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‘Lady Bird’ voted best picture by critics
    2018-January-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

“LADY Bird” won four awards, including best picture, from the National Society of Film Critics (NSFC) on Saturday.

The acclaimed film also won for best director and best screenplay (Greta Gerwig) and best supporting actress (Laurie Metcalf). Star Saoirse Ronan was also the first runner-up in the best actress category, with the top prize going to Sally Hawkins for her work in both “The Shape of Water” and “Maudie.”

Best actor went to Daniel Kaluuya for “Get Out.” Writer-director Jordan Peele’s acclaimed horror film was also a runner-up for best picture, director and screenplay. Best supporting actor went to Willem Dafoe of “The Florida Project.”

Voting for the annual awards took place Saturday at New York’s Film Society of Lincoln Center with NSFC chair Justin Chang announcing the winners and runners-up live, category by category.

Last year, “Moonlight” won top honors from the NSFC, with the Barry Jenkins-directed movie taking four awards, including best picture.

The NSFC is made up of 59 of the country’s top film critics and is chaired by the Los Angeles Times’ Chang. Founded in 1966, the NSFC elects its members from outlets across the country, including critics from The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, The Village Voice, The Christian Science Monitor and NPR. This year marks the 52nd meeting of its voters. Before voting began, the group said this year’s awards are dedicated to late film critic and historian Richard Schickel, who was a founding member of the NSFC. Schickel died in February last year. The group also recognized late Lincoln Plaza Cinemas co-founder Dan Talbot with one of its two film heritage awards.

(SD-Agencies)

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