Alfonso Cuarón's sci-fi thriller
The organization's lead actress honors were shared by
There was also a tie in the voting Sunday for best supporting actor, with the honors going to
Leto won the New York Film Critics Circle award last week. And there has been a nontraditional Oscar campaign for Franco spearheaded by A24, distributor of the low-budget indie film directed by Harmony Korine.
The L.A. Film Critics Assn. named
Lupita Nyong'o received supporting actress honors for
"Gravity" won the most prizes of any film Sunday, picking up four. Cuarón won for best director and shared editing honors with Mark Sanger. Best cinematography went to the film's Emmanuel Lubezki.
LAFCA and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have rarely agreed on best picture winners. The last time they did was for 2009's "
"Blue Is the Warmest Color" won best foreign film. Runner-up was "The Great Beauty."
The French-Belgian production "Ernest and Celestine" won best animated feature, with runner-up going to Hayao Miyazaki's "The Wind Rises."
Best music score went to T Bone Burnett for "Inside Llewyn Davis." Runner-up was
Production design honors went to K.K. Barrett for "Her"; runner-up was Jess Gonchor for "Inside Llewyn Davis."
Spike Jonze was the runner-up for best director for "Her." Cinematography runner-up was Bruno Delbonnel for "Inside Llewyn Davis," and editing runner-up was Shane Carruth and David Lowery for "Upstream Color."
The Douglas Edwards Independent/Experimental Film/Video Award went to "Cabinets of Wonder: Films and a Performance by Charlotte Pryce."
Producer Megan Ellison won the New Generation prize.
"A Hard Day's Night" and "Help!" director Richard Lester was previously announced as the winner of the career achievement honor.
The awards will be handed out Jan. 11 at a ceremony at the Intercontinental Hotel in Century City.