“Inside Llewyn Davis” and its star Guatemalan actor Oscar Isaac were chosen as the best picture and best actor of 2013 by the National Society of Film Critics.
The society's 56 voting members are movie critics from around the country. The critics held their 48th annual awards voting meeting at the Film Society of Lincoln Center on Saturday.
The group also presented its best director award to Joel and Ethan Coen. They directed "Inside Llewyn Davis," the story of a fictional folk singer in Greenwich Village in 1961.
The film and Issac were previously nominated for the Golden Globes.
The group also named Cate Blanchett as best actress for the Woody Allen film "Blue Jasmine."
The meeting was dedicated to the memory of two members who died in 2013: Roger Ebert and Stanley Kauffmann.
Based on reporting by the Associated Press.