For the 11th incarnation of their awards, the iconoclasts of the International Cinephile Society actually picked quite a few films that did well with other organizations. Biggest winners were the Coen brothers (always a favorite with this group), which took home Best Picture for Inside Llewyn Davis, along with Best Actor (a shared award between Oscar Isaac and The Wolf Of Wall Street‘s Leonardo DiCaprio), Best Original Screenplay, and Best Ensemble.
Elsewhere, Cannes winner Blue Is The Warmest Color did almost as well, nabbing two acting awards for Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux, as well as Best Picture Not In The English Language and Best Adapted Screenplay.
Also scoring well was Gravity, which took home Best Director for Alfonso Cuarón, plus Best Cinematography (in which Bruno Delbonnel managed not just one, but two runner-up spots, for Faust and Inside Llewyn Davis) and Best Editing. The only other multiple-award winner was Her, which won Best Score and Best Production Design.
You can find the full list of winners here.