Year-In-Review: 2011 Davis’ Film Award Winners

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Year-In-Review week ends with the naming of the winners of the 2011 Davis’ Film Awards. It was fantastic sharing this year with all of you so check out the winners, and make sure to include your own choices in the comment section.

Best Motion Picture – “The Artist”

  • Runner Up: “The Help”

Best Achievement in Directing – Nicolas Winding Refn for “Drive”

  • Runner Up: Michel Hazanavicius for “The Artist”

Best Actor in a Leading Role – Michael Fassbender for “Shame”

  • Runner Up: Jean Dujardin for “The Artist”

Best Actress in a Leading Role – Viola Davis for “The Help”

  • Runner Up: Juliette Binoche for “Certified Copy”

Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Brad Pitt for “The Tree of Life”

  • Runner Up: George Clooney for “The Ides of March”

Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Berenice Bejo for “The Artist”

  • Runner Up: Melissa McCarthy for “Bridesmaids”

Best Original Screenplay – Michel Hazanavicius for “The Artist”

  • Runner Up: Steve McQueen & Abi Morgan for “Shame”

Best Adapted Screenplay – George Clooney & Grant Heslov for “The Ides of March”

  • Runner Up: Hossein Amini for “Drive”

Best Performance by a Cast Ensemble – The Cast of “The Help”

  • Runner Up: The Cast of “Bridesmaids”

Best Original Score – Alexandre Desplat for “The Tree of Life”

  • Cliff Martinez for “Drive”

Best Achievement in Film Editing – Guillame Schiffman for “The Artist”

  • Matthew Newman for “Drive”

Best Achievement in Cinematography – Emmanuel Lubezski for “The Tree of Life”

  • Runner Up: Robert Richardson for “Hugo”

Best Achievement in Costume Design – Mark Bridges for “The Artist”

  • Runner Up: Sandy Powell for “Hugo”

Best Achievement in Art Direction – Dante Ferretti, Dorothée Baussan, Francesca Lo Schiavo for “Hugo”

  • Runner Up: Laurence Bennett for “The Artist”

Best Achievement in Sound – “Hugo”

  • Runner Up: “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”

Best Song From/Used in a Motion Picture – “A Real Hero” from “Drive”

  • Runner Up: “Man or Muppet” from “The Muppets”

Best Animated Feature – “Arthur Christmas”

  • Runner Up: “Winnie the Pooh”