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2005 Hollywood Industry Guild Awards

Winners posted:

American Cinema Editors (ACE, The Eddies)
American Society Of Cinematographers (ASC)
Art Directors Guild (ADG)
Cinema Audio Society (CAS)
Costume Designers Guild (CDG)
Directors Guild (DGA)
Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE, Golden Reels)
Producers Guild (PGA)
Screen Actors Guild (SAG)
Visual Effects Society (VES)
Writers Guild Of America (WGA)


Nominations posted:

Nomination announcement schedule (by date):

Unknown Hollywood Makeup And Hair Stylist Guild



Winner announcement schedule (by date):

Unknown Hollywood Makeup And Hair Stylist Guild



Helpful links:
OscarWatch (careful though, hoax nominees get posted sometimes)
Awards Avenue
Movie City News: Oscar City Center
Sijmen's Oscar Experiment
My 2004 thread
My 2003 thread
My 2002 thread




Guild listings are alphabetical with nominated movie titles in teal (prior to winner being announced).


AMERICAN CINEMA EDITORS
(ACE, the Eddies)
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS (ASC)
ART DIRECTORS GUILD (ADG)
CINEMA AUDIO SOCIETY (CAS)
COSTUME DESIGNERS GUILD (CDG)
DIRECTORS GUILD (DGA)
HOLLYWOOD MAKEUP AND HAIR STYLIST GUILD
MOTION PICTURE SOUND EDITORS (MPSE, Golden Reels)
PRODUCERS GUILD (PGA)
SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (SAG)
VISUAL EFFECTS SOCIETY (VES)
WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA (WGA)


Current year winners will be in large, bold and red.

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AMERICAN CINEMA EDITORS (ACE, the Eddies)
(nominations announced January 14, 2005, winners announced February 20, 2005)
American Cinema Editors web site


Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic)

Winner:

Thelma Schoonmaker
The Aviator


Other nominees:
Collateral - Jim Miller & Paul Rubell
Finding Neverland - Matt Chesse
Kill Bill Vol. 2 - Sally Menke
Kinsey - Virginia Katz
Million Dollar Baby - Joel Cox

2004 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Jamie Selkirk
2003 winner: Gangs of New York - Thelma Schoonmaker
2002 winner: Black Hawk Down - Pietro Scalia


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Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical)


Winner:

Paul Hirsch
Ray


Other nominees:
De-Lovely - Julie Monroe
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - Valdís Óskarsdóttir
The Incredibles -Stephen Schaffer
Sideways - Kevin Tent

2004 winner: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl - Craig Wood & Stephen Rivkin & Arthur Schmidt
2003 winner: Chicago - Martin Walsh
2002 winner: Moulin Rouge - Jill Bilcock


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Best Edited Documentary


Winner:

Paul Crowder
Riding Giants


Other nominees:
Fahrenheit 9/11 - Kurt Engfehr, T. Woody Richman and Chris Seward
My Architect - Sabine Krayenbühl

2004 winner: Spellbound - Yana Gorskaya)
2003 winner: Bowling for Columbine - Kurt Engfehr
2002 winner: New York: A Documentary Film - Episode 7 "The City And The World (1945-2000)" - Juliana Parroni (not listed at IMDB for this movie)



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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CINEMATOGRAPHERS (ASC)
(nominations announced January 12, 2005, winner announced February 13, 2005)
American Society of Cinematographers web site


Winner:

A Very Long Engagement
Bruno Delbonnel


Other nominees:
The Aviator - Robert Richardson
Collateral - Dion Beebe, Paul Cameron
The Passion of the Christ - Caleb Deschanel
Ray - Pawel Edelman

2004 winner: Seabiscuit - John Schwartzman, ASC
2003 Winner: Road to Perdition - Conrad Hall
2002 Winner: The Man Who Wasn't There - Roger Deakins



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ART DIRECTORS GUILD (ADG)
(nominations announced January 13, 2005, winners announced February 12, 2005)
Art Directors Guild web site


Category I - Period or Fantasy Films

Winner:

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Production Designer: Rick Heinrichs


Other nominees:
The Aviator - Production Designer: Dante Ferretti
Finding Neverland - Production Designer: Gemma Jackson
The Incredibles - Production Designer: Lou Romano
The Phantom of the Opera - Production Designer: Anthony Pratt

