1982 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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17th NSFC Awards

January 2, 1983


Best Film:
Tootsie

The 17th National Society of Film Critics Awards, given on 2 January 1983, honored the best filmmaking of 1982.[1][2][3]

Winners

Best Picture

1. Tootsie
2. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
3. Moonlighting

Best Director

1. Steven SpielbergE.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
2. Sydney PollackTootsie
3. Jean-Jacques BeineixDiva
3. Francesco RosiThree Brothers (Tre fratelli)

Best Actor

1. Dustin HoffmanTootsie
2. Ben KingsleyGandhi
3. Peter O'TooleMy Favorite Year

Best Actress

1. Meryl StreepSophie's Choice
2. Jessica LangeFrances and Tootsie
3. Diane KeatonShoot the Moon

Best Supporting Actor

1. Mickey RourkeDiner
2. John LithgowThe World According to Garp

Best Supporting Actress

1. Jessica LangeTootsie
2. Glenn CloseThe World According to Garp
3. Teri GarrTootsie

Best Screenplay

1. Murray Schisgal and Larry GelbartTootsie
2. Barry LevinsonDiner

Best Cinematography

References

  1. ^ "Critics group picks 'Tootsie'". The New York Times. 4 January 1983. Retrieved 3 January 2018. 
  2. ^ Carroll, Kathleen (6 January 1983). "Film Critics Vote 'Tootsie' Best Film". Youngstown Vindicator. Retrieved 3 January 2018 – via Google News Archive. 
  3. ^ "Tootsie acclaimed best film of '82; Hoffman best actor". The Phoenix. 5 January 1983. Retrieved 3 January 2018 – via Google News Archive. 

External links

  • Past Awards
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