2003 Various Guild nominees (Actors, Producers, Cinematographers, Art Directors)

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    Updated with the Costume Designers Guild Awards.
    Winners are in bold
    These are in order of when the winners were announced.
    Good links to have:
    Alex Fung's Film page at
    http://www.ncf.carleton.ca/~aw220/ and
    http://www.oscarwatch.com
    2003 Guild Awards:
    AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS (winner listed)
    ART DIRECTORS GUILD (winners listed)
    AMERICAN CINEMA EDITORS (winners listed)
    DIRECTORS GUILD (winner listed)
    PRODUCERS GUILD (winner listed)
    WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA (winners listed)
    CINEMA AUDIO SOCIETY (winner listed)
    SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (winners listed)
    HOLLYWOOD MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLIST GUILD (winners listed)
    COSTUME DESIGNERS GUILD (winners listed)
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    AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS
    Winner:
    Conrad Hall - Road to Perdition
    Other nominees:
    Michael Ballhaus, ASC ("Gangs of New York")
    Pawel Edelman ("The Pianist")
    Ed Lachman, ASC ("Far From Heaven")
    Rodrigo Prieto, ASC ("Frida")
    (Last year's winner: Roger Deakins, The Man Who Wasn't There (USA Films))
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    ART DIRECTORS GUILD
    Category I - Period or Fantasy Films
    Winner:
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Grant Major
    Other nominees:
    Chicago - John Myhre
    Gangs of New York - Dante Ferretti
    Minority Report - Alex McDowell
    Road to Perdition - Dennis Gassner
    (Last year's winner: Moulin Rouge (Fox), Catherine Martin, production designer)
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    Category II - Contemporary Films
    Winner:
    Catch Me if You Can - Jeannine Oppewall
    Other nominees:
    The Bourne Identity - Dan Weil
    The Hours - Maria Djurkovic
    One Hour Photo - Tom Foden
    Panic Room - Arthur Max
    (Last year's winner: Amélie (Miramax), Aline Bonetto, production designer)
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    AMERICAN CINEMA EDITORS
    Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic)
    Winner:
    Gangs of New York - Thelma Schoonmaker
    Other nominees:
    About Schmidt - Kevin Tent
    The Hours - Peter Boyle
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - D. Michael Horton
    Minority Report - Michael Kahn
    (Last year's winner: Black Hawk Down (Columbia), Pietro Scalia)
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    Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical)
    Winner:
    Chicago - Martin Walsh
    Other nominees:
    About a Boy - Nick Moore
    Adaptation - Eric Zumbrunnen
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding - Mia Goldman
    Punch-Drunk Love - Leslie Jones
    (Last year's winner: Moulin Rouge (Fox), Jill Bilcock)
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    Best Edited Documentary
    Winner:
    Bowling for Columbine - Kurt Engfehr
    Other nominees:
    The Kid Stays in the Picture - Jun Diaz
    Sounds of Memphis - Allan Holzman, A.C.E.
    (Last year's winner: New York: A Documentary Film - Episode 7 "The City And The World (1945-2000)" (Steeplechase), Juliana Parroni)
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    DIRECTORS GUILD
    Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film
    Winner:
    Rob Marshall - Chicago
    Other nominees:
    Stephen Daldry - The Hours
    Peter Jackson - The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    Roman Polanski - The Pianist
    Martin Scorsese - Gangs of New York
    (Last year's winner: Ron Howard, A Beautiful Mind (Universal))
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    PRODUCERS GUILD
    Darryl F. Zanuck Producer of the Year Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures
    Winner:
    Chicago (Miramax)
    Other nominees:
    Adaptation (Colombia/Sony Pictures Ent.)
    Gangs of New York (Miramax)
    My Big, Fat, Greek Wedding (IFC Films)
    Road to Perdition (20th Century Fox/Dreamworks)
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (New Line Cinema)
    (Last year's winner: Moulin Rouge (Fox), Produced by Martin Brown, Baz Luhrmann and Fred Baron)
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    WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA (winners announced March 8th, 2003)
    Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen
    Winner:
    Bowling for Columbine, Written by Michael Moore
    Other nominees:
    Antwone Fisher, Written by Antwone Fisher
    Far From Heaven, Written by Todd Haynes
    Gangs of New York, Written by Jay Cocks, Steven Zaillian & Kenneth Lonergan
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Written by Nia Vardalos
    (Last year's winner: Gosford Park (USA Films), Written by Julian Fellowes)
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    Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published
    Winner:
    The Hours, Adapted by David Hare
    Other nominees:
    About a Boy, Adapted by Peter Hedges & Chris Weitz & Paul Weitz
    About Schmidt, Adapted by Alexander Payne & Jim Taylor
    Adaptation, Adapted by Charlie Kaufman & Donald Kaufman
    Chicago, Adapted by Bill Condon
    (Last year's winner: A Beautiful Mind (Universal), Written by Akiva Goldsman, based on the book by Sylvia Nasar)
