New York Film Critics Jump The Gun, Unveil New November Awards Voting Date The NY Film Critics Circle is meeting now to determine its 2011 movie awards, unveiling its winners via its Twitter feed. The first of the biggies was just posted:...Show More Summary
The New York Film Critics Circle plans to vote on their awards without seeing "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close."
The New York Film Critics Circle has delayed by one day the group’s annual movie awards to allow its 33 members to see David Fincher’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo from Sony. Instead of Monday November 28 the New York critics will announce their verdicts on the year’s best cinema work on Tuesday November 29. Show More Summary
The New York Film Critics Circle retreated a bit today from its controversial decision to move its annual 2011 awards vote up to Nov. 28 -- thus becoming the first in the country -- by delaying it 24 hours to Nov. 29. NYFCC chairman John Anderson cited "conflicting schedules" as the motive. Show More Summary
The New York Film Critics Circle in October shifted its annual award selection up two weeks, making it the first critics' group in the country to announce picks. The group now announces that it will delay its selection one day to be able to see David Fincher's "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo."
The New York Film Critics Circle will jump to the front of the awards season line by holding its vote on November 28 — two weeks earlier than usual, and ahead of the National Review Board and the L.A. Critics Association. This means,...Show More Summary
The New York Film Critics Circle announced Wednesday that it will hand out its annual awards, including its selection for the best film of the year, on Nov. 28, two full weeks ahead of the usual date, in an effort to garner more attention for its choices.
This is interesting: The New York Film Critics Circle announced today that it has moved up its 2011 awards-voting conference to Nov. 28 -- two full weeks prior to its usual mid-December vote and right to the front of the line in terms of awards-season tone-setting and influence.
The San Francisco Film Critics Circle voted for its 2009 award winners this evening and "The Hurt Locker," about a U.S. military bomb squad working in Iraq, was a two-time winner. Mick LaSalle and...
Today, May 23, Art21 will receive the George Foster Peabody Award for its feature film, William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible. The Peabody Award is widely considered the most prestigious in the realm of broadcast media. It is determined through a single criterion – excellence – and the award itself, therefore, has become synonymous with the [...]
EXCLUSIVE: If you're an Al Pacino fan and are attending the Venice International Film Festival, circle Sunday September 4 on your calendar. On that day, Pacino will be awarded the Jaeger-Le Coultre Glory to the Filmmaker 2011 Award, presented to an artist who has left an original mark on contemporary cinema. Show More Summary
Livia Firth has been living the “Green Carpet Challenge” for over a year now. The challenge is in partnership with UK Vogue as the wife of Colin Firth promises to wear only ethical and sustainable fashions on the red carpet during awards season. Now that The King’s Speech is sweeping most of the awards, Livia [...]
Awards season sweeps on in all its glory. And when we talk about the London Critics' Circle Film Awards, we do mean glory. More »
"The Social Network" took top prize over "The King's Speech," and it won best director (David Fincher) and best screenwriter (Aaron Sorkin) to boot.
The year of 2010 was certainly full of fantastic movies, and today (February 10) “The Social Network” and “The King’s Speech” took the top awards at the 31st London Film Critics' Circle Awards. The highest honor, which is Film of the...Show More Summary
The London Film Critics’ Circle will award Scott Thomas its highest honour, The Dilys Powell Award at its awards show on February 10 at BFI Southbank. The Anglo-French actress will collect her award in person. Scott Thomas has 3 movies...Show More Summary
Ever willing to take a slight to its nuclear hissy fit conclusion, New York Press contrarian Armond White has issued a response to all those who took issue with his controversial stint hosting the New York Film Critics Circle Awards, and not surprisingly, it’s chock-full of even more castigation and spittle-flecked paranoia. Show More Summary
It was only a matter of time before notorious New York Press film critic Armond White would respond to the controversy over the recent New York Film Critics Circle Awards, where NYFCC chairman White called other critics "fascists," then...Show More Summary
Colin Firth, an Oscar frontrunner for his role as the stuttering monarch in "The King's Speech," attends a posh luncheon in his honor and receives a prize from the New York Film Critics Circle.
You expect an awards event to be a love fest with presenters presenting in exalted tones and awardees waxing benighted, and grateful. That was true...