2004 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Production Designer: Grant Major
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Production Designer: Grant Major
2002 winner: Moulin Rouge - Production Designer: Catherine Martin


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Category II - Contemporary Films

Winner:

The Terminal
Production Designer: Alex McDowell


Other nominees:
Collateral - Production Designer: David Wasco
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - Production Designer: Dan Leigh
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou - Production Designer: Mark Friedberg
Million Dollar Baby - Production Designer: Henry Bumstead

2004 winner: Mystic River - Production Designer: Henry Bumstead
2003 winner: Catch Me if You Can - Production Designer: Jeannine Oppewall
2002 winner: Amélie - Production Designer: Aline Bonetto



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CINEMA AUDIO SOCIETY (CAS)
(nominations announced January 20, 2005, winner announced February 19, 2005)
Cinema Audio Society web site


Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Feature

Winner:

The Aviator
Petur Hliddal — Production Mixer
Tom Fleischman, C.A.S. — Re-recording Mixer


Other nominees:
The Bourne Supremacy
Finding Neverland
Ray
Spider-Man 2

2004 winner: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
2003 winner: Road To Perdition
2002 winner: The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring


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COSTUME DESIGNERS GUILD (CDG)
(nominations announced January 3, 2004, winners announced February 19, 2005)
Costume Designers Guild web site


Best Achievement In Contemporary Costume Design

Winner:

The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou
Milena Canonero


Other nominees:
Ocean's Twelve - Milena Canonero
Alfie - Beatrix Aruna Pasztor
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - Melissa Toth
Kill Bill Vol. 2 - Kumiko Ogawa and Catherine Marie Thomas

2004 winner: A Mighty Wind - Durinda Wood
2003 winner: About Schmidt - Wendy Chuck
2002 winner: The Royal Tenenbaums - Karen Patch


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Best Achievement In Period/Fantasy Costume Design

Winner:

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Colleen Atwood and Donna O'Neal


Other nominees:
The Aviator - Sandy Powell
De-Lovely - Janty Yates
The Phantom of the Opera - Alexandra Byrne
Ray - Sharen Davis

2004 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Ngila Dickson
2003 winner: Chicago - Colleen Atwood
2002 winner: Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone - Judianna Makovsky



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DIRECTORS GUILD (DGA)
(nominations announced January 6, 2005, winner announced January 29, 2005)
Directors Guild web site


Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film

Winner:

Clint Eastwood
Million Dollar Baby


Other nominees:
Marc Forster - Finding Neverland
Taylor Hackford - Ray
Alexander Payne - Sideways
Martin Scorcese - The Aviator

2004 winner: Peter Jackson - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
2003 winner: Rob Marshall - Chicago
2002 winner: Ron Howard - A Beautiful Mind


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Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary

Winner:

Byambasuren Davaa & Luigi Falorni
The Story of the Weeping Camel


Other nominees:
Zana Briski & Ross Kauffman - Born Into Brothels
Ross McElwee - Bright Leaves
Michael Moore - Fahrenheit 9/11
Jehane Noujaim - Control Room

2004 winner: - My Architect Nathaniel Kahn
2003 winner: - The Smith Family Tasha Oldham
2002 winner: Chris Hegedus & Jehane Noujaim - Startup.com



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HOLLYWOOD MAKEUP AND HAIR STYLIST GUILD
(nominations announced ...unknown, winners announced ...unknown)
Makeup and Hair Stylist Guild Local 706 I.A.T.S.E. web site
The Makeup Gallery
(that's not an official web site, but it's a top-notch site for Makeup and Hair awards info)


Best Contemporary Makeup - Feature Film

Winner:
Nominees:





2004 winner: Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle - Kimberly Green, Erin Ayanian, Robin Fredriksz
2003 winner: My Big Fat Greek Wedding - Ann Brodie
2002 winner: Mulholland Drive - Julie Pearce, Randy Westgate, Selina Jayne


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Best Period Makeup - Feature Film

Winner:
Nominees:





