Dublin Film Critics' Circle

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The Dublin Film Critics' Circle is an Irish film critic association. From 2006, every year, members of the association give out their annual awards.

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2019 winners

2018 winners

2017 winners

2016 winners

2015 winners

2014 winners

2013 winners

2012 winners

2011 winners

2010 winners

Decade awards

2009 winners

2008 winners

2007 winners

2006 winners

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