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Postby CalWilliam » Sat Aug 08, 2015 9:12 am

BEST PICTURE: Ordinary People
BEST DIRECTING: Robert Redford, Ordinary People
BEST LEADING ACTOR: Timothy Hutton, Ordinary People
BEST LEADING ACTRESS: Catherine Deneuve, Le dernier métro
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Judd Hirsch, Ordinary People
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Andréa Ferréol, Le dernier métro
BEST SCREENPLAY: Ordinary People
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Raging Bull
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Postby Kellens101 » Thu Feb 19, 2015 8:09 pm

Best Picture: Raging Bull
Best Director: Martin Scorsese for Raging Bull
Best Actor: Robert DeNiro in Raging Bull
Best Actress: Sissy Spacek in Coal Miner's Daughter
Best Supporting Actor: Timothy Hutton in Ordinary People(I know he's a lead but he was so good I wanted to honor him anyway, even if it was in supporting.)
Best Supporting Actress: Mary Steenburgen in Melvin and Howard
Best Original Screenplay: My American Uncle
Best Adapted Screenplay: The Shining
Best Score: The Empire Strikes Back
Best Art Direction: The Empire Strikes Back
Best Costume Design: Tess
Best Editing: Raging Bull
Best Cinematography: Raging Bull
Best Sound: The Empire Strikes Back
Best Foreign Film: The Tin Drum
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Postby ksrymy » Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:25 am

BEST PICTURE
01. The Shining (dir. Stanley Kubrick)
02. Airplane! (dirs. Jim Abrahams & David Zucker & Jerry Zucker)
03. The Empire Strikes Back (dir. Irvin Kershner)
04. The Elephant Man (dir. David Lynch)
05. Dressed to Kill (dir. Brian De Palma)
06. Mon Oncle d'Amerique (dir. Alain Resnais)
07. Raging Bull (dir. Martin Scorsese)
08. Altered States (dir. Ken Russell)
09. The Changeling (dir. Peter Medak)
10. Inferno (dir. Dario Argento)

BEST DIRECTOR
01. Stanley Kubrick, The Shining
02. David Lynch, The Elephant Man
03. Jim Abrahams & David Zucker & Jerry Zucker, Airplane!
04. Brian De Palma, Dressed to Kill
05. Alain Resnais, Mon Oncle d'Amerique

BEST ACTOR
01. Robert De Niro, Raging Bull
02. Burt Lancaster, Atlantic City
03. Walter Matthau, Hopscotch
04. Tatsuya Nakadai, Kagemusha
05. Jack Nicholson, The Shining

BEST ACTRESS
01. Sissy Spacek, Coal Miner’s Daughter
02. Catherine Deneuve, The Last Metro
03. Isabelle Huppert, Loulou
04. Ellen Burstyn, Resurrection
05. Mary Tyler Moore, Ordinary People

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
01. Bryan Brown, "Breaker" Morant
02. Jack Thompson, "Breaker" Morant
03. Robert Stack, Airplane!
04. Freddie Jones, The Elephant Man
05. Dabney Coleman, 9 to 5

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
01. Angie Dickinson, Dressed to Kill
02. Charlotte Rampling, Stardust Memories
03. Eileen Brennan, Private Benjamin
04. Beverly D’Angelo, Coal Miner’s Daughter
05. Debra Winger, Urban Cowboy

BEST SCREENPLAY
01. Airplane! (Jim Abrahams, David Zucker, and Jerry Zucker)
02. "Breaker" Morant (Bruce Beresford, Jonathan Hardy, David Stevens, based on the play by Kenneth Ross)
03. Mon Oncle d'Amerique (Henri Laborit, Jean Gruault)
04. The Last Metro (François Truffaut, Suzanne Schiffman, Jean-Claude Grumberg)
05. Altered States (Paddy