KoldCast TV’s Media Partners Rack Up Nominations for the 3rd Annual Indie Soap Awards
By T6W Staff
The Indie Soap Awards, sponsored by WeLoveSoaps.net, celebrate excellence in the world of independent soap operas while promoting and preserving the genre. The 3rd Annual Indie Soap Awards Ceremony will be held February 21, 2012 at the New World Stages in New York City.
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Voting is now open for the “Fan’s Choice Indie Soap of the Year,” which will be announced at the ceremony on February 21. Voting ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on February 13, 2012. You may vote once per day.
Congratulations to all the KoldCast TV Content Partners that are nominated for this year’s Indie Soap Awards:
Gregory Way TV
Tom Gregory grew up always imagining himself as a famous movie star, but life got in the way and Tom ended up falling in love with the man of his dreams, a rich business tycoon and technological entrepreneur. Now, Tom finds himself heading into the second half of his life and decides it’s time to make some changes. He decides to open up his own art gallery just down the street from his hous and meets a young flashy would-be assistant Andy, with a flair for danger and a lack of authority. Tom hires him in the hopes that his lewd womanizing behavior might rub off a little bit on him, making him less ’gay’. The two love to egg each other on, and if Andy could have his way all the time, their lives would be nothing but girls, parties, and road trips to Vegas!
- Best Actor (Comedy) – Tom Gregory
- Best Supporting Actor (Comedy) - Andrew Long
- Best Writing (Comedy) - Tom Gregory and Marc Dauer
- Best Directing (Comedy) - Andrew Long
- Best Ensemble (Comedy)
Ruthless. Tyrannical. Sordid. Sexual. The saga of the DeVanity family unfolds as Jason DeVanity desperately tries to keep his late father’s crumbling jewelry empire alive. Trapped by his manipulative and scheming wife Lara, Jason must control his wayward siblings Byron, Bianca, and Jackie in order to restore his father’s legacy. At any cost…
- Best Web Series (Drama)
- Best Ensemble (Drama)
For the past few years the Archer children have come to expect very little from their parents. Growing up with mega-successful parents, William (a famous author) and Elizabeth (Hollywood’s publicist to the stars) the siblings both have bitter attitudes and something to hide. Sixteen-year-old Tori has two sets of friends and two sets of problems, two sets of mistakes, and most importantly, two circles of lies. She has a heart of gold and knows right from wrong but consistently makes poor choices that cause irrepressible situations and problems. Older brother Billy has his own set of issues. Expelled from college during his sophomore year, Billy is struggling to find his sexual identity while attempting to make amends with his ever absent parents and keep his little sister afloat.
- Best Actress (Drama) – Jillian Clare (Tori Archer)
- Best Guest Appearance (Drama) – Patrika Darbo
- Best Cinematography (Drama) – Kevin Patrick Wright
- Best Use Of Music (Drama) – Miss Behave
Anyone But Me
Introducing a new generation of teens: gay, straight, and ethnically-diverse, struggling with identity and modern relationships.
- Best Directing (Drama)- Tina Cesa Ward
- Best Writing (Drama) – Susan Miller and Tina Cesa Ward
- Best Actress (Drama) – Rachael Hip-Flores (Vivian McMillan)