Joel and Ethan Coen's "No Country for Old Men" dominated the Toronto Film Critics Assn. Awards, picking up four prizes, including one for best film Tuesday.
Critics’ Choice Awards
"No Country for Old Men" took top honors from the San Diego Film Critics Society on Tuesday. In addition to naming the Coen brothers movie the best film of 2007, the group awarded kudos to…
"No Country for Old Men" took top honors from the Southeastern Film Critics Association on Monday. In addition to naming "No Country" the best film of the year, org gave Best Director and Best…
"No Country for Old Men" continues to win critics' hearts as the Coen brothers' film won top honors from the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association.
"No Country for Old Men" was tops in Chi as the Coen brothers thriller swept the 20th annual Chicago Film Critics Awards with four of the major prizes.
The London Critics Circle has handed out eight nominations apiece to two British movies, "Control" and "Atonement," although neither are in the running for best film.
Breaking away from the most of the other critical bodies this awards season, the San Francisco Film Critics' Circle voted Andrew Dominik's "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford"…
The nominees for the 13th Annual Critics' Choice Awards are. . .
"Into the Wild" led the field with seven nominations for the 13th Critics Choice Awards announced Tuesday morning by the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.
"No Country for Old Men" was the big winner in Monday's voting for the 73rd annual New York Film Critics Circle awards, drawing the picture nod and three other prizes.
On Sunday, the Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Assn. announced its selection of "No Country for Old Men" as best film of 2007.
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