'The Florida Project'- Toronto Film Critics Best Movie Of 2017

News by Joey Jordan Published on 11 Dec,2017 Updated on 11 Dec,2017

The Toronto Film Critics Association has announced The Florida Project as the best picture of the year in its awards on Sunday, December 10.

The Florida Project stood the top film among fifty over films exhibited in the Toronto Film Festival 2017, conducted for 11 days from 7th to 17th September.

The Sean Baker-written and directed movie, The Florida Project shows a story of kids growing up in a welfare motel in the shadow of Disney World.

Florida Project declared as the best film of 2017 at the Toronto Film Critics Awards

Florida Project declared the best film of 2017 at the Toronto Film Critics Awards

Source: Vulture

The TFCA has also honored Willem Dafoe with the Best Supporting Actor for his phenomenal performance in the film.

Daniel Day-Lewis took the Best Actor award home for his performance in Phantom Thread while Frances McDormand was declared the Best Actress for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing where she portrayed a driven and tormented mother.

Greta Gerwig garnered the Best Director award for her comedic drama, Lady Bird while the film's co-star Laurie Metcalf was awarded the Best Supporting Actress.