2004 winner: Pirates Of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl - Ve Neill, Joel Harlow
2003 winner: Chicago - Samuel Jordan, Patricia Keighran, Edelgard Pfuegl
2002 winner: Moulin Rouge - Maurizio Silvi, Vincenzo Mastrantonio, Lesley Vanderwalt


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Best Character Makeup - Feature Film

Winner:
Nominees:





2004 winner: The Lord Of the Rings: The Return of the King - Peter King, Peter Owen
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Peter King, Peter Owen
2002 winner: The Royal Tenenbaums - Naomi Donne, Kate Biscoe


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Best Special Effects Makeup - Feature Film

Winner:
Nominees:





2004 winner: The Lord Of the Rings: The Return of the King - Richard Taylor, Gino Acevedo, Jason Docherty
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Gino Acevedo, Jason Docerty, Richard Taylor
2002 winner: Planet Of The Apes - Rick Baker, Kazuhiro Tsuji, Toni G.


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Best Contemporary Hair Styling - Feature

Winner:
Nominees:





2004 winner: Legally Blonde: Red, White and Blonde - Toni Ann Walker, Steve Robinette, Edward Morrison
2003 winner: Sorority Boys - Donna Gilbert, Joanne Harris
2002 winner: Legally Blonde - Joy Zapata, Linda Arnold


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Best Period Hair Styling - Feature

Winner:
Nominees:





2004 winner: The Last Samurai - Janice Alexander, Terry Baleil, Karen Myers
2003 winner: Gangs of New York - Aldo Signoretti
2002 winner: Moulin Rouge - Aldo Signoretti, Ferdinando Merolla, Giorgio Gregorini


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Best Character Hair Styling - Feature

Winner:
Nominees:





2004 winner: Pirates Of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl - Martin Samuel, Lucia Mace
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Peter Owen, Peter King
2002 winner: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - Candace Neal, Karen Myers, Terry Baliel



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MOTION PICTURE SOUND EDITORS (MPSE, Golden Reels)
(nominations announced January 24, winners announced February 26, 2005)
Motion Picture Sound Editors web site


Best Sound Editing In Feature Film: Sound Effects and Foley

Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic)

Winner:

The Aviator
Supervising Sound Editors: Eugene Gearty, Philip Stockton, MPSE
Supervising Foley Editor: Frank Kern
Sound Effects Editor: Wyatt Sprague
Foley Editors: Kam Chan, Steve Visscher, Jacob Ribicoff


Other nominees:
The Bourne Supremacy
Collateral
The Day After Tomorrow
I, Robot
Kill Bill: Vol. 2
Million Dollar Baby
Spider-Man 2

Note: In 2004 this category was called Best Sound Editing in Domestic Features: Sound Effects/Foley
2004 winner: Master & Commander: The Far Side of the World
2003 winner: Road to Perdition
2002 winner: Black Hawk Down


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Best Sound Editing In Feature Film: Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement

Winner:

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Supervising Sound Editor: Philip Stockton, MPSE
Sound Designer: Eugene Gearty
Supervising Dialogue Editor: Philip Stockton, MPSE
Supervising ADR Editor: Marissa Littlefield
Dialogue Editor: Fred Rosenberg
ADR Editor: Hal Levinsohn, MPSE


Other nominees:
The Aviator
The Bourne Supremacy
Collateral
Kill Bill: Vol. 2
The Passion of the Christ
Ray
The Terminal

Note: In 2004 this category was called Best Sound Editing in Domestic Features: Dialogue/ADR
2004 winner: Pirates Of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
2003 winner: Gangs of New York
2002 winner: Black Hawk Down


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Best Sound Editing In Feature Film: Music

Winner:

The Passion of the Christ
Supervising Music Editor: Michael T. Ryan, MPSE


Other nominees:
50 First Dates
The Aviator
Hidalgo
Kill Bill: Vol. 2
The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou
Ned Kelly
The Village

Note: In 2004 this category was called Best Sound Editing in a Feature: Music, Feature Film
2004 winner: Cold Mountain
2003 winner: The Mothman Prophecies
2002 winner: Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring


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Best Sound Editing In Feature Film: Musical

Winner:

Ray
Music Editor: Curt Sobel


Other nominees:
Beyond the Sea
De-Lovely
The Phantom of the Opera
Raise Your Voice
Shall We Dance? (a musical?)

