Best Historical Film of 2003

Nominees for the Fourth Annual Cosmique Movie Awards

 

Awarded to the 2003 film deemed by Cosmo voters to have best covered a historical person, event, or era. Voters will need to decide for themselves how expansive or narrow they wish to define this category. It clearly includes the film representation of a specific historic event, including the portrayal of historic people, even if some liberties are taken with historical accuracy for plot reasons. The category may also include fictional characters set against the backdrop of a historical event, or films that include historical figures set in a completely fictional setting. And finally, for some voters it could include completely fictional characters involved in completely fictional events, so long as those characters are set in a recognizable historic setting where the setting or the issues of the time play an important role in the film.

Winner

Cold Mountain

Additional Nominees

Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Seabiscuit
           
Shattered Glass
Wonderland

 

Also Considered: Die, Mommie, Die; Girl With the Pearl Earring; Gloomy Sunday; Gods and Generals; Holes; The Last Samurai; Luther; The Magdalene Sisters; Mona Lisa Smile; Nowhere in Africa; Party Monster; Secondhand Lions; Sylvia; The Trials of Henry Kissinger; and Veronica Guerin



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