Boston Society Of Film Critics Reward “Nomadland,” Sidney Flanigan, And More!

Moments ago, the Boston Society of Film Critics revealed their award winners for the unique year that is 2020. As we enter a whole new section of the precursor season, with critics groups chiming in, we’re going to start to see who and what that element of the industry is partial to. Here, BSFC went in some very interesting directions, though it’s clear there are some definite Academy Award nominees in the bunch. Like any good critics group, however, they’re not bound by just Oscar hopefuls. Nomadland took the top prize, but what else went down today in Boston? Read on to find out what they did… Nomadland took Best Picture, Best Director for Chloe Zhao, and Best Cinematography, leading the way with three wins. Also getting multiple citations were I’m Thinking of Ending Things and Minari, both winning two categories. Then, the single best win of the day was Sidney Flanigan taking Best Actress for Never Rarely Sometimes Always. All of the winners can be seen below, and obviously sit tight for more groups to chime in soon! Here are the results of the Boston Society of Film Critics awards vote: Best Picture – Nomadland Best Actor – Anthony Hopkins, The Father Best Actress – Sidney Flanigan, Never Rarely Sometimes Always Best Supporting Actor – Paul Raci, Sound of Metal Best Supporting Actress – Youn Yuh-jung, Minari Best Director – Chloe Zhao, Nomadland Best Screenplay – Charlie Kaufman, I’m Thinking of Ending Things Best Cinematography – Joshua James Richards, Nomadland Best Documentary – Collective Best Non-English Language Film (awarded in memory of Jay Carr) – Best Animated Film – The Wolf House Best Film Editing (awarded in memory of Karen Schmeer) – Robert Frazen, I’m Thinking of Ending Things Best New Filmmaker (awarded in memory of David Brudnoy) – Florian Zeller, The Father Best Ensemble Cast – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Best Original Score – Emile Mosseri, Minari Stay tuned for more precursors to come!