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Winners of 2009 Online Film Critics Society Awards

January 20, 2009 (5:07 am) GMT
'The Dark Knight' and 'Let the Right One In' sweep off the 2009 Online Film Critics Society Awards with four kudos each, while 'Wall-E' is named Best Picture.

Online Film Critics Society have announced the winners of 2009 Online Film Critics Society Awards on Monday, January 19. Among those lucky enough to bring home the kudos were Warner Bros.' superhero movie "", Magnet Releasing's horror drama "" and Disney/Pixar animation "".

Both "The Dark Knight" and "Let the Right One In" collected four prizes each, while "Wall-E" nabbed three. "Dark Knight" won Best Director for Christopher Nolan, Best Supporting Actor for , Best Cinematography for Wally Pfister, and Best Original Score for James Newton Howard and Hans Zimmer.

"Let the Right One In", on the other hand, was hailed Best Foreign Film and took the prizes of Best Adapted Screenplay for John Ajvide Lindqvist, Breakthrough Performance for Lina Leandersson, and Breakthrough Filmmaker for Tomas Alfredson. Meanwhile, "Wall-E" took three kudos from the awards, landing the title of Best Picture and Best Animated Picture aside from getting the Best Original Screenplay kudo for Andrew Stanton and Jim Reardon.

Other winners include and who received the award for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress respectively for their performances in "". "" star was named Best Actress for her portrayal of Wendy Carroll, an alienated woman who hopes to start a new life in Alaska with her dog, Lucy.

Complete Winners of 2009 Online Film Critics Society Awards:


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