NYFCC Opens Its Archive of Past Gala Speeches

Jane Campion (Best Director, Power of the Dog) and Martin Scorsese (presenter for Best Director)
Jane Campion (Best Director, Power of the Dog) and Martin Scorsese (presenter for Best Director)

The NYFCC’s annual gala is a different from other awards shows for a number of different reasons, but one aspect is that everyone already knows the winner. (No nerves, just chill vibes!) But that doesn’t mean there aren’t surprises. Part of the fun is when our winners are introduced to the podium by a colleague, who usually is an old friend.

Below is just the tip of the iceberg of what’s in our vault. Click into our archive to hear Martin Scorsese introduce Jane Campion, Adam Sandler introduce Josh and Benny Safdie, as well as the winners accepting their prizes. 

More treasures coming soon!

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