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    CINEMA AUDIO SOCIETY (winner announced March 8, 2003)
    Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Feature
    Winner:
    Road To Perdition
    Other nominees:
    Catch Me If You Can
    Chicago
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
    Spider-Man
    (Last year's winner: The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring (New Line))
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    SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (winners announced March 9, 2003)
    Theatrical Motion Pictures
    For Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
    Winner:
    Daniel Day-Lewis - Gangs of New York
    Other nominees:
    Adrien Brody - The Pianist
    Nicolas Cage - Adaptation
    Richard Gere - Chicago
    Jack Nicholson - About Schmidt
    (Last year's winner: Russell Crowe, A Beautiful Mind - John Nash (Universal Pictures))
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    For Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
    Winner:
    Renee Zellweger - Chicago
    Other nominees:
    Salma Hayek - Frida
    Nicole Kidman - The Hours
    Diane Lane - Unfaithful
    Julianne Moore - Far From Heaven
    (Last year's winner: Halle Berry, Monster's Ball - Leticia Musgrove (Lions Gate Films))
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    For Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role
    Winner:
    Christopher Walken - Catch Me If You Can
    Other nominees:
    Chris Cooper - Adaptation
    Ed Harris - The Hours
    Alfred Molina - Frida
    Dennis Quaid - Far From Heaven
    (Last year's winner: Ian McKellen, The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring - Gandalf (New Line Cinema))
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    For Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
    Winner:
    Catherine Zeta-Jones - Chicago
    Other nominees:
    Kathy Bates - About Schmidt
    Julianne Moore - The Hours
    Michelle Pfeiffer - White Oleander
    Queen Latifah - Chicago
    (Last year's winner: Helen Mirren, Gosford Park - Mrs. Wilson (USA Films))
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    For Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture
    Winner:
    Chicago
    Other nominees:
    Adaptation
    The Hours
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding
    (Last year's winner: Gosford Park (USA Films))
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    HOLLYWOOD MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLIST GUILD
    Best Contemporary Makeup - Feature
    Winner:
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding - Ann Brodie
    Other nominees:
    8 Mile
    Spider-Man
    (Last year's winner: Mulholland Dr. (Universal Focus), Julie Pearce, Randy Westgate, Selina Jayne)
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    Best Period Makeup - Feature
    Winner:
    Chicago - Samuel Jordan, Patricia Keighran, Edelgard Pfuegl
    Other nominees:
    Road to Perdition
    Frida
    (Last year's winner: Moulin Rouge (Fox), Maurizio Silvi, Vincenzo Mastrantonio, Lesley Vanderwalt)
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    Best Character Makeup - Feature
    Winner:
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Peter King, Peter Owen
    Other nominees:
    Master of Disguise
    Red Dragon
    (Last year's winner: The Royal Tenenbaums (Buena Vista), Naomi Donne, Kate Biscoe)
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    Best Special Effects Makeup - Feature
    Winner:
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Gino Acevedo, Jason Docerty, Richard Taylor
    Other nominees:
    Frida
    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    (Last year's winner: Planet Of The Apes (Fox), Rick Baker, Kazuhiro Tsuji, Toni G.)
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    Best Contemporary Hair Styling - Feature
    Winner:
    Sorority Boys - Donna Gilbert, Joanne Harris
    Other nominees:
    Die Another Day
    Sweet Home Alabama
    (Last year's winner: Legally Blonde (MGM), Joy Zapata, Linda Arnold)
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    Best Period Hair Styling - Feature
    Winner:
    Gangs of New York - Aldo Signoretti
    Other nominees:
    Austin Powers in Goldmember
    Frida
    (Last year's winner: Moulin Rouge (Fox), Aldo Signoretti, Ferdinando Merolla, Giorgio Gregorini)
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    Best Character Hair Styling - Feature
    Winner:
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Peter Owen, Peter King
    Other nominees:
    Austin Powers in Goldmember
    Frida
    (Last year's winner: A.I. Artificial Intelligence (DreamWorks), Candace Neal, Karen Myers, Terry Baliel)
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    COSTUME DESIGNERS GUILD
    Best Achievement In Contemporary Costume Design
    Winner:
    About Schmidt - Wendy Chuck
    Other nominees:
    About a Boy - Joanna Johnston
    Igby Goes Down - Sarah Edwards
    Unfaithful - Ellen Mirojnick
    White Oleander - Susie DeSanto
    (Last year's winner: Karen Patch, The Royal Tenenbaums (Touchstone))
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    Best Achievement In Period/Fantasy Costume Design
    Winner:
    Chicago - Colleen Atwood
    Other nominees:
    Frida - Julie Weiss
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Ngila Dickson
    Road to Perdition - Albert Wolsky
    (Last year's winner: Judianna Makovsky, Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone (Warner Bros.))
     
