The Hollywood Reporter
May 13, 2002

'Blow' nabs Prism; Demme tributed

"Blow," the Johnny Depp starrer about a career drug dealer, received the Prism award in the feature film category at the sixth annual trophy show.

During the ceremony, held Thursday night at CBS Television City, Penelope Cruz, who co-starred with Depp in "Blow," presented a special tribute to the film's director, Ted Demme, who died in January (HR 1/15).

In the TV field of the awards - which honor the accurate depiction of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction - the NBC drama "Third Watch" was honored for a multi-episode storyline, while Lifetime's "The Division" amd ABC's "My Wife & Kids" took prizes in the TV drama and comedy series episode, respectively.

ABC's acclaimed miniseries "Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows" was singled out in the TV movie, miniseries, or dramatic special category, while Nickelodeon's "The Ananda Lewis Show" took th honors for TV talk show series episode.

Ozzy Osbourne, who is enjoying a second career as a television star on his MTV reality series "The Osbournes," received the award in the music recording or music video category for "Junkie."