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Brendan Fraser Wins 3D Award

Brendan Fraser took home a top award at the first ever International 3D Society’s Lumiere Awards Tuesday night at Hollywood’s Mann Chinese Theater.

Not only did Brendan star in Journey to the Center of the Earth in 3D, he also executive produced it, that’s why he was given the “3D Talent Award.”

Unlike most A-list stars who breeze in and out of awards shows just long enough to pick up a trophy, Brendan stayed for the after party until late Tuesday night.

Avatar took home the most trophies, made by the same company that manufactures the Oscar.

Avatar Co-Star Giovanni Ribisi made the packed crowd of 300 laugh when he accepted several of the awards for filmmaker James Cameron and producer Jon Landau. He candidly said, “I just got a call today and said, go and accept this award.”  Dreamworks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, who is a champion of 3D films, was honored with the Vision Award.

Here’s the lineup of awards:

The awards show was put on by the International 3D Society that is headed up by Jim Chabin, former Emmy Awards President.

Live Action 3D Feature Of  The Year: “Avatar” From 20th Century Fox Studios 

Animated 3D Feature Of The Year: “Up” from Pixar

Short 3D Motion Picture/Narrative: “Partly Cloudy” from Pixar

Best 3D Documentary: “Under The Sea 3D” From IMAX

Outstanding Achievement of 2D To 3D Converted Feature: “G-Force” from Sony Imageworks and The Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Outstanding Character Of  The Year: “Avatar’s” Character Neyitiri

Best 3D Scene Of The Year: “Avatar” and Jake Sully For “First Flight” From 20th Century Fox Studios

Best 3D Stereography- Live Action: “Avatar” From 20th Century Fox Studios

Best 3D Stereography- Animated “Coraline” From Focus Features

Outstanding Achievement in 3D Visual Effects: “Avatar” From 20th Century Fox Studios

Outstanding Achievement For Marketing 3D Content: 20th Century Fox Studios For “Avatar

And Two People’s Choice Awards were handed out Tuesday night as well:

2010 People’s Choice Award: Favorite 3D Live Action Movie: “Avatar” and 20th Century Fox Studios

2010 People’s Choice Award: Favorite 3D Animated Movie: “Coraline” from Focus Features

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