Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 1990

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The 3rd Chicago Film Critics Association Awards were announced on March 7, 1991 at an awards ceremony held in The Pump Room.[1] They honor achievements in 1990 filmmaking. The nominations were announced on January 20, 1991.[1] Goodfellas received the most nominations with seven, followed by Dances With Wolves (4) and The Godfather Part III (2).[1] Actresses Joan Cusack and Kathy Bates earned two nominations apiece.[1] The awards were notable for the introductions of two new categories: Best Cinematography and Best Screenplay.[1]

Nominees[edit]

The winners and nominees for the 3rd annual Chicago Film Critics Association Awards are as follows:[1]

Best Actor[edit]

Jeremy IronsReversal of Fortune

Best Actress[edit]

Kathy BatesMisery

Best Cinematography[edit]

Dances With WolvesDean Semler

Best Director[edit]

Martin ScorseseGoodfellas

Best Film[edit]

Goodfellas

Best Foreign Film[edit]

The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover

Best Original Score[edit]

Toy StoryRandy Newman

Best Screenplay[edit]

GoodfellasNicholas Pileggi and Martin Scorsese

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Joe PesciGoodfellas

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Lorraine BraccoGoodfellas

Emerging Actor[edit]

Macaulay CulkinHome Alone

Emerging Actress[edit]

Penelope Ann MillerThe Freshman

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Chicago Crix Laud 'Goodfellas'". Variety. January 20, 1991. Retrieved July 21, 2015.