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14th Independent Spirit Awards
14th Independent Spirit Awards
DateMarch 20, 1999
SiteSanta Monica, California, U.S.
Hosted byQueen Latifah
Highlights
Best FilmGods and Monsters
Most awardsGods and Monsters (3)
Most nominationsAffliction (6)

The 14th Independent Spirit Awards, honoring the best in independent filmmaking for 1998, were announced on March 20, 1999. It was hosted by Queen Latifah.[1][2][3]

Nominees and winners

Best Feature Best Director
Gods and Monsters Wes AndersonRushmore
Best Male Lead Best Female Lead
Ian McKellenGods and Monsters Ally SheedyHigh Art
Best Supporting Male Best Supporting Female
Bill MurrayRushmore Lynn RedgraveGods and Monsters
Best Screenplay Best First Screenplay
The Opposite of SexDon Roos ?Darren Aronofsky
Best First Feature Best Debut Performance
The Opposite of Sex Evan AdamsSmoke Signals
Best Cinematography Best Foreign Film
Velvet GoldmineMaryse Alberti The Celebration o Denmark

Films that received multiple nominations

Nominations Film
6 Affliction
5 High Art
4 Gods and Monsters
The Opposite of Sex
3 Blind Faith
Claire Dolan
Happiness
?
Smoke Signals
Velvet Goldmine
2 A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries
Niagara, Niagara
Rushmore
Slam
Slums of Beverly Hills

Films that won multiple awards

Awards Film
3 Gods and Monsters
2 High Art
The Opposite of Sex
Rushmore

Special awards

Truer Than Fiction Award

Regret to Inform

Producers Award

Susan A. Stover – The Sticky Fingers of Time & High Art

Someone to Watch Award

David D. Williams – Thirteen

References

  1. ^ ""Affliction" Tops Spirit Award Nominations; "Monster," "Art," and "Sex" Also Nab Numerous Nods". indieWire. 1999-01-08. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "'Gods' a Monster of a Hit at Indie Awards". Los Angeles Times. 1999-03-21. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "An Easy Spirit". Entertainment Weekly. 1999-04-02. Retrieved .

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