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The winners for the 18th Annual OFTA Television Awards have been announced.

Mad Men, which went home with 3 awards this year, extended its reign as most honored series in OFTA history. The series won awards for Best Supporting Actress (Christina Hendricks), Best Guest Actor (Robert Morse) and Best Writing, all in the Drama Series categories. That record won’t hold for long as Game of Thrones was the year’s most honored program winning ten awards including a tie for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Peter Dinklage (who tied with Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul), Guest Actress for Diana Rigg (her second consecutive year winning this category for this program), Ensemble in a Drama Series, and seven of eight awards in the Series creative categories for Music, Editing, Cinematography, Production Design, Costume Design, Sound and Visual Effects.

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AmericanHorrorStoryCovenThe nominations for the 18th Annual OFTA Television Awards have been announced.

Best Movie/Miniseries nominee American Horror Story: Coven topped this year’s nominations tallies with 19. This is the series’ second year in the limited series categories, two years ago, it competed in the regular series category where it was second-most nominated behind Mad Men.

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12YearsaSlaveThe winners for the 18th Annual OFTA Film Awards have been announced.

The Online Film & Television Association has selected 12 Years a Slave as 2013’s best picture, awarding it 6 other trophies as well. Steve McQueen’s film about a free black man sold into slaver into the Antebellum south also took home awards for Best Actor (Chiwetel Ejiofor), Best Supporting Actor (Michael Fassbender in a tie with Dallas Buyers Club‘s Jared Leto), Best Supporting Actress (Lupita Nyong’o), Best Breakthrough Performance: Female (Nyong’o), Best Casting and Best Adapted Screenplay. Alfonso Cuaron took home the Best Director prize for Gravity. That film about a medical doctor marooned in space after satellite debris destroys the shuttle she’s working on. Cuaron’s film received a total of nine awards for its production and two prizes for the advertising campaign.

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12YearsaSlaveThe nominations for the 18th Annual OFTA Film awards were announced on Sunday, January 26, 2014.

Best Picture nominee 12 Years a Slave led the nominations with 17 with Nebraska coming in second with 12. The eight other films nominated for Best Picture are American Hustle, Before Midnight, Blue Is the Warmest Color, Captain Phillips, Gravity, Her, Inside Llewyn Davis and The Wolf of Wall Street. All five Best Director nominees were among this year’s Best Picture nominees, the nominations going to Alfonso Cuaron, Spike Jonze, Steve McQueen, Alexander Payne and David O. Russell.

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The winners for the 17th Annual OFTA Television Awards have been announced.

This year, two records were tied for the most awards in both the movie/miniseries and series categories. One of those ties was American Horror Story: Asylum which earned thirteen awards, tying it with Merlin for the highest number won by a miniseries in a single year. The miniseries won prizes for Best Motion Picture/Miniseries (an honor it shared with Behind the Candelabra); three acting awards (Best Actress Jessica Lange, Best Supporting Actor Zachary Quinto and Best Supporting Actress Sarah Paulson); Best Ensemble; creative achievements in Music, Editing, Cinematography, Production Design, Sound and Visual Effects; and the New Theme Song and New Titles Sequence categories.

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AmericanHorrorStoryThe nominations for the 17th Annual OFTA Television Awards have been announced.

Best Movie/Miniseries nominee American Horror Story: Asylum tops this year’s nominations tallies with 20, a new record for the movies and miniseries categories, previously held in a tie by Angels in America and Merlin, with 19 nominations each. This is the series’ first year in the limited series categories, last year it competed in the regular series category.

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ArgoThe winners for the 17th Annual OFTA Film Awards have been announced.

Ben Affleck’s CIA drama Argo was named the best film of the year by the Online Film & Television Association. The film also took home awards in Best Casting, Best Director (Affleck), Best Adapted Screenplay (an award it shared with Lincoln and Best Editing. With five awards, it was also one of the most honored films of the year, sharing that honor with Les Misérables. The Tom Hooper musical adaptation earned the awards for Best Supporting Actress (Anne Hathaway), Best Breakthrough Performance: Male (Eddie Redmayne), Best Adapted Song (“I Dreamed a Dream”), Best Sound and Best Movie Trailer.

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The nominations for the 17th Annual OFTA Film awards were announced on Sunday, January 27, 2013.

Best Picture nominee Les Misérables led the nominations with 17 while Lincoln came in second with 13. The eight other films nominated for Best Picture are Amour, Argo, Life of Pi, Moonrise Kingdom, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Silver Linings Playbook, Skyfall and Zero Dark Thirty. All five Best Director nominees were among this year’s Best Picture nominees, the nominations going to Ben Affleck, Kathryn Bigelow, Michael Haneke, Ang Lee and Steven Spielberg.

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The winners for the 16th Annual OFTA Television Awards have been announced.

The most honored program of the year was miniseries/drama series Sherlock which received seven awards including Best Direction and Best Writing in a Movie/Miniseries, Best Actor in a Movie/Miniseries for star Benedict Cumberbatch along with four behind-the-scenes prizes in Non-Series Music, Editing, Cinematography and Visual Effects.

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The nominations for the 16th Annual OFTA Television Awards have been announced.

Best Drama Series nominee Mad Men leads this year’s nominations with 18. Another nominee in the Best Drama Series category, American Horror Story came in second with 15 nominations. Third place went to Movie/Miniseries nominee Game Change with 14 nominations. With 13 nominations each, two other Movie/Miniseries nominees came in tied for fourth: Hatfields & McCoys and Sherlock, which becomes the first movie/miniseries to earn nominations in two years since Prime Suspect picked up its second series mention five years ago.

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