In their fifteenth year, the Internet Film Critics Society named “C’mon C’mon” the Best Drama of the year. They honored Jane Campion with the Best Director for her work on “The Power of the Dog.” Nicolas Cage won Best Actor for “Pig” while Kristen Stewart won Best Actress for “Spencer.”

Best Drama

“C’mon C’mon”

Directed by Mike Mills

Best Comedy

“Licorice Pizza”

Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson

Best Horror or Science Fiction


Directed by Julia Ducournau

Best Action Film

“Spider-Man: No Way Home”

Directed by Jon Watts
Columbia Pictures + Marvel Studios

Best Actor

Nicolas Cage

Directed by Michael Sarnoski

Best Actress

Kristen Stewart

Directed by Pablo Larraín

Best Director

Jane Campion
“The Power of the Dog”

Produced by Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, Roger Frappier, Jane Campion, and Tanya Seghatchian

Best Experimental Film


Directed by Leos Carax
Amazon Studios

Most Underrated Film

“Identifying Features”

Directed by Fernanda Valadez
Kino Lorber

Worst Film


Directed by Sia
Vertical Entertainment


Best Drama: “C’mon C’mon”
Best Comedy: “Licorice Pizza”
Best Horror or Science Fiction: “Titane”
Best Action Film: “Spider-Man: No Way Home”
Best Actor: Nicolas Cage — “Pig”
Best Actress: Kristen Stewart — “Spencer”
Best Director: Jane Campion — “The Power of the Dog”
Best Experimental Film: “Annette”
Most Underrated Film: “Identifying Features”
Worst Film: “Music”

Internet Film Critics Society

Welcome to the home of the Internet Film Critic Society, an international association for internet film critics and journalists. Our members provide expert opinions, analyses, and criticism on all types of cinema, primarily or exclusively through online coverage. The IFCS is designed to stimulate awareness of the internet as a respectable and professional source of film critique and related content.

As many internet film critics know, there are few genuine collectives of internet-only critics online. Most film critic societies do not allow internet-only members – and are oftentimes frequented largely by print, television, or radio critics. Therefore, we’re proud to accept applications for all internet-based film critics (as well as those with multiple outlet mediums), and we base acceptance solely on a critic’s quality of work, not on their membership in other existing societies.

Nevertheless, the IFCS still upholds strict standards for excellence and professionalism to ensure that its members maintain the highest quality and distinction in the film critic and journalist community. If you would like to join the IFCS, please view the membership criteria, and thanks so much to all the dedicated and hard-working film critics and internet organizations that have made the IFCS possible.

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