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Online Film Critics’ Society Awards, 2018

Christmas is over, but awards season keep right on truckin’.

I’m a member of a couple of critics’ organisations, so we’ve been releasing a couple of these lists upon which I voted. I’ve also released my own top ten as part of a Scannain end-of-year podcast.

In the meantime, the Online Film Critics’ Society have released their end of year awards. Thrilled to be a part of the group, who are voting on films released internationally during the calendar year of 2018. As such, it will be a different pool of films than the Dublin Film Critics Circle awards.

Anyway, without further ado…

Best Film

  1. Roma
  2. BlacKkKlansman
  3. If Beale Street Could Talk
  4. First Reformed
  5. The Favourite
  6. You Were Never Really Here
  7. Annihilation
  8. Eighth Grade
  9. Hereditary
  10. A Star Is Born
  11. Suspiria

Best Animated Film

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Best Director

Alfonso Cuarón, Roma

Best Lead Actor

Ethan Hawke, First Reformed

Best Lead Actress

Toni Colette, Hereditary

Best Supporting Actor

Michael B. Jordan, Black Panther

Best Supporting Actress

Regina King, If Beale Street Could Talk

Best Original Screenplay

Paul Schrader, First Reformed

Best Adapted Screenplay

Barry Jenkins, If Beale Street Could Talk

Best Editting

Eddie Hamilton, Mission: Impossible – Fallout

Best Cinematography

Alfonso Cuarón, Roma

Best Original Score

Nicholas Britell, If Beale Street Could Talk

Best Debut Feature

Ari Aster, Hereditary

Best Film Not in the English Language


Best Documentary

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Technical Achievements

Annihilation, Best Visual Effects
Black Panther, Best Costume Design
Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Best Stunt Coordination
A Quiet Place, Best Sound Design
A Star Is Born, Best Original Songs

Lifetime Achievement Awards

Roger Deakins
Spike Lee
Rita Moreno
Robert Redford
Agnès Varda

Special Achievements

Director Ryan Cooglerfor Black Panther‘s distinctive critical and box office appeal

The city of Oakland, CA, for hosting two of 2018’s most socially and artistically compelling films about race relations, Sorry to Bother You and Blindspotting.

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