Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best New Filmmaker

The Boston Society of Film Critics has presented an annual Award for Best New Filmmaker since 1996; the recipients of the inaugural prize were Campbell Scott and Stanley Tucci, co-directors of Big Night.


Year Winner(s) Film
1996Campbell Scott and Stanley TucciBig Night
1997Paul Thomas AndersonHard Eight
Boogie Nights
1998Carine AdlerUnder the Skin
1999Kimberly PeirceBoys Don't Cry


Year Winner Film
2000Kenneth LonerganYou Can Count on Me
2001Michael CuestaL.I.E.
2002Peter CareThe Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
2003Andrew JareckiCapturing the Friedmans
2004Jonathan CaouetteTarnation
2005Joe WrightPride & Prejudice
2006Ryan FleckHalf Nelson
2007Ben AffleckGone Baby Gone
2008Martin McDonaghIn Bruges
2009Neill BlomkampDistrict 9


Year Winner Film
2010Jeff MalmbergMarwencol
2011Sean DurkinMartha Marcy May Marlene
2012David FranceHow to Survive a Plague
2013Ryan CooglerFruitvale Station
2014Dan GilroyNightcrawler
2015Marielle HellerThe Diary of a Teenage Girl
2016Robert EggersThe Witch
2017Jordan PeeleGet Out
2018Bo BurnhamEighth Grade
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