BEST FEATURE

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BEST FIRST FEATURE

1) “Sorry To Bother You”
2) “Wildlife”
3) “The Tale”
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JOHN CASSAVETES AWARD

1) “En El Séptimo Día”
2) “Never Goin’ Back”
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BEST DIRECTOR

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BEST FEMALE LEAD

1) Helena Howard – “Madeline’s Madeline”
2) Carey Mulligan – “Wildlife”
3) Regina Hall – “Support The Girls”
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BEST MALE LEAD

1) Daveed Diggs – “Blindspotting”
2) John Cho – “Searching”
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BEST SUPPORTING FEMALE

1) J. Smith-Cameron – “Nancy”
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BEST SUPPORTING MALE

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BEST SCREENPLAY

1) Boots Riley – “Sorry To Bother You”
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BEST FIRST SCREENPLAY

1) Christina Choe – “Nancy”
2) Quinn Shephard (Writer/Story By) and Laurie Shephard (Story By) – “Blame”
3) Jennifer Fox – “The Tale”
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BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

1) Diego Garcia – “Wildlife”
2) Ashley Connor – “Madeline’s Madeline”
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BEST EDITING

1) Nick Houy – “Mid90s”
2) Anne Fabini, Alex Hall and Gary Levy – “The Tale”
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BEST DOCUMENTARY

1) “Minding The Gap”
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BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM

1) “The Favourite” (United Kingdom)
2) “Happy As Lazzaro” (Italy)
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