TAR Named Best Film Of 2022 By National Society Of Film Critics

Mar 13, 2023

The 60+ members of the National Society of Film Critics (mostly NYFCC and LAFCA members) too some time out on the first Saturday of 2023 to select their honorees for 2022. The top prize went to Todd Field’s “TAR” for Best Film which also won the equivalent prize from the aforementioned Los Angeles and New York critic organizations. The Focus Features release also won Best Actress for Cate Blanchett and Best Screenplay for Field. In a mild surprise, Charlotte Wells took the Best Director prize for “Aftersun.”
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Martin McDonough’s “The Banshees of Inisherin” took the Best Actor prize for Colin Farrell and the Best Supporting Actress award for Kerry Condon. Ke Huy Quan took Best Supporting Actor for “Everything Everywhere All At Once.” Film Not In The English Language when to the Oscar-shortlist “EO.” While potential Documentary Oscar winner “All The Beauty And All The Bloodshed” took the doc prize.
The organization named Turner Classic Movies online publication Screen Slate and film scholar Jeanine Basinger as its Film Heritage honorees.
In 2022 the NSFC awarded “Drive My Car” for Best Picture and “Nomadland” in 2021.
Like many critics groups, the NSFC reveals the runners-up and how many points each film or contender earned. This year’s full list is as follows:
Best Picture: TÁR (61 points)
AFTERSUN (49 points)
NO BEARS (32 points)
Best Director: Charlotte Wells, AFTERSUN (60 points)
Park Chan-wook, DECISION TO LEAVE (47 points)
Jafar Panahi, NO BEARS (36 points)
Best Screenplay: Todd Field, TÁR (61 points)
Martin McDonagh, THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN (42 points)
James Gray, ARMAGEDDON TIME (18 points)
Best Actress: Cate Blanchett, TÁR (59 points)
Tilda Swinton, THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER, and Michelle Williams, THE FABELMANS (27 points)
Best Actor: Colin Farrell, AFTER YANG and THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN (71 points)
Paul Mescal, AFTERSUN (55 points)
Bill Nighy, LIVING (33 points)
Best Supporting Actress: Kerry Condon, THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN (57 points)
Nina Hoss, TÁR (43 points)
Dolly de Leon, TRIANGLE OF SADNESS (35 points)
Best Supporting Actor: Ke Huy Quan, EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE (45 points)
Brian Tyree Henry, CAUSEWAY (35 points)
Barry Keoghan, THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN (27 points)
Best Film Not in the English Language: EO (43 points)
NO BEARS (37 points)
Best Nonfiction Film: ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED (46 points)
DESCENDANT (40 points)

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