Stephen Frears' "The Queen" has been tapped film of the year by the Toronto Film Critics Assn., which announces its annual awards today.
Critics’ Choice Awards
"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.
"United 93" was named top film of the year by the Washington, D.C., Area Film Critics Assn. Awards for actor and actress went to Forest Whitaker for "The Last King of Scotland" and Helen Mirren for…
The New York Film Critics Circle on Monday named "United 93" the best picture of 2006, edging out Miramax's "The Queen" after a series of close ballots. Martin Scorsese took director honors for his…
The Boston Society of Film Critics mobbed up for "The Departed," naming the Boston-set gangster pic the best film of 2006. The movie (shot in Boston and New York) also won for director (Martin…
"Letters From Iwo Jima," Clint Eastwood's account of the fierce World War II battle from the Japanese point of view, was chosen best picture of 2006 by the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. after…
"Brokeback Mountain" took the two main awards at the 11th London Critics' Circle Awards, dished out Wednesday at London's Dorchester hotel.
"Brokeback Mountain" was named top film at the 11th annual Broadcast Film Critics Association's Critics' Choice awards on Monday night. Pic also earned the director nod for Ang Lee, while co-star…
It seems to be all over but the shouting. The motion picture awards season, which began back in September when such now-prized items as "Brokeback Mountain" and "Capote" unspooled at the Toronto Film…