Utah Film Critics Award "Mad Max" as best of 2015
Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron in Mad Max: Fury Road - © 2015 Warner Bros.
Top acting awards went to Brie Larson for her portrayal as an abducted teen raising her son in confinement in Room, while Leonardo DiCaprio was honored for his role as frontier guide out to avenge the death of his son in The Revenant.
For their supporting performances, Rose Byrne won for her comedic portrayal of a vicious socialite in Spy, while Sylvester Stallone won for reprising his role as Rocky Balboa in Creed.
Pixar's Inside Out won best animated feature and was also honored for its original screenplay, written by Pete Docter, Meg LeFauve and Josh Cooley.
See below for a complete list of winners in all categories, along with runners up.
MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
(Runner-up: THE MARTIAN)
George Miller, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
(Runner-up: Ridley Scott, THE MARTIAN)
Brie Larson, ROOM
(Runner-up: Saoirse Ronan, BROOKLYN)
Leonardo DiCaprio, THE REVENANT
(Runner-up: Matt Damon, THE MARTIAN)
Best Supporting Actress:
Rose Byrne, SPY
(Runner-up: Alicia Vikander, EX MACHINA)
Best Supporting Actor:
Sylvester Stallone, CREED
(Runner-up: Oscar Isaac, EX MACHINA)
Best Original Screenplay:
Pete Docter, Meg LeFauve & Josh Cooley, INSIDE OUT
Best Adapted Screenplay:
Drew Goddard, THE MARTIAN
(Runner-up: Nick Hornby, BROOKLYN)
John Seale, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD
(Runner-up: Emmanuel Lubezki, THE REVENANT)
THE HUNTING GROUND
Best Non-English Language Feature:
(Runner-up: SON OF SAUL)
Best Animated Feature:
(Runner-up: SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE)
The Utah Film Critics Association is comprised of film journalists from print, online and broadcast media based in Utah. Members include: Brooks Bird, TheReelPlace.com; Rich Bonaduce, Standard-Examiner (Ogden); Luke Hickman, KEGA-FM; Jimmy Martin, KSL (NBC); Sean P. Means, Salt Lake Tribune; Dan Metcalf, My Utah Journals; Andy Morgan, KNVU-AM; Ryan Michael Painter, KUTV 2; Aaron Peck, Logan Herald-Journal; Scott Renshaw, Salt Lake City Weekly; Steve Salles, KJZZ-TV; Mike Thiriot, KTHB 94.9 FM; Tony Toscano, Talking Pictures; Jenniffer Wardell, Davis Clipper News; and Doug Wright, KSL Movie Show.