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Winners of the 37th Annual Saturn Awards

Last night came and went another edition of the Annual Saturn Awards. The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films’ 37th edition proudly presented the awards to its winners and special award recipients (you can find the list of nominees here). The event took place in Burbank, California.

Life Career Award – Bert I. Gordon
Best Local Stage Production: Small Theatre “Watson”
Best Local Stage Production: Drama or Comedy “The Liutenant of Inishmore”
Best Local Stage Production, Musical: “Young Frankenstein”
Best DVD Collection: “Avatar”
Best DVD Release: “Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy”
Best DVD Classic Film Release: “The Complete Metropolis”
Best DVD TV Release: “Twilight Zone: Seasons 1 & 2”
Best Action/Adventure Film: “Salt”
Life Career Award: Michael Biehn
Best Make-Up: “The Wolfman”
Best Production Design: “Tron: Legacy”
Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Chloe Grace Moretz
The Visionary Award: Marvel Studios
Best Guest Starring Actor on TV: Joe Manganiello
Best TV Presentation: “The Walking Dead”
Best Supporting Actress on TV: Lucy Lawless
Best Supporting Actor on TV: John Noble
Best Actor on TV: Stephen Moyer
Best Actress on TV: Anna Torv
Best Syndicated/Cable TV Series: “Breaking Bad”
Best Network TV Series: “Fringe”
Dr. Donald A. Reed Award: Dean Devlin
Best Costume: “Alice in Wonderland”
Best Music: “Inception”
Best Special Effects: “Inception”
Best TV Guest Star: Richard Dreyfuss “Weeds”
Best Supporting Actress: Mila Kunis “Black Swan”
Best Supporting Actor: Andrew Garfield “Never Let Me Go”
Best Animated Film: “Toy Story 3”
Best Actress: Natalie Portman for “Black Swan”
Best International Film: “Monsters”
Best Horror/Thriller Film: “Let Me In”
Best Writing: Christopher Nolan “Inception”
Best Director: Christopher Nolan “Inception”
Best Fantasy Film: “Alice in Wonderland”
George Pal Memorial Award: Frank Darabont
Best Science Fiction Film: “Inception”



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