1983 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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18th NSFC Awards

January 4, 1984


Best Film:
The Night of
the Shooting Stars

The 18th National Society of Film Critics Awards, given on 4 January 1984, honored the best filmmaking of 1983.[1][2][3]

Winners

Best Picture

1. The Night of the Shooting Stars (La notte di San Lorenzo)
2. Berlin Alexanderplatz
2. Fanny and Alexander (Fanny och Alexander)

Best Director

1. Paolo and Vittorio TavianiThe Night of the Shooting Stars (La notte di San Lorenzo)
2. Philip KaufmanThe Right Stuff
3. Ingmar BergmanFanny and Alexander (Fanny och Alexander)

Best Actor

1. Gérard DepardieuDanton and The Return of Martin Guerre (Le retour de Martin Guerre)
2. Robert DuvallTender Mercies
3. Günter LamprechtBerlin Alexanderplatz

Best Actress

1. Debra WingerTerms of Endearment
2. Joanna CassidyUnder Fire
3. Shirley MacLaineTerms of Endearment

Best Supporting Actor

Best Supporting Actress

1. Sandra BernhardThe King of Comedy
2. CherSilkwood
3. Linda HuntThe Year of Living Dangerously

Best Screenplay

1. Bill ForsythLocal Hero
2. Clayton Frohman and Ron SheltonUnder Fire
3. James L. BrooksTerms of Endearment

Best Cinematography

1. Hiro NaritaNever Cry Wolf
2. Gordon WillisZelig
3. John AlcottUnder Fire

References

  1. ^ "Tavianis win film award". The New York Times. 4 January 1984. Retrieved 3 January 2018.
  2. ^ Benson, Sheila (4 January 1984). "Foreign twist to critics' 1983 ballots". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 3 January 2018.
  3. ^ Carroll, Kathleen (5 January 1984). "US Critics vote 'Shooting Stars' best film of '83". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 3 January 2018.

External links

  • Past Awards
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