By EW Staff
December 12, 2007 at 05:00 AM EST

The Coen Brothers’ No Country for Old Men continued its early awards season roll on Monday (Dec. 10) when it picked up four New York Film Critics Circle Awards: best film, best director for Joel and Ethan Coen, best supporting actor (Javier Bardem), and best screenplay. No Country picked up best picture from the National Board of Review last week. The N.Y. Critics named Daniel Day-Lewis best actor for There Will Be Blood and Julie Christie best actress for Away From Her, which earned Sarah Polley best first film honors. Day-Lewis picked up best actor from the L.A. Critics on Sunday, and Christie was named best actress by the NBR last week. Meanwhile, Amy Ryan is three-for-three after the NY Critics followed the NBR and the LA Critics in naming her best supporting actress for Gone Baby Gone. (Variety)

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