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Toronto film critics announce 2015 award winners

As the year draws to a close, the Toronto Film Critics Association (TFCA) looked back and voted for its favourite movies of 2015. It announced its award winning picks on Twitter yesterday, celebrating films such as Carol and the haunting German language feature Phoenix with top honours.

Despite the social media bravado yesterday, the TFCA will be hosting an awards ceremony on January 5, 2016. That's also when the association will hand out the $100,000 Rogers Best Canadian Film Award - it's the "richest film award in the country," according to a TFCA news release.

Here are the 2015 winners and Rogers Best Canadian Film Award nominees:

Best Picture: Carol

Best Director: Todd Haynes, Carol

Best Actress: Nina Hoss, Phoenix

Best Actor: Tom Hardy, Legend

Best Supporting Actress: Alicia Vikander, Ex Machina

Best Supporting Actor: Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies

Best Screenplay: The Big Short

Best First Film: Ex Machina

Best Foreign Language Film: Phoenix

Best Documentary: The Look of Silence

Best Animated Feature: Shaun the Sheep Movie

Rogers Best Canadian Film Award nominees

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