Note: In 2004 this category was called Best Sound Editing in a Feature: Music, Musical
2004 winner: A Mighty Wind
2003 winner: Chicago
2002 winner: Moulin Rouge


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Best Sound Editing In Feature Film: Foreign (sound effects/foley & dialogue/ADR)

Winner:

House of Flying Daggers
Supervising Sound Editors: Roger Savage, Tao Jing, MPSE
Supervising Foley Editor: Jo Mion
Supervising ADR Editor: Wang Yu Hong
Sound Editors: Steve Burgess, Vic Kaspar, MPSE, Ron Feruglio, Paul Pirola, Andrew Neil, Glenn Newnham
Foley Editors: Mario Vaccaro, Blair Slater


Other nominees:
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Hero
King Arthur
Nicotina
Touching the Void
Troy
A Very Long Engagement

Note: In 2004 this category was called Best Sound Editing in Foreign Features
2004 winner: City Of God
2003 winner: Winged Migration
2002 winner: Amélie
(Interesting note: In 2002, Fellowship of the Ring and Moulin Rouge were nominated in this category)


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Best Sound Editing In Feature Film: Animated (sound effects/foley, dialogue/ADR & music editing)

Winner:

The Incredibles
Supervising Sound Editor: Michael Silvers, Randy Thom
Supervising Foley Editor: Suzanne Fox
Sound Effects Editors: Terry Eckton, MPSE, Kyrsten Mate, E. J. Holowicki
ADR Editor: Steve Slanec
Foley Editor: Al Nelson
Music Editor: Stephen M. David


Other nominees:
Kaena: The Prophecy
The Polar Express
Shark Tale
Shrek 2
Team America: World Police

Note: In 2004 this category was called Best Sound Editing in Feature Film: Animated - Sound
2004 winner: The Triplets Of Belleville
2003 winner: Treasure Planet
2002 winner: Atlantis: The Lost Empire


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Best Sound Editing In Animated Features: Music

No nominations for this category, if it still exists, were listed at the MPSE web site

2004 winner: Finding Nemo
2003 winner: Lilo and Stitch
2002 winner: Shrek

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Best Sound Editing In Special Venue Film

No nominations for this category, if it still exists, were listed at the MPSE web site

2004 winner: Top Speed
2003 winner: Santa vs. the Snowman 3D
2002 winner: The Human Body



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PRODUCERS GUILD (PGA)
(nominations announced January 5, 2005, winner announced January 22, 2005)
Producers Guild web site


Darryl F. Zanuck Producer of the Year Award
in Theatrical Motion Pictures


Winner:

The Aviator (Miramax)

Other nominees:
Finding Neverland (Miramax)
The Incredibles (Walt Disney Pictures)
Million Dollar Baby (Warner Bros.)
Sideways (Fox Searchlight Pictures)



2004 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (New Line Cinema)
2003 winner: Chicago (Miramax)
2002 winner: Moulin Rouge (Fox)


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SCREEN ACTORS GUILD (SAG)
(nominations announced January 11, winners announced February 5, 2005)
Screen Actors Guild web site


Theatrical Motion Pictures

For Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

Winner:

Jamie Foxx
Ray


Other nominees:
Don Cheadle - Hotel Rwanda
Johnny Depp - Finding Neverland
Leonardo DiCaprio - The Aviator
Paul Giamatti - Sideways

2004 winner: Johnny Depp - Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
2003 winner: Daniel Day-Lewis - Gangs of New York
2002 winner: Russell Crowe - A Beautiful Mind


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For Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

Winner:

Hilary Swank
Million Dollar Baby


Other nominees:
Annette Bening - Being Julia
Catalina Sandino Moreno - Maria Full of Grace
Imelda Staunton - Vera Drake
Kate Winslet - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

2004 winner: Charlize Theron - Monster
2003 winner: Renee Zellweger - Chicago
2002 winner: Halle Berry - Monster's Ball


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For Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role

Winner:

Morgan Freeman
Million Dollar Baby


Other nominees:
Thomas Haden Church - Sideways
Jamie Foxx - Collateral
James Garner - The Notebook
Freddie Highmore - Finding Neverland

