La 19e cérémonie des Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards (DFWFCA Awards), décernés par la Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, a eu lieu le 18 décembre 2012, et a récompensé les films réalisés dans l'année.↑ (en) « Lincoln Wins First Best Picture Critics Prize From Dallas-Fort Worth Group », IndieWire (consulté le 21 décembre 2012)

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  • La 19e cérémonie des Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards (DFWFCA Awards), décernés par la Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, a eu lieu le 18 décembre 2012, et a récompensé les films réalisés dans l'année.
  • The 19th Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards honoring the best in film for 2012 were announced on December 18, 2012. These awards "recognizing extraordinary accomplishment in film" are presented annually by the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association (DFWFCA), based in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex region of Texas. The organization, founded in 1990, includes 30 film critics for print, radio, television, and internet publications based in north Texas. The Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association began presenting its annual awards list in 1991.Lincoln was the DFWFCA's most awarded film of 2012 taking top honors in the Best Picture, Best Actor (Daniel Day Lewis), Best Supporting Actor (Tommy Lee Jones), and Best Supporting Actress (Sally Field) categories, plus the association's inaugural award for Best Musical Score (John Williams). This continued a trend of critics groups across the United States giving their top prizes to the film about the final four months of the life of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, and his efforts to outlaw slavery with the Thirteenth Amendment.Only one other film, Zero Dark Thirty earned multiple 2012 honors from the DFWFCA. It received top honors in the Best Actress (Jessica Chastain), Best Director (Kathryn Bigelow), and Best Screenplay (Mark Boal) categories. The other films earning honors were Austria's Amour for Best Foreign Language Film, Searching for Sugar Man as Best Documentary Film, ParaNorman for Best Animated Film, and Life of Pi (Claudio Miranda) for Best Cinematography.Along with the 12 "best of" category awards, the group also presented the Russell Smith Award to Beasts of the Southern Wild as the "best low-budget or cutting-edge independent film" of the year. The award is named in honor of late Dallas Morning News film critic Russell Smith.
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  • La 19e cérémonie des Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards (DFWFCA Awards), décernés par la Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, a eu lieu le 18 décembre 2012, et a récompensé les films réalisés dans l'année.↑ (en) « Lincoln Wins First Best Picture Critics Prize From Dallas-Fort Worth Group », IndieWire (consulté le 21 décembre 2012)
  • The 19th Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards honoring the best in film for 2012 were announced on December 18, 2012. These awards "recognizing extraordinary accomplishment in film" are presented annually by the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association (DFWFCA), based in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex region of Texas. The organization, founded in 1990, includes 30 film critics for print, radio, television, and internet publications based in north Texas.
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