Which films were nominated for the 2003 foreign film category?
* * "The Barbarian Invasions" A Cin魡ginaire Inc. Production,Canada * "Evil" ,A Moviola Film & Television Production, Sweden * "The Twilight Samurai" ,A Shochiku/Nippon Television Network/Sumitomo/Hakuhodo/Nippon Shuppan Hanbai/Eisei Gekijo Production,Japan * "Twin Sisters" ,An IdtV Film Production,The Netherlands * "Zelary" ,A Total HelpArt T.H.A./Barrandov Studio Production,Czech Republic
Hundereds of animated films have been nominated for Academy Awards (Oscars). Three to five films have been nominated for Best Animated Short Film every year since 1932. 2010-1932= 77 years; 77 years * 3 films = 231 films; 77 years * 5 films = 385 films. Beauty and the Beast is the only animated film nominated for Best Picture before the creation of the Best Animated Feature category. Up (2009) was the first animated film…
Djimon Hounsou who plays Jakes mentor Jean Roqua was nominated for an Academy Award for his roles in which two films?
All three films in "The Godfather" series received Academy Awards nominations for Best Picture. Both "The Godfather" and "The Godfather Part II" won the award. The three films in "The Lord of the Rings" series were nominated for Best Picture in consecutive years -- "The Fellowship of the Ring" (2001), "The Two Towers" (2002) and "The Return of the King" (2003). The latter film won the Best Picture Oscar.
Four women were nominated in the Best Director category. Jane Campion and Sofia Coppola won an Oscar for the screenplay of the movie they directed. Kathryn Bigelow was the first woman in the history of the Oscars to win in this category. 1976 Lina Wertmuller, Seven Beauties 1993 Jane Campion, The Piano 2003 Sofia Coppola, Lost in Translation 2009 Kathryn Bigelow, The Hurt Locker
Alias has only won one Golden Globe Award in 2002 for Best Performing Actress in a Television Series - Drama, Jennifer Garner. It was also nominated for the same category in 2003, 2004 and 2005 but did not win. It was also nominated for Best Television Series - Drama in 2002 but lost to Six Feet Under.
Obviously, no woman has ever been nominated in the Best Actor or Best Supporting Actor categories. Women have never been nominated in the Best Cinematography category either. Other noteworthy facts Best Picture: Julia Philips was the first woman nominated in the Best Picture category along with Tony Bill and Michael Phillips. Their film, The Sting (1973), won Best Picture that year. Best Director: no woman has ever won best director, and only four have ever…
Diane Keaton has been nominated for Academy Awards four times, all in the Best Actress category. The roles and movies are as follows (Oscar wins in bold): Annie Hall in "Annie Hall" (1977). Louise Bryant in "Reds" (1981). Bessie Greenfield in "Marvin's Room" (1996). Erica Barry in "Something's Gotta Give" (2003).
Actually, there have been two. Sofia Coppola received a 2003 Oscar nomination for directing "Lost in Translation." She lost to Peter Jackson of "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," but won the award for Original Screenplay. Six years later, Kathryn Bigelow was nominated for her direction of "The Hurt Locker" (2009). She became the first woman ever to win the Best Director award.
In 2001 the Academy set up a separate category specifically for Animated Films. These are the nominated and winning titles: 2001: Shrek (winner), Jimmy Neutron:Boy Genius and Monster's, Inc. 2002: Ice Age, Lilo & Stitch, Spirit:Stallion of the Cimmeron, Spirited Away (winner) and Treasure Planet 2003: Brother Bear, Finding Nemo (winner) and The Triplets of Belleville 2004: The Incredibles (winner), Shark Tale and Shrek 2 2005: Howl's Moving Castle and Wallace & Grommit: Curse of…
As of 2008 only three Best Picture winners have won every award for which they were nominated what films are these?
Three films share the record for the highest number of awards received: the 1952 epic BEN-HUR set the record by achieving 11 out of a possible 15 Oscar categories (nominated in 14 of them). Since then James Cameron's TITANIC (1997) AND.. Peter Jackson's LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RETURN OF THE KING (2003) have each won 11 out of a possible 17 Oscars (nominated in 12 and 11 categories respectively).