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The 68th Academy Awards | 1996. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Monday, March 25, 1996 ... Art Direction: Roger Ford; Set Decoration: Kerrie Brown ... Best Picture - Mario ...
The 68th Academy Award Winners. Special Achievement Oscar: Toy Story. Best Picture : Braveheart - Mel Gibson, Alan Ladd, Jr. and Bruce Davey, Producers. 199601picturebraveheartbig|||400|600|0. Best Actor : Nicolas Cage - Leaving Las Vegas. Best Actress : Susan Sarandon - Dead Man Walking. Best Supporting Actress : Mira Sorvino - Mighty Aphrodite.
The 68th Academy Awards ceremony, organized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), honored the best films of 1995 in the United States and took place on March 25, 1996, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles beginning at 6:00 p.m. PST / 9:00 p.m. EST.
- March 25, 1996
- Braveheart (10)
- Braveheart (5)
- Whoopi Goldberg
- Best Picture
- Actor in A Leading Role
- Actress in A Leading Role
- Actor in A Supporting Role
- Actress in A Supporting Role
- Film Editing
The English Patient – Saul Zaentz Fargo – Ethan Coen Jerry Maguire – James L. Brooks, Laurence Mark, Richard Sakai, Cameron Crowe Secrets & Lies – Simon Channing-Williams Shine– Jane Scott
The English Patient – Anthony Minghella Fargo – Joel Coen The People vs. Larry Flynt – Milos Forman Secrets & Lies – Mike Leigh Shine– Scott Hicks
Tom Cruise – Jerry Maguire Ralph Fiennes – The English Patient Woody Harrelson – The People vs. Larry Flynt Geoffrey Rush – Shine Billy Bob Thornton – Sling Blade
Brenda Blethyn – Secrets & Lies Diane Keaton – Marvin’s Room Frances McDormand – Fargo Kristin Scott Thomas – The English Patient Emily Watson – Breaking the Waves
Cuba Gooding, Jr. – Jerry Maguire William H. Macy – Fargo Armin Mueller-Stahl – Shine Edward Norton – Primal Fear James Woods – Ghosts of Mississippi
Joan Allen – The Crucible Lauren Bacall – The Mirror Has Two Faces Juliette Binoche – The English Patient Barbara Hershey – The Portrait of a Lady Marianne Jean-Baptiste – Secrets & Lies
The Crucible – Arthur Miller The English Patient – Anthony Minghella Hamlet – Kenneth Branagh Sling Blade – Billy Bob Thornton Trainspotting– John Hodge
“Because You Loved Me” – Up Close and Personal – Music, Lyric by Diane Warren “For The First Time” – One Fine Day – Music, Lyric by James Newton Howard, Jud J. Friedman, Allan Dennis Rich “I Finally Found Someone” – The Mirror Has Two Faces – Music, Lyric by Barbra Streisand, Marvin Hamlisch, Bryan Adams, Robert ‘Mutt’ Lange “That Thing You Do!” – That Thing You Do! – Music, Lyric by Adam Schlesinger “You Must Love Me” – Evita– Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Lyric by Tim Rice
The English Patient – Walter Murch Evita – Gerry Hambling Fargo – Roderick Jaynes Jerry Maguire – Joe Hutshing Shine– Pip Karmel
The English Patient – John Seale Evita – Darius Khondji Fargo – Roger Deakins Fly Away Home – Caleb Deschanel Michael Collins– Chris Menges
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List of Academy Award Winners for Best Picture, Director, Actor and Actress. ... 1996: Braveheart: Mel Gibson ... John Ford (The Quiet Man) Gary Cooper:
The Academy Award for Best Picture is one of the Academy Awards presented annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) since the awards debuted in 1929. This award goes to the producers of the film and is the only category in which every member of the Academy is eligible to submit a nomination and vote on the final ballot ...
Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys Black History Month ... Academy Awards, USA 1996 Winner ... Roger Ford Kerrie Brown: Best Film ...
A list of films nominated for Academy Awards' "Best Motion Picture of the Year". See also Best Picture Winners 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)