The South Korean drama was named Best Picture and also picked up the Best Screenplay award.
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Mary Kay Place won Best Actress for Diane, and Antonio Banderas was selected as Best Actor for his performance in Pedro Almodóvar’s Pain and Glory. The supporting acting honors went to Brad Pitt for Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood and Laura Dern for her roles in Marriage Story and Little Women.
The organization rolled out the winners on its official Twitter account. “We have 20 critics voting in New York, 9 critics voting remotely from L.A. and other cities, and 14 critics voting by proxy,” the group tweeted.
The National Society of Film Critics was founded in 1966. Its members include critics from major papers in Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Denver.
Below is this year’s list of winners:
Best Picture: Parasite
Director: Greta Gerwig, Little Women
Screenplay: Bong Joon Ho and Han Jin Won, Parasite
Cinematography: Claire Mathon, Portrait of a Lady on Fire and Atlantics
Actress: Mary Kay Place, Diane
Actor: Antonio Banderas, Pain and Glory
Supporting actress: Laura Dern, Marriage Story and Little Women
Supporting actor: Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood
Non-fiction film: Honeyland
Film heritage award: Museum of Modern Art
Film heritage award: Rialto Pictures
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