'The Imitation Game' Wins Best Picture At Capri Hollywood Fest

The 19th annual Capri, Hollywood International Film Festival wrapped today off the Italian coast with an awards ceremony capri-hollywood-2014 logothat saw the Weinstein Company’s The Imitation Game win Best Picture and its Morten Tyldum scooping Best Director. Other honors were scattered among numerous awards-season contenders including Best Actor Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner) and a tie between Jennifer Aniston (Cake) and Amy Adams (Big Eyes) for Best Actress. Birdman and Boyhood also picked up trophies — for the Visionary Award and Family Awards, respectfully — and Disney’s Big Hero 6 drew the Animated Movie of the Year prize.

“This year, Capri, Hollywood was able to present the best of this cinematic season, many of which are contenders for year-end honors including the Golden Globes, the BAFTAs and the Academy Awards. thanks to a number of the world’s ‘majors’ that trust our work and are willing to premiere their movies at our festival,” said festival producer Pascal Vicedomini.

Here is the complete list of Capri, Hollywood winners:

Best Picture
The Imitation Game

Best Actor
Timothy Spall, Mr. Turner

Best Actress
(tie) Jennifer Aniston, Cake
Amy Adams, Big Eyes

Best Director
Morten Tyldum, The Imitation Game

Visionary Award
Birdman

Family Award
Boyhood

Animated Movie of the Year
Big Hero 6

Best Foreign Film
Ida (Poland)

Rising Stars
Ellar Coltrane (Boyhood)
Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Beyond The Lights)

Breakout Actors
Ryan Gage (The Hobbit)
Eline Powell (Quartet)

Cult Awards
Luca Zingaretti
Nastassja Kinsky

Mediterranean Awards
Marco D’Amore (Gomorra)
Moran Atias (Third Person)

European Film of the Year
Human Capital

Best European Movie
L’arte della felicità

Educational Award
Anita B.

The Italian American Icon Award
David O. Russell

Lifetime Achievement Award
Brenda Blethyn

The Capri Legend Award
Francesco De Gregori

 

  1. This is the most fraudulent award season I’ve ever witnessed. It definitively proves it’s all a sham. Total JOKE.

  2. Movie is good, but I am surprised DH bothers to report about a festival (CapriHollywood) that gave a lifetime achievement to Lindsay Lohan. I don’t get it.

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