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Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film Awards 1995-2011

by Nelson
Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film Awards 1995-2011 by Nelson
Having the most audacious film organisation name ever imagined, Chlotrudis is mostly a non-profit organization that teaches people to view films actively, helps people experience the world through independent film, and encourages discussion and discourse about film and the world. The organisation has the mission to honor and support independent and foreign films and their audiences. By distinguishing creative, quality films, the Chlotrudis Society seeks to encourage moviegoers to seek out and support non-mainstream film, to educate audiences on viewing films actively, and to encourage discussion and exchange between those interested in… Read more

Having the most audacious film organisation name ever imagined, Chlotrudis is mostly a non-profit organization that teaches people to view films actively, helps people experience the world through independent film, and encourages discussion and discourse about film and the world.
The organisation has the mission to honor and support independent and foreign films and their audiences. By distinguishing creative, quality films, the Chlotrudis Society seeks to encourage moviegoers to seek out and support non-mainstream film, to educate audiences on viewing films actively, and to encourage discussion and exchange between those interested in independent film.

Based on member’s participation and donations, the Boston based society organises, among many other activities, an annual ceremony during wich the best of the previous year’s independent and international films are honored.

Here are the palmares from the annual awards ceremonie taking place every year since 1995!

2011

Best MovieWinter’s Bone
Best Director – Debra Granik for Winter’s Bone
Best DocumentaryMarwencol
Actor – Ryan Gosling for Blue Valentine and Philip Seymour Hoffman for Jack Goes Boating
Actress – Kim Hye-ja for Mother
Supporting Actor – Geoffrey Rush for The King’s Speech
Supporting Actress – Jacki Weaver for Animal Kingdom
Performance by an Ensemble CastThe Kids Are All Right
Cinematography – Michael McDonough for Winter’s Bone
Adapted Screenplay – Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini for Winter’s Bone
Original Screenplay – Park Eun-kyo and Bong Joon-ho for Mother
Production DesignI Am Love
Buried TreasureDogtooth

2010

Best MovieThe Hurt Locker
Best Director – “Hirokazu Koreeda” for Still Walking
Best DocumentaryThe Beaches of Agnes and Herb & Dorothy
Actor – Colin Firth for A Single Man
Actress – Gabourey Sidibde for Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire
Supporting Actor – Peter Capaldi for In the Loop
Supporting Actress – Mo’Nique for Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire
Performance by an Ensemble CastIn the Loop
Cinematography – Christian Berger for The White Ribbon
Adapted Screenplay – Gregory Fletcher for Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire
Original Screenplay – Armando Iannucci; Harold P. Mannig; Ian Martin; Jesse Armstrong; Simon Blackwell; Tony Roche for In the Loop
Production DesignA Single Man
Buried TreasureBronson

2009

Best MovieThe Edge of Heaven
Best Director – Mike Leigh for Happy Go Lucky and Guy Maddin for My Winnipeg
Best DocumentaryMan On Wire
Actor – Richard Jenkins for The Visitor
Actress – Kristin Scott Thomas for I’ve Loved You So Long
Supporting Actor – Eddie Marsan for Happy Go Lucky
Supporting Actress – Elsa Zylberstein for I’ve Loved You So Long
Performance by an Ensemble Cast – Monkey Warfare
CinematographyLet the Right One In
Adapted ScreenplayLet the Right One In
Original Screenplay4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days
Buried TreasureThe Order of Myths

2008

Best MovieOnce
Best Director – Paul Thomas Anderson for There Will Be Blood
Best DocumentaryProtagonists
Actor – Daniel Day-Lewis for There Will Be Blood
Actress – Kate Dickie for Red Road
Supporting Actor – Paul Dano for There Will Be Blood
Supporting Actress – Cate Blanchett for I’m Not There
Performance by an Ensemble CastWaitress
Adapted Screenplay – Sarah Polley for Away From Her
Original Screenplay – Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck for The Lives of Others
Buried Treasure12:08 East of Bucharest

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