Humanitas Prize nominees

FEATURE FILM CATEGORY ($25,000)
“The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”
Screenplay, Ann Peacock and Andrew Adamson and Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely
(Walt Disney Pictures)
“Crash”
Screenplay, Paul Haggis & Bobby Moresco; story, Paul Haggis
(Lionsgate Films)
“Glory Road”
Written by Christopher Cleveland & Bettina Gilois
(Walt Disney Pictures)

90 MINUTE CATEGORY ($25,000)
“The Colt”
Screenplay, Stephen Harrigan (Hallmark Channel)
“The Girl in the Cafe”
Written by Richard Curtis (HBO)
“Warm Springs”
Written by Margaret Nagle (HBO)

60 MINUTE CATEGORY ($15,000)
“ER: Darfur”
Written by Janine Sherman Barrois (NBC)
“House: Three Stories”
Written by David Shore (FOX)
“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Ripped”
Written by Jonathan Greene (NBC)

30 MINUTE CATEGORY ($10,000)
“George Lopez: The Kidney Stays in the Picture”
Written by Jim Hope (ABC)
“My Name Is Earl: Pilot”
Written by Greg Garcia (NBC)
“Scrubs: My Way Home”
Written by Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman (NBC)

CHILDREN’S ANIMATION CATEGORY ($25,000)
“Maya & Miguel: Miguel’s Wonderful Life”
Written by Jonathan Greenberg (PBS)
“Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch Friends: A Froggy Day in Sunny Patch”
Written by Alice Prodanou, Michael Stokes, Steven Sullivan; story by Steven Sullivan (Nick Jr.)
“Toddworld: Benny’s Missing Chew Toy”
Written by Pamela Hickey & Dennys McCoy (Discovery Kids/TLC)

CHILDREN’S LIVE ACTION CATEGORY ($25,000)
“Edge of America”
Written by Willy Holtzman (Showtime)
“Felicity: An American Girl Adventure”
Teleplay by Anna Sandor (WB Network)
“High School Musical”
Written by Peter Barsocchini (Disney Channel)

SUNDANCE FEATURE FILM CATEGORY ($10,000)
“Punching at the Sun”
Written by Tanuj Chopra & Hart Eddy
“Quinceanera”
Written by Richard Glatzer & Wash Westmoreland (Sony Pictures Classics)
“Wristcutters: A Love Story”
Written by Goran Dukic

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