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New York critics salute Mulholland Drive

New York critics salute Mulholland Drive

The New York Film Critics Circle chose David Lynch's Mulholland Drive, a labyrinthine thriller with some passionate lesbian love scenes, as the best film of 2001. Robert Altman's comic whodunit Gosford Park, which includes a handful of gay characters, received three awards--for screenplay, direction, and Helen Mirren's supporting performance. Here is the complete list of winners: Best Picture: Mulholland Drive Best Actor: Tom Wilkinson, In the Bedroom Best Actress: Sissy Spacek, In the Bedroom Best Supporting Actor: Steve Buscemi, Ghost World Best Supporting Actress: Helen Mirren, Gosford Park Best Director: Robert Altman, Gosford Park Best Screenplay: Gosford Park, written by Julian Fellowes, from an idea by Robert Altman and Bob Balaban Best Cinematographer: Christopher Doyle and Pin Bing Lee, In the Mood for Love Best Foreign Film: In the Mood for Love, directed by Wong Kar-Wai Best Nonfiction Film: The Gleaners and I (Les Glaneuses et Moi), directed by Agnes Varda Best Animated Film: Waking Life, directed by Richard Linklater Best First Film: In the Bedroom, directed by Todd Field

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