The Boston Society of Film Critics awards are deciding their awards on Sunday, 12.9 (according to their website), and not today, as Kris Tapley (going on info from And The Winner Is blogger/columnist Scott Feinberg) reported yesterday.

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association meets Sunday also, followed on Monday by the New York Film Critics Circle.

Then come the big easy-virtue orgs and the Windy City dingle-danglers. The Broadcast Film Critics Association nominations (how many Best Picture nominations this year, guys? 12? 15?) will be announced on Tuesday, 12.11. The Chicago Film Critics Association nominations (why don’t they just announce the winners?) will be announced on Wednesday, 12.12. The next day — Thursday, 12.13 — the Golden Globe/HFPA nominations will be announced.

I don’t know as of this writing (6:21 am Boston time) when the National Society of Film Critics will decide, and there’s nobody awake that I can call. I only know that they’ll hand out their awards in early January. If they have a website it is unknown to the Google organization.