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    LA Film Critics Name "There Will Be Blood" Best Picture

    The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has announced the winners for its 2007 awards, and topping the list is Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood, which earned four awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor for Daniel Day-Lewis, and Best Production Design from Jack Fisk. The film was also recognized as runner-up for Anderson in the screenplay category, Robert Elswit for cinematography, and Jonny Greenwood for music.

    The 33rd annual LA Film Critics Awards will be handed out on Saturday, January 12, in Los Angeles. For the complete list of winners, visit lafca.net.

    The film has also gotten the nod from the New York Film Critics Online, an organization of 23 online film critics, which awarded the film for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor (Day-Lewis), Best Cinematography (Elswit), and Best Score (Greenwood).

    Nonesuch will release the soundtrack for There Will Be Blood next Tuesday, December 18. For more information, click here. The film hits select theaters across the country Decmber 26.

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LA Film Critics Name "There Will Be Blood" Best Picture

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The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has announced the winners for its 2007 awards, and topping the list is Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood with four awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor for Daniel Day-Lewis, and Best Production Design from Jack Fisk. The film was a runner-up for Anderson in the screenplay category, Robert Elswit for cinematography, and Jonny Greenwood for music. New York Film Critics Online awarded the film for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor (Day-Lewis), Best Cinematography (Elswit), and Best Score (Greenwood).

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The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has announced the winners for its 2007 awards, and topping the list is Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood, which earned four awards: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor for Daniel Day-Lewis, and Best Production Design from Jack Fisk. The film was also recognized as runner-up for Anderson in the screenplay category, Robert Elswit for cinematography, and Jonny Greenwood for music.

The 33rd annual LA Film Critics Awards will be handed out on Saturday, January 12, in Los Angeles. For the complete list of winners, visit lafca.net.

The film has also gotten the nod from the New York Film Critics Online, an organization of 23 online film critics, which awarded the film for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor (Day-Lewis), Best Cinematography (Elswit), and Best Score (Greenwood).

Nonesuch will release the soundtrack for There Will Be Blood next Tuesday, December 18. For more information, click here. The film hits select theaters across the country Decmber 26.

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