‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ sweeps National Society of Film Critics Awards

“Inside Llewyn Davis” swept up four award from the National Society of Film Critics: Best Picture, Director, Actor and Cinematography. Below are the point scores resulting from the voting:

BEST PICTURE
1. “Inside Llewyn Davis” – 23
2.  “American Hustle” – 17
3. “12 Years a Slave” – 16
3. “Her” – 16

BEST DIRECTOR
1. Joel and Ethan Coen (“Inside Llewyn Davis”) – 25
2.  Alfonso Cuarón (“Gravity”) – 18
3.  Steve McQueen (“12 Years a Slave”) – 15

BEST ACTOR
1.  Oscar Isaac (“Inside Llewyn Davis”) – 28
2.  Chiwetel Ejiofor (“12 Years a Slave”) – 19
3.  Robert Redford (“All Is Lost”) – 12

BEST ACTRESS
1. Cate Blanchett (“Blue Jasmine”) – 57
2.  Adèle Exarchopoulos (“Blue Is the Warmest Color”) – 36
3. Julie Delpy (“Before Midnight”) – 26

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
1. James Franco (“Spring Breakers”) – 24
2. Jared Leto (“Dallas Buyers Club”) – 20
3. Barkhad Abdi (“Captain Phillips”) – 14

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
1. Jennifer Lawrence (“American Hustle”) – 54
2. Lupita Nyong’o (“12 Years a Slave”) – 38
3.  Sally Hawkins (“Blue Jasmine”) – 18
3.  Léa Seydoux (“Blue Is the Warmest Color”) – 18

BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM
1. “Blue Is the Warmest Color” – 27
2.  “A Touch of Sin” – 21
3.  “The Great Beauty” – 15

BEST NON-FICTION FILM
(Tie)
1. “The Act of Killing” (Joshua Oppenheimer) – 20
1. “At Berkeley” (Frederick Wiseman) – 20
3. “Leviathan” (Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel) – 18

BEST SCREENPLAY
1. “Before Midnight” (Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke) – 29
2.  “Inside Llewyn Davis” (Joel and Ethan Coen) – 26
3.  “American Hustle” (Eric Singer and David O. Russell) – 18

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
1. “Inside Llewyn Davis” (Bruno Delbonnel) -28
2.”Gravity” (Emmanuel Lubezki) –  26
3. “Nebraska” (Phedon Papamichael) – 19

EXPERIMENTAL FILM

Leviathan (Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel), a nonfiction film about

FILM HERITAGE AWARD

To the Museum of Modern Art, for its wide-ranging retrospective of the films of Allan Dwan.

“Too Much Johnson”:  the surviving reels from Orson Welles’s first professional film. Discovered by Cinemazero (Pordenone) and Cineteca del Friuli; funded by the National Film Preservation Foundation; and restored by the George Eastman House.

British Film Institute for restorations of Alfred Hitchcock’s nine silent features.

To the DVD “American Treasures from the New Zealand Film Archive.”
 

BEST FILM STILL AWAITING AMERICAN DISTRIBUTION
“Stray Dogs” (Tsai Ming-liang)
“Hide Your Smiling Faces” (Daniel Patrick Carbone)

DEDICATION: The meeting was dedicated to the memory of two distinguished members of the Society who died in 2013: Roger Ebert and Stanley Kauffmann.

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