A hattip to Will Mavity (@mavericksmovies) of Next Best Picture linking to these. The Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA) is a group of around 50 film critics from the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia who have…
H/T to Will Mavity (@mavericksmovies) for the Detroit Film Critics Society's list. Winners will be announced Monday, December 19th.
The Edge of Seventeen
Hell or High Water
Manchester by the Sea
La La Land…
My hometown critics have weighed in with their views of the best of 2016 cinema. (And in the off-chance you're wondering if I'm part of the Phoenix Film Critics Society, to quote Groucho Marx by way of Woody Allen, "I would never want to…
Moonlight leads this year's Chicago Film Critics Assosciation nominees with 11 nominations. Jackie and Manchester by the Sea have eight apiece. Full press release here.
Winners will be announced on December 15th.
Thanks to longtime pal Will Mavity (@mavericksmovies) for the heads up! Arrival, La La Land, and Moonlight lead this year's SFFCC field with eight nominations each.
Hell or High Water
La La Land
Everyman Award for Best Film
Bridget Jones’s Baby
WINNER – I, Daniel Blake
WINNER – Hugh Grant, Florence Foster Jenkins
Dave Johns, I, Daniel Blake
Dev Patel, Lion
Russell Tovey, The…
(Thanks to Paddy @screenonscreen for staying voraciously on top of these tips)
Think the citizens in various areas of California are any more in agreement about anything than the citizens in various areas all across America? Of course…
The Denver Film Critics names American Sniper tops, with Rosamund Pike Best Actress. The usual suspects otherwise, check it out here.
The Alliance of Women Film Journalists announce Boyhood tops, with Gillian Flynn taking adapted…
(Press Release) -The Boston Online Film Critics Association have chosen their winners for 2014. Awards were selected via a system of online voting and announced on their website at www.bofca.com.
After spirited and competitive voting,…
phantom has put together a handy table showing at a glance all the major honors awarded by the principle critics groups. Check out the full-size chart after the cut. (There's a larger version less compressed at phantom's AwardsCorner blog…
(thanks to -- guess who? -- Paddy at ScreenOnScreen)
1. 12 Years a Slave
1. Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave)
2. Spike Jonze (Her)
1. Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave)
A couple of days ago the San Diego Film Critics Association named their nominees for the best of 2103. Today they've chosen their winners.
Alfonso Cuarón, GRAVITY
Cate Blanchett, BLUE…
The Los Angeles film critics isn't what it used to be, it must be said. Back in the day, LA print critics were in the group and they voted accordingly. Many of the members now do not write specifically from Los Angeles - they do all of…
The Lancashire Film Critics are emerging with a reputation for awarding the best efforts of British filmmakers. Check out their interesting choices from the past 5 years.
Les Misérables by Tom Hooper
Nevada Film Critics
Ben Affleck (Argo)
Kathryn Bigelow (Zero Dark Thirty)
John Hawkes (The Sessions)
Helen Hunt (The Sessions)
Jennifer Lawrence (Silver Linings…
The IndieWire Critics' Poll is so thoroughly exhaustive, it's exhausting just trying to get a manageable list trimmed down to post. IndieWire surveys nearly 160 critics and reveals all the internal numbers. So you can see the integrity of…
Picture: Tree of Life
7. The Descendants
8. A Better Life
9. My Week With Marylin
10. The Help
Best Director: Steve McQueen (Shame)