Oscar 1984

ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
* F. Murray AbrahamAmadeus {“Antonio Salieri”}
Jeff BridgesStarman {“Starman”}
Albert Finney — Under the Volcano {“Geoffrey Firmin”}
Tom HulceAmadeus {“Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart”}
Sam WaterstonThe Killing Fields {“Sydney Schanberg”}

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Adolph CaesarA Soldier’s Story {“Sgt. Waters”}
John MalkovichPlaces in the Heart {“Mr. Will”}
Noriyuki ‘Pat’ MoritaThe Karate Kid {“Miyagi”}
* Haing S. Ngor — The Killing Fields {“Dith Pran”}
Ralph RichardsonGreystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes {“The Sixth Earl of Greystoke”}

ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE
Judy DavisA Passage to India {“Adela Quested”}
* Sally FieldPlaces in the Heart {“Edna Spalding”}
Jessica Lange — Country {“Jewell Ivy”}
Vanessa RedgraveThe Bostonians {“Olive Chancellor”}
Sissy SpacekThe River {“Mae Garvey”}

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
* Peggy AshcroftA Passage to India {“Mrs. Moore”}
Glenn CloseThe Natural {“Iris”}
Lindsay CrousePlaces in the Heart {“Margaret Lomax”}
Christine LahtiSwing Shift {“Hazel Zanussi”}
Geraldine PageThe Pope of Greenwich Village {“Mrs. Ritter”}

ART DIRECTION
* Amadeus — Art Direction: Patrizia Von Brandenstein; Set Decoration: Karel Cerny
The Cotton Club — Art Direction: Richard Sylbert; Set Decoration: George Gaines, Les Bloom
The Natural — Art Direction: Angelo Graham, Mel Bourne, James J. Murakami, Speed Hopkins; Set Decoration: Bruce Weintraub
A Passage to India — Art Direction: John Box, Leslie Tomkins; Set Decoration: Hugh Scaife
2010 — Art Direction: Albert Brenner; Set Decoration: Rick Simpson

CINEMATOGRAPHY
Amadeus — Miroslav Ondricek
* The Killing Fields — Chris Menges
The Natural — Caleb Deschanel
A Passage to India — Ernest Day
The River — Vilmos Zsigmond

COSTUME DESIGN
* Amadeus — Theodor Pistek
The Bostonians — Jenny Beavan, John Bright
A Passage to India — Judy Moorcroft
Places in the Heart — Ann Roth
2010 — Patricia Norris

DIRECTING
* Amadeus — Milos Forman
Broadway Danny Rose — Woody Allen
The Killing Fields — Roland Joffé
A Passage to India — David Lean
Places in the Heart — Robert Benton

DOCUMENTARY (Feature)
High Schools — Charles Guggenheim and Nancy Sloss, Producers
In the Name of the People — Alex W. Drehsler and Frank Christopher, Producers
Marlene — Karel Dirka and Zev Braun, Producers
Streetwise — Cheryl McCall, Producer
* The Times of Harvey Milk — Robert Epstein and Richard Schmiechen, Producers

DOCUMENTARY (Short Subject)
The Children of Soong Ching Ling — Gary Bush and Paul T.K. Lin, Producers
Code Gray: Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing — Ben Achtenberg and Joan Sawyer, Producers
The Garden of Eden — Lawrence R. Hott and Roger M. Sherman, Producers
Recollections of Pavlovsk — Irina Kalinina, Producer
* The Stone Carvers — Marjorie Hunt and Paul Wagner, Producers

FILM EDITING
Amadeus — Nena Danevic, Michael Chandler
The Cotton Club — Barry Malkin, Robert Q. Lovett
* The Killing Fields — Jim Clark
A Passage to India — David Lean
Romancing the Stone — Donn Cambern, Frank Morriss

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
Beyond the Walls — Israel
Camila — Argentina
* Dangerous Moves — Switzerland
Double Feature — Spain
Wartime Romance — Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

MAKEUP
* Amadeus — Paul LeBlanc, Dick Smith
Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes — Rick Baker, Paul Engelen
2010  — Michael Westmore

MUSIC (Original Score)
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom — John Williams
The Natural — Randy Newman
* A Passage to India — Maurice Jarre
The River — John Williams
Under the Volcano — Alex North

MUSIC (Original Song Score)
The Muppets Take Manhattan — Jeff Moss
* Purple Rain — Prince
Songwriter — Kris Kristofferson

MUSIC (Original Song)
“Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now)” from Against All Odds — Music and Lyric by Phil Collins
“Footloose” from Footloose — Music and Lyric by Kenny Loggins and Dean Pitchford
“Ghostbusters” from Ghostbusters — Music and Lyric by Ray Parker, Jr.
* “I Just Called To Say I Love You” from The Woman in Red — Music and Lyric by Stevie Wonder
“Let’s Hear It For The Boy” from Footloose — Music and Lyric by Tom Snow and Dean Pitchford

BEST PICTURE
* Amadeus — Saul Zaentz, Producer
The Killing Fields — David Puttnam, Producer
A Passage to India — John Brabourne and Richard Goodwin, Producers
Places in the Heart — Arlene Donovan, Producer
A Soldier’s Story — Norman Jewison, Ronald L. Schwary and Patrick Palmer, Producers

SHORT FILM (Animated)
* Charade — Jon Minnis, Producer
Doctor De Soto — Morton Schindel and Michael Sporn, Producers
Paradise — Ishu Patel, Producer

SHORT FILM (Live Action)
The Painted Door — Michael MacMillan and Janice L. Platt, Producers
Tales of Meeting and Parting — Sharon Oreck and Lesli Linka Glatter, Producers
* Up — Mike Hoover, Producer

SOUND
* Amadeus — Mark Berger, Tom Scott, Todd Boekelheide, Chris Newman
Dune — Bill Varney, Steve Maslow, Kevin O’Connell, Nelson Stoll
A Passage to India — Graham V. Hartstone, Nicolas Le Messurier, Michael A. Carter, John Mitchell
The River — Nick Alphin, Robert Thirlwell, Richard Portman, David Ronne
2010 — Michael J. Kohut, Aaron Rochin, Carlos De Larios, Gene S. Cantamessa

VISUAL EFFECTS
Ghostbusters — Richard Edlund, John Bruno, Mark Vargo, Chuck Gaspar
* Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom — Dennis Muren, Michael McAlister, Lorne Peterson, George Gibbs
2010 — Richard Edlund, Neil Krepela, George Jenson, Mark Stetson

WRITING (Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium)
* Amadeus — Peter Shaffer
Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes — P.H. Vazak, Michael Austin
The Killing Fields — Bruce Robinson
A Passage to India — David Lean
A Soldier’s Story — Charles Fuller

WRITING (Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen)
Beverly Hills Cop — Screenplay by Daniel Petrie, Jr.; Story by Danilo Bach, Daniel Petrie, Jr.
Broadway Danny Rose — Woody Allen
El Norte — Gregory Nava, Anna Thomas
* Places in the Heart — Robert Benton
Splash — Screenplay by Lowell Ganz, Babaloo Mandel, Bruce Jay Friedman; Screen Story by Bruce Jay Friedman; Based on a story by Brian Grazer

SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (Sound Effects Editing)
The River — Kay Rose

JEAN HERSHOLT HUMANITARIAN AWARD
David L. Wolper

HONORARY AWARD
To James Stewart, for his fifty years of memorable performances. For his high ideals both on and off the screen. With the respect and affection of his colleagues.
To the National Endowment for the Arts, in recognition of its 20th anniversary and its dedicated commitment to fostering artistic and creative activity and excellence in every area of the arts.

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