National Society of Film Critics Awards 2005

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40th National Society of Film Critics Awards

Saturday, January 7, 2006


Best Picture:
Capote

The 40th National Society of Film Critics Awards, given by the National Society of Film Critics on 7 January 2006, honored the best in film for 2005.

Winners[edit]

Best Picture[edit]

1. Capote
2. A History of Violence
3. 2046

Best Director[edit]

1. David CronenbergA History of Violence
2. Wong Kar-wai2046
3. Bennett MillerCapote

Best Actor[edit]

1. Philip Seymour HoffmanCapote
2. Jeff DanielsThe Squid and the Whale
3. Heath LedgerBrokeback Mountain

Best Actress[edit]

1. Reese WitherspoonWalk the Line
2. Keira KnightleyPride & Prejudice
3. Kate DollenmayerFunny Ha Ha
3. Vera FarmigaDown to the Bone

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

1. Ed HarrisA History of Violence
2. Mathieu AmalricMunich
2. Frank LangellaGood Night, and Good Luck.

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

1. Amy AdamsJunebug
2. Zhang Ziyi2046
3. Catherine KeenerCapote, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, The Ballad of Jack and Rose and The Interpreter

Best Screenplay[edit]

1. Noah BaumbachThe Squid and the Whale
2. Dan FuttermanCapote
3. Tony Kushner and Eric RothMunich

Best Cinematography[edit]

1. Christopher Doyle, Kwan Pun-leung and Lai Yiu-fai2046
2. Robert ElswitGood Night, and Good Luck.
3. Emmanuel LubezkiThe New World

Best Foreign Language Film[edit]

1. Head-On (Gegen die Wand)
2. 2046
3. Caché

Best Non-Fiction Film[edit]

1. Grizzly Man
2. Darwin's Nightmare
3. Ballets Russes

Experimental Awards[edit]

1. Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One (1968) and Take Two (2005), William Greaves' remarkable investigation into the nature of the acting process and power relationships on a movie set.
2. 13 Lakes, Ten Skies, and 27 Years Later, the three 2005 productions of James Benning. Few have done more over the last thirty years to expand the sensory and temporal boundaries of moving pictures.

Film Heritage Award[edit]

  • Unseen Cinema, the 7-disc DVD box set collection of pre-1942 American avant-garde cinema assembled by Anthology Film Archives and Bruce Posner—a massive and unprecedented undertaking made in concert with 60 other film archives and preservation organizations across the globe.

Special Citation[edit]

  • The NSFC commends and congratulates our colleagues Kevin Thomas for his 44-year tenure as a movie critic at the Los Angeles Times, for his tireless championing in the heart of the world's movie capital of the power and beauty of independent, experimental and foreign film, for his long and important service to moviegoers around the industry, the country and the world.

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