Another Best Picture prize has been snared by United 93, not that this will change the minds of Academy members who’ve refused to see it all along. (Hang tough, guys — don’t let the critics guilt-trip you!) The Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics have declared Paul Greengrass‘s 9/11 drama the best of ’06 while also honoring The Departed‘s Martin Scorsese as Best Director. The Last King of Scotland‘s Forest Whitaker and The Queen‘s Helen Mirren won again for Best Actor and Best Actress, respectively. And Jackie Earl Haley took the Best Supporting Actor prize for his work in Little Children. (Again, following his win earlier today among the Southeastern Film Critics.) There was a surprise, at least, with Cate Blanchett winning the Best Supporting Actress award for her performance as an obsessively-inclined art teacher in Notes on a Scandal. The org also named Clint Eastwood‘s Letters For Iwo Jima as the Best Foreign-Language Film, with Pan’s Labyrinth named as first runner-up in that category.