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'Slumdog Millionaire' and 'Wall-E' Share 2008 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards' Top Price

December 15, 2008 (6:22 am) GMT
As Boston Society of Film Critics announced their 2008 winners, it is revealed that 'Slumdog Millionaire' and 'Wall-E' were in tie for Best Picture, while 'Milk' brought home most awards.

Winners of the 2008 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards have been named. At the organization's annual meeting on Sunday, December 14, "" and "" have been hailed BSFC Awards' best picture. In tie for the best picture prize, both "Slumdog" and "Wall-E" collected one other prize, "Slumdog" received Best Film Editing kudo, whereas "Wall-E" was dubbed Best Animated Film.

Apart from those two movies, "" has dominated the awards recipients' list with three awards. Bringing home Best Director recognition for its director Gus Van Sant, the biopic movie about Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man to be voted into public office in America, has nailed the Best Screenplay kudo and its leading actor was in tie with of "".

In the performers categories, was named Best Actress for her performance in "" and was given the Best Supporting Actress title for "". 's portrayal as lunatic Joker in "" has edged out 's performance in "" and won him Best Supporting Actor.

Though the winners have been announced on Sunday, the presentation of the awards will be done on February 8, 2009. The ceremony which is the second time for the Boston Society of Film Critics will take place at the Brattle Theater.



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