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Online Film Critics Society Awards 1998

 

Online Film Critics Society Awards 1998

2nd Online Film Critics Society Awards

January 3, 1999


Best Film:
Saving Private Ryan

The 2nd Online Film Critics Society Awards, honoring the best in film for 1998, were given on 3 January 1999.[1]

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • Best Picture 1.1
    • Best Director 1.2
    • Best Actor 1.3
    • Best Actress 1.4
    • Best Supporting Actor 1.5
    • Best Supporting Actress 1.6
    • Best Original Screenplay 1.7
    • Best Adapted Screenplay 1.8
    • Best Foreign Language Film 1.9
    • Best Documentary 1.10
    • Best Cinematography 1.11
    • Best Editing 1.12
    • Best Ensemble 1.13
    • Best Original Score 1.14
  • References 2

Winners and nominees

Best Picture

Saving Private Ryan

Best Director

Steven SpielbergSaving Private Ryan

Best Actor

Ian McKellenGods and Monsters

Best Actress

Cate BlanchettElizabeth

Best Supporting Actor

Billy Bob ThorntonA Simple Plan

Best Supporting Actress

Joan AllenPleasantville

Best Original Screenplay

The Truman ShowAndrew Niccol

Best Adapted Screenplay

Out of SightScott Frank

Best Foreign Language Film

Life Is Beautiful

Best Documentary

The Big One

Best Cinematography

Saving Private RyanJanusz Kamiński

Best Editing

Saving Private RyanMichael Kahn

Best Ensemble

Saving Private Ryan

Best Original Score

PleasantvilleRandy Newman

References

  1. ^ "Online Film Critics Society Awards". imdb.com. 
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