2004 winner: Tim Robbins - Mystic River
2003 winner: Christopher Walken - Catch Me If You Can
2002 winner: Ian McKellen - The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring


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For Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role

Winner:

Cate Blanchett
The Aviator


Other nominees:
Cloris Leachman - Spanglish
Laura Linney - Kinsey
Virginia Madsen - Sideways
Sophie Okonedo - Hotel Rwanda

2004 winner: Renee Zellweger - Cold Mountain
2003 winner: Catherine Zeta-Jones - Chicago
2002 winner: Helen Mirren - Gosford Park


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For Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture

Winner:

Sideways

Other nominees:
The Aviator
Finding Neverland
Hotel Rwanda
Million Dollar Baby
Ray

2004 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
2003 winner: Chicago
2002 winner: Gosford Park



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VISUAL EFFECTS SOCIETY (VES)
(nominations announced January 10, 2005, winner announced February 16, 2005)
Visual Effects Society web site


Note: 2003 was their first annual awards ceremony.

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture

Winner:

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Roger Guyett, Tim Burke, Theresa Corrao, Emma Norton


Other nominees:
The Day After Tomorrow - Karen Goulekas, Mike Chambers, Greg Strause, Remo Balcells
Spider-Man 2 - John Dykstra, Lydia Bottegoni, Anthony LaMolinara, Scott Stokdyk

Note: Last year this category was called Outstanding Visual Effects in an Effects Driven Motion Picture
2004 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Jim Rygiel, Dean Wright, Joe Letteri, Randall William Cook
2003 winner: Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Jim Rygiel, Joe Letteri, Randall Cook, Alex Funke


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Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Motion Picture

Winner:

The Aviator
Rob Legato, Ron Ames, Matthew Gratzner, Pete Travers


Other nominees:
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - Louis Morin, Mark Dornfeld (uncredited at IMDB)
Troy - Nick Davies, Chas Jarrett, Jon Thum, Gary Brozenich

2004 winner: The Last Samurai - Jeffrey A. Okun, Thomas Boland, Bill Mesa, Ray McIntyre, Jr.
2003 winner: The Sum of All Fears - Glenn Neufeld, Derek Spears, Dan Malvin, Al Disarro


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Best Single Visual Effect of the Year

Winner:

The Day After Tomorrow - Tidal Wave
Karen Goulekas, Mike Chambers, Chris Horvath, Matthew Butler


Other nominees:
The Aviator - Hell's Angels - Rob Legato, Ron Ames, David Seager, Peter Travers
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - (no specific scene listed) - Bill George, David Andrews (uncredited on IMDB), Sandra Scott, Dorne Huebler (uncredited on IMDB)
Spider-Man 2 - Clock Tower - John Dykstra, Lydia Bottegoni, Dan Abrams, John Monos

Note: Last year this category was called Outstanding Single Visual Effect of the Year in any Medium
2004 winner: The Matrix Reloaded "Trailer Top Crash" - John Gaeta, Dan Glass, Adrian de Wett, Greg Juby
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Steve Ingram, Blair Foord, Rich Cordobes, Scott Harens


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Outstanding Performance by an Animated Character in a Live Action Motion Picture

Winner:

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Hippogriff Character
Michael Eames, David Lomax, Felix Balbas, Pablo Grillo


Other nominees:
Hellboy - Samael Character - Dovi Anderson, Todd Labonte, Sven Jensen, Paul Thuriot
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events - Sunny Character - Rick O'Connor, Martin Murphy, Indira Guerrieri, Sam Breach

Note: Last year this category was called Best Character Animation in a Live Action Motion Picture
2004 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Steven Hornby, Andy Serkis, Matthias Menz, Greg Butler
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Richard Baneham, Eric Saindon, Ken McGaugh, Bay Raitt


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Outstanding Character Animation in an Animated Motion Picture

Winner:

The Incredibles - Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible
Craig T. Nelson, Bill Wise, Bill Sheffler, Bolhem Bouchiba


Other nominees:
The Polar Express - Steamer - Michael Jeter, David Schaub, Renato Dos Anjos, Roger Vizard
Shark Tale - Angie - Renee Zellweger, Ken Duncan
Shrek 2 - Puss in Boots - Antonio Banderas, Raman Hui

