Celebrating Excellence In British Columbia Film and Television
The sixth annual LEO AWARDS are set to take place on May 28th, 2004 and May 29th, 2004 at the Westin Bayshore Resort & Marina. The LEO AWARDS is where the best and brightest film and television talent and programs in British Columbia will be honoured for their work.
At the heart of the LEO AWARDS is the strength of the British Columbia film and television industry. Providing over 15,000 jobs and generating over $1 billion in economic activity in 2001, the industry plays an integral role in strengthening the economic vitality of British Columbia.
The LEO AWARDS believe that honouring and rewarding individuals for their efforts goes a long way towards fostering a strong future for British Columbia film and television.
LEO AWARDS 2004 Nominees – Dramatic Series
The Nominees for Best Dramatic Series
Stargate SG-1: Producer(s): N. John Smith, Brad Wright, Robert C. Cooper, Michael Greenburg, Richard Dean Anderson, Joseph Mallozzi, Paul Mullie, Andy Mikita, Damian Kindler, Peter DeLuise
The Nominees for Best Lead Performance by a Male
Michael Shanks – Stargate SG-1 – Lifeboat
The Nominees for Best Supporting Performance by a Male
Don S. Davis – Stargate SG-1 – Heroes Part 2
The Nominees for Best Lead Performance by a Female
Amanda Tapping – Stargate SG-1 – Grace
The Nominees for Best Supporting Performance by a Female
Teryl Rothery – Stargate SG-1 – Lifeboat
The Nominees for Best Direction
Andy Mikita – Stargate SG-1 – Heroes Part 2
Amanda Tapping – Stargate SG-1 – Resurrection
The Nominees for Best Screenwriting
Robert C. Cooper – Stargate SG-1 – Heroes Part 2
The Nominees for Best Picture Editing
Eric Hill – Stargate SG-1 – Heroes Part 2
The Nominees for Best Overall Sound
Sina Oroomchi, David Hibbert, Devan Kraushar, David Cur – Stargate SG-1 – Grace
Sina Oroomchi, David Hibbert, Devan Kraushar, Wayne Finucan – Stargate SG-1 – Lost City Part 2
The Nominees for Best Sound Editing
Devan Kraushar, James Wallace, Kirby Jinnah, Kelly Frey, Jason Mauza – Stargate SG-1 – Lost City Part 2
The Nominees for Best Visual Effects
James Tichenor, Craig Vandenbiggelaar, Patrick Kalyn, James Halverson, Chris Doll – Stargate SG-1 – Lost City Part 2
The Nominees for Best Production Design
Bridget McGuire, Peter Bodnarus, James Robbins, Robert Davidson, Mark Davidson – Stargate SG-1 – Lost City Part 2
The Nominees for Best Costume Design
Christina McQuarrie, Lid Hawkins – Stargate SG-1 – Birthrite
The Nominees for Best Make-Up
Jan Newman, Todd Masters, Lise Kuhr, Rachel Griffin, Dorothee Deichmann, Mike Fields – Stargate SG-1 – Enemy Mine
3 thoughts on “SG-1 RECEIVES 16 LEO AWARDS NOMINATIONS”
It saddens me to see Christopher Judge repeatedly “forgotten.”
I have to agree with Monica. Chris Judge has turned in some stellar performances, and it’s difficult to see his contribution glossed over. I just can’t imaging Stargate without Teal’c. 🙁
It is sad that CJ is forgotten again. But I am glad to see MS nominated. Fingers crossed that he’ll win.
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