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    AFI Awards Won't Be Televised
    LOS ANGELES (AP) - The American Film Institute ( news - web sites) Awards, which suffered from low TV ratings and the absence of many celebrity winners during its inaugural show, won't have its second ceremony televised.
    This year's winners will be announced Dec. 16, with a luncheon planned for honorees on Jan. 16.
    AFI, best known for its lists ranking all-time top American films or screen stars, also plans to revamp the honors to recognize top 10 lists of movies, television shows and "moments" that had significance over the past year.
    AFI President Jean Picker Firstenberg said in a written statement Tuesday she expects the ceremony to continue evolving in coming years.
    Nominees will be chosen by two 13-member committees — one each for movies and television. Deadline for television submissions is Nov. 8 and Dec. 2 for motion pictures.
    Last year's experimental AFI Awards broadcast included nominees in 12 movie categories, including acting, directing and writing honors, and seven television categories, mostly distributed to actors.
    Among the no-shows winners were Denzel Washington, Robert Altman, Gene Hackman, Jennifer Connelly and James Gandolfini.
    The live CBS telecast on Jan. 5 drew only 3.9 million households, according to Nielsen Media Research. By contrast, the last Golden Globe Awards ( news - web sites) were seen in 15.7 million homes.
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    Too bad. Last year they chose LOTR:FOTR as Movie of the Year and I missed it [​IMG] .
     
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    The problem with the inaugural show was that they tried to stretch a 60-minute material into a bloated 2-hour production. It wasn't fun at all. Oh well, maybe all for the better.

    ~Edwin
     
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    In addition, at this time IMO, an AFI award has zero weight in regard to prestige.
    That may change in time, but I would say currently it's about on par with an MTV movie award or even a People's Choice award.[​IMG]
     
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    Gee, Tino...haven't we had this AFI Awards debate before [​IMG]
     
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    I really don't know how and if the AFI Awards show strategy and format would have worked anyway. Now bear with me for a minute as I am working strictly from memory and the fine details may not be correct as I remember them.

