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Indiana Film Journalists Association (IFJA) Chooses Moonlight for Best Film, Rebecca Hall for Best Actress

Moonlight has been named the Best Film of 2016 by the Indiana Film Journalists Association (IFJA). The drama won a total of three awards, also taking Best Adapted Screenplay by Barry Jenkins and Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali. Hell or High Water, the runner-up for best film, was also runner-up in two other categories: Best Original Screenplay by Taylor Sheridan and ...

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2016-2017 Awards Tracker – The Critics

Keeping track of who wins what from what group can be confusing so here is a handy-dandy graphic that details the winners of the critics’ awards for this season, in the top categories and color-coded by movie. Keep checking back for updates! Click on the image for a larger look. You can also follow these two Awards Trackers – a ...

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Las Vegas Critics Go Ga-Ga for La La Land

La La Land danced its way into the hearts of Las Vegas Film Critics, taking home seven awards including; Best Picture, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Score, Song, Art Direction and Best Director for Damien Chazelle. Manchester by the Sea garnished three awards with Casey Affleck winning as Best Actor and Lucas Hedges with the Youth in Film Award. Natalie Portman as ...

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Chicago Film Critics Choose Moonlight as 2016’s Best Picture

The Chicago Film Critics Association has announced their winners for the best in film for 2016 and Moonlight is their Best Picture. The film also won Best Director for Barry Jenkins and Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali. Manchester by the Sea won the most awards, four, including Best Actor for Casey Affleck and Best Supporting Actress for Michelle Williams. ...

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La La Land Leads 2016 Phoenix Film Critics Society Nominations

La La Land leads the Phoenix Film Critics Society nominations with 13. Winners will be announced December 20th. BEST PICTURE A Monster Calls Arrival Florence Foster Jenkins Hacksaw Ridge Hell or High Water La La Land Manchester By The Sea Moonlight Nocturnal Animals Sing Street BEST DIRECTOR Mel Gibson – Hacksaw Ridge David Mackenzie – Hell or High Water Damien ...

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