Kristen Stewart Wins National Society of Film Critics Award For Best Supporting Actress In “Clouds Of Sils Maria”
Kristen Stewart won best supporting actress for her work in Clouds Of Sils Maria by the National Society of Film Critics on Sunday. The movies Spotlight and Carol also fared well with the NSFC, winning two awards each.
The NSFC tweeted out its winners and Stewart took the honor for best supporting actress, beating out runners-up Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina) and Kate Winslet (Steve Jobs). Meanwhile, Mark Rylance won best supporting for his performance in Bridges Of Spies. Best actor went to Michael B. Jordan for his work in Creed, while Charlotte Rampling scored best actress for 45 Years.
Spotlight won for both best picture and best screenplay, while Carol nabbed awards for best director for Todd Haynes and best cinematography Ed Lachman. Other NSFC winners were the documentary Amy about Amy Winehouse and Timbuktu was honored for best foreign film.
Sunday’s win is just the latest for Stewart, who was voted best supporting actress last month by the New York Film Critics Circle, also for her role in Clouds of Sils Maria. Stewart, who stars in the movie as an assistant to a famous actress, portrayed by Juliette Binoche, also won last February a Cesar Award, the French equivalent of an Academy Award. As Gossip Cop previously noted, Stewart was the first American actress to ever win a Cesar Award.