2017 Golden Trailer Awards Winners – Full List

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The 2017 Golden Trailer Awards winners have been announced, recognizing the very best in movie marketing. Warner Brothers won the most awards with 26. Wonder Woman took the top honor of Best of Show as well as Best Fantasy/Adventure Trailer. The LEGO Batman Movie won the most trophies for a single film with 5.

Full list of winners:

Best of Show
Wonder Woman 

Best Opening Weekend
Captain America: Civil War

Best Action
Baby Driver

Best Animation / Family
The Lego Batman Movie

Best Comedy
The House

Best Documentary
I Am Not Your Negro

Best Drama
Dunkirk

Best Fantasy /Adventure
Wonder Woman

Best Horror
IT

Best Independent Trailer
Manchester By The Sea

Best Music
Logan

Best Summer 2017 Blockbuster Trailer
Atomic Blonde

Best Teaser
Blade Runner: 2049

Best Thriller
A Cure for Wellness

Golden Fleece
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

Most Original Trailer
The Nice Guys

Trashiest Trailer
Bad Santa 2

Best Independent Trailer (for film budget shot under a million US)
Deep Water: The Real Story

Best Motion/Title Graphics
Atomic Blonde

Best Romance
The Light Between Oceans

Best Original Score
La La Land

Best Sound Editing
Atomic Blonde

Best Trailer – No Movie
The Kill Team

Best Video Game Trailer
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

The Don LaFontane Award for Best Voice Over
I Am Not Your Negro

Best Foreign Action Trailer
Collide

Best Foreign Animation Family Trailer
Loving Vincent

Best Foreign Comedy Trailer
David Brent: Life On The Road

Best Foreign Documentary Trailer
I am Bolt

Best Foreign Drama Trailer
Lion

Best Foreign Graphics in a Trailer
Loving Vincent

Best Foreign Horror Trailer
Evolution

Best Foreign Independent Trailer
Jawbone

Best Foreign Music Trailer
Raw

Best Foreign Romance Trailer
My Cousin Rachel

Best Foreign Teaser
Lady Macbeth

Best Foreign Thriller Trailer
The Girl With All The Gifts

Best Foreign Trashiest Trailer
The Lure

Golden Fleece Foreign
A Few Less Men

Most Original Foreign Trailer
Evolution

Best Action TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
John Wick: Chapter 2

Best Animation / Family TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
The Lego Batman Movie

Best Comedy TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Baywatch

Best Documentary TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
13th

Best Drama TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Arrival

Best Fantasy Adventure TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Doctor Strange

Best Foreign TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Train to Busan

Best Graphics in a TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Moonlight

Best Horror TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Don’t Breathe

Best Independent TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Moonlight

Best Music TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
La La Land

Best Original Score TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Best Romance TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
La La Land

Best Sound Editing in a TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Sully: Miracle On The Hudson

Best Summer 2017 Blockbuster TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Guardians Of The Galaxy 2

Best Teaser TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Sausage Party

Best Thriller TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
A Cure for Wellness

Best Video Game TV Spot
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

Best Voice Over TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
The Lego Batman Movie

Golden Fleece TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Assassin’s Creed

Most Original TV Spot (for a Feature Film)
Sully: Miracle On The Hudson

Best Action (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Narcos

Best Animation / Family (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Simpsons

Best Comedy (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Last Week Tonight

Best Documentary (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Get Me Roger Stone, Netflix

Best Drama (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Big Little Lies

Best Fantasy Adventure (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Stranger Things Season 1

Best Foreign (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
The Silent Valley

Best Graphics (in a TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
American Horror Story

Best Horror / Thriller (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Westworld

Best Independent (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore

Best Music (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Westworld

Best Original Score (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Better Call Saul S2

Best Promo for a TV Network
Netflix Empowering Women

Best Sound Editing (in a TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Legion

Best Voice Over (in a TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
Designated Survivor

Most Original (TV Spot / Trailer / Teaser for a series)
American Horror Story

Best Action Poster
The Magnificent Seven

Best Animation / Family Movie Poster
Pete’s Dragon

Best Billboard
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Best Comedy Poster
The Nice Guys

Best Documentary Poster
Lo and Behold

Best Drama Poster
Hacksaw Ridge

Best Fantasy / Adventure Poster
Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Best Foreign Poster
The Man Who Was Thursday

Best Horror Poster
Alien: Covenant

Best Independent Poster
Moonlight

Best International Poster
Get Out

Best Motion Poster
The Birth of a Nation

Best Romance Poster
La La Land

Best Summer 2017 Blockbuster Poster
Wonder Woman

Best Teaser Poster
Kong: Skull Island

Best Thriller Poster
Split

Best Video Game Poster
Halo Wars 2

Best Wildposts
Dr. Strange

Most Original Poster
Simpsons 600

Trashiest Poster
Jon Glaser Loves Gear

Best Comedy TV Series Poster
The Simpsons 600

Best Documentary/Reality TV Series Poster
American Crime Story: The People Vs. O.J. Simpson

Best Drama/Action TV Series Poster
Big Little Lies

Best Horror/Thriller TV Series Poster
Fight of the Living Dead

Most Innovative Advertising for a Feature Film
Arrival

Most Innovative Advertising (for a TV Series / Streaming Series)
truTV

Most Innovative Advertising for a Video Game
Fantastic Contraption

Most Innovative Advertising for a Brand / Product
The Tale of Thomas Burberry

Best Viral Campaign
Rings

Best TrailerByte for a Feature Film
The Lego Batman Movie

Best TrailerByte for a TV Series/Streaming Series
Fargo S3

Best Pre-show Theatrical Advertising for a Brand
“Universe”

Best Opening Title Sequence or Closing Credit Sequence
XXX: Return of Xander Cage

Best Opening Title Sequence or Closing Credit Sequence for a TV/Streaming Series
Big Little Lies

Best Radio / Audio Spot
The Lego Batman Movie

Best Trailer for Book or Novel
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Best Film Festival Poster
Madame Butterfly

Best Film Festival Trailer
America’s Art Colony, Crash & Sue’s

Can Wonder Woman be an Oscar Contender? 


Scott Feinberg at The Hollywood Reporter spoke to a few Academy members who attended a screening of Wonder Woman at the organizations headquarters in Beverly Hills. 
Large, enthusiastic crowd,” wrote one male member of the public relations branch who is not connected to Warner Bros., the film’s distributor, or the film itself. “Big applause for Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot.

There were Quite a few older Academy members, so clearly they were interested in the film. It played extremely well. If a film like this can get Oscar attention, this might be the one this year.”  A female member of the sound branch wrote, Lots of applause for the credits. Some sniffling here and there. The sound was good — seat-rattling, and not in the Michael Bay hit-you-over-the-head way. Nice mix too. The VFX were okay — some mattes were cheesy, but the production design was great and the music, as well, was stellar. The screenplay was smart, so that’s a possibility. Hard film for the Academy to ignore, and the fact that so many showed up and applauded is a good sign. It’s fun and patriotic in its innocence, meaning if you are an America First Republican it hit you over the head! As soon as Chris Pine comes on the scene, the film takes flight and never lands or takes a breath. It could actually garner a best picture nomination. And Gal Gadot is perfect.”

Feinberg also quotes a member of the executives branch who was not able to attend Saturday night’s screening and wrote “I’m eager to see it. It sounds absolutely wonderful. And truly, there’s nothing else to see.”
That’s the key, when there is nothing else to see, the Academy is looking for anything that might look like an Oscar contender in June.