Winners // 2018 DETROIT FILM CRITICS SOCIETY AWARDS

Eighth Grade has picked up its first Best Picture win of the season.



The Detroit Film Critics Society, a group of 21 film critics in Michigan's major cities, has voted A24's Eighth Grade as the year's best film.


The awards were spread pretty evenly throughout some of the season's most-buzzed-about films and performers. Toni Collette picked up the actress prize for Hereditary. Adam McKay earned the Best Director prize for Vice.


FULL LIST OF WINNERS:


BEST PICTURE


EIGHTH GRADE


BEST DIRECTOR


Adam McKay

VICE


BEST ACTOR


Ethan Hawke

FIRST REFORMED


BEST ACTRESS


Toni Collette

HEREDITARY


BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR


Josh Hamilton

EIGHTH GRADE


BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS


Regina King

IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK


BEST ENSEMBLE


Cast of VICE


BREAKTHROUGH


Bo Burnham

EIGHTH GRADE


BEST SCREENPLAY


Adam McKay

VICE (tie)


Nick Vallelonga, Brian Hayes Currie, Peter Farrelly

GREEN BOOK (tie)


BEST DOCUMENTARY


THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS


BEST ANIMATED FEATURE


SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE


BEST USE OF MUSIC


A STAR IS BORN

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