Crime thriller Drive has topped the Austin Film Critics Association awards, winning three prizes.
The movie was named Best Adapted Screenplay on Wednesday (28Dec11), and it also picked up Best Director for Nicolas Winding Refn and Best Supporting Actor for Albert Brooks.
Other big winners at the event included Tilda Swinton, who was named Best Actress for her turn in We Need To Talk About Kevin.
Michael Shannon won the male version of the prize for Take Shelter, while his co-star in the movie, Jessica Chastain, was awarded the Best Supporting Actress title.
Martin Scorsese's Hugo was named Best Film, and Woody Allen won Best Original Screenplay for Midnight In Paris.
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