80th Academy Awards winners

26 02 2008

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Major awards

Bold text indicates the winner for each category.

Best Picture:
Atonement
Juno
Michael Clayton
No Country for Old Men
There Will Be Blood

Best Director:
Paul Thomas Anderson – There Will Be Blood
Joel Coen and Ethan Coen – No Country for Old Men
Tony Gilroy – Michael Clayton
Jason Reitman – Juno
Julian Schnabel – The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

Best Actor:
George Clooney – Michael Clayton
Daniel Day-Lewis – There Will Be Blood
Johnny Depp – Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Tommy Lee Jones – In the Valley of Elah
Viggo Mortensen – Eastern Promises

Best Actress:
Cate Blanchett – Elizabeth: The Golden Age
Julie Christie – Away from Her
Marion Cotillard – La Vie en Rose (La môme)
Laura Linney – The Savages
Ellen Page – Juno

Best Supporting Actor:
Casey Affleck – The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
Javier Bardem – No Country for Old Men

Philip Seymour Hoffman – Charlie Wilson’s War
Hal Holbrook – Into the Wild
Tom Wilkinson – Michael Clayton

Best Supporting Actress:
Cate Blanchett – I’m Not There
Ruby Dee – American Gangster
Saoirse Ronan – Atonement
Amy Ryan – Gone Baby Gone
Tilda Swinton – Michael Clayton

Best Original Screenplay:
Juno – Diablo Cody
Lars and the Real Girl – Nancy Oliver
Michael Clayton – Tony Gilroy
Ratatouille – Brad Bird
The Savages – Tamara Jenkins

Best Adapted Screenplay:
Atonement – Christopher Hampton, from Atonement, novel by Ian McEwan
Away from Her – Sarah Polley, from “The Bear Came over the Mountain”, short story by Alice Munro
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly – Ronald Harwood, from Le scaphandre et le papillon, memoir by Jean-Dominique Bauby
No Country for Old Men – Joel and Ethan Coen, from No Country for Old Men, novel by Cormac McCarthy
There Will Be Blood – Paul Thomas Anderson, from Oil!, novel by Upton Sinclair

Other awards

Best Animated Feature
Persepolis
Ratatouille
Surf’s Up

Best Animated Short:
I Met the Walrus
Madame Tutli-Putli
Even Pigeons Go To Heaven
My Love
Peter and the Wolf

Best Art Direction:
Arthur Max and Beth Rubino – American Gangster
Sarah Greenwood and Katie Spencer – Atonement
Dennis Gassner and Anna Pinnock – The Golden Compass
Dante Ferretti and Francesca Lo Schiavo – Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Jack Fisk and Jim Erickson – There Will Be Blood

Best Cinematography:
Roger Deakins – The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
Seamus McGarvey – Atonement
Janusz Kaminski – The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Roger Deakins – No Country for Old Men
Robert Elswit – There Will Be Blood

Best Costume Design:
Albert Wolsky – Across the Universe
Jacqueline Durran – Atonement
Alexandra Byrne – Elizabeth: The Golden Age
Marit Allen – La Vie en Rose
Colleen Atwood – Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Best Documentary Feature:
No End in Sight
Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience
Sicko
Taxi to the Dark Side
War/Dance

Best Documentary Short:
Freeheld
La Corona
Salim Baba
Sari’s Mother

Best Film Editing:
Christopher Rouse – The Bourne Ultimatum
Juliette Welfling – The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Jay Cassidy – Into the Wild
Roderick Jaynes – No Country for Old Men
Dylan Tichenor – There Will Be Blood

Best Foreign Language Film:
Beaufort (Israel) in Hebrew
The Counterfeiters (Austria) in German
Katyń (Poland) in Polish
Mongol (Kazakhstan) in Mongolian
12 (Russia) in Russian

Best Live Action Short:
At Night
The Substitute
The Mozart of Pickpockets
Tanghi Argentini
The Tonto Woman

Best Makeup:
Didier Lavergne and Jan Archibald – La Vie en Rose
Rick Baker and Kazuhiro Tsuji – Norbit
Ve Neill and Martin Samuel – Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End

