2002 ALMA award winners

By United Press International   |   May 19, 2002 at 3:00 AM

LOS ANGELES, May 19 (UPI) -- Here is a list of winners at the 2002 American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Awards, which were presented Saturday night in Los Angeles by the National Council of La Raza:

Outstanding motion picture: "Piñero"

Actor in a motion picture: Benjamin Bratt, "Piñero"

Actress in a motion picture: Laura Elena Harring, "Mulholland Drive"

Supporting actor in a motion picture: Andy Garcia, "Ocean's Eleven"

Supporting actress in a motion picture (tie): Elpidia Carrillo, "Bread and Roses"; Elizabeth Peña, "Tortilla Soup"

Director for a motion picture: Robert Rodriguez, "Spy Kids"

Screenplay: "Piñero" (Leon Ichaso)

Song in a motion picture soundtrack: "Lady Marmalade" ("Moulin Rouge," Christina Aguilera)

Independent motion picture (tie): "The Blue Diner"; "No Turning Back"

Foreign film: "Amores Perros"

Excellence in make-up in television and film: Ken Diaz, "Training Day"

Television series: "Resurrection Blvd." (Showtime)

Actor in a television series: Esai Morales, "NYPD Blue" (ABC)

Actress in a television series: Rita Moreno, "Oz" (HBO)

Supporting actor in a television series: Luis Avalos, "Resurrection Blvd."

Supporting actress in a television series: Maria Canals, "The Brothers Garcia"

Made for television movie or mini-series: "In the Time of the Butterflies" (Showtime)

Actor/actress in a made for television movie or mini-series: Salma Hayek, "In The Time of The Butterflies"

Director of a television drama or comedy: Jesus Treviño, "Third Watch" "Adam 553" (NBC)

Script for a television drama or comedy: "Resurrection Blvd." "Bruja" Adam Fierro

Actor in a daytime drama: A Martinez, "General Hospital"

Actress in a daytime drama: Eva Longoria "The Young and the Restless" (CBS)

Correspondent or anchor of a national news program: Elizabeth Vargas, "20/20" (ABC)

Outstanding documentary: " "Calle 54," Fernando Trueba

Children's television programming: "Taina"

Performance in a music, variety or comedy special: Marc Anthony, "Christmas at Rockefeller Center" (NBC)

Spanish Language performance in a television special: Alejandro Fernandez/Julio Iglesias, "Latin Billboard Awards" (Telemundo)

Album of the year: Shakira, "Laundry Service"

Spanish language album of the year: Marc Anthony, "Libre"

Music video: "Love Don't Cost a Thing," Jennifer Lopez

Male performer: Marc Anthony

Female performer: Shakira

Breakthrough artist/group: Ozomatli

Latin group: Ozomatli

Anthony Quinn Award for Achievement in Motion Pictures: Antonio Banderas

Entertainer of the Year: John Leguizamo

Ritchie Valens Pioneer Award: Freddy Fender

National Council of La Raza Vanguard Award: Ricky Martin

Excellence in Diversity: Miramax

Emerging Filmmaker: Franc Reyes

The 2002 American Latino Media Arts (ALMA) Awards, hosted by comic-actor Paul Rodriguez, were taped for telecast over ABC on June 1.

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