Oppenheimer Named Best Film of 2023 By Nevada Film Critics Society


The Nevada FilmCritics Society has announced its 2023 award winners for achievement in film.

Taking top honors as best film is the intense historical drama, Oppenheimer, which follows the life and struggles of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, who was instrumental in the creation of the Atomic Bomb. The film also nabbed an additional four other awards including Best Director - Christopher Nolan, Best Supporting Actor - Robert Downey, Jr., Best Adapted Screenplay - Christopher Nolan, Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin, and Best Cinematography - Hoyt van Hoytema.

In other major categories, Bradley Cooper won Best Actor for Maestro, Emma Stone won Best Actress for Poor Things, and Julianne Moore won Best Supporting Actress for May December. 

Below is the complete list of NFCS’s award winners in each category:

Best Film - Oppenheimer

Best Actor - Bradley Cooper (Maestro)

Best Actress - Emma Stone (Poor Things)

Best Supporting Actor - Robert Downey Jr.  (Oppenheimer)

Best Supporting Actress - Julianne Moore (May December)

Best Director - Christopher Nolan (Oppenheimer)

Best Original Screenplay - The Holdovers (David Hemingson)

Best Adapted Screenplay - Oppenheimer (Christopher Nolan, Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin)

Best Documentary - 20 Days in Mariupol

Best Animated Movie - Robot Dreams

Best Production Design - Barbie (Sarah Greenwood)

Best Cinematography - Oppenheimer (Hoyt van Hoytema)

Best Visual Effects - The Creator

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