Broadcast Film Critics Assn.

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1999 - 5th Annual Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Picture:
1. American Beauty
Being John Malkovich
The Cider House Rules
The Green Mile
The Insider
Man On The Moon
The Sixth Sense
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Three Kings

Best Director: Sam Mendes, American Beauty
Best Actor: Russell Crowe, The Insider
Best Actress: Hilary Swank, Boys Don't Cry
Best Supporting Actor: Michael Clarke Duncan, The Green Mile
Best Supporting Actress : Angelina Jolie, Girl, Interrupted
Best Original Screenplay: Alan Ball, American Beauty
Best Adapted Screenplay: Frank Darabont, The Green Mile

Best Foreign-Language Film: All About My Mother
Best Feature Documentary: Buena Vista Social Club
Best Animated Feature: Toy Story 2
Breakthrough Performer: Spike Jonze, Being John Malkovich and Three Kings
Best Child Performance: Haley Joel Osment, The Sixth Sense
Best Family Film: October Sky, directed by Joe Johnston
Best Song: "Music Of My Heart", Music Of The Heart
Best Score: Gabriel Yared, The Talented Mr. Ripley
Alan J. Pakula Award: The Insider

1998 - 4th Annual Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Picture
1. Saving Private Ryan
Gods And Monsters
Life Is Beautiful
Out Of Sight
Shakespeare In Love
A Simple Plan
The Thin Red Line
The Truman Show

Best Director: Steven Spielberg, Saving Private Ryan
Best Actor: Ian McKellen, Gods And Monsters and Apt Pupil
Best Actress: Cate Blanchett, Elizabeth
Best Supporting Actor: Billy Bob Thornton, A Simple Plan and Primary Colors
Best Supporting Actress: Kathy Bates, Primary Colors and Joan Allen, Pleasantville
Best Original Screenplay: Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard, Shakespeare In Love
Best Adapted Screenplay: Scott B. Smith, A Simple Plan

Best Foreign-Language Film: Life Is Beautiful
Best Feature Documentary: Wild Man Blues
Best Animated Feature: A Bug's Life and The Prince Of Egypt
Breakthrough Performer: Joseph Fiennes, Shakespeare In Love and Elizabeth
Best Child Performance: Ian Michael Smith, Simon Birch
Best Family Film: A Bug's Life
Best Song: "When You Believe", The Prince Of Egypt
Best Score: John Williams, Saving Private Ryan
Alan J. Pakula Award: A Civil Action

1997 - 3rd Annual Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Picture
1. L.A. Confidential
As Good As It Gets
Boogie Nights
Donnie Brasco
The Full Monty
Good Will Hunting
Wag the Dog
The Wings of the Dove

Best Director: James Cameron, Titanic
Best Actor: Jack Nicholson, As Good as It Gets
Best Actress: Helena Bonham Carter, The Wings of the Dove
Best Supporting Actor: Anthony Hopkins, Amistad
Best Supporting Actress: Joan Cusack, In & Out
Best Original Screenplay: Ben Affleck & Matt Damon, Good Will Hunting
Best Adapted Screenplay: Brian Helgeland & Curtis Hanson, L.A. Confidential

Best Foreign-Language Film: Shall We Dance?
Best Documentary: 4 Little Girls
Breakout Artist: Matt Damon, Good Will Hunting
Best Child Performance: Jurnee Smollett, Eve's Bayou
Best Family Film: Anastasia
Lifetime Achievement: Robert Wise

1996 - 2nd Annual Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Picture:
1. Fargo
2. The English Patient
Big Night
The Crucible
Jerry Maguire
Lone Star
The People Vs. Larry Flynt

Best Director: Anthony Minghella, The English Patient
(RU - Joel Coen - Fargo)
Best Actor: Geoffrey Rush, Shine
(RU - Tom Cruise - Jerry Maguire)
Best Actress: Frances McDormand, Fargo
(RU - Diane Keaton - Marvin's Room)
Best Supporting Actor: Cuba Gooding Jr., Jerry Maguire
(RU - Edward Norton - Primal Fear, Everyone Says I Love You, The People Vs. Larry Flynt )
Best Supporting Actress: Joan Allen, The Crucible
(RU - Courtney Love - The People vs. Larry Flynt)
Best Screenplay: The English Patient, Anthony Minghella
(RU - Fargo)

Breakout Artist: Renee Zellwegger, Jerry Maguire
Best Child Performance: Jonathan Lipnicki, Jerry Maguire
Best Foreign-Language Film: Ridicule
Best Documentary: When We Were Kings
Best Family Film: Fly Away Home

1995 - 1st Annual Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Best Picture: Sense and Sensibility
Best Director: Mel Gibson, Braveheart
Best Actor: Kevin Bacon, Murder in the First
Best Actress: Nicole Kidman, To Die for
Best Supporting Actor: Ed Harris and Kevin Spacey (both for several films).
Best Supporting Actress: Mira Sorvino, Mighty Aphrodite
Best Screenplay: Emma Thompson, Sense and Sensibility
Best Documentary: Crumb
Best Foreign-Language Film: Il Postino
Best Family Film: Babe

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