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31st Film Independent Spirit Awards (2016)

The best independent and artist-driven films are celebrated by the members of the not-for-profit arts organization, Film Independent.

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Credited cast:
Brie Larson ... Herself - Winner
Idris Elba ... Himself - Winner
Ben Mendelsohn ... Himself - Nominee: Best Male Lead
Kate McKinnon ... Herself - Co-Hostess
Cate Blanchett ... Herself - Nominee
Michael Keaton ... Himself - Nominee
Kumail Nanjiani ... Himself - Co-Host
Jennifer Jason Leigh ... Herself - Nominee
Rooney Mara ... Herself - Nominee
Jason Bateman ... Himself - Presenter
Christopher Abbott ... Himself - Nominee
Jason Segel ... Himself - Nominee
Bel Powley ... Herself - Nominee
Tom McCarthy ... Himself - Winner
Cynthia Nixon ... Herself - Nominee
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The best independent and artist-driven films are celebrated by the members of the not-for-profit arts organization, Film Independent.

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English

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27 February 2016 (USA) See more »

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31st Film Independent Spirit Awards See more »

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Mya Taylor become first transgender person to win a major acting award. See more »

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Not funny

Jokes fell flat. Next time get some guys to host. Women just can't stand the pressure. Tell that Kate women to go back to busking on the subway and get some talent. So unfunny. Also that Indian dude kept doing a stereotypical Indian accent. Very offensive. He should go back to Russia and learn some jokes or joke telling techniques.


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