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  2. Best Picture - David Brown, Rob Reiner and Andrew Scheinman, Producers Actor in a Supporting Role - Jack Nicholson in "A Few Good Men" Sound - Kevin O'Connell, Rick Kline, Bob Eber

  3. 1993: The 65th Academy Award Winners - Oscar History ...

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    Best Picture: Unforgiven - Clint Eastwood, Producer Best Supporting Actor: Gene Hackman - Unforgiven Best Actress: Emma Thompson - Howards End Best Supporting Actress: Marisa Tomei - My Cousin Vinny

  4. Academy Awards, USA (1993) - IMDb

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    Winner. Douglas Trumbull, Robert Auguste. For concept, (Trumball), the movement design (Williamson), the electronic design (Auguste) and the camera system (DiGuilio) of the CP-65 Showscan Camera System for 65mm motion picture photography (first modern 65mm camera developed in 25 years). Winner.

  5. 65th Academy Awards - Wikipedia

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    Unforgiven won four Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director for Clint Eastwood, and Best Supporting Actor for Gene Hackman. Al Pacino and Emma Thompson won lead acting honors for Scent of a Woman and Howards End , respectively.

    • March 29, 1993
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    • Jeff Margolis
    • Gil Cates
  6. 1993 Academy Awards® Winners and History

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    Finally, after many years of dubious treatment and neglect, producer/director Steven Spielberg (with his sixth directorial and seventh Best Picture nomination) won the Best Picture Oscar (and Best Director Oscar) for his monumental, mature masterpiece Schindler's List. [Note: The film - although mostly black and white - contained a few segments in color, thereby disqualifying it from being the most recent completely black and white film to win the Best Picture Oscar.

  7. Academy Awards 1993 Nominees and Winners by Categories

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    Academy Awards 1993. The 65th edition of the Academy Awards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) was held on March 29, 1993 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, United States, awarding the best films of the year 1992. The ceremony was presented by Billy Crystal. The movie with the most nominations at the Academy Awards 1993 was Unforgiven with 10 nominations and The film that won the most awards was Unforgiven, winning 4 of the 10 nominations.

  8. All 93 Best Picture Winners, Ranked by Tomatometer << Rotten ...

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    Oct 21, 2020 · And now we’ve added Parasite as the 93rd Best Picture Oscar winner. See where the historic film places in our guide to All 93 Best Picture Winners, Ranked by Tomatometer! #93.

  9. 66th Academy Awards - Wikipedia

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    Schindler's List won seven awards, including Best Picture and Best Director for Steven Spielberg. Other winners included Jurassic Park and The Piano with three awards each, Philadelphia with two awards, and The Age of Innocence , Belle Époque , Defending Our Lives , The Fugitive , I Am a Promise: The Children of Stanton Elementary School , Mrs. Doubtfire , Schwarzfahrer and The Wrong Trousers with one.

    • March 21, 1994
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    • Jeff Margolis
    • Gil Cates
  10. Academy Awards - 1993 | Winners & Nominees

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    Feb 24, 2015 · Check Academy Awards winners & nominees for 1993 award ceremonies 1994 Scientific and Technical Academy Awards and 66th Academy Awards. 1994 Scientific and Technical Academy Awards 66th Academy Awards

  11. A list of films that won the Academy Awards "Oscar" for "Best Motion Picture of the Year". See also Best Picture Nominees More Awards: Academy Awards (1929-present) Emmy Awards (1949-present) Golden Globes (1944-present) People's Choice Awards (1975-present) Cannes Film Festival (1939-present) Sundance Film Festival (1985-present)