The Intl. Press Academy, a splinter group from the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., announced Monday the nominees for its Golden Satellite Awards, the second annual edition of the new plaudits.
Among the most-nominated films was Paramount/20th Century Fox’s “Titanic” with 12 nods, DreamWorks’ “Amistad” with nine, and New Line Cinema’s “Boogie Nights” with eight.
The top TV shows were ABC’s “NYPD Blue” with four nominations, and Fox’s “The X-Files” with three.
The IPA, like the HFPA, nominates films and TV programs and also separates dramatic films and TV shows from comedies and/or musicals. Additionally, the IPA hands out kudos for a broad range of new media products and programming.
The awards themselves are given out at a gala ceremony Feb. 22.