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30th Saturn Awards

 

30th Saturn Awards

30th Saturn Awards
Date May 5, 2004
Site California, U.S.

The 30th Saturn Awards, honoring the best in science fiction, fantasy and horror film and television in 2003, were held on May 5, 2004 at the Universal Sheraton Hotel in Los Angeles, California.

The five Best Film categories were respectively won by X2 (Science Fiction), The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (Fantasy), 28 Days Later (Horror), Kill Bill: Volume 1 (Action, Adventure or Thriller), and Finding Nemo (Animation). The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King received the most nominations with thirteen (including two Best Actor nominations and three Best Supporting Actor nominations), and the most wins with eight.

The ceremony marked the only time a person received one single nomination for two different works: James Marsters won the award for Best Supporting Actor on Television for his work on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off series Angel; he portrayed the same character, Spike, in both. Ellen DeGeneres also became the first actress to win an award for voice acting, and the third person to do so after Robin Williams and Scott Weinger in 1992, both for Aladdin.

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • Film 1.1
    • Television 1.2
    • Home video 1.3
    • Special Achievements 1.4
  • External links 2

Winners and nominees

Film

Best Science Fiction Film Best Fantasy Film
Best Horror Film Best Action/Adventure/Thriller Film
Best Director Best Writing
Best Actor Best Actress
Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress
Best Performance by a Younger Actor Best Music
Best Costume Best Make-up
Best Special Effects Best Animated Film

Television

Best Network Television Series Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series
Best Actor on Television Best Actress on Television
Best Supporting Actor on Television Best Supporting Actress on Television
Best Television Presentation

Home video

Best DVD or Blu-ray Release Best DVD Special Edition Release
Best Classic Film Release Best DVD Movie Collection
  • The Adventures of Indiana Jones DVD Collection
  • Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection vol. 2 - 4
  • The Lon Chaney Collection
  • Alien Quadrilogy
  • The Jack Ryan Special Edition DVD Collection
  • X Men Collection
Best DVD Television Release

Special Achievements

External links

  • The Official Saturn Awards Site
  • The Official Saturn Awards Site with Nominations and Winners of 2003
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