NYFCC Awards News

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Armond White Kicked Out Of New York Film Critics Circle For Heckling ’12 Years A Slave’s Steve McQueen; Another Member Suspended

deadline.com – It didn’t take long for the New York Film Critics Circle to act after one of its members, CityArts critic Armond White, ripped into 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen after the helmer was introduced at the group’s awards ceremony January 6. The NYFCC had apologized the next day for the reported outburst from White, who later denied wrongdoing. 6 years 30 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Why Armond White got kicked out of the New York Film Critics Circle

insidemovies.ew.com – This morning, the members of the New York Film Critics Circle, including me, voted to expel Armond White, the former 6 years 30 weeks ago via brucelee
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Embattled Film Critic Armond White: I Never Heckled Steve McQueen (Exclusive)

feedproxy.google.com – The controversial film critic for the New York City culture review City Arts shares with THR what happened, from his perspective, on Monday night.On Monday night, at the 69th annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards, Armond White, a well-known film critic for the New York City culture review City Arts and a longtime member and past chairman of the NYFCC, made disparaging remarks about best director winner Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave) as McQueen took the stage. 6 years 31 weeks ago via brucelee
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NY Film Critics Circle Apologizes For Steve McQueen Heckling; Latest Outburst In Classless Oscar Campaign Season

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: The New York Film Critics Circle has issued a formal apology for the behavior of at least one of its member critics at last night’s awards ceremony when director Steve McQueen accepted his prize for 12 Years A Slave. Our sister publication Variety identified the heckler as CityArts editor and well-known cantankerous contrarian critic Armond White, who, per Ramin Setoodeh’s report, said some remarkably inelegant foul-mouthed things to McQueen after the filmmaker was introduced in an impassioned speech by Harry Belafonte. 6 years 31 weeks ago via jackiechan
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New York Film Critics Circle Award: Standing O for Robert Redford, But Harry Belafonte Steals Show

feedproxy.google.com – "If you never do anything else, many in your tribe--many in the world--are deeply grateful," Belafonte, 86, told Steve McQueen before handing him the best director prize. Meanwhile, film critic Armond White heckled McQueen from the audience. Robert Redford, Cate Blanchett, Bradley Cooper, Jared Leto, Glenn Close, Harry Belafonte, Mark Ruffalo, Steve McQueen, Michael B. 6 years 31 weeks ago via jetli
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'12 Years a Slave' Director Steve McQueen Heckled at New York Critics Circle Awards

variety.com – The 79th annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards turned awkward on Monday night when CityArts editor Armond White started to heckle director Steve McQueen. McQueen had just accepted his prize for “12 Years a Slave,” presented by Harry Belafonte, when the interruption broke out. As soon as McQueen took the stage, White started shouting... 6 years 31 weeks ago via brucelee
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New York Film Critics Circle 2013 Winners (UPDATE)

feedproxy.google.com – We are posting the New York Film Critics Circle winners as they are announced. So far we have ... 6 years 36 weeks ago via brucelee
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2013 New York Film Critics Circle winners as they're announced

hitfix.com – The New York Film Critics Circle will be dishing out kudos any minute now. We'll be here to chalk up the winners with thoughts and commentary as it happens, so stay tuned! 6 years 36 weeks ago via brucelee
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New York Film Critics Circle Award Winners

fb.indiewire.com – The New York Film Critics' Circle, widely considered one of the leading organizations of film critics in the country, are announcing the winners of their 2012 awards this morning. 7 years 36 weeks ago via brucelee
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New York Film Critics Circle Kicks Off Awards Season By Anointing Streep, Pitt, The Artist

movieline.com – The New York Film Critics Circle made waves by moving their awards announcement up to November 29 in an effort to claim "First!" but Oscar-watchers have to admit: Between the NYFCC Twitter roll-out and this morning's Spirit Awards nominations, there's a crackle in the air on an otherwise slo-o-o-w news day. 8 years 37 weeks ago via donnieyen
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