Roma was given the two top awards from the Toronto Film Critics Association, the award for Best Picture and Best Director for Alfonso Cuarón.
Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
NAME OF FILM: WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR?
DIRECTOR(S): Morgan Neville
STARRING: Fred Rogers, Joanne Rogers, John Rogers
GENRE: Documentary Film
SYNOPSIS: Fred Rogers revolutionized children’s television. This remarkable portrait of the visionary behind Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood reveals the origins of the groundbreaking show, the ways it connected to current events, and its impact on the lives of children, and adults, across the country.
WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? – Documentary on America’s Favorite Neighbor: Fred Rogers, to Debut on HBO
One of the most celebrated film releases of 2018, Won’t You Be My Neighbor? takes an intimate look at America’s favorite neighbor: Fred Rogers.
Roma and If Beale Street Could Talk tied to win 3 awards, the most at the second annual Philadelphia Film Critics Circle awards.
The Hate U Give leads this year’s winners of the 2nd Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society Awards with a total of four awards including Best Picture.
Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma,” is the clear favorite with the Chicago Film Critics Association, earning the most nominations of all for their 2018 film awards with nine.
THE FAVOURITE, BLACKkKLANSMAN, EIGHTH GRADE Among Nominees for 2018 Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society Honors
The Favourite and Black Panther top the 2018 Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society (LAOFCS) nominations list with ten nominations each, followed by A Star is Born with nine and BlacKkKlansman with eight.
Eighth Grade is the big winner at 2018 Detroit Film Critics Society Awards with eight nominations and three wins for Best Picture; Best Supporting Actor; and Breakthrough for Bo Burnham, the film’s writer and director.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite continues to be the star of the award season winning multiple accolades from the Atlanta Film Critics Circle (AFCC) 2018 film awards
“Roma” the Mexico-set period drama dedicated to director Alfonso Cuarón’s real-life childhood nanny, triumphed with four wins when the Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA) announced their 2018 honorees.
The Washington DC Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA) which comprises of 60 DC-based film critics from the District, Maryland and Virginia announced their nominees for the 2018 awards. The Favourite lead with 10 nominations
The National Board of Review named Green Book as Best Film of the Year, Bradley Cooper as Best Director of the Year for A Star is Born,
Chloe Zhao’s The Rider snagged the top award for Best Feature at 2018 Gotham Independent Film Awards, but the night really belonged to Eighth Grade and First Reformed, who each won two awards, the most of the night.