Winter’s Bone won two Spirit Awards yesterday, for Best Supporting Male (John Hawkes) and Best Supporting Female (Dale Dickey). Black Swan and The King’s Speech won Best Feature and Best Foreign Film. The full list of winners is here.
Cinematical has posted all the Oscar nominated screenplays, including Winter’s Bone, here.
Zimbio has a couple of pics of Garret on the red carpet at the Spirit Awards and there are two short interviews with him on YouTube. He is about a minute into the first clip and a minute and a half into the second one.
The Academy announced this year’s Oscar nominees today and Winter’s Bone nabbed four nominations: best picture, best adapted screenplay, best leading actress, and best supporting actor. Congratulations to all!
Winter’s Bone was named one of the Top 10 Films of 2010 by the American Film Institute (AFI) earlier this week, and it also received more than a few nods from different critics’ associations over the last few days.
And this just in: Jennifer Lawrence has been nominated for a Golden Globe.
Here is the list of critics’ awards and nominations:
The Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA) nominated the film in four categories: Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Young Actor/Actress (J. Lawrence), Best Adapted Screenplay. The winners will be announced at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards ceremony on Friday, January 14.
The Southeastern Film Critics Association (SEFCA) included it among the Top Ten Films this year and presented it with the Gene Wyatt Award for Film That Best Evokes the Spirit of the South. Winter’s Bone was also the runner-up for Best Ensemble, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Actress. – theCLog
Jennifer Lawrence was named best actress this year by the Toronto Film Critics Association – THR
John Hawkes won Best Supporting Actor from the San Francisco Film Critics Circle – Collider
The Detroit Film Critics Society nominated the film in six categories: Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor (J. Hawkes), Best Ensemble, Breakthrough Performance (J. Lawrence) – Indiewire
San Diego Film Critics nominated it in seven categories: Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress (Dale Dickey), Best Supporting Actor (J. Hawkes), Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Ensemble Performance. – The Awards Psychic
Jennifer Lawrence also got a nod as the runner-up for Best Actress from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association – Movieweb
After Stockholm, the Gotham Awards and Independent Spirit nominations earlier this week, Winter’s Bone was included among the Top 10 Films of 2010 by the National Board of Review (Jennifer Lawrence also got an award for Breakthrough Performance) and then it won four prizes at the Torino Film Festival.
The Jury of Torino 28 – International Feature Film Competition of the 28th Torino Film Festival, composed of Marco Bellocchio (President, Italy), Barbora Bobulova (Italy), Michel Ciment (France), Helmut Grasser (Austria), Joe R. Lansdale (US) awards the following prizes :