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1969 National Society of Film Critics Awards

 

1969 National Society of Film Critics Awards

4th NSFC Awards

January 5, 1970


Best Film:
Z

The 4th National Society of Film Critics Awards, given on 5 January 1970, honored the best filmmaking of 1969.

The member critics voting for the awards were Newsweek, Andrew Sarris of The Village Voice, Richard Schickel of Life, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. of Vogue, and John Simon of The New Leader.

Winners

Best Picture

  • Z (21 points)

2. Stolen Kisses (11 points)
3. The Unfaithful Wife (10 points)

Best Director

2. Costa-GavrasZ (11 points)
3. Claude ChabrolThe Unfaithful Wife (9 points)
3. Miklós JancsóThe Red and the White (9 points)

Best Actor

2. Peter O'TooleGoodbye, Mr. Chips (14 points)
3. Michel BouquetThe Unfaithful Wife (9 points)
3. Robert RedfordDownhill Racer and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (9 points)

Best Actress

2. Jane FondaThey Shoot Horses, Don't They? (16 points)
3. Verna BloomMedium Cool (5 points)
3. Maggie SmithThe Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (5 points)
3. Ingrid ThulinThe Damned (5 points)

Best Supporting Actor

Best Supporting Actress (tie)

3. Verna BloomMedium Cool (12 points)
3. Dyan CannonBob & Carol & Ted & Alice (12 points)
3. Celia JohnsonThe Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

Best Screenplay

2. Z (18 points)
3. Alvin SargentThe Sterile Cuckoo (6 points)

Best Cinematography

2. Miroslav OndricekIf.... (11 points)
3. Haskell WexlerMedium Cool (8 points)

Special Awards

External links

  • Past Awards

References

  • Film 69/70: An Anthology by the National Society of Film Critics. Joseph Morgenstern and Stefan Kanfer, eds. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1970.
  • National Film Critics Crown 'Z,' Jon Voight, Miss Redgrave The New York Times
  • 1969 National Society of Film Critics Awards Internet Movie Database
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