‘Zero Dark Thirty’ tops Chicago film critics’ awards
December 17, 2012 9:06PM
“Zero Dark Thirty” leads this year’s Chicago Film Critics Association annual awards, announced Monday. It won best picture, director (Kathryn Bigelow), actress (Jessica Chastain), original script and editing.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s “The Master” took four prizes: supporting actor (Philip Seymour Hoffman) and actress (Amy Adams), cinematography and original score. Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” received honors for best actor (Daniel Day-Lewis) and adapted script.
The CFCA will present its awards at a ceremony Feb. 9, with details to be announced later.