The Broadcast Film Critics Association's named "The Social Network" as best picture at the Critics' Choice Awards.
Critics’ Choice Awards
Film criticism, like all other media, is not immune to the effects of the information age. As the media landscape changes, so has the very definition of "broadcast."
Ordinarily fractious and independent-minded, critics groups this year are marching in lockstep with a number of their major prizes this awards season.
The Online Film Critics Society has friended "The Social Network" in a major way, awarding the Facebook drama its best picture trophy.
The Online Film Critics Society has tapped "Black Swan," "Inception," "The Social Network," "Toy Story 3," "True Grit" and "Winter's Bone" as its best picture nominees.
The Austin Film Critics Assn. has tapped "Black Swan" as the top 2010 film.
The Black Film Critics Circle has named "The Social Network" its top film of 2010.
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