Boston Film Critics 1989

Best Picture – Crimes and Misdemeanors
Best Actor – Daniel Day-Lewis for My Left Foot
Best Actress – Jessica Tandy for Driving Miss Daisy
Best Supporting Actor – Danny Aiello for Do the Right Thing
Best Supporting Actresst – Brenda Fricker for My Left Foot
Best Director – Woody Allen for Crimes and Misdemeanors
Best Screenplay – Woody Allen for Crimes and Misdemeanors
Best Cinematography – Michael Ballhaus for The Fabulous Baker Boys
Best Documentary – Let’s Get Lost
Best Foreign Language Film – Story of Women
Special Award: Brattle Theater, on its 100th anniversary, “for maintaining the tradition of revival film programming in the Boston area and for its commitment to quality prints and projection” (the Globe’s language, not necessarily the BSFC’s)
Special Award: The Coolidge Corner Theater Foundation and Friends in Support of the Somerville Theater, “for their efforts to preserve historic theaters as sites for alternative film programming” (ditto) Best Discovery or Rediscovery: The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle (Temple), The Dybbuk (Waszynski), Coonskin (Bakshi), restored Lawrence of Arabia (Lean), Carnival of Souls (Hervey) Best Film Series: The West Rides Again (Museum of Fine Arts), The Films of Carl Theodor Dreyer (MFA), The Boston Jewish Film Festival (MFA), The Films of Anna Magnani (MFA), and The Films of John Cassavetes (Harvard Film Archive)