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‘Gravity,’ ‘Her’ tie for LA Film Critics top honor

‘Gravity,’ ‘Her’ tie for LA Film Critics top honor

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Published : 2013-12-09 19:28
Updated : 2013-12-09 19:28

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association split between the space odyssey “Gravity” and the futuristic romance “Her,” lending no more certainty to an awards season that’s so far been full of contenders.

The two films shared best picture in the awards announced Sunday by the Los Angeles critics, but “Gravity” was the top award-winner. The innovatively made, lost-in-space drama won for best director (Alfonso Cuaron), best editing (Cuaron and Mark Sanger) and best cinematography (Emmanuel Lubezki).

“Her,” which is about a man (Joaquin Phoenix) who falls in love with his computer operating system (voiced by Scarlet Johansson), also won for K.K. Barrett’s sleek, near-future production design. But the critics otherwise spread its honors around.

Dual winners were the theme. Best actress was shared by Cate Blanchett for her fallen socialite in Woody Allen’s “Blue Jasmine,” and Adele Exarchopoulos for the lesbian coming-of-age tale “Blue Is the Warmest Color.” The latter film also won for best foreign language film. (AP)

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