    They basically had 10 films to profile leading up to their main pick. With a 2-hour show, each film had about 10 minutes to itself. The AFI wanted to be the very first film awards show of the year. So they televise it during the first week in January.

    Well, the problem with this is some of the films being profiled have not been widely released. Individuals from the selecting committee would come on and make comments about the acting performances, the story and its technical elements. At one point, they even showed key scenes from certain films I haven't seen that I had to walk away from the TV or turn it off for a few minutes.

    I thought this was the show's biggest problem. At least with the Oscars held much later, the viewing public has seen the films in question and very little is spoiled. And as such, the interest is there to actually watch it ( the Awards show).

    ~Edwin
     
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    Do people here really consider an AFI award to mean much?[​IMG]
    That's not a knock towards the AFI, but just my personal observation. Like I said, perhaps in the future it will hold more prestige, but right now, I rank it as just another meaningless award. I would rank The Golden Globes, The National Society Of Film Critics, The National Board Of Review, The various Big City Critics awards all higher.
    FWIW, I believe that there is only ONE award that really matters, the Oscar.
    Oops....lookout....here come the Oscar bashers![​IMG]
     
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    I would have to agree with Tino that as far as prestige, the AFI Awards does not hold that much weight both by the general viewing public and industry people. Now, the AFI organization itself does some very good work but its annual film awards show is still in its infancy to carry any prestige.

    In addition, they need to stop doing this annual 100 Best of list lest they risk having their name diluted.

    ~Edwin
     
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    I agree with Seth that AFI has the best awards concept.

    As for the show, I liked it alot; it was nice to see a serious awards show for movies. The only problem I had with it was the TV portion.

    ~T
     
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    I know Edwin, that's why I mentioned FEB at the "perfect" spot.
    I would love to see it get even closer to JAN 1 to be honest, exactly to stop or alter that platform release pattern. At least get the films to theaters in the qualifying year. That really bugs me to be honest, partly for the reasons you mentioned with the AFIs even (spoilers, no opinion because you haven't seen half the films yet, etc).
    I also wondered just a bit if the move up put an extra squeeze on the AFIs. Everybody else is going to have to adjust at least a little bit.
    BTW, I had a little formula for Best Pix winner that included the guild noms, winners, globes nom/winners, etc. It seems like it picked FOTR last year by an inch, but it might have been the opposite (ABM by an inch). Anyway, I hope to tweek it with last years results and see if it can predict correctly this year.
    PS - finally just saw that Chicago trailer. Looks like it could be a runner, though it seems that I recall some early viewers saying it wasn't so strong after all. Whatever, I'm still interested at this point. [​IMG]
     
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    I dug up the formula and I was wrong. It did pick Beautiful Mind to win just slightly over FOTR with MR coming in a not far off third.

    So I will be trying it again once we get the Guild noms and wins, along with the Oscar noms.
     
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    The Art Directors Guild noms are in:

    Category I - Period or Fantasy Films nominees:

    Chicago
    Gangs of New York
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
    Minority Report
    Road to Perdition

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    Category II - Contemporary Films nominees:

    The Bourne Identity
    Catch Me if You Can
    The Hours
    One Hour Photo
    Panic Room
     
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    A great place to find past Guild nominess and winners
    Fennec site
     
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    Thanks Seth, I've also just discovered and have been looking at Sijmen's Oscar Experiment. All 3 sites (including Alex Fung) are interesting. I'd never much strayed beyond Alex's site before, so it nice to find these other two.
    (I updated the dates and changed categories around to reflect the awards date)
     
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    Here are the Producers Guild nominees:

    Adaptation (Sony)
    Chicago (Miramax)
    Gangs of New York (Miramax)
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding (IFC Films)
    Road to Perdition (Dreamworks)
    Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (New Line)


    ~Edwin
     

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