Monday, December 15, 2008

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SOUTHEASTERN FILM CRITICS ASSOCIATION

BEST PICTURE
  1. Milk
  2. Slumdog Millionaire
  3. WALL-E
  4. The Dark Knight
  5. The Wrestler
  6. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
  7. The Reader
  8. The Visitor
  9. Frost/Nixon
  10. Revolutionary Road
 
  BEST ACTOR
  Sean Penn - Milk
  * Runner-up: Mickey Rourke - The Wrestler
 
  BEST ACTRESS
  Anne Hathaway - Rachel Getting Married
  * Runner-up: Kate Winslet, The Reader
 
  BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
  Heath Ledger - The Dark Knight
  * Runner-up: Robert Downey, Jr. - Tropic Thunder
 
  BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
  Penelope Cruz - Vicky Cristina Barcelona
  * Runner-up: Viola Davis - Doubt
 
  BEST DIRECTOR
  Danny Boyle - Slumdog Millionaire
  * Runner-up: Gus Van Sant - Milk
 
  BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
  Dustin Lance Black - Milk
  * Runner-up: Robert D. Siegel - The Wrestler
 
  BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
  Simon Beaufoy - Slumdog Millionaire
  * Runner-up: Eric Roth and Robin Swicord - The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
 
  BEST FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM
  Let the Right One In (Sweden)
  * Runner-up: I've Loved You So Long (France)
 
  BEST DOCUMENTARY
  Man on Wire
  * Runner-up: Young@Heart
 
  BEST ANIMATED FEATURE
  WALL-E
  * Runner-up: Kung Fu Panda
 
  WYATT AWARD
  Shotgun Stories
  * Runner-up: The Order of Myths
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