New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Foreign Language Film
New York Film Critics Circle Award: Best Foreign Language Film
Winner of the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Foreign Language Film ( Best Foreign film).
The works of French film directors were most frequently associated with the Prize (23 wins), followed by their colleagues from Italy, Sweden and Spain ( 6 wins ). The most successful in this category was the Italian film director Federico Fellini, whose films brought it 1956-1965 to four awards, followed by the Spaniard Pedro Almodovar, the Italians, Vittorio De Sica, Roberto Rossellini and Frenchman Alain Resnais, each with three victories.
Twelve times succeeded Film Critics Association in advance of the Oscar winners present, it will ultimately happen in 2012, with the award at the European coproduction love the Austrian Michael Haneke. 2007 was retroactively awarded Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's The Lives of Others of the Academy Award winners. It was the second award of a German film production after 1939, as Géza von Bolvárys harvest was victorious.
* = Film productions that have won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film of the year.
- New York Film Critics Circle Award