“Parasite” is on a bit of a hot streak lately, this time winning Best Picture and Best Screenplay from the National Society Of Film Critics. Greta Gerwig gets a big win here for Best Director with her film “Little Women.”

BEST PICTURE

“Parasite”

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“Little Women”
“Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”

BEST DIRECTOR

Greta Gerwig
“Little Women”

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Bong Joon-Ho — “Parasite”
Martin Scorsese — “The Irishman”

BEST ACTOR

Antonio Banderas
“Pain And Glory”

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Adam Driver — “Marriage Story”
Adam Sandler — “Uncut Gems”

BEST ACTRESS

Mary Kay Place
“Diane”

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Zhao Tao — “Ash Is Purest White”
Florence Pugh — “Midsommar”

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Brad Pitt
“Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”

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Joe Pesci — “The Irishman”
Wesley Snipes — “Dolemite Is My Name”
Song Kang-Ho — “Parasite”

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Laura Dern
“Marriage Story”

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Florence Pugh — “Little Women”
Jennifer Lopez — “Hustlers”

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Claire Mathon
“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” & “Atlantics”

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“Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” — Robert Richardson
“Little Women” — Yorick Le Saux

BEST SCREENPLAY

“Parasite”
Bong Joon-Ho and Han Jin-Won

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“Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” — Quentin Tarantino
“Little Women” — Greta Gerwig

BEST NONFICTION FILM

“Honeyland”

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“American Factory”
“Apollo 11”

FILM HERITAGE AWARDS:

“Private Lives, Public Spaces” at the Museum of Modern Art:  Curated by Ron Magliozzi, this exhibit makes visible MOMA’s collection of over one hundred years of vernacular moving images, most of them home movies by the famous and the unknown. Shown on multiple screens in the lobbies of MoMA’s Titus theaters, they form a crazy quilt of personal and cultural history.

Rialto Pictures:  We honor Rialto Pictures, in its 22nd year, both for distributing 4K restorations of beloved classics like Kind Hearts and Coronets and for presenting neglected work by international masters, such as Federico Fellini’s The White Sheik, and, for the first time, the uncut version of Francesco Rosi’s Christ Stopped at Eboli, with restored prints and upgraded subtitles.

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National Society Of Film Critics

Founded in 1966, the Society differs from other critical associations in a number of significant ways. In the first place, it is truly national. Its members include critics from major papers in Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Denver. Its members also include the critics not just of The Wall Street Journal, The Nation, and The New Yorker, but also of The Village Voice, The Boston Herald, and prominent online sites. Second, membership is by election.

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