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Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2002

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Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2002

The 23rd Boston Society of Film Critics Awards, honoring the best in film in 2002, were given on 15 December 2002.

Winners

  • Best Film:
  • The Pianist
  • Runner-up: Gangs of New York
  • Best Actor:
  • Adrien Brody – The Pianist
  • Runner-up: Daniel Day-Lewis – Gangs of New York
  • Best Actress:
  • Maggie Gyllenhaal – Secretary
  • Runner-up: Julianne Moore – Far from Heaven
  • Best Supporting Actor:
  • Alan Arkin – Thirteen Conversations About One Thing
  • Runner-up: John C. Reilly – Chicago, Gangs of New York, The Good Girl and The Hours
  • Best Supporting Actress:
  • Toni Collette – About a Boy and The Hours
  • Runner-up: Catherine Zeta-Jones – Chicago
  • Best Director:
  • Roman Polanski – The Pianist
  • Runner-up: Martin Scorsese – Gangs of New York
  • Best Screenplay:
  • Charlie and Donald Kaufman – Adaptation.
  • Best Cinematography:
  • Edward Lachman – Far from Heaven
  • Best Documentary:
  • The Kid Stays in the Picture
  • Best Foreign-Language Film:
  • Y Tu Mamá También • Mexico/USA
  • Best New Filmmaker:
  • Peter Care – The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
  • References

    Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2002 Wikipedia


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