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San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards

The San Francisco Film Critics Circle (SFFCC) was founded in 2002 as an organization of film journalists and critics from San Francisco, California based publications.

Included in its membership are journalists from San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa Times, San Francisco Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, East Bay Express, San Jose Metro, Palo Alto Weekly, Pacific Sun, San Francisco Examiner, KRON-TV, Variety, CultureVulture.net, Splicedwire.com and CombustibleCelluloid.com.

SFFCC Awards

In December of each year, the SFFCC meets to vote on their San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards for films released in the same calendar year.

Among the films that have received SFFCC awards are

The Pianist (2002),[1]
Lost in Translation (2003),[2]
Sideways (2004),[3]
Brokeback Mountain (2005),[4]
Little Children (2006),[5]
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007),[6]
Away from Her (2007),[7]
The Wrestler (2008),[8]
Milk (2008),[9]
The Dark Knight (2008),[10]
The Hurt Locker (2009),[11]
The Social Network (2010),[12]
The Tree of Life (2011).[13]

Categories of awards include:

Best Actor
Best Actress
Best Cinematography
Best Director
Best Documentary Feature
Best Film
Best Foreign Language Film
Best Animated Film
Best Screenplay (2004–)
Best Supporting Actor
Best Supporting Actress

Multiple award winners

References

External links

  • San Francisco Film Critics Circle official website
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