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Two Critics Groups Announce, One Stages Stages a Coup

Two Critics Groups Announce, One Stages Stages a Coup

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It was a very good day for Bret Easton Ellis in Los Angeles yesterday – although he hates Michael Haneke and Amour almost as much as he thinks Kathryn Bigelow is overrated and praised only because she’s a woman, he got some backing by the LA Film Critics yesterday when they shut out Zero Dark Thirty for the top two prizes. As the awards watchers hunched over their Tweetdecks, and…

Kathryn Bigelow, Daniel Day-Lewis, Emmanuelle Riva win top honors from Boston Society of Film Critics

Kathryn Bigelow, Daniel Day-Lewis, Emmanuelle Riva win top honors from Boston Society of Film Critics

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Best Film: Zero Dark Thirty (tied for 2nd: Moonrise Kingdom and Amour) Best Director: Kathryn Bigelow, Zero Dark Thirty (2nd: Paul Thomas Anderson, The Master) Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln (2nd: Denis Lavant, Holy Motors) Best Actress: Emmanuelle Riva , Amour (2nd: Deanie Yip, A Simple Life) Best Supporting Actress: Sally Field, Lincoln (2nd: Emma Watson, Perks of Being a Wallflower) Best Supporting Actor: Ezra Miller, Perks of Being a Wallflower (2nd:…

Boston Film Critics Association Award Winners

Boston Film Critics Association Award Winners

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Best Picture: THE ARTIST (close seconds: HUGO and MARGARET) Best Director: Martin Scorsese for HUGO. Close runner-up: THE ARTIST. Best Actor: Brad Pitt for MONEYBALL Runners up: George Clooney for THE DESCENDANTS, Michael Fassbender for SHAME Best Actress (another competitive one!): Michelle Williams for MY WEEK WITH MARILYN. Best Supporting Actor: Albert Brooks for DRIVE Best Supporting Actress: Melissa McCarthy for BRIDESMAIDS. Jeannie Berlin: close second for MARGARET

New York Film Critics Online, Boston Also Announce Sunday

New York Film Critics Online, Boston Also Announce Sunday

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Tomorrow, the New York Film Critics Online and the Boston Film Critics will announce, along with the Los Angeles Film Critics.   They should all drop around the same time.  The LA Film Critics have a twitter and they said they’ll be tweeting their awards LAFilmCritics they say it will be “category by category, approx. 10am to 2:30 p.m. PT tomorrow.”  The New York Film Critics Online also have a…