Viola Davis, Christopher Plummer, Woody Allen, "The Artist" Win Critics Choice Movie Awards

News   Viola Davis, Christopher Plummer, Woody Allen, "The Artist" Win Critics Choice Movie Awards
 
The 17th annual Critics Choice Movie Awards were held Jan. 12 and broadcast on VH1. The French silent film "The Artist" received four honors, including the awards for Best Director (Michel Hazanavicius) and Best Picture.

The box-office hit "The Help" was also a big winner, taking home awards for Best Actress (Tony winner Viola Davis), Best Supporting Actress (Octavia Spencer) and Best Acting Ensemble.

Steven Spielberg's film adaptation of War Horse, which received seven nominations, tied with "The Tree of Life" for Best Cinematography.

Other notable winners included George Clooney as Best Actor for his work in "The Descendants," Christopher Plummer (Inherit the Wind) as Best Supporting Actor for his performance in "Beginners" and Woody Allen (Relatively Speaking) for Best Original Screenplay of "Midnight in Paris."

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