Note: Last year this category was called Outstanding Character Animation in an Animated Motion Picture
2004 winner: Finding Nemo "Speaking Whale" - Andrew Gordon, Brett Coderre
2003 winner: Stuart Little 2 - Tony Bancroft, David Schaub, Eric Armstrong, Sean Mullen


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Outstanding Special Effects in Service to Visual Effects in a Motion Picture

Winner:

The Aviator
Robert Spurlock, Richard Stutsman, Matthew Gratzner, Roy Goode


Other nominees:
Spider-Man 2 - John Frazier, Jim Schwalm, Jim Nagle, Dave Amborn
Van Helsing - Geoff Heron, Chad Taylor

2004 winner: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl - Geoff Heron, Robert Clot, Jason Brackett, John McLeod
Note: This was not a category in 2003


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Outstanding Created Environment in a Live Action Motion Picture

Note: New category this year

Winner:

Spider-Man 2 - NYC Street - Night
Dan Abrams, David Emery, Andrew Nawrot, John Hart


Other nominees:
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason - (No specific scene listed) - Alex Hope, Jody Johnson, Pieter Warmington
I, Robot - (No specific scene listed) - Rachael Haupt, Mark Tait Lewis, Nick McKenzie, Geoff Tobin
The Phantom of the Opera - Opening Shot - Claas Henke, Laurent Ben-Mimoun, Anupam Das

New category


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Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Motion Picture

Winner:

The Aviator - XF11 Crash
Matthew Gratzner, Scott Schneider, Adam Gelbart, Leigh-Alexandra Jacob


Other nominees:
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - (no specific scene listed) - José Granell, Nigel Stone
National Treasure - Treasure Room - Matthew Gratzner, Forest Fischer, Scott Beverly, Leigh-Alexandra Jacob

2004 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Richard Taylor, Paul Van Ommen, Eric Saindon
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Richard Taylor, Paul Van Ommen, Matt Aitken


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Outstanding Compositing in a Motion Picture

Winner:

Spider-Man 2 - Train Sequence
Colin Drobnis, Greg Derochie, Blaine Kennison, Kenny Lam


Other nominees:
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Azkaban Guards Attack - Dorne Huebler, Jay Cooper, Patrick Brennan, Anthony Shafer
The Phantom of the Opera - Opening Shot - Claas Henke, Laurent Ben-Mimoun, Anupam Das

2004 winner: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World "Storm" - Philip R Brennan
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Mark Tait Lewis, G.G. Heitmann Demers, Alex Lemke, Alfred Mürrle


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Outstanding Performance by an Actor or Actress in a Visual Effects Film

Winner:

Alfred Molina - Spider-Man 2

Other nominees:
The Aviator - Leonardo DiCaprio
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow - Jude Law

Note: Last year this category was called Outstanding Performance by an Actor in an Effects Film
2004 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Sean Astin
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Andy Serkis, Elijah Wood, Sean Astin


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For reference, Awards given out previously where categories have been eliminated (I guess):

Outstanding Matte Painting in a Motion Picture
Note: This award is not being given out in 2005

2004 winner: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl - Yanick Dusseault, Susumu Yukuhiro, Jonathan Harb
2003 winner: Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones - Paul Huston, Yusei Uesugi, Jonathan Harb

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Outstanding Visual Effects Photography in a Motion Picture
Note: This award is not being given out in 2005

2004 winner: The Matrix Reloaded “U-Cap Facial Photography” - Kim Libreri, George Borshukov, Paul Ryan, John Gaeta
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Alex Funke, Brian Van't Hul, Richard Bluck

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Outstanding Effects Art Direction in a Motion Picture
Note: This award is not being given out in 2005

2004 winner: Award not given out in 2004
2003 winner: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Alan Lee, Jeremy Bennett, Christian Rivers, Gino Acevedo



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WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA (WGA)
(nominations announced January 13, 2005, winners announced February 19, 2005)
Writers Guild of America web site


Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen

Winner:

Charlie Kaufman - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Story by Charlie Kaufman & Michel Gondry & Pierre Bismuth


