1917 wins five Music City Film Critics Association awards


George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman in 1917

I guess once you're told to vote for something, you vote for something! 1917 has become quite the hot contender this awards season since its Golden Globes success at the weekend. Now it's winning five awards from the Music City Film Critics Association, although I doubt that they're telling anyone outside of you and I.


Check out the MCFCA award nominations here.


Best Picture

1917


Best Director

SAM MENDES (1917)


Best Actress

LUPITA NYONG'O (US)


Best Actor

JOAQUIN PHOENIX (JOKER)


Best Supporting Actress

FLORENCE PUGH (LITTLE WOMEN)


Best Supporting Actor

BRAD PITT (ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD)


Best Screenplay

BONG JOON HO AND HAN JIN WON (PARASITE)


Best Cinematography

ROGER DEAKINS (1917)


Best Editing

LEE SMITH (1917)


Best Production Design

BARBARA LING (ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD)


Best Sound

OLIVER TARNEY (1917)


Best Score

HILDUR GUDNADOTTIR (JOKER)


Best Song

ELTON JOHN AND BERNIE TAUPIN - '(I'M GONNA) LOVE ME AGAIN (ROCKETMAN)


Best Acting Ensemble

KNIVES OUT


Best Animated Feature

TOY STORY 4


Best Documentary

APOLLO 11


Best Foreign Language Film

PARASITE


Best Action Film

AVENGERS: ENDGAME


Best Comedy Film

KNIVES OUT


Best Horror Film

US


Best Music Film

ROCKETMAN


Best Young Actress

KYLEIGH CURRAN (DOCTOR SLEEP)


Best Young Actor

ROMAN GRIFFIN DAVIS (JOJO RABBIT)


The Jim Ridley Award (for the film that best represents Nashville)

WILD ROSE (TOM HARPER AND FAYE WARD)


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