2020 Award Winners!

Posted May 9, 2021

2020 has passed and with it came another set of excellent award winning films. We've added them to each award list and updated our rankings:

  1. First Cow - NYFCC, Village Voice Film Poll, Florida Film Critics Circle
  2. Da 5 Bloods - National Board of Review of Motion Pictures
  3. Nomadland - BAFTA, National Society of Film Critics, Oscar, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association, Independent Spirit Awards, Chicago Film Critics Association, Boston Society of Film Critics, Golden Globe (Drama), The San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle, Producers Guild of America
  4. Another Round - European Film Awards
  5. Small Axe - Los Angeles Film Critics Association
  6. Borat Subsequent Moviefilm - Golden Globe (Comedy)
  7. Minari - Austin Film Critics Association


Directed by Chloé Zhao | Rated R | 107 min | 2020

After losing everything in the Great Recession, a woman embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad.

First Cow

Directed by Kelly Reichardt | Rated PG-13 | 122 min | 2019

A skilled cook has traveled west and joined a group of fur trappers in Oregon, though he only finds true connection with a Chinese immigrant also seeking his fortune. Soon the two collaborate on a successful business.

Da 5 Bloods

Directed by Spike Lee | Rated R | 154 min | 2020

Four African-American vets battle the forces of man and nature when they return to Vietnam seeking the remains of their fallen squad leader and the gold fortune he helped them hide.

Another Round

Directed by Thomas Vinterberg | Rated Not Rated | 117 min | 2020

Four friends, all high school teachers, test a theory that they will improve their lives by maintaining a constant level of alcohol in their blood.

Small Axe

Directed by N/A | Rated TV-MA | 60 min | 2020

Small Axe is based on the real-life experiences of London's West Indian community and is set between 1969 and 1982.

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Directed by Jason Woliner | Rated R | 95 min | 2020

Borat returns from Kazakhstan to America and this time he reveals more about the American culture, the COVID-19 pandemic and the political elections.


Directed by Lee Isaac Chung | Rated PG-13 | 115 min | 2020

A Korean family starts a farm in 1980s Arkansas.