Other nominees:
John Logan - The Aviator
Zach Braff - Garden State
Keir Pearson & Terry George - Hotel Rwanda
Bill Condon - Kinsey

2004 winner: Lost In Translation - Written by Sofia Coppola
2003 winner: Bowling for Columbine - Written by Michael Moore
2002 winner: Gosford Park - Written by Julian Fellowes


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Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published

Winner:

Alexander Payne & Jim Taylor - Sideways
Based on the Novel by Rex Pickett


Other nominees:
Richard Linklater & Julie Delpy & Ethan Hawke - Before Sunset (Based on Characters Created by Richard Linklater & Kim Krizan)
Tina Fey - Mean Girls (Based on the Book "Queen Bees and Wannabes" by Rosalind Wiseman)
Paul Haggis - Million Dollar Baby (Based upon Stories from "Rope Burns" by F.X. Toole)
Jose Rivera - The Motorcycle Diaries (Based on the Books "Notas de Viaje" by Ernesto Guevara and "Con el Che por America Latina" by Alberto Granado)

2004 winner: American Splendor - Adapted by Robert Pulcini & Shari Springer Berman
2003 winner: The Hours - Adapted by David Hare
2002 winner: A Beautiful Mind - Adapted by Akiva Goldsman


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Documentary Screenplay Award

Winner:
Morgan Spurlock - Super Size Me

Other nominees:
No other nominees given

Note: New category in 2005








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Nick Sievers

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Nice to see you back, Vickie. Looking forward to this thread being updated. It is very useful to those who like keeping track of the award circuit.
 

Haggai

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Huzzah, the return of Vickie! Stick around, eh? Plenty of movie stuff to dish about, even without LOTR, right? :D
 

Seth Paxton

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Double wow.

Thought you were gone first of all.

Second of all, can you believe how close the Guilds are? It sure is great to have the Oscars moved back so that all of this starts to get going closer to the end of the year.

With the Guilds comes "Seth's Oscar formula", another holiday treat. :rolleyes
 

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So good to see you back, Vickie!! I hope this means you're going to defend your title as HTF's top Oscar prognosticator!! :D
 

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Thanks guys! I'm glad the list is useful to someone, and I'm happy to be back. I've been so busy with politics I haven't had a chance to do much of anything else. Now I have the Awards season to console me. I've been seeing movies, but not tracking them. I've kept all my ticket stubs though, so I just have to enter them into my Excel.

Seth, I always look forward to your Oscartalk. You are the best!

Wow, I'm HTF's top Oscar prognosticator?? I forgot about that. I think this will be the 2nd year in a row that I'll have seen all the movies before the noms come out (unless Door In The Floor is nominated, I missed that one), so at least I'll have a basis to guess. :D

I'll say right here and now that I fervently hope that Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is NOT forgotten. It's still my favorite film of the year. The only one coming up that might knock it off is The Life Aquatic.
 

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Welcome back Vickie, it's good to see you on the boards again.

Now that we're entering into awards season, I think two films will emerge as the "favorites" come Oscar nomination time. "The Aviator" (which some are already speculating will finally nab Martin Scorsese the Best Director Oscar) and "Million Dollar Baby" (which is being dubbed by critics that attended several screenings during the last two weeks as a masterpiece for director/star Clint Eastwood). "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Closer" are also expected to do very well when the nominations are announced in January.

I really hope films like "Sideways", 'Eternal Sunshine', "Spanglish", "The Life Aquatic" and "House of Flying Daggers" aren't overlooked. Still, it should be a very interesting time between now and the announcement of the Oscar nods.
 

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I'm predicting that "Phantom of the Opera" is going to be left out in the cold come awards time. Possibly a couple of technical awards like art direction and costume design but thats it.

Probably unlikely but I would like to see Before Sunset get a nod somewhere.
 

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Some big noms just a week away, and only 2 weeks or so before we get a really clear pictures of how both the Guilds are going to go as well as the Oscars.

I wonder if The Incredibles will have a shot at a PGA nomination.

M$B, Aviator for sure. Maybe Phantom. Sideways perhaps. I don't think Closer has a shot at a nom here.

DGA. Scorsese, Eastwood, Nichols seem certain. Payne as well. I think Gondry could slip in here as well.
 

