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Oscars Watch: 2019 Detroit Film Critics Society Award Nominees

“The Irishman” has the most nominations with seven, while “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” and “Marriage Story” has the second most with six nominations each.

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Oscars Watch: 2018 Detroit Film Critics Society Award Nominees

The Detroit Film Critics Society consists of 19 professional broadcast, print, and/or Internet critics within or with ties to Detroit and the surrounding area. They will be announcing their winners on Monday, December 3rd. BEST PICTURE “Eighth Grade” “First Reformed” “Green Book” “A Quiet Place” “Roma” BEST DIRECTOR Bo Burnham – “Eighth Grade” Bradley Cooper – “A Star is Born” Alfonso Cuarón – “Roma” Adam … Read More Oscars Watch: 2018 Detroit Film Critics Society Award Nominees

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Oscars Watch: 2015 Detroit Film Critics Society Awards

In the split that’s happening a lot, and is now being predicted by many of the pundits, “Spotlight” takes Best Film from the Detroit Film Critics, while George Miller (“Mad Max: Fury Road”) takes Best Director. Michael Caine comes in with his first Best Actor win for “Youth,” while Liev Shreiber gets his first for “Spotlight,” something he’ll be facing Mark Ruffalo and Michael … Read More Oscars Watch: 2015 Detroit Film Critics Society Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2014 Detroit Film Critics Society Awards

Detroit follows suit with naming “Boyhood” and Richard Linklater the best of the year with “Birdman” getting Best Ensemble and Michael Keaton (“Birdman”) getting Best Actor. Here is the official list for the Detroit Film Critics Society Awards: BEST FILM: “Boyhood” BEST DIRECTOR: Richard Linklater (“Boyhood”) BEST ACTOR: Michael Keaton (“Birdman”) BEST ACTRESS: Rosamund Pike (“Gone Girl”) BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: J.K. Simmons (“Whiplash”) BEST … Read More Oscars Watch: 2014 Detroit Film Critics Society Awards

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Oscars Watch: 2011 Detroit Film Critics Society Awards

Best Picture The Artist Best Director Michel Hazanavicius – The Artist Best Actor Michael Fassbender – Shame Best Actress Michelle Williams – My Week with Marilyn Best Supporting Actor Christopher Plummer – Beginners Best Supporting Actress Carey Mulligan – Shame Best Breakthrough Performance Jessica Chastain – Tree of Life, The Help, The Debt, Take Shelter Best Ensemble Carnage Best Screenplay Moneyball Best Documentary Tabloid