Awards for 1988

Oscar

Best Picture

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Best Actor in a Leading Role

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Best Actress in a Leading Role

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Best Actor in a Supporting Role

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Best Actress in a Supporting Role

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Best Director

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Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen

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Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium

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Best Cinematography

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Best Art Direction-Set Decoration

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Best Costume Design

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Best Sound

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Best Film Editing

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Best Effects, Visual Effects

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Best Makeup

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Best Music, Original Song

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Dirty Dancing: Franke Previte (music/lyrics), John DeNicola (music), Donald Markowitz (music)
For the song "(I've Had) The Time of My Life".

NOMINEES

Cry Freedom: George Fenton, Jonas Gwangwa
For the song "Cry Freedom".

Mannequin: Albert Hammond, Diane Warren
For the song "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now".

Beverly Hills Cop II: Harold Faltermeyer (music/lyrics), Keith Forsey (music/lyrics), Bob Seger (lyrics)
For the song "Shakedown".

The Princess Bride: Willy DeVille
For the song "Storybook Love".

Best Music, Original Score

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Best Short Film, Animated

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Best Short Film, Live Action

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Best Documentary, Short Subjects

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Best Documentary, Features

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Eyes on the Prize: Callie Crossley, James A. DeVinney
For episode "America's Civil Rights Years/Bridge to Freedom, 1965".


Radio Bikini: Robert Stone
For episode "Radio Bikini".

Best Foreign Language Film

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The Family
Italy

Pathfinder
Norway

Special Achievement Award

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RoboCop: Stephen Hunter Flick, John Pospisil
For sound effects editing.

Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award

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Academy Award of Merit

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Bernard Kuhl, Werner Block (OSRAM GmbH R&D Dept.)
For the invention and the continuing improvement of the OSRAM HMI light source for motion picture photography.

Scientific and Engineering Award

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Willie Burth (Kinotone Corp.)
For the invention and development of the Non-rewind Platter System for motion picture presentations.

Ronald C. Barker, Chester L. Schuler (Montage Group, Ltd.)
For the development (Montage) and the invention (Barker/Schuler of the Montage Picture Processor electronic film editing system.

Colin F. Mossman (Rank Film Laboratories' Development Group)
For creating a fully-automated handling system for improving productivity of high speed film processing.

(Eastman Kodak)
For the development of Eastman Color High Speed Daylight Negative Film 5297/7297.

(Eastman Kodak)
For the development of Eastman Color High Speed SA Negative Film 5295 for blue-screen traveling matte photography.

Fritz Gabriel Bauer
For the invention and development of the improved features of the Moviecam Camera System.

Zoran Perisic (Courier Films Ltd.)
For the Zoptic dual-zoom front projection system for visual effects photography.

(Carl Zeiss Co.)
For the design and development of a series of super-speed lenses for motion picture photography.

Technical Achievement Award

WINNERS

Ioan Allen (Dolby Laboratories)
For the Cat. 43 playback-only noise reduction unit and its practical application to motion picture sound recordings.

John Eppolito, Wally Gentleman, William Mesa, Les Paul Robley, Geoffrey H. Williamson
For refinement to a dual-screen, front-projection image-compositing system.

Jan Jacobsen
For the application of a dual-screen, front-projection system to motion picture special effects photography.

Thaine Morris, David Pier
For the development of the DSC Spark Devices for motion picture special effects.

Tad Krzanowski (Industrial Light and Magic, Inc.)
For the development of a Wire Rig Model Support Mechanism used to control the movements of miniatures in special effects.

Dan C. Norris (Norris Film Products), Tim Cook (Norris Film Products)
For the development of a single-frame exposure system for motion picture photography.

Gordon E. Sawyer Award

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