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    "Winter's Bone" Leads San Diego Critics Awards

    The San Diego Critics Association announced the wins annual awards, and a much needed burst of the unexpected was present, with "Winter's Bone" becoming the very first film to take a top critic's prize away from "The Social Network." Bone also won best actress (Jennifer Lawrence) and best supporting...

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    "Social Network" Tops San Francisco and Toronto Film Critics' Awards

    Bringing its tally to 10 best picture prizes, "The Social Network" added two more critics prizes to its mantle late today: The San Francisco Film Critics and the Toronto Film Critics Association. In San Francisco, "Network" won best picture, best adapted screenplay and best director (tied with Darr...

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    "Black Swan" Scores Record 12 Nominations at 16th Critics' Choice Awards

    Darren Aronofsky's "Black Swan" got a huge boost this morning as the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) announced the nominations for the 16th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards. "Swan" received a record 12 nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Dire...

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    African-American Critics Go For "The Social Network"

    The African-American Film Critics Association named "The Social Network" their best film of the year, continuing the film's critic award dominance. Other winners included Mark Wahlberg, Halle Berry, Kimberly Elise and Michael Ealy in the acting categories.

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    "Social Network," "Kids Are All Right" Lead New York Critics' Awards

    The New York Film Critics' Circle, widely considered one of the leading organizations of film critics in the country, have announced their annual awards. David Fincher's "The Social Network" continued to dominate all critics' awards here with wins for best picture and best director.

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    "Social Network" Sweep Keeps Coming With Southeastern Film Critics

    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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    "Social Network" Leads Indiana Film Journalists Awards

    "The Social Network" continues to win every single critic award in sight, with the Indiana Film Journalists' Association announcing David Fincher's latest as their best of the year, following a slew of similar announcements earlier this weekend.

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    "Social Network," "Carlos" Lead LA Critics

    The Los Angeles Film Critics Association have announced their annual awards, with David Fincher's "The Social Network" and Olivier Assayas' "Carlos" both doing quite well. Fincher's film took the prize for best picture, best screenplay, best director (where Fincher tied Assayas), and best score (whe...

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    "Social Network" Leads New York Film Critics Online

    The New York Film Critics Online (NYFCO) have announced their annual award winners, and David Fincher's "The Social Network" led the way, taking best picture, best director, and best screenplay. Acting winners included James Franco, Natalie Portman, Christian Bale and Melissa Leo.

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    "Hours," "Grit" and "Network" Top Houston Critics' Award Nominations

    Danny Boyle's "127 Hours," David Fincher's "The Social Network" and Joel & Ethan Coen's "True Grit" topped the Houston Area Film Critics Award nominations, each taking six nominations including best picture and best director. The three films join Darren Aronofsky's "Black Swan," Christopher Nolan's "Inception," Lisa Cholodenko's "The Kids Are All Right," Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech," Lee Unkrich's "Toy Story 3," Debra Granik's "Winter's Bone," and most surprisingly, Matthew Vaughn's "Kick-Ass" in the best picture category. Snubbed in favor of those films included the likes of David O. Russell's "The Fighter," John Cameron Mitchell's "Rabb...

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