'Brokeback Mountain' best pic, director for L.A. critics

'Brokeback Mountain' best pic, director for L.A. critics
Brokeback Mountain was voted top honors from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association on Saturday, taking best picture and best director for Ang Lee. Best actor honors went to Philip Seymour Hoffman for his portayal of writer Truman Capote in Capote, while best actress went to Vera Farmiga for Down to the Bone. William Hurt was named best supporting actor for A History of Violence, while Catherine Keener was named best supporting actress for her work in Capote as well as in The Ballad of Jack and Rose, The Interpreter and The Forty Year Old Virgin. The 2005 Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards will be handed out Jan. 17 at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Century City.

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