Michael Haneke's "Amour" proved the big winner at the 33rd London Critics' Circle Film Awards, which took place Sunday night at London's Mayfair Hotel.
London Film Critics Circle
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Helmer-scribe Michael Haneke's "Amour" and Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" lead the noms of the 33rd London Critics' Circle Film Awards with seven each.
Helmer Darren Aronofsky's "The Wrestler" body-slammed the London Film Critics' Circle Awards on Wednesday, winning best film and actor for Mickey Rourke.
The London Film Critics' Circle has named "No Country for Old Men" as its film of the year.
Directing Accolades:Taxi Driver (1976)National Society of Film Critics AwardCannes Film Festival Palme d'Or Raging Bull (1980)National Society of Film Critics AwardOscar nominationGolden Globe…
Penelope Gilliatt, novelist, playwright and former film critic for the New Yorker magazine, died Sunday after a long illness. She was 61.
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