Our friends at the International Cinephile Society have announced their 2012 nominees.
• Cloud Atlas
• Django Unchained
• Holy Motors
• The Master
• Moonrise Kingdom
• Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
• Zero Dark Thirty
Full list of nominees at the ICS site.
A Separation wins best picture, ensemble, original screenplay and film not in the English language, while The Tree of Life takes best director at the ICS Awards.
01. A Separation
02. The Tree of Life
03. Mysteries of Lisbon
04. Certified Copy
07. Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
09. Meek’s Cutoff
The International Cinephile Society has announced its nominees for the 9th Annual ICS Awards. A Separation leads the field with 10 nominations, followed by Mysteries of Lisbon with 9, and The Tree of Life and Drive with 7 each. The winners, along with ranked lists for Best Picture and Best Film Not in the English Language, will be announced on February 21, 2012.
Jacques Audiard’s darkly gorgeous prison drama A Prophet has broken loose from the pack, winning the International Cinephile Society’s award for best picture of 2010. The French, Corsican and Arabic feature also received kudos for best film not in the English language, along with Audiard’s tense yet strangely mystical direction, and supporting actor Niels...
From the International Cinephile Society press release:
The Coen brothers‚Äô profound and hilarious retelling of the Book of Job, set in a midwestern Jewish suburb in 1967 on the cusp of the Sexual Revolution, has won the ICS award for best film of 2009. Best director and original screenplay kudos also went to Joel and Ethan Coen‚Äôs A Serious Man, perhaps their...
The International Cinephile Society has announced its nominees for the 2009 cinematic year. Inglourious Basterds leads the field with 10 nominations, followed by A Serious Man with 8, and The Hurt Locker and The White Ribbon with 6 apiece. The winners, along with ranked lists for Best Picture and Best Film Not in the English Language, will be announced on February 17,...
The International Cinephile Society (ICS) and the Online Cinema Awards have announced winners. We went over who they were when they annouced their nominees. Some of them come from our forums. First up, Milk sweeps the INOCA’s:
Gus Van Sant, Milk
Sean Penn, Milk
Sally Hawkins, Happy-Go-Lucky
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
The International Cinephile Society has announced its nominees for the 2008 cinematic year. Leading the field with 8 nominations each are Milk and The Dark Knight. The winners, along with ranked lists for Best Picture and Best Film Not in the English Language, will be announced on February 13, 2009.
‚Ä¢ A Christmas Tale
‚Ä¢ The Dark Knight