The 16th Annual Golden Trailer Awards were held Wednesday night at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, and the best trailers in action, animation, comedy, and more were crowned.

Universal Pictures, along with Focus Features, was the big winner, with 15 Golden Trailer Awards total; its Furious 7 “Family” trailer claimed the awards for Best of Show and Best Action. American Sniper and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1, meanwhile, tied for the films with the most awards; each received awards in five separate categories.

The event was hosted by Silicon Valley’s T.J. Miller, and its celebrity judges included David Benioff (co-creator and executive producer, Game of Thrones), Colin Trevorrow (director and screenwriter, Jurassic World), and Scandal star Tony Goldwyn. Awards were given in 78 categories, with 20 handed out at the ceremony, which you can read, here:

Best of Show: Furious 7 “Family”, Universal Pictures, AV Squad

Best Action: Furious 7 “Family”, Universal Pictures, AV Squad

Best Animation / Family: Big Hero 6 “Find Your Way”, Disney, Trailer Park

Best Comedy: Ted 2 “Civil Rights: Trailer 2”, Universal Pictures, AV Squad

Best Documentary: Life Itself, Magnolia Pictures, Mark Woollen & Associates

Best Drama: Selma “The People”, Paramount, Buddha Jones

Best Fantasy Adventure: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 “Courage of One”, Lionsgate, Outpost Media

Best Horror: Woman In Black 2: The Angel of Death “Forgive”, Relativity Media, Buddha Jones

Best Independent Trailer: Boyhood, IFC Films, Mark Woollen & Associates/Empire Design

Best Music: Guardians of the Galaxy “Outlaws”, Disney, mOcean

Best Romance: Paper Towns “Find Yourself”, 20th Century Fox, TRANSIT

Summer 2015 Blockbuster Trailer: Avengers: Age Of Ultron “Strings”, Disney, mOcean

Best Teaser: Interstellar, Paramount Pictures/Warner Bros., Ignition Creative

Best Thriller: American Sniper “Confirm”, Warner Bros., mOcean

Best Video Game Trailer: Batman: Arkham Knight “Gotham is Mine Trailer”, WB Games, Hammer Creative

Golden Fleece: The Giver “Community”, The Weinstein Company, Buddha Jones

Most Original Trailer: Mad Max: Fury Road “Mad”, Warner Bros., Trailer Park

GTA 16 & Rentrak Best Opening Weekend Award: Furious 7, Universal Pictures

The Don LaFontaine Award for Best Voice Over: Inherent Vice “Higher”, Warner Bros., Aspect

Trashiest Trailer: What We Do In The Shadows, Unison Films, Jump Cut

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