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1980 National Society of Film Critics Awards

 

1980 National Society of Film Critics Awards

15th NSFC Awards

January 6, 1981


Best Film:
Melvin and Howard

The 15th National Society of Film Critics Awards, given on 6 January 1981, honored the best filmmaking of 1980.

Winners

Best Picture

1. Melvin and Howard
2. Raging Bull
2. Every Man for Himself (Sauve qui peut (la vie))

Best Director

1. Martin ScorseseRaging Bull
2. Jonathan DemmeMelvin and Howard
3. Jean-Luc GodardEvery Man for Himself (Sauve qui peut (la vie))

Best Actor

1. Peter O'TooleThe Stunt Man
2. Robert De NiroRaging Bull
3. Robert DuvallThe Great Santini

Best Actress

1. Sissy SpacekCoal Miner's Daughter
2. Mary Tyler MooreOrdinary People
3. Goldie HawnPrivate Benjamin

Best Supporting Actor

1. Joe PesciRaging Bull
2. Timothy HuttonOrdinary People
3. Jason RobardsMelvin and Howard

Best Supporting Actress

1. Mary SteenburgenMelvin and Howard
2. Debra WingerUrban Cowboy
3. Cathy MoriartyRaging Bull

Best Screenplay

1. Bo GoldmanMelvin and Howard
2. John SaylesReturn of the Secaucus 7
3. Jean GruaultMon Oncle d'Amérique

Best Cinematography

1. Michael ChapmanRaging Bull
2. Freddie FrancisThe Elephant Man
3. Ghislain Cloquet and Geoffrey UnsworthTess

External links

  • Past Awards

References

  • Society Of Film Critics Picks Melvin And Howard The Palm Beach Post
  • 'MELVIN AND HOWARD' IS CHOSEN AS BEST FILM The New York Times
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