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‘Stepford’ steps off with best-trailer trophy

'Elf,' 'Rings,' 'Potter,' 'Dawn' also nab statuettes

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“The Stepford Wives” took home triple honors at the fifth annual Golden Trailer Awards Tuesday at downtown L.A.’s Orpheum Theater.

Paramount’s summer comedy claimed wins in the most original and summer 2004 blockbuster categories and was ultimately crowned best of show.

Other winners included “Elf” (comedy), “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” (drama), “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” (animation/family), “Dawn of the Dead” (horror), “The Cooler” (romance), “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” (action), “Lost in Translation” (independent), “Osama” (foreign), “City of God” (foreign independent) and “Spellbound” (docu).

Trailers for “21 Grams” and “The Triplets of Belleville” were recognized for their voiceover and music work, respectively.

Winners were selected by a panel of industry judges including Benicio Del Toro, Neil Jordan, Glenn Close, Bob Osher and Drew Giordano.

And the winners are . . .

Best Comedy
Elf
Editor: Dave Parker:
Creative Director: Laura Carrillo

Best Drama:
The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
Editor: Jennifer A. Horvath
Creative Director: Barbara Glazer

Best Voice Over
21 Grams
Editor: Mark Woollen
Creative Directors: Mark Woollen, Myles Bender
Voiceover Talent: Sean Penn

Best Animation/Family
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Editor: Kevin Childress
Creative Directors: Blair Rich, Jeff Lamont

Best Foreign
Osama
Editor: Scott Storm

Best Trailer
No Movie: Revolver (flashy cut)
Editor: Nate Pommer
Creative Director: Burke Heffner

Trashiest
A Miami Tail
Editor: Jeff Kauffman

Best Foreign Independent
City of God
Editor: Jon Epstein

Best Horror/Thriller
Dawn of the Dead
Editor: Bill Neil
Creative Director: Scott Bramlett

Best Music
The Triplets of Belleville
Editor: Matt Silk
Creative Directors: Ed Glass, Barry Schoor

Golden Fleece
Northfork
Editors and Creative Directors: KO Creative Team

Best Documentary
Spellbound
Editor and Creative Director: Christy Wilson

Best Independent
Lost in Translation
Editors: Mark Woollen and Margareta Schiappa
Creative Directors: Mark Woollen and Myles Bender

Best Romance
The Cooler
Editor: Pete Demirai
Creative Director: Kenji Thielstrom

Most Original
The Stepford Wives
Editor: Adam Agard
Creative Director: Peter Frankfurt

Best Action
Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
Editors: Doug B. Brandt, Joel Plotch and Chad Misner
Creative Director: Marin Kistler

Summer 2004 Blockbuster
The Stepford Wives
Editor: Adam Agard
Creative Director: Peter Frankfurt

Best of Show
The Stepford Wives
Editor: Adam Agard
Creative Director: Peter Frankfurt
Submitted by Imaginary Forces for Paramount Pictures

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