Parasite is the National Society of Film Critics' film of 2019


Laura Dern in Little Women

Success, yet again, for Bong Joon Ho's Parasite as it wins the top prize from the National Society of Film Critics for 2019. Members of the NSFC chose the movie by a clear majority in the Best Picture category, also rewarding it with their Best Screenplay prize by a considerably smaller margin.


Elsewhere, female artists Greta Gerwig and Claire Mathon win awards normally bestowed upon male artists, Best Director and Cinematography. There's also a second major critics award win for Diane's Mary Kay Place in Leading Actress, having also won at the Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards.


Best Picture

1. PARASITE

2. Little Women

3. Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood


Best Director

1. GRETA GERWIG (LITTLE WOMEN)

2. Bong Joon Ho (Parasite)

3. Martin Scorsese (The Irishman)


Best Actress

1. MARY KAY PLACE (DIANE)

2. Zhao Tao (Ash Is Purest White)

3. Florence Pugh (Midsommar)


Best Actor

1. ANTONIO BANDERAS (PAIN & GLORY)

2. Adam Driver (Marriage Story)

3. Adam Sandler (Uncut Gems)


Best Supporting Actress

1. LAURA DERN (LITTLE WOMEN / MARRIAGE STORY)

2. Florence Pugh (Little Women)

3. Jennifer Lopez (Hustlers)


Best Supporting Actor

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

2. Joe Pesci (The Irishman)

3. Wesley Snipes (Dolemite Is My Name)

= Song Kang Ho (Parasite)


Best Screenplay

1. BONG JOON HO AND HAN JIN WON (PARASITE)

2. Quentin Tarantino (Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood)

3. Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird)


Best Cinematography

1. CLAIRE MATHON (ATLANTICS / PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE)

2. Robert Richardson (Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood)

3. Yorick le Saux (Little Women)


Best Non-Fiction Film

1. HONEYLAND

2. American Factory

3. Apollo 11


Film Heritage Award

RIALTO PICTURES

RON MAGLIOZZI AND THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART (PRIVATE LIVES, PUBLIC SPACES)


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