National Society of Film Critics 2010

Best Picture
1. The Social Network
2. Carlos
3. Winter’s Bone

Best Director
1. David Fincher – The Social Network
2. Olivier Assayas – Carlos
3. Roman Polanski – The Ghost Writer

Best Actor
1. Jesse Eisenberg – The Social Network
2. Colin Firth – The King’s Speech
2. Édgar Ramírez – Carlos

Best Actress
1. Giovanna Mezzogiorno – Vincere
2. Annette Bening – The Kids Are All Right
3. Lesley Manville – Another Year

Best Supporting Actor
1. Geoffrey Rush – The King’s Speech
2. Christian Bale – The Fighter
3. Jeremy Renner – The Town

Best Supporting Actress
1. Olivia Williams – The Ghost Writer
2. Amy Adams – The Fighter
3. Melissa Leo – The Fighter
3. Jacki Weaver – Animal Kingdom

Best Screenplay
1. Aaron Sorkin – The Social Network
2. David Seidler – The King’s Speech
3. Robert Harris and Roman Polanski – The Ghost Writer

Best Cinematography
1. Roger Deakins – True Grit
2. Matthew Libatique – Black Swan
3. Harris Savides – Somewhere

Best Foreign Language Film
1. Carlos
2. A Prophet (Un prophète)
3. White Material

Best Non-Fiction Film
1. Inside Job
2. Exit Through the Gift Shop
3. Last Train Home (Guītú Lièchē)

Film Heritage Awards
The Film Foundation (20-year anniversary)
Chaplin at Keystone (Flicker Alley)
Elia Kazan Collection (Fox)
Upstream, rediscovered 1927 film directed by John Ford (National Film Preservation Foundation)
On the Bowery (Milestone Films)
Word Is Out: Stories of Some of Our Lives (Restored by the UCLA Film and Television Archive and distributed by Milestone Films)

Best Film Awaiting American Distribution
Film Socialisme