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Critics’ Choice Awards
Alain Resnais' "Private Fears in Public Places" was voted best Gallic film of 2006 by the French Union of Film Critics on Monday night. The awards, first given in 1946, are voted on by the 200-plus…
The U.K.'s regional film journalists have named "Pan's Labyrinth" as their film of the year and feted its Mexican director Guillermo del Toro as their filmmaker of the year in their inaugural film…
Martin Scorsese's "The Departed" won the top prize at the St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Assn. Awards, which also named the helmer as best director.
"Dreamgirls" and "Little Miss Sunshine" were clearly the critics' darlings when the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. doled out its Critics' Choice kudos Friday night in Santa Monica.
The Online Film Critics Society have selected Sept. 11 drama "United 93" as its best picture of the year while awarding Martin Scorsese director honors for his helming of "The Departed."
The National Society of Film Critics went foreign for its best picture choice on Saturday, voting Guillermo Del Toro's political fantasy "Pan's Labyrinth" the best movie of the year.
The Kansas City Film Critics Circle have selected "United 93" its top pic for the year and director Paul Greengrass as best helmer.
The 2006-07 Metro Manila Film Festival presented its top prize to "Enteng Kabisote 3: The Legend Goes On and On," a comedy loosely derived from the TV series "Bewitched."
The Online Film Critics Society has nominated "Babel," "Children of Men," "The Departed," "Pan's Labyrinth" and "United 93" as its best pics of the year, with a winner to be announced Jan. 8.
"United 93" continues to fly high as the Sept. 11 drama took top honors with the Austin Film Critics. "Children of Men" also fared well, with director Alfonso Cuaron winning, as well as adapted…