The WIN Awards
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Article Date: October 21, 2004 | Publication: Women's Image Network | Author: Press Release
Women's Image Network (WIN), levels the playing field for women each year by producing The WIN Awards which venerate films, shows, and commercials, which either feature female protagonists OR that have been directed/created by a women.
On Sunday, November 7, 2004, WIN will present over fifty WIN awards to television and interactive commercials, feature films and television shows that feature female protagonists at its annual gala to be held in Los Angeles.
WIN will also honor Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Leo Burnett Worldwide, Linda Wolf, with The Harriett Abbott Award for Lifetime Achievement in Advertising. This inaugural advertising award was named for Harriett Abbott, the pen name for America’s first female ad copywriter, Helen Resor.
Catherine Hardwicke, director of the breakout independent film THIRTEEN starring Holly Hunter and Nikki Reed, will also be honored at the WIN Awards ceremony. Hardwicke will be on hand to accept the Chaplin Limelight Award which was established in 1993 to spotlight emerging women directors, who bring a sense of innovation and originality, together with a standard of excellence, to their creative pursuits. Last year’s recipient, director, Vicky Jenson, (SHREK, SHARK TALE), will present to Hardwicke.
WIN founder, Phyllis Stuart said, "Although WIN is in its eleventh year, this is the first time we have included advertising in our film and television award show. WIN is thrilled to honor Wonder Woman, Linda Wolf, who is smart, effective and kind. Linda knows that women purchase eighty percent of the stuff and has long fought to dispel female stereotypes in advertising."
Say Stuart, "Catherine Hardwicke is my hero; with very little time and money she directed and co-wrote THIRTEEN with a thirteen-year old actress and caught the brass ring a thriving directing career. Catherine is a stand-out filmmaker who combines a hip, cutting-edge creative style with the timeless qualities of perseverance and tenacity". Hardwicke is wrapping her second feature LORDS OF DOGTOWN with Heath Ledger and Emile Hirsch and will next direct Aron Eckhart in BURDEN.
Linda Wolf is Leo Burnett Worldwide's chairman and chief executive officer, responsible for the agency's global operations spanning 80+ countries and more than 200 units. Since assuming the helm in January 2001, Linda has grown Burnett through numerous new business wins and expanded assignments with existing clients such as Kellogg's, Hallmark, Nintendo, Disney and Procter & Gamble. Her efforts to strategically expand and diversify the network have resulted in the addition of full-service agencies and an increased emphasis on marketing services, rolling together interactive, direct, database, promotion and other specialty marketing assets under Arc Worldwide spanning 23 countries. Under Linda's leadership, the creative bar has been raised as evidenced by Burnett's consistent ranking among the top five most-awarded agency networks the last four years according to The Gunn Report.
Her emphasis on brilliant, standard-setting work is rooted in her commitment to deliver business results for clients, which Burnett does time and again as demonstrated at the annual Effie Awards recognizing advertising effectiveness. Flagship agency Leo Burnett USA has been the most awarded agency at the Effies three years running, making it the "Most Effective Agency in America."
Previously as CEO of Leo Burnett USA , Linda played an integral part in the most aggressive growth and diversification drive in Burnett's history, including strategic moves into healthcare, technology, urban marketing and Hispanic marketing. Under her leadership, Leo Burnett USA won more than $600 million in billings from 13 new clients in 2000. Linda currently sits on the boards of Chicago 's Field Museum of Natural History, Children's Memorial Hospital , The Off The Street Club, the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, and the Economic Club of Chicago. She is a member of the University of Illinois Advisory Board , The Chicago Network and The Committee of 200. Linda was also named the Women's Advertising Club of Chicago's 2000 "Advertising Woman of the Year."
Former WIN Lifetime Achievement honorees include: Lauren Shuler Donner, Jane Campion, Lauren Bacall, Lily Tomlin, Pierce Brosnan, Lynn Redgrave, Laura Ziskin and Tichi Wilkerson.
Formerly a by-invitation only award, four years ago WIN began inviting networks and studios to compete in these categories: Films, Comedy Series, Episodic Drama, Animation, Reality Series, News Series, Shows/Films Directed By A Woman and now Commercials (Internet & Television) spots Art Directed, Written OR Directed By A Woman.
WIN Ad Award illustrious advertising creatives judges include: Michael Conrad: Dean, Cannes Lions Academy, Charlotte Moore, Sally Hogshead, Cheryl Berman, CCO, Leo Burnett Worldwide, Ellen Steinberg, Amee Shah: Bartle, Bogle & Hegarty, Monica Taylor, Weiden+Kennedy, Tone Garmann: New Deal-DDB, Jamie Barrett: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, Joyce King Thomas, McCann-Erickson, David Oakley: Boone/Oakley, Chris Staples: Rethink, Luke Sullivan: GSD+M and Jury Chairman, Liz Paradise, Mckinney+Silver.
The WIN Awards Show is scheduled for November 7, 2004 in Los Angeles, with follow-up presentations of the commercials in New York City in January and travelling to Austin, San Francisco, Chicago and Miami.
The 2004 WIN AWARD nominees are:
EPISODIC DRAMA SERIES:
1. ALIAS, "Full Disclosure," Touchstone Television, Producers: J.J. Abrams, Ken Olin, John Eisendrath
2. CARNIVALE, "Insomnia", HBO, Producers: Daniel Knauf, Howard Klein, Ronald D. Moore, Henry Bromwell, Kelly McCarthy, Scot Winant
3. CROSSING JORDAN, "Second Chances," NBC/Tailwind, Producers: Tim Kring, Dennis Hammer, Allan Arkush, David Aman, Kathy McCormick
4.7th HEAVEN ‘Go Ask Alice’, Spelling Television, Producers: Brenda Hampton, Aaron Spelling, E. Duke Vincent, Sue Tenney
5. THIRD WATCH, "Payback", John Wells Productions, Producers: Christopher Chulack, Brooke Kennedy, John Wells, Edward Allen Bernero
6. THE DISTRICT, "Passing Time", Universal Television/ CBS Productions, Producers: Denise DiNovi, Pamela Veasey
1. JENNIFER GARNER, Alias, "Full Disclosure"
2. ADRIENNE BARBEAU, Carnivale, "Day of the Dead"
3. MOLLY PRICE, Third Watch, "Higher Calling"
4. CATHERINE HICKS, 7TH Heaven, "Two Weddings, An Engagement and a Funeral"
5. JILL HENNESSY, Crossing Jordan, "Second Chances"
6. BRITTANY SNOW, American Dreams, "To Tell The Truth, #213"
7. CATHERINE BELL, JAG, "Take It Like A Man"
1. VICTOR GARBER, Alias, "Full Disclosure"
2. TOM VERICA, American Dreams, "No Way Out" , ‘#219’
3. CRAIG T. NELSON, The District, "Passing Time"
4. MIGUEL FERRAR, Crossing Jordan, "Second Chances"
5. NICK STAHL, Carnivale, "Insomnia"
6. GRANT SHOW, Strong Medicine, "Identity Crisis"
1. LESS THAN PERFECT, "Roomies," Wass/Stein Productions/Touchstone Television , Director: Ted Wass, Writer: Cynthia Greenburg, Producers: Nina Wass, Eugene Stein, Christine Zander
2. SEX AND THE CITY, "An American Girl in Paris," HBO, Director: Tim Van Patten, Writer: Michael Patrick King, Producers: Michael Patrick King, John Melfi, Cindy Chupack, Sarah Jessica Parker
3. HOPE & FAITH, "The Diner Story,", Industry Entertainment/Touchstone Television, Director: Gil Junger, Writer: Andrew Kreisberg, Producers: Joanna Johnson, Gil Junger, Emile Levisetti, Guymon Casady, Geyer Kosinski
4. LIFE WITH BONNIE, "The Merry Ole Land of Oz", Bob & Alice Productions/ Touchstone Television, Director: Bonnie Hunt, Writers: Bonnie Hunt, Don Lake, Producers: Bonnie Hunt, Don Lake, Norma Safford Vela, Frank Mula
5. GEORGE LOPEZ, "Bringing Home The Bacon", Mohawk Productions/Warner Brothers Television, Director: John Pasquin, Writer: Dailyn Rodriguez, Producers: Bruce Helford, Deborah Oppenheimer, Robert Borden, Sandra Bullock, Rachel Sweet, Mark Torgove, Paul A. Kaplan
6. GIRLFRIENDS, "New York Bound/Unbound", Happy Camper Productions / Grammnet Productions/Paramount Television, Director: Salim Akil, Writer: Mara Brock Akil, Producers: Mara Brock Akil, Kelsey Grammer, Regina Y. Hicks, Michael B. Kaplan
7. EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND, "The Ingrate", Worldwide Pants Inc./ Where’s Lunch Productions / HBO Independent Productions, Director: Gary Halvorson, Writer: Aaron Shure, Producers: Stu Smiley , Rory Rosegarten, Lew Schneider, Tucker Cawley, Steve Skrovan, Jeremy Stevens, Ray Romano, Philip Rosenthal
SEX AND THE CITY
COMEDY SERIES -ACTRESSES
1. SARA RUE, Less than Perfect, "Roomies"
2. SARAH JESSICA PARKER, Sex And The City, "An American Girl In Paris (Part Deux)"
3. CONSTANCE MARIE, George Lopez, "Bringing Home the Bacon"
4. BONNIE HUNT, Life With Bonnie, "The Merry Ole Land of Oz"
5. PATRICIA HEATON, Everybody Loves Raymond, "The Ingrate"
6. KELLY RIPA, Hope & Faith, "The Diner Story"
7. TRACEE ELLIS ROSS, Girlfriends, "New York Bound/Unbound"
1. RAY ROMANO, Everybody Loves Raymond, "The Ingrate"
2. ZACHARY LEVI, Less Than Perfect, "Roomies,"
3. TED McGINLEY, Hope & Faith, "The Diner Story"
4. GEORGE LOPEZ, George Lopez, "Bringing Home the Bacon"
5. LARRY DAVID, Curb Your Enthusiasm, "Ben’s Birthday Party"
1. "Driven: Jessica Simpson," VH1, Producers: Mark Ford, Kevin Lopez, Suzanne Ross, Alex Castino, Michael Hirschorn, Shelly Tatro
2. "Driven: Janet Jackson," VH1, Suzanne Ross, George Moll, Carey Zeiser
3. "Conversation from the Edge with Carrie Fisher-Susan Sarandon," Oxygen, Host: Carrie Fisher, Executive Producer: Neal Kendall, Jeanne-Kazumi Petrone
4. "E! The True Hollywood Story, Katie Couric," E! Entertainment, Producer: Wiiliam Neal
5. "How Do I Look? #13", E!, Style Network, Producers: Deana Delshad Schwartz, Ann Lewis Roberts, Sabrine Mance
6. "E! The True Hollywood Story, Heather Mills McCartney", Producers: William Neal, Wendy Quinn
7. "E! The True Hollywood Story, Ellen DeGeneres", Producers: Michael Hacker, William Neal
8. "Clean House, #Episode 8", E!, Style Network, Producers: Ann Lewis Roberts, Kate Coe
1."AS TOLD BY GINGER", ‘No Turning Back’, Nickelodeon / Klasky-Csupo, Producers: Maureen Iser, Susan Ward, Emily Kapnek, Eryk Casemiro
2. THE FAIRLY ODD PARENTS", ‘Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour’, Nickelodeon, Producers: Butch Hartman, Gene Grillo, Steve Marmel
3. "MY LIFE AS A TEENAGE ROBOT", ‘Hostile Makeover’, Nickelodeon / Frederator Inc./ MTV, Producers: Fred Seibert, Rob Renzetti, Debby Hindman
4. "ALL GROWN UP", ‘Susie Sings The Blues’, Nickelodeon / Klasky-Csupo, Producers: Monica Piper, Jim Duffy, John Holmquist
5."KING OF THE HILL", ‘Ceci N’est Pas Une’, 20th Century Fox, Executive Producer: Mike Judge, John Altschuler, Greg Daniels, Dave Krinsky
ACTRESSES IN ANIMATION SERIES:
1. KATHY NAJIMY, "KING OF THE HILL", ‘Ceci N’est Pas Une’
2. CREE SUMMER, "ALL GROWN UP, ‘Susie Sings The Blues’
3. MELISSA DISNEY, "AS TOLD BY GINGER, ‘No Turning Back’
4. LARAINE NEWMAN, "AS TOLD BY GINGER, ‘No Turning Back’
5. CAROLYN LAWRENCE, "THE ADVENTURES OF JIMMY NEUTRON,
‘The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour’
6. TARA STRONG, "THE FAIRLY ODD PARENTS", ‘Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, ‘The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour’
ACTORS IN ANIMATION SERIES:
1. MIKE JUDGE, "KING OF THE HILL", Ceci N’est Pas Une’
2. KENNY BLANK, "AS TOLD BY GINGER, ‘No Turning Back’
3. CHAD DORECK, "MY LIFE AS A TEENAGE ROBOT", ‘Hostile Makeover’
4. MICHAEL BELL, "ALL GROWN UP, ‘Susie Sings The Blues’
5. CLANCY BROWN, "ALL GROWN UP, ‘Susie Sings The Blues’
1. UNTIL THE VIOLENCE STOPS Lifetime Television, Producers: Abby Epstein, Paulo Netto
2. TUPAC: Resurrection MTV Films, Amaru Entertainment, Producers: Lauren Lazin, Preston Holmes, Karolyn Ali
3. WOMEN AND THE BADGE, Caught in the Crossfire Oxygen, Producers: Kathleen Minton Catapano, Kit Laybourne, Allison Howard, Amy Emerich
4. A BOY’S LIFE HBO, Producer: Rory Kennedy, Liz Garbus
5. BEAH, A Black Woman Speaks HBO, Producers: Neda Armian, Jonathan Demme, LisaGay Hamilton, Joe Viola
6. THE DAY I WILL NEVER FORGET Cinemax Reel Life, Producer: Kim Longinotto
7. JESUS, MARY and DaVINCI ABC NEWS, Producer: Yael Lavie
1. ABC NEWS: 20/20, "He Said, She Said Correspondent: Deborah Roberts, Producer, Melissa Cornich
2. ABC Primetime Thursday, "Private Jessica Lynch: An American Story," Correspondent, Diane Sawyer, Producers: Muriel Pearson, Jessica Velmans, Robert Lange, Howard Rosenberg, Jon Meyersohn, Christina Romano
3. ABC Primetime Thursday, "Charlize Theron," Correspondent, Diane Sawyer, Producers, Jacqueline Payson, David Doss, Robert Lange, Ann Reynolds, Jessica Velamans
4. NICK NEWS, "The Courage To Live: Kids, South Africa & AIDs", Producers: Mark Lyons, Josh Veselka
FILM OR TV SHOW DIRECTED BY A WOMAN:
1. THE GILMORE GIRLS, "Raincoats And Recipes," Director: Amy Sherman-Palladino
2. IRON JAWED ANGELS, Director: Katja von Garnier
3. AMERICAN DREAMS, "Real to Reel", Jessica Yu
5. A BOY’S LIFE, Rory Kennedy
6. TUPAC: Resurrection, Director, Lauren Lazin
7. THIRTEEN, Director, Catherine Hardwicke
8. DEAR FRANKIE, Director, Shona Auerbach
9. SOMETHING’S GOTTA GIVE, Director, Nancy Meyers
MADE FOR TV MOVIES / MINI SERIES:
1. GRACIE’S CHOICE, Von Zereck-Sertner Films, Lifetime Television, Director: Peter Werner, Writer Article: Rena Dictor LeBlanc, Writer Teleplay: Joyce Eliason, Producers: Robert M. Sertner, Frank von Zerneck, Stephanie Germaine, Mike Robe
2. IRON JAWED ANGELS, Spring Creek Productions/HBO Films, Writers: Jennifer Friedes (story), Sally Robinson (screenplay), Director: Katja von Garnier
3. ANGELS IN AMERICA, Avenue Pictures/HBO Films, Writer: Tony Kushner, Director: Mike Nichols, Producers: Celia D.Costas, Cary Brokaw
ACTRESS IN A MFT Movie/Mini Series:
1. MERYL STREEP, Angels In America
2. MARY-LOUISE PARKER, Angels in America
3. ANJELICA HUSTON, Iron Jawed Angels
4. HILARY SWANK, Iron Jawed Angels
5. ANNE HECHE, Gracie’s Choice
6. KRISTEN BELL, Gracie’s Choice
ACTORS IN A MFT Movie/Mini Series:
1. AL PACINO, Angels In America
2. JEFFREY WRIGHT, Angels In America
3. JUSTIN KIRK, Angels In America
4. PATRICK DEMPSEY, Iron Jawed Angels
1. MONA LISA SMILE, Revolution Studios, Columbia Pictures, Director: Mike Newell, Writers: Lawrence Konner, Mark Rosenthal, Producers: Elaine Goldsmith- Thomas, Deborah Schnindler, Paul Schiff
2. THE MISSING, Revolution Studios, Columbia Pictures, Director: Ron Howard, Writer: Ken Kaufman, Producers: Brian Grazer, Daniell Ostroff
3. SOMETHING’S GOTTA GIVE, Waverly Films, Columbia Picture, Director: Nancy Meyers, Writer: Nancy Meyers, Producers: Bruce A. Block, Suzanne Farwell, Nancy Meyers
4. 13 GOING ON 30, Revolution Studios, Columbia Pictures, Director: Gary Winick, Writer: Josh Goldsmith, Cathy Yuspa, Producers: Gina Matthews, Susan Arnold, Donna Arkoff Roth
5. THIRTEEN, Fox Searchlight Pictures, Director: Catherine Hardwicke, Writers: Catherine Hardwicke, Nikki Reed, Producers: Jeffrey Levy-Hinte, Michael London, Holly Hunter, Liza Chasin, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner
6. DEAR FRANKIE, Pathe Pictures, Scorpio Films, Sigma Films, Scottish Screen, Miramax, Director: Shona Auerbach, Writer: Andrea Gibb, Producer: Caroline Wood
1. HOLLY HUNTER, Thirteen
2. NIKKI REED, Thirteen
3. JENNIFER GARNER, 13 Going On 30
4. ALFRE WOODARD, Radio
5. DIANE KEATON, Something’s Gotta Give
6. CATE BLANCHETT, The Missing
7. MARCIA GAY HARDEN, Mona Lisa Smile
8. EMILY MORTIMER, Dear Frankie
1. JOHN SLATTERY, Mona Lisa Smile
2. TOMMY LEE JONES, The Missing
3. JACK NICHOLSON, Something’s Gotta Give
4. MARK RUFFALO, 13 Going On 30
5. GERARD BUTLER, Dear Frankie