Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 1989

The 2nd Chicago Film Critics Association Awards were announced on March 8, 1990 at an awards ceremony held in The Pump Room.[1] They honor achievements in 1989 filmmaking. Twenty-seven of the CFCA members voted for the awards.[1] Do the Right Thing earned three accolades, including Best Film, and its director Spike Lee commented that the awards made up for the lack of nominations at that year's Academy Awards.[1] Actress Laura San Giacomo received two awards for her role as Cynthia Patrice Bishop in Sex, Lies, and Videotape.[1]

WinnersEdit

The winners for the 27nd Chicago Film Critics Association Awards are as follows:[1]

Best ActorEdit

Tom CruiseBorn on the Fourth of July

Best ActressEdit

Michelle PfeifferThe Fabulous Baker Boys

Best DirectorEdit

Spike LeeDo the Right Thing

Best FilmEdit

Do the Right Thing

Best Foreign FilmEdit

Henry V

Best Supporting ActorEdit

Danny AielloDo the Right Thing

Best Supporting ActressEdit

Laura San GiacomoSex, Lies, and Videotape

Most Promising ActorEdit

John CusackSay Anything...

Most Promising ActressEdit

Laura San Giacomo – Sex, Lies, and Videotape

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e Voedisch, Lynn (March 9, 1990). "Local critics pick Lee film as year's best". Chicago Sun-Times. Archived from the original on September 24, 2015. Retrieved July 21, 2015.(subscription required)

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