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Sunday, December 10, 2006

New York Film Critics Online

Posted By on Sun, Dec 10, 2006 at 5:23 PM

not the New York Film Critics Circle, but still worth mentioning.  They name "The Queen" as the best film of the year. 

New York Film Critics Online is composed of major reviewers
in the New York area who work exclusively for online
publications or for print/broadcast media with a strong online
presence. The twenty-six members (NYFCO.ORG) met at
O'Neal's Restaurant, 49 W 64 Street in Manhattan on December
10th, 2006, and voted for these awards:

Picture
THE QUEEN

Director
STEPHEN FREARS - The Queen

Screenplay
PETER MORGAN - The Queen

Cinematography
DICK POPE - The Illusionist

Actor
FOREST WHITAKER - The Last King of Scotland

Actress
HELEN MIRREN - The Queen

Supporting Actor
MICHAEL SHEEN - The Queen

Supporting Actress
JENNIFER HUDSON - Dreamgirls (tie)
CATHERINE O'HARA - For Your Consideration (tie)

Ensemble Cast
LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE

Debut as Director
JONATHAN DAYTON, VALERIE FARIS - Little Miss Sunshine

Breakthrough Performer
JENNIFER HUDSON - Dreamgirls

Film Score
PHILIP GLASS - The Illusionist

Documentary Feature
AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH

Animated Feature
HAPPY FEET

Foreign Language Picture
PAN'S LABYRINTH

Humanitarian Award
DEEPA MEHTA (Water) for taking risks to create films about
the difficulties of social change in India especially as it affects
women.

Ten Best Pictures (Alphabetical)
BABEL (Paramount Vantage)
THE FOUNTAIN (Warner Bros.)
INLAND EMPIRE (Absurda)
LITTLE CHILDREN (New Line)
LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE (Fox Searchlight)
PAN'S LABYRINTH (Picturehouse)
THE QUEEN (Miramax)
THANK YOU FOR SMOKING (Fox Searchlight)
VOLVER (Sony Pictures Classics)
WATER (Fox Searchlight)

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