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The Hollywood Film Festival’s Hollywood Awards has set aside honors for Julianne Moore, Bradley Cooper and Ryan Kavanaugh.
The 13th annual fest, which holds its awards ceremony Oct. 26 at the Beverly Hilton, also will hand out Hollywood Spotlight Awards to Shohreh Aghdashloo, Melanie Lynskey, Paul Schneider and Zachary Quinto.
Moore, who next appears in “A Single Man,” “Chloe” and “The Kids Are All Right,” is set to receive the gala’s Supporting Actress Award.
Cooper, who appeared this year in “The Hangover,” “All About Steve” and “He’s Just Not That Into You,” will receive the Comedy Award.
Kavanaugh, who heads Relativity Media, is set to receive the Producer Award. His upcoming productions include “Brothers,” “Dear John” and “The Spy Next Door” as well as “Nine,” on which he served as executive producer.
Aghdashloo was seen in last year’s “The Stoning of Soraya M.” and HBO’s “House of Saddam,” for which she won an Emmy.
Lynskey next appears in the films “Up in the Air” and “Leaves of Grass.”
Schneider can be seen in “Bright Star” and NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.”
Quinto, who starred as Spock in the summer hit “Star Trek,” appears on NBC’s “Heroes.”
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