MadMaxFuryRoadThe winners for the 20th Annual OFTA Film Awards have been announced.

The Online Film & Television Association has selected Mad Max: Fury Road as 2015’s best film. In addition, it was presented eight other prizes (not including the promotional material award, which are not part of the official vote totals since they are not a direct part of the moviemaking process). George Miller’s post-apocalyptic story is about a captured wanderer and the escaped female prisoners who search for a better life. The film was also honored for Best Director, Best Editing, Best Production Design, Best Makeup & Hairstyling, Best Sound Mixing, Best Sound Editing, Best Stunt Coordination, Most Cinematic Moment, and Best Movie Poster, an award is shared with Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Room was honored with five prizes, second to Mad Max in the tallies. It was honored for Best Actress (Brie Larson), Best Youth Performance (Jacob Tremblay), Best Breakthrough Performance: Male (Tremblay), Best Casting and Best Adapted Screenplay. With three awards, The Revenant came in third on the overall tally with awards for Best Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio), Best Supporting Actor (Tom Hardy) and Best Cinematography

Pixar won the award for Best Animated Feature for Inside Out, which was also honored in the voice-over category with Amy Poehler taking that award. Other major winners include Jennifer Jason Leigh for Best Supporting Actress for The Hateful Eight, which was also the winner for Best Original Score; Spotlight as Best Original Screenplay and Best Ensemble.

Amy was named Best Documentary Feature of the year while Hungary’s Son of Saul won the award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Also, for the first time ever, we’ve not only announced the runners-up in each category, but we’ve also ranked the Best Picture slate based on the submitted votes.

For the full list of winners, go here.

Hall of Fame

In addition to awarding the best films of the past year, the members of the Online Film & Television Association annually select twenty-one films, ten actors (five male and five female), five creative talents and six other technicians to be inducted into their Hall of Fame. These recipients are judged based on their historical and cultural significance as well as their quality of achievement. Below are this year’s recipients:

Productions

  • American Graffiti (1973)
  • Blade Runner (1982)
  • Blazing Saddles (1974)
  • The Conversation (1974)
  • The Deer Hunter (1978)
  • Doctor Zhivago (1965)
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
  • Ghostbusters (1984)
  • Giant (1956)
  • In the Heat of the Night (1967)
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
  • Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
  • Modern Times (1936)
  • The Night of the Hunter (1955)
  • The Philadelphia Story (1940)
  • Pinocchio (1940)
  • Spartacus (1960)
  • A Star Is Born (1954)
  • Titanic (1997)
  • Tootsie (1982)
  • Young Frankenstein (1974)

Actors

  • Ethel Barrymore (1879 – 1959)
  • John Barrymore (1882 – 1942)
  • Daniel Day-Lewis (1957 – )
  • Walter Matthau (1920 – 2000)
  • Agnes Moorehead (1900 – 1974)
  • Geraldine Page (1924 – 1987)
  • Anthony Perkins (1932 – 1992)
  • Sissy Spacek (1949 – )
  • Robin Williams (1951 – 2014)
  • Natalie Wood (1938 – 1981)

Architects

  • Norman Jewison (1926 – )
  • Stanley Kramer (1913 – 2001)
  • Ang Lee (1954 – )
  • Mike Nichols (1931 – 2014)
  • Sydney Pollack (1934 – 2008)

Support

  • Leonard Bernstein (Music) (1918 – 1990)
  • Milena Canonero (Costume Design) (1946 – )
  • Charles Lang (Cinematography) (1902 – 1998)
  • Alex North (Music) (1910 – 1991)
  • Harry J Stradling Sr (Cinematography) (1901 – 1970)
  • Richard Taylor (Special Effects) (Unknown)