Are we able to stop talking about The Artist now…? I think so.
Celebrating a category that is deemed unfit for Oscar – a rather shocking oversight, in my opinion – there isn’t a great deal to be surprised by, but some 2012 releases did make the list of nominations, which you can find here.
Ben Affleck received a Career Achievement Award and his Argo casting director, Lora Kennedy, was honoured with The Hoyt Bowers Award For Excellence In Casting. And we all know she’ll be back on that list of nominees for next year.
Check out the full list of winners below:
OUTSTANDING CASTING IN A BIG-BUDGET FEATURE (DRAMA):
Kerry Barden, Paul Schnee – The Help
OUTSTANDING CASTING IN A BIG-BUDGET FEATURE (COMEDY):
Mindy Marin, Kara Lipson – Crazy, Stupid, Love
OUTSTANDING CASTING IN A STUDIO OR INDEPENDENT FEATURE (DRAMA):
Deborah Aquila, Tricia Wood, Nina Gold – My Week With Marilyn
OUTSTANDING CASTING IN A STUDIO OR INDEPENDENT FEATURE (COMEDY):
Heidi Levitt, Michael Sanford – The Artist
OUTSTANDING CASTING IN A LOW-BUDGET FEATURE (DRAMA OR COMEDY):
Susan Shopmaker – Martha Marcy May Marlene
OUTSTANDING CASTING IN AN ANIMATED FEATURE:
Kristy Carlson – Happy Feet Two
CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD:
THE HOYT BOWERS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN CASTING: