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2012 Boston Society Of Film Critics Winners

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Hello, Ezra Miller.

Definitely a more than welcome addition to this relatively straightforward batch of winners, I personally feel he was robbed of Award attention for 2011’s We Need To Talk About Kevin – the ever vigilant BIFA nominated him, however.

Though his nomination here is certain to keep the race unchanged, and though it would also be nice to see the fearless Logan Lerman receive some recognition, this is the only real talking point from Boston’s Oscar-ready candidates.

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2012 International Documentary Association Award Winners

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Searching For Sugar Man keeps its rather impressive streak going by taking the top prize at the IDA Awards, as well as Best Music. Last year’s Best Documentary Short Oscar winner, Saving Face, takes Best Short and the constantly nominated How To Survive A Plague wins David France the Jacqueline Donnet Emerging Documentary Filmmaker Award.

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2012 New York Film Critics Circle Winners

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It’s bongo time again, kids.

Matthew McConaughey walks away with yet another prize, this time for his work in both Bernie and Magic Mike. But that’s not the main point of interest here, with Rachel Weisz winning Best Actress for The Deep Blue Sea and Zero Dark Thirty taking away three on the night.

It’s nice to see a fresh bunch of winners alongside the frontrunners, but Zero Dark Thirty is set to be a very strong contender in the lead up to February 24th.

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