The Social Network, Biutful and the other winners of the 2010 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards have been announced. The Dallas-Fort Worth Critics Association (DFWFCA) is “an organization of 35 print, radio/TV and internet journalists from Dallas-Fort Worth-based publications. In December of each year, the DFWFCA meets to vote on their Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards for films released in the same calendar year.” The full listing of winners for the 2010 Dallas-Fort Worth Critics Association Awards is below.
Best Film: The Social Network
Runners-up: The King’s Speech; Black Swan; 127 Hours; Winter’s Bone; Inception; The Fighter; True Grit; The Town; The Kids Are All Right.
Best Foreign Language Film: Biutiful
Runners-up: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Mother, Lebanon I Am Love.
Best Director: David Fincher, The Social Network
Runners-up: Danny Boyle (127 Hours), Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan), Christopher Nolan (Inception), Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech).
Runners-up: Colin Firth (The King’s Speech), Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network), Robert Duvall (Get Low), Michael Douglas (Solitary Man).
Runners-up: Jennifer Lawrence (Winter’s Bone), Nicole Kidman (Rabbit Hole), Annette Bening (The Kids Are All Right), Michelle Williams (Blue Valentine).
Runners-up: Geoffrey Rush (The King’s Speech), Jeremy Renner (The Town), Bill Murray (Get Low), Chris Cooper (The Company Men).
Best Supporting Actress: Melissa Leo, The Fighter
Runners-up: Jacki Weaver (Animal Kingdom), Helena Bonham Carter (The King’s Speech), Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit) Mila Kunis (Black Swan).
Best Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network
Runner-up: Christopher Nolan (Inception)
Best Documentary: Waiting for ‘Superman’
Runners-up: Exit Through the Gift Shop, Restrepo, The Tillman Story Marwencol.
Best Animated Feature: Toy Story 3
Runner-up: How to Train Your Dragon
Best Cinematography: Enrique Chediak and Anthony Dod Mantle (127 Hours)
Runners-up (tie): Roger Deakins (True Grit) and Wally Pfister (Inception).
Russell Smith Award “for the year’s best low-budget or cutting-edge independent film”: Winter’s Bone