Central Ohio Film Critics Nominations

Best Film -12 Years a Slave -American Hustle -Before Midnight -Frances Ha -Gravity -Her -Inside Llewyn Davis -Nebraska -Upstream Color -The Wolf of Wall Street Best Director -Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity -Spike Jonze, Her -Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave -Alexander Payne, Nebraska...
Posted On 29 Dec 2013

5 awards for Moonrise Kingdom from the Central Ohio Film Critics

(thanks to Asif Khan) Best Film Moonrise Kingdom Best Director Wes Anderson (Moonrise Kingdom) Best Actor Daniel Day-Lewis (Lincoln) Best Actress Jennifer Lawrence (Silver Linings Playbook)
Posted On 04 Jan 2013

Drive Wins Picture and Director from Central Ohio Film Critics

Complete list of awards: Best Film 1. Drive 2. Martha Marcy May Marlene 3. Take Shelter 4. Melancholia 5. The Descendants 6. Midnight in Paris 7. The Tree of Life 8. The Artist 9. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 10. Hugo Best Director -Nicolas Winding Refn, Drive -Runner-up: Lars...
Posted On 05 Jan 2012

Central Ohio Film Critics Nominations

The Central Ohio Film Critics Association is pleased to announce the nominees for its 10th annual awards. Winners will be announced on the evening of January 5th. Notes on the nominees: -Ties in the nomination round produced more than ten nominees in the Best Film category and...
Posted On 01 Jan 2012

Inception sweeps Central Ohio Critics’ Awards

Inception dominates the Central Ohio Film Critics’ Awards with wins for picture, director Christopher Nolan, original screenplay and original score. Best Film 1. Inception 2. The Social Network 3. The King’s Speech 4. Black Swan 5. Toy Story 3 6. True Grit 7. 127...

Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards Nominees

Best Film -127 Hours -Black Swan -Exit Through the Gift Shop -The Fighter -The Ghost Writer -Inception -The Kids Are All Right -The King’s Speech -Scott Pilgrim vs. the World -The Social Network -Toy Story 3 -True Grit -Winter’s Bone Best Director -Darren Aronofsky, Black...
Posted On 03 Jan 2011

Central Ohio Film Critics Go Up in the Air

They named Up in the Air their best film, and Inglourious Basterds took four of their awards – seriously, they have good taste out in Ohio – In the Loop at number 7? That’s fantastic. The Hurt Locker is placed a bit low, I figure: Complete list of awards: Best...
Posted On 08 Jan 2010