Awards were given for the realistic depiction of alcohol, drug and tobacco use.
Anthony LaPaglia won for performance in a film festival, for "Happy Hour," while Evan Rachel Wood was honored for performance in a theatrical feature film, for "Thirteen." Dennis Franz got the nod for performance in a drama series episode for television for "NYPD Blue," and Peter Krause was hailed for performance in a drama series multi-episode storyline for "Six Feet Under."
Also winning was "City of God," which took home the kudo for theatrical feature film.
Honored for their contribution to the org were: HBO, TV doc series episode or special, for "America Undercover: Crank: Made in America"; MTV, TV teen nonfiction series episode or special, for "MTV News Now: Jack Osbourne: Back from Rehab"; and ESPN, TV news magazine series segment, for "SportsCenter," May 11, 2003.
E! Networks president Mindy Herman received the Larry Stewart Leadership & Inspiration Award.
For a complete list of PRISM Awards recipients go to variety.com.