Awards for 1996

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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Toy Story: Joss Whedon (screenplay), Andrew Stanton (screenplay/story), Joel Cohen (screenplay), Alec Sokolow (screenplay), John Lasseter (story), Pete Docter (story), Joe Ranft (story)

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

Pocahontas: Alan Menken (music), Stephen Schwartz (lyrics)
For the song "Colors of the Wind".

NOMINEES

Dead Man Walking: Bruce Springsteen
For the song "Dead Man Walking".

Don Juan DeMarco: Michael Kamen, Bryan Adams, Robert John Lange
For the song "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman".

Sabrina: John Williams (music), Alan Bergman (lyrics), Marilyn Bergman (lyrics)
For the song "Moonlight".

Toy Story: Randy Newman
For the song "You've Got a Friend in Me".

Best Music, Original Dramatic Score

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Best Music, Original Musical or Comedy 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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The American Experience: Thomas Lennon, Michael Epstein
For episode "The Battle Over Citizen Kane (#8.7)".



The American Experience: Jeanne Jordan, Steven Ascher
For episode "Troublesome Creek: A Midwestern (#7.6)".

Best Foreign Language Film

WINNER

Antonia's Line
The Netherlands.

NOMINEES


O Quatrilho
Brazil.

Dust of Life
Algeria.

Special Achievement Award

WINNER

Toy Story: John Lasseter
For the development and inspired application of techniques that have made possible the first feature-length computer-animated film.

Honorary Award

WINNERS

Kirk Douglas
For 50 years as a creative and moral force in the motion picture community.

Chuck Jones
For the creation of classic cartoons and cartoon characters whose animated lives have brought joy to our real ones for more than a half century.

Special Commendation

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Academy Award of Merit

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Not awarded.

Scientific and Engineering Award

WINNERS

(Arnold and Richter Cine Technik)
For the development of the Arriflex 535 Series cameras.

(Digital Theater Systems)
For the design and development of the DTS digital sound system for motion picture exhibition.

(Dolby Laboratories)
For the design and development of the SR-D digital sound system

(Sony Corp.)
For the design and development of the SDDS digital sound system for motion picture exhibition.

Howard Flemming, Ronald Uhlig
For their pioneering work leading to motion picture digital sound.

Ron Goodman, Attila Szalay, Steve Sass (SpaceCam Systems Inc.)
For the design of the SpaceCam gyroscopically stabilized camera system.

Colin Mossman, Joe Wary, Hans Leisinger, Gerry Painter (Deluxe Laboratories)
For the design and development of the Deluxe QuadFormat digital sound printing head.

Iain Neil, Rick Gelbard, Eric Dubberke (Panavision International L.P.)
For the optical design, mechanical design, engineering and development of the Primo 3:1 zoom lens.

Martin Müller
For the design and development of the MSM 9801 IMAX 65mm/15 perf production motion picture camera.

Alvy Ray Smith, Ed Catmull, Thomas Porter, Tom Duff
For their pioneering inventions in digital image compositing.

NOMINEE

David Gilmartin, Johannes Borggrebe, Jean-Pierre Gagnon, Frank Ricotta (Technicolor Inc.)
For the design and development of the Technicolor Contact Printer sound head.

Technical Achievement Award

WINNERS

Pascal Chedeville
For the design of the L.C. Concept digital sound system for motion picture exhibition.

Jim Deas (Warner Bros. Studio Facility)
For the design and subsequent development of an automated patchbay and metering system for motion picture sound transfer and dubbing operations.

Clay Davis (Todd AO), John Carter (Todd AO)
For their pioneering efforts in creating an automated patchbay system for motion picture sound transfer and dubbing operations.

Al Jensen (CEI Technology), Chuck Headley (CEI Technology), Jean Messner (CEI Technology), Hazem Nabulsi (CEI Technology)
For producing a self-contained, flicker-free color video-assist camera.

Peter Denz (Praezisions-Entwicklung Denz)
For developing a flicker-free color video-assist camera.

David Pringle, Zhang Yan
For the design and development of Lightning Strikes, a flexible, high-performance electronic lightning effect system.

(BHP Inc.)
For their pioneering efforts developing digital sound printing heads for motion pictures.

Joe Finnegan
For his pioneering work in developing the Air Ram for motion picture stunt effects.

Gary Demos, David Ruhoff, Can Cameron, Michelle Feraud
For their pioneering efforts in the creation of the Digital Productions digital film compositing system.

Douglas Smythe, Lincoln Hu, Douglas S. Kay (Industrial Light and Magic, Inc.)
For their pioneering efforts in the creation of the ILM digital film compositing system.

(Computer Film Co.)
For their pioneering efforts in the creation of the CFC digital film compositing system.

(Toulouse U Genie Des Systemes, Kodak Pathe CTP CINE, Eclair Laboratories)
For the concept (Toulouse U), prototype (Kodak), developement and further implementation (Eclair) of the Toulouse Electrolytic Silver Recovery Cell.

Gordon E. Sawyer Award

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