Boston society of film critics award for best actress

The Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best (Lead) Actress is one of the annual film awards given by the Boston Society of Film Critics.

Winners

1980s

Year Winner Film Role
1980 Gena Rowlands Gloria Gloria Swenson
1981 Marília Pêra Pixote (Pixote: a lei do mais fraco) Sueli
1982 Meryl Streep Sophie's Choice Sophie Zawistowski
1983 Rosanna Arquette Baby It's You Jill Rosen
1984 Judy Davis A Passage to India Adela Quested
1985 Geraldine Page The Trip to Bountiful Carrie Watts
1986 Chloe Webb Sid and Nancy Nancy Spungen
1987 Holly Hunter Broadcast News Jane Craig
1988 Melanie Griffith Working Girl Tess McGill
1989 Jessica Tandy Driving Miss Daisy Daisy Werthan

1990s

Year Winner Film Role
1990 Anjelica Huston The Grifters Lilly Dillon
The Witches Eva Ernst/Grand High Witch
1991 Geena Davis Thelma & Louise Thelma Dickinson
1992 Emma Thompson Howards End Margaret J. 'Meg' Schlegel
1993 Holly Hunter The Piano Ada McGrath
1994 Julianne Moore Vanya on 42nd Street Yelena
1995 Nicole Kidman To Die For Suzanne Stone Maretto
1996 Brenda Blethyn Secrets & Lies Cynthia Rose Purley
1997 Helena Bonham Carter The Wings of the Dove Kate Croy
1998 Samantha Morton Under the Skin Iris Kelly
1999 Hilary Swank Boys Don't Cry Brandon Teena

2000s

Year Winner Film Role
2000 Ellen Burstyn Requiem for a Dream Sara Goldfarb
2001 Tilda Swinton The Deep End Margaret Hall
2002 Maggie Gyllenhaal Secretary Lee Holloway
2003 Scarlett Johansson Lost in Translation Charlotte
2004 Hilary Swank Million Dollar Baby Maggie Fitzgerald
2005 Reese Witherspoon Walk the Line June Carter Cash
2006 Helen Mirren The Queen Queen Elizabeth II
2007 Marion Cotillard La Vie en Rose (La môme) Edith Piaf
2008 Sally Hawkins Happy-Go-Lucky Pauline "Poppy" Cross
2009 Meryl Streep Julie and Julia Julia Child

2010s

Year Winner Film Role
2010 Natalie Portman Black Swan Nina Sayers/The Swan Queen
2011 Michelle Williams My Week with Marilyn Marilyn Monroe
2012 Emmanuelle Riva Amour Anna

References

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