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Video Business Video Premiere Award winners

Following is a list of Video Business Video Premiere Award winners for 2000 followed by nominees listed in alphabetical order:


Animated Video Premiere
Winner: “Joseph: King of Dreams,” Penney Finkelman Cox, Steve Hickner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, executive producers; Ken Tsumura, producer (DreamWorks)
Nominees: “Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker,” Alan Burnett, Paul Dini, Glen Murakami and Bruce Timm, producers (Warner); “Buzz Lightyear of Space Command: The Adventure Begins,” Mike Karafilis, Mark McCorkle, Robert Schooley and Tad Stones, producers (Buena Vista); “The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire,” Charles Grosvenor, producer (Universal); “The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea,” Leslie Hough and David K. Lovegren, producers (Buena Vista)

Live-Action Video Premiere
Winner: “The Delivery,” Thijs Bayens and Roel Reine, producers (Trimark)
Nominees: “Beethoven’s Third,” David Bixler and Kelly Konop, producers (Universal); “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” Andrew Lloyd Webber, producer (Universal); “Left Behind: The Movie,” Ron Booth, Joe Goodman, C. Robert Neutz and Ralph Winter, producers (Cloud Ten); “Nothin’ 2 Lose,” Martin C. Jones, producer (York/Maverick)

Overall Original
Supplemental Material as a Video Premiere, DVD
Winner: “The Fantasia Anthology,”
Jeff Kurtti and Mike Pellerin of Kurtti/Pellerin Prods. (Buena Vista)
Nominees: “The Birds Collector’s Edition,” Laurent Bouzereau, writer-director-producer; Colleen A. Benn, exec in charge of production (Universal); “Fight Club,” David Prior, producer (Fox); “Gladiator Signature Selection,” Mark Atkinson, Charles De Lauzirika and Mark Rowen, producers (DreamWorks); “Men in Black” Organa Prods. (Columbia TriStar); “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” David Prior, producer (Fox); “This Is Spinal Tap Special Edition,” Jeffrey Schwartz, producer (MGM)

Internet Video Premiere
Winner: “405: The Movie,”
Bruce Branit and Jeremy Hunt, producers-directors-writers (iFilm and 405themovie.com)
Nominees: “Jar Jar Binks: The E! True Hollywood Story,” Leif Einarsson, director; David Estes and Leif Einarsson, writers; Alok Mishra, producer; Christopher Ryan, co-producer (iFilm); “The Killer Bean 2: The Party,” Jeff Lew, creator (iFilm); “The Quantum Project,” Eugenio Zanetti, director; David Aaron Cohen, writer; Matafilmics, producer (SightSound.com and quantumproject.com); “Sunday’s Game,” Gene Laufenberg, director; Jason Ward and David Garrett, writers-producers (iFilm)

Original Retrospective Documentary/Featurette for a Video Premiere, DVD
Winner: “All About The Birds,”
Laurent Bouzereau (“The Birds Collector’s Edition,” Universal)
Nominees: “Conan the Barbarian: Unchained,” Laurent Bouzereau (“Conan the Barbarian,” Universal); “Destination Hitchcock: The Making of North by Northwest,” Peter Fitzgerald (“North by Northwest Collector’s Editon,” Warner); “The Fantasia Legacy: The Concert Feature,” Jeff Kurtti, (“Fantasia Special 60th Anniversary Edition,” Buena Vista); “Ian Fleming: 007’s Creator,” John Cork (“The Living Daylights Special Edition,” MGM); “The Making of The Bridge on the River Kwai,” Laurent Bouzereau (“The Bridge on the River Kwai,” Columbia TriStar); “666: The Omen Revealed,” J.M. Kenney (“The Omen Special Edition,” Fox)


Animated Character Performance in a Video Premiere
(combining voice recording and animation)
Winner: Mark Hamill
, voice; Bruce Timm, character designer (the Joker, “Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker,” Warner)
Nominees: Ben Affleck, voice; Luc Chamberland, animation director (Joseph, “Joseph: King of Dreams,” DreamWorks); Tim Allen, voice; Greg Guler, key character designer (Buzz Lightyear, “Buzz Lightyear of Space Command: The Adventure Begins,” Buena Vista); Thomas Dekker, voice; Zeon Davush, supervising animator (Littlefoot, “The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire,” Universal); Michael York, voice; Zeon Davush, supervising animator (Pterano, “The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire”)

