The 42nd Annual Saturn Awards nominations are announced for 2016!
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The Saturn Awards organization is the official awards group of The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films. The Academy was founded in 1972 and is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
The organization was founded in 1972 by Donald A. Reed who earned two degrees at the University of Southern California. As a life-long fan of genre entertainment, he became noted as one of the leading authorities on Count Dracula. That dedication and passion soon took shape as the Academy and the Saturn Awards. Dr. Reed was devoted to the genres right up to his passing in 2001.
The Academy is now headed by an equally-devoted group of enthusiasts including Mark Altman (film and television producer), Kevin and Bradley Marcus (feature film writers), and Robert Holguin who currently serves as President of the Academy.
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The Saturn Awards nominations have officially been announced for 2016. The film
which received the most nominations this year is Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
This spectacular film received fifteen (15) Saturn Awards nominations. Crimson
Peak and Mad Max: Fury Road both received nine (9) nominations apiece.
In the area of television, The Walking Dead, garnered seven (7) nominations.
Game of Thrones received five (5) nominations. This year our organization created
a new category, Best New Media Television Series, to recognize programs which
are produced and streamed online.
The Saturn Awards has launched our official YouTube Channel this year. We will
be placing content which will be of great interest to the genre film and television
enthusiast. We are debuting with the reading of this year's Saturn nominations on
We recently held an event to announce this year's Saturn nominations. We also
hosted discussions about the film and tv shows which were nominated. We invite
you to visit our Youtube Channel to learn of this year's nominations.
Participating in this program are several noted celebrities who announced the official
nominations. They are Lance Reddick (Bosch, Fringe), Clare Kramer (Buffy The
Vampire Slayer), Johnathon Schaech (DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Ray Donovan),
and Brianne Davis (The Night Visitor, Synchonicity).
Following the reading of the nominations several genre experts sat down to discuss
the nominations. The panelists are Mark Hughes (Forbes), Sean Gerber (Modern
Myth Media), Valerie Perez (Saturn Awards Ambassador), and Silas Lesnick,
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Television Nominations link on YouTube: https://youtu.be/MsAQzS3YdWc
Saturn Award spokesperson Jeff Rector presided over the event.
We have a specially-added category for Local Live Stage Production which can
only be voted by members who live in Southern California. The nominees are:
Best Local Live Stage Production:
An Act of God (Ahmanson Theatre)
Bent (The Mark Taper Forum)
Carrie? The Musical (La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts)
Side Show (3-D Theatricals)
Tarzan (3-D Theatricals)
The Lion King (Segerstrom Center for the Arts)