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2011 London Film Critics’ Circle Award Nominations

I really like these nominations. Possibly more than any other batch so far, simply because the LFCC have been willing to think OUTSIDE THE BOX. It’s not a hard thing to do, but The Golden Globes (whose nominations I haven’t even posted) could seriously learn a thing or two here. Drive and Tinker Tailor lead the way and more recognition has been given to Margaret and A Separation. The best category has got to be Breakthrough British Filmmaker Of The Year – how would you even start to judge that?! Check out the full list of nominations below: Continue reading

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2011 Southeastern Film Critics Association Award Winners

No prizes for The Artist? Well this is rather refreshing. Check out the SEFCA’s winners below: Continue reading

2011 Chicago Film Critics Association Award Winners

Chicago has decided The Tree Of Life rocks its world, Michael Shannon beats out the competition and Miss Chastain should be awarded for her effort with Malick. Check out the full list of winners below: Continue reading

2011 Broadcast Film Critics Association Award Nominations

The BFCA have done two things that make me very happy. They’ve given a hell of a lot of love to Drive (eight nods, in fact) and they’ve nominated Nick Nolte for his absolutely heartbreaking performance in Warrior, a film that will be showcased when I eventually write up my Top Ten of 2011. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy has been left out entirely which is more than a shock and it’s interesting to see Andy Serkis get yet another nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Check out the full list of nominees below: Continue reading

2011 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award Winners

I’m going to be pretentious for a second and show my love for The Tree Of Life’s wins. I bloody loved that film (read my review here) and am glad someone sided with Malick for Best Director. It totally deserves its wins for Cinematography, but something tells me it won’t all play out how I want come January. Also so glad with the amount of recognition Jessica Chastain is getting for her insanely impressive breakout year – and checkout the cheeky nod to X-Men: First Class in regards to Fassbender. Love it. It’s only really the winners for Best Film and Best Actress that are surprises, with a nice shout in regards to Best Screenplay. But anyway, check out the winners in full below: Continue reading

2011 New York Film Critics Online Award Winners

I have to admit that I’m preferring the Awards that don’t feature quite so heavily in regards to The Artist, but hey, I’m just being difficult. Great to see Michael Shannon get some proper recognition here and also very happy to see Albert Brooks continuing today’s little run of wins. But I’m mainly happy about Tintin’s prize, even if it is hard to truly decide whether it is ‘Animated’ or not. Check out the winners in full below: Continue reading

2011 Boston Society Of Film Critics Award Winners

Last year the Boston Society of Film Critics gave Juliette Lewis the Best Supporting Actress prize for Conviction. It’s nice to see they’ve kept their originality in a few categories this year. But check out the love for Margaret! Unfortunately there was only one screening of the film and lots of the voters missed out on it. Hopefully this will change come January?

Check out the full list of winners below: Continue reading