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The Voice Film Poll: 'Llewyn Davis,' '12 Years a Slave,' 'Before Midnight' Win Big

Photo of Sam Adams By Sam Adams | Criticwire December 18, 2013 at 12:40PM

Acting honors went to Oscar Isaac, Adele Exarchopoulos, Lupita N'yongo and James Franco.
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Inside Llewyn Davis

The results of the Village Voice's annual film poll are up, and following what's clearly becoming a trend, Inside Llewyn Davis won the top prize, with Her in second and 12 Years a Slave in third place. 12 Years Steve McQueen took best director, and acting honors were spread around, with Llewyn Davis' Oscar Isaac and Blue Is the Warmest Color's Adele Exarchopoulos winning for lead, 12 Years' Lupita N'yongo and Spring Breakers' James Franco for supporting. Best Screenplay went to Before Midnight. More as we sort through the results, but for now, here are the winners:

Best FilmInside Llewyn Davis

Best Director: Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave

Best ScreenplayBefore Midnight

Best Actor: Oscar Isaac, Inside Llewyn Davis

Best Actress: Adele Exarchopoulos, Blue Is the Warmest Color

Best Supporting Actress: Lupita N'yongo, 12 Years a Slave

Best Supporting Actor: James Franco, Spring Breakers

Best DocumentaryThe Act of Killing

Best Animated FeatureThe Wind Rises

Best First FeatureFruitvale Station

Worst FilmOnly God Forgives

This article is related to: Best of 2013


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