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3rd Visual Effects Society Awards

February 16, 2005


Best Visual Effects - Motion Picture:
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

The 3rd Visual Effects Society Awards, given on 16 February 2005 at the Hollywood Palladium, honored the best visual effects in film and television of 2004. An edited version of the ceremony was broadcast on HD Net.[1]

Contents

Winners and nomineesEdit

(Winners in bold)

Honorary AwardsEdit

Lifetime Achievement Award:

George Melies Award for Pioneering:

Board of Directors Award:

FilmEdit

Outstanding Visual Effects in an Effects Driven Motion Picture Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Motion Picture

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

The AviatorRob Legato, Ron Ames, Matthew Gratzner, Pete Travers

Best Single Visual Effect of the Year Outstanding Performance by an Animated Character in a Live Action Motion Picture

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

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

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

The Incredibles - Bob Par/Mr. IncredibleCraig T. Nelson, Bill Wise, Bill Sheffler, Bolhem Bouchiba

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

Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Motion Picture Outstanding Compositing in a Motion Picture

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

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

Outstanding Performance by an Actor or Actress in a Visual Effects Film Outstanding Special Effects in Service to Visual Effects in a Motion Picture

Alfred Molina - Spider-Man 2

The Aviator – Robert Spurlock, Richard Stutsman, Matthew Gratzner, R. Brice Steinheimer

TelevisionEdit

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program

Star Trek: Enterprise - Storm Front, Part 2Ronald Moore, Daniel Curry, David Takemura, Fred Pienkos

Lost -Pilot, Part 2 – Kevin Blank, Mitch Suskin, Benoit Girard, Jerome Morin

  • Clubhouse - Episode #005 – Curt Miller, Jason Spratt, Doug Witsken, Michael Tonder
  • Spartacus – Sam Nicholson, Eric Grenaudier, Anthony Ocampo, Tim Donahue
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Miniseries, Movie or Special Outstanding Visual Effects in a Commercial

Virtual History: The Secret Plot to Kill Hitler – Jim Radford, Tom Phillips, Simon Thomas, Loraine Cooper

  • Dragons – Sirio Quintavalle, Alex Knox, Neil Glaseby
  • Earthsea – Peter Ware, Eric Grenaudier, Jared Jones, Earl Paraszcynec

Citroën - "Alive with Technology" – Trevor Crawford, Neill Blomkamp, Simon Van de Lagemaat, Winston Helgason

  • British Telecom: Network – David Lombardi, Richard Mann, Eric Durst, Kevin Prendiville
  • Johnnie Walker - Tree – William Bartlett, Murray Butler, Jake Mengers, Andy Boyd
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Music Video Outstanding Performance by an Animated Character in a Live Action Broadcast Program

Britney Spears - "Toxic" – Bert Yukich, Chris Watts

  • Duran Duran - What Happens Tomorrow – Jerry Steele, Jo Steele, Brian Adler, Monique Eissing
  • Never - The Dream – Trevor Cawood, Simon Van de Lagemaat, Stephen Pepper, Jon Anastasiades

Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital - Antubis Character – William de Bosch Kemper, Brian Harder, Patrick Kalyn, Scott Paquin

Outstanding Created Environment in a Live Action Broadcast Program Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast Program

Spartacus - Opening – Eric Grenaudier, Anthony Ocampo, Cedric Tomacruz, Michael Cook

Space Odyssey: Voyage to the Planets – George Roper, Christian Manz, Sirio Quintavalle, Pedro Sabrosa

  • The Librarian - Humalayan Pass sequence – Greg Groenekamp, Joel Merritt, Mamie McCall
  • Smallville - Crisis - Clark Kent stops a bullet sequence – John Han, Eli Jarra, Noriaki Matsumoto, Terry Shigemitsu

Other categoriesEdit

Outstanding Visuals in a Video Game

Half-Life 2 – Viktor Antonov, Randy Lundeen, Gary McTaggart, Dhabih Eng

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "3rd Annual VES Awards". Visual Effects Society. Retrieved December 19, 2017.

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