December 27, 2010

2010 Online Film Critics Society Award Nominees

The Online Film Critics Society is proud to announce its nominees for the 2010 OFCS Awards:

Best Picture
Black Swan
The Social Network
Toy Story 3
True Grit
Winter's Bone

Best Director
Darren Aronofsky, Black Swan
Danny Boyle, 127 Hours
Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, True Grit
David Fincher, The Social Network
Christopher Nolan, Inception

Best Lead Actor
Jeff Bridges, True Grit
Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network
Colin Firth, The King's Speech
James Franco, 127 Hours
Ryan Gosling, Blue Valentine
Edgar Ramírez, Carlos

Best Lead Actress
Annette Bening, The Kids Are All Right
Kim Hye-ja, Mother
Nicole Kidman, Rabbit Hole
Jennifer Lawrence, Winter's Bone
Natalie Portman, Black Swan

Best Supporting Actor
Christian Bale, The Fighter
Andrew Garfield, The Social Network
John Hawkes, Winter's Bone
Mark Ruffalo, The Kids are All Right
Geoffrey Rush, The King's Speech

Best Supporting Actress
Amy Adams, The Fighter
Mila Kunis, Black Swan
Melissa Leo, The Fighter
Hailee Steinfeld, True Grit
Jacki Weaver, Animal Kingdom

Best Original Screenplay
Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz & John McLaughlin, Black Swan
Noah Baumbach, Greenberg
Christopher Nolan, Inception
Lisa Cholodenko & Stuart Blumberg, The Kids Are All Right
David Seidler, The King's Speech

Best Adapted Screenplay
Danny Boyle & Simon Beaufoy, 127 Hours
Michael Bacall & Edgar Wright, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network
Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, True Grit
Debra Granik & Anne Rosellini, Winter's Bone

Best Cinematography
Anthony Dod Mantle & Enrique Chediak, 127 Hours
Matthew Libatique, Black Swan
Wally Pfister, Inception
Robert Richardson, Shutter Island
Roger Deakins, True Grit

Best Editing
Jon Harris, 127 Hours
Andrew Weisblum, Black Swan
Lee Smith, Inception
Jonathan Amos & Paul Machliss, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Kirk Baxter & Angus Wall, The Social Network

Best Animated Feature
Despicable Me
How to Train Your Dragon
The Illusionist
Toy Story 3

Best Film Not in the English Language
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
A Prophet

Best Documentary
Exit Through the Gift Shop
Inside Job
Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work
Waiting for "Superman"

OFCS members will submit their final votes over the next few days, and winners will be announced Monday, January 3, 2010.


Anonymous said...

No nominations for best score??
No Toy Story 3 for best screenplay and best picture?
No Michelle Williams and Tilda Swinton?
No True Grit for best cinematography?
Hmmm... lots of questions.

Mateus Selle Denardin said...

Didn't you have more categories? These nominations were expected, not so different from what we have seen so far in the awards season. And DESCPICABLE ME in Best Animation?? Worst animation...

SDG said...

I think this is the best list of nominees I can remember in all my years of voting. Well done, colleagues. (Of course it helped to have a pool of such clear-cut outstanding films and performances to choose from. Still and all, we got it right. Now we just need to make the right final choices...)

Josh Ralske said...

Why was Toy Story 3 added as a best picture nominee? As an OFCS member, I really hope a valid explanation is forthcoming. I really hope we didn't bend the rules to include the film.

Túlio said...

- Jeremy Renner (Supporting actor, The Town)
- Debra Granik (Director, Winter's Bone)
- Dale Dickey (supporting actress, Winter's Bone)
- Please Give (screenplay)
- The Ghost Writer (screenplay or director)

- Greenberg (screenplay)
- Mark Ruffalo (Supporting Actor)

Josh Ralske said...

Oh, ok, some kind of missing ballot thing. Not scandalous at all, no matter how it looks. Never mind. ;)

Jeff S. said...

Zzzz.... kudos to Ruffalo and Kim Hye-ja. Otherwise, wake me up when awards season is over.

Grégory said...

No nomination for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows for Best Cinematography? Fail...

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Tulio, for mentioning Dale Dickey. I've been a professional "theatre generalist" since 1980, and Dale was a fellow student and apprentice in college days. I'm as proud of her work as I've always been, and thought she was spectacular in WINTER'S BONE. I wish these awards lists [including this list of winners posted today] reflected the critical love she's been getting in reviews... she's a great person, but my respect for her work has always been first and foremost -- the "great person" thing is just so much gravy. [and yet the banner for this site features a picture of her. Go figure.]