Rooney Mara, left, and Cate Blanchett in a scene from Todd Haynes’ 1950s lesbian romance "Carol," which dominated the New York Film Critics Circle Awards, taking four awards overall. Wilson Webb/The Weinstein Company via AP
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Todd Haynes' 1950s romance "Carol" dominated the New York Film Critics Circle Awards, taking best film and a leading four awards overall.Haynes' previous '50s-set film, 2002's "Far From Heaven," was also enthusiastically supported by the New York Film critics, winning five awards including best film.Things continue to heat up over the next week with the Los Angeles Critics Association announcing its awards Sunday."Timbuktu," a Mali drama about a village under extremist militants control nominated earlier this year for the Oscars, won best foreign language film.Pixar's "Inside Out" earned best animated film.The awards will be handed out in a ceremony on Jan. 4 .
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