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Inside Llewyn Davis sweeps National Society of Film Critics Awards

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Best Picture: “Inside Llewyn Davis” (23) Runners-up: “American Hustle” (17); “12 Years a Slave” (16); “Her” (16) Director: Joel and Ethan Coen, “Inside Llewyn Davis” (25) Runners-up: Alfonso Cuaron, “Gravity” (18); Steve McQueen, “12 Years a Slave” (15) Actor: Oscar Isaac, “Inside Llewyn Davis” (28) Runners-up: Chiwetel Ejiofor, “12 Years a Slave” (19); Robert Redford, “All Is Lost” (12) Actress: Cate Blanchett, “Blue Jasmine” (57) Runners-up: Adele Exarchopoulos, “Blue Is…

Amour tops National Society of Film Critics

Amour tops National Society of Film Critics

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BEST PICTURE *1. Amour (Sony Classics) – 28 2. The Master – 25 3. Zero Dark Thirty – 18 BEST DIRECTOR *1. Michael Haneke (Amour) – 27 2. Kathryn Bigelow – 24 2. Paul Thomas Anderson – 24

National Society of Film Critics

National Society of Film Critics

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BEST PICTURE *1. Melancholia – 29 (Lars von Trier) 2. The Tree of Life – 28 (Terrence Malick) 3. A Separation – 20 (Asghar Farhadi) BEST DIRECTOR *1. Terrence Malick – 31 (The Tree of Life) 2. Martin Scorsese – 29 (Hugo) 3. Lars von Trier – 23 (Melancholia) BEST ACTOR *1. Brad Pitt – 35 (Moneyball, The Tree of Life) 2. Gary Oldman – 22 (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy)…

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Social Network Sweeps National Society of Film Critics

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Complete list of winners and runners-up from the National Society of Film Critics, with vote break-downs for the top three films in each category (via IndieWire) BEST PICTURE *1. The Social Network 61 2. Carlos 28 3. Winter‚Äôs Bone 18 BEST DIRECTOR *1. David Fincher 66 ‚Äì The Social Network 2. Olivier Assayas 36 ‚Äì Carlos 3. Roman Polanski 29 ‚Äì The Ghost Writer BEST ACTOR *1. Jesse Eisenberg 30…

Anticipating the National Society of Film Critics

Anticipating the National Society of Film Critics

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Unlike many of the major critics’ groups, the National Society of Film Critics really do think outside the box.¬† Their winner last year, for instance, was Waltz with Bashir for Best Film. There are a great many films this year that could take their Best Film prize. My prediction is that they’ll choose The Hurt Locker as the best film of the year, and that would be a great choice,…

National Society Watch

National Society Watch

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Thanks to Ross for reminding us that the National Society of Film Critics announces today (I don’t think they’ve announced yet). Last year, they sort of backed up what the LA Film Critics had said when they named Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood as their choice for the year’s best.¬† And the recent winners: 2006-Pan’s Labyrinth 2005-Capote 2004-Million Dollar Baby 2003-American Splendour 2002-The Pianist 2001-Mulholland Drive 2000-Yi-Yi There…