Audio Commentary for a Video Premiere, DVD
Winner: Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, Harry Shearer
(“This Is Spinal Tap: Special Edition,” MGM)
Nominees: Francis Ford Coppola (“The Conversation Widescreen Collection,” Paramount); Mike Figgis (“TimeCode 2000 Special Edition,” Columbia TriStar); David Fincher (“Se7en,” New Line); Sydney Pollack (“Out of Africa Collector’s Edition,” Universal); Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Milius (“Conan the Barbarian Collector’s Edition,” Universal); Ridley Scott (“Gladiator Signature Selection,” DreamWorks)

Original Song in a Video Premiere
Winner: “Better Than I”
(“Joseph: King of Dreams,” DreamWorks) — performed by David Campbell; song by John Bucchino; produced and arranged by Danny Pelfrey
Nominees: “For a Moment” (“The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea,” Buena Vista), performed by Jodi Benson and Tara Charendoff; music and lyrics by Michael and Patty Silversher; “How Groovy” (“Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders”), performed by Scott Innes; music by Bodie Chandler; lyrics by Jim Stenstrom; produced by: Gary Lionelli and Bodie Chandler; “I Can Be a Friend” (“Casper’s Haunted Christmas,” Universal), performed by Tanya Hancheroff; music by Robert Buckley; lyrics by Tom Northcott; “To Infinity and Beyond” (“Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins,” Buena Vista), performed by William Shatner and the Star Command Orchestra; music and lyrcis by Randy Peterson and Tim Heintz

Actor in a Video Premiere
Winner: Courtney B. Vance
(“Love and Action in Chicago,” MTI)
Nominees: Warwick Davis (“Leprechaun in the Hood,” Trimark); Brian Hooks (“Nothin’ 2 Lose,” York); Timothy Hutton (“Just One Night,” First Look); Campbell Scott (“Invasion!,”Avalanche)

Actress in a Video Premiere
Winner: Kyra Sedgwick
(“Labor Pains,” USA)
Nominees: Regina King (“Love and Action in Chicago,” MTI); Mary Stuart Masterson (“The Book of Stars,” Winstar); Brittany Murphy (“Zack and Reba,” Victory); Chandra West (“Something More,” First Look)

Supporting Actress in a Video Premiere
Winner: Jena Malone
(“The Book of Stars,” Winstar)
Nominees: Jennifer Beals (“Something More,” First Look); Mary Tyler Moore (“Labor Pains,” USA); Debbie Reynolds (“Zack and Reba,” Victory); Kathleen Turner (“Love and Action in Chicago,” MTI)

Supporting Actor in a Video Premiere
Winner: Jason Robards
(“The Real Macaw,” Paramount)
Nominees: Jason Alexander (“Love & Action in Chicago,” MTI); Harry van Gorkum (“Dragonheart: A New Beginning,” Universal); Martin Mull (“Zack and Reba,” Victory); Luke Perry (“Attention Shoppers,” MGM)


Direction of a Video Premiere
Winner: Rob LaDuca and Robert C. Ramirez (“Joseph: King of Dreams,” DreamWorks)
Nominees: Barry Bowles (“Nothin’ 2 Lose,” York/Maverick); Dwayne Johnson-Cochran (“Love and Action in Chicago,” MTI); David Mallet, Steven Pimlott (“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” Universal); Vic Sarrin (“Left Behind,” Cloud Ten)

Screenplay for a Video Premiere
Winner: Eugenia Bostwick-Singer, Marshall Goldberg, Raymond Singer, Joe Stillman
(“Joseph: King of Dreams,” DreamWorks)
Nominees: Phil Bedard, Larry Lelonde (“Invasion!,” Avalanche); David Hilton (“The Delivery,” Trimark); Tony Markes, Adam Rifkin (“Welcome to Hollywood,” Sunland); Roy Szeto, Raymond Wong (“The Phantom Lover,” Tai Seng)

