From scifi.com- Minority Report won the Saturn Award for best science-fiction film at the 29th awards ceremony of the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films and Cinescape Magazine on May 18 in Hollywood. Minority Report director Steven Spielberg took home the award for best director and was on hand to accept the award personally at the gala ceremony at the Hollywood Renaissance hotel. Report actress Samantha Morton was named best supporting actress. Spielberg and executive producer Leslie Bohem also received the award for best single TV program presentation for the SCI FI Channel's original miniseries Steven Spielberg Presents Taken. Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers won two awards, for best fantasy film and for best supporting actor (Andy Serkis as Gollum). Serkis was on hand to accept the award. Spirited Away took the honor for best animated film. The Ring won the award for best horror film, and star Naomi Watts received the award for best actress. Tyler Hoechlin accepted the award for best younger actor for his role in Road to Perdition, which was also named best action-adventure thriller film. Additional film honors went to Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones for best special effects and to Robin Williams for best actor (One Hour Photo). In the television category, ABC's Alias was named best network television series, and the SCI FI Channel's original series Farscape was honored as best syndicated/cable TV series. Alias star Jennifer Garner was named best actress, and Angel star David Boreanaz was tapped for best actor. Alias' Victor Garber took the honor for best supporting actor, while Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Alyson Hannigan won the award for best supporting actress. Cinescape's Faces of the Future Awards went to Buffy's Emma Caulfield and Firefly's Nathan Fillion. Home entertainment was also recognized this year, with the award for best DVD television release going to Star Trek: The Next Generation; best DVD classic release going to E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial; best DVD special-edition release going to The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring; and best DVD release going to the cult horror hit Dog Soldiers. The Filmmakers' Showcase Award went to Bill Paxton for his directorial debut, Frailty, and the Donald A. Reed Award, the Academy's highest honor, went to James Cameron for his innovation in the motion-picture field. Sid and Marty Krofft received the Life Career Award for their contributions to the culture.