National Society of Film Critics
At the recent meeting of the “National Society of Film Critics” in New York, Scott Foundas of “Variety” was elected chairman for 2015, succeeding David Sterritt.
Founded in l966, the Society’s members include critics from major papers in Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Denver. Its members also include the critics not just of Time, The Wall Street Journal, The Nation, and The New Yorker, but also of The Village Voice, The Boston Herald, and prominent online sites.
The Society represents movie criticism in the United States by supplying the official critic delegate to the National Film Preservation Board of the Library of Congress and abroad by supplying the official American representative to FIPRESCI, the international federation of members of the film press. Besides responding to specific issues, such as imprisoned directors, film preservation, or the ratings system, the Society regularly meets early in January to vote on the Society’s awards for the finest film achievements of the year.
Gandhi Medal 2022
European Discovery – Prix FIPRESCI 2022 (Nominations)
European Film Academy Starts Heritage Department
Grand Prix 2022: »Drive My Car«
Berlinale Talent Press 2023
Let's Get Critical (Locarno Panel 2022)
The Warsaw Critics Project 2022
Call for Release of Iranian Filmmakers
FIPRESCI-India announces Grand-Prix-2021
Film Community Mourns Vjosa Berisha
Cannes 2022 FIPRESCI Prizes
Brussels Festival Host the Critics' Prize
"The Truth Cannot be a Victim of War"
Bye to Murat Özer
Europa Cinemas and FIPRESCI present their Berlinale 2022 Awards
German Film Critics Association Announced 2021 Awards
A Letter to Berlinale
National Society of Film Critics Votes on 56th Annual Awards
European Film Awards 2021: The Winners
Ghandi Medal 2021
Six Debut Films Nominated for the European Film Awards 2021