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8th Critics' Choice Awards

 

8th Critics' Choice Awards

8th Critics' Choice Awards
Date January 17, 2003
Highlights
Best Film Chicago

The 8th Critics' Choice Awards, honoring the best filmmaking of 2002, were given on 17 January 2003.

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 Digital Acting Performance 2.6
    • Best Director 2.7
    • Best Documentary Feature 2.8
    • Best Family Film (Live Action) 2.9
    • Best Film 2.10
    • Best Film Made for Television 2.11
    • Best Foreign Language Film 2.12
    • Best Song 2.13
    • Best Supporting Actor 2.14
    • Best Supporting Actress 2.15
    • Best Writer 2.16
    • Best Young Actor/Actress 2.17

Top 10 Films

(alphabetical)

  1. About Schmidt
  2. Adaptation.
  3. Catch Me If You Can
  4. Chicago *Academy Award for Best Picture*
  5. Far from Heaven
  6. Gangs of New York
  7. The Hours
  8. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
  9. The Pianist
  10. Road to Perdition

Winners and nominees

Best Actor

Jack Nicholson - About Schmidt
Daniel Day-Lewis - Gangs of New York

Best Actress

Julianne Moore - Far from Heaven

Best Animated Feature

Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi (Spirited Away)

Best Cast

Chicago

Best Composer

John Williams - Catch Me If You Can, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and Minority Report

Best Digital Acting Performance

Gollum - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

Best Director

Steven Spielberg - Catch Me If You Can and Minority Report

Best Documentary Feature

Bowling for Columbine

Best Family Film (Live Action)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Best Film

Chicago

Best Film Made for Television

Door to Door

Best Foreign Language Film

Y tu mamá también (And Your Mother Too)

Best Song

Lose Yourself by Eminem - 8 Mile

Best Supporting Actor

Chris Cooper - Adaptation.

Best Supporting Actress

Catherine Zeta-Jones - Chicago

Best Writer

Charlie Kaufman - Adaptation. and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind

Best Young Actor/Actress

Kieran Culkin - Igby Goes Down

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