Tár was named best picture by the National Society of Film Critics in the group’s 57th annual vote Saturday.
The film notched a number of key wins from the critics group, as Cate Blanchett was awarded best actress for her titular role, while writer-director Todd Field prevailed for best screenplay. Also faring well was The Banshees of Inisherin, with Colin Farrell winning best actor for his performances in that and After Yang, while Banshees’ Kerry Condon was chosen as best supporting actress.
Charlotte Wells landed the best director prize for Aftersun. Additionally, Ke Huy Quan continued his awards-season momentum with a best supporting actor triumph for Everything Everywhere All at Once.