'Insider,' 'Being' take best pix, 'West,' 'Action' best shows

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“Sleepy Hollow,” “The Insider,” and TV series “Action” and “West Wing” led the list of multiple winners Sunday night at the fourth annual Golden Satellite Awards, held at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

“Sleepy” took honors for cinematography, original score, costume design and art direction. “The Insider” was selected as best motion picture drama and Michael Mann walked away with director kudos.

Other double winners in the film category were “Being John Malkovich” (including best comedy pic), “Toy Story 2,” “The Sixth Sense,” “Boys Don’t Cry” and “The Buena Vista Social Club.”

In the TV categories, “West Wing” received kudos for drama and dramatic actor (Martin Sheen), while “Action” swept away all comedic competition, receiving nods for comedy, actor (Jay Mohr) and actress (Illeana Douglas).

William H. Macy was a double winner, for his performances in the film “Happy, Texas” and the telepic “A Slight Case of Murder.”

The Golden Satellite Awards, presented by The Intl. Press Academy, honor artistic and technical excellence for film, TV and interactive-media achievements.

In addition to the awards listed below, honorary awards were given to Dale Olson and Maximilian Schell.

DRAMA

“The Insider”

COMEDY OR MUSICAL

“Being John Malkovich”

DIRECTOR

Michael Mann–“The Insider”

ACTRESS, DRAMA

Hilary Swank — “Boys Don’t Cry”

ACTOR, DRAMA

Terence Stamp — “The Limey”

ACTRESS, COMEDY OR MUSICAL

Janet McTeer– “Tumbleweeds”

ACTOR, COMEDY OR MUSICAL

Philip Seymour Hoffman– “Flawless”

SUPPORTING ACTRESS, DRAMA

Chloe Sevigny– “Boys Don’t Cry”

SUPPORTING ACTOR, DRAMA

Harry J. Lennix– “Titus”

SUPPORTING ACTRESS, COMEDY OR MUSICAL

Catherine Keener– “Being John Malkovich”

SUPPORTING ACTOR, COMEDY OR MUSICAL

William H. Macy– “Happy, Texas”

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

“All About My Mother” and “Three Seasons”

ANIMATED OR MIXED MEDIA

“Toy Story 2″

DOCUMENTARY

“Buena Vista Social Club”

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

M. Night Shyamalan–“The Sixth Sense”

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

John Irving — “The Cider House Rules”

ORIGINAL SCORE

Danny Elfman — “Sleepy Hollow”

ORIGINAL SONG

“When She Loved Me” — “Toy Story 2″

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Emmanuel Lubezki — “Sleepy Hollow”

VISUAL EFFECTS

Jerome Chen, John Dykstra, Henry F. Anderson III, Eric Allard, Sony ImageWorks –“Stuart Little”

EDITING

Andrew Mondshein–“The Sixth Sense”

SOUND

Elmo Weber, Martin Muller, Jerry Boys — “Buena Vista Social Club”

ART DIRECTION, PRODUCTION DESIGN

Rick Heinrichs, Ken Court, John Dexter, Andrew Nicolson, Leslie Tomkins–“Sleepy Hollow”

COSTUME DESIGN

Colleen Atwood–“Sleepy Hollow”

OUTSTANDING NEW TALENT

Haley Joel Osment

MOTION PICTURE ENSEMBLE

“Magnolia”

TELEVISION MINISERIES

“Horatio Hornblower”

TELEFILM

“Strange Justice”

ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

Linda Hamilton–“The Color of Courage”

ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

William H. Macy — “A Slight Case of Murder”

DRAMA SERIES

“West Wing”

ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

Camryn Manheim — “The Practice”

ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

Martin Sheen–“The West Wing”

COMEDY OR MUSICAL SERIES

“Action”

ACTRESS, COMEDY OR MUSICAL SERIES

Illeana Douglas–“Action”

ACTOR, COMEDY OR MUSICAL SERIES

Jay Mohr–“Action”

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