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'THE LAST HALLOWEEN,' TWO 'STAR TREKS' WIN SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS FROM ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES

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'THE LAST HALLOWEEN,' TWO 'STAR TREKS' WIN SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS

PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS FROM ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES
 NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif., July 24 /PRNewswire/ -- The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) today announced three juried Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Special Visual Effects. Presentation of these awards will take place during the non-televised Creative Arts Banquet of the "44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards" on Saturday, Aug. 29, at the Pasadena Exhibition Hall. ATAS' juried awards are always announced prior to awards presentations. The three juried awards go to:
 1. "The Last Halloween"
 CBS
 Paul Boyington, effects producer/post-production supervisor
 Dale Fay, effects supervisor
 Brad Lewis, animation producer
 Henry Anderson, animation director
 2. "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
 "A Matter of Time"
 Syndicated
 Dan Curry, visual effects supervisor
 Ronald B. Moore, visual effects coordinator
 David Takemura, visual effects associate
 Adam Howard, visual effects animator
 Peter Sternlicht, visual effects editor
 Don Lee, visual effects editor
 Robert Stromberg, matte artist
 Syd Dutton, matte artist
 Eric Nash, motion control photography
 3. "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
 "Conundrum"
 Syndicated
 Robert Legato, visual effects supervisor
 Gary Hutzel, visual effects coordinator
 Pat Clancy, visual effects compositor
 Adrian Hurly, motion control operator
 Adam Howard, animation supervisor
 Don Lee, visual effects editor
 David Takemura, visual effects associate
 Winners in special effects are based upon the judgment of a jury selected from the Academy's Visual Arts peer groups. In juried awards there is the possibility of one, more than one or no award.
 The "44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards" telecast (Fox) will take place on Sunday, Aug. 30 (8-11 p.m. ET/PT) originating from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium with Tim Allen, Kirstie Alley and Dennis Miller hosting. Executive producer and director of the telecast will be Walter C. Miller.
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