6th Indie Series Awards

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6th Indie Series Awards
Date April 1, 2015 (2015-04-01)
Site El Portal Theater, Los Angeles
Highlights
Most nominations Thurston (11)

The 6th Indie Series Awards were held on April 1, 2015 at the El Portal Theater in Los Angeles, hosted by Eric Martsolf.[1] Presented by We Love Soaps, the awards recognize independently produced, scripted entertainment created for the web.[2]

Awards[edit]

The nominations were announced in February 2015,[3] and the awards were given on April 1, 2015.[1] Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface:

Best Web Series (Drama)
Best Web Series (Comedy)
Best Directing (Drama)
  • Matt Eastman, Whatever, Linda
    • Sebastian La Cause, Hustling
    • Alexander JL Theoharis, Job Hunters
    • Mike Donis, Jason Leaver and Navin Ramaswaran, Pete Winning and the Pirates
    • Barry Dodd, Ragged Isle
    • Paul Awad, Thurston
Best Directing (Comedy)
Best Lead Actor (Drama)
  • Sebastian La Cause, Hustling
    • Anthony Anderson, Anacostia
    • Richard Cutting, Milgram and the Fastwalkers
    • Mike Donis, Pete Winning and the Pirates
    • Gianmarco Soresi, Small Miracles
    • Matt Wolf, We Are Angels
Best Lead Actor (Comedy)
  • Ben McEwing, Altruman
Best Lead Actress (Drama)
Best Lead Actress (Comedy)
  • Jackie Geary, Jon and Jen are Married
    • Tiffany Berube, The Tiffany and Erin Show
    • Jillian Clare, Acting Dead
    • Becky Kramer, Jewvangelist
    • Mhairi Morrison, Feathers and Toast
    • Minae Noji, Love Midori
Best Supporting Actor (Drama)
  • Judd Hirsch, Small Miracles
    • Garrett Brennan, Thurston
    • Andrew Glaszek, Hustling
    • Eme Ikwuakor, We Are Angels
    • Gerald McCullouch, Hustling
    • Gordon Thomson, DeVanity
Best Supporting Actor (Comedy)
  • Chris Galya, Acting Dead
    • Sean Eden, High Road
    • Gibson Frazier, Wallflowers
    • Dominic Rains, Love Midori
    • Mike Rock, Jon and Jen are Married
    • Graham Shiels, Love Midori
Best Supporting Actress (Drama)
Best Supporting Actress (Comedy)
  • Alexandra Paul, Mentor
    • Debbie Gibson, Acting Dead
    • Alexandra Jordan, High Road
    • Susan Louise O'Connor, Wallflowers
    • Kim Strother, Down Dog
    • Janet Walmsley, Single & Dating in Vancouver
Best Ensemble (Drama)
  • Anacostia
    • The Dreamers
    • Hustling
    • L.A. Macabre
    • Producing Juliet
    • Thurston
Best Ensemble (Comedy)
  • 39 to Go
Best Guest Actor (Drama)
Best Guest Actor (Comedy)
Best Guest Actress (Drama)
Best Guest Actress (Comedy)
  • Megan Duffy, Dating Pains
Best Writing (Drama)
  • Moshe Mones, Small Miracles
Best Writing (Comedy)
Best Production Design (All Shows)
  • DeVanity - Michael Caruso and Barbara Caruso
    • Acting Dead - Danny Cistone and Shannon Fitzgerald
    • Capitol Hill - Christopher Balder
    • Gays - Peter William Dunn
    • Small Miracles - Jesika Farkas
    • Thurston - Kathryn O'Sullivan and Paul Awad
Best Cinematography (All shows)
  • Thurston - Paul Awad
    • Capitol Hill - Vincent Pierce
    • DeVanity - Rodolphe Portier
    • Ragged Isle - Derek Kimball. David C. Miller and Barry Dodd
    • Still - Jonathan Holbrook
    • We Are Angels - Aaron Garcia
Best Soundtrack (All Shows)
  • Wallflowers - Kieran Turner and Michael Turner
    • Altruman - Robin Geradts-Gill
    • The Dreamers - Kelsey Jorissen
    • Gays - Peter William Dunn
    • People You Know - John Dylan DeLaTorre and Baltimore Russell
    • Ragged Isle - Barry Dodd
Best Original Score (All shows)
Best Editing (All Shows)
Best Visual/Special Effects (All Shows)
  • Milgram and the Fastwalkers - George Canzaniello
Best Costume Design (All Shows)
  • Capitol Hill - Harmony Arnold
    • Chop Socky Boom - Cherelle Ashby and Jonelle Cornwell
    • LARPs: The Series - Samuel Gagnon-Tremblay
    • Small Miracles - Julie Saltman
    • Standard Action - Vanessa Driveness
    • Thurston - Kathryn O'Sullivan
Best Makeup (All Shows)
  • Still - Kate Dixson

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "6th Annual Indie Series Awards: Complete List of Winners". Indie Series Awards. April 2015. Retrieved September 17, 2015.
  2. ^ "Indie Series Awards History and Winners Archive". Indie Series Awards. Retrieved February 16, 2017.
  3. ^ "6th Annual Indie Soap Awards Nominees". Indie Series Awards. February 2015. Retrieved September 27, 2015.

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