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The Nevada Film Critics Society's 2014 Awards for Achievement in Film

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'Gone Girl' Tops 2014 Nevada Film Critics Society Awards


The mesmerizing, mystery thriller, Gone Girl, about a man whose wife has gone missing and the subsequent suspicions that point to him, was named Best Film of 2014 by The Nevada Film Critics Society. The movie also garnered Rosamund Pike the award for Best Actress.  In other major categories, the chilling crime thriller, Nightcrawler received three awards.  Jake Gyllenhaal was chosen Best Actor and Dan Gilroy won for Best Director and Best Screenplay.

JK Simmons beat out his competition as Best Supporting Actor and Jessica Chastain and Patricia Arquette tied for Best Supporting Actress.  Best Cinematography and Best Visual Effects went to Christopher Nolan's sci-fi fantasy adventure Interstellar.

Below is the complete list of winners in each category:

Best Film - 'Gone Girl'

Best Actor - Jake Gyllenhaal 'Nightcrawler'

Best Actress - Rosamund Pike 'Gone Girl'
Best Supporting Actor - JK Simmons 'Whiplash'
Best Supporting Actress - Tie - Jessica Chastain for 'A Most Violent Year' and Patricia Arquette for 'Boyhood' 

Best Youth Performance - Ellar Coltrane 'Boyhood'

Best Director - Dan Gilroy 'Nightcrawler'
Best Screenplay - Dan Gilroy 'Nightcrawler'

Best Ensemble Cast - 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

Best Documentary - 'Citizenfour'
Best Animated Movie - 'Big Hero 6'
Best Production Design - Adam Stockhausen - 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

Best Cinematography - Hoyte van hoytema - 'Interstellar'

Best Visual Effects - 'Interstellar'


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