Parasite wins four North Carolina Film Critics Association awards


Florence Pugh and Meryl Streep in Little Women

Yet more awards success for Bong Joon Ho's Parasite as it wins four prizes from the North Carolina Film Critics Association. After the Christmas lull, once awards season picks up again, prospects often start to clarify in the Oscar race, with voting bodies congregating around the same contenders, so this is one positive sign among several for Parasite's Oscar hopes.


Regardless, its strong performance with the NCFCA is its own story. Little Women and Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood each win two prizes, and Roger Deakins wins a second of the four awards these critics have given out for cinematography over their history. Remind yourself, if you wish, of their 2019 nominations at this link.


Best Director

BONG JOON HO (PARASITE)


Best Actress

LUPITA NYONG'O (US)


Best Actor

ADAM DRIVER (MARRIAGE STORY)


Best Supporting Actress

FLORENCE PUGH (LITTLE WOMEN)


Best Supporting Actor

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


Best Original Screenplay

BONG JOON HO AND HAN JIN WON (PARASITE)


Best Adapted Screenplay

GRETA GERWIG (LITTLE WOMEN)


Best Cinematography

ROGER DEAKINS (1917)


Best Special Effects

AVENGERS: ENDGAME


Best Music

ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD


Best Animated Film

TOY STORY 4


Best Documentary Film

APOLLO 11


Best Foreign Language Film

PARASITE


Best Narrative Film

PARASITE


Ken Hanke Memorial Tar Heel Award

TYLER NILSON AND STEPHEN SCHWARTZ (THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON)


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