Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2006


Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2006

19th CFCA Awards

December 28, 2006


Best Film:
The Departed

The 19th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards, given by the CFCA on December 28, 2006 honored the best in film for 2006.

Contents

Winners and nominees

Best Actor

Forest WhitakerThe Last King of Scotland

Best Actress

Helen MirrenThe Queen

Best Cinematography

Children of MenEmmanuel Lubezki

Best Director

Martin ScorseseThe Departed

Best Documentary Film

An Inconvenient Truth

Best Film

The Departed

Best Foreign Language Film

Letters from Iwo Jima, USA

Best Original Score

The FountainClint Mansell

Best Screenplay – Adapted

The DepartedWilliam Monahan

Best Screenplay – Original

The QueenPeter Morgan

Best Supporting Actor

Jackie Earle HaleyLittle Children

Best Supporting Actress

Rinko KikuchiBabel

Most Promising Performer

Sacha Baron CohenBorat and Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

Most Promising Filmmaker

Rian JohnsonBrick

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