1999 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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34th NSFC Awards

January 8, 2000


Best Film (tie):
Being John Malkovich
and
Topsy-Turvy

The 34th National Society of Film Critics Awards, given on 8 January 2000, honored the best filmmaking of 1999.

Winners[edit]

Best Picture[edit]

1. Being John Malkovich
1. Topsy-Turvy
3. Election

Best Director[edit]

1. Mike LeighTopsy-Turvy
2. David O. RussellThree Kings
3. Sam MendesAmerican Beauty

Best Actor[edit]

1. Russell CroweThe Insider
2. Jim BroadbentTopsy-Turvy
3. Kevin SpaceyAmerican Beauty

Best Actress[edit]

1. Reese WitherspoonElection
2. Hilary SwankBoys Don't Cry
3. Kate WinsletHoly Smoke

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

1. Christopher PlummerThe Insider
2. Philip Seymour HoffmanMagnolia and The Talented Mr. Ripley
3. Haley Joel OsmentThe Sixth Sense

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

1. Chloë SevignyBoys Don't Cry
2. Julianne MooreMagnolia, Cookie's Fortune, A Map of the World and An Ideal Husband
3. Samantha MortonSweet and Lowdown

Best Screenplay[edit]

1. Charlie KaufmanBeing John Malkovich
2. Alexander Payne and Jim TaylorElection
3. Alan BallAmerican Beauty

Best Cinematography[edit]

1. Conrad L. HallAmerican Beauty
2. Emmanuel LubezkiSleepy Hollow
3. Freddie FrancisThe Straight Story

Best Foreign Language Film[edit]

1. Autumn Tale (Conte d'automne)
2. The Dreamlife of Angels (La vie rêvée des anges)
3. All About My Mother (Todo sobre mi madre)

Best Non-Fiction Film[edit]

1. Buena Vista Social Club
2. Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr.
3. American Movie

Experimental Film Award[edit]

Special Citation[edit]

Film Heritage Awards[edit]

  1. The U.S. theatrical release of the rediscovered camera-negative print of Jean Renoir’s Grand Illusion by Rialto Pictures.
  2. The newly preserved fiftieth-anniversary re-release of Carol Reed’s The Third Man by Rialto Pictures.
  3. The U.S. video and DVD release of Gaumont’s original version of Carl Dreyer’s The Passion of Joan of Arc by Home Vision,Inc. and Criterion.
  4. The television premiere of the four-hour expanded version of Erich von Stroheim’s Greed on Turner Classic Movies.

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