Davis Awards 2002 - AwardsCircuit.com - By Clayton Davis

Davis Awards 2002

Best Motion Picture of the Year

  • “Bowling for Columbine”
  • “Chicago”
  • “Gangs of New York”
  • “The Hours”
  • “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”

Best Achievement in Directing

  • Stephen Daldry – “The Hours”
  • Rob Marshall – “Chicago”
  • Michael Moore – “Bowling for Columbine”
  • Roman Polanski – “The Pianist”
  • Martin Scorsese – “Gangs of New York”

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role

  • Adrien Brody – “The Pianist”
  • Daniel Day-Lewis – “Gangs of New York”
  • Leonardo DiCaprio – “Catch Me If You Can”
  • Richard Gere – “Chicago”
  • Edward Norton – “25th Hour”

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

  • Maggie Gyllenhaal – “Secretary”
  • Nicole Kidman – “The Hours”
  • Diane Lane – “Unfaithful”
  • Julianne Moore – “Far from Heaven”
  • Renee Zellweger – “Chicago”

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role

  • Michael Constantine – “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”
  • Ed Harris – “The Hours”
  • Dennis Haysbert – “Far from Heaven”
  • Paul Newman – “Road to Perdition”
  • John C. Reilly – “Chicago”

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role

  • Patricia Clarkson – “Far from Heaven”
  • Queen Latifah – “Chicago”
  • Julianne Moore – “The Hours”
  • Samantha Morton – “Minority Report”
  • Catherine Zeta-Jones – “Chicago”

Best Original Screenplay

  • Michael Moore – “Bowling for Columbine”
  • Todd Haynes – “Far from Heaven”
  • Jay Cocks, Steven Zaillian, Kenneth Lonergan – “Gangs of New York”
  • Nia Vardalos – “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”
  • Paul Thomas Anderson – “Punch-Drunk Love”
Best Adapted Screenplay
  • David Benioff – “25th Hour”
  • Bill Condon – “Chicago”
  • David Hare – “The Hours”
  • Fran Walsh, Phillippa Boyens, Peter Jackson, Stephen Sinclair – “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”
  • Ronald Harwood – “The Pianist”
Best Cast Ensemble
  • “25th Hour”
  • “Adaptation”
  • “Chicago”
  • “The Hours”
  • “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”
Best Original Score
  • Terence Blanchard – “25th Hour”
  • Philip Glass – “The Hours”
  • Howard Shore – “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”
  • Wojciech Kilar – “The Pianist”
  • Jan A.P. Kaczmarek – “Unfaithful”
Best Film Editing
  • Martin Walsh – “Chicago”
  • Peter Boyle – “The Hours”
  • Thelma Schoonmaker – “Gangs of New York”
  • Michael Horton – “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”
  • Michael Kahn – “Minority Report”
Best Cinematography
  • Dion Beebe – “Chicago”
  • Edward Lachman – “Far from Heaven”
  • Michael Ballaus – “Gangs of New York”
  • Andrew Lesnie – “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”
  • Janusz Kaminski – “Minority Report”
Best Costume Design
  • Colleen Atwood – “Chicago”
  • Sandy Powell – “Far from Heaven”
  • Julie Weiss – “Frida”
  • Sandy Powell – “Gangs of New York”
  • Ann Roth – “The Hours”
Best Art Direction
  • “Chicago”
  • “Far from Heaven”
  • “Gangs of New York”
  • “The Hours”
  • “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”
Best Sound
  • “Chicago”
  • “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”
  • “Minority Report”
  • “Spider-Man”
  • “Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones”
Best Song From/Used in a Motion Picture
  • “Lose Yourself” from “8 Mile”
  • “I Move On” from “Chicago”
  • “The Hands that Built America” from “Gangs of New York”
  • “Gollum’s Song” from “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”
  • “Hero” from “Spider-Man”
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Clayton Davis

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Clayton Davis started to write professionally in his sophomore year of college when Johnny Alba, the editor and owner of the old Oscar prediction site, The Oscar Igloo, had an opening for staff writers. Clayton wrote for The Igloo for nearly four years before being appointed editor and revamping and renaming The Oscar Igloo into the now popular mega-site, The Awards Circuit. Since then, Clayton has become a proud member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association where he votes and attends the kick off to awards season show, The Critics Choice Awards. Most recently, Clayton is a now an active member of the International Press Academy, which hosts the popular Satellite Awards as well as the newly integrated Broadcast Television Journalists Association, which hosts the Critics Choice Television Awards. In June 2014 he became the year's first accepted member to New York Film Critics Online. He has been quoted in various outlets (CNN.com, Bloomberg.com, TheWrap.com, AceShowbiz.com, SlashFilm.com, ScottFeinberg.com) and continues to raise the bar for film-talking enthusiasts around the globe.