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Sean Penn's 'Into the Wild' and Paul Thomas Anderson's 'There Will Be Blood' nab the 34th Cesar Awards' nominations for foreign film category, while 'Mesrine' collect 10 nods.
Praised by many as the best film of 2007, the acclaimed crime drama had to admit defeat from a Brazilian corruption and violence drama 'The Elite Squad' at the 58th Berlinale Awards.
Nailing 8 nods each following the nomination announcement on Tuesday, January 22, 'There Will Be Blood' and 'No Country for Old Men' led the race for the 80th Annual Academy Awards
Once again, the Paul Thomas Anderson's film was hailed as Best Picture by film critics as 42nd KCFCC Loutzenhiser Awards announced its winners on January 6.
On Saturday, January 5, 2008 at Sardi's Restaurant in New York, the Paul Thomas Anderson's drama film was hailed as the best picture of 2007 by the National Society of Film Critics.
The drama film starring Keira Knightley and James McAvoy has received six nominations from the 2007 Online Film Critics Society.
The special screenings will take place in fourteen cities following the movie's limited release in New York and Los Angeles.
"No Country for Old Men" Came out as top winner with four trophies in total with Ellen Page garnering two prizes for "Juno."
"No Country for Old Men" tied with "There Will Be Blood" for scoring most kudos by landing three honors apiece.
Garnering only a few awards lately, "There Will Be Blood" was back on its winning streak as it won five prestigious awards given by Austin Film Critics Association.
Miramax Films' "No Country for Old Men" came out as the best movie, but lost the Best Director and Adapted Screenplay trophies to "There Will Be Blood."
Coen Brothers' "No Country for Old Men" swept four prizes as the big winner of the yearly event, notably that of top honor Best Picture.