List of awards and nominations received by Carnivàle

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Awards and nominations for Carnivàle
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 10 33
Footnotes

Carnivàle is an American television series that aired on HBO between 2003 and 2005. Created by Daniel Knauf, the show traces the disparate storylines of a young carnival worker named Ben Hawkins (played by Nick Stahl) and a preacher in California named Brother Justin Crowe (Clancy Brown) during the United States Dust Bowl. Although Carnivàle was praised for its production and art style,[1][2] the unfolding story proved too inaccessible for the general audience[3][4] and led to the show's cancellation after two of six planned seasons.[5][6] The inaugural season of Carnivàle garnered numerous awards and nominations, including five Emmy Awards and two Emmy nominations in the creative arts categories. The second season received eight Emmy nominations. Nominations for two Golden Reel Awards, four Satellite Awards and two Saturn Awards did not result in a win. The only actor of Carnivàle's large main cast to win an award was Adrienne Barbeau ("Ruthie") with a WIN Award (Women's Image Network Award). Overall, Carnivàle has received nine awards from twenty-one nominations.

Costume Designers Guild Awards[edit]

Founded in 1999, the Costume Designers Guild Awards honors Costume Designers in Motion Pictures, Television, and Commercials. Carnivàle was nominated for a CDG twice, winning in 2003.[7]

Year Category Nominee Result
2003 Excellence in Period / Fantasy Design for Television Ruth Myers, Terry Dresbach Won
2005 Outstanding Period / Fantasy Television Series Chrisi Karvonides-Dushenko Nominated

Emmy Awards[edit]

The Emmy is a television production award considered the television equivalent to the Academy Award.[8] The inaugural season of Carnivàle received nominations for seven Emmys in 2004, winning five in creative arts categories. The second season received eight further Emmy nominations in 2005 without a win.[9]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2004 Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series John Papsidera, Wendy O'Brien Nominated
2004 Outstanding Main Title Design Angus Wall, Patrick Murphy, Vonetta Taylor Won
2004 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series Bernt Amadeus Capra, Jeremy Cassells, Leslie McCarthy-Frankenheimer, Dan Bishop, Roger L. King, Gary Kosko, Sara Andrews "Milfay" (pilot) Won
2004 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Jeff Jur "Pick A Number" Won
2004 Outstanding Costumes for a Series Ruth Myers, Linda Henrikson, Terry Dresbach, Niklas J. Palm, Lucinda Campbell "Milfay" (pilot) Won
2004 Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series Kerry Mendenhall, Louisa V. Anthony, Elizabeth Rabe "After the Ball Is Over" Won
2004 Outstanding Makeup for a Series (Non-Prosthetic) Steve Artmont, Simone Almekias-Siegl "Babylon" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (dramatic Underscore) Jeff Beal "Lincoln Highway" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series Dan Bishop, Roger L. King, David Morong, Joyce Anne Gilstrap "Old Cherry Blossom Road", "Damascus, NE", "Outside New Canaan" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Jim Denault "The Road to Damascus" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series Jeff Jur "Lincoln Highway" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Costumes for a Series Chrisi Karvonides-Dushenko, Robin Roberts "The Road to Damascus" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series Norma Lee, Nanci Cascio, Violet Ortiz "Outside New Canaan" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Makeup for a Series (non-prosthetic) Steve Artmont, Simone Almekias-Siegl, Heather Plott "Alamogordo, NM" Nominated
2005 Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special Rob Hinderstein, Joel Harlow, Kenny Myers "Damascus, NE" Nominated

Golden Reel Awards[edit]

The Golden Reel Award has been annually presented by the American Motion Picture Sound Editors since 1953, honoring motion picture and television sound editors and their soundtracks. Carnivàle was nominated for two Golden Reel Awards in 2003.[10]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2003 Best Sound Editing in Television Episodic – Sound Effects & Foley Mace Matiosian, William H. Angarola, Bradley C. Katona, Edmond J. Coblentz Jr., Matt Sawelson Nominated
2003 Best Sound Editing in Television Episodic – Dialogue & ADR Mace Matiosian, Ruth Adelman, Lloyd Jay Keiser, Jivan Tahmizian "Tipton" Nominated

Satellite Awards[edit]

The Satellite Award, originally known as the Golden Satellite Award, is an annual award given by the International Press Academy.[11]

Year Category Nominee Result
2003 Best Television Series, Drama Carnivàle Nominated
2003 Best Actor in a Series, Drama Nick Stahl for playing "Ben Hawkins" Nominated
2003 Best Actress an a Series, Drama Amy Madigan for playing "Iris Crowe" Nominated
2003 Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Drama Adrienne Barbeau for playing "Ruthie" Nominated

Saturn Awards[edit]

