4 Chicago Film Critics Association awards each for Little Women and Parasite


Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen in Little Women

The Chicago Film Critics Association were infected with love for Bong Joon Ho's critical darling Parasite, bestowing upon it four of their 2019 awards including Best Picture and Director. It's yet another show of support for the South Korean comedy thriller this awards season, though its performance here is matched by that of another, later-breaking awards contender. Four awards for both Parasite and Greta Gerwig's literary adaptation Little Women, which picks up an acting prize for rising star Florence Pugh.


The CFCA regularly makes good choices in its year-end awards, and this year is no exception. Check out these awards' nominees here.


Best Picture

PARASITE


Best Director

BONG JOON HO (PARASITE)


Best Actress

LUPITA NYONG'O (US)


Best Actor

ADAM DRIVER (MARRIAGE STORY)


Best Supporting Actress

FLORENCE PUGH (LITTLE WOMEN)


Best Supporting Actor

BRAD PITT (ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD)


Best Original Screenplay

BONG JOON HO AND HAN JIN WON (PARASITE)


Best Adapted Screenplay

GRETA GERWIG (LITTLE WOMEN)


Best Cinematography

ROGER DEAKINS (1917)


Best Editing

THELMA SCHOONMAKER (THE IRISHMAN)


Best Art Direction

ONCE UPON A TIME... IN HOLLYWOOD


Best Costume Design

LITTLE WOMEN


Best Use of Visual Effects

AD ASTRA


Best Original Score

ALEXANDRE DESPLAT (LITTLE WOMEN)


Best Animated Feature

TOY STORY 4


Best Documentary

APOLLO 11


Best Foreign Language Film

PARASITE


Milos Stehlik Breakthrough Filmmaker Award

LULU WANG (THE FAREWELL)


Most Promising Performer

AISLING FRANCIOSI (THE NIGHTINGALE)


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