Original Score in a Video Premiere
Winner: Richard Gibbs
(“Book of Stars,” Winstar)
Nominees: Bill Conti (“The Real Macaw,” Paramount); George Fenton (“Grey Owl,” Columbia TriStar); Mark McKenzie (“Dragonheart: A New Beginning,” Universal); Daniel Pelfrey (“Joseph: King of Dreams,” DreamWorks)

Art Direction in a Video Premiere
Winner: Eddie Ma
(“The Phantom Lover,” Tai Seng)
Nominees: Benjamin Blaz, Theresa Bruckbauer, Carol Howell (“Dish Dogs,” Trimark); Makato Shirarshi (“Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker”); Bruno Vilela (“Dragonheart: A New Beginning,” Universal); Ben Zeller (“Beowulf,” Miramax/Buena Vista)

Cinematography in a Video Premiere
Winner: Peter Pau
(“The Phantom Lover,” Tai Seng)
Nominees: Christopher Faloona (“Beowulf,” Miramax/Buena Vista); Jan van den Niewenhuyzen (“The Delivery,” Trimark); Roger Pratt (“Grey Owl,” Columbia TriStar); Mark Vicente (“Slow Burn,” Artisan)

Visual Effects in a Video Premiere
Winner: Jamison Scott Goei
, visual effects supervisor; Sookie Park, digital animator (“Hellraiser: Inferno,” Miramax/Buena Vista)
Nominees: Alison Savitch, visual effects supervisor; Jerald Doerr, 3D CGI special effects (“Beowulf,” Miramax/Buena Vista); Melissa Taylor, visual effects producer; Ron Simonson, visual effects supervisor; Dobbie Schiff, visual effects executive producer; Jason Armstrong, CG supervisor; Fish Essenfeld, composing supervisor; Bruno Vilela, animation art director; Tim Lannon, senior character animator (“Dragonheart: A New Beginning,” Universal); Thomas Schelesny, visual effects supervisor; Colin Epstein, digital compositor, Jim McVay, lead digital compositor, Alfred Murrle, digital compositor, Frank Petzold, computer graphics supervisor, David Rosenthal, digital film I/O compositor, Guerdon Trueblood, digital compositor, Vicki Wong, digital film I/O compositor, all of Tippet Studio (“Komodo,” Sterling); John Laforet, Performance Solutions, physical effects; Pete Denomme, Calibre Digital Picture, Darren Cranford, Keyframe Digital Productions, computer effects (“Left Behind,” Cloud Ten)

Editing in a Video Premiere
Winner: Jeff Hertogs, Roel Reine
(“The Delivery,” Trimark)
Nominees: Dave Gardener, David Mallet, Nick Morris, Rose Glandfield (“Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” Universal); Kirk Morri (“Hellraiser: Inferno,” Buena Vista); Lesley Walker (“Grey Owl,” Columbia TriStar); David Wu (“The Phantom Lover,” Tai Seng)

Sound in a Video Premiere
Winner: Thomas J. Maydeck, Robert Hargreaves
of Monterey Post Sound (“Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker,” Warner)
Nominees: Michael Axinn (“Komodo,” Sterling); Jonathan Bates, Gerry Humphries (“Grey Owl,” Columbia TriStar); Stefan Henrix (“Dragonheart: A New Beginning,” Universal); Peter Brown (“Hellraiser: Inferno,” Buena Vista)

Menu Design for a Video Premiere, DVD
Winner: Van Ling
, “The Abyss Special Edition” (Fox)
Nominees: Bronson Hill, “The Bridge on the River Kwai” (Columbia TriStar); B1 Media, “The Killer/Hard Boiled” (Winstar); One-K, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” (Fox); Belief, “Se7en Platinum Series” (New Line); Van Ling, “T2: The Ultimate Edition” (Artisan); Bronson Hill (Carol Roy), “This Is Spinal Tap Special Edition” (MGM)

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