Other film winners include “The 40-Year-Old Version,” “One Night in Miami,” “Soul” and “Minari”
Two films starring Sacha Baron Cohen, “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” and “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” are among the film winners at the Casting Society of America’s 36th annual Artios Awards, which are being presented on Thursday evening in a virtual ceremony hosted by Yvette Nicole Brown.
TheWrap will update the list of winners as additional categories are announced.
“Borat” won in the big-budget comedy category, while “Chicago 7” won for big-budget drama.
In other film categories, the award for casting studio or independent films went to “The 40-Year-Old Version” for comedy and “One Night in Miami” for drama. “Minari” won the award for a low-budget film, while “The Surrogate” won for micro budget. “Soul” won the award for casting an animated film.
Awards for theater, which was closed for most of 2020, included the Broadway shows “Slave Play,” “Tina: The Tina Turner Musical” and “A Soldier’s Play.”
The show also included tributes to the legendary casting directors Lynn Stalmaster and Mike Fenton, both of whom died over the last five months.
Other honorees included casting directors Robi Reed, Tara Rubin and Suzanne Smith, associate casting directors Michael Rios and Gianna Butler, Independent Talent Group co-chairman Duncan Heath, the London theater Donmar Warehouse and the Actors Fund.
Presenters and participants included Angela Bassett, Drew Barrymore, Billy Crystal, Geena Davis, Richard Dreyfuss, Beanie Feldstein, Spike Lee, Leslie Odom Jr., Pedro Pascal and John Travolta.
Animation: “Soul” – Kevin Reher, Natalie Lyon, Kate Hansen-Birnbaum (Associate)
Big Budget – Comedy: “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” – Nancy Bishop
Big Budget – Drama: “The Trial of the Chicago 7” – Francine Maisler, Mia Cusumano (Location Casting), Jennifer Rudnicke (Location Casting), Mickie Pascal (Location Casting), Kathy Driscoll-Mohler (Associate), Molly Rose (Associate), AJ Links (Associate)
Studio Or Independent – Comedy: “The 40-Year-Old Version” – Jessica Daniels
Studio Or Independent – Drama: “One Night in Miami” – Kimberly R. Hardin, Tracy Kilpatrick (Location Casting)
Low Budget – Comedy Or Drama: “Minari” – Julia Kim, Chris Freihofer (Location Casting)
Micro Budget – Comedy Or Drama: “The Surrogate” – Erica Hart
Television Pilot and First Season – Comedy:
Television Pilot and First Season – Drama:
Television Series – Comedy:
Television Series – Drama:
Film, Non-Theatrical Release:
Live Television Performance, Variety Or Sketch Comedy:
Children’s Pilot and Series (Live Action):
Short Film: “Netuser” – Stephanie Klapper
Short Form Series:
New York Broadway Theatre – Play: “Slave Play” – Taylor WIlliams
New York Broadway Theatre – Musical: “Tina: The Tina Turner Musical” – Patrick Goodwin, Bernard Telsey, Lauren Harris (Associate)
New York Broadway Theatre – Revival, Play: “A Soldier’s Play” – Jim Carnahan
New York Theatre – Play: “All the Natalie Portmans” – Will Cantler, Destiny Lilly
New York Theatre – Musical: “Little Shop of Horrors” – Jim Carnahan
Regional Theatre – Play: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” – Jim Carnahan, Alexandre Bleau
Regional Theatre – Musical: “Six” – Tara Rubin, Peter Van Dam
Los Angeles Theatre: “Little Shop of Horrors” – Ryan Bernard Tymensky
Special Theatrical Performance: “Pride Plays” – James Calleri, Erica Jensen, Paul Davis
Theatre Tours: “The Band’s Visit” – Tara Rubin, Peter Van Dam
Rosalie Joseph Humanitarian Award: The Actors Fund
Hoyt Bowers Award: Robi Reed and Tara Rubin
Capelier-Shaw Award for Excellence in Casting: Suzanne Smith
Contribution to Industry Award: Duncan Heath and Donmar Warehouse
Associate Spotlight Award: Michael Rios and Gianna Butler
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