Drive My Car wins big at Boston Society of Film Critics awards


Hidetoshi Nishijima, Drive My Car, Hamaguchi Ryusuke, Boston Society of Film Critics
Hidetoshi Nishijima in Drive My Car

After a slightly unexpected victory at the New York Film Critics Circle awards last week, Hamaguchi Ryusuke's critical smash hit Drive My Car has just bagged another prestigious critics prize for Best Picture. This time, it's the Boston Society of Film Critics, who've batted even harder than their New York cousins by also awarding the film prizes for Director, Actor and Screenplay. In lieu of a Best Picture trophy, Jane Campion's The Power of the Dog - which BSFC member Ty Burr reports was neck-and-neck with Drive My Car in several categories - takes a Best English Language Film prize. Unofficial runners-up can be found on both Burr's Twitter and the BSFC's own.


Best Picture

DRIVE MY CAR


Best Director

Hamaguchi Ryusuke (DRIVE MY CAR)


Best Actress

Alana Haim (LICORICE PIZZA)


Best Actor

Nishijima Hidetoshi (DRIVE MY CAR)


Best Supporting Actress

Jessie Buckley (THE LOST DAUGHTER)


Best Supporting Actor

Troy Kotsur (CODA)


Best Screenplay

Hamaguchi Ryusuke and Oe Takamasa (DRIVE MY CAR)


Best Cinematography

Ari Wegner (THE POWER OF THE DOG)


Best Editing

Affonso Goncalves and Adam Kurnitz (THE VELVET UNDERGROUND)


Best Original Score

Jonny Greenwood (SPENCER)


Best Ensemble Cast

LICORICE PIZZA


Best Animated Film

FLEE (Jonas Poher Rasmussen)


Best Documentary

SUMMER OF SOUL (...OR, WHEN THE REVOLUTION COULD NOT BE TELEVISED)


Best English Language Film

THE POWER OF THE DOG


Best New Filmmaker

Maggie Gyllenhaal (THE LOST DAUGHTER)

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