Winners // 2018 CHICAGO FILM CRITICS ASSOCIATION AWARDS

Roma wins five awards from the Chicago Film Critics.



Marching through awards season, Alfonso Cuarón's Roma is shaping up to be the movie the beat come Oscar Sunday. The black-and-white autobiographical drama features some the year's most stunning images, but its status as a foreign language film and a Netflix original could keep it from claiming the industry's highest award.


That being said, the film has yielded some fo the biggest precursor awards so far this season, including Best Picture wins from several critics groups.


The Chicago Film Critics followed suit, awarding it its Best Picture prize, as well as the Foreign Film, Director, Cinematography, and Editing awards.


FULL LIST OF WINNERS:


BEST PICTURE


ROMA


BEST DIRECTOR


Alfonso Cuarón

ROMA


BEST ACTOR


Ethan Hawke

FIRST REFORMED


BEST ACTRESS


Toni Collette

HEREDITARY


BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR


Richard E. Grant

CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?


BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS


Olivia Colman

THE FAVOURITE


BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY


Paul Schrader

FIRST REFORMED


BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY


Berry Jenkins

IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK


BEST FOREIGN FILM


ROMA


BEST DOCUMENTARY


MINDING THE GAP


BEST ANIMATED FILM


SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY


ROMA

Alfonso Cuarón


BEST EDITING


ROMA

Alfonso Cuarón, Adam Gough


BEST ART DIRECTION/PRODUCTION DESIGN


THE FAVOURITE


BEST ORIGINAL SCORE


IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK

Nicholas Britell


BEST USE OF VISUAL EFFECTS


ANNIHILATION


MOST PROMISING FILMMAKER


Ari Aster

HEREDITARY


MOST PROMISING PERFORMER


Elsie Fisher

EIGHTH GRADE



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