• Events
SEE ALL
Mar 8
Talk
About Djaïli Amadou Amal and Fabienne Kanor ONLINE @ University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa @Georgia State University in Atlanta, @University of Iowa @Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States - Atlanta Office.
Mar 8
Talk
About Djaïli Amadou Amal and Fabienne Kanor ONLINE @ University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa @Georgia State University in Atlanta, @University of Iowa @Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States - Atlanta Office.

Awards For France From New York Film Critics Circle

Every year at the beginning of December, the New York Film Critics Circle, a group of critics from daily and weekly newspapers, magazines and online publications, gathers to vote on the best films and performances of the past year. They are the first group in the country's long award season to vote and announce their results. Their choices often indicate future Academy Award nominations and winners.

This year, a French movie and a French film professional have been recognized by the NYCC: Blue Is the Warmest Color received the “Best Foreign Language Film” award, and Bruno Delbonnel won “Best Cinematography” for his work on Inside Llewyn Davis.

 

Here is the complete list of the 2013 NYCC awards:

 

Best FilmAmerican Hustle

Best ActorRobert Redford, All Is Lost

Best ActressCate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

Best DirectorSteve McQueen, 12 Years A Slave

Best Supporting ActressJennifer Lawrence, American Hustle

Best Foreign Language FilmBlue Is The Warmest Color

Best Supporting ActorJared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club

Best Animated FilmThe Wind Rises

Best ScreenplayAmerican Hustle

Special AwardFrederick Wiseman

Best CinematographyBruno Delbonnel, Inside Llewyn Davis

Best First FilmFruitvale Station

Best Non-fiction Film (Documentary)Stories We Tell

MORE IN FILM, TV & NEW MEDIA