The San Francisco Film Critics Pick The Social Network

The Social Network collected another prize today – The San Francisco Film Critics. Darren Aronofsky ties Fincher for Best Director. Michelle Williams wins Best Actress! John Hawkes gets some love for Winter’s Bone, and The Tillman Story gets a nice jump. The full list...
Posted On 13 Dec 2010

Critics As Advocates

The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive on how the New York Film Critics’ votes went down – and it’s, well let’s just say it flies in the face of how we all assume critics vote. We don’t, for instance, picture them deliberately blocking a contender...
Posted On 13 Dec 2010

Jacki Weaver’s AFI acceptance speech

Winner of the LAFC’s Best Supporting Actress award yesterday and a new BFCA nominee overnight, here’s Jacki Weaver in one the highlights from this year’s Australian Film Awards. (thanks Mark)
Posted On 13 Dec 2010

San Diego Critics nominations

Best Film ‚Äì BLACK SWAN INCEPTION THE FIGHTER THE KING’S SPEECH THE SOCIAL NETWORK WINTER’S BONE Best Director ‚Äì Christopher Nolan, INCEPTION Danny Boyle, 127 HOURS Darren Aronofsky, BLACK SWAN David Fincher, THE SOCIAL NETWORK Debra Granik, WINTER’S BONE
Posted On 13 Dec 2010

New York Film Critics Award Social Network for Pic, Director

The Kids All Right took screenplay – I really hope that this issue nudges the NYFCC towards separating their categories into adapted and original but (in my opinion) NO ONE wrote a better screenplay than Aaron Sorkin did this year. But this is a nice push for Kids, and...
Posted On 13 Dec 2010