Most Significant Exploration of Spiritual Issues - MillionsYou can see the other nominees, read about the voting procedure from the official page.
Best Narrative Film - Millions
Best Documentary - Born Into Brothels
Best Actor - Capote, Phillip Seymour Hoffman
Best Actress - Walk The Line, Reese Witherspoon
Best Child Actor/Actress - Millions, Alexander Nathan Etel
Best Supporting Actor - Cinderella Man, Paul Giamatti
Best Supporting Actress - A History of Violence, Maria Bello
Best Ensemble Cast - A History of Violence
Best Original Screenplay - Millions (tie)
Best Adapted Screenplay - Munich
Best Cinematography - March of the Penguins
Best Director - David Cronenberg, A History of Violence
Best Original Score - Munich, John Williams
Best Film For the Whole Family - Millions
Personally I'm a bit disappointed. I wasn't impressed by Millions, which won 8 awards. I just don't see what the other critics see in it. The only thing I can think is that it's just one of those films which works better on the other side of the Atlantic (which is strange as it's a British made film). The other major disappointments for me were that Sin City (my review) didn't win best cinematography (or even come close), and that Dear Wendy (my review) lost out to Munich for best score. But you have to take the rough with the smooth with all these things. Last year I was really pleased that Dogville (my review) won the "most spiritual" award ahead of The Passion of the Christ (even though for most years I would have been please for The Passion to win). What's more, it's a tremendous privilege working with these guys.
The final list also leaves me kicking myself that I didn't see A History of Violence, and that I never got the chance to see Born into Brothels, and hotly anticipating Capote. I've always appreciated Philip Seymour Hoffman's work, and I really hope he finally gets the Oscar he deserves next month.