Winners // 2018 NEW YORK FILM CRITICS CIRCLE AWARDS

Netflix's Roma wins multiple awards, including Best Picture.



Traditionally, the New York Film Critics Circle is the first critics group to weigh in with their annual picks each year. This year, the group has selected Alfonso Cuarón's Roma as the year's best film.


The autobiographical drama also earned prizes for directing and cinematography.


The NYFCC has a good track record with awards season. Last year's Best Picture winner, Lady Bird, went on to earn five Academy Award nominations, including one for Best Picture.


With Roma winning the top prize, Netflix's chances to truly enter the awards race for the time are more solid. But, the real story from NYFCC's winners is the call for Best Actress of Regina Hall for Support the Girls. The film and Hal's performance had been left out of most awards conversations, but she's earned nominations from multiple awards bodies already, including the Gotham Awards and the Indie Spirit Awards.


The NYFCC was founded in 1935.


FULL LIST OF WINNERS:


BEST PICTURE


ROMA


BEST DIRECTOR


Alfonso Cuarón

ROMA


BEST ACTOR


Ethan Hawke

FIRST REFORMED


BEST ACTRESS


Regina Hall

SUPPORT THE GIRLS


BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR


Richard E. Grant

CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?


BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS


Regina King

IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK


BEST ANIMATED FILM


SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY


ROMA


BEST FIRST FILM


EIGHTH GRADE


BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM


COLD WAR


BEST NONFICTION FILM


MINDING THE GAP


SPECIAL AWARD


David Schwartz

In honor of his 33 years of service to the Museum of the Moving Image


SPECIAL AWARD


Kino Classics box set: PIONEERS: FIRST WOMEN FILMMAKERS

© 2018 by Scottie Knollin.

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