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Las Vegas Film Critics

Posted By on Mon, Dec 18, 2006 at 9:15 PM

Las Vegas
Film Critics Awards

December 18, 2006

Best Picture  
The Departed 

LVFCS Top Ten Films for 2006
Letters From Iwo Jima  
The Departed  
United 93  
Blood Diamond   
Thank You For Smoking   
The Queen   
Flags of Our Fathers

The rest of the awards:
Best Actor  
Forest Whitaker, The Last King of Scotland
Best Actress  
Helen Mirren, The Queen
Best Supporting Actor  
Djimon Hounsou, Blood Diamond
Best Supporting Actress  
Jennifer Hudson, Dreamgirls
Best Director  
Martin Scorsese, The Departed
Best Screenplay (Original or Adapted)
Jason Reitman, Thank You For Smoking
Best Cinematography
Emmanuel Lubezki, Children of Men
Best Film Editing
Thelma Schoonmaker, The Departed
Best Score
Thomas Newman, The Good German
Best Song
Ordinary Miracle, David Stewart and Glen Ballard, Charlotte’s Web
 Performed by Sarah McLachlan
Best Family Film
Charlotte’s Web
Best Documentary
An Inconvenient Truth
Best Animated Film
Monster House
Best Foreign Film
Pan’s Labyrinth
Best Costume Design
Marie Antoinette
Best Art Direction
Marie Antoinette

Best Visual Effects 
X-Men: The Last Stand"

Youth in Film Award
Abigail Breslin, Little Miss Sunshine  

Best DVD (Packaging, Design and Content)
Superman Ultimate Collectors Edition (Warner Home Entertainment)
William Holden Lifetime Achievement Award
Peter O’Toole

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