The Sport Market Movie Awards 2015

 

 
 
 
 
Steve Carell in a scene from the movie Foxcatcher.
 
 

Steve Carell in a scene from the movie Foxcatcher.

Photograph by: Scott Garfield, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The top sports movies for last year, according to Tom Mayenknecht:

• Best picture: Brothers in Exile (ESPN 30 for 30 documentary, baseball)

• Best actor: Steve Carell — Foxcatcher (wrestling)

• Best actress: Lake Bell — Million Dollar Arm (baseball, cricket)

• Best supporting actor: Mark Ruffalo — Foxcatcher (wrestling)

• Best supporting actress: Vanessa Redgrave — Foxcatcher (wrestling)

• Best ensemble cast: Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, Sienna Miller, Vanessa Redgrave, Anthony Michael Hall — Foxcatcher (wrestling)

• Best director: Bennett Miller — Foxcatcher (wrestling)

• Best screenplay: E. Max Frye and Dan Futterman — Foxcatcher (wrestling)

• Best song in a sport movie: Miracles by Coldplay — Unbroken (Olympics, track and field)

• Best soundtrack in a sport movie: When the Game Stands Tall (football), original music by John Paesano

• Best sport documentary: Brothers in Exile (baseball)

• Best sport comedy: Intramural (football)

• Best sport-themed movie: Unbroken (war film about U.S. track and field Olympian Louis Zamperini)

• Box office champion: Million Dollar Arm (baseball, cricket) — $36.457 million US (Unbroken earned $115.104 million US at the box office)

 
 
 
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Steve Carell in a scene from the movie Foxcatcher.
 

Steve Carell in a scene from the movie Foxcatcher.

Photograph by: Scott Garfield, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

 
Steve Carell in a scene from the movie Foxcatcher.
Jack O’Connell portrays Olympian and war hero Louis ‘Louie’ Zamperini in a scene from Unbroken.
Jon Hamm (right) demonstrates a pitch to Madhur Mittal in the movie Million Dollar Arm.
Mark Ruffalo (right) and Channing Tatum in a scene from the movie Foxcatcher.
Brothers in Exile, an ESPN 30 for 30 documentary about MLB pitchers Orlando and Livan Hernandez, at top, takes this year’s Sport Market Movie Award for best picture.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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