Dallas-Ft. Worth Film Critics

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FILM AWARDS

BEST PICTURE
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Runners Up:
2. Cold Mountain
3. Mystic River
4. Lost in Translation
5. Finding Nemo
6. American Splendor
7. In America
8. Big Fish
9. Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
10. The Last Samurai

BEST ACTOR
Sean Penn/Mystic River

Runners Up:
2. Bill Murray/Lost in Translation
3. Ben Kingsley/House of Sand and Fog
4. Johnny Depp/Pirates of the Caribbean
5. Paul Giamatti/American Splendor

BEST ACTRESS
Charlize Theron/Monster

Runners Up:
2. Nicole Kidman/Cold Mountain
3. Diane Keaton/Something’s Gotta Give
4. Scarlett Johansson/Lost in Translation
5. Naomi Watts/21 Grams

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Alec Baldwin/The Cooler

Runners Up:
2. Tim Robbins/Mystic River
3. Ken Watanabe/The Last Samurai
4. Albert Finney/Big Fish
5. Peter Sarsgaard/Shattered Glass

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Renee Zellweger/Cold Mountain

Runners Up:
2. Patricia Clarkson/Pieces of April
3. Marcia Gay Harden/Mystic River
4. Holly Hunter/Thirteen
5. Ludivine Sagnier/Swimming Pool

BEST DIRECTOR
Peter Jackson/The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Runners Up:
2. Clint Eastwood/Mystic River
3. Anthony Minghella/Cold Mountain
4. Sofia Coppola/Lost in Translation
5. Tim Burton/Big Fish

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
City of God

Runners Up:
2. The Barbarian Invasions
3. The Triplets of Belleville
4. Together
5. Man on the Train

BEST DOCUMENTARY
Capturing the Friedmans

Runners Up:
2. The Fog of War
3. Winged Migration
4. Spellbound
5. To Be and to Have

BEST ANIMATED
Finding Nemo

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Andrew Lesnie/The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

RUSSELL SMITH AWARD (best low budget or cutting edge independent film)
American Splendor

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