Kristen Stewart Wins Best Supporting Actress Award From New York Film Critics Circle For ‘Clouds Of Sils Maria’
Kristen Stewart was named Best Supporting Actress by the New York Film Critics Circle for her role in Clouds of Sils Maria. The winners of the annual awards ceremony were announced on Wednesday.
The NYFCC is an organization comprised of film critics from various New York-based outlets, including major newspapers, magazines, and websites. The awards are voted on every December, and the statues are handed out in New York in January.
This marks Stewart’s second Best Supporting Actress win for the dramatic film, in which she stars as the assistant of a famous actress, played by Juliette Binoche. As Gossip Cop reported, last February Stewart won a Cesar Award, the French equivalent of an Academy Award, making her the first American actress to ever take home that honor.
Of course, Stewart has won a number of awards over the years, including the British Academy of Film’s Rising Star Award in 2010. She also nabbed a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Movie Actress for 2011’s The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
The NYFCC awards often correlate to Oscars. In fact, the two committees agreed on last year’s Best Supporting Actress, with Patricia Arquette nabbing both awards for her supporting role in Boyhood. Tell Gossip Cop what you think about the NYFCC awarding Stewart with the Best Supporting Actress trophy for Clouds of Sils Maria.