Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2016

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29th CFCA Awards

December 15, 2016

Best Film:

The 29th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards were announced on December 15, 2016. The awards honor the best in film for 2016. The nominations were announced on December 11. Moonlight received the most nominations (11), followed by Jackie (8), Manchester by the Sea (8), and La La Land (7).

Winners and nominees

Barry Jenkins, Best Director winner
Casey Affleck, Best Actor winner
Natalie Portman, Best Actress winner
Mahershala Ali, Best Supporting Actor winner
Michelle Williams, Best Supporting Actress winner

The winners and nominees for the 29th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards are as follows:[1]

Best Actor

Casey AffleckManchester by the Sea

Best Actress

Natalie PortmanJackie

Best Adapted Screenplay

The Handmaiden – Seo-Kyung Chung and Chan-wook Park

Best Animated Film

Kubo and the Two Strings

Best Art Direction/Production Design

The Handmaiden

Best Cinematography

La La LandLinus Sandgren

Best Director

Barry JenkinsMoonlight

Best Documentary Film

O.J.: Made in America

Best Editing

La La LandTom Cross

Best Film


Best Foreign Language Film

The Handmaiden

Best Original Score

JackieMica Levi

Best Original Screenplay

Manchester by the SeaKenneth Lonergan

Best Supporting Actor

Mahershala AliMoonlight

Best Supporting Actress

Michelle WilliamsManchester by the Sea

Most Promising Filmmaker

Robert EggersThe Witch

Most Promising Performer

Lucas HedgesManchester by the Sea


  1. ^ "The 2016 Chicago Film Critics Association Award Nominees". December 11, 2016. Retrieved December 12, 2016. 

External links

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