The New York Film Critics Online Awards Alfonso Cuaron with Three Prizes for “Roma”

Alfonso Cuaron is the celebrating big in the Big Apple

The New York Film Critics Online has announced their winners, with the 57-year-old Mexican filmmaker coming away the big winner with three prizes.

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma

Cuaron’s Spanish-language drama Roma was named Best Picture, while he earned the Best Director award for helming the film.

Additionally, Cuaron took home the award for Best Cinematography for the semi-autobiographical take on Cuaron’s upbringing in Mexico City. The film follows the life of a live-in housekeeper to a middle-class family.

This marks the second Best Picture win for Roma, which was honored earlier in the day by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.

Here’s the complete list of winners:

Picture
Roma

Director
Alfonso Cuarón- Roma

Actor
Ethan Hawke – First Reformed

Actress
Melissa McCarthy – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Supporting Actor
Richard E. Grant – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Supporting Actress
Regina King – If Beale Street Could Talk

Screenplay
Deborah Davis & Tony McNamara – The Favourite

Cinematography
Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

Documentary
Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Foreign Language
Cold War

Ensemble Cast
The Favourite

Breakthrough Performer
Elsie Fisher – Eighth Grade

Debut as Director
Bo Burnham – Eighth Grade

Use of Music
Nicholas Britell – If Beale Street Could Talk

Animated Feature
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Top Ten (Alphabetical)

  1. BlackKklansman(Focus Features)
  2. Eight Grade (A24)
  3. The Favourite (Fox Searchlight)
  4. First Reformed (Fox Searchlight)
  5. Green Book (Universal)
  6. If Beale Street Could Talk (Annapurna)
  7. Leave No Trace (Bleecker Street)
  8. Roma (Netflix)
  9. A Star if Born (Warner Bros.)
  10. Vice (Annapurna)

Lubezki Claims Best Cinematographer Award from New York Film Critics Online

It could turn out to be another memorable awards season for Emmanuel Lubezki

The Mexican cinematographer—who picked up several awards, including his first-ever Oscar, last awards season for his work on Gravity—has claimed the Best Cinematographer prize from the New York Film Critics Online.

Emmanuel Lubezki

Lubezki won the award for his impressive work on Alejandro González Iñárritu’s critically acclaimed dark comedy Birdman.

It’s the third award Lubezki has picked up in nearly as many days…

Earlier, he claimed the same prize from the Boston Society of Film Critics and the Los Angeles Critics Association.

With all the hardware he’s starting to collect, it appears Lubezki is a shoo-in for a 2015 Academy Award nomination.

Meanwhile, González Iñárritu picked up another Best Screenplay award for co-penning Birdman with with Nicolás Giacobone,Alexander Dinelaris and Armando Bo. Earlier in the weekend, he picked up the same award from the Boston Society of Film Critics.

“Life of Pi” Cinematographer Miranda Wins Critics’ Choice Award

The Critics have spoken… And, they’ve heralded Claudio Miranda

The Chilean filmmaker picked up the first Critics’ Choice Award of his career, in his first try, from the Broadcast Film Critics Association on Thursday night.

Claudio Miranda

Miranda won the Best Cinematography trophy for his work on Ang Lee’s Life of Pi.

It’s the latest win for Miranda, who was just nominated for an Academy Award for serving as the Director of Photography on the critically acclaimed Life of Pi. He’d previously won a Satellite Award and a trophy from the New York Film Critics Online.

Meanwhile, Searching for Sugar Man – about Mexican American singer Rodriguezpicked up its latest Best Documentary Feature trophy.

Miranda Wins Best Cinematography Award from the New York Film Critics Online

He’s already received one Academy Award nomination… But Claudio Miranda is making a serious case for a second.

Claudio Miranda

The Chilean cinematographer –best known for his work on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, the first entirely digitally filmed movie nominated for an Oscar for Best Cinematography – has picked up the Best Cinematography award from the New York Film Critics Online for his visually stunning work on Ang Lee’s Life of Pi.

It’s the latest recognition of a job well done for Miranda, who received a Satellite Award nomination for Life of Pi’s cinematography last week from the International Press Academy.

Miranda’s credits include Tron: Legacy, Zodiac and Failure to Launch.