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Golden Trailer Awards 2013, vincitori: bene Iron Man 3, Monster University, Skyfall, Argo e Ralph Spaccatutto

Tra i trailer più belli della stagione anche quelli di Una notte da leoni 3 e Silver Linings Playbook

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Sono stati assegnati venerdì sera i Golden Trailer Awards 2013, i riconoscimenti conferiti al miglior materiale promozionale (video e locandine) dell’anno. Trionfa la Disney grazie ad Iron Man 3 (miglior trailer blockbuster estate 2013), Ralph Spaccatutto (miglior trailer film d’animazione), Monster University (trailer più originale e miglior spot d’animazione), Brave (spot tv più originale) e The Avengers (miglior trailer di film di maggior successo). Bene Skyfall (miglior trailer d’azione e miglior sonoro), Argo (miglior trailer drammatico), Una notte da leoni 3 (miglior trailer di una commedia), Silver Linings Playbook (miglior trailer di film romantico) e Fast and Furious 6 (miglior spot tv di film d’azione).

Il trailer più trash dell’anno è risultato quello di Spring Breakers, mentre nella categoria Golden Fleece Award, destinata al video promozionale più bello del film, ha vinto la commedia indipendente Hit & Run.

Summer 2013 Blockbuster Trailer
Winner: Iron Man 3 “Not Afraid”, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Trailer Park

Best Action
Winner: Skyfall “Domestic”, MGM/Columbia Pictures, Picture Production Company

Best Animation/Family
Winner: Wreck it Ralph “Dreams”, The Walt Disney Studios, mOcean

Best Comedy
Winner: The Hangover Part III “Teaser”, Warner Bros., mOcean

Best Documentary
Winner: Brooklyn Castle, Producers Distribution Agency, Wheelhouse Creative

Best Drama
Winner: Argo, Warner Bros., AV Squad

Best Horror
Winner: Mama “Forever”, Universal Pictures, Buddha Jones

Best Independent Trailer
Winner: Silver Linings Playbook “Never Met”, Weinstein Co., Buddha Jones

Best Music
Winner: Les Miserables “I Dreamed a Dream”, Universal, Seismic Productions

Best Romance
Winner: Silver Linings Playbook, The Weinstein Co., Motive Creative

Best Thriller
Winner: Trance “Red Band”, Fox Searchlight, Motive Creative

Best Video Game Trailer
Winner: Tomb Raider “Trlr 3 Survivor”, Square Enix/Crystal Dynamics, Ignition Creative

The Don LaFontaine Award for Best Voice Over
Winner: John Dies at the End, Magnolia Pictures/Magnet Releasing, M3 Creative

Golden Fleece
Winner: Hit & Run “With Friends Like These”, Open Road Films, Buddha Jones

Most Original Trailer
Winner: Monsters University “Admissions”, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures/Pixar, Trailer Park

Trashiest Trailer
Winner: Spring Breakers, A24 Films, Mark Woollen & Associates

GTA’s Top of the Box Office Award for 2012
Marvel’s The Avengers, The Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Best Motion/Title Graphics
Winner: Argo “Trailer”, Warner Bros., AV Squad

Best Sound Editing
Winner: Flight “Impact Review”, Paramount Pictures, Buddha Jones

Best Trailer – No Movie
Winner: Our Robot Overloards, The Editpool

Best Original Score
Winner: Skyfall “Teaser Trailer”, MGM/Columbia Pictures, Picture Production Co.

Best Foreign Action Trailer
Winner: The Thieves, Well Go, Red Circle, Inc.

Best Foreign Animation/Family Trailer
Winner: From Up on Poppy Hill, GKids, Zealot Productions Inc.

Best Foreign Comedy Trailer
Winner: Starbuck, eOne Films, Wink Creative

Best Foreign Documentary Trailer
Winner: The Gatekeepers, Sony Pictures Classics, Wheelhouse Creative

Best Foreign Drama Trailer
Winner: Unfinished Song, The Weinstein Company, Zealot Productions Inc

Best Foreign Graphics in a Trailer
Winner: Painted Skin: The Resurrection, Beijing Enlight Pictures, Beijing Trailer Movie Culture Media Co.

Best Foreign Horror/Thriller Trailer
Winner: The Awakening, Cohen Media Group, Zealot Productions Inc.

