Golden Satellites

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1998 - The 3rd Annual Golden Satellite Awards

Picture - Drama
Elizabeth, Produced by Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Alison Owen
The General, Produced by John Boorman
Gods And Monsters, Produced by Paul Colichman, Gregg Fienberg, Mark R. Harris
Saving Private Ryan, Produced by Ian Bryce, Mark Gordon, Gary Levinsohn, Steven Spielberg
The Thin Red Line, Produced by Robert Michael Geisler, Grant Hill, John Roberdeau

Picture - Musical Or Comedy
Little Voice, Produced by Elizabeth Karlsen
Pleasantville, Produced by Robert J. Degus, Jon Kilik, Gary Ross, Steven Soderbergh
Shakespeare in Love, Produced by Donna Gigliotti, Marc Norman, David Parfitt, Harvey Weinstein, Edward Zwick
Waking Ned Devine, Produced by Richard Holmes, Glynis Murray
You've Got Mail, Produced by Nora Ephron, Lauren Shuler-Donner

Picture - Animated Or Mixed Media
Antz, Produced by Brad Lewis, Aron Warner, Patty Wooton
A Bug's Life, Produced by Darla K. Anderson, Kevin Reher
Mulan, Produced by Pam Coates
The Prince Of Egypt, Produced by Penney Finkelman-Cox, Sandra Rabins
The Rugrats Movie, Produced by Gabor Csupo, Arlene Klasky

Actor - Drama
Stephen Fry in Wilde
Brendan Gleeson in The General
Derek Jacobi in Love Is The Devil
Ian Mckellen in Gods And Monsters
Nick Nolte in Affliction
Edward Norton in American History X

Actor - Musical Or Comedy
Ian Bannen And David Kelly in Waking Ned Devine
Warren Beatty in Bulworth
Jeff Bridges in The Big Lebowski
Michael Caine in Little Voice
Robin Williams in Patch Adams

Actress - Drama
Cate Blanchett in Elizabeth
Helena Bonham Carter in The Theory Of Flight
Fernanda Montenegro in Central Station
Susan Sarandon in Stepmom
Meryl Streep in One True Thing
Emily Watson in Hilary And Jackie

Actress - Musical Or Comedy
Jane Horrocks in Little Voice
Holly Hunter in Living Out Loud
Gwyneth Paltrow in Shakespeare in Love
Christina Ricci in The Opposite Of Sex
Meg Ryan in You've Got Mail

Supporting Actor - Drama
Robert Duvall in A Civil Action
Jason Patric in Your Friends & Neighbors
Tom Sizemore in Saving Private Ryan
Donald Sutherland in Without Limits
Billy Bob Thornton in A Simple Plan

Supporting Actor - Musical Or Comedy
Jeff Daniels in Pleasantville
John Goodman in The Big Lebowski
Bill Murray in Rushmore
Bill Nighy in Still Crazy
Geoffrey Rush in Shakespeare in Love

Supporting Actress - Drama
Kathy Burke in Dancing At Lughnasa
Beverly D'angelo in American History X
Kimberly Elise in Beloved
Thandie Newton in Beloved
Lynn Redgrave in Gods And Monsters

Supporting Actress - Musical Or Comedy
Joan Allen in Pleasantville
Kathy Bates in Primary Colors
Brenda Blethyn in Little Voice
Julianne Moore in The Big Lebowski
Joan Plowright in Dance With Me

John Boorman for The General
Shekhar Kapur for Elizabeth
Terrence Malick for The Thin Red Line
Gary Ross for Pleasantville
Steven Spielberg for Saving Private Ryan

Original Screenplay
American History X, Written by David Mckenna
Central Station, Written by Marcos Bernstein, Joćo Emanuel Carneiro
Pleasantville, Written by Gary Ross
Saving Private Ryan, Written by Robert Rodat
Shakespeare in Love, Written by Marc Norman, Tom Stoppard

Adapted Screenplay
Beloved, Adapted by Adam Brooks, Akosua Busia, Richard Lagravenese
Gods And Monsters, Adapted by Bill Condon
Hilary And Jackie, Adapted by Frank Cottrell Boyce
Little Voice, Adapted by Mark Herman
The Thin Red Line, Adapted by Terrence Malick

Beloved, Photographed by Tak Fujimoto
Pleasantville, Photographed by John Lindley
Saving Private Ryan, Photographed by Janusz Kaminski
Shakespeare in Love, Photographed by Richard Greatrex
The Thin Red Line, Photographed by John Toll

Production Design
Beloved, Designed by Kristi Zea
Elizabeth, Designed by John Myhre
Pleasantville, Designed by Jeannine Claudia Oppewall
Shakespeare in Love, Designed by Martin Childs
The Truman Show, Designed by Dennis Gassner

Costume Design
Beloved, Designed by Colleen Atwood
Elizabeth, Designed by Alexandra Byrne
Ever After, Designed by Jenny Beavan
Pleasantville, Designed by Judianna Makovsky
Shakespeare in Love, Designed by Sandy Powell

Film Editing
Beloved, Edited by Andy Keir, Carol Littleton
Pleasantville, Edited by William Goldenberg
Saving Private Ryan, Edited by Michael Kahn
Shakespeare in Love, Edited by David Gamble
The Thin Red Line, Edited by Leslie Jones, Saar Klein, Billy Weber

Original Score
Beloved, Composed by Rachel Portman
City Of Angels, Composed by Gabriel Yared
Pleasantville, Composed by Randy Newman
Saving Private Ryan, Composed by John Williams
The Thin Red Line, Composed by Hans Zimmer

Original Song
"Anyone At All"
From You've Got Mail
Music And Lyric by Carole King, Carole Bayer Sager
"The Flame Still Burns"
From Still Crazy
Music by Marti Frederiksen, Mick Jones Lyric by Chris Difford
"I Don't Want To Miss A Thing"
From Armageddon
Music And Lyric by Diane Warren
"That'll Do"
From Babe: Pig in The City
Music And Lyric by Randy Newman
"When You Believe"
From The Prince Of Egypt
Music And Lyric by Stephen Schwartz

Foreign Film
The Celebration, From Denmark
Central Station, From Brazil
Life Is Beautiful, From Italy
Only Clouds Move The Stars, From Norway
The Separation, From France

Visual Effects
Armageddon, Designed by Richard Hoover, Patrick Mcclung
Babe: Pig in The City, Designed by Animal Logic, Mill Film, Rhythm & Hues
Saving Private Ryan, Designed by Neil Corbould, Stefen Fangmeier, Roger Guyett
Star Trek: Insurrection, Designed by Terry Frazee
What Dreams May Come, Designed by Ellen Somers

Outstanding New Talent: Eamonn Owens in The Butcher Boy

Ensemble Cast Performance: The Thin Red Line