Las Vegas Film Critics Awards
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Las Vegas Film Critics Awards

VFCS 2011 Sierra Award Winners Best Picture “The Artist” Best Director Nicholas Winding Refn, “Drive”…

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Hugo and The Artist Lead BFCA Nominees
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Hugo and The Artist Lead BFCA Nominees

Hugo and The Artist lead the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards with 11 nominations each. BEST…

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African-American Film Critics Award Winners
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African-American Film Critics Award Winners

(thanks Paul8148) Picture: Tree of Life 2. Drive 3. Pariah 4. Rampart 5. Shame 6.…

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St Louis Film Critics
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St Louis Film Critics

2011 SLFC Awards Nominees Best Film The Artist The Descendants Drive My Week With Marilyn…

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Indiana Film Critics Choose The Artist
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Indiana Film Critics Choose The Artist

The Indiana Film Journalists Association has named The Artist best picture of 2011, also awarding…

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San Francisco Film Critics Name Tree of Life Best Picture
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San Francisco Film Critics Name Tree of Life Best Picture

Best Picture “The Tree of Life” Best Director Terrence Malick, “The Tree of Life” Best…

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Detroit Film Critics Society nominees
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Detroit Film Critics Society nominees

1.  BEST PICTURE THE ARTIST THE DESCENDANTS HUGO TAKE SHELTER THE TREE OF LIFE  …

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New York Film Critics Online Award The Artist Best Picture
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New York Film Critics Online Award The Artist Best Picture

BEST PICTURE: THE ARTIST BEST DIRECTOR – MICHEL HAZANAVICIUS for The Artist BEST ACTOR: BEST…

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Boston Film Critics Association Award Winners
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Boston Film Critics Association Award Winners

Best Picture: THE ARTIST (close seconds: HUGO and MARGARET) Best Director: Martin Scorsese for HUGO.…

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New York Film Critics Online, Boston Also Announce Sunday
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New York Film Critics Online, Boston Also Announce Sunday

Tomorrow, the New York Film Critics Online and the Boston Film Critics will announce, along…

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Los Angeles Film Critics Preview
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Los Angeles Film Critics Preview

They’ve only been around since 1975, but Los Angeles has, in its own funny way,…

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Hugo Named Best Film by NBR
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Hugo Named Best Film by NBR

National Board of Review Preview (and No Guts, No Glory)
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National Board of Review Preview (and No Guts, No Glory)

Tomorrow, the National Board of Review announces its top ten.  Although the New York Film…

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The Artist, Moneyball and Tree of Life Big Winners at the New York Film Critics
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The Artist, Moneyball and Tree of Life Big Winners at the New York Film Critics

After all of their drama about changing their date and forcing the Dragon Tattoo to…

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The New York York Film Critics Winners
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The New York York Film Critics Winners

You can follow their twitter feed, @NYFCC2011 for updates. But we’ll be posting the winners…

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NYFCC Preview
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NYFCC Preview

The New York Film critics will announce their awards tomorrow. The last film to screen…

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Predicting the New York Film Critics
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Predicting the New York Film Critics

Tom O’Neil’s Gold Derby has released a set of predictions for the New York Film Critics…

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New York Film Critics Will Announce Nov 29 Via Twitter
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New York Film Critics Will Announce Nov 29 Via Twitter

Their press release: New York Film Critics Circle Announce 2011 Twitter Handle and Voting Date…

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LAFCA awards date & Doris Day Lifetime Acheivement
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LAFCA awards date & Doris Day Lifetime Acheivement

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association announces it will vote to select its awards winners…

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New York Film Critics Move Up to November 28, First out the Gate
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New York Film Critics Move Up to November 28, First out the Gate

The NYFCC has just announced it will no longer vote in mid-December but will instead…

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