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    DVD Awards on FX

    Just a reminder for anyone who wants to see these awards on FX, the show is starting at 8pm (right now on the east coast!) I'll let some thoughts out later once this is over, maybe tomorrow around 1pm.
    Last edited by James Boba Fettfield; 12-09-2003 at 10:32 PM.
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    Well, I'm back early and that award show wasn't too great. Though not as bad as Spike Tv's video game awards, which was very bad.

    The categories were weird, and how they presented some things left me confused. Nothing too great, though the DVD commercial for Starship Troopers 2 made me a little happier.
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    I am glad that the Alien Quadrilogy won an award. But yeah, it was a pretty lame award show. I'll stick to the DVD sites awards, because they actually go into depth why they won.

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    Great, like we needed another awards show. Who votes on this stuff anyways? I agree with JJB that the DVD sites are the way to go if you're interested in really finding out what is award worthy.
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    I think my favorite part was watching the dvd commercials. Not much else was great about it. I did like seeing James Earl Jones talk, haven't seen him around much anymore.
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    I found the list of winners on HTF.com. So here you go.
    Yet another example of how DVD has changed the video industry is that it now even has a nationally broadcasted award show for DVDs - produced by non other than Dick Clark.

    The show was reasonably entertaining, including the dress made from DVDs that the host, Jenny McCarthy, wore at the opening of the show:


    (I believe she mentioned that her 'assets' where being covered appropriately by the 2-disc LOTR: Twin Towers)

    There were several 'special awards', the most notable was the Pioneer Award that was given to Michael Bay for his countless efforts in promoting and expanding DVD content.

    Here were the results of this year’s standard awards:

    Best Overall DVD, New Movie (including all extra features)
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Special Extended Edition (New Line/Warner)
    Michael Pellerin, David X. Rodriguez, Kevin Miller

    Best Overall DVD, Classic Movie (including all extra features)
    Alien Quadrilogy (Fox)
    Charles de Lauzirika

    Best Overall DVD, TV Program (including all extra features)
    The Dick Van Dyke Show—Season One (Image)
    Paul Brownstein

    Best Audio Commentary (new for DVD)
    Alien, from Alien Quadrilogy (Fox)
    Ridley Scott, Dan O'Bannon, Ronald Shusett, Terry Rawlings, Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton, John Hurt

    Best Behind-the-Scenes Program (new for DVD)
    West Side Story (MGM)
    West Side Memories (Michael Arick)

    Best New Movie Scenes (finished—edited into movie or stand-alone)
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Special Extended Edition (New Line/Warner)
    43 minutes of new and extended footage (Peter Jackson),

    Best Games and Interactivities
    Finding Nemo (Buena Vista)
    David Jessen, Bill Kinder

    Best Deleted Scenes, Outtakes and Bloopers
    Finding Nemo (Buena Vista)
    Andrew Stanton, Roger Gould, Bill Kinder

    Best Menu Design
    Finding Nemo (Buena Vista)
    Bill Kinder, David Jessen, John Ross

    The following awards were for 2003 DTV DVDs:

    Best Animated DVD Premiere Movie
    101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (Buena Vista)
    Carolyn Bates, Leslie Hough Best

    Live Action DVD Premiere Movie
    Interstate 60 (Screen Media/ Universal)
    Peter Bray, Neil Canton, Bob Gale

    Best Actor in a DVD Premiere Movie
    Finder's Fee (Lions Gate)
    James Earl Jones [as Avery Phillips]

    Best Actress in a DVD Premiere Movie
    The Sleeping Dictionary (New Line/Warner)
    Jessica Alba [as Selima]

    Best Supporting Actor in a DVD Premiere Movie
    The Sleeping Dictionary (New Line/Warner)
    Bob Hoskins [as Henry Bullard]

    Best Supporting Actress in a DVD Premiere Movie
    The Sleeping Dictionary (New Line/Warner)
    Brenda Blethyn [as Aggie]

    Best Animated Character Performance in a DVD Premiere Movie (voice/animator)
    101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (Buena Vista)
    Lars [voice Martin Short; Dan Root, character design supervisor]

    Best Original Song in a DVD Premiere Movie
    Run Ronnie Run! (New Line/Warner)
    "The Golden Rule Song" (performed by Jack Black with the Joey Cheesy Reunion Band; lyrics by Eban Schletter, David Cross, Bob Odenkirk, Scott Aukerman, B.J. Porter, Brian Posehn; music written and arranged by Eban Schletter)

    Best Director of a DVD Premiere Movie
    101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (Buena Vista)
    Jim Kammerud, Brian Smith

    Best Screenplay for a DVD Premiere Movie
    Interstate 60 (Screen Media/ Universal)
    Bob Gale

    Best Original Score in a DVD Premiere Movie
    101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (Buena Vista)
    Richard Gibbs

    Best Cinematography in a DVD Premiere Movie
    The Sleeping Dictionary (New Line/Warner)
    Martin Fuhrer

    Best Editing of a DVD Premiere Movie
    101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (Buena Vista)
    Robert S. Birchard

    Best Visual Effects in a DVD Premiere Movie
    Bionicle: Mask of Light—The Movie (LEGO/Miramax/ Buena Vista)
    Shui-Wen Tsai, Duane Loose
    MTFBWY and HH!!

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    Nice outfit!!
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