American film critics gathered in New York and Los Angeles to vote for the annual awards.
The National Society of Film Critics held votes for its annual film awards on Saturday in New York and Los Angeles.
Voting will be done in the usual weighted voting fashion. In each category, critics submit ballots containing their top three picks. 3 points are awarded for the first choice, 2 points for the second choice and 1 point for the third choice. The film with the most points in each category will be declared the winner. If the first ballot does not declare a winner, the committee will continue to vote until consensus is reached (where else have you seen that this week?)
Last year’s awards were dominated by Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s adaptation of Murakami’s Drive My Car, with Hidetoshi Nishijima winning Best Picture, Director, Screenplay and Best Actor. Penelope Cruz wins Best Actress for “Parallel Mothers” directed by Pedro Almodovar, while Ruth Negga and Anders Danielsen Lee win Best Supporting Actress and Actor for “Passing” and “Worst Person in the World.” ” was awarded.
Ahead of today’s vote, the National Society of Film Critics tweeted: As a film critic for the Los Angeles Times and other publications, she writes about her films with contagious glee and enviable skill. we miss her ”
Continue reading for the full list of winners. Updated live as winners are announced.
Best Non-Fiction Film:
Best Actress: Cate Blanchett “TAR”
runner up: Michelle Williams “The Fabelmans”, Tilda Swinton “The Eternal Daughter”, Michelle Yeoh “Everything Everywhere All at Once”
Best Supporting Actress Award:
Best Supporting Actor:
Best Screenplay Award:
Best Cinematography Award:
Film Heritage Award:
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