Awards for 2002

Oscar

Best Picture

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Actor in a Leading Role

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Actress in a Leading Role

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Actor in a Supporting Role

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Actress in a Supporting Role

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Director

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Cinematography

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Art Direction-Set Decoration

WINNER

Moulin Rouge!: Catherine Martin (art director), Brigitte Broch (set decorator)

NOMINEES

Amélie: Aline Bonetto (art director), Marie-Laure Valla (set decorator)

Gosford Park: Stephen Altman (art director), Anna Pinnock (set decorator)


Best Costume Design

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Sound

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Film Editing

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Sound Editing

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Effects, Visual Effects

WINNER

NOMINEES


Best Makeup

WINNER

NOMINEES


Best Music, Original Song

WINNER

Monsters, Inc.: Randy Newman
For the song "If I Didn't Have You".

NOMINEES

Kate & Leopold: Sting
For the song "Until".


Pearl Harbor: Diane Warren
For the song "There You'll Be".

Vanilla Sky: Paul McCartney
For the song "Vanilla Sky".

Best Music, Original Score

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Short Film, Animated

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Short Film, Live Action

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Documentary, Short Subjects

WINNER

NOMINEES


Best Documentary, Features

WINNER

NOMINEES




Best Foreign Language Film

WINNER

No Man's Land
Bosnia.

NOMINEES

Elling
Norway.


Amélie
France.

Son of the Bride
Argentina.

Best Animated Feature

WINNER

NOMINEES


Honorary Award

WINNERS

Sidney Poitier
For his extraordinary performances and unique presence on the screen and for representing the industry with dignity, style and intelligence. (Oscar statuette)

Robert Redford
Actor, director, producer, creator of Sundance, inspiration to independent and innovative filmmakers everywhere. (Oscar statuette)

Medal of Commendation

WINNER

Ray Feeney
For his pioneering efforts to improve visual effects in the motion picture industry.

Award of Commendation

WINNERS

Rune Ericson
For his ground-breaking efforts on and dedication to the development of the Kodak Super 16mm film format for motion pictures. (plaque)

(American Society of Cinematographers)
For its ongoing publication of the American Cinematographer Manual, the premiere reference book for motion picture cinematographers. (certificate)

Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award

WINNER

Academy Award of Merit

WINNER


Not awarded.

Scientific and Engineering Award

WINNERS

John Eargle, Don Keele, Mark Engebretson
For the concept, design and engineering of the modern constant-directivity, direct radiator style motion picture loudspeaker systems.

Iain Neil
For the concept and optical design and Al Saiki for the mechanical design of the Panavision Primo Macro Zoom Lens (PMZ).

Franz Kraus, Johannes Steurer, Wolfgang Riedel
For the design and development of the ARRILASER Film Recorder.

Peter Kuran, Sean Coughlin, Joseph A. Olivier, William S. Conner
For the invention (Kuran) and the engineering and development (Coughlin/Olivier/Conner) of the RCI-Color Film Restoration Process.

Makoto Tsukada (Imagica Corporation), Shoji Kaneko (Imagica Corporation), Daijiro Fujie (Nikon Corporation) (Imagica Corporation (technical staff))
For the engineering excellence and the impact on the motion picture industry of the Imagica 65/35 Multi-Format Optical Printer.

Steve Gerlach, Gregory Farrell, Christian Lurin
For the design, engineering and implementation of the Kodak Panchromatic Sound Recording Film.

Paul Constantine, Peter M. Constantine
For the design and development of the CELCO Digital Film Recorder products.

Technical Achievement Award

WINNERS

Pete Romano
For the design and development of the Remote AquaCam, an underwater camera housing system for use in motion pictures.

Jordan Klein Sr.
For his pioneering efforts in the development and application of underwater camera housings for motion pictures.

Bernard Werner, William Gelow
For the engineering and design of filtered line arrays and screen spreading compensation as applied to motion picture loudspeaker systems.

Tomlinson Holman
For the research and systems integration resulting in the improvement of motion picture loudspeaker systems.

Geoff Jackson, Roger Woodburn
For their DMS 120S Camera Motor.

Thomas Major Barron, Charles Smith, Gordon Seitz
For the overall concept and design (Barron), the structural engineering (Smith) and the mechanical engineering (Seitz) of the Bulldog Motion Control Camera Crane.

John Anderson, Jim Hourihan, Cary Phillips, Sebastian Marino
For the development of the ILM Creature Dynamics System.

Steve Sullivan, Eric Schafer
For the development of the ILM Motion and Structure Recovery System (MARS).

Carl Ludwig, John Constantine Jr.
For their contributions to CELCO Digital Film Recorder products.

Bill Spitzak, Paul Van Camp, Jonathan Egstad, Price Pethel
For their pioneering effort on the NUKE-2D Compositing Software.

Lance Williams
For his pioneering influence in the field of computer-generated animation and effects for motion pictures.

Uwe Sassenberg, Rolf Schneider
For the development of "3D Equalizer," an advanced and robust camera and object match-moving system.

Garland Stern
For the concept and implementation of the Cel Paint Software System.

Mic Rodgers, Matt Sweeney
For the concept, design and realization of the "Mic Rig."

Gordon E. Sawyer Award

WINNER

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