Whether or not “The Royal Tenenbaums” and “Memento” win any gold on Oscar night, their previews took home some at the third annual Golden Trailer Awards. Hosted by Kathy Griffin, event Thursday at the El Capitan honored film trailers for their artistic value.
The Mouse House, along with editors Chris Kentis, Sheryl Kirby, Mark Woollen and Paul Vincent, nabbed the best of show, comedy and music kudos for “Tenenbaums,” while Global Doghouse, along with editor Kevin Childress, took home the most original nod and drama trailer award for “Memento.”
Another double winner was “Series 7,” which wheeled home the independent trailer gong and trashiest trailer kudos for Intralink Film Graphic Design and editor Jason King.
Giaroncomo Prods., along with editor Philip Daccord picked up the action nod for “A Knight’s Tale,” voiceover honors for “Spider-Man” and horror-thriller trailer kudos for “Panic Room.”
Romance trailer nod went to Movietone and editor Oreet Rees for “Moulin Rouge,” foreign trailer kudos to Picture Production Co. and editor James Blunden for “Amelie” and animation-family trailer nod to CMP/West and editors Kevin Williamson and Chuck Weiss for “Monsters, Inc.”
The Saul and Elaine Bass Award for best titles went to New Wave Entertainment and editor Michael Blackburn for “Waking Life.”