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Producers Guild Nominees

The Aviator
Finding Neverland
The Incredibles
Million Dollar Baby
Sideways

~Edwin
 

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Thanks Edwin. Hokay, I finally got the right nominees up there. Some asswipe on the Oscarwatch forums posted a serious list of Producers Guild nominees (that is, not presented as a Predictions list or possibilities, but as an actual nominee list), which I copied here, then left my computer. I come back to find out that his list was a hoax. How embarrassing. I won't be relying on them for honest lists anymore. Or at least, I'll double-triple check them elsewhere first. Geez, if you can't trust a place called Oscarwatch...sigh.

Anyway, the Costume Guild nominees have finally been announced too. These Guilds annoy me. So many don't keep their web sites up-to-date (hello, it's 2005, not 1995), and many act as if their Guild Awards nominees and winners are a big honkin' secret. I imagine the Makeup and Hairstylist Guild will get around to annoucing their nominees sometime before the winners are to be announced January 15.

Seth, good for you for nailing that Incredibles PGA nom!
 

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Thanks Vickie. Of course the PGA likes to recognize quality films that perform, plus they don't have to frown upon the lack of live acting and cinematography (in a traditional sense) that the other guilds will look at.

Incredibles is a big hit, a very entertaining film, and were it not for the animated category it would be a serious Best Pix contender. Part of me still wonders if it could be, though the PGA nom actually almost hurts it since you can't expect a 1 for 1 match in noms with any of the guilds. The PGA is usually 3-4 of the 5 IIRC at best.

I wouldn't read anything into the PGA noms for the Oscars other than Phantom is really, really dead. Closer and Eternal Sunshine are smaller films and less of the PGA sort of material. I would say the same thing about Sideways, but any film that really dominates the mindset can push through, and small films that do great biz get PGA recognition.



I agree about the crappy Guild info. Sometimes you wonder if they realize this is the era of the internet. I mean this is your time to get some extra attention and you make your own website painfully out of date and hard to get info at.


I'm still pretty excited to see what the DGA and SAG come up with in the next few days. DGA is pretty big for Oscars which makes it intersting, and while SAG is all over the place at times the wide-open aspects of its noms make it interesting knowing anyone can sneak in.

BTW, if your favorite film doesn't get a DGA nom tomorrow you can stop rooting for it to win Best Pix. It doesn't happen.
 

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Directors Guild Nominees:

Clint Eastwood, Million Dollar Baby
Marc Forster, Finding Neverland
Taylor Hackford, Ray
Alexander Payne, Sideways
Martin Scorsese, The Aviator

Looks like the locks for BP Oscar nominees are: The Aviator, Sideways, Finding Neverland and Million Dollar Baby at this point.

~Edwin
 

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After the PG and DG nominations for Finding Neverland, it suddenly gets a big boost to what seems to be a film that was fading only a few weeks ago.

~Edwin
 

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I am shocked that they went with Hackford and his rather pedestrian effort with Ray over the more inspired work done by Gondry or Nichols.

Maybe if it was the GG or Oscars, but I can't believe the DGA saw it that way. Heck, I found Mann's direction of Collateral to be far more effective and artistic.


Yeah, Neverland is right there for the 4th spot, but with Closer and Eternal left begging by the PGA and DGA it makes the 5th spot look wide open to me.


It should be some race between the Scorsese and Eastwood for the DGA win.
 

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The Hackford nom is likely one of those "he's a great/strong member of the guild" noms.

The fact that they didn't nominate a favorite like Nichols says to me that Closer is out of the race anywhere. You're right - that 5th spot is up for grabs.
 

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The Visual Effects Society nominees came out today. In the category "Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven," The Day After Tomorrow, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and Spider-Man 2 are the nominees. There are lots of other categories, but I wouldn't be surprised to see those 3 names up for the Academy Award. I wish Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow was on that list.
 

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Yeah, it being left off in favor of Day After seems odd, though admittedly I haven't seen Day After yet. I like that they give out an award for acting in an effects film.

Here comes a nice flurry of noms this week. For the Oscars ignore all but ACE and WGA.

But the SAG list is always fun, though rather too forgiving IMO by letting in some questionable noms at times.
 

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