2016 National Society of Film Critics Awards

51st NSFC Awards

January 7, 2017


Best Film:
Moonlight

The 51st National Society of Film Critics Awards, given on 7 January 2017, honored the best in film for 2016.[1][2]

WinnersEdit

Winners are listed in boldface along with the runner-up positions and counts from the final round:

 
Barry Jenkins, Best Director winner
 
Casey Affleck, Best Actor winner
 
Isabelle Huppert, Best Actress winner
 
Mahershala Ali, Best Supporting Actor winner
 
Michelle Williams, Best Supporting Actress winner
 
Kenneth Lonergan, Best Screenplay winner

Best PictureEdit

  1. Moonlight (54)
  2. Manchester by the Sea (39)
  3. La La Land (31)

Best DirectorEdit

  1. Barry JenkinsMoonlight (53)
  2. Damien ChazelleLa La Land (37)
  3. Kenneth LonerganManchester by the Sea (23)

Best ActorEdit

  1. Casey AffleckManchester by the Sea (65)
  2. Denzel WashingtonFences (21)
  3. Adam DriverPaterson (20)

Best ActressEdit

  1. Isabelle HuppertElle and Things to Come (55)
  2. Annette Bening20th Century Women (26)
  3. Sandra HüllerToni Erdmann (26)

Best Supporting ActorEdit

  1. Mahershala AliMoonlight (72)
  2. Jeff BridgesHell or High Water (18)
  3. Michael ShannonNocturnal Animals (14)

Best Supporting ActressEdit

  1. Michelle WilliamsManchester by the Sea (58)
  2. Lily GladstoneCertain Women (45)
  3. Naomie HarrisMoonlight (25)

Best ScreenplayEdit

  1. Kenneth LonerganManchester by the Sea (61)
  2. Barry JenkinsMoonlight (39)
  3. Taylor SheridanHell or High Water (16)

Best CinematographyEdit

  1. James LaxtonMoonlight (52)
  2. Linus SandgrenLa La Land (27)
  3. Rodrigo PrietoSilence (23)

Best Foreign Language FilmEdit

  1. Toni ErdmannMaren Ade (52)
  2. The HandmaidenPark Chan-wook (26)
  3. EllePaul Verhoeven (19)
  4. Things to ComeMia Hansen-Løve (19)

Best Non-Fiction FilmEdit

  1. O.J.: Made in AmericaEzra Edelman (64)
  2. I Am Not Your NegroRaoul Peck (36)
  3. 13thAva DuVernay (20)

Film Heritage AwardEdit

  • Kino Lorber's 5-disc collection of Pioneers of African-American Cinema

Special CitationEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Awards for 2016". National Society of Film Critics. January 7, 2017. Retrieved January 7, 2017.
  2. ^ Shanley, Patrick (January 7, 2017). "'Moonlight' Named Best Picture by the National Society of Film Critics". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved January 7, 2017.

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