Carey Mulligan's 'Promising Young Woman' Wins Big at Columbus Awards
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The new movie directed by Emerald Fennell has beat Oscar favorite 'Nomadland' to win Best Film at the 19th annual Columbus Film Critics Association awards.

AceShowbiz - Carey Mulligan's new movie "Promising Young Woman" has triumphed at 19th annual Columbus Film Critics Association awards, beating hot Oscars favourite "Nomadland".

Writer/director Emerald Fennell's disturbing new film about a female sexual abuse vigilante has been crowned Best Film while Mulligan has landed the Best Actress honour. The movie's screenplay is also a winner.

"Nomadland" has also picked up three awards with Chloe Zhao named Best Director while Riz Ahmed's portrayal of a deaf drummer in "Sound of Metal" has scored him the Best Actor prize, making him an Oscars favourite.

The complete list of winners is:

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