Can you win an Oscar for being in a short film?
No, you can win an Oscar for directing a short film, but you can't win an Oscar for starring in a short film.
Flowers and Trees (1932) was the first film to win the Oscar for Best Animated Short Shrek (2001) was the first film to win the Oscar for Best Animated Feature. Spirited Away (2002) was the second film to win the Oscar for Best Animated Feature.
The first Pixar Academy Award was for the short film "Tin Toy," which won the 1988 Oscar for Best Animated Short Film. The first Pixar film to win an Oscar for Best Animated Feature was "Finding Nemo" (2003).
Technically, it was Flowers and Trees (1932). It was the first film to win the Oscar for Best Animated Short. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs did not win and Oscar but it did receive a special honorary Oscar for its achievement as the first full-length animated film in history. The first feature length animated Disney film to win a competitive Oscar was Pinnochio. It won Best Score and Best Song (When You Wish Upon… Read More
1939's Gone with the Wind was the first color film to win the Oscar for Best Picture, but the 1937 short, Give Me Liberty, was the first color movie to receive an Oscar at all.
Australian Suzanne Baker won an Oscar for producing "Leisure," which was named Best Short Film (Animated) of 1976.
Gone with the Wind was the first full-length feature film in color to win the Oscar in 1940. However, in 1937, Give Me Liberty (released in 1936 by Warner Bros.) received the Oscar for Best Short Subject-Color.
No black film director has ever won an Oscar.
Mickey Mouse won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film for Lend a Paw in 1942.
No, The Snowman was nominated for Best Animated Short Film of 1982 along with The Great Cognito, but they both lost to Tango.
Hamlet (1948) directed by and starring Laurence Olivier is the first British film to win the Best Picture Oscar.
Wings (1927) is the first black and white film to win the Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Picture. It is also the only silent film to win Best Picture.
Disney's last Oscar win was for a short film released a little more than two years after his death on December 15, 1966. The 1968 Academy Award for Animated Short Film was awarded posthumously to Disney for "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day."
He won the Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role for: Cat Ballou (1965). This was his only Oscar win and his only Oscar nomination.
Jane Wyman won an Oscar for her role in the film "Johnny Belinda" (1948)
Disney's Flowers and Trees won an Oscar in the category Best Short Subject (Cartoon) in 1932, the 5th academy awards ceremony.
Actually, it was Mickey's creator, Walt Disney, who received the Oscar on November 18, 1932. Mickey's first screen appearance was in the 1928 short film "Steamboat Willie," the first animated production with sound. He became one of the world's favorite characters and starred in 10 animated films that received Oscar nominations. One of them, "Lend a Paw," earned the 1942 Oscar for Best Animated Short Film.
Germany's The Lives of Others (2006) won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) was the first and only fantasy film to win an Oscar for Best Picture.
To win an Oscar "The academy award" a film needs to be nominated by members of the Academy and then those that are nominated are voted for by members of the Academy it does not have to win anything to be considered.
She was nominated for an Oscar but did not win for The Color Purple.
No Indian movie has won an Academy Award (Oscar).
No. The German director of the 2010 film "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" was a contributor to "The ChubbChubbs!" (2002), which won the award for Best Animated Short. But the Oscar went to its director, Eric Armstrong.
"The Broadway Melody" won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 1929-30. It also was the first sound film to win the top Oscar.
No, Lagaan was the first Indian (Hindi language) film nominated for Best Foreign Language Film, but it did not win.
Chicago (2002) was the last musical film to win the Oscar for Best picture. The previous musical winner of the Oscar for Best Picture was Carol Reed's Oliver! (1968), gap of 4 decades.
Traffic. He is the only man to win the Oscar for Best Actor in a non-English speaking performance.
The English Patient
Judgement at Nuremberg
Rebecca is the only Hitchcock film to win the Oscar for Best Picture. It is also the first film that Alfred Hitchcock made in the United States. It stars Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine.
He won an Oscar as Best Actor for Capote (2005).
No. But it was nominated for an Oscar in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
Al Pacino won an Oscar for Scent of a Woman.
Bhanu Athaiya was the first Indian to win an Oscar award. She won the Academy Award for Costume Design (Oscar) for her work in 1982 film Gandhi.
The first hispanic woman to win an Oscar was Emile Kuri. She is also the first hispanic person to win an Oscar. She won the Academy Award (Oscar) for Best Art Direction for her work in the film The Heiress (1949). She was born in Mexico.
Shakespeare In Love
The Miracle Worker
The Goodbye Girl (1977).
My Cousin Vinny (1992).
Italy's La Strada.
The King and I (1956)
Yes, it did.
American Beauty for oodles!
Lord of the rings
True Grit (1969).
1) Create short film 2) Ensure it's the best short film at the festival