The 1976 Critics Consensus Awards


Robert Redford in All the President's Men

As with many years in the 1970s, critics were bequeathed an embarrassment of riches for their year-end awards in 1976, but the consensus was clearly around one particular title: Alan J. Pakula's All the President's Men. Of the five movies awarded in this edition of the Critics Consensus Awards, four were Oscar nominees for the year, with the sole exception, Face to Face, making this the fourth consecutive year in which a non-English language performance has won an acting award. And Liv Ullmann joins Jane Fonda and Gene Hackman in receiving a second prize here, with all of the double acting winners so far having done so in Leading categories both times, while Talia Shire becomes the second Supporting Actress winner in three years to have been nominated in Leading at the Oscars for the same performance, after Valerie Perrine in Lenny. Check out all the details below.


Best Picture

All the President's Men (Walter Coblenz and Alan J. Pakula)


Best Director

Alan J. Pakula (All the President's Men)


Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

Liv Ullmann (Face to Face)


Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role

Robert de Niro (Taxi Driver)


Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role

Talia Shire (Rocky)


Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role

Jason Robards (All the President's Men)

Best Screenplay

Paddy Chayefsky (Network)


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