"The Hurt Locker" was hailed as best picture by the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.
Critics’ Choice Awards
MSN Movies columnist James Rocchi chose essentially the same films and performances when voting this year for both the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. and the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. awards.
Broadcast Film Critics Assn. president Joey Berlin believes his organization's Critics' Choice Movie Awards is narrowing the gap, and that parity with the Golden Globes is close at hand.
2008BFCA “Slumdog Millionaire” Sean Penn, “Milk” Meryl Streep, “Doubt”/Anne Hathaway, “Rachel Getting Married” (tie) OSCAR “Slumdog Millionaire” Sean Penn, “Milk” Kate Winslet, “The Reader” 2007BFCA…
Quebec helmer Denis Villeneuve's "Polytechnique," inspired by the true story of a mass murder at a Montreal university in 1989, won the Toronto Film Critics Assn. best Canadian film award on Tuesday…
Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" has won for best pic, director, actor.
"Up in the Air" and "Precious" were tops among Florida crix, who handed out their annual Florida Film Critics Circle awards to their top picks of 2009.
Kathryn Bigelow's Iraq War actioner swept the Chicago Film Critics' Assn. awards.
British coming-of-ager "An Education" topped the London Film Critics' Circle Awards nominations.
The Las Vegas Film Critics have named 'Hurt Locker' best picture at its 2009 Sierra awards.
"Up in the Air" continues to impress critics as the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association.
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