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'''Golden Gadget Awards''' were established in 2008 by [[Russian CDRRHQ]] community. Their goal is similar to that of the [[Plato Awards]] and [[Golden Acorn Awards]], namely to award outstanding Russian-speaking and foreign [[Rangerphile|Rangerphiles]] and their creations and to encourage them to carry on their work dedicated to the [[Rescue Rangers]]. It can be viewed as another section of the bridge between Russian- and English-speaking communities and a continuation of a trend started by those like [[Aivars Liepa]] who translated many Russian stories into English to enable the Rangerphiles of the world to enjoy them, and by Golden Acorn Awards with at first their [[2002 Golden Acorn Awards|International Section]] and later, since [[2006 Golden Acorn Awards|2006]], with special categories for '''Best Verse (Russian)''' and '''Best Story (Russian)'''. Just like the GAA's, '''Golden Gadget Awards''' are given in Artwork, Written Works and Special Awards sections, as well as '''Best Stuff Made With One's Own Hands'''. They are aimed mostly on Rangerphiles from the former USSR, with separate categories for '''Best Foreign Artist''', '''Best Foreign Writer''', '''Best Picture by Foreign Artist''' and '''Best Fanfic by Foreign Author'''. The ceremony is also written in form of pre-written fanfic (though not in script but in story format) which is posted piece by piece on the CDRRHQ Forum Board.
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'''Golden Screw-Nut Awards''' were established in 2008 by [[Russian CDRR Headquarters]] community. Their goal is similar to that of the [[Plato Awards]] and [[Golden Acorn Awards]], namely to award outstanding Russian-speaking and foreign [[Rangerphile|Rangerphiles]] whose creations and activity in general helped Russian-speaking Fandom to appear, persist and become what it is today, and to encourage them to carry on their work dedicated to the [[Rescue Rangers]].
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It can be viewed as another section of the bridge between Russian- and English-speaking communities and a continuation of a trend started by those like [[Aivars Liepa]] who translated many Russian stories into English to enable the Rangerphiles of the world to enjoy them, and by Golden Acorn Awards with at first their [[2002 Golden Acorn Awards|International Section]] and later, since [[2006 Golden Acorn Awards|2006]], with special categories for '''Best Verse (Russian)''' and '''Best Story (Russian)'''. Just like the GAA's, '''Golden Screw-Nut Awards''' are given in Artwork, Written Works and Special Awards sections, as well as '''Best Stuff Made With One's Own Hands'''. They are aimed mostly at Rangerphiles from the former USSR, with separate categories for '''Best Foreign Artist''', '''Best Foreign Writer''', '''Best Picture by Foreign Artist''' and '''Best Fanfic by Foreign Author'''.
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The ceremony is also written in form of pre-written fanfic (though not in script but in story format) which is posted piece by piece on the CDRRHQ Forum Board.
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Annual awards:
 
Annual awards:
* [[2007 Golden Gadget Awards|2007]]
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* [[2007 Golden Screw-Nut Awards|2007]]
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* [[2008 Golden Screw-Nut Awards|2008]]
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* [[2009 Golden Screw-Nut Awards|2009]]
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* [[2010 Golden Screw-Nut Awards|2010]]
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* [[2011 Golden Screw-Nut Awards|2011]]
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* [[2012 Golden Screw-Nut Awards|2012]]
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* [[2013 Golden Screw-Nut Awards|2013]]
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* [[2014 Golden Screw-Nut Awards|2014]]
  
  
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[[Category:Fandom Awards]]

Latest revision as of 05:02, 24 May 2015

Golden Screw-Nut Awards were established in 2008 by Russian CDRR Headquarters community. Their goal is similar to that of the Plato Awards and Golden Acorn Awards, namely to award outstanding Russian-speaking and foreign Rangerphiles whose creations and activity in general helped Russian-speaking Fandom to appear, persist and become what it is today, and to encourage them to carry on their work dedicated to the Rescue Rangers.

It can be viewed as another section of the bridge between Russian- and English-speaking communities and a continuation of a trend started by those like Aivars Liepa who translated many Russian stories into English to enable the Rangerphiles of the world to enjoy them, and by Golden Acorn Awards with at first their International Section and later, since 2006, with special categories for Best Verse (Russian) and Best Story (Russian). Just like the GAA's, Golden Screw-Nut Awards are given in Artwork, Written Works and Special Awards sections, as well as Best Stuff Made With One's Own Hands. They are aimed mostly at Rangerphiles from the former USSR, with separate categories for Best Foreign Artist, Best Foreign Writer, Best Picture by Foreign Artist and Best Fanfic by Foreign Author.

The ceremony is also written in form of pre-written fanfic (though not in script but in story format) which is posted piece by piece on the CDRRHQ Forum Board.


Annual awards: