Awards for 1995

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 Previously Produced or Published

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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, Sound Effects Editing

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Best Effects, Visual Effects

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Best Makeup

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Best Music, Original Song

WINNER

The Lion King: Elton John (music), Tim Rice (lyrics)
For the song "Can You Feel the Love Tonight".

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The Lion King: Elton John (music), Tim Rice (lyrics)
For the song "Circle of Life".

The Lion King: Elton John (music), Tim Rice (lyrics)
For the song "Hakuna Matata".

Junior: Carole Bayer Sager, James Newton Howard, James Ingram, Patty Smyth
For the song "Look What Love Has Done".

The Paper: Randy Newman
For the song "Make Up Your Mind".

Best Music, Original Score

WINNER

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Best Short Film, Animated

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Best Short Film, Live Action

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Trevor: Peggy Rajski, Randy Stone
Tied with _Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life (1993)_.

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Best Documentary, Short Subjects

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Best Documentary, Features

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The American Experience: Charles Guggenheim
For episode "D-Day Remembered (#6.7)".


Best Foreign Language Film

WINNER

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Before the Rain
Macedonia.


Farinelli
Belgium.

Honorary Award

WINNER

Medal of Commendation

WINNER

John A. Bonner
In appreciation for outstanding service and dedication in upholding the high standards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award

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Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award

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Academy Award of Merit

WINNERS

Petro Vlahos, Paul Vlahos
For the conception and development of the Ultimatte blue screen compositing process for motion pictures.

(Eastman Kodak Co.)
For the development of EXR Color Intermediate Film 5244.

Scientific and Engineering Award

WINNERS

George Sauve, Bill Bishop, Arpag Dadourian, Ray Feeney, Richard Patterson
For the Cinefusion software implementation of the Ultimatte Blue Screen compositing technology.

Lincoln Hu (ILM), Mike MacKenzie (ILM), Glenn Kennel (Eastman Kodak), Mike Davis (Eastman Kodak)
For joint development work on a linear array CCD (Charge Coupled Device) film input scanning system.

Ray Feeney (RFX Inc.), Will McCown (RFX Inc.), Bill Bishop (RFX Inc.), Les Dittert (Pacific Data Images)
For their development work with area array CCD (Charge Coupled Device) film input scanning systems.

Gary Demos (Information Int'l.), Dan Cameron (Information Int'l.), David DiFrancesco (Pixar), Gary Starkweather (Pixar), Scott Squires (ILM)
For their pioneering work in the field of film input scanning.

Iain Neil, Albert K. Saiki
For the optical design (Neil) and for the mechanical design (Saiki) of the Panavision 11:1 Primo Zoom lens for motion picture photography.

William A. Warner (Technical staff of Avid Technology)
For the concept (Warner) and the development (Avid) of the Avid Film Composer for motion picture editing.

Paul Bamborough, Nick Pollack, Arthur Wright, Neil Harris, Duncan MacLean
For the concept (Bamborough), the hardware development (Pollack/Wright and the software development (Harris/MacLean) of the digital Lightworks Editor for motion editing.

James Ketcham (JSK Engineering)
For the concept and design of the MC211 microprocessor-based motion controller for synchronizing sprocketed film with time-code based machines.

Technical Achievement Award

WINNERS

(Audio Tracks Inc.)
For the design and development of the ADE (Advanced Data Encoding system, which creates an encoded timecode track and database during the initial transfer of the production sound "dailies."

Colin Broad (CB Electronics)
For the design and development of the EDL (Edit Decision List Lister, which creates an encoded timecode track and database during the transfer of the production sound "dailies."

B. Russell Hessey (Special Effects Spectacular Inc.), Vincent T. Kelton, George Jackman (De La Mare Engineering Inc.)
For the hardware design (Hessey/Kelton) and the pyrotechnic development
(Jackman) which together comprise the non-gun safety blank firing system.

Emanuel Previnaire (Flying-Cam)
For his pioneering concept and for the development of mounting a motion picture camera on a remotely-controlled miniature helicopter.

Jacques Sax (Sonosax)
For the design and development of the Sonosax SX-S portable audio mixer.

Dieter Sturm (Sturm's Special Effects Int'l.)
For the creation and development of the Bio-Snow 2 Flake.

David A. Addleman, Lloyd A. Addleman
For the development of Cyberware 3030 3D Digitizer.

Mark R. Schneider, Herbert R. Jones, Christopher D. Conover, John R.B. Brown
For the development of the Polhemus 3 Space Digitizing System.

Jack Smith, Michael Crichton, Emil Safier
For pioneering computerized motion picture budgeting and scheduling.

Stephen Greenfield (Screenplay Systems), Chris Huntley (Screenplay Systems)
For development of the "Scriptor" software.

Frieder Hocheim, Gary H. Swink, Joe Zhou, Don Northrop
For the development of the Kino Flo Portable, Flicker Free, High Output Fluorescent Lighting System for motion picture set illumination.

Clay Davis (Todd AO), John Carter (Todd AO)
For the pioneering effort of computer-controlled list management style ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement).

Stephen W. Potter (LarTec Systems), John Asman (LarTec Systems), Charles Pell (LarTec Systems), Richard Larson (LarTec Systems)
For the advancement and refinement of the computer-controlled list management style ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement) system via the LarTech ADR System that has established itself as a standard of the industry.

Art Fritzen (California Fritzen Propeller Company)
As designer and sole manufacturer of the Eight-Bladed Ritter Fan Propellers.

Mike Boudry (Computer Film Company)
For his pioneering work in the field of film input scanning.

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