7th Critics' Choice Awards

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7th Critics' Choice Awards
Date January 11, 2002
Official website www.criticschoice.com
Highlights
Best Film A Beautiful Mind

The 7th Critics' Choice Awards were presented on January 11, 2002, honoring the finest achievements of 2001 filmmaking.

Top 10 Films[edit]

(in alphabetical order)

  1. Ali
  2. A Beautiful Mind
  3. In the Bedroom
  4. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
  5. The Man Who Wasn't There
  6. Memento
  7. Moulin Rouge!
  8. Mulholland Drive
  9. The Shipping News
  10. Shrek

Winners and nominees[edit]

Ron Howard, Best Director co-winner
Baz Luhrmann, Best Director co-winner
Russell Crowe, Best Actor winner
Sissy Spacek, Best Actress winner
Ben Kingsley, Best Supporting Actor winner
Jennifer Connelly, Best Supporting Actress winner
Dakota Fanning, Best Child Performance winner
Christopher Nolan, Best Screenplay winner
James Franco, Best Actor in a Picture Made for Television winner
Judy Davis, Best Actress in a Picture Made for Television winner

Film[edit]

Best Actor[edit]

Russell CroweA Beautiful Mind

Best Actress[edit]

Sissy SpacekIn the Bedroom

Best Animated Feature[edit]

Shrek

Best Cast[edit]

Gosford Park

Best Child Performance[edit]

Dakota FanningI Am Sam

Best Composer[edit]

Howard ShoreThe Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Best Director[edit]

Ron HowardA Beautiful Mind (TIE)
Baz LuhrmannMoulin Rouge! (TIE)

Best Family Film[edit]

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

Best Foreign Language Film[edit]

Amélie (Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain)France

Best Picture[edit]

A Beautiful Mind

Best Screenplay[edit]

MementoChristopher Nolan

Best Song[edit]

"May It Be" performed by EnyaThe Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Ben KingsleySexy Beast

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Jennifer ConnellyA Beautiful Mind

Special Alan J. Pakula Award[edit]

Gary Oldman, Rod Lurie, Joan Allen, Jeff Bridges, Christian Slater, Sam Elliott, William Petersen, Saul Rubinek, Philip Baker Hall, Mike Binder, Robin Thomas, and Mariel HemingwayThe Contender [1]

Television[edit]

Best Picture Made for Television[edit]

Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows

Best Actor – Best Picture Made for Television[edit]

James FrancoJames Dean

Best Actress in a Movie/Miniseries[edit]

Judy DavisLife with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows

References[edit]