NEW YORK - – The Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association is the latest group to honor Peter Jackson (search), naming him the best director of 2003 and choosing "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" as the year's best film.
Jackson also has been nominated for Golden Globe and Directors Guild of America awards, and has received kudos from the Southeastern Film Critics Association.
In the supporting acting categories, the group honored Alec Baldwin for "The Cooler" and Renee Zellweger (search) for "Cold Mountain."
The rest of their top 10 list announced this week, in order: "Cold Mountain," "Mystic River," "Lost in Translation," "Finding Nemo," "American Splendor," "In America," "Big Fish," "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World" and "The Last Samurai."
The Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association is made up of 63 print and broadcast critics from across North Texas.