Best Foreign Romance Trailer
Winner: The Boy Who Smells Like Fish, Alliance Films/RED DRUM/ Star Castle Distribution, Art Kingdom

Most Original Foreign Trailer
Winner: Kill Me Please, Atlantis Entertainment, Fleischmann Trailer

Best Action TV Spot
Winner: Fast & Furious 6 “Breathe (Superbowl)”, Universal, AV Squad

Best Animation/Family TV Spot
Winner: Monsters University “College AD Imagine”, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, mOcean

Best Comedy TV Spot
Winner: Ted “Name Game”, Universal, In Sync Advertising

Best Drama TV Spot
Winner: Lincoln “Vote”, DreamWorks/Touchstone Pictures/Participant, Wild Card

Best Foreign TV Spot
Winner: Rust and Bone “Sexy Action”, Sony Pictures Classics, In Sync Advertising

Best Graphics in a TV Spot
Winner: The Expendables 2 “Tank Review”, Lionsgate, Trailer Park

Best Horror TV Spot
Winner: Sinister “No One”, Lionsgate/Summit, Open Road Entertainment

Best Independent TV Spot
Winner: End of Watch “Sound Review”, Open Road Films, Aspect Ratio

Best Music TV Spot
Winner: Django Unchained “Unchained BET”, The Weinstein Co., Ignition Creative

Best Romance TV Spot
Winner: Safe Haven “Secret”, Relativity Media, mOcean

Best Summer Blockbuster 2013 TV Spot
Winner: Fast & Furious 6 “Breathe (Superbowl)”, Universal, AV Squad

Best Thriller TV Spot
Winner: Dredd “Big Addicted”, Lionsgate, Fishbowl

Best Video Game TV Spot
Winner: Need for Speed “Showdown Accolades”, EA Games, Industry Creative

Best Voice Over TV Spot
Winner: Hansel & Gretel Witch Hunters “Brutal”, Paramount Pictures, AV Squad

Most Original TV Spot
Winner: Brave “Mothers Day 60?, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures/Pixar, Trailer Park

Best Action Poster
Winner: The Expendables 2: Last Supper, Lionsgate, Ignition

Best Animation/Family Poster
Winner: Life of Pi, “Mosaic”, 20th Century Fox International, The Refinery

Best Comedy Poster
Winner: Ted “Laughing”, Universal Pictures, Ignition

Best Documentary Poster
Winner: The House I Live In, Charlotte Street Films, Cold Open

Best Drama Poster
Winner: Argo, Warner Bros., AV Squad Print/Blood & Chocolate

Best Horror Poster
Winner: The Last Exorcism 2 “Backbend”, CBS Films, Ignition

Best Independent Poster
Winner: Beasts of the Southern Wild, Fox Searchlight

Best International Poster
Winner: Skyfall, Eon Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Sony Pictures Releasing, Empire Design

Best Romance Poster
Winner: Safe Haven “One Sheet”, Relativity, Works ADV

Best Summer 2013 Blockbuster Poster
Winner: Man of Steel “Teaser”, Warner Bros., WORKS ADV

Best Teaser Poster
Winner: A Good Day to Die Hard, 20th Century Fox, Cold Open

Best Thriller Poster
Winner: Trance, Fox Searchlight

Best Video Game Poster
Winner: Tomb Raider “Tomb Raider”, Square Enix, Ignition

Best Wildposts (a series of posters)
Winner: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone “Wildposts”, Warner Bros., WORKS ADV

Most Original Poster
Winner: Texas Chainsaw 3D “Special Screening Art”, Lionsgate, Ignition

Trashiest Poster
Winner: A Haunted House, Open Road Films, Cimarron Entertainment

Best Foreign Poster
Winner: Mabo, Black Fella Films, The Solid State

Best Pre-show Theatrical Advertising for a Brand
Winner: A Good Day To Die Hard “Go Big Regal”, 20th Century Fox, In Sync

Most Innovative Advertising for a Feature Film
Winner: The Campaign “Cam Dollar”, Warner Bros. Pictures, mOcean

Best Film Festival Trailer
Winner: The 50th New York Film Festival, Film Society of Lincoln Center, Kinetic

Best Film Festival Poster
Winner: The Last Stand “New York Comic-Con”, Lionsgate, Ignition