Todd Field‘s Little Children has scored its first Best Picture win of the season from the San Francisco Film Critics Circle, although United 93‘s Paul Greengrass took the Best Director prize. (Definitely a momentum thing happening here, but will Academy members give a hoot? I’d love to see enough of a turnaround by the “too-sooners” to change the odds, but does anyone see this happening?)
Borat‘s Sacha Baron Cohen was anointed Best Actor, Helen Mirren won the Best Actress prize (again) for her performance in The Queen, Little Children‘s Jackie Earle Haley scored a second Best Supporting Actor win after yesterday’s N.Y. Film Critics Circle win, and Babel’s Adriana Barraza was named Best Supporting Actress. Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth was named Best Foreign-Language Film, and Davis Guggenheim and Al Gore‘s “An Inconvenient Truth won for Best Documentary.