Fresh off his Best Director win at the 2015 Golden Globes, Richard Linklater spoke about the process of making Boyhood and what the film meant for him and his career.
But he acknowledged that the film succeeded because of the collective effort of his entire crew in front of and behind the camera.
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He echoed the sentiment in his acceptance speech onstage during the ceremony.
“I mean, I’m the guy up here holding this, but I really feel like I’m representing a cast and crew of 450 people who worked on this thing, gave everything of themselves all these years during this production,” he said.
After winning the award, Linklater also gave credit to those who invested in the film and allowed him to see the 12-year project through to completion.
“I,” he said about those who contributed to the film’s production. “ .”
Boyhood also also won Best Picture, Drama and Best Supporting Actress, Drama for Patricia Arquette’s performance.
Reporting by C. Molly Smith