'Lady Bird' wins big at the National Society of Film Critics Awards

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'Lady Bird' wins big at the National Society of Film Critics Awards

Lady Bird</a>” has been deemed the best film of 2017 by the National Society of Film Critics, which also gave Greta Gerwig’s coming-of-age drama its awards for Best Director, Best Screenplay (both Gerwig) and Best Supporting Actress (Laurie Metcalf). The NSFC was also quite taken with “Get Out” and “Phantom Thread,” both of which were runners-up in several categories; Daniel Kaluuya was named Best Actor for his performance in the former, while Sally Hawkins was honored for her work in “The Shape of Water.”” data-reactid=”18″>“Lady Bird” has been deemed the best film of 2017 by the National Society of Film Critics, which also gave Greta Gerwig’s coming-of-age drama its awards for Best Director, Best Screenplay (both Gerwig) and Best Supporting Actress (Laurie Metcalf). The NSFC was also quite taken with “Get Out” and “Phantom Thread,” both of which were runners-up in several categories; Daniel Kaluuya was named Best Actor for his performance in the former, while Sally Hawkins was honored for her work in “The Shape of Water.”

Willem Dafoe earned yet another Best Supporting Actor laurel, meanwhile, and cinematographer Roger Deakins was similarly honored once again for “Blade Runner 2049.”

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This year’s awards were dedicated to longtime critic and documentarian Richard Shickel, a founding member of the NSFC, who died last year. This was the 52nd year that the NSFC gave out awards. Here’s the full list of winners:

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