Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Association

2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2012 | 2013 | 2014

Nominations: December 9, 2005
Awards: December 12, 2005

Best Actor
Phillip Seymor Hoffman  Capote

Best Actress
Reese Witherspoon Walk the Line

Best Supporting Actor
Paul Giamatti – Cinderella Man

Best Supporting Actress
Amy Adams – Junebug

Best Director
Steven Spielberg  Munich

Best Original Screenplay
Paul Haggis and Bobby Moresco  – Crash

Best Adapted Screenplay
Dan Futterman – Capote

Best Film
Munich/Universal

Best Foreign Film
Kung Fu Hustle/Sony Pictures Classic

Best Animated Feature
Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit/DreamWorks

Best Documentary
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room/Magnolia Pictures

Best Breakthrough Performance
Terrence Howard – Hustle & Flow

Best Ensemble
Crash/Lions Gate

Best Art Direction
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe/Buena Vista

Nominations
Nominations: December 9, 2005
Awards: December 12, 2005

Best Actor

— Phillip Seymor Hoffman  Capote
— David Strathairn  Good Night, and Good Luck
— Terrence Howard Hustle & Flow
— Joaquin Phoenix  Walk the Line
— Heath Ledger  Brokeback Mountain

Best Actress

— Joan Allen  Upside of Anger
— Felicity Huffman Transamerica
— Reese Witherspoon Walk the Line
— Keira Knightley  Pride and Prejudice
— Charlize Theron  North Country

Best Supporting Actor

— Paul Giamatti – Cinderella Man
— Peter Sarsgaard – Jarhead
— Matt Dillon – Crash
— Geoffrey Rush – Munich
— Terrence Howard – Crash

Best Supporting Actress

— Catherine Keener  Capote
— Michelle Williams  Brokeback Mountain
— Brenda Blethyn  Pride & Prejudice
— Taraji Henson  Hustle & Flow
— Amy Adams  Junebug

Best Director

— George Clooney  Good Night, and Good Luck
— Fernandeo Meirelles The Constant Gardener
— Steven Spielberg  Munich
— Ang Lee  Brokeback Mountain
— Ron Howard  Cinderella Man

Best Original Screenplay

— Paul Haggis and Bobby Moresco  – Crash
— Noah Baumbach – The Squid and the Whale
— George Clooney and Grant Heslov – Good Night, and Good Luck
— Craig Brewer – Hustle & Flow
— Angus MacLachlan – Junebug

Best Adapted Screenplay

— Dan Futterman – Capote
— Larry McMurty and Diana Ossana – Brokeback Mountain
— Arthur Golden, Robin Swicord and Doug Wright – Memoirs of a Geisha
— Deborah Moggach – Pride & Prejudice
— Tony Kushner  – Munich

Best Film

— Crash/Lions Gate
— Good Night and Good Luck/Warner Bros.
— Capote/Sony Pictures Classic
— Munich/Universal
— Brokeback Mountain/Focus Features

Best Foreign Film

— Kung Fu Hustle/Sony Pictures Classic
— Paradise Now/Warner Independent Pictures
— Turtles Can Fly/IFC Films
— Schultze Gets the Blues/Paramount Classics
— Innocent Voices/Slowhand Cinema Releasing

Best Animated Feature

— Chicken Little/Buena Vista
— Madagascar/DreamWorks
— Robots/Twentieth Century Fox
— Corpse Bride/Warner Bros.
— Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit/DreamWorks

Best Documentary

— March of the Penguins/National Geographic
— Grizzly Man/Discovery Channel
— Mad Hot Ballroom/Nickelodeon Movies
— Murderball/MTV Films
— Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room/Magnolia Pictures

Best Breakthrough Performance

— Terrence Howard – Hustle & Flow
— Amy Adams – Junebug
— QOrianka Kilcher – The New World
— Taryn Manning – Hustle & Flow
— Aishwarya Rai – Bride & Prejudice

Best Ensemble

— Good Night and Good Luck/Warner Bros.
— Pride & Prejudice/Focus Features
— Sin City/Dimension Films
— Crash/Lions Gate
— Rent/Columbia

Best Art Direction

— Memoirs of A Geisha/Columbia
— Charlie and the Chocolate Factory/Warner Bros.
— Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire/Warner Bros.
— Star Wars: Episode III-Revenge of the Sith/Twentieth Century Fox
— The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe/Buena Vista

Be Sociable, Share!

Comments are closed.

Quote Unquotesee all »

“I really want to see The Irishman. I’ve heard it’s big brother Martin Scorsese’s masterpiece. But I really can’t find the time. The promotion schedule is so tight, there’s no opportunity to see a three and a half-hour movie. But I really want to see it. In 2017, right before Okja’s New York premiere, I had the chance to go to Scorsese’s office, which is in the DGA building. There’s a lovely screening room there, too, with film prints that he’s collected. I talked to him for about an hour. There’s no movie he hasn’t seen, even Korean films. We talked about what he’s seen and his past work. It was a glorious day. I’ve loved his work since I was in college. Who doesn’t? Anyone involved with movies must feel the same way.”
~ Bong Joon-ho

“But okay, I promise you now that if I ever retire again, I’m going to ensure that I can’t walk it back. I’ll post a series of the most disgusting, offensive, outrageous statements you can ever imagine. That way it will be impossible for me to ever be employed again. No one is going to take my calls. No one is going to want to be seen with me. Oh, it will be scorched earth. I will have torched everything. I’m going to flame out in the most legendary fashion.”
~ Steven Soderbergh