7th Saturn Awards

James Remar holding a Saturn Award at the 2011 ceremony

The 7th Saturn Awards were awarded to media properties and personalities deemed by the Academy to be the best in science fiction, fantasy and horror in 1979.

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James Remar holding a Saturn Award at the 2011 ceremony

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James Remar holding a Saturn Award at the 2011 ceremony

Saturn Awards

The Saturn Awards are American awards presented annually by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films; they were created to honor science fiction, fantasy, and horror in film, but have since grown to reward other films belonging to genre fiction, as well as television and home media releases.

The Saturn Awards are American awards presented annually by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films; they were created to honor science fiction, fantasy, and horror in film, but have since grown to reward other films belonging to genre fiction, as well as television and home media releases.

James Remar holding a Saturn Award at the 2011 ceremony

1979: 7th Saturn Awards

Theatrical release poster

Parts: The Clonus Horror

1979 science fiction horror film directed by Robert S. Fiveson.

1979 science fiction horror film directed by Robert S. Fiveson.

Theatrical release poster

The film won a Saturn Award at the 7th Saturn Awards, nationally televised in July 1980, in the category Best Film Produced for Under $1,000,000.

Film poster by John Solie

Starcrash

1978 American space opera film directed and co-written by Italian filmmaker Luigi Cozzi, and starring Marjoe Gortner, Caroline Munro, Christopher Plummer, David Hasselhoff and Joe Spinell.

1978 American space opera film directed and co-written by Italian filmmaker Luigi Cozzi, and starring Marjoe Gortner, Caroline Munro, Christopher Plummer, David Hasselhoff and Joe Spinell.

Film poster by John Solie

At the 7th Saturn Awards, it was nominated for the Best International Film.

The Day Time Ended

1980 American science fiction film directed by John 'Bud' Cardos and starring Jim Davis, Christopher Mitchum and Dorothy Malone.

1980 American science fiction film directed by John 'Bud' Cardos and starring Jim Davis, Christopher Mitchum and Dorothy Malone.

In 1980, Marcy Lafferty was nominated for "Best Supporting Actress" at the 7th Saturn Awards, but lost to Veronica Cartwright for Alien.

Gerry Day

American screenwriter.

American screenwriter.

In 1980, Day was co-nominated for both a Saturn Award and a Hugo Award for the screenplay of the film The Black Hole.

2001: A Space Odyssey, the landmark 1968 collaboration between filmmaker Stanley Kubrick and classic science-fiction author Arthur C. Clarke, featured groundbreaking special effects, such as the realization of the spaceship 
USSC Discovery One (pictured here).

42nd Saturn Awards

The 42nd Saturn Awards, honoring the best in science fiction, fantasy, horror and other genres in film, television, home media releases, and theatre in 2015 and early 2016, were held June 22, 2016, in Burbank, California.

The 42nd Saturn Awards, honoring the best in science fiction, fantasy, horror and other genres in film, television, home media releases, and theatre in 2015 and early 2016, were held June 22, 2016, in Burbank, California.

2001: A Space Odyssey, the landmark 1968 collaboration between filmmaker Stanley Kubrick and classic science-fiction author Arthur C. Clarke, featured groundbreaking special effects, such as the realization of the spaceship 
USSC Discovery One (pictured here).

Additionally, The Martian won Best Director (Ridley Scott's first win since Alien in 1979), Mad Max: Fury Road won Best Actress for Charlize Theron (her first win and fifth nomination), Jurassic World won Best Performance by a Younger Actor for Ty Simpkins, and Avengers: Age of Ultron won Best Costume Design (her second win).