2021 Online Association of Female Film Critics awards winners announced


Kristen Stewart, Spencer, Pablo Larrain, Online Association of Female Film Critics
Kristen Stewart in Spencer

The votes are in, and guess which movie is the Online Association of Female Film Critics' favourite of 2021! Go on, guess! Or shall I tell you? Do I need to? Is it The Power of the Dog, like it has been at practically half the other critics' groups' awards this season? Why, yes, it most certainly is! Not that it isn't deserving, of course - Jane Campion's modern Western is as worthy a Best Film award winner as voters have this year, and I'm delighted to see it continue to bulldoze its way through the early weeks of the current awards season. You can remind yourself of the OAFFC's 2021 award nominations here, and check out all the winners below.


Best Film

THE POWER OF THE DOG

Runners-up: BELFAST / CODA


Best Director

Jane Campion (THE POWER OF THE DOG)

Runner-up: Julia Ducournau (TITANE)


Best Female Lead

Kristen Stewart (SPENCER)

Runner-up: Renate Reinsve (THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD)


Best Male Lead

Andrew Garfield (TICK, TICK...BOOM!)

Runner-up: Nicolas Cage (PIG)


Best Supporting Female

Ariana DeBose (WEST SIDE STORY)

Runner-up: Kirsten Dunst (THE POWER OF THE DOG)


Best Supporting Male

Kodi Smit-McPhee (THE POWER OF THE DOG)

Runner-up: Jason Isaacs (MASS)


Best Original Screenplay

Michael Sarnoski (PIG)

Runner-up: Joachim Trier and Eskil Vogt (THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD)


Best Adapted Screenplay

Jane Campion (THE POWER OF THE DOG)

Runners-up: Steven Levenson (TICK, TICK...BOOM!) / David Lowery (THE GREEN KNIGHT)


Best Cinematography

Greig Fraser (DUNE)

Runner-up: Claire Mathon (SPENCER) / Ari Wegner (THE POWER OF THE DOG)


Best Acting Ensemble

MASS

Runner-up: THE HARDER THEY FALL


Best Animated Feature

THE MITCHELLS VS THE MACHINES

Runner-up: FLEE


Best Documentary

FLEE

Runner-up: SUMMER OF SOUL (...OR, WHEN THE REVOLUTION COULD NOT BE TELEVISED)


Best Breakthrough Filmmaker

Rebecca Hall (PASSING)

Runner-up: Edson Oda (NINE DAYS)


Best Breakthrough Performance

Agathe Rousselle (TITANE)

Runner-up: Emilia Jones (CODA)


The Rosie (The OAFFC's signature award celebrating the film that best promotes women, their voices, and the female experience through cinema)

THE LOST DAUGHTER

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