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New York Film Critics Circle

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    Parsing the NYFCC Vote: 'Lincoln' vs. 'Zero Dark Thirty' and 'Life of Pi'

    The New York FIlm Critics Circle has always insisted on using the ballot method to reach consensus. And this year's vote was as lengthy and debated as any in recent years, because so many horses were in the race. What the winners reveal is which films boasted the most strength across the entire grou...

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    New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Picture & Best Director To Kathryn Bigelow's 'Zero Dark Thirty'

    This morning saw the New York Film Critic's Circle fumble all day with Twitter, but finally announce their awards for 2012's best, marking the first critics' group to bestow their honors. Sometimes bucking against the tide ("The Accidental Tourist" and "Far From Heaven" are among past Best Feature w...

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    Meredith Vieira Returns as Host for National Board of Review Awards Gala; Voting Follows New York Film Critics

    The National Board of Review's annual Awards Gala will be hosted by Emmy-winning NBC correspondent Meredith Vieira for the third time. The gala will take place...

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    New York Film Critics Circle Goes Back to December Voting; Votes Ahead of National Board of Review UPDATED

    One of the key dates in the awards season, the New York Film Critics Circle's voting, has returned to its usual time frame: December 3. The NYFCC is a bellwether of the Oscars and boasts the most impact of any critics group--even the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's popular Golden Globes, which...

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    New York Film Critics Circle Move Awards Vote To December 3rd; Add New Members

    The New York Film Critics Circle has moved back the date of their voting from last year's unexpectedly early November 29th to December 3rd this year, it was announced today. The awards -- also announced on the 3rd -- will be handed out during their annual ceremony to be held on Monday, January 7...

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    Distributors Bring the Drama at the New York Film Critics Dinner

    Last night as the New York Film Critics doled out their prizes at their annual awards gala -- now in its 77th year -- the mood was predictably relaxed onstage (the winners were announced last month). The vibe in the audience was another matter. The word from the rumor mill goes something like t...

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    The Amazing Race: 'Hugo' Gets A Boost In First Official Week Of The Awards Season, Can It Go All The Way?

    Considering we've been writing about most weeks since August, it's odd to think that the awards season really only got underway this week. Everything up to now has been foreplay, but with the Gotham Awards on Sunday night, the Spirit Awards nominations and New York Film Critics' Circle A...

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    'The Artist' Leads New York Film Critics' Circle Awards

    The New York Film Critics' Circle, widely considered one of the leading organizations of film critics in the country, have announced the winners of their 2011 awards.

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    New York Film Critics Circle Will Announce Nominees Via Twitter Late November

    The New York Film Critics Circle today revealed that they will be announcing their nominees for this year via Twitter. The vote date has also been shifted back a day and will now take place the morning of Tuesday, November 29 at the Walter Reade Theater at the Lincoln Center in NYC. The awards ...

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    The Pendulum Swings Back To 'The Social Network' As It Takes Top Honors From New York Critics

    At least for today, it looks like the Oscar race is going to be closely fought between Darren Aronofsky's "Black Swan" and David Fincher's "The Social Network."

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