The 59-year-old Spanish actor was awarded the Best Actor prize by the National Society of Film Critics over the weekend.
Banderas picked up the prize for his performance in Pedro Almodóvar’s Pain and Glory.
The organization rolled out the winners on its official Twitteraccount. “We have 20 critics voting in New York, 9 critics voting remotely from L.A. and other cities, and 14 critics voting by proxy,” the group tweeted.
The National Society of Film Criticswas founded in 1966. Its members include critics from major papers in Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Denver.
Here’s this year’s list of winners:
Best Picture: Parasite Director: Greta Gerwig, Little Women Screenplay: Bong Joon Ho and Han Jin Won, Parasite Cinematography: Claire Mathon,Portrait of a Lady on Fireand Atlantics Actress: Mary Kay Place, Diane Actor: Antonio Banderas, Pain and Glory Supporting actress: Laura Dern, Marriage Storyand Little Women Supporting actor: Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood Non-fiction film: Honeyland Film heritage award: Museum of Modern Art Film heritage award: Rialto Pictures
Oscar Isaac is officially the (film) critics’ choice…
The 33-year-old Guatemalan and Cuban American actor, a first time Golden Globe nominee, earned Best Actor honors from the National Society of Film Critics during the organization’s 48th annual awards over the weekend.
Isaac won the award for his starring performance in Joel and Ethan Coen’s drama Inside Llewyn Davis.
The film, which was named Best Picture at this weekend’s awards show with 23 votes, centers on Isaac’s character, a young folk singer navigating the Greenwich Village folk scene of 1961.
In all, Inside Llewyn Davis earned four awards.
The society, made up of 56 critics from across the United States, considered any film that opened in the U.S. during 2013.