The Saturn Award is an award presented annually by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films to honor the top works in science fiction, fantasy, and horror in film, television, and home video. Carnivàle was nominated in two categories in 2004, but failed to win in either.[12][13]

Year Category Nominee Result
2004 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Carnivàle Nominated
2004 Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series Nick Stahl for playing "Ben Hawkins" Nominated

VES Awards[edit]

The Visual Effects Society represents the full breadth of visual effects practitioners in all areas of entertainment and honors film, television, commercials, music videos and video games with an award since 2002. Carnivàle won one of three nominations in 2003.[14]

Year Category Nominee Episode Result
2003 Outstanding Special Effects in Service to Visual Effects in a Televised Program, Music Video or Commercial Thomas L. Bellissimo, Charles Belardinelli "Milfay" (pilot) Won
2003 Outstanding Special Effects in Service to Visual Effects in a Televised Program, Music Video or Commercial Thomas L. Bellissimo "Dust Storm" (i.e. "Black Blizzard") Nominated
2003 Outstanding Visual Effects – TV Series David Altenau, Ariel Velasco-Shaw, Thomas L. Bellissimo, Barbara Marshall "Milfay" (pilot) Nominated

Other awards[edit]

Adrienne Barbeau, who played Ruthie, was the only Carnivàle actor to win an award, The WIN Award (Women's Image Network Award).
Year Award Category Nominee Episode Result
2003 Art Directors Guild Award Excellence in Production Design – Single-Camera Television Series[15] Bernt Amadeus Capra, Jeremy Cassells Won
2004 Artios Award Best Casting for TV, Dramatic Pilot[16] John Papsidera, Wendy O'Brien Won
2003 Eddie Award Best Edited One-Hour Series for Non-Commercial Television[17] David Siegel "Creed, OK" Nominated
2004 Women's Image Network Award Best Actress – Episodic Drama Series Adrienne Barbeau for playing "Ruthie" "Day of the Dead" Won
2004 Women's Image Network Award Episodic Drama Series "Insomnia" Won
2005 Women's Image Network Award Drama Series "The Road to Damuscus" Nominated
2005 Women's Image Network Award Actress in Drama Series Clea DuVall "Ingram, TX" Nominated
2004 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Television Series – Recurring Young Actress[18] Erin Sanders for playing "young Iris" Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gallo, Phil (September 11, 2003). "Recently Reviewed – Carnivàle". Variety. Retrieved 2007-07-31. 
  2. ^ Enk, Bryan. "Carnivale: Season Two (HBO)". UGO Networks. Retrieved 2007-07-31. 
  3. ^ Lowry, Brian (January 6, 2005). "Recently Reviewed – Carnivàle". Variety. Retrieved 2007-07-31. 
  4. ^ Havrilesky, Heather. "Gutsy—or just gusty?". salon.com. Retrieved 2007-10-20. 
  5. ^ "Interview de Daniel Knauf" (in French). jimmy.fr. April 2005. Archived from the original on October 10, 2007. Retrieved 2007-10-10. 
  6. ^ Adalian, Josef (May 11, 2005). "Carnivàle packing up". Variety. Retrieved 2007-07-25. 
  7. ^ "Costume Designers Guild Awards Archive". Costume Designers Guild. Retrieved 2008-08-31. 
  8. ^ "Learning English – Words in the News". BBC. September 17, 2007. Retrieved 2008-08-16. 
  9. ^ Primetime Awards. Nominations available as PDF for 2004 and 2005. Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved on 2007-11-01.
  10. ^ Graser, Marc (January 19, 2004). "'Pirates' reels in most MPSE noms". Variety. Retrieved 2007-10-01. 
  11. ^ "International Press Academy: Satellite Awards – 2004 8th Annual Satellite Awards". International Press Academy. Retrieved 2008-08-09. 
  12. ^ "'Rings' circles 13 Saturn noms". The Hollywood Reporter. February 13, 2004. Retrieved 2008-08-18. [dead link]
  13. ^ "Past Award Winners". Saturn Awards. Retrieved 2008-08-18. 
  14. ^ "2nd Annual VES Awards Nominees And Recipients". Visual Effects Society. Retrieved 2007-09-15. 
  15. ^ "Art Directors Guild Announces Winners of Its 2003 Excellence in Production Design/Art Direction Awards". Business Wire. February 15, 2005. Retrieved 2008-08-15. [dead link]
  16. ^ "Artios Award Winners". Casting Society of America. Retrieved 2008-10-16. 
  17. ^ "56th American Cinema Editors (ACE) Eddie Awards". Motion Picture Editors Guild. Retrieved 2008-08-15. 
  18. ^ "Winners and Nominees". Young Artist Awards. Retrieved 2007-11-16. 

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