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Visual Effects Society Awards 2005

 

Visual Effects Society Awards 2005

4th Visual Effects Society Awards

February 16, 2006


Best Visual Effects – Motion Picture:
King Kong

The 4th Visual Effects Society Awards, given in Los Angeles on 16 February 2006, honored the best visual effects in film and television. The 2005 VES Awards Premiered on HDNet.

Nominees

(Winners in bold)

Honorary Awards

George Melies Award for Pioneering:

Board of Directors Award:

Film

Outstanding Visual Effects in an Effects Driven Motion Picture:

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Motion Picture:

Best Single Visual Effect of the Year:

Outstanding Performance by an Animated Character in a Live Action Motion Picture:

Outstanding Performance by an Animated Character in an Animated Motion Picture:

Outstanding Created Environment in a Live Action Motion Picture:

Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Motion Picture:

Outstanding Compositing in a Motion Picture:

Television

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series:

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program:

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Miniseries, Movie or Special:

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Commercial:

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Music Video:

Outstanding Performance by an Animated Character in a Broadcast Program, Commercial or Music Video:

Outstanding Created Environmentin a Broadcast Program, Commercial or Music Video:

Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Broadcast Program, Commercial or Music Video:

Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast Program, Commercial or Music Video:

Video games

Outstanding Real Time Visuals in a Video Game:

Outstanding Pre-Rendered Visuals in a Video Game:

Other

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Special Venue Project:

External links

  • 4th Annual VES Awards Recipients
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