The Casting Society of America has named recipients of its 13th annual Artios Awards, granted for superior achievement in the casting profession.
The awards were given for casting excellence in 12 categories, including feature films, pilots, MOWs, daytime and episodic comedy.
The Artios winners were:
Feature film, drama: Francine Maisler, Jo Doster (location casting), “The People vs. Larry Flynt.”
Feature film, comedy: Howard Feuer, “That Thing You Do.”
Animated voiceover: Ruth Lambert, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”
Miniseries: Julie Selzer, Patrick Rush, Lynne Carrow (location casting), “Truman Capote’s ‘In Cold Blood.’ ”
Movie of the week: Linda Lowy, “Bastard Out of Carolina.”
Dramatic pilot: Nan Dutton, Jane Alderman (location casting), “EZ Streets.”
Comedy, episodic: Jeff Greenburg, “Frasier.”
Drama, episodic: John Levey, “ER.”
Comedy pilot: Bonnie Finnegan, “Spin City.”
Soaps: Sonia Nikore, “One Life to Live.”
Theater, musical: Arnold Mungioli, Mark Simon, “Ragtime, The Musical.”
Theater, drama/comedy: Jay Binder, “The Last Night at Ballyhoo.”
A special presentation of the Hoyt Bowers Award went to Juliet Taylor for outstanding contributions to the casting profession. Director and producer Roger Corman received the CSA’s Lifetime Achievement Award.