Utah critics joined New York and Utah scribes in naming "United 93" as the pic of the year at the Utah Film Critics Association Awards. The critics also continued Helen Mirren's winning ways with…
Critics’ Choice Awards
The season's royal duo, Forest Whitaker and Helen Mirren, were once again given the royal treatment for their roles in "The Last King of Scotland" and "The Queen" by critics at the first annual…
Chicago's film critics have selected "The Departed" as the top feature of 2006, while the pic's Martin Scorsese took the director nod and William Monahan won for adapted screenplay.
Toronto selection "Family Ties" and Hong Sang-soo pic "Woman on the Beach" carried home the respective top prizes at the Critics' Choice Awards and the Directors' Cut Awards, two of South Korea's…
The Florida Film Critics Circle have selected "The Departed" as its best film of the year, while naming Martin Scorsese as top director.
"Letters From Iwo Jima" captured best picture honors from the San Diego Film Critics Society while its helmer, Clint Eastwood, was named top director.
Paul Greengrass' "United 93" continued its winning streak as the pic was named best film of 2006 by Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards. But the 9/11 drama wasn't the only repeat win from crix, as…
Stephen Frears' "The Queen" has been tapped film of the year by the Toronto Film Critics Assn., which announces its annual awards today.
"The Departed" added another critics prize to its long list of achievments as the Martin Scorsese-helmed pic took home the title of film of the year by the Southeastern Film Critics Association.
Breaking from the judgments of critical brethren elsewhere to date, the S.F. Film Critics' Circle selected Todd Field's "Little Children" for its best picture of 2006.
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