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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Wins Best Picture of 2015 From Online Film Critics Society

Mad Max: Fury Road” won the big prize from the Online Film Critics Society’s 19th annual awards, taking home the award for best picture of 2015.

Carol” also came out as a big winner in the awards, announced on Sunday. The drama won three prizes: best actress for Cate Blanchett, supporting actress for Rooney Mara and best adapted screenplay.

Other awards went to “Inside Out” for best animated feature, and “The Look of Silence” won the top documentary prize. Michael Fassbender’s performance as the late Apple co-founder in “Steve Jobs” won him best actor, while Oscar Isaac was named best supporting actor for his work in “Ex Machina.”

See the full list of winners below.

Best Picture:
Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Animated Feature:
Inside Out

Best Film Not in the English Language:
The Assassin (Taiwan)

Best Documentary:
The Look of Silence

Best Director:
George Miller (Mad Max: Fury Road)

Best Actor:
Michael Fassbender (Steve Jobs)

Best Actress:
Cate Blanchett (Carol)

Best Supporting Actor:
Oscar Isaac (Ex Machina)

Best Supporting Actress:
Rooney Mara (Carol)

Best Original Screenplay:
Spotlight (Josh Singer, Tom McCarthy)

Best Adapted Screenplay:
Carol (Phyllis Nagy)

Best Editing:
Mad Max: Fury Road (Margaret Sixel)

Best Cinematography:
Mad Max: Fury Road (John Seale)

Non-U.S. Films (Alphabetical Order):
Aferim!
Cemetery of Splendor
The Club
Dheepan
The Lobster
Mountains May Depart
Mia Madre
Rams
Right Now, Wrong Then
The Sunset Song

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