Film awards to Swee, Beach, Katzman, Jackson, Parks
The Casting Society of America honored its own Wednesday night with simultaneous award shows in Beverly Hills and New York City honoring casting in film, television and legit.The CSA, celebrating its 19th anni, gave Artios Awards in 18 categories. Feature film awards went to Daniel Swee for “The Hours”; Lisa Beach, Sarah Katzman and John Jackson for “About Schmidt”; and Ellen Parks for “Secretary.” Junie Lowry Johnson nabbed the dramatic episodic award for her work on “Six Feet Under.” Other TV winners were telepic “Normal”; miniseries “Hitler: The Rise of Evil”; “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” comedy episodic ; and “All My Children,” daytime episodic. Bernard Telsey and William Cantler were winners for both “Hairspray” and “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” on Broadway, alongside “Dinner at Eight’s” Daniel Swee. Off Broadway trophy went to Nina Pratt for “The Exonerated.” The regional theater prize went to Amy Lieberman and Bruce H. Newberg for “Big River.” BevHills show was hosted by Larry Miller; Jackie Hoffman hosted the New York ceremony.