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58th Academy Awards

Nominees

11 Out of Africa

11 The Color Purple

8 Witness

8 Prizzi's Honor

4 Ran

4 Back To the Future

4 Kiss of the Spider Woman

3 A Chorus Line

3 Agnes of God

3 Runaway Train

2 Silverado

2 Brazil

2 Cocoon

2 Ladyhawke

2 Murphy's Romance

2 The Official Story

2 The Trip To Bountiful

2 White Knights


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Winners

7 Out of Africa

2 Cocoon

2 Witness

 
Picture
Color Purple, The - Quincy Jones, Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, Steven Spielberg
Kiss of the Spider Woman - David Weisman
Prizzi's Honor - John Foreman
Witness - Edward S. Feldman
WinOut of Africa - Sydney Pollack
 
Director
Kiss of the Spider Woman - Hector Babenco
Prizzi's Honor - John Huston
Ran - Akira Kurosawa
Witness - Peter Weir
WinOut of Africa - Sydney Pollack
 
Actress
Agnes of God - Anne Bancroft
Color Purple, The - Whoopi Goldberg
Out of Africa - Meryl Streep
Sweet Dreams - Jessica Lange
WinTrip To Bountiful, The - Geraldine Page
 
Actor
Murphy's Romance - James Garner
Prizzi's Honor - Jack Nicholson
Runaway Train - Jon Voight
Witness - Harrison Ford
WinKiss of the Spider Woman - William Hurt
 
Supporting Actress
Agnes of God - Meg Tilly
Color Purple, The - Margaret Avery
Color Purple, The - Oprah Winfrey
Twice In a Lifetime - Amy Madigan
WinPrizzi's Honor - Anjelica Huston
 
Supporting Actor
Jagged Edge - Robert Loggia
Out of Africa - Klaus Maria Brandauer
Prizzi's Honor - William Hickey
Runaway Train - Eric Roberts
WinCocoon - Don Ameche
 
Writing (Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen)
Back To the Future - Bob Gale, Robert Zemeckis
Brazil - Terry Gilliam, Charles McKeown, Tom Stoppard
Official Story, The - Aida Bortnik, Luis Puenzo
Purple Rose of Cairo, The - Woody Allen
WinWitness - William Kelley, Earl W. Wallace, Pamela Wallace
 
Writing (Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium)
Color Purple, The - Menno Meyjes
Kiss of the Spider Woman - Leonard Schrader
Prizzi's Honor - Richard Condon, Janet Roach
Trip To Bountiful, The - Horton Foote
WinOut of Africa - Kurt Luedtke
 
Cinematography
Color Purple, The - Allen Daviau
Murphy's Romance - William A. Fraker
Ran - Asakazu Nakai, Takao Saito, Masaharu Ueda
Witness - John Seale
WinOut of Africa - David Watkin
 
Film Editing
Chorus Line, A - John Bloom
Out of Africa - Pembroke J. Herring, Sheldon Kahn, Fredric Steinkamp, William Steinkamp
Prizzi's Honor - Kaja Fehr, Rudi Fehr
Runaway Train - Henry Richardson
WinWitness - Thom Noble
 
Art Direction - Set Decoration
Brazil - Norman Garwood, Maggie Gray
Color Purple, The - Linda Descenna, J. Michael Riva
Ran - Shinobu Muraki, Yoshiro Muraki
Witness - John Anderson, Stan Jolley
WinOut of Africa - Stephen Grimes, Josie MacAvin
 
Costume Design
Color Purple, The - Aggie Guerard Rodgers
Journey of Natty Gann, The - Albert Wolsky
Out of Africa - Milena Canonero
Prizzi's Honor - Donfeld
WinRan - Emi Wada
 
Sound
Back To the Future - William B. Kaplan, B. Tennyson Sebastian II, Robert Thirlwell, Bill Varney
Chorus Line, A - Gerry Humphreys, Michael Minkler, Donald O. Mitchell, Christopher Newman
Ladyhawke - Dick Alexander, Bud Alper, Les Fresholtz, Vern Poore
Silverado - Rick Kline, Donald O. Mitchell, Kevin O'Connell, David Ronne
WinOut of Africa - Gary Alexander, Peter Handford, Chris Jenkins, Larry Stensvold
 
Sound Effects Editing
Ladyhawke - Bob Henderson, Alan Robert Murray
Rambo: First Blood Part II - Frederick J. Brown
WinBack To the Future - Charles L. Campbell, Robert Rutledge
 
Visual Effects
Return To Oz - Michael Lloyd, Zoran Perisic, Will Vinton, Ian Wingrove
Young Sherlock Holmes - David Allen, John Ellis, Dennis Muren, Kit West
WinCocoon - David Berry, Scott Farrar, Ralph McQuarrie, Ken Ralston
 
Make-Up
Color Purple, The - Ken Chase
Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins. . . - Carl Fullerton
WinMask - Zoltan Elek, Michael G. Westmore
 
Music (Original Score)
Agnes of God - George Delerue
Color Purple, The - Chris Boardman, Jorge Calandrelli, Andrae Crouch, Jack Hayes, Jerry Hey, Quincy Jones, Randy Kerber, Jeremy Lubbock, Joel Rosenbaum, Caiphus Semenya, Fred Steiner, Rod Temperton
Silverado - Bruce Broughton
Witness - Maurice Jarre
WinOut of Africa - John Barry
 
Music (Song)
Back To the Future - Johnny Colla, Chris Hayes, Huey Lewis
Chorus Line, A - Marvin Hamlisch, Edward Kleban
Color Purple, The - Carolyn Jones, Quincy Jones, Lionel Ritchie, Rod Temperton
White Knights - Stephen Bishop
WinWhite Knights - Lionel Ritchie
 
Foreign Language Film
3 Men and a Cradle -
Angry Harvest -
Colonel Redl -
When Father Was Away On Business -
WinOfficial Story, The -
 
Short Films (Live Action)
Graffiti - Dianna Costello
Rainbow War - Bob Rogers
WinMolly's Pilgrim - Jeff Brown
 
Short Films (Animated)
Big Snit, The - Richard Condie, Michael Scott
Second Class Mail - Alison Snowden
WinAnna & Bella - Cilia Van Dijk
 
Documentary (Short Subjects)
Courage To Care, The - Robert Gardner
Keats and His Nightingale: A Blind Date - Michael Crowley, James Wolpaw
Making Overtures - The Story of a Community Orchestra - Barbara Willis Sweete
Wizard of the Strings, The - Alan Edelstein
WinWitness To War: Dr. Charlie Clements - David Zelag Goodman
 
Documentary (Features)
Las Madres - The Mothers of Plaza De Mayo - Susana Munoz, Lourdes Portillo
Soldiers In Hiding - Japhet Asher
Statue of Liberty, The - Ken Burns, Buddy Squires
Unfinished Business - Steven Okazaki
WinBroken Rainbow - Maria Florio, Victoria Mudd
Studios with most noms
Universal 18
Columbia 13
Warner Bros. 13
20th Century Fox 10
Paramount 9

Studios with most wins
Universal 9
20th Century Fox 3
Paramount 2
Almi 1
Columbia 1