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No Country Named Best Film by Film Critics, Again!

January 14, 2008 06:43:13 GMT

On Friday, January 11, the Coen brothers' drama has been chosen to be the winner of the 2007 Best Film by the Central Ohio Film Critics Association adding another Best Film awards to its shelf.


No Country Named Best Film by Film Critics, Again!
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Once again, "No Country for Old Men" brought home another kudo for best film and several other prizes given away by film critics. On Friday, January 11, the Coen brothers' adventure drama film has been hailed as the 2007 Central Ohio Film Critics Association's Best Film beating its toughest contenders "Juno", "There Will Be Blood" and "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly".

The adaptation film from Cormac McCarthy's novel has garnered five awards and become a runner up for the category of Best Cinematography losing from "The Orphanage". Apart from the Best Picture, it nailed praises for Joel and Ethan Coen who won Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay as well as for Javier Bardem who earned Best Supporting Actor. It also landed the award for Best Ensemble.

Following "No Country", "Juno" became the next huge winner bringing home two awards, one is the Best Actress given to Ellen Page and another is the Best Original Screenplay for Diablo Cody. The prize for Best Actor went to Daniel Day-Lewis for "There Will Be Blood", while Cate Blanchett was honored with Best Supporting Actress kudo for her performance in "I'm Not There.

On the occasion, the Central Ohio Film Critics Association also named "The Lives of Others", "The King of Kong" and "Ratatouille" as Best Foreign Language Film, Best Documentary and Best Animated Film respectively. The group also recognized Philip Seymour Hoffman as Actor of the Year for his exemplary body of work in"Before the Devil Knows You're Dead", "Charlie Wilson's War" and "The Savages".

The complete list of 2007 COFCA Awards' winners:



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