MadMaxFuryRoadThe winners for the 21st Annual OFTA Film Awards have been announced.

The Online Film & Television Association has selected La La Land as 2016’s best film. In addition, it was presented six 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). Damien Chazelle’s modern musical homage examines the burgeoning relationship between a struggling actress looking for her big break and a failed jazz pianist searching for a way to save LA’s jazz soul. The film was also honored for Best Director, Best Original Score, Best Original Song for “City of Stars,” Best Film Editing, Best Cinematography, and Most Cinematic Moment.

Moonlight was honored with four prizes, second to Mad Max in the tallies. It was honored for Best Supporting Actor, Bet Ensemble, Best Casting, and Best Adapted Screenplay. It also received an award for its poster design, which was not included in the film’s overall tally. Tied for third most prizes, Deadpool, Kubo and the Two Strings, and Manchester by the Sea each received three awards. Deadpool took the prizes for Best Makeup and Hair, Best Stunt Coordination, and Best Titles Sequence. Kubo and the Two Strings was recognized as the Best Animated Feature Film along with awards for Best Adapted Song for Regina Spektor’s version of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” and Bet Visual Effects. Manchester by the Sea was honored for Best Actor (Casey Affleck), Best Breakthrough Performance: Male (Lucas Hedges), and Best Original Screenplay.

Elle was named the year’s Best Foreign Language Film while O.J.: Made in America received the award for Best Documentary.

We have also announced the runners-up in each category, but we’ve also ranked the Best Picture slate based on the submitted ranked votes of our members.

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 films, ten actors (five male and five female), six 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 inductees:

Productions

  • All the President’s Men (1976)
  • The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
  • Aliens (1986)
  • The Big Sleep (1946)
  • Brokeback Mountain (2005)
  • Cool Hand Luke (1967)
  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)
  • Gaslight (1944)
  • His Girl Friday (1940)
  • Laura (1944)
  • My Fair Lady (1964)
  • Ran (1985)
  • Rififi (1955)
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
  • Strangers on a Train (1951)
  • Terms of Endearment (1983)
  • The Thin Man (1934)
  • A Trip to the Moon (1902)
  • Toy Story 2 (1999)
  • Wild Strawberries (1957)

Actors

  • Lon Chaney (1883 – 1930)
  • Julie Christie (1941 – )
  • Montgomery Clift (1920 – 1966)
  • Faye Dunaway (1941 – )
  • Albert Finney (1936 – )
  • Harold Lloyd (1893 – 1971)
  • Marcello Mastroianni (1924 – 1996)
  • Julianne Moore (1960 – )
  • Maureen O’Hara (1920 – 2015)
  • Gena Rowlands (1930 – )

Architects

  • John Cassavetes (1929 – 1989)
  • Vittorio De Sica (1901 – 1974)
  • Yasujiro Ozu (1903 – 1963)
  • Jean Renoir (1894 – 1979)
  • Andrei Tarkovsky (1932 – 1986)
  • Robert Wise (1914 – 2005)

Support

  • Sammy Cahn (1913 – 1993) (Music)
  • Verna Fields (1918 – 1982) (Editing)
  • Richard Schickel (1933 – ) (Criticism)
  • Irene Sharaff (1910 – 1993) (Costume Design)
  • Robert L. Surtees (1906 – 1985) (Cinematography)
  • Vilmos Zsigmond (1930 – 2016) (Cinematography)