Utah Film Critics Association: 2011 Awards

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Utah Film Critics Association: 2011 Awards

Best Picture
Drive 

Best Achievement in Directing
Michael Hazanavicius, The Artist 

Best Lead Performance by an Actor
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: 50/50

Best Lead Performance by an Actress
Michelle Williams, My Week With Marilyn 

Best Supporting Performance by an Actor
Albert Brooks, Drive

Best Supporting Performance by an Actress
Amy Ryan, Win Win

Best Screenplay: Original
50/50

Best Screenplay: Adapted
The Descendants

Best Animated Feature
Rango

Best Non-English Language Feature
A Separation

Best Documentary
Senna

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Does it tell you you’re here at San Vicente, close to Sunset Boulevard?

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But what does Pokémon do at this corner here?

“To make work out of your own imagination is an invitation to a lot of unforgiving hard slog, failure, satisfaction which doesn’t last long, more failure, discontent, maybe a prize, a bit more satisfaction, self doubt, dissatisfaction, lots more hard work and so on and so on. But anyone who’s persisted and written something and got to the end and even better had it published or performed learns quickly that the hard slog, the frustrations, the blind alleys and dead ends and scenes that don’t work and great ideas that turn to dust are in fact a big part of the work. The reward for the agony is not the ecstasy of Chuck Heston finishing the Sistine Chapel but still more agony that might also include some kind of not pleasure exactly, maybe a brief, terrible joy.”
~ Australian playwright Michael Gow

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