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"Brokeback" Wins Top Critics' Choice Awards

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire January 10, 2006 at 8:50AM

The Critics' Choice awards from the Broadcast Film Critics Association were presented Monday in LA with "Brokeback Mountain" winning the award for best picture and best director for Ang Lee. Philip Seymour Hoffman won the best actor award for "Capote", while Reese Witherspoon was honored for best actress for "Walk The Line." Paul Giamatti was awarded the best supporting actor prize for Cinderella Man and the prize for best supporting actress was shared by Michelle Williams for Brokeback Mountain and Amy Adams for Junebug. The Freedom Award went to George Clooney, an acting ensemble prize was presented to "Crash", the prize for best documentary went to "March of the Penguins, the best foreign film award went to Kung Fu Hustle", while the award for best writer went to Paul Haggis and Bobby Moresco, "Crash". [Eugene Hernandez]
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The Critics' Choice awards from the Broadcast Film Critics Association were presented Monday in LA with "Brokeback Mountain" winning the award for best picture and best director for Ang Lee. Philip Seymour Hoffman won the best actor award for "Capote", while Reese Witherspoon was honored for best actress for "Walk The Line." Paul Giamatti was awarded the best supporting actor prize for Cinderella Man and the prize for best supporting actress was shared by Michelle Williams for Brokeback Mountain and Amy Adams for Junebug. The Freedom Award went to George Clooney, an acting ensemble prize was presented to "Crash", the prize for best documentary went to "March of the Penguins, the best foreign film award went to Kung Fu Hustle", while the award for best writer went to Paul Haggis and Bobby Moresco, "Crash". [Eugene Hernandez]