"The Irishman" Wins New York Film Critics’ Best Picture Honor
Robert De Niro (l) and Joe Pesci in a scene from “The Irishman.” (photo courtesy of Netflix)
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Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman was named Best Picture by the New York Film Critics Circle, with Joe Pesci also nabbing Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the Netflix movie.

Best Director distinction went to Benny and Josh Safdie for Uncut Gems while Quentin Tarantino earned Best Screenplay For Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood.

Antonio Banderas and Lupita Nyong’o won Best Actor and Actress, respectively, for Pain and Glory and Us.

Laura Dern took Best Supporting Actress for her performances in two films--Little Women and Marriage Story.

Taking the Best Cinematography honor was Claire Mathon for Portrait of a Lady on Fire.

Best First Film distinction was bestowed upon Mati Diop’s Atlantics.

Parasite wears the mantle as Best Foreign Language Film.

Honeyland was named Best Nonfiction Film.

Special awards have been designated for composer Randy Newman and Indie Collect.

The New York Film Critics Circle Awards will be presented to recipients next month in NYC.

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