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Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2016

12 Dec 2016

TORONTO FILM CRITICS ASSOCIATION AWARDS

This is what being an honoured member of the Toronto Film Critics Association is all about.  All the members sit down one Sunday afternoon to vote and decide the best of the best each year.  here is debate, sometimes heated on who should win what and who should not win what.

What we voted for Best Picture was very close to Sight and Sound’s 2016 international critics poll that listed TONI ERDMANN and number 1 film and MOONLIGHT as number two.  Here, the best two films were identical but the order reversed.

Note TONI ERDMANN opens in Toronto last week of January.  Yes, it is a 163-minute long German comedy with subtitles.  I have seen it twice.  See it twice to get it!  The best scene is Sandra Hiller singing “The Greatest Love of All”.

Below are the complete list of award winners.  The prizes will be celebrated during the annual TFCA Gala Awards dinner beginning of January 2017.

The winners are often present or will send their remarks by video.

2016 is another great year at the movies.

BEST PICTURE 

"Moonlight" (Elevation Pictures)

BEST ACTOR

Adam Driver, "Paterson"

BEST ACTRESS

Sandra Hüller, "Toni Erdmann"

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Mahershala Ali, "Moonlight"

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Michelle Williams, "Manchester By the Sea"

BEST DIRECTOR

Maren Ade, "Toni Erdmann"

BEST SCREENPLAY, ADAPTED OR ORIGINAL

"Manchester By the Sea"

    written by Kenneth Lonergan

BEST FIRST FEATURE

"The Witch", directed by Robert Eggers

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE

"Zootopia" (Walt Disney Studios)

BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM

"Toni Erdmann (Mongrel Media)

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE

"Cameraperson" (Films We Like)

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