The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced the nominations for its 79th awards ceremony, to be held on 9 January.
Belfast, Kenneth Branagh’s black-and-white drama set in his hometown during the Troubles, has seven nominations, as does The Power of the Dog, Jane Campion’s sexually-charged western set in 1920s Montana.
Branagh and Campion are vying for best director and best screenplay, while their films are up for best drama.
Belfast’s Ciaran Hinds and Jamie Dornan are listed for best supporting actor nominations. In the supporting actress category, Caitriona Balfe is there for Belfast.
Irish actor Ruth Negga is up for best supporting actress for her role in Rebecca Hall’s Passing.
Congratulations to the cast of @BelfastMovie from @focusfeatures earning 11 nominations at this years
The 27th Annual Critics Choice Awards ⭐️🤩 Winners will be revealed at the star-studded gala & broadcast LIVE on @thecw and @tbsnetwork on Sunday, January 9 pic.twitter.com/qAVsDaYQXm
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"A soaring cinematic triumph." Winner of the TIFF People's Choice Award, Kenneth Branagh’s #BELFAST is only in theaters November 12. Watch the new trailer now.
Starring @caitrionambalfe, Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciarán Hinds and Jude Hill. pic.twitter.com/6Bbij2ZSyO
— Belfast (@BelfastMovie) October 20, 2021