“Roma” Wins Best Film At NYFCC

Cuarons Roma Wins The Venice Film Fest

Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” topped this year’s New York Film Critics Circle awards, the film taking awards for best picture, best director and best cinematography. “First Reformed” also continued its powerhouse push forwards with best actor (Ethan Hawke) and best screenplay honors.

One welcome surprise – “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” scored the best animated feature award. Acting awards were also interesting choices with Regina Hall (“Support the Girls”) winning best actress, while Richard E. Grant (“Can You Ever Forgive Me?”) and Regina King (“If Beale Street Could Talk”) won supporting acting honors.

Other winners include “Eighth Grade” which won best first film, “Cold War” scored best foreign language film, and “Minding the Gap” won best documentary.

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