National Society of Film Critics Likes "The Social Network," Jesse Eisenberg 


David Fincher's "The Social Network" topped the National Society of Film Critics Awards winning four categories including Best Picture, Best Actor (Jesse Eisenberg), Best Director for Fincher, and Aaron Sorkin winning Best Screenplay.

The best part of me? Olivia Williams from "The Ghost Writer" won Best Supporting Actress yay! Check out my interview with the actress when I met her for "Ghost Writer" and I told her -- she deserved to win Best Supporting Actress! Watch my interview with Williams right here.

Check the complete list of winners below (winners are highlighted -- numbers by names show total votes):

BEST ACTOR
*1. Jesse Eisenberg 30 – The Social Network

2. Colin Firth 29 – The King’s Speech
2. Edgar Ramirez 29 – Carlos

BEST ACTRESS
*1. Giovanna Mezzogiorno 33 – Vincere

2. Annette Bening 28 – The Kids Are All Right
3. Lesley Manville 27 – Another Year

BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
*1. Geoffrey Rush 33 – The King’s Speech

2. Christian Bale 32 – The Fighter
3. Jeremy Renner 30 – The Town

BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
*1. Olivia Williams 37 – The Ghost Writer

2. Amy Adams 28 – The Fighter
3. Melissa Leo 23 – The Fighter
3. Jacki Weaver 23 – Animal Kingdom

BEST PICTURE
*1. The Social Network 61

2. Carlos 28
3. Winter’s Bone 18

BEST DIRECTOR
*1. David Fincher 66 – The Social Network

2. Olivier Assayas 36 – Carlos
3. Roman Polanski 29 – The Ghost Writer

BEST NONFICTION
*1. Inside Job 25 (Charles Ferguson)

2. Exit Through the Gift Shop 21 (Banksy)
3. Last Train Home 15 (Lixin Fan)

BEST SCREENPLAY
*1. Aaron Sorkin 73 – The Social Network

2. David Seidler 25 – The King’s Speech
3. Roman Polanski and Robert Harris 19 – The Ghost Writer

BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM
*1. Carlos 31

2. A Prophet 22
3. White Material 16

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
*1. True Grit 31 (Roger Deakins)

2. Black Swan 27 (Matthew Libatique)
3. Somewhere 18 (Harris Savides)

FILM HERITAGE AWARDS:
1. The Film Foundation (on its 20-year anniversary)
2. “Chaplin at Keystone” (Flicker Alley)
3. “Elia Kazan Collection” (Fox)
4. John Ford’s “Upstream” (1927), one of 75 films recently found in the New Zealand Film Archive and repatriated to the U.S. with the cooperation of the National Film Preservation Foundation
5. “On the Bowery” (Restored by Davide Pozzi of the Cineteca del Comune di Bologna’s L’Immagine Ritrovata in cooperation with the Rogosin Heritage and Anthology Film Archives and distributed by Milestone.)
6. “Word Is Out” (Restored by Ross Lipman for the UCLA Film & Television Archive and the Outfest Legacy Project and distributed by Milestone.)

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