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National Board of Review Awards


National Board of Review The National Board of Review Awards are film awards, awarded annually by the National Board of Review (NBR), in New York, in the United States since 1929. The event aims to reward the most outstanding films and filmmakers of the year.

 

Each year a select group of New York professional and academic filmmakers select the best studio, independent, foreign language, animated and documentary films.

 

The award ceremony is usually held early the following year.

 

Contents

 

Full List of the American Film Critics Association Awards (1930 to 2024)

 

 

The Asociation


The National Board of Review (NBR) is an organization founded in 1909 by Professor Charles Sprague Smith, called at that time the "New York Film Censorship Board" to make recommendations to the mayor's office on controversial films, since in the The previous year, Mayor George B. McClellan Jr., had revoked all movie licenses in the city pending inspection of the movies and Theaters.

 

In 1930, the North American Film Critics Association (NBR) became the first organization to choose the top 10 English-language films and the best foreign films of the year.

 

In 1936, it was explained that the National Board was opposed to legal censorship and considered, as a constructive method, the method of selecting the best films, publishing descriptive and ranked lists of them, and building audiences through the work of community groups.

 

Statistics of the Awards of the Association of North American Critics


Below we present updated reports and statistics of the National Board of Review Awards, taking into account the editions carried out from the year 1930 to 2024.

 

Which director has won the most National Board of Review Awards?


The directors who have won the National Board of Review Award for Best Director the most times between 1930 and 2024 are: Martin Scorsese (4 awards), David Lean (4 awards) and David Fincher (2 awards).

 

Director Awards  
Martin Scorsese Martin Scorsese 4
David Lean David Lean 4
David Fincher David Fincher 2
Steven Spielberg Steven Spielberg 2
Clint Eastwood Clint Eastwood 2
Quentin Tarantino Quentin Tarantino 2
Ang Lee Ang Lee 2
Akira Kurosawa Akira Kurosawa 2
John Huston John Huston 2
Ingmar Bergman Ingmar Bergman 2

 

Which actor has won the most National Board of Review Awards?


The actors who have won the National Board of Review Award the most times between 1930 and 2024 are: Jack Nicholson (5 awards), George Clooney (3 awards) and Gene Hackman (3 awards).

 

Actor Awards  
Jack Nicholson Jack Nicholson 5
George Clooney George Clooney 3
Gene Hackman Gene Hackman 3
Leonardo DiCaprio Leonardo DiCaprio 2
Philip Seymour Hoffman Philip Seymour Hoffman 2
Casey Affleck Casey Affleck 2
Tom Hanks Tom Hanks 2
Al Pacino Al Pacino 2
Anthony Hopkins Anthony Hopkins 2
Edward Norton Edward Norton 2

 

Which actress has won the most National Board of Review Awards?


The actresses who have won the National Board of Review Award the most times between [%yearini-63%] and [%yearend-63%] are: Meryl Streep (3 awards), Julianne Moore (3 awards) and Emma Thompson (3 awards).

 

Actress Awards  
Meryl Streep Meryl Streep 3
Julianne Moore Julianne Moore 3
Emma Thompson Emma Thompson 3
Liv Ullmann Liv Ullmann 3
Edith Evans Edith Evans 3
Angela Lansbury Angela Lansbury 2
Jessica Chastain Jessica Chastain 2
Kathy Bates Kathy Bates 2
Carey Mulligan Carey Mulligan 2
Winona Ryder Winona Ryder 2

 

Which countries have won the most National Board of Review Awards for Best Foreign Film?

 

Country Awards  
France 16
West Germany (BRD) 5
Sweden 5
Italy 4
Spain 4
Japan 3
Taiwan 2
China 2
India 2
Soviet Union (USSR) 2

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