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Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2005

The 18th edition of the Chicago Film Critics Association Awards of the Chicago Film Critics Association (CFCA) was held on January 09, 2005 in Chicago, United States, awarding the best films and series of the year 2004.

 

The serie with the most nominations at the Chicago Film Critics Association 2005 was Brokeback Mountain with 8 nominations and The serie that won the most awards was Capote, winning 2 of the 4 nominations.

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Below is the complete list of nominees and winners of the 2005 Chicago Film Critics Awards.

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What was the movie that won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Picture 2005?

The winning film of the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Picture 2005 was Crash

Best Picture

Who won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Director in 2005?

The director who won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Director in 2005 was David Cronenberg, for the film A History of Violence

Best Director

Who won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Leading Actor in 2005?

The actor who won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Leading Actor in 2005 was Philip Seymour Hoffman, for the movie Capote

Best Leading Actor

Who won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Leading Actress in 2005?

The actress who won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Leading Actress in 2005 was Joan Allen, for the movie The Upside of Anger

Best Leading Actress

Who won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Supporting Actor in 2005?

The actor who won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Supporting Actor in 2005 was Mickey Rourke, for the movie Sin City

Best Supporting Actor

Who won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Supporting Actress in 2005?

The actress who won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Supporting Actress in 2005 was Maria Bello, for the movie A History of Violence

Best Supporting Actress

What was the movie that won the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Foreign Language Film 2005?

The winning film of the Chicago Film Critics Association for Best Foreign Language Film 2005 was Caché

Best Foreign Language Film

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