The Broadcast Film Critics Association handed out its eighth annual Critics’ Choice Awards Friday, and Chicago was the night’s big winner.
The musical was honored for best picture and best ensemble acting, while Catherine Zeta-Jones took home the best supporting actress award.
The 187-member BFCA is made up of television, radio and online critics from the U.S. and Canada. In the past two years, 78 percent of the BFCA’s nominees also become Academy Award contenders.
The BFCA traditionally nominates 10 films for best picture, creating a National Critics’ 10 Best List. There are three nominees–or four in the case of a tie–in each of the 16 other categories.
Here is a complete list of winners:
Best Picture Made for Television
Door to Door Winner!
Live From Baghdad
Martin and Lewis