Best Original Score:
Dario Marianelli – Atonement
Alberto Iglesias – The Kite Runner
James Newton Howard – Michael Clayton
Michael Giacchino – Ratatouille
Marco Beltrami – 3:10 to Yuma

Best Original Song:
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova – “Falling Slowly” from Once
Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz – “Happy Working Song” from Enchanted
Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz – “So Close” from Enchanted
Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz – “That’s How You Know” from Enchanted
Jamal Joseph, Charles Mack and Tevin Thomas – “Raise It Up” from August Rush

Best Sound Editing:
Karen Baker Landers and Per Hallberg – The Bourne Ultimatum

Skip Lievsay – No Country for Old Men
Randy Thom and Michael Silvers – Ratatouille
Matthew Wood – There Will Be Blood
Ethan van Der Ryn and Mike Hopkins – Transformers

Best Sound Mixing:
Scott Millan, David Parker, and Kirk Francis – The Bourne Ultimatum
Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff, and Peter Kurland – No Country for Old Men
Randy Thom, Michael Semanick, and Doc Kane – Ratatouille
Paul Massey, David Giammarco, and Jim Steube – 3:10 to Yuma
Kevin O’Connell, Greg P. Russell, and Peter J. Devlin – Transformers

Best Visual Effects:
The Golden Compass
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
Transformers

Academy Honorary Award
Robert F. Boyle – “In recognition of one of cinema’s great careers in art direction.”

Cate Blanchett:
Blanchett’s nomination for Best Actress renders her the first actress in the history of the Academy Awards to be nominated twice for playing the same character in different films. Blanchett portrayed Queen Elizabeth I in Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007) and in Elizabeth (1998); she earned a Best Actress nomination for both performances. The first person to achieve this distinction was Peter O’Toole, who was nominated twice for portraying Henry II. O’Toole earned Best Actor nominations for both Becket (1964) and The Lion in Winter (1968).

Blanchett’s nominations for both Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress place her among only 11 performers in the history of the Academy Awards to be nominated for two acting Awards within the same year. They are, in chronological order: Fay Bainter, Teresa Wright, Barry Fitzgerald, Jessica Lange, Sigourney Weaver, Al Pacino, Emma Thompson, Holly Hunter, Julianne Moore, and Jamie Foxx.

Robert F. Boyle, at age 98, becomes the oldest winner ever of an Honorary Award in the history of the Academy Awards.

Ruby Dee:
Dee’s nomination for Best Supporting Actress renders her performance in American Gangster, which lasted less than five minutes, as the shortest performance ever to be nominated for an Academy Award.
Dee’s nomination, at age 83, ranks her among the oldest nominees ever for Best Supporting Actress in the history of the Academy Awards. Specifically, Dee becomes the second oldest nominee ever, and her nomination displaces Jessica Tandy (age 82), who previously held this distinction. Gloria Stuart (age 87) remains the oldest nominee ever in the history of this Award.

Hal Holbrook’s nomination, at age 82, ranks him as the oldest nominee ever for Best Supporting Actor in the history of the Academy Awards. His nomination displaces Ralph Richardson (age 82), who previously held this distinction.

Kevin O’Connell’s nomination for Best Sound Mixing brings his total Academy Award nominations to 20 and distinguishes him as the artist with the most unsuccessful nominations ever.

Ellen Page’s nomination, at age 20, ranks her among the youngest nominees ever for Best Actress in the history of the Academy Awards. Specifically, Page becomes the fourth youngest nominee ever, and her nomination displaces Marlee Matlin (age 21), who previously held this distinction.

Jason Reitman’s nomination, at age 30, ranks him among the youngest nominees ever for Best Director in the history of the Academy Awards. Specifically, Reitman becomes the seventh youngest nominee ever, and his nomination displaces Spike Jonze (age 30), who previously held this distinction.

Saoirse Ronan’s nomination, at age 13, ranks her among the youngest nominees ever for Best Supporting Actress in the history of the Academy Awards. Specifically, Ronan becomes the seventh youngest nominee ever, and her nomination displaces Bonita Granville (age 14), who previously held this distinction.


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26 02 2008
foobarph

aha! at least i have a new list of movie i can watch this march! ahehe

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