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Oscars Watch: 2022 Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards

The Boston Society Of Film Critics split most of their honors between “The Banshees of Inisherin,” which won Best English Language Film and a pair of acting awards, and “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” which won the remaining acting awards. “After Yang” received a Best Adapted Screenplay award for the first time this season, while Eliot Rockett won his first Best Cinematography award for … Read More Oscars Watch: 2022 Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2021 Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards

An international title took the top spot at the Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards, the first time that’s happened since 1985. That year, Best Picture went to Akira Kurosawa’s “Ran.” This year, the Japanese title “Drive My Car” won Best Picture, along with Director, Actor, and Screenplay. In these years where a Non-English film wins, they flop the Non-English category to Best English … Read More Oscars Watch: 2021 Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2019 Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards

The Boston Society Of Film Critics has picked “Little Women” as its Best Picture of the year, including wins in the Best Ensemble category, Saoirse Ronan as the Best Leading Actress, and Best Original Score.

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Oscars Watch: 2018 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture “If Beale Street Could Talk” Runner-Up: “Shoplifters” Best Director Lynne Ramsay – “You Were Never Really Here” Runner-Up: Yorgos Lanthimos – “The Favourite” Best Actor John C. Reilly – “Stan & Ollie” Runner-Up: Ethan Hawkes – “First Reformed” Best Actress Melissa McCarthy – “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” Runner-Up: Sakura Ando –”Shoplifters” Best Supporting Actor Richard E. Grant – “Can You Ever Forgive … Read More Oscars Watch: 2018 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards

Yet another win for “Boyhood” and director Richard Linklater, but “Birdman” takes some pretty high profile wins away from it, with Michael Keaton getting his first real win, while Emma Stone’s name pops up for the first time this season. Emmanuel Lubezki wins another Best Cinematography category for his work in “Birdman” while “Boyhood” takes Best Editing and Best Ensemble. To make things even … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Boston Society Of Film Critics Awards