There Will Be Blood was voted the best picture of 2007. Here are the other awards that local critics went for, picked up from the LAFCA website.
DIRECTOR: Paul Thomas Anderson, "There Will Be Blood"
ACTRESS: Marion Cotillard, "La Vie en Rose"
ACTOR: Daniel Day-Lewis, �There Will Be Blood�
SCREENPLAY: "The Savages" by Tamara Jenkins
SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Amy Ryan, "Gone Baby Gone" and �Before the Devil Knows You�re Dead�
SUPPORTING ACTOR: Vlad Ivanov, "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days"
FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM: "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days" directed by Cristian Mungiu
DOCUMENTARY/NON-FICTION FILM: "No End in Sight" directed by Charles Ferguson
PRODUCTION DESIGN: Jack Fisk, "There Will Be Blood"
ANIMATION: (tie) �Ratatouille" (Brad Bird) and �Persepolis� (Vincent Paronnaud and Marjane Satrapi)
MUSIC: Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, �Once"
CINEMATOGRAPHY: Janusz Kaminski, "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly"
NEW GENERATION: Sarah Polley, �Away From Her�
CAREER ACHIEVEMENT: Sidney Lumet (previously announced)
INDEPENDENT/EXPERIMENTAL: �Colossal Youth� directed by Pedro Costa
Special awards after the jump.
SPECIAL CITATIONS: To New Crowned Hope, an extraordinary project in honor of Mozart�s 250th birthday, commissioning adventurous work in multiple art forms including cinema. New Crowned Hope�s films included works marking major achievements in current world film, including �Syndromes and a Century,� �I Don�t Want to Sleep Alone,� �Paraguayan Hammock,� �Daratt,� �Half Moon,� �Opera Jawa� and �Meokgo and the Stickfighter.� We are honoring artistic director Peter Sellars and producers Simon Field and Keith Griffiths.
LEGACY OF CINEMA AWARDS (two): To Dennis Doros and Amy Heller of Milestone Film & Video for their tireless efforts on behalf of film restoration and preservation, which in 2007 brought about the debut releases on DVD of such noteworthy films as "Killer of Sheep and "My Brother's Wedding," as well as the re-release of "I Am Cuba."
To the Outfest Legacy Project, which is spearheading the rescue and restoration of lost gay and lesbian cinema, and which hosted its first presentation of a Legacy Project restoration this summer with a new print of the seminal 1986 comedy/drama "Parting Glances."