NYFCC taps Johnston

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Radar magazine reviewer Andrew Johnston has been named chairman of the New York Film Critics Circle, which will announce its 69th annual film awards Dec. 15.

Johnston takes the post from Journal News/Gannett News critic Marshall Fine, who presided over the 2002 awards, when Todd Haynes’ “Far From Heaven” won the top honor.

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