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18th Independent Spirit Awards

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18th Independent Spirit Awards

The 2002 Independent Spirit Awards, honoring the best in independent filmmaking for 2002, were announced on March 22, 2003. It was hosted by John Waters.


  • Nominees and winners 1
    • Best Feature 1.1
    • Best First Feature 1.2
    • Best Director 1.3
    • Best Male Lead 1.4
    • Best Female Lead 1.5
    • Best Supporting Male 1.6
    • Best Supporting Female 1.7
    • Best Screenplay 1.8
    • Best First Screenplay 1.9
    • Best Cinematography 1.10
    • Best Foreign Film 1.11
    • Best Documentary Feature 1.12
    • Best Debut Performance 1.13
    • John Cassavetes Award 1.14
    • Truer Than Fiction Award 1.15
    • Producers Award 1.16
    • Someone to Watch Award 1.17
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Nominees and winners

Best Feature

Far from Heaven

Best First Feature

The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys

Best Director

Todd HaynesFar from Heaven

Best Male Lead

Derek LukeAntwone Fisher

Best Female Lead

Julianne MooreFar from Heaven

Best Supporting Male

Dennis QuaidFar from Heaven

Best Supporting Female

Emily MortimerLovely & Amazing

Best Screenplay

The Good GirlMike White

Best First Screenplay

SecretaryErin Cressida Wilson

Best Cinematography

Far from HeavenEdward Lachman

Best Foreign Film

Y Tu Mamá TambiénMexico

Best Documentary Feature

Bowling for Columbine

Best Debut Performance

Nia VardalosMy Big Fat Greek Wedding

John Cassavetes Award

Personal Velocity

Truer Than Fiction Award

Love & Diane

Producers Award

Effie Brown – Real Women Have Curves and Stranger Inside

Someone to Watch Award

Przemyslaw Reut – Paradox Lake


External links

  • 2002 Spirit Awards at IMDb
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