The Broadcast Film Critics Association is changing the name of its annual awards ceremony to the Critics' Choice Movie Awards, adding the word "Movie" to the title. "It dawned on us that for a show that's broadcast on VH1 and called the Critics' Choice Awards, we had to let them know it was a movie awards show," BFCA President Joey Berlin told Daily Variety . "It was a slap-on-your-forehead moment." The BFCA, composed of critics working in television, radio, and online, claims to be the largest film critics organization in the U.S. and Canada with 240 members. In other awards news, director Duncan Jones's Moon , starring Sam Rockwell in multiple roles, was voted best film at the British Independent Film Awards. Jones, who is the son of legendary singer David Bowie, also received the Best Debut Director prize.

07/12/2009