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52nd annual Primetime Emmy nominations, part 3: directing, writing, casting, music, choreography

DIRECTING FOR A COMEDY SERIES

Bill D’Elia, “Ally McBeal” (Ally McBeal: The Musical) Fox, David E. Kelley Prods. in association with 20th Century Fox Television.

Will Mackenzie, “Everybody Loves Raymond” (The Christmas Picture), CBS, Worldwide Pants and HBO Prods. in association with Where’s Lunch Prod.

Michael Lembeck, “Friends” (The One That Could Have Been, Parts 1 & 2 ) NBC, Bright, Kauffman, Crane Prods. in association with Warner Bros. Television.

Todd Holland, “Malcolm in the Middle” (pilot) Fox, 20th Century Fox Film Co., Regency Entertainment (USA) & Monarchy B.V.

Thomas Schlamme, “Sports Night” (Quo Vadimus) ABC , Imagine Television in association with Touchstone Television Prods.

James Burrows, “Will & Grace” (Homo for the Holidays) NBC, Komut Entertainment in association with Three Sisters Entertainment in association with NBC Studios.

DIRECTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

Jonathan Kaplan “ER” (All in the Family) NBC, Constant c Prods./Amblin Television in association with Warner Bros. Television.

John Wells “ER” (Such Sweet Sorrow) NBC, Constant c Prods./Amblin Television in association with Warner Bros. Television.

John Patterson “The Sopranos” (Funhouse) HBO, Chase Films/Brad Grey Television in association with HBO Original Programming.

Allen Coulter “The Sopranos” (The Knight in White Satin Armor) HBO, Chase Films/Brad Grey Television in association with HBO Original Programming.

Thomas Schlamme “The West Wing” (pilot) NBC, John Wells Prods. in association with Warner Bros. Television.

DIRECTING FOR A VARIETY OR MUSIC PROGRAM

Louis J. Horvitz “72nd Annual Academy Awards” ABC, Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.

Keith Truesdell “Chris Rock: Bigger and Blacker” HBO, Home Box Office.

Matthew Diamond “The Gershwins’ Crazy For You” (Great Performances), PBS, Thirteen/WNET.

Jerry Foley “Late Show With David Letterman” (Show #1294) CBS, Worldwide Pants.

Beth McCarthy Miller “Saturday Night Live: The 25th Anniversary Special,” NBC, Broadway Video in association with SNL Studios.

Ellen Brown “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” (Show #1770) NBC, Big Dog Prods. in association with NBC Studios.

DIRECTING FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL

Rob Marshall “Annie” ABC, Storyline Entertainment, Chris Montan Prods., Columbia TriStar Television and Walt Disney Television.

Charles S. Dutton “The Corner” HBO, Blown Deadline/Knee Deep Prods. in association with Home Box Office.

Martin A. Pasetta Jr., live broadcast director, Stephen Frears, director “Fail Safe” CBS, Maysville Pictures in association with Warner Bros. Television.

Martha Coolidge “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge” HBO, an Esparza/Katz Production in association with Berry/Cirrincione.

Benjamin Ross “RKO 281” HBO, a Scott Free Production.

WRITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES

“Everybody Loves Raymond” (Bad Moon Rising) CBS, Worldwide Pants and HBO Prods. in association with Where’s Lunch Prods. Ray Romano, Philip Rosenthal, writers.

“Frasier” (Something Borrowed, Someone Blue) NBC, Grub Street Prods. in association with Paramount Pictures. Christopher Lloyd, Joe Keenan, writers.

“Freaks and Geeks” (pilot) NBC, Apatow Prods. in association with DreamWorks. Paul Feig, writer.

“Malcolm in the Middle” (pilot) Fox, 20th Century Fox Film Co., Regency Entertainment and Monarchy. Linwood Boomer, writer.

“Sex and the City” (Evolution) HBO, Darren Star Prods. in association with HBO Original Programming. Cindy Chupack, writer.

“Sex and the City” (Ex in the City) HBO, Darren Star Prods. in association with HBO Original Programming. Michael Patrick King, writer.

WRITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (Hush) WB, Mutant Enemy in association with 20th Century Fox. Joss Whedon, writer.

“The Sopranos” (Funhouse) HBO, Chase Films/Brad Grey Television in association with HBO Original Programming. David Chase, Todd A. Kessler, writers.

“The Sopranos” (The Knight in White Satin Armor) HBO, Chase Films/Brad Grey Television in association with HBO Original Programming. Robin Green, Mitchell Burgess, writers.

“The West Wing” (In Excelsis Deo) NBC, John Wells Prods. in association with Warner Bros. Television. Aaron Sorkin, Rick Cleveland, writers.

“The West Wing” (pilot) NBC, John Wells Prods. in association with Warner Bros. Television. Aaron Sorkin, writer.

WRITING FOR A VARIETY, MUSIC OR COMEDY PROGRAM

“Chris Rock: Bigger and Blacker” HBO, Home Box Office. Chris Rock, writer.

“The Chris Rock Show” HBO, Home Box Office. Tom Agna, Vernon Chatman, Louis CK, Lance Crouther, Nick DiPaolo, Ali LeRoi, Steve O’Donnell, Chris Rock, Chuck Sklar, Jeff Stilson, Halstead Sullivan, Wanda Sykes, Mike Upchurch, writers.

“Eddie Izzard: Dress to Kill” HBO, Home Box Office. Eddie Izzard, writer.

“Late Night With Conan O’Brien” NBC, NBC Studios. Jonathan Groff, head writer; Chris Albers, Ellie Barancik, Andy Blitz, Janine DiTullio, Jon Glaser, Michael Gordon, Roy Jenkins, Brian Kiley, Brian McCann, Conan O’Brien, Andy Richter, Brian Stack, Mike Sweeney, writers.

“Late Show With David Letterman” CBS, Worldwide Pants. Rodney Rothman, head writer; Gabe Abelson, Michael Barrie, Carter L. Bays, Jon Beckerman, Rob Burnett, Chris Harris, David Letterman, Gerard Mulligan, Jim Mulholland, Tom Ruprecht, Bill Scheft, Eric Stangel, Justin Stangel, Craig Thomas, Joe Toplyn, Steve Young, writers.

WRITING FOR A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE

“Cheaters” HBO, Brian Jocks Prods. and De Passe Entertainment in association with Home Box Office. John Stockwell, writer.

“The Corner” HBO, Blown Deadline/Knee Deep Prods. in association with Home Box Office. David Simon, David Mills, writers.

“Homicide: The Movie” NBC, Levinson/Fontana Co. in association with NBC Studios. Eric Overmyer, James Yoshimura, Tom Fontana, writers.

“If These Walls Could Talk 2” (1961) HBO, Team Todd Prods. Jane Anderson, writer.

“RKO 281” HBO, Scott Free Prods. John Logan, writer.

CASTING FOR A COMEDY SERIES

“Freaks and Geeks” NBC, Apatow Prods. in association with DreamWorks. Allison Jones, casting executive; Coreen Mayrs, Jill Greenberg, casting executives (location).

“Malcolm in the Middle” Fox, 20th Century Fox Film Co, Regency Entertainment & Monarchy. Ken Miller, Mary V. Buck, Nikki Valko, Susan Edelman, casting executives.

“Sex and the City” HBO, Darren Star Prods. in association with HBO Original Programming. Billy Hopkins, Jennifer McNamara, Kerry Bardon, Suzanne Smith, casting executives.

“Sports Night” ABC, Imagine Television in association with Touchstone Television Prods. Bonnie Zane, Paula Rosenberg, casting executives.

“Will & Grace” NBC, Komut Entertainment in association with Three Sisters Entertainment in association with NBC Studios. Tracy Lilienfield, casting executive.

CASTING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

“ER” NBC , Constant c Prods./Amblin Television in association with Warner Bros. Television. Barbara Miller, John Levey, casting executives.

“Law & Order” NBC, Wolf Films in association with Studios USA Television. Suzanne Ryan, C.S.A., casting executive.

“The Practice” ABC, David E. Kelley Prods. in association with 20th Century Fox. Janet Gilmore, Megan McConnell, casting executives.

“The Sopranos” HBO, Chase Films/Brad Grey Television in association with HBO Original Programming. Georgianne Walken, Sheila Jaffe, casting executives.

“The West Wing” NBC, John Wells Prods. in association with Warner Bros. Television. Barbara Miller, John Levey, Kevin Scott, casting executives.

CASTING FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL

“Annie” ABC, Storyline Entertainment, Chris Montan Prods., Columbia TriStar Television and Walt Disney Television. Marcia Turner, Rosalie Joseph, C.S.A., Valorie Massalas, casting executives.

“The Corner” HBO, Blown Deadline/Knee Deep Prods. in association with Home Box Office. Jaki Brown-Karmen, casting executive; Pat Moran, casting executive (location).

“Fail Safe” CBS, Maysville Pictures in association with Warner Bros. Television. Anthony Sepulveda, Barbara Miller, casting executives.

“If These Walls Could Talk 2” HBO, a Team Todd Production. John Papsidera, casting executive.

“RKO 281” HBO, a Scott Free production. Lora Kennedy, casting executive; Joyce Nettles, casting executive (location).

MUSIC COMPOSITION FOR A SERIES (DRAMATIC UNDERSCORE)

“Falcone” (Lealta) CBS, Johnson/Hancock Prods. in association with CBS Prods. and Columbia TriStar Television. Jay Gruska, composer.

“Felicity” (Help for the Lovelorn) the WB, Imagine Television in association with Touchstone Television Prods. Danny Pelfrey, W.G. Snuffy Walden, composers.

“Star Trek: Voyager” (Spirit Folk) UPN, Paramount Pictures. Jay Chattaway, composer.

“The X-Files” (Theef) Fox, Ten Thirteen Prods. in association with 20th Century Fox Television. Mark Snow, composer.

“Xena: Warrior Princess” (Fallen Angel), syndication, Renaissance Prods. in association with Studios USA. Joseph LoDuca, composer.

MUSIC COMPOSITION FOR A MINISERIES, MOVIE OR A SPECIAL

“Beyond the Prairie: The True Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder” CBS, CBS Prods. Ernest Troost, composer.

“Don Quixote” TNT, Hallmark Entertainment. Richard Hartley, composer.

“Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble” Showtime, Showtime in association with LXD & Catfish Prods. Charles Bernstein, composer.

“RKO 281” HBO, Scott Free Prods. John Altman, composer.

“Walking With Dinosaurs” Discovery Channel, BBC, Discovery Channel, TV Asahi. Ben Bartlett, composer.

MUSIC DIRECTION

“Annie” ABC, Storyline Entertainment, Chris Montan Prods., Columbia TriStar Television and Walt Disney Television. Paul Bogaev, music director.

“E*Trade Super Bowl XXXIV Halftime Show” ABC, Walt Disney Attractions. Dan Stamper, music director.

“Heroes for the Planet Featuring Special Guest Charlotte Church” A&E, Weller Grossman Prods. Michael Andreas, music director.

“The Kennedy Center Honors” CBS, George Stevens/Don Mischer for Kennedy Center Television Prods. Elliot Lawrence, music director.

“The Little Richard Story” NBC, Fox TV Studios. David Sibley, music director

MUSIC AND LYRICS

“AFI’s 100 Years … 100 Stars” (song title: “Without You”) CBS, Smith-Hemion Prods. on behalf of the American Film Institute. Marvin Hamlisch, composer; Carole Bayer Sager, lyricist.

“The 14th Annual American Comedy Awards” (song title: “My Bill Gates”) Fox, George Schlatter Prods. Bruce Vilanch, Glen Roven, composers/lyricists.

“Family Guy” (song title: “We Only Live to Kiss Your Ass”) Fox, Fuzzy Door Prods. in association with 20th Century Fox Television; Ron Jones, composer; Chris Sheridan, lyricist.

“Freedom Song” (song title: “Song of Freedom”) TNT, Alphaville Prods. in association with Carrie Prods. Carole King, composer/lyricist.

“Nickellennium” (song title: “Up to You”), Nickelodeon, Linda Schaffer Prods. John Kimbrough, composer/lyricist.

MAIN TITLE THEME MUSIC

“Falcone” CBS, Johnson/Hancock Prods. in association with CBS Prods. and Columbia TriStar Television. Jay Gruska, Ross Levinson, composers.

“Jack London’s Call of the Wild” Animal Planet, Cinevu Films. Hal Foxton Beckett, composer.

“Jack of all Trades” syndication, Pacific Renaissance. Joseph LoDuca, composer.

“The Pretender” NBC, Pretender Prods. in association with 20th Century Fox Television in association with NBC Studios. Mark Leggett, Velton Ray Bunch, composers.

“The West Wing” NBC, John Wells Prods. in association with Warner Bros. Television. W.G. Snuffy Walden, composer.

CHOREOGRAPHY

(Area Award: Possibility of more than one award)

“Annie” ABC, Storyline Entertainment, Chris Montan Prods., Columbia TriStar Television and Walt Disney Television. Rob Marshall, choreographer.

“Cher: Live in Concert — From the MGM Grand in Las Vegas” HBO, Home Box Office. Dorian Sanchez, choreographer.

“The Drew Carey Show” ABC, Mohawk Prods. in association with Warner Bros. Television. Jerry Mitchell, choreographer.

“Ice Wars” CBS, SFX Prods. Brain Boitano, Marguerite Derricks, choreographers.

“Introducing Dorothy Dandridge” HBO, an Esparza/Katz production in association with Berry/Cirrincione. Kim Blank, choreographer.

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