As far as the critics' groups awards go, we've already heard from a bunch of 'em: New York, San Francisco, Chicago, D.C., and several others (all of which can be picked through quite handily over at Movie City News), but we haven't heard from the professional film geeks located in one of the nation's finest movie towns: Yes, that's right: Austin, Texas. (Seriously, I'm an east-coaster born and bred, and I'm madly in love with the city of Austin.) So here's what they dug the most...

Best Film: There Will Be Blood
Best Director: Paul Thomas Anderson, There Will Be Blood
Best Actor: Daniel Day Lewis, There Will Be Blood
Best Actress: Ellen Page, Juno
Best Supporting Actor: Javier Bardem, No Country for Old Men
Best Supporting Actress: Allison Janney, Juno
Best Foreign Film: Black Book (Zwartboek)
Best Documentary: The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters
Best Animated Film: Ratatouille
Best First Film: Ben Affleck, Gone Baby Gone
Best Original Screenplay: Diablo Cody, Juno
Best Adapted Screenplay: Joel and Ethan Coen, No Country For Old Men
Best Cinematography: Robert Elswit, There Will Be Blood
Best Original Score: Jonny Greenwood, There Will Be Blood
Breakthrough Artist: Michael Cera, Superbad / Juno
Austin Film Award: Grindhouse

Films that didn't earn awards but did make the group's Top Ten list include Into the Wild, Knocked Up, 3:10 to Yuma, Atonement, Eastern Promises, American Gangster and Before the Devil Knows You're Dead. Members of the Austin Film Critics Association include Marc Savlov, Eric "Quint" Vespe, C. Robert Cargill, Cole (Dabney) and Bobby (McCurdy), and the very cool Marjorie Baumgarten.