2021 Vancouver Film Critics Circle award winners announced


Sarah Gadon, Alison Pill, Michael McGowan, Vancouver Film Critics Circle, All My Puny Sorrows
Sarah Gadon and Alison Pill in All My Puny Sorrows

It's a distinctly different story between the two top winners in the Vancouver Film Critics Circle's 2021 awards. On the Canadian front, there's All My Puny Sorrows, which wins four prizes including Best Picture. Then, on the international front, there's The Power of the Dog, which wins Best Picture and nothing else at all. So, yes, there's now little doubt that the crowd has decided Kodi Smit-McPhee won't be winning an Oscar this year and that, instead, it'll go to CODA's Troy Kotsur, while Andrew Garfield is quietly becoming an ever stronger contender himself for tick, tick...BOOM! Remind yourself of the 2021 VFCC award nominations here if you like.


Best Picture

THE POWER OF THE DOG


Best Director

Denis Villeneuve (DUNE)


Best Actress

Olivia Colman (THE LOST DAUGHTER)


Best Actor

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


Best Supporting Actress

Ann Dowd (MASS)


Best Supporting Actor

Troy Kotsur (CODA)


Best Screenplay

Adam McKay and David Sirota (DON'T LOOK UP)


Best Documentary

FLEE


Best Foreign Language Film

THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD


Best Canadian Picture

ALL MY PUNY SORROWS


Best Canadian Director

Danis Goulet (NIGHT RAIDERS)


Best Actress

Alison Pill (ALL MY PUNY SORROWS)


Best Actor

Daniel Doheny (DRINKWATER)


Best Supporting Actress

Sarah Gadon (ALL MY PUNY SORROWS)


Best Supporting Actor

Joshua Odjick (WILDHOOD)


Best Screenplay

Michael McGowan (ALL MY PUNY SORROWS)


Best Canadian Documentary

KIMMAPIIYIPITSSINI: THE MEANING OF EMPATHY


Best British Columbia Film

PORTRAITS FROM A FIRE


One to Watch Award

Trevor Mack (PORTRAITS FROM A FIRE)

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