Tom Wilkinson - In the Bedroom
Runners-up: Jim Broadbent - Iris and Denzel Washington - Training Day
Sissy Spacek - In the Bedroom
Runners-up: Naomi Watts - Mulholland Dr. and Tilda Swinton - The Deep End
Best Animated Film:
Runners-up: Shrek and Monsters, Inc.
Christopher Doyle and Pin Bing Lee - In the Mood for Love (Fa yeung nin wa)
Runners-up: Roger Deakins - The Man Who Wasn't There and Peter Deming - Mulholland Dr.
Robert Altman - Gosford Park
Runners-up: David Lynch - Mulholland Dr. and Todd Field - In the Bedroom
Runners-up: Gosford Park and In the Bedroom
Best First Film:
Todd Field - In the Bedroom
Runners-up: Terry Zwigoff - Ghost World, Danis Tanović - No Man's Land and Jonathan Glazer - Sexy Beast
Best Foreign Language Film:
In the Mood for Love (Fa yeung nin wa) • France/Hong Kong
Runners-up: No Man's Land • Bosnia and Herzegovina and Amores Perros • Mexico
Best Non-Fiction Film:
The Gleaners and I
Runners-up: Startup.com and The Endurance
Julian Fellowes - Gosford Park
Runners-up: Christopher Nolan - Memento and Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson - The Royal Tenenbaums
Best Supporting Actor:
Steve Buscemi - Ghost World
Runners-up: Ben Kingsley - Sexy Beast and Brian Cox - L.I.E.
Best Supporting Actress:
Helen Mirren - Gosford Park
Runners-up: Maggie Smith - Gosford Park and Scarlett Johansson - Ghost World
The restored and re-released Jacques Demy films Lola and Bay of Angels (La baie des anges)
2001 New York Film Critics Circle Awards Wikipedia
The 67th New York Film Critics Circle Awards, honoring the best in film for 2001, were given on 13 December 2001 by the New York Film Critics Circle.