1999 National Society of Film Critics Awards
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34th NSFC Awards
January 8, 2000
Best Film (tie):
Being John Malkovich
The 34th National Society of Film Critics Awards, given on 8 January 2000, honored the best filmmaking of 1999.
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- 3 References
Best Supporting Actor
Best Supporting Actress
Best Foreign Language Film
Best Non-Fiction Film
Experimental Film Award
- James Quandt of Cinematheque Ontario
Film Heritage Awards
- The U.S. theatrical release of the rediscovered camera-negative print of Jean Renoir’s Grand Illusion by Rialto Pictures.
- The newly preserved fiftieth-anniversary re-release of Carol Reed’s The Third Man by Rialto Pictures.
- 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.
- The television premiere of the four-hour expanded version of Erich von Stroheim’s Greed on Turner Classic Movies.
- 'Malkovich' and 'Topsy-Turvy' Tie for Critics' Prize The New York Times
- `TOPSY-TURVY' TIES WITH `MALKOVICH' The Boston Globe
- `Topsy-Turvy,' `John Malkovich' tie for society of film critics honor The San Diego Union-Tribune