Roma triumphs at Critics Choice Awards

Colman stays strong on a disappointing night for The Favourite

by Jennie Kermode

Roma has won Best Picture at the Critics Choice Awards
Roma has won Best Picture at the Critics Choice Awards

Roma was the big winner at the Critics Choice Awards which were announced in New York last night, taking four awards in total including Best Picture and Best Director for Alfonso Cuarón. After receiving an impressive 14 nominations, The Favourite won only two. It came as little surprise that it won Best Acting Ensemble and Olivia Colman being named Best Actress in a Comedy strengthens her position in this year's Oscar race. Meanwhile, Golden Globe winner Christian Bale took both Best Actor in a Comedy and the overall Best Actor award from his work in Vice.

Those film awards in full:-

Best Picture

Best Director

  • Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

Best Actress

Best Actor

  • Christian Bale – Vice

Best Supporting Actor

Best Supporting Actress

Best Young Actor or Actress

  • Elsie Fisher – Eighth Grade

Best Acting Ensemble

Best Original Screenplay

Best Adapted Screenplay

Best Cinematography

  • Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

Best Production Design

Best Editing

Best Costume Design

Best Hair and Make-up

Best Visual Effects

Best Animated Feature

Best Action Movie

Best Comedy

  • Crazy Rich Asians

Best Actor in a Comedy

  • Christian Bale – Vice

Best Actress in a Comedy

Best Sci-Fi or Horror Film

Best Foreign Language Film

Best Score

Best Song

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