Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

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BEST PICTURE
Sideways

ACTOR
Jamie Foxx – Ray

ACTRESS
Hilary Swank – Million Dollar Baby

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Fahrenheit 9/11

SUPPORTING ACTOR
Thomas Haden Church – Sideways

SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Virginia Madsen – Sideways

ACTING ENSEMBLE
Sideways

DIRECTOR
Martin Scorsese – The Aviator

WRITER
Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor – Sideways

ANIMATED FEATURE
The Incredibles

YOUNG ACTOR
Freddie Highmore – Finding Neverland

YOUNG ACTRESS
Emmy Rossum – The Phantom of the Opera

POPULAR MOVIE
Spider-Man 2

FAMILY FILM (live action)
Finding Neverland

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
The Sea Inside

SONG
Old Habits Die Hard – Mick Jagger and Dave Stewart

COMPOSER
Howard Shore – The Aviator

Broadcast Film Critics (BFCA) Nominations

BEST PICTURE
The Aviator
Collateral
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Finding Neverland
Hotel Rwanda
Kinsey
Million Dollar Baby
The Phantom of the Opera
Ray
Sideways

ACTOR
Javier Bardem – The Sea Inside
Don Cheadle – Hotel Rwanda
Johnny Depp – Finding Neverland
Leonardo DiCaprio – The Aviator
Jamie Foxx – Ray
Paul Giamatti – Sideways

ACTRESS
Annette Bening – Being Julia
Catalina Sandino Moreno – Maria Full of Grace
Imelda Staunton – Vera Drake
Hilary Swank – Million Dollar Baby
Uma Thurman – Kill Bill: Vol. 2
Kate Winslet – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

SUPPORTING ACTOR
Thomas Haden Church – Sideways
Jamie Foxx – Collateral
Morgan Freeman – Million Dollar Baby
Clive Owen – Closer
Peter Sarsgaard – Kinsey

SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Cate Blanchett – The Aviator
Laura Linney – Kinsey
Virginia Madsen – Sideways
Natalie Portman – Closer
Kate Winslet – Finding Neverland

ACTING ENSEMBLE
Closer
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
Ocean’s Twelve
Sideways

DIRECTOR
Clint Eastwood – Million Dollar Baby
Marc Forster – Finding Neverland
Taylor Hackford – Ray
Alexander Payne – Sideways
Martin Scorsese – The Aviator

WRITER
Bill Condon – Kinsey
Charlie Kaufman – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
John Logan – The Aviator
David Magee – Finding Neverland
Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor – Sideways

ANIMATED FEATURE
The Incredibles
The Polar Express
Shrek 2

YOUNG ACTOR
Liam Aiken – Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
Cameron Bright – Birth
Freddie Highmore – Finding Neverland
Daniel Radcliffe – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
William Ullrich – Beyond the Sea

YOUNG ACTRESS
Emily Browning – Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
Dakota Fanning – Man on Fire
Lindsay Lohan – Mean Girls
Emmy Rossum – The Phantom of the Opera
Emma Watson – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

POPULAR MOVIE
The Bourne Supremacy
The Incredibles
Napoleon Dynamite
The Passion of the Christ
Spider-Man 2

FAMILY FILM (live action)
Finding Neverland
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events
Miracle
Spider-Man 2

PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION
The Five People You Meet in Heaven
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers
Something the Lord Made
The Wool Cap

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
House of Flying Daggers
Maria Full of Grace
The Motorcycle Diaries
The Sea Inside
A Very Long Engagement

SONG
Accidentally in Love – Counting Crows
Believe – Josh Groban
Old Habits Die Hard – Mick Jagger and Dave Stewart

SOUNDTRACK
Alfie
Beyond the Sea
De-Lovely
Garden State
Ray

COMPOSER
Michael Giacchino – The Incredibles
Rolfe Kent – Sideways
Howard Shore – The Aviator

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Control Room
Fahrenheit 9/11
Metallica: Some Kind of Monster
Super-Size Me

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