Metronome hosts the NYFCC Awards at our Crimson venue!
Monday, January 7, 2013 marked the 78th year of the New York Film Critics Circle Awards, and the fourth year in a row to host the awards ceremony at Metronome’s outstanding Manhattan venue Crimson!
This year, at the NYFCC Awards, Zero Dark Thirty was the big winner of the night, earning best picture, best director for Kathryn Bigelow, and best cinematography for Greg Fraser. Daniel Day-Lewis took home the award for Best Actor (“Lincoln”), Rachel Weisz for Best Actress (“The Deep Blue Sea”), Sally Field for Best Supporting Actress (“Lincoln”), and Mathew McConaughey for Best Supporting Actor (“Magic Mike” and “Bernie”). Metronome is honored to have been chosen as host for the event again this year. And as always, we were very excited to roll out the red carpet and raise our glasses to the achievements of some of our favorite actors and filmmakers at Crimson!
Below are some photos of the guests giving speeches and in front of our Metronome and Crimson logo wall. We would like to thank NYFCC and all the wonderful attendees for making Crimson their home for the evening! It was wonderful getting to see Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day-Lewis, Rachel Weisz, Jessica Chastain, Matthew McConaughey, Sally Field, Michael Moore, Chris Rock, Daniel Craig and everyone else that joined us.