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"Social Network" Sweep Keeps Coming With Southeastern Film Critics

Photo of Peter Knegt By Peter Knegt | Indiewire December 13, 2010 at 6:13AM

The Southeastern Film Critics named "The Social Network" their best film of the year, continuing the film's critic award dominance. It also took awards for best director, best adapted screenplay and best ensemble.
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The Southeastern Film Critics named "The Social Network" their best film of the year, continuing the film's critic award dominance. It also took awards for best director, best adapted screenplay and best ensemble.

Full list of announced winners below. Check out a list of all the awards so far this year here.

TOP TEN FILMS
1 - The Social Network
2 - The King's Speech
3 - Winter's Bone
4- Black Swan
5 - Inception
6 - True Grit
7 - Toy Story 3
8 - 127 Hours
9 - The Fighter
10 - The Kids Are All Right

BEST ACTOR
Winner- Colin Firth (The King's Speech)
Runner-up - James Franco (127 Hours)

BEST ACTRESS
Winner - Natalie Portman (Black Swan)
Runner-up - Jennifer Lawrence (Winter's Bone)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Winner - Geoffrey Rush (The King's Speech)
Runner-up - Christian Bale (The Fighter)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Winner - Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit)
Runner-up - Melissa Leo (The Fighter)

BEST ENSEMBLE
Winner - The Social Network
Runner-up - Winter's Bone

BEST DIRECTOR
Winner - David Fincher, The Social Network
Runner-up - Christopher Nolan, Inception

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Winner - The King's Speech
Runner-up - Inception

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Winner - The Social Network
Runner-up -Winter's Bone

BEST DOCUMENTARY
Winner - Inside Job
Runner-up - Exit Through the Gift Shop

BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM
Winner - Mother
Runner-up - Biutiful

BEST ANIMATED FILM
Winner - Toy Story 3
Runner-up - How To Train Your Dragon

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Winner - True Grit
Runner-up - Inception

The GENE WYATT AWARD for FILM THAT BEST EVOKES THE SPIRIT OF THE SOUTH
Winner: Winter's Bone
Runner-up - Get Low

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