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NZ Television Awards 2002 Winners List

NZ Television Awards 2002 Winners List


Saturday 29th June 8:30pm


THE TV GUIDE NEW ZEALAND TELEVISION AWARDS 2002

WINNERS LIST

Best Children's Programme
WINNER: cokesmokefreerockquest Richard Hansen (Screentime-Communicado)


New Zealand Television Archive Best Documentary
WINNER: 1951 John Bates (Bates Productions)

Best Drama Programme
WINNER: Fish Skin Suit Larry Parr & Julian Arahanga (Kahukura Productions)


New Zealand On Air Best Drama Series or Serial
WINNER: Being Eve Vanessa Alexander (South Pacific Pictures)

Best Entertainment Programme
WINNER: What Now? 20th Anniversary Special Tony Palmer (TVNZ)

Best Entertainment Series
WINNER: Polyfest 2001 Claudette Hauiti (Front Of The Box Productions)

TVNZ Best Documentary Series
WINNER: Captain’s Log Gresham Bradley & John A. Givins (Livingstone Productions)


Sony Digital Betacam Best Factual Series
WINNER: Country Calendar Frank Torley/Country Calendar Production Team (TVNZ)

NZ House & Garden Best Lifestyle Series
WINNER: Travel.co.nz Tash Christie (Screentime-Communicado)


Best Comedy Programme
WINNER: Spin Doctors Tony Holden (Comedia Pictures)

Best Sports Programme
WINNER: Fight For Life John McDonald (TV3)

Russell McVeagh Best Maori Programme
WINNER: Whanau Tumanako Productions & Greenstone Pictures


Te Mangai Paho Best Maori Language Programme
WINNER: He Tohunga Whakairo Toby Mills for Tawera Productions & Moana Maniapoto for Black Pearl Productions)


Auckland City Best Actress
WINNER: Mamaengaroa Kerr-Bell Staunch (Hunter Productions)


Auckland City Best Actor
WINNER: Tamati Te Nohotu Staunch (Hunter Productions)

Waitakere City Best Supporting Actress
WINNER: Alison Bruce Mercy Peak (South Pacific Pictures)

Henderson Rentals Best Supporting Actor
WINNER: Tim Balme Mercy Peak (South Pacific Pictures)

Best Juvenile Actor/Actress
WINNER: Rose McIver Xena: Warrior Princess – Little Problems (Pacific Renaissance Pictures)


Best Entertainment/Comedy Performance
WINNER: Sean Duffy Willy Nilly (Big House)


Best Script Drama Programme
WINNER: Toa Fraser & Keith Hunter Staunch (Hunter Productions)

TV Guide Best Presenter
WINNER: Judy Bailey One Network News

Pacific Renaissance Pictures Best Script, Drama Series
WINNER: Gavin Strawhan Mercy Peak (South Pacific Pictures)


Best Script, Comedy
WINNER: Ken Duncum, Mike Smith,
Cal Wilson, Paul Yates Willy Nilly (Big House)


Best Director, Drama
WINNER: Keith Hunter Staunch (Hunter Productions)

Best Director, Comedy
WINNER: Mike Smith Willy Nilly (Big House)


Best Director, Documentary
WINNER: John Bates 1951 (Bates Productions)

Best Director, Factual/Entertainment Programme
WINNER: Bryan Bruce Wild About New Zealand (Red Sky)


Kodak Best Camera, Drama
WINNER: James Cowley Fish Skin Suit (Kahukura Productions)


Best Camera, Non-Drama
WINNER: Peter Young Country Calendar (TVNZ)

Images Post Best Editing, Drama
WINNER: Tim Woodhouse Staunch (Hunter Productions)


Images Post Best Editing, Non-Drama
WINNER: Peter Roberts God, Sreenu and Me (MF Films)

Sony Professional Audio Best Original Music
WINNER: Carl Doy Buzz and Poppy (Huhu Enterprises)

Sound Post Best Contribution to a Soundtrack
WINNER: Suite 16, Carl Smith Being Eve (South Pacific Pictures)


The Edge Best Production Design
WINNER: Robert Gillies Jack of All Trades – Shark Bait (Pacific Renaissance Pictures)

Best Costume Design
WINNER: Janet Dunn Clare (Gibson Group)


Best Contribution to Design
WINNER: Zane Holmes Being Eve (South Pacific Pictures)

TV Guide Best New Programme
WINNER: Mitre 10 DIY Rescue Julie Christie (Touchdown Television)


ENDS

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