Welcome to the Movie Awards Redux Past Awards for 2000.
The following categories will have up to 7 nominees:
Best Picture Best Director Best Actor Best Actress Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Best Original Screenplay Best Adapted Screenplay
The following categories will have up to 5 nominees:
Best Ensemble Cast Best Cinematography Best Production Design Best Costume Design Best Makeup and Hair-styling Best Stunt, Fight and Dance Choreography Best Visual Effects Best Editing Best Sound Mixing Best Sound Editing Best Original Score Best Original Song
Please submit ranked ballots to me. You can submit ballots with less than the category's number or without certain categories other than the top 8.
The top 8 categories will be scored thus:
1. 5 points 2. 4 points 3. 3 points 4. 2 points 5. 1 point 6. 1 point 7. 1 point
You can submit just 5 if you'd like and your top choice will still get the full points. Less than 5 and it will count for fewer points.
The eligibility period will be for the first theatrical release in any country. Festival releases still don't count though. Look on IMDb for that information.
The voting period will be until December 16th at 11:59pm PST.
You can post any FYCs in this thread.
I think that 1999 will be the final year in this series. I want to get to that year as I know it has a lot of fan favorites. With this year being more sparse, I'm hoping we can get enough ballots.
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Finding Forrester - Picture, actor (Rob Brown) George Washington - Director, original screenplay, ensemble Hamlet - Picture, director, supporting actor (Bill Murray, Kyle MacLachlan), supporting actress (Diane Venora), ensemble production design Space Cowboys - Director, ensemble, original screenplay, visual effects Unbreakable - Picture, director, actor (Bruce Willis), original screenplay, cinematography, production design, sound, SCORE
Best Director Stephen Frears - "High Fidelity" Mary Harron - "American Psycho" Guy Ritchie - "Snatch"
Best Actor John Cusack - "High Fidelity" Colin Farrell - "Tigerland" Vincent D’onofrio – "Happy Accidents" William H. Macy - "Panic"
Best Actress Michelle Yeoh - "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" Gillian Anderson – "The House of Mirth" Tea Leoni – "The Family Man" Michelle Pfeiffer – "What Lies Beneath" Renee Zellweger - "Nurse Betty"
Best Supporting Actor Willem Dafoe - "Shadow of the Vampire" & "Animal Factory" Giovanni Ribisi - "The Gift" Vincent D'Onofrio - "The Cell" Donald Sutherland - "Panic"
Best Original Screenplay Nurse Betty State and Main Small Time Crooks Panic
Best Adapted Screenplay Wonder Boys The House of Mirth Quills American Psycho
Best Ensemble Cast Animal Factory Small Time Crooks The Contender Space Cowboys Snatch
Best Original Song Friends Never Say Goodbye (The Road to El Dorado) Things Have Changed (Wonder Boys) A Fool in Love (Meet the Parents) My Funny Friend and Me (The Emperor's New Groove)
Post by Tommen_Saperstein on Oct 7, 2021 16:13:17 GMT
just throwing this out there: Sunshine wouldn't be eligible this year because it was released (I think in Canada) in 1999. Only reason I know is because Maurice Jarre's GG-nominated score was in my top 5, and apparently it also got GG noms for BP and BD in 2001 how bout that.