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National Society of Film Critics Cite Goodbye To Language as Best of 2014!

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The National Society of Film Critics has named Jean-Luc Goddard’s 3-D  film Goodbye To Language as the best film of 2014. Boyhood and Birdman were runners up.

The Society also named their selections for Best Director (Richard Linklater, Boyhood), Best Non-Fiction Film (citizenfour), Best Screenplay (The Grand Budapest Hotel), Best Cinematography (Dick Pope, Mr. Turner), Best Actor (Timothy Spall, Mr. Turner), Best Actress (Marion Cotilliard, Two Days, One Night), Best Supporting Actor (J.K. Simmons, whiplash) and Best Supporting Actress (Patricia Arquette, Boyhood).

The National Society of Film Critics also lists runners up for all awards. For a complete list, follow the jump.

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Calgary International Film Festival Celebrates Its Fifteenth Run And I Get To Be There!

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I am about to do something crazy – over the course of eleven days, between September 18th and 28th, I am going to try to see way too many movies from around the world and tell you about them.

Why? Because the Calgary International Film Festival is about to begin – and because, although it may not have the cachet of the Toronto International Film Festival, it has, over fourteen editions, provided a host of noteworthy films that have gone on to win awards, rack up critical acclaim and achieve hit or cult status everywhere. More following the jump.

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