Academy Award Winners

You can read a list of winners and nominees here.
A list of just the winners themselves is below.
(Note that, apart from the acting awards, I just
listed the winning films. Follow the link above to
find out who the individuals involved were.)

  • Actor – Philip Seymour Hoffman (Capote)
  • Supporting Actor – George Clooney (Syriana)
  • Actress – Reese Witherspoon (Walk The Line)
  • Supporting Actress – Rachel Weisz (The Constant
    Gardener)
  • Animated Feature – Wallace and Gromit in Curse of
    the Were-Rabbit
  • Art Direction – Memoirs of a Geisha
  • Cinematography – Memoirs of a Geisha
  • Costume Design – Memoirs of a Geisha
  • Directing – Brokeback Mountain
  • Documentary Feature – March of the Penguins
  • Documentary Short Subject – A Note of Triumph: The
    Golden Age of Norman Corwin
  • Film Editing – Crash
  • Foreign Language – Tsotsi
  • Makeup – The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The
    Witch, and the Wardrobe
  • Original Score – Brokeback Mountain
  • Original Song – Hustle and Flow
  • Best Picture – Crash
  • Animated Short – The Moon and the Son: An Imagined
    Conversation
  • Live Action Short – Six Shooter
  • Sound Editing – King Kong
  • Sound Mixing – King Kong
  • Visual Effects – King Kong
  • Adapted Screenplay – Brokeback Mountain
  • Original Screenplay – Crash

9 replies on “Academy Award Winners”

  1. Cerberus7 says:

    John Stewart
    I don’t think the Academy appreciated his kind of humor. He made a couple of jokes poking at Hollywood in general (I especially liked his "look at how filthy rich these people are whom movie pirates are stealing from" joke), but I could tell he wanted to say so much more. One shot after that joke showed a bunch of over-dressed typical Hollywoodies looking none-too-pleased with the host. He may have started poking at the Academy a little too early in the show.

    And did anybody else feel the heavy hand of "you evil evil DVD watchers, you need to go to the movies" like I did?

    • GrimSean says:

      Re: John Stewart

      And did anybody else feel the heavy hand of "you evil evil DVD watchers, you need to go to the movies" like I did?

      Yeah, I caught that, and I wasn’t impressed by it – the gist of the President’s speech seemed to be "We want you to watch our work, but only in the real theaters". It was really out of place, considering the majority of the films up for awards are either being released on DVD in the next month or are already out.

      • krilia says:

        Re: John Stewart
        Like, for example, the Montage of Epic Movies, which pointed out that these movies can Only Be Appreciated On The Big Screen.

        Of course, none of the movies up for Best Picture really qualify as epics, do they?

        • GrimSean says:

          Re: John Stewart

          Like, for example, the Montage of Epic Movies, which pointed out that these movies can Only Be Appreciated On The Big Screen.

          You mean the montage of epic movies that had The Day After Tomorrow in with Ben-Hur and The Ten Commandments? Sadly, I saw one of those three in the theatre, and it wasn’t either of the two that are actually considered epic and classic – but don’t worry Academy members! I’m going to wait to watch Ben-Hur in the theatre, as my enjoyment of The Ten Commandments was obviously marred by the small screen on which I viewed it.

          When is it being re-released, anyways?

    • chad says:

      Re: John Stewart
      Not to be too picky, but his first name is "Jon", not "John".

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      • Cerberus7 says:

        Re: John Stewart
        Y’know, I went and looked to make sure I was spelling his last name with the right form of "Stewart" but didn’t even think to pay attention to his first name. *doh!*

        • obiwan says:

          Re: John Stewart

          Y’know, I went and looked to make sure I was spelling his last name with the right form of "Stewart" but didn’t even think to pay attention to his first name. *doh!*

          I hate to tell you this, but when you typed his last name you spelled "Leibowitz" wrong.

          • fiziko says:

            Re: John Stewart

            I hate to tell you this, but when you typed his last name you spelled "Leibowitz" wrong.

            That used to be his last name, but when he got married both he and his wife had their names legally changed. His last name is "Stewart," and he no longer has a middle name.

            • y42 says:

              Re: John Stewart

              I hate to tell you this, but when you typed his last name you spelled "Leibowitz" wrong.

              That used to be his last name, but when he got married both he and his wife had their names legally changed. His last name is "Stewart," and he no longer has a middle name.

              On the plus side, he got this sweet green ring and matching lantern…

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