Lady Gaga and Maggie Gyllenhaal top New York Film Critics Circle Awards winners

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Lady Gaga is named Best Actress while Maggie Gyllenhaal wins Best Debut Film gong as they top New York Film Critics Circle Awards winners

Lady Gaga and Maggie Gyllenhaal led the winners of the New York Film Critics Circle Awards to the TAO Downtown restaurant in New York City on Wednesday.

Hitmaker Gaga won Best Actress for her role as Patrizia Reggiani in House Of Gucci while Maggie’s directorial debut The Lost Daughter won Best Debut Film.

Other big winners of the night included Benedict Cumberbatch, who won Best Actor for his role as Phil Burbank in The Power Of The Dog.

Winners: Lady Gaga (right) and Maggie Gyllenhaal (left) lead the winners to the New York Film Critics Circle Awards at the TAO Downtown restaurant in New York on Wednesday

Winners: Lady Gaga (right) and Maggie Gyllenhaal (left) lead the winners to the New York Film Critics Circle Awards at the TAO Downtown restaurant in New York on Wednesday

It was a big night for The Power Of The Dog as Benedict co-star Kodi Smit-McPhee won Best Supporting Actor for his role as Peter Gordon.

Meanwhile, director Jane Campion picked up the Best Director award for her work on the western drama film.

Kathryn Hunter won Best Actress for her role as the witches in The Tragedy of Macbeth.

Director and screenwriter Paul Thomas Anderson won the best screenplay gong for his work on Licorice Pizza.

Hit: Gaga won Best Actress for her role as Patrizia Reggiani in House Of Gucci while Maggie's directorial debut The Lost Daughter won Best Debut

Hit: Gaga won Best Actress for her role as Patrizia Reggiani in House Of Gucci while Maggie’s directorial debut The Lost Daughter won Best Debut

Role: Lady Gaga played Patrizia Reggiani, who in real life was convicted of plotting the assassination of Maurizio Gucci, her ex-husband

Role: Lady Gaga played Patrizia Reggiani, who in real life was convicted of plotting the assassination of Maurizio Gucci, her ex-husband

Other awards given out at the night included Best Animated Feature which went to The Mitchells vs. the Machines and Best Foreign Language Film which was won by Norwegian film The Worst Person in the World.

The winners of this year’s awards were announced on December 3, 2021, with the ceremony taking place on Wednesday.

Lady Gaga played Patrizia Reggiani, who in real life was convicted of plotting the assassination of Maurizio Gucci, her ex-husband.

In 2018, the singer, born as Stefani Germanotta, had her first starring role in the remake A Star is Born.

Honour: Director Jane Campion received the Best Director award for her work on The Power Of Thr Dog (pictured with Peter Sarsgaard, left)

Honour: Director Jane Campion received the Best Director award for her work on The Power Of Thr Dog (pictured with Peter Sarsgaard, left)

Star: Other big winners of the night included Benedict Cumberbatch, who won Best Actor for his role as Phil Burbank in The Power Of The Dog

Star: Other big winners of the night included Benedict Cumberbatch, who won Best Actor for his role as Phil Burbank in The Power Of The Dog

She picked up her first Oscar win for the film, scoring Best Original Song as she was nominated for Best Actress.

His first acting gig came in 2001 with a guest role on The Sopranos.

The singer and actress had an uncredited role as Girl at Swimming Pool #2 in the ninth episode of Season 3, titled The Telltale Moozadell.

Gaga worked with her acting teacher Susan Baston “for months and months” before filming House of Gucci, adding that Ridley Scott is “an incredible director who creates a sanctuary for you on set to fly.”

Gaga’s singing career took off before her acting career, with her breakthrough album The Fame released in 2008.

She returned to the big screen with roles in Machete Kills, Muppets Most Wanted, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For and to the small screen as well with American Horror Story.

New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2022: The Winners

Best film

drive my car

Best Director

Jane Campion – The Power of the Dog

Best actor

Benedict Cumberbatch – The Power of the Dog

Best Actress

Lady Gaga – House of Gucci

Best Supporting Actor

Kodi Smit-McPhee – The Power of the Dog

Best Supporting Actress

Kathryn Hunter – The Tragedy of Macbeth

Best Screenplay

Paul Thomas Anderson – Licorice Pizza

Best Animated Film

The Mitchells vs. the Machines

Best Cinematography

Janusz Kaminski – West Side Story

Best Non-Fiction Film

To run away

Best Foreign Language Film

The worst person in the world • Norway

Best First Film

The lost girl

Special rewards

Maya Cade for the creation of the Black Film Archive

Diane Weyermann, Posthumous Award for Supporting Bold and Impactful Filmmaking at Sundance and Participant

Marshall Fine for his years of service as Managing Director of the New York Film Critics Circle and his decades in the New York film scene

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