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AND THE WINNER IS...
HACKWRITERS CINEMA AWARDS 'THE BEASTIES'


Our awards are simple. Did the film succeed in making us laugh, or cry, or thrill. Did it actually do what it set out to do on the poster? Was it worth £8 pounds a ticket? (almost $12 dollars US a ticket). If so, they got a vote. At the end of the judging period- March 2002, the Hackwriters team voted. We hired a virtual hall, made do with some virtual stars and producers and hey presto on a glittering night we awarded them their 'Beasties' . Some wept, some spoke too long and some lived to regret it. We make no apologies. It's our 'Beastie' and our choice. Get your own awards if you don't agree.

BEST FILM

In the Mood For Love - Wong Kar-Wai
Moulin Rouge - Baz Luhrmann
Shrek - Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson
Amelie - Jean-Pierre Jeunet
The Vertical Ray of the Sun - Trah Anh Hung
The Royal Tenenbaums - Wes Andersen
Ghost World - Terry Zwigoff
Crimson Rivers -Mathieu Kassovitz
Le Gout des Autres - Agnes Jaoui
And the winner is: Shrek
Best Performance:

Steve Buscemi - Ghost World
Tony Leung - In the Mood for Love
Gene Hackman - Royal Tenenbaums
Gene Hackman - The Heist
Helen Mirren - Gosford Park
Vincent Cassel- Crimson Rivers
Frances McDormand - The Man Who Wasn't There

And the winner is:
Steve Buscemi

Best Screenplay :

Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson-
The Royal Tenenbaums
Daniel Clowes and Terry Zwigoff-
Ghost World
Christopher Nolan-
Momento
David Mamet-
The Heist

And the winner is:
Ghost World

Honourable Mention:
Goya in Bordeaux
Final Fantasy


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