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12th Critics' Choice Awards

12th Critics' Choice Awards
Date January 20, 2007
Highlights
Best Film The Departed
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The 12th Annual Critics' Choice Awards were presented on 14 January 2007 by the Broadcast Film Critics Association to honor the finest achievements in 2006 filmmaking. The event was held at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California and was broadcast 20 January 2007 in the United states on the E! channel.

Contents

  • Top 10 Films 1
  • Winners and nominees 2
    • Best Actor 2.1
    • Best Actress 2.2
    • Best Animated Feature 2.3
    • Best Cast 2.4
    • Best Composer 2.5
    • Best Director 2.6
    • Best Documentary Feature 2.7
    • Best Family Film 2.8
    • Best Film 2.9
    • Best Film - Comedy 2.10
    • Best Film - Made for TV 2.11
    • Best Foreign Language Film 2.12
    • Best Song 2.13
    • Best Soundtrack 2.14
    • Best Supporting Actor 2.15
    • Best Supporting Actress 2.16
    • Best Writer 2.17
    • Best Young Actor 2.18
    • Best Young Actress 2.19
  • External links 3

Top 10 Films

(alphabetical)

  1. Babel
  2. Blood Diamond
  3. The Departed (Academy Award for Best Picture)
  4. Dreamgirls
  5. Letters from Iwo Jima
  6. Little Children
  7. Little Miss Sunshine
  8. Notes on a Scandal
  9. The Queen
  10. United 93

Winners and nominees

Best Actor

Forest Whitaker - The Last King of Scotland

Best Actress

Helen Mirren - The Queen

Best Animated Feature

Cars

Best Cast

Little Miss Sunshine

Best Composer

Philip Glass - The Illusionist

Best Director

Martin Scorsese - The Departed

Best Documentary Feature

An Inconvenient Truth

Best Family Film

Charlotte's Web

Best Film

The Departed

Best Film - Comedy

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

Best Film - Made for TV

Elizabeth I

Best Foreign Language Film

Letters from Iwo Jima, USA

Best Song

"Listen" performed by Beyoncé - Dreamgirls

Best Soundtrack

"Dreamgirls"

Best Supporting Actor

Eddie Murphy - Dreamgirls

Best Supporting Actress

Jennifer Hudson - Dreamgirls

Best Writer

Michael Arndt - Little Miss Sunshine

Best Young Actor

Paul Dano - Little Miss Sunshine

Best Young Actress

Abigail Breslin - Little Miss Sunshine

External links

  • 12th Annual Critics' Choice Awards at BBC News
  • 12th Annual Critics' Choice Awards at Fox News
  • 12th Annual Critics' Choice Awards at E! online
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