New York Film Critics Circle Awards Ceremony Scheduled for January 2023

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The New York Film Critics Circle announced today that it will hold its annual Gala Awards dinner on Wednesday, January 4, 2023, at TAO Downtown. Jordan Hoffman will serve as the 2022 Chairperson of the NYFCC.

Stephen Garrett will continue as the group's General Manager. This past year's awards ceremony, also held at TAO Downtown, was a triumph, despite its postponement due to COVID-19. Highlights from the ceremony included Al Gore presenting Best Documentary to Flee, Martin Scorsese presenting Best Director to Jane Campion, and Guillermo del Toro virtually presenting Best Actress to Lady Gaga, who accepted her award in person.


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"Man plans and God laughs, as the old saying goes, but I feel confident that our 2023 ceremony will happen both in person and in January, where it belongs, for the first time since 2020," Hoffman said. "I also feel confident that we will be honoring a spectrum of innovative, enriching, and stimulating films and performances. That's what this group has always done, no matter the odds."


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Founded in 1935, the New York Film Critics Circle is the oldest critics group in the country, and among the most prestigious. The NYFCC's membership includes critics from daily and weekly newspapers, magazines and the web's most respected online publications.


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Every year the organization meets to vote on awards for the calendar year's films, among the first of the major groups to pronounce its winners. Oftentimes the NYFCC's selections pave a path for Awards Season, while other times their picks stand proudly independent from other organizations. The group's awards dinner in early January is also considered a kick-off to a new year of glamorous events in New York City.


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For information regarding membership, please visit: http://www.nyfcc.com/membership/

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