Ford v. Ferrari wins five Satellite Awards


Matt Damon in Ford v. Ferrari

To the unfamiliar, the below list of award winners might look like an extraordinary endorsement for Ford v. Ferrari, a movie that's been humming around the edge of the big-time so far this awards season. Could this be its big breakthrough? Alas, no, it's just the Satellite Awards, the only (arguably) notable contribution to the world each year from the comically-named International Press Academy. They're the 'critics' who couldn't stomach being members of the almost-equally comically-named Hollywood Foreign Press Association (who decide upon the Golden Globes), and so created this even-more irrelevant splinter group, with its even more laughable tastes.


Ford v. Ferrari is, by all means, one of the most Satellite Awards-y movies ever made. Ditto Motherless Brooklyn, which puts up a remarkably strong showing here, to no-one's surprises and to no-one's particular pleasure, except perhaps Edward Norton. If you're looking for the nominations list (though why would you?), you won't find it here, because I couldn't be bothered publishing it.


Best Motion Picture, Drama

FORD V. FERRARI


Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical

ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD


Best Director

JAMES MANGOLD (FORD V. FERRARI)


Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama

SCARLETT JOHANSSON (MARRIAGE STORY)


Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical

AWKWAFINA (THE FAREWELL)


Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama

CHRISTIAN BALE (FORD V. FERRARI)


Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical

TARON EGERTON (ROCKETMAN)


Best Actress in a Supporting Role

JENNIFER LOPEZ (HUSTLERS)


Best Actor in a Supporting Role

WILLEM DAFOE (THE LIGHTHOUSE)


Best Screenplay, Original

NOAH BAUMBACH (MARRIAGE STORY)


Best Screenplay, Adapted

TODD PHILLIPS AND SCOTT SILVER (JOKER)


Best Cinematography

ROGER DEAKINS (1917)


Best Film Editing

ANDREW BUCKLAND AND MICHAEL MCCUSKER (FORD V. FERRARI)


Best Art Direction and Production Design

MICHAEL AHERN AND BETH MICKLE (MOTHERLESS BROOKLYN)


Best Costume Design

RUTH E. CARTER (DOLEMITE IS MY NAME)


Best Sound (Editing and Mixing)

DAVID GIAMMARCO, PAUL MASSEY, STEVEN A. MORROW AND DONALD SYLVESTER (FORD V. FERRARI)


Best Visual Effects

JOE LETTERI AND ERIC SAINDON (ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL)


Best Original Score

HILDUR GUDNADOTTIR (JOKER)


Best Original Song

'(I'M GONNA) LOVE ME AGAIN' (ROCKETMAN)


Best Ensemble

KNIVES OUT


Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media

THE LION KING


Best Motion Picture, Documentary

63 UP


Best Motion Picture, International

TRUTH AND JUSTICE


Best First Feature

LAURE DE CLERMONT-TONNERRE (THE MUSTANG)


Auteur Award

EDWARD NORTON (MOTHERLESS BROOKLYN)


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