“Drive My Car” Named Best Picture of 2021 by Seattle Film Critics Society

Seattle, WA – The Seattle Film Critics Society (“SFCS”) announced the winners in 20 categories for the 2021 Seattle Film Critics Society Awards on Monday, January 17, 2022. Ryûsuke Hamaguchi’s Drive My Car was the year’s big winner, picking up four awards, including Best Picture of the Year. From Japan, the film tells the story Read more about “Drive My Car” Named Best Picture of 2021 by Seattle Film Critics Society[…]

“The Power of the Dog” Leads the 2021 Seattle Film Critics Society Nominations

“The Power of the Dog” scores 11 nominations, followed by “Dune” with 10 and “The Green Knight” with 9 each. Seattle, WA. – The Seattle Film Critics Society has announced nominations for the 2021 Seattle Film Critics Society Awards, honoring the year’s best in film. Leading the field with 11 nominations is Jane Campion’s The Power Read more about “The Power of the Dog” Leads the 2021 Seattle Film Critics Society Nominations[…]

“Nomadland” Named Best Picture of 2020 by Seattle Film Critics Society

Seattle, WA – The Seattle Film Critics Society (“SFCS”) announced the winners in 20 categories for the 2020 Seattle Film Critics Society Awards on Monday, February 15, 2021. Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland proved the big winner this year, landing five awards, including Best Picture of the Year. The film, documenting one woman’s turn to a modern-day Read more about “Nomadland” Named Best Picture of 2020 by Seattle Film Critics Society[…]

“Minari” Leads the 2020 Seattle Film Critics Society Nominations

“Minari” scores 8 nominations, “Nomadland” and “First Cow” follow with 6 Seattle, WA. – The Seattle Film Critics Society has announced nominations for the 2020 Seattle Film Critics Society Awards, honoring the year’s best in film. Leading the field with 8 nominations is Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor (Steven Yeun), Read more about “Minari” Leads the 2020 Seattle Film Critics Society Nominations[…]

The 2020 Seattle Film Critics Society Awards to Be Announced February 15, 2021

In any other year, the Seattle Film Critics Society (SFCS) would have already announced its 2020 awards. As we all know, this isn’t a normal year. For the first (and hopefully only) time, we have extended our eligibility window to February 4, 2021, and will announce our 2020 nominees on Monday, February 8. The winners Read more about The 2020 Seattle Film Critics Society Awards to Be Announced February 15, 2021[…]

“Parasite” Named Best Picture of 2019 by Seattle Film Critics Society

Seattle, WA – The Seattle Film Critics Society (“SFCS”) announced the winners in 20 categories for the 2019 Seattle Film Critics Society Awards on Monday, December 16, 2019. Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite proved the big winner this year, landing five awards, including Best Picture of the Year. The South Korean film, which takes a multi-layered look Read more about “Parasite” Named Best Picture of 2019 by Seattle Film Critics Society[…]

“Get Out” Named Best Picture of 2017 By Seattle Film Critics Society

Seattle, WA – The Seattle Film Critics Society (“SFCS”) announced the winners in 19 categories for the 2017 Seattle Film Critics Society Awards on Monday, December 18, 2017. Winning the top prize of Best Picture of the Year was Jordan Peele’s Get Out, a satirical horror film looking at race relations in America. The film, Read more about “Get Out” Named Best Picture of 2017 By Seattle Film Critics Society[…]

‘Blade Runner 2049’ Leads the 2017 Seattle Film Critics Society Nominations

Dunkirk, Lady Bird, and The Shape of Water follow with 7 nominations each. Seattle, WA. – The Seattle Film Critics Society has announced nominations for the 2017 Seattle Film Critics Society Awards, honoring the best in film for 2017. Leading the field with 8 nominations is Denis Villeneuve’s epic, expansive, reimagining of a cult classic, Read more about ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Leads the 2017 Seattle Film Critics Society Nominations[…]

“Moonlight” Awarded Best Picture by Seattle Film Critics Society

Barry Jenkins’ film takes home 6 Seattle Film Critics Awards! Seattle, Wa. – Barry Jenkins’ groundbreaking drama Moonlight was the big winner with Seattle’s film critics community, winning 6 Seattle Film Awards including Best Picture.  In addition to winning the biggest prize as selected by the Seattle Film Critics Society, Jenkins was named Best Director and his screenplay, Read more about “Moonlight” Awarded Best Picture by Seattle Film Critics Society[…]