Get Out is OFCS Best Picture

Dunkirk and Call Me By Your Name also win multiple awards

by Jennie Kermode

OFCS Best Picture winner Get Out
OFCS Best Picture winner Get Out

Jordan Peele's Get Out has scored an early awards season success by taking the prize for Best Picture from the Online Film Critics Society (OFCS). The writer/director also won Best Original Screenplay in the awards, which were announced today. "“We’d like to pass on a huge congratulations to Jordan Peele and his entire team for the incredible debut feature," said a spokesperson for the society's governing committee. "Changing the gaze of ‘outsider horror’ was a masterstroke that blended genre and social issues into a potent cocktail. The effects of Get Out stay with you long after viewing."

Also prominent among the winners was Dunkirk, which saw Christopher Nolan take Best Director and Lee Smith take Best Editing, while James Ivory won Best Adapted Screenplay for Call Me By Your Name, which also saw Timothée Chalamet named Breakout Star of the year.

Those award winners in full:-

Best Picture

Best Director

Best Actor

Best Actress

Best Supporting Actress

  • Laurie Metcalf - Lady Bird

Best Supporting Actor

Best Ensemble

Best Animated Feature

  • Coco

Best Foreign Film

Best Documentary

Best Editing

Best Cinematography

Best Original Screenplay

Best Adapted Screenplay

Breakout Star

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