The Women Film Critics Circle has its say on the best and the worst cinema had to offer women this year.
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It is a three-way race to become the official “critical darling” of 2011.
‘The Descendants’ remains on a roll as does Michelle Williams of ‘My Week With Marilyn’.
The Film Critics’ poll chose to honor not top Oscar contenders, but instead a slew of less-widely seen films sadly lacking a Weinstein-caliber Awards campaign.
Alexander Payne’s latest keeps up its Oscar momentum, and ‘The Help’ is declared the 2011 film that best embodies “the spirit of the South.”
The Descendants is named Best Picture, while Drive takes home 4 awards…
Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan honored for their performances in Shame.
The Artist leads with 6 nominations. The Descendants, The Ides of March, Midnight in Paris, Moneyball, Hugo and The Help also recognized, while Tree of Life and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close are snubbed.
They give the acting awards to a unique group of peope
Trying to predict the HFPA’s list of nominations to be announced tomorrow
Take Shelter’s Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain score acting awards
‘The Artist’ doesn’t dominate with this group. Instead it’s two films that could use a boost anyway.
First wins for Jean Dujardin and Nicolas Winding Refn
‘The Artist’ and ‘Hugo’ receive 11 nominations. BFCA becomes first group to recognize ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’.
Drive gets 9 nominations and The Artist gets 8
Tree of Life takes home another award, as does Woody Harrelson, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer and Albert Brooks
Melissa McCarthy takes home another big prize from this group of online critics.
Awards also go to Albert Brooks, Michelle Williams, Brad Pitt, and a surprise winner for Best Supporting Actress…
‘The Artist’ and Albert Brooks continue to roll along and scoop up precursor awards.
The Houston Film Critics Society snubs Glenn Close, recognizes Win Win