2012 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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The 47th National Society of Film Critics Awards, given on 5 January 2013, honored the best in film for 2012.[1][2]

47th NSFC Awards

January 5, 2013


Best Film:
Amour

Winners

Film titles are listed in order of placings:

Michael Haneke, Best Director winner
Daniel Day-Lewis, Best Actor winner
Emmanuelle Riva, Best Actress winner
Matthew McConaughey, Best Supporting Actor winner
Amy Adams, Best Supporting Actress winner
Tony Kushner, Best Screenplay winner

Best Picture

1. Amour
2. The Master
3. Zero Dark Thirty

Best Director

1. Michael HanekeAmour
2. Kathryn BigelowZero Dark Thirty
2. Paul Thomas AndersonThe Master

Best Actor

1. Daniel Day-LewisLincoln
2. Denis LavantHoly Motors
2. Joaquin PhoenixThe Master

Best Actress

1. Emmanuelle RivaAmour
2. Jennifer LawrenceSilver Linings Playbook
3. Jessica ChastainZero Dark Thirty

Best Supporting Actor

1. Matthew McConaugheyBernie and Magic Mike
2. Tommy Lee JonesLincoln
3. Philip Seymour HoffmanThe Master

Best Supporting Actress

1. Amy AdamsThe Master
2. Sally FieldLincoln
3. Anne HathawayLes Misérables

Best Screenplay

1. Tony KushnerLincoln
2. Paul Thomas AndersonThe Master
3. David O. RussellSilver Linings Playbook

Best Cinematography

1. Mihai Mălaimare Jr.The Master
2. Roger DeakinsSkyfall
3. Greig FraserZero Dark Thirty

Best Non-Fiction Film

1. The Gatekeepers
2. This Is Not a Film
3. Searching for Sugar Man

Best Experimental Film

This Is Not a Film

Film Heritage Awards

  1. Laurence Kardish, senior film curator at the Museum of Modern Art, for his extraordinary 44 years of service, including this year's Weimar Cinema retrospective.
  2. Milestone Film and Video for its ongoing "Project Shirley".

References

  1. ^ "2012 Awards: "Amour," Emmanuelle Riva, Daniel Day-Lewis". National Society of Film Critics. January 5, 2013. Retrieved January 5, 2013. 
  2. ^ King, Susan (January 5, 2013). "National Society of Film Critics names 'Amour' best of 2012". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved January 5, 2013. 
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