"Carlos" wins the Foreign Language Film Award at the 36th annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards


The 36th annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards ceremony will be held Saturday, January 15 at the InterContinental, Los Angeles. As previously announced, Paul Mazursky will receive the 2010 Career Achievement Award.

Award winners are:
PICTURE: “The Social Network”.

Runner-up: “Carlos”.

DIRECTOR: Olivier Assayas, “Carlos,” and David Fincher, “The Social Network” (tie).

ACTOR: Colin Firth, “The King’s Speech”.

Runner-up: Edgar Ramirez, “Carlos”.

ACTRESS: Kim Hye-ja, “Mother.”

Runner-up:  Jennifer Lawrence, “Winter’s Bone”.

SUPPORTING ACTOR: Niels Arestrup, “A Prophet”.

Runner-up: Geoffrey Rush, “The King’s Speech”.

SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Jacki Weaver, “Animal Kingdom”.

Runner-up: Olivia Williams, “The Ghost Writer”.

SCREENPLAY: Aaron Sorkin, “The Social Network”.

Runner-up: David Seidler, “The King’s Speech”

Runner-up: “Mother”

ANIMATION: “Toy Story 3”

Runner-up: “The Illusionist”


Runner-up: “Exit Through the Gift Shop”

CINEMATOGRAPHY: Matthew Libatique, “Black Swan”

Runner-up: Roger Deakins, “True Grit”

MUSIC/SCORE: Alexandre Desplat, “The Ghost Writer,” and  Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, “The Social Network” (tie)

PRODUCTION DESIGN: Guy Hendrix Dyas, “Inception”

Runner-up: Eve Stewart, “The King’s Speech”

NEW GENERATION: Lena Dunham, “Tiny Furniture”


LEGACY OF CINEMA AWARDS: Serge Bromberg, “Henri-Georges Clouzot’s Inferno,” and the F.W. Murnau Foundation and Fernando Pena for the restoration of “Metropolis”


Sponsors of the event include : Korean Air, The Wilshire Plaza Hotel, Amnesty International, the Canadian Consulate, the French Consulate, the French Film and TV office in L.A, Air Tahiti Nui and ELMA

Founded in 1975, The Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA) is comprised of Los Angeles-based, professional film critics working in the Los Angeles print and electronic media.  Each December, LAFCA members vote on the year’s Achievement Awards, honoring screen excellence on both sides of the camera. Plaques of recognition are then presented to winners during LAFCA’s annual awards ceremony, held in mid-January.

Aside from honoring each year’s outstanding cinematic achievements, LAFCA has also made it a point to look back and pay tribute to distinguished industry veterans with its annual Career Achievement Award, which is announced in October, as well as to look forward by spotlighting fresh, promising talent with its annual New Generation Award.  In addition, over the past three decades, LAFCA has sponsored and hosted numerous film panels and events and donated funds to various Los Angeles film organizations, especially where film preservation was concerned.  LAFCA members have also collectively been vocal about taking up causes they have felt passionate about, from drafting formal protests against censorship and colorization to lending their support to controversial films.


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