Florida Film Critics Awards 2017
New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2017
Florida Film Critics Awards
Date: Friday, December 22
Location: Florida, USA
Following 3 1/2 hours of consideration, New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2017 the New York Film Critics Circle chose Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird as its best picture. Furthermore, the pic took the best performing artist for Saoirse Ronan’s turn as a Sacramento secondary school senior hoping to get away from the bounds of her northern California main residence.
In entirety, it denoted another enormous honors day for A24 as the New York-based wholesaler additionally observed wins for The Florida Project, with Sean Baker named the best chief and Willem Dafoe bests supporting performer.
One major astonishment halfway through voting: Tiffany Haddish took best-supporting performing artist for Universal’s Girls Trip. What’s more, in the wake of taking best screenplay at the National Board of Review two days prior, Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread won that class again today with the NYFCC. Great given the way that the film just began reviewing before the end of last week for the press.
The NYFCC’s chronicled bellwether rate for deciding Oscar’s best picture is more than 40%. Notwithstanding when they’re off, they’re regularly spot-on in different classifications: two years prior, they gave Mark Rylance best-supporting on-screen character for Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies when nobody saw that win coming at the Oscars.
A year ago, the NYFCC voted in favor of what everybody — including Faye Dunaway — thought would win the best picture: La Land. Different classes in which the Oscars agreed with NYFCC in 2016: best on-screen character (Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea), best supporting performing artist (Mahershala Ali, Moonlight), vivified highlight film (Zootopia), best screenplay (Kenneth Lonergan, Manchester by the Sea) and narrative (O.J.: Made in America).
Honors will be passed out at the NYFCC’s affair supper January 3 at Tao Downtown.
Here’s the full rundown of champs:
Best Film: Lady Bird, dir. Greta Gerwig
Best Director: Sean Baker, The Florida Project
Best First Film: Get Out, dir. Jordan Peele
Best Actor: Timothee Chalamet, Call Me by Your Name
Best Actress: Saoirse Ronan, Lady Bird
Best Supporting Actor: Willem Dafoe, The Florida Project
Best Supporting Actress: Tiffany Haddish, Girls Trip
Best Screenplay: Phantom Thread, Paul Thomas Anderson
Best Cinematography: Mudbound, Rachel Morrison
Best Foreign Language Film: BPM (Beats every Minute), dir. Robin Campillo
Best Documentary: Faces Places, dirs. Agnes Varda, JR
Best Animated Film: Coco, dirs. Lee Unkrich, Adrian Molina
Uncommon Awards: Molly Haskell