2007 EDA Awards

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With sincerest appreciation of all the great work that’s been done in film this year, the Alliance of Women Film Journalists is pleased to announce the winners of the 2007 EDA Awards.

For a full list of 2007 EDA Award nominees, click here.

Congratulations to all!

And the winners are:

    EDA Annual Achievement Awards
      Best Film:
        No Country For Old Men
      Best Director:
        The Coen Brothers
      Best Original Screenplay:
        Juno – Diablo Cody
      Best Screenplay Adapted:
        Away From Her – Sarah Polley
      Best Documentary:
        No End In Sight – Charles Ferguson
      Best Actress:
        Julie Christie – Away From Her
      Best Actress In Supporting Role:
        Amy Ryan – Gone Baby Gone
      Best Actor:
        Daniel Day Lewis – There Will Be Blood
      Best Actor In Supporting Role:
        Tom Wilkinson – Michael Clayton
      Best Ensemble Cast:
      Best Editing:
        The Diving Bell and The Butterfly – Juliette Welfling
      Best Foreign Film:
        Diving Bell and The Butterfly – Julian Schnabel

    EDA Female Focus Awards
      Best Woman Director:
        Sarah Polley
      Best Woman Screenwriter:
        Tamara Jenkins – The Savages
      Best Breakthrough Performance:
        Ellen Page – Juno
      Best Newcomer:
        Saoirse Ronan – Atonement
      Women?s Image Award:
        Sarah Polley
      Hanging in There Award for Persistence:
        Ruby Dee
      Actress Defying Age and Agism:
        Julie Christie
      Outstanding Achievement By A Woman In 2007:
        Kathleen Kennedy, Producer, The Diving Bell and The Butterfly, Persepolis
      Lifetime Achievement Award:
        Julie Christie
      Award For Humanitarian Activism:
        Angelina Jolie

    EDA Special Mention Awards
      Hall of Shame Award:
      Actress Most In Need Of A New Agent:
        Hilary Swank
      Movie You Wanted To Love But Just Couldn’t:
        Margot At The Wedding
      Unforgettable Moment Award:
        Eastern Promises – Viggo Mortensen’s full frontal
      Best Depiction Of Nudity or Sexuality:
        Eastern Promises – Viggo Mortensen
      Best Seduction: (tie)
        Atonement – Keira Knightly and James McAvoy
        The Namesake – Tabu and Irfan Khan
      Most Egregious Age Difference Between Leading Man and Love


        Beowulf – Robin Wright Penn and Anthony Hopkins
      Bravest Performance Award:
        Julie Christie – Away From Her
      Best Leap from Actress to Director Award:
        Sarah Polley
      Cultural Crossover Award:
      Sequel That Shouldn’t Have Been Made Award:
        Shrek 3
      Best Of The Fests: (Winner and Special Mentions)
        4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days
        Black Sheep
        Four Sheets To The Wind
        Grbivica My Home
        Red Road
        Secret Sunshine
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