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Recognizing the Achievement of “Minority Report”

“Minority Report” allowed moviegoers to enter a world where advanced technology dictated your innocence. In this article, you will encounter the buzz the film caused throughout Hollywood circles and award committees looking for believable drama within a science fiction setting. Some of the honors include the likes of the Bram Stoker Awards and World Stunt Awards, as well as:

·    Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards , Samantha Morton was nominated for a PFCS Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. Other nominations included Best Cinematography; Best Film Editing; Best Production Design; and Best Visual Effects

·    Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America , Nominated for a Nebula Award for Best Script.
 
Hollywood Film Festival , Won Hollywood Movie of the Year accolades.
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Hugo Awards , Nominated for a Hugo for Best Dramatic Presentation – Long Form.
 
American Cinema Editors , Nominated for an Eddie for Best Edited Feature Film , Dramatic.

·    World Stunt Awards , Won a Taurus Award for Best High Work, which involved a stunt man that chased other men wearing flying backpacks. A drop off of a ladder and exciting crash scene is seen in the movie.
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Young Artist Awards , Nomination for Andrew Sandler for a Young Artist Award in the category of Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actor. Another nomination included Dominic Scott Kay for Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Actor Age Ten or Under.

·    Motion Picture Sound Editors , Nominated for a Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing in Domestic Features – Dialogue & ADR, as well as Best Sound Editing in Domestic Features – Sound Effects & Foley.

·    BMI Film & TV Awards , John Williams won a BMI Film Music Award.

·    Art Directors Guild , Nominated for Excellence in Production Design Award for a Feature Film – Period or Fantasy Films.

·    Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards , Won a Critics Choice Award for Best Composer (John Williams).
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Casting Society of America , Nominated for in the category of Best Casting for Feature Film, Drama.

At the BAFTA Awards, the film was nominated for a BAFTA Film Award for Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects.

·    Scott Frank and Jon Cohen were nominated for a Bram Stoker Award in the category of Best Screenplay.

·    At the Chicago Film Critics Association Awards, Janusz Kaminski was nominated for a CFCA Award for Best Cinematography.

·    At the DVD Exclusive Awards, the film was nominated for a DVD Premiere Award for Best Menu Design.

·    At the Online Film Critics Society Awards, Samantha Morton won an OFCS Award for Best Supporting Actress. The film itself was nominated for the category of Best Art Direction. Additional nominations included Best Cinematography (Janusz Kaminski); Best Director (Steven Spielberg); Best Editing; Best Picture; Best Screenplay, Adapted; Best Sound; and Best Visual Effects.
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At the Visual Effects Society Awards, the film was nominated for the VES Award for Best Compositing in a Motion Picture, as well as Best Effects Art Direction in a Motion Picture.