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19th Empire Awards

19th Empire Awards
The logo for the 19th Empire Awards
Date March 30, 2014 (2014-03-30)[1]
Site Grosvenor House Hotel, London, England[2]
Host James Nesbitt[1]
Highlights
Best Film Gravity
Best British Film The World's End
Most awards Gravity and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2)
Most nominations The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (7)

The 19th Empire Awards ceremony (officially known as the Jameson Empire Awards), presented by the British film magazine Empire, honored the best films of 2013 and took place on March 30, 2014[1] at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, England.[2] During the ceremony, Empire presented Empire Awards in 14 categories as well as five honorary awards. The awards for Best Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress were first introduced this year. To celebrate the 25th year anniversary of Empire magazine two special honorary awards were presented, the Action Hero of our Lifetime and the Legend of our Lifetime awards. Irish actor James Nesbitt hosted the show for the first time.[1][3] The awards were sponsored by Jameson Irish Whiskey for the sixth consecutive year.[1]

In related events, Empire and Jameson Irish Whiskey held the 5th Done In 60 Seconds Competition Global Final on March 29, 2014[4] at The Brewery, London, England.[5] The team of judges consisted of Empire editor-in-chief Mark Dinning,[4] Sky Movies Premiere English presenter Alex Zane,[4] Scottish radio DJ Edith Bowman,[4] Scottish director Jon S. Baird[5] and English director Ben Wheatley,[4] which selected from a shortlist of 24 nominees[5] the five Done In 60 Seconds Award finalists that were invited to the Empire Awards where the winner was announced.[4][5]

Gravity won two awards including Best Film and Best Director for Alfonso Cuarón. Other winners included The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug also with two awards and 12 Years a Slave, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, Blue Jasmine, Filth, Saving Mr. Banks, The Conjuring, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Wolf of Wall Street and The World's End with one. Simon Pegg received the Empire Hero Award, Hugh Jackman received the Empire Icon Award, Paul Greengrass received the Empire Inspiration Award, Arnold Schwarzenegger received the special honorary 25th anniversary Action Hero of our Lifetime award and Tom Cruise received the special honorary 25th anniversary Legend of our Lifetime award. David Smith from the United Kingdom won the Done In 60 Seconds Award for There Will Be Blood (Milk), his 60-second film version of There Will Be Blood.

Winners and nominees

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.[6][7][8]

Finalists:[5]

The other shortlisted films:[23]

Honorary Awards

Multiple awards

The following two films received multiple awards:

Awards Film
2 Gravity
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

Multiple nominations

The following 13 films received multiple nominations:

Nominations Film
7 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
6 12 Years a Slave
5 Captain Phillips
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
4 Gravity
Sunshine on Leith
3 The World's End
2 Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa
American Hustle
Blue Jasmine
Filth
Rush
The Wolf of Wall Street

Done In 60 Seconds films

  1. ^ by David SmithThere Will Be Blood (Milk)Done In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  2. ^ by Leigh LahavGravityDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  3. ^ by João CarrilhoVertigoDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  4. ^ by Ramil KaripovParanormal Activity: Bad RealtorDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  5. ^ by Michael HallGravity in 2DDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  6. ^ by Arsen AvdalyanThe ArtistDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  7. ^ by Jasmin PivićThe PrestigeDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  8. ^ by Fernanda Caruso & Tuca ZorzettoFinding NemoDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  9. ^ by Dimitar StafidovBU Star Wars Episode IVDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  10. ^ by Dinka RadonićMementoDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  11. ^ by Taťána RubášováAmerican BeautyDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  12. ^ by Ιoanna SotiriouCast AwayDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  13. ^ by Ritesh VarmaModern TimesDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  14. ^ by Diana BimakhimovaSherlock HolmesDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  15. ^ by Catalin PalavescuThe WolverineDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  16. ^ by Alex Knyazeva1+1 IntouchablesDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  17. ^ by Lena BubnovaBaking BreadDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  18. ^ by Sofia AnchuginaGone in 60 SecondsDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  19. ^ by Maria VdovenkoSlumdog MillionaireDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  20. ^ by Dragomir LekoPulp Fiction aka Pulp FixedDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  21. ^ by Liliana TymoshenkoLeon KillerDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  22. ^ by Tony ByrnesDead Poets SocietyDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  23. ^ by Jonathan Farrelly & Alice TonerManhattanDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube
  24. ^ by Claire CarterThe (con) ArtistDone In 60 Seconds: on YouTube

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