19th Independent Spirit Awards
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19th Independent Spirit Awards
19th Independent Spirit Awards
DateFebruary 28, 2004
SiteU.S.
Hosted byJohn Waters
Highlights
Best FilmLost in Translation
Most awardsLost in Translation (4)
Most nominationsIn America (6)

The 19th Independent Spirit Awards, honoring the best in independent filmmaking for 2003, were announced on February 28, 2004. It was hosted by John Waters.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

Nominees and winners

Best Feature

Lost in Translation

Best First Feature

Monster

Best Director

Sofia CoppolaLost in Translation

Best Male Lead

Bill MurrayLost in Translation

Best Female Lead

Charlize TheronMonster

Best Supporting Male

Djimon HounsouIn America

Best Supporting Female

Shohreh AghdashlooHouse of Sand and Fog

Best Screenplay

Lost in TranslationSofia Coppola

Best First Screenplay

The Station AgentTom McCarthy

Best Cinematography

In AmericaDeclan Quinn

Best Foreign Film

Whale Rider o New Zealand

Best Documentary Feature

The Fog of War

Best Debut Performance

Nikki ReedThirteen

John Cassavetes Award

The Station Agent

Truer Than Fiction Award

Lost Boys of Sudan

Producers Award

Mary Jane SkalskiThe Jimmy Show and The Station Agent

Someone to Watch Award

Andrew BujalskiFunny Ha Ha

Special Distinction Award

Films with multiple nominations

  • In America-6
  • American Splendor-5
  • Raising Victor Vargas-5
  • Lost in Translation-4
  • Shattered Glass-4
  • House of Sand and Fog-3
  • Monster-3
  • Pieces of April-3
  • Thirteen-3
  • Anne B. Real-2
  • Elephant-2
  • Blue Car-2
  • My Architect-2
  • Soldier's Girl-2

Films with multiple wins

  • Lost in Translation-4
  • The Station Agent-3
  • In America-2
  • Monster-2

External links

References

  1. ^ "'American' Beauties". Entertainment Weekly. 2003-12-03. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "The 'best' season begins". Los Angeles Times. 2003-12-04. Retrieved .
  3. ^ ""In America," "American Splendor," and "Raising Victor Vargas" Top Nominees for 2004 IFP Independent". indieWire. 2003-12-04. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "'Lost in Translation' Captures Top Prizes at Spirit Awards". Los Angeles Times. 2004-02-29. Retrieved .
  5. ^ ""Lost In Translation" Tops Independent Spirit Awards, "Station Agent" Another Big Winner". indieWire. 2004-02-28. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Translation captures Spirit awards". BBC News. 2004-02-29. Retrieved .
  7. ^ "'Lost in Translation' finds success at Independent Spirit". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 2004-03-01. Retrieved .

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