1995 National Board of Review Awards
The National Board of Review, which publishes Films in Review, includes teachers, actors, writers and movie-production workers.
|Best Picture||Sense and Sensibility|
|Best Actor||Nicolas Cage, Leaving Las Vegas|
|Best Actress||Emma Thompson, Sense and Sensibility and Carrington|
|Best Supporting Actor||Kevin Spacey, Seven and The Usual Suspects|
|Best Supporting Actress||Mira Sorvino, Mighty Aphrodite|
|Best Director||Ang Lee, Sense and Sensibility|
|Best Foreign Film||Shanghai Triad|
|Best Television Movie||The Boys of St. Vincent|
|Billy Wilder Award for a Directing Career||Stanley Donen|
|Outstanding Newcomer||Alicia Silverstone|
Zhang Yimou, director of Shanghai Triad, was given a special freedom of expression award for his battle against censorship in China.
James Earl Jones received a career achievement award.
The cast of The Usual Suspects received a special ensemble-acting award.
Betty Comden and Adolph Green were recognized for their songwriting careers.