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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)
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 ...
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Wings (Outstanding Picture) Sunrise (Unique and Artistic Picture) William A. Wellman* (The two Best Director nominees/winners were Lewis Milestone and Frank Borzage) Paramount Famous Lasky: Metropolis Sunrise : Sunrise or 7th Heaven: 1928-29: The Broadway Melody (Outstanding Picture) Harry Beaumont* MGM : The Wind The Wedding March: The Wind or In Old ArizonaFilm YearBest Picture Academy Award WinnersDirector (* Did not also win Best Director)Title Screen and Studio or Production CompanyWings (Outstanding Picture) Sunrise (Unique and Artistic Picture)William A. Wellman* (The two Best Director nominees/winners were Lewis Milestone and Frank Borzage)Paramount Famous LaskyThe Broadway Melody (Outstanding Picture)Harry Beaumont*MGMAll Quiet on the Western Front (Outstanding Production)Lewis MilestoneUniversalCimarronWesley Ruggles*RKO Radio