Thursday, September 29, 2022

The 2019 National Society Of Film Critics (NSFC) Winners

By Matt Neglia 

​The National Society Of Film Critics (NSFC) have announced their winners representing the best in film for 2019.

​Click below to see the winners.

Best Picture
Winner: PARASITE (44 points)
Runners-up:
LITTLE WOMEN (27 points) & ONCE UPON A TIME … IN HOLLYWOOD (22 points)

Best Director
Winner: Greta Gerwig, LITTLE WOMEN (39 points)
Runners-up: Bong Joon Ho,
PARASITE (36 points) & Martin Scorsese, THE IRISHMAN (31 points)

Best Non-Fiction Film
Winner: HONEYLAND (33 points)
Runners-up: AMERICAN FACTORY (28 points) APOLLO 11 (27 points)

Best Actress
Winner: Mary Kay Place, DIANE (40 points)
Runners-up: Zhao Tao, ASH IS PUREST WHITE (28 points) & Florence Pugh, MIDSOMMAR (25 points)

Best Actor
Winner: Antonio Banderas, PAIN AND GLORY (69 points)
Runners-up: Adam Driver, MARRIAGE STORY (43 points) & Adam Sandler, UNCUT GEMS (41 points)

Best Supporting Actress
Winner: Laura Dern, MARRIAGE STORY and LITTLE WOMEN (57 points)
Runners-up: Florence Pugh, LITTLE WOMEN (44 points) &
Jennifer Lopez, HUSTLERS (26 points)

Best Supporting Actor
Winner: Brad Pitt, ONCE UPON A TIME … IN HOLLYWOOD (64 points)
Runners-up: Joe Pesci, THE IRISHMAN (30 points),
Wesley Snipes, DOLEMITE IS MY NAME & Song Kang Ho, PARASITE (18 points, tie)

Best Screenplay
Bong Joon Ho and Han Jin Won,
PARASITE (37 points) Runners-up: Quentin Tarantino, ONCE UPON A TIME … IN HOLLYWOOD (34 points) & Greta Gerwig, LITTLE WOMEN (33 points)

Best Cinematography
Winner: Claire Mathon, PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE and ATLANTICS (41 points)
Runners-up: Robert Richardson, ONCE UPON A TIME … IN HOLLYWOOD (29 points) & Yorick Le Saux, LITTLE WOMEN (22 points)

Film Heritage Award: to Rialto Pictures, in its 22nd year, for distributing 4k restorations of beloved classics like KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS and presenting neglected work by masters such as THE WHITE SHEIK and, for the first time, the uncut version of CHRIST STOPPED AT EBOLI

Film Heritage Award: to the Museum of Modern Art for “Private Lives, Public Spaces,” curated by Ron Magliozzi, which makes visible MoMA’s collection of more than 100 years of vernacular moving images, most of them home movies by the famous and unknown.

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Matt Neglia
Matt Negliahttps://nextbestpicture.com/
Obsessed about the Oscars, Criterion Collection and all things film 24/7. Critics Choice Member.

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