrams-Super 8, Michael Hazanavicius-The Artist, Phil Johnston-Cedar Rapids, Mike Mills-Beginners

• Best Adapted Screenplay: Pedro Almodovar-The Skin I Live In, Hossein Amini-Drive, Alexander Payne and Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, Jason Segal and Nicholas Stoller-The Muppets, Steve Zailan and Aaron Sorkin-Moneyball

By: John D’Amico

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3 Comments on “The 2011 JohnJamesDAmico Awards”

  1. thatfellow Says:

    Love the inclusion of Cedar Rapids. It’s a very underrated film from 2011.

  2. wordschat Says:

    We do have similar tastes. Excellent choices. I just put up the Midnight in Paris poster in my living room.


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