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1989 - 24th Annual National Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture : Drugstore Cowboy

(RU - Enemies, A Love Story)
Best Director : Gus Van Sant, Drugstore Cowboy
(RU - Paul Mazursky - Enemies, A Love Story)
Best Actor : Daniel Day-Lewis, My Left Foot
(RU - Morgan Freeman - Driving Miss Daisy)
Best Actress : Michelle Pfeiffer, The Fabulous Baker Boys
(RU - Jessica Tandy - Driving Miss Daisy)
Best Supporting Actor : Beau Bridges, The Fabulous Baker Boys
(RU - Denzel Washington - Glory)
Best Supporting Actress : Anjelica Huston, Enemies-A Love Story
(RU - Lena Olin - Enemies, A Love Story)
Best Screenplay : Gus Van Sant, Daniel Yost, Drugstore Cowboy
Best Cinematography : Michael Ball Haus, The Fabulous Baker Boys
Best Documentary : Roger and Me, directed by Michael Moore


1988 - 23rd Annual National Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture : The Unbearable Lightness of Being
(RU - Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown)
Best Director : Phillip Kaufman, The Unbearable Lightness of Being
(RU - Chris Menges - A World Apart)
Best Actor : Michael Keaton, Beetlejuice / Clean and Sober
Best Actress : Judy Davis, High Tide
(RU - Carmen Maura - Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown)
Best Supporting Actor : Dean Stockwell, Married To The Mob / Tucker: The Man And His Dream
(RU - Alec Guinness - Little Dorrit)
Best Supporting Actress : Mercedes Ruehl, Married To The Mob
(RU - Lena Olin - The Unbearable Lightness of Being)
Best Screenplay : Ron Shelton, Bull Durham
(RU - Dead Ringers)
Best Cinematography : Henri Alekan, Wings Of Desire
Best Documentary : The Thin Blue Line, directed by Errol Morris
Special Prize : Pedro Almodovar, for his originality in films such as "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown" and "Matador"


1987 - 22nd Annual National Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture : The Dead
(RU - Hope and Glory)
Best Director : John Boorman, Hope And Glory
(RU - John Huston - The Dead)
Best Actor : Steve Martin, Roxanne
(RU - Albert Brooks - Broadcast News)
Best Actress : Emily Lloyd, Wish You Were Here
(RU - Diane Keaton - Baby Boom)
Best Supporting Actor : Morgan Freeman, Street Smart
(RU - Sean Connery - The Untouchables)
Best Supporting Actress : Kathy Baker, Street Smart
(RU - Vanessa Redgrave - Prick Up Your Ears)
Best Screenplay : John Boorman, Hope And Glory
(RU - The Dead)
Best Cinematography : Philippe Rousselot, Hope And Glory
Special Prize : Richard Roud, former director of the New York Film Festival


1986 - 21st Annual National Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture : Blue Velvet
(RU - Hannah and Her Sisters)
Best Director : David Lynch, Blue Velvet
(RU - Andrei Tarkovsky - The Sacrifice)
Best Actor : Bob Hoskins, Mona Lisa
(RU - Jeff Goldblum - The Fly)
Best Actress : Chloe Webb, Sid and Nancy
(RU - Kathleen Turner - Peggy Sue Got Married)
Best Supporting Actor : Dennis Hopper, Blue Velvet
(RU - Daniel Day-Lewis - My Beautiful Laundrette)
Best Supporting Actress : Dianne Wiest, Hannah and Her Sisters
(RU - Barbara Hershey - Hannah and Her Sisters)
Best Screenplay : Hanif Kureishi, My Beautiful Laundrette
(RU - Hannah and Her Sisters)
Best Cinematography : Frederic Elmes, Blue Velvet
Best Documentary : Marlene, directed by Maximilian Schell


1985 - 20th Annual National Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture : Ran
(RU - The Purple Rose of Cairo)
Best Director : John Huston, Prizzi's Honor
(RU - Akira Kurosawa - Ran)
Best Actor : Jack Nicholson, Prizzi's Honor
(RU - William Hurt - Kiss of the Spider Woman)
Best Actress : Vanessa Redgrave, Wetherby
(RU - Jessica Lange - Sweat Dreams)
Best Supporting Actor : John Gielgud, Plenty / The Shooting Party
(RU - William Hickey - Prizzi's Honor)
Best Supporting Actress : Anjelica Huston, Prizzi's Honor
(RU - Mieko Harada - Ran)
Best Screenplay : Albert Brooks, Monica Johnson, Lost In America
Best Cinematography : Takao Saito, Ran
Best Documentary : Shoah, directed by Claude Lanzmann


1984 - 19th Annual National Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture : Stranger Than Paradise
(RU - A Sunday in the Country)
Best Director : Robert Bresson, L'argent
(RU - Bertrand Tavernier - A Sunday in the Country)
Best Actor : Steve Martin, All Of Me
(RU - Albert Finney - Under the Volcano)
Best Actress : Vanessa Redgrave, The Bostonians
(RU - Kathleen Turner - Romancing the Stone)
Best Supporting Actor : John Malkovich, Places In The Heart / The Killing Fields
(RU - Ralph Richardson - Greystoke: Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes)
Best Supporting Actress : Melanie Griffith, Body Double
(RU - Peggy Ashcroft - A Passage to India)
Best Screenplay : Babaloo Mandel, Lowell Ganz, Bruce Jay Friedman, Splash
(RU - A Sunday in the Country)
Best Cinematography : Chris Menges, Comfort and Joy / The Killing Fields
Best Documentary : Stop Making Sense, directed by Jonathan Demme


1983 - 18th Annual National Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture : The Night of the Shooting Stars
(RU - Fanny & Alexander)
Best Director : Paolo And Vittorio Taviani, The Night of the Shooting Stars
(RU - Philip Kaufman - The Right Stuff)
Best Actor : Gerard Depardieu, Danton / The Return of Martin Guerre
(RU - Robert Duvall - Tender Mercies)
Best Actress : Debra Winger, Terms of Endearment
(RU - Joanna Cassidy - Under Fire)
Best Supporting Actor : Jack Nicholson, Terms of Endearment
Best Supporting Actress : Sandra Bernhard, King of Comedy
(RU - Cher - Silkwood)
Best Screenplay : Bill Forsyth, Local Hero
Best Cinematography : Hiro Narita, Never Cry Wolf


1982 - 17th Annual National Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture : Tootsie
(RU - E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial)
Best Director : Steven Spielberg, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
(RU - Sydney Pollack - Tootsie)
Best Actor : Dustin Hoffman, Tootsie
(RU - Ben Kingsley - Gandhi)
Best Actress : Meryl Streep, Sophie's Choice
(RU - Jessica Lange - Frances / Tootsie)
Best Supporting Actor : Mickey Rourke, Diner
(RU - Bill Murray - Tootsie)
Best Supporting Actress : Jessica Lange, Tootsie
(RU - Glenn Close - The World According to Garp)
Best Screenplay : Murray Schisgal, Larry Gelbart, Tootsie
(RU - Diner)
Best Cinematography : Philippe Rousselot, Diva


1981 - 16th Annual National Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture : Atlantic City
(RU - Reds)
Best Director : Louis Malle, Atlantic City
(RU - Sidney Lumet - Prince of the City)
Best Actor : Burt Lancaster, Atlantic City
(RU - Gene Hackman - All Night Long)
Best Actress : Marilia Pera, Pixote
(RU - Faye Dunaway - Mommie Dearest)
Best Supporting Actor : Robert Preston, S.O.B.
(RU - Jerry Orbach - Prince of the City)
Best Supporting Actress : Maureen Stapleton, Reds
Best Screenplay : John Guare, Atlantic City
Best Cinematography : Gordon Willis, Pennies From Heaven


1980 - 15th Annual National Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Picture : Melvin and Howard
(RU - Raging Bull)
Best Director : Martin Scorsese, Raging Bull
(RU - Jonathan Demme - Melvin and Howard)
Best Actor : Peter O'toole, The Stunt Man
(RU - Robert De Niro - Raging Bull)
Best Actress : Sissy Spacek, Coal Miner's Daughter
Best Supporting Actor : Joe Pesci, Raging Bull
Best Supporting Actress : Mary Steenburgen, Melvin and Howard
Best Screenplay : Bo Goldman, Melvin and Howard
Best Cinematography : Michael Chapman, Raging Bull


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