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New York Film Critics Circle 2020 Winners: ‘First Cow,’ Chadwick Boseman, and More

New York Film Critics Circle 2020 Winners: ‘First Cow,’ Chadwick Boseman, and More

The 2020-2021 awards season is now beginning to pick up, as the New York Film Critics Circle has announced the winners of its annual awards. Made up of critics from newspapers, magazines, and online publications, the critics group dates back to 1935 and includes IndieWire’s own Eric Kohn, David Ehrlich, and Kate Erbland.

Taking the top prize, Best Film, is Kelly Reichardt’s “First Cow,” released theatrically in March before being pulled from theaters and rescheduled for a VOD release later in the year due to the pandemic. The rest of the winners cover a range of films, with “Da 5 Bloods” and “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” being the only two titles to score two separate wins: “Da 5 Bloods” won Best Actor for Delroy Lindo and Best Supporting Actor for Chadwick Boseman, while “Never Rarely Sometimes Always” won Best Screenplay for its writer-director, Eliza Hittman, and Best Actress for newcomer Sidney Flanigan.

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