American Film Institute Awards 2001

American Film Institute Awards 2001

American Film Institute Awards 2001

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The AFI Awards 2001 honoring the best in film and television for 2001 were held January 5th 2002. The nominations were announced December 17, 2001. The ceremony announcing the winners was broadcast on CBS. It did not do well in the ratings (getting only 5.5 million viewers)so it would not be held in this format again. The AFI would go back to just listing the ten best movies and television shows and not have any acting categories or technical categories.



Actor of the Year-Male-Movies:

Denzel Washington - Training Day
  • Russell Crowe - A Beautiful Mind
  • Billy Bob Thornton - The Man Who Wasn't There
  • Tom Wilkinson - In The Bedroom

Actress of the Year-Female-Movies:

Sissy Spacek - In the Bedroom
  • Halle Berry - Monter's Ball
  • Stockard Channing - The Business of Strangers
  • Noami Watts - Mulholland Drive

Best Cinematography:

The Man Who Wasn't There - Roger Deakins

Best Composer:

Craig Armstrong - Moulin Rouge!

Best Digital Effects Artist:

Jim Rygiel - The Fellowship of the Ring

Best Director:

Robert Altman - Gosford Park

Best Editing:

Jill Bilcock - Moulin Rouge!

Best Film:

The Fellowship of the Ring

Best Production Designer:

Grant Major - The Fellowship of the Ring

Best Screenwriter:

Christopher Nolan - Memento

Best Featured Actor:

Gene Hackman - The Royal Tenenbaums

Best Featured Actress:

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