Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis in Lincoln. This is his fifth award from the NYFCC. He previously won Best Actor for There Will Be Blood, Gangs of New York, and My Left Foot, and Best Supporting Actor in 1986 for both My Beautiful Launderette and A Room with a View.
Best Supporting Actress:Sally Field in Lincoln. Viewing (4’27”). Field on how she fought to score the role of Mary Todd Lincoln.
Best Cinematography:Greig Fraser for Zero Dark Thirty. Among the other two dozen-plus films he’s shot are Bright Star and Killing Them Softly.
Best Nonfiction Film: Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon’s The Central Park Five. Sasha Stone: “Someone tweeted to me that Central Park Five not winning doc in NYC would be like Argo not winning in Boston.”