In this image released by Fox Searchlight Pictures, Michael Keaton portrays Riggan in a scene from "Birdman." (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight, Atsushi Nishijima)
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From "Birdman" to "Unbroken," the American Film Institute (AFI) selected an eclectic range of films already gaining momentum in the Hollywood awards race as its top picks for 2014, the organization said on Monday.Richard Linklater's "Boyhood," filmed over 12 years and following a boy's coming-of-age tale, was awarded best picture by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association over the weekend and won best film, director and supporting actress at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards last week.The AFI also selected 10 television programs for its top 2014 picks, including AMC's advertising period drama "Mad Men," which extended its record into a seventh year on the list.
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