2009 National Society of Film Critics Awards

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44th NSFC Awards

January 3, 2010

Best Film:
The Hurt Locker

The 44th National Society of Film Critics Awards, given on 3 January 2010, honored the best filmmaking of 2009.


Best Picture[edit]

1. The Hurt Locker
2. Summer Hours (L'heure d'été)
3. Inglourious Basterds

Best Director[edit]

1. Kathryn BigelowThe Hurt Locker
2. Olivier AssayasSummer Hours (L'heure d'été)
3. Wes AndersonFantastic Mr. Fox

Best Actor[edit]

1. Jeremy RennerThe Hurt Locker
2. Jeff BridgesCrazy Heart
3. Nicolas CageThe Bad Lieutenant - Port of Call: New Orleans

Best Actress[edit]

1. Yolande MoreauSéraphine
2. Meryl StreepJulie & Julia and Fantastic Mr. Fox
3. Abbie CornishBright Star

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

1. Paul SchneiderBright Star
1. Christoph WaltzInglourious Basterds
3. Christian McKayMe and Orson Welles

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

1. Mo'NiquePrecious
2. Anna KendrickUp in the Air
2. Samantha MortonThe Messenger

Best Screenplay[edit]

1. Joel and Ethan CoenA Serious Man
2. Olivier AssayasSummer Hours (L'heure d'été)
3. Quentin TarantinoInglourious Basterds

Best Cinematography[edit]

1. Christian BergerThe White Ribbon (Das weiße Band)
2. Barry AckroydThe Hurt Locker
3. Jan Troell and Mischa Gavrjusjov – Everlasting Moments (Maria Larssons eviga ögonblick)

Best Production Design[edit]

1. Nelson LowryFantastic Mr. Fox
2. Rick CarterAvatar
3. Henry SelickCoraline

Best Foreign Language Film[edit]

1. Summer Hours (L'heure d'été)
2. Everlasting Moments (Maria Larssons eviga ögonblick)
3. 35 Shots of Rum (35 rhums)
3. Police, Adjective (Politist, adjectiv)

Best Non-Fiction Film[edit]

1. The Beaches of Agnès (Les plages d'Agnès)
2. Tyson
3. Anvil! The Story of Anvil

Film Heritage Awards[edit]

  1. Restoration of Rashomon by The Academy Film Archive, The National Film Center of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo and Kadokawa Pictures, Inc. with funding provided by Kadokawa Culture Promotion Foundation and The Film Foundation.
  2. Bruce Posner for restoration of Manhatta.
  3. Treasures from American Film Archives, Vol. 4: Avant Garde 1947-1986 (National Film Preservation Foundation).
  4. Warner Archive Collection.
  5. The Red Shoes. Restored by UCLA Film & Television Archive with funding provided by The Film Foundation, HFPA and the Louis B. Mayer Foundation.
  6. Kino International Avant-Garde Volume 3 (Experimental Cinema 1922-1954).

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