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'The Social Network' Gets Best Picture Prizes From Three Critics' Awards

December 13, 2010 (6:06 am) GMT
The drama by director David Fincher nabs the coveted title from Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Boston Film Critics and New York Film Critics Online.

"" has swept Best Picture kudos at three different awards unveiled on December 12. It is picked as the best film at Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards, Boston Film Critics Awards as well as the New York Film Critics Online Awards.

From Los Angeles Film Critics, director David Fincher wins an award for directing, tied with "Carlos" helmer Olivier Assayas. Aaron Sorkin is honored with a gong for his screenplay and gets another kudo for his writing in the same film from Boston Film Critics.

Boston Film Critics additionally award with best actor prize, while the same honor is given to ("") by Boston Film Critics. "The Social Network" gets other awards from Boston Trent Film Critics for Fincher's directing and best music, thanks to Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

At NYFCO awards, "The Social Network" gets three kudos in total. Beside the best picture, the drama once again lands an honor each for director Fincher and screenwriter Sorkin. Meanwhile, the best actor title at NYFCO is won by ("").

"" also rakes multiple awards at these three Critics Awards, with lead actress getting Best Actress title from Boston Film Critics and NYFCO. She loses the Best Actress honor at Los Angeles Film Critics to Kim Hye-Ja ("").

Winners of the 36th Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards:

Winners of 2010 Boston Film Critics Awards: Winners of 2010 New York Film Critics Online Awards:

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