We’ve got two more big awards updates today, and they come from the Online Film Critics Society and the Broadcast Film Critics Association, the body responsible for the annual Critics’ Choice Awards. The OFCS (of which I’m a member) announced their winners, giving the Best Picture of 2014 to Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’; the film also won Best Original Screenplay and Best Cinematography. Meanwhile the BFCA (of which ScreenCrush editor-in-chief Mike Sampson is a member) announced their nominees for the Critics’ Choice Awards. ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ was among the Best Picture nominees, along with Oscar contenders ‘Boyhood,’ ‘The Imitation Game,’ ‘Selma,’ and ‘Birdman,’ which led all films with 13 CCA nominations.

Here are the full list of OFCS winners and BFCA nominees (the winners will be announced on January 15):

2014 Online Film Critics Society Award Winners:

Best Picture: ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
Best Animated Feature: ‘The LEGO Movie’
Best Film Not in the English Language: ‘Two Days, One Night’
Best Documentary: ‘Life Itself’
Best Director: Richard Linklater, ‘Boyhood’
Best Actor: Michael Keaton, ‘Birdman’
Best Actress: Rosamund Pike, ‘Gone Girl’
Best Supporting Actor: Edward Norton, ‘Birdman’
Best Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette, ‘Boyhood’
Best Original Screenplay: ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
Best Adapted Screenplay: ‘Gone Girl’
Best Editing: ‘Birdman’
Best Cinematography: ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

2014 Critics’ Choice Awards Nominees:

Best Picture
‘Birdman’
‘Boyhood’
‘Gone Girl’
‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
‘The Imitation Game’
‘Nightcrawler’
‘Selma’
‘The Theory of Everything’
‘Unbroken’
‘Whiplash’

Best Director
Wes Anderson, ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
Ava DuVernay, ‘Selma’
David Fincher, ‘ Gone Girl’
Alejandro G. Inarritu, ‘Birdman’
Angelina Jolie, ‘Unbroken’
Richard Linklater, ‘Boyhood’

Best Actor
Benedict Cumberbatch, ‘The Imitation Game’
Ralph Fiennes, ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
Jake Gyllenhaal, ‘Nightcrawler’
Michael Keaton, ‘Birdman’
David Oyelowo, ‘Selma’
Eddie Redmayne, ‘The Theory of Everything’

Best Actress
Jennifer Aniston, ‘Cake’
Marion Cotillard, ‘Two Days, One Night’
Felicity Jones, ‘The Theory of Everything’
Julianne Moore, ‘Still Alice’
Rosamund Pike, ‘Gone Girl’
Reese Witherspoon, ‘Wild’

Best Supporting Actor
Josh Brolin, ‘Inherent Vice’
Robert Duvall, ‘The Judge’
Ethan Hawke, ‘Boyhood’
Edward Norton, ‘Birdman’
Mark Ruffalo, ‘Foxcatcher’
J.K. Simmons, ‘Whiplash’

Best Supporting Actress
Patricia Arquette, ‘Boyhood’
Jessica Chastain, ‘A Most Violent Year’
Keira Knightley, ‘The Imitation Game’
Emma Stone, ‘Birdman’
Meryl Streep, ‘Into the Woods’
Tilda Swinton – Snowpiercer

Best Acting Ensemble
‘Birdman’
‘Boyhood’
‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
‘The Imitation Game’
‘Into the Woods’
‘Selma’

Best Original Screenplay
‘Birdman’
‘Boyhood’
‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
‘Nightcrawler’
‘Whiplash’

Best Adapted Screenplay
‘Gone Girl’
‘The Imitation Game’
‘Inherent Vice’
‘The Theory of Everything’
‘Unbroken’
‘Wild’

Best Cinematography
‘Birdman’
‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
‘Interstellar’
‘Mr. Turner’
‘Unbroken’

Best Art Direction
‘Birdman’
‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
‘Inherent Vice’
‘Interstellar’
‘Into the Woods’
‘Snowpiercer’

Best Editing
‘Birdman’
‘Boyhood’
‘Gone Girl’
‘Interstellar’
‘Whiplash’

Best Costume Design
‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
‘Inherent Vice’
‘Into the Woods’
‘Maleficent’
‘Mr. Turner’

Best Hair & Makeup
‘Foxcatcher’
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’
‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’
‘Into the Woods’
‘Maleficent’

Best Visual Effects
‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’
‘Edge of Tomorrow’
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’
‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’
‘Interstellar’

Best Animated Feature
‘Big Hero 6’
‘The Book of Life’
‘The Boxtrolls’
‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’
‘The LEGO Movie’

Best Action Movie
‘American Sniper’
‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’
‘Edge of Tomorrow’
‘Fury’
‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

Best Actor in an Action Movie
Bradley Cooper, ‘American Sniper’
Tom Cruise, ‘Edge of Tomorrow’
Chris Evans, ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’
Brad Pitt, ‘Fury’
Chris Pratt, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

Best Actress in an Action Movie
Emily Blunt, ‘Edge of Tomorrow’
Scarlett Johansson, ‘Lucy’
Jennifer Lawrence, ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1’
Zoe Saldana, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’
Shailene Woodley, ‘Divergent’

Best Comedy
‘Birdman’
‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
‘St. Vincent’
‘Top Five’
‘22 Jump Street’

ACTOR IN A COMEDY
Jon Favreau, ‘Chef’
Ralph Fiennes, ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
Michael Keaton, ‘Birdman’
Bill Murray, ‘St. Vincent’
Chris Rock, ‘Top Five’
Channing Tatum, ‘22 Jump Street’

ACTRESS IN A COMEDY
Rose Byrne, ‘Neighbors’
Rosario Dawson, ‘Top Five’
Melissa McCarthy, ‘St. Vincent’
Jenny Slate, ‘Obvious Child’
Kristen Wiig, ‘The Skeleton Twins’

Best Sci-fi/Horror Movie
‘The Babadook’
‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’
‘Interstellar’
‘Snowpiercer’
‘Under the Skin’

Best Foreign Language Film
‘Force Majeure’
‘Ida’
‘Leviathan’
‘Two Days, One Night’
‘Wild Tales’

Best Documentary Feature
‘Citizenfour’
‘Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me’
‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’
‘Last Days in Vietnam’
‘Life Itself’
‘The Overnighters’

Best Song
“Big Eyes” (‘Big Eyes’)
“Everything Is Awesome” (‘The Lego Movie’)
“Glory” (‘Selma’)
“Lost Stars” (‘Begin Again’)
“Yellow Flicker Beat” (‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1’)

Best Score
‘The Imitation Game’
‘The Theory of Everything’
‘Gone Girl’
‘Birdman’
‘Interstellar’

Best Young Actor/Actress
Ellar Coltrane, ‘Boyhood’
Ansel Elgort, ‘The Fault in Our Stars’
Mackenzie Foy, ‘Interstellar’
Jaeden Lieberher, ‘St. Vincent’
Tony Revolori, ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’
Quvenzhane Wallis, ‘Annie’
Noah Wiseman, ‘The Babadook’