LAFCA's Robert Koehler and COLOSSAL YOUTH director Pedro Costa at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

Tate Donovan accepted Amy Ryan's 2007 supporting actress award from LAFCA Treasurer Bren Simon at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

LAFCA's 2007 award for Best Documentary went to Charles Ferguson for NO END IN SIGHT. At right is LAFCA presenter Jean Oppenheimer. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

Best Cinematography awardee Janusz Kaminski with LAFCA's Len Klady at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

RATATOUILLE shared the 2007 Best Animated Film award. From right to left: RATATOUILLE writer/director Brad Bird, LAFCA's Charles Solomon, comedian and voice artist Patton Oswalt and producer Brad Lewis at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

PERSEPOLIS shared the 2007 Best Animated Film award. Here filmmakers Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud hide behind their achievements at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

PERSEPOLIS shared the 2007 Best Animated Film award. Filmmakers Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud are shown here with their awards as co-directors at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

Actress Christine Lahti presented LAFCA's 2007 Career Achievement Award to Sidney Lumet (center). LAFCA's Stephen Farber is at right. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

LAFCA's Wade Major presented the 2007 Best Actress award to France's Marion Cotillard for her performance as Edith Piaf in LA VIE EN ROSE. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

LAFCA's Todd McCarthy and David Ansen flank filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. Anderson won two trophies: one as Best Director and one as a producer of LAFCA's pick for 2007's Best Picture THERE WILL BE BLOOD. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

LAFCA's Claudia Puig and Leonard Maltin flank 2007 Best Actor awardee Daniel Day-Lewis at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA).

 

LAFCA's Peter Rainer with Best Foreign Film director Cristian Mungiu and Best Supporting Actor Vlad Ivanov, both honored by LAFCA for their work in the Rumanian drama 4 MONTHS, 3 WEEKS and 2 DAYS. The man at right is the Rumanian Consul.

 

Critics at large (l to r): Ray Greene, Tim Cogshell, Wade Major and Mark Keizer, all of BOXOFFICE Magazine, at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Brent Simon/Courtesy of LAFCA).

 

Director Charles Burnett attended the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony to honor Milestone Films, distributors of the restored and remastered edition of his masterwork KILLER OF SHEEP. The man at right is Burnett's son. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

Milestone Film and Video recieved one of two LAFCA Legacy of Cinema Awards, with the other going to the Outfest Legacy Project, a joint venture between Outfest and the UCLA Film and Television Archive. Here Milestone's Amy Heller and Dennis Doros show off their swag. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

THERE WILL BE BLOOD star Daniel Day-Lewis and the film's producer Daniel Lupi at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

Left to right: LAFCA's Kirk Honeycutt (left) with Best Screenplay winner Tamara Jenkins (THE SAVAGES), her husband screenwriter Jim Taylor, producer Alexander Payne and editor Brian Kates at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

Best Production Design awardee Jack Fisk with LAFCA president Lael Lowenstein at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA).

 

Actress Sissy Spacek, Best Production Design awardee Jack Fisk and LAFCA president Lael Lowenstein at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

LAFCA's 2008 officers: vice-president Alonso Duralde, president Lael Lowenstein, secretary Justin Chang and treasurer Brent Simon at the 33rd Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Ceremony. (photo: Ray Greene/Courtesy of LAFCA)

 

 

     
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