2000 FFCC Award Winners


The 5th Florida Film Critics Circle Awards, given on January 4, 2000, honored the best in film for 2000. Steven Soderbergh’s Traffic won three awards.


Best Film:



Best Director:

Steven Soderbergh – Erin Brockovich and Traffic


Best Actor:

Geoffrey Rush – Quills


Best Actress:

Ellen Burstyn – Requiem for a Dream


Best Supporting Actor:

Benicio del Toro – Traffic


Best Supporting Actress:

Frances McDormandAlmost Famous and Wonder Boys


Best Cast:

State and Main


Best Screenplay:

David Mamet – State and Main


Best Animated Film:

Chicken Run


Best Cinematography:

Peter Pau – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon


Best Documentary Film:

The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg


Best Foreign Language Film:

Wo hu cang long (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) – Taiwan/Hong Kong/USA/China


Best Score:

O Brother, Where Art Thou?


Pauline Kael Breakout Award:

Kate Hudson – Almost Famous


Golden Orange for Outstanding Contribution to Film:

William Packer (producer) and Rob Hardy (director), who created the movie Trois and devised a barnstorming distribution plan circumventing the usual Hollywood obstacles for African-American filmmakers.

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