Prism noms for 'Gone Baby,' 'Rule'

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Miramax's "Gone Baby Gone" and Universal's "Georgia Rule" are among the feature films nominated for Prism Awards, which aim to bring attention to substance abuse and mental health issues.

In addition to those wide-release nominees, five films were nominated in the limited-release category: the Weinstein Co.'s "Control," Warner Independent's "In the Valley of Elah," Outsider Pictures' "Man in the Chair," ThinkFilm's "Self-Medicated" and IFC Films' "You Kill Me."

The Entertainment Industries Council, which announced nominees in 29 categories Monday, will name winners of the 12th annual Prism Awards on April 24.

The awards are designed to "honor actors, movies, music, media and television's top shows (that) that accurately depict and bring attention to substance abuse and mental health issues." ABC led all TV networks with 20 noms.

A complete list of noms can be found at THR.com.
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