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‘Spotlight’ And ‘Carol’ Shine With Big Wins From The National Society Of Film Critics

'Spotlight' And 'Carol' Shine With Big Wins From The National Society Of Film Critics

The National Society Of Film Critics aren’t messing around. While the rest of us clung to the last hours of holiday season freedom on Sunday, they gathered together to name the winners of their annual awards, the big winner is a movie that has been making a quiet impact for the past few months.

Tom McCarthy‘s “Spotlight” won Best Picture and Best Screenplay from the group, but it didn’t take the most prizes. Tied with the film for two awards was “Carol” which took three awards for Best Director and Best Cinematographer, and elsewhere the shine was on “Bridge Of Spies,” “Clouds Of Sils Maria,” “45 Years,” and “Creed,” while big auteur efforts like “The Revenant” and “The Hateful Eight” went away empty handed.

READ MORE: Review: Absorbing And Gripping ‘Spotlight’ Starring Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Mark Ruffalo, And More

Check out the full list of winners below.

Best picture: Spotlight

Best actor: Michael B. Jordan, Creed

Best actress: Charlotte Rampling, 45 Years

Best supporting actor: Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies

Best supporting actress: Kristen Stewart, Clouds of Sils Maria

Best director: Todd Haynes, Carol

Best screenplay: Josh Singer and Tom McCarthy, Spotlight

Best cinematography: Ed Lachman, Carol

Best foreign-language film: Timbuktu

Best non-fiction film: Amy

Film Heritage: Film Society of Lincoln Center/Jake Perlin, Michelle Materre, Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986

Film Heritage: Criterion Collection/LiImmagine Ritrovate for the restoration and packaging of The Apu Trilogy by Satyajit Ray

Film Heritage: Association Chaplin for supervising the digital restoration of Charlie Chaplin’s Essanay Films

Special Citation for a Film Awaiting American Distribution: Radu Muntean’s One Floor Below

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