Boyhood and Linklater top 80th New York Film Critics Circle Awards
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Boyhood and Linklater top 80th New York Film Critics Circle Awards

Best Picture: Boyhood Best Director: Richard Linklater (Boyhood) Best First Film: Jennifer Kent (The Babadook)…

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Predict the New York Film Critics
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Predict the New York Film Critics

On Monday, the New York Film Critics will begin voting. Tuesday, the following day, will…

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Predicting New York Film Critics, National Board of Review and Los Angeles Film Critics
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Predicting New York Film Critics, National Board of Review and Los Angeles Film Critics

What really matters, as far as critics are concerned, these four groups, New York, LA, and…

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Armond White tossed from the NYFCC
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Armond White tossed from the NYFCC

Armond White tossed from the New York Film Critics The story goes that contrarian film…

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Aftershocks from Armond White’s NYFCC meltdown continue
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Aftershocks from Armond White’s NYFCC meltdown continue

Astonishingly, it  looks as if the NYFCC might be impotent when it comes time to…

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New York Film Critics pay a Price for Being First
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New York Film Critics pay a Price for Being First

The New York Film Critics pushed back their dates (now voting December 3) so that…

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New York Film Critics to Vote December 3
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New York Film Critics to Vote December 3

The New York Film critics pushed their voting date far back enough so that they…

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Putting the New York and NBR in Contrast Before Los Angeles Critics Announce
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Putting the New York and NBR in Contrast Before Los Angeles Critics Announce

Probably the biggest mistakes I saw being made yesterday, whether on a blog or on…

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Field Barely Beat Hathaway, Weisz Barely Beat Lawrence
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Field Barely Beat Hathaway, Weisz Barely Beat Lawrence

J. Hoberman talks up the NYFCC – some interesting information: In the acting awards, Sally Fields (“Lincoln”)…

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Zero Dark Thirty Takes Early Lead in Oscar’s Race for Best Picture
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Zero Dark Thirty Takes Early Lead in Oscar’s Race for Best Picture

Buzz is a funny thing. Just because Oscar pundits think they know the buzz before…

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New York Film Critics Awards, 3 apiece for Zero Dark Thirty and Lincoln!
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New York Film Critics Awards, 3 apiece for Zero Dark Thirty and Lincoln!

Best Film: Zero Dark Thirty Best Director: Kathryn Bigelow, Zero Dark Thirty Best Actress: Rachel…

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New York Film Critics – Last Minute Predictions?
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New York Film Critics – Last Minute Predictions?

Tomorrow morning, starting at 7am Pacific, believe it or not, the New York Film critics…

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The New York Film Critics Preview and Predictions, 2012
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The New York Film Critics Preview and Predictions, 2012

It’s hard to believe a whole year has flown by that we were all studiously…

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The National Board of Review (NBR) will Announce after New York Film Crix (NYFCC)
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The National Board of Review (NBR) will Announce after New York Film Crix (NYFCC)

Indiewire reports that the NBR will take place December 5, 2012, two days after the…

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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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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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