"There Will Be Blood" was the top winner Sunday in annual kudos handed out by the New York Film Critics Online.
Critics’ Choice Awards
The Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. proved a bloodthirsty lot on Sunday, giving Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood" four awards, including picture and director.
The Boston Society of Film Critics dealt out its own hand of winners at this year's meeting, with kudos going to favorites such as "No Country for Old Men," "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" and…
The New York Film Critics' Circle is expanding.
Korean filmmakers will be raking in the hardware tonight with the eighth Busan Film Critics Awards and the third Premiere Rising Star Awards doling out their respective prizes.
Patrick Tam's "After This our Exile" walked off with five prizes at the 12th Golden Bauhinia Awards on Saturday.
VH1 is making its first push into awards-season programming, inking a three-year deal for the Critics Choice Awards. Net will run the show live Jan. 7 from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, also…
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.
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