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'Loving' Wins Best Movie for Grownups Award for 2016

'Fences' and '20th Century Women' also get lots of love from 'AARP The Magazine' editors

Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga in 'Loving'

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Jeff Nichols wins AARP's top prize: 2016's Best Grownup

Loving, the true-life story of the Virginia couple whose marriage led to the 1967 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down laws against interracial marriage, is the winner of this year's Best Movie for Grownups Award.

Presented by AARP The Magazine, the Movies for Grownups Awards celebrate and encourage films with unique appeal to movie lovers with a grownup state of mind — and recognize the inspiring artists who make them.

Actors, directors and writers become eligible for the awards after their 50th birthday.

This year's most-honored films are Fences, Manchester by the Sea and 20th Century Women, with two wins each.

The awards will be presented Feb. 6 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Here's the complete list of this year's winners.

Best Movie for Grownups

  • Loving (Director: Jeff Nichols)

Best Director

Best Actor

Best Actress

Best Supporting Actor

  • Jeff Bridges, Hell or High Water

Best Supporting Actress

  • Viola Davis, Fences

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Best Screenwriter

  • Kenneth Lonergan, Manchester by the Sea

Best Comedy/Musical

Best Time Capsule

  • Jackie (Director: Pablo Larraín)

Best Grownup Love Story

  • The Hollars (Margo Martindale and Richard Jenkins)

Best Foreign-Language Film

  • Elle (France) (Director: Paul Verhoeven)

Breakthrough Achievement

  • Robert Mrazek (First-time director, The Congressman)

Best Buddy Picture

Best Documentary

  • The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years (Director: Ron Howard)

Best Intergenerational Film

  • 20th Century Women (Director: Mike Mills)

Best Movie for Grownups Who Refuse to Grow Up

  • Kubo and the Two Strings (Director: Travis Knight)

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