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"Zero Dark Thirty" has been named the best film of 2012 by the New York Film Critics Circle, the first and one of the most important critics' groups to make its year-end picks. The gripping Kathryn Bigelow procedural about the hunt for Osama bin Laden also won awards for its director and for cinematographer Greig Fraser. Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" won three awards as well, for screenplay (Tony Kusher), best actor (Daniel Day-Lewis) and supporting actress (Sally Field). "Zero Dark Thirty" didn't start screening until just after Thanksgiving, but it immediately won raves »


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