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Chicago Film Critics Association

'Babel' Towers Over CFCA Nominations

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Brad Pitt in 'Babel'

CHICAGO, Illinois -- Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's global drama, "Babel," won nine nominations, including Best Picture and Director, when the Chicago Film Critics Association announced its 2006 nominations on Tuesday, December 19.

Martin Scorsese's crime drama, "The Departed" and Stephen Frears' historical drama, "The Queen" each earned six nominations, including Director and Picture nominations. "Little Miss Sunshine" and "Letters From Iwo Jima" earned five nominations each.

"These are very strong nominations," said CFCA President Dann Gire. "I continue to be impressed with how Chicago
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Chicago Film Critics Association Nominations
(winners will appear highlighted in red)

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'Little Miss Sunshine'

Best Picture
"Babel"
"The Departed"
"Little Miss Sunshine"
"The Queen"
"United 93"


Best Foreign Language Film
"Apocalypto" ~ USA/Mayan
"Letters From Iwo Jima" ~ USA/Japan
"Pan's Labyrinth" ~ Mexico
"Tsotsi" ~ United Kingdom/South Africa
"Volver" ~ Spain


Best Director
Clint Eastwood ~ "Letters From Iwo Jima"
Stephen Frears ~ "The Queen"
Paul Greengrass ~ "United 93"
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu ~ "Babel"

Martin Scorsese ~ "The Departed"

Best Original Screenplay
"Babel"
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