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Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2002

6th TFCA Awards

December 18, 2002


Best Film:
Adaptation.

The 6th Toronto Film Critics Association Awards, honoring the best in film for 2002, were held on 18 December 2002.[1]

Winners

Runners-Up: Daniel Day-LewisGangs of New York and Jack NicholsonAbout Schmidt

Runners-Up: Maggie GyllenhaalSecretary and Isabelle HuppertThe Piano Teacher

Runners-Up: Fubar and Soft Shell Man

Runners-Up: Alfonso CuarónY Tu Mamá También and Todd HaynesFar from Heaven

Runners-Up: Gambling, Gods and LSD and Standing in the Shadows of Motown

Runners-Up: Punch-Drunk Love and Y Tu Mamá También

Runners-Up: Confessions of a Dangerous Mind and Igby Goes Down

Runners-Up: The HoursDavid Hare and Punch-Drunk LovePaul Thomas Anderson

Runners-Up: Paul NewmanRoad to Perdition and Dennis QuaidFar from Heaven

Runners-Up: Kathy BatesAbout Schmidt and Toni ColletteAbout a Boy

Special citation to Richard Kelly's Donnie Darko as the best film not to receive a proper theatrical release in Canada.

References

  1. ^ "TFCA Awards 2002". torontofilmcritics.com. 
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