Awards for 1999

Monitor

Children's Programming - Director

WINNER

The Secret Files of the SpyDogs: Will Meugniot
For episode "A Porkzilla" (#12).

Documentaries - Director

WINNER

The Human Body: Christopher Spencer
For episode "End of Life" (#7).

Opens, Closes & Titles - Electronic Visual Effects

WINNER

The Outer Limits: Leslie Doughtly (lead 3d animator), Andre Dupuy (3d animator), Eli Jarra (flame artist), John Eineigl (henry artist), Melody Welch (mac artist)

Theatrical Releases - Electronic Visual Effects

WINNER

Children's Programming - Electronic Visual Effects

WINNER

Casper Meets Wendy: Ray McIntyre Jr. (visual effects supervisor), Ken Wilder (digital character supervisor), Jim Gorman (cgi technical director)

Documentaries - Editor

WINNER

Documentaries - Audio

WINNER

Wild Life Adventures: John Bolen (audio editing/mixing), Roland House (post production)
For episode "Alaska's Bush Pilots".

Opens, Closes & Titles - Video Paint Design

WINNER

The Outer Limits: Leslie Doughtly (lead 3d animator), Andre Dupuy (3d animator), Eli Jarra (flame artist), John Eineigl (henry artist), Melody Welch (mac artist)

Children's Programming - Best Achievement

WINNER

Eyeballs: Jonathan Lawhead, Julie Podolsky, Kimberly Harper, Roland House
For episodes "Milk", "Yen" and "Silk".

Children's Programming - Audio

WINNER

Theatrical Releases - Color Correction

WINNERS


Documentaries - Color Correction

WINNER

Oceans: Blue Mystery: Ted Snavely (film colorist), Fritz Roland (tape to tape colorist)

Documentaries - Best Achievement

WINNER

Divine Trash: Brooks T. Moore (executive producer), Tim Kahoe (executive producer), Thomas W. Yeager (executive producer), Caroline Kaplan (executive producer), Jonathan Sehring (executive producer)

Film Originated Television Series - Electronic Visual Effects

WINNER

Star Trek: Voyager: (Digital Magic Company (4MC))
For episode "Thirty Days".

Film Originated Television Series - Best Achievement

WINNER

Film Originated Television Specials - Best Achievement

WINNER

Merlin: Timothy Webber (visual fx supervisor), Timothy Greenwood (associate vfx supervisor), Fiona Walkinshaw (digital fx producer), Pedro Sabrosa (digital fx artist), Martin Parsons (lead cgi animator)

Film Originated Television Series - Audio Post Production

WINNER

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys: Kelly Vandever (post sound supervisor), William Smith (re-recording mixer), Philip Tallman (supervising music editor), Tim Boggs (adr supervisor)
For episode "Descent".

Film Originated Television Specials - Color Correction

WINNERS


Merlin: Timothy Webber (visual fx supervisor), Timothy Greenwood (associate vfx supervisor), Fiona Walkinshaw (digital fx producer), Asa Shoul (telecine colourist), Steffan Perry (telecine colourist)

Film Originated Television Series - Color Correction

WINNER

Film Originated Television Series - Editor

WINNER

Homicide: Life on the Street: Ken Eluto
For episode "Fallen Heroes", part II.

Engineering Award

WINNER

(Philips Digital Video Systems)
For their development of the Spirit DataCine High Resolution Film Scanner, the result of a joint effort between Philips and Eastman Kodak.

Lifetime Achievement Award

WINNER

Charles A. Steinberg
To the Chairman and CEO of SONY Transcom, Inc.

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