Lincoln Wins Best Film, Acting Awards in Dallas Fort Worth, Bigelow Director

Thanks to @cinemalogue:

Best Film: Lincoln
Top ten
Argo
Zero Dark Thirty
Life of Pi
Les Miserables
Moonrise Kingdom
Silver Linings Playbook
Skyfall
The Master
Beasts of the Southern Wild

Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln
Runners-up: Joaquin Phoenix, The Master, John Hawkes, The Sessions, Hugh Jackman, Les Miserables, Denzel Washington, Flight

Best Actress: Jessica Chastain was voted Best Actress for Zero Dark Thirty
Runners-up: Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook, Helen Mirren, Hitchcock, Emmanuelle Riva, Amour, Quvenzhane Wallis, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Naomi Watts, The Impossible

Supporting Actor: Tommy Lee Jones for LINCOLN.
Runners-up: Philip Seymour Hoffman for THE MASTER (2), Christoph Waltz for DJANGO UNCHAINED (3), Alan Arkin for ARGO (4) and Robert De Niro for SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK (5).

Supporting Actress, the association named Sally Field for LINCOLN. Runners-up included Anne Hathaway for LES MISERABLES (2), Amy Adams for THE MASTER (3), Helen Hunt for THE SESSIONS (4) and Ann Dowd for COMPLIANCE (5).

Best Director: Kathryn Bigelow  ZERO DARK THIRTY.
Runners-up: Steven Spielberg for LINCOLN (2), Ben Affleck for ARGO (3), Ang Lee for LIFE OF PI (4) and Wes Anderson for MOONRISE KINGDOM (5).

Best Foreign Film: AMOUR
Runners-up  – A ROYAL AFFAIR (2), THE INTOUCHABLES (3), HOLY MOTORS (4) and THE KID WITH A BIKE (5).

10 Comments on this Post

  1. finally. Deserved win.

  2. At last, it was weird that Lincoln hadn’t won a BP award so far, especially because critics groups definitely didn’t go indie this year (Zero Dark Thirty, Argo, Life of Pi).

    By the way, Toronto (TFCA) announced, too.

  3. Supporting Actress, the association named Sally Field for LINCOLN.
    FINALLY!

  4. First award for Lincoln, Thank god.

  5. What a great result. Go Steven Spielberg and his Lincoln team!!!!!!!!!!

  6. It looks like supporting actor is still between Tommy Lee Jones and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Take it all the way, PSH!

    Phantom, I also noticed this morning that Lincoln had not won a single picture award. Very strange.

  7. Lincoln has, so far, been trailing Zero Dark Thirty and Argo more significantly than I had expected in terms of major love from critics’ groups. I don’t think it entirely needs this love, as I expect the Guilds and the Academy to go for it big time (like the HFPA), but it doesn’t want to get left behind – 0D30 and Argo are too strong for Lincoln’s hopes to be kept alive should that happen.

  8. rufussondheim

    I smell a conspiracy. Do you really think it’s a coincidence that the first critic’s group to award Lincoln is the one representing the very city in which John F. Kennedy was assassinated? I think not.

  9. Wow Sally Field for a change of pace. It’s been Hathaway all along. Hathaway, declared winner at the Oscar, by a mile! :( You don’t like me. You really don’t like me.

  10. This is my prediction this year! So congrats to Dallas! A BP/BD split this year is very much possible. Lincoln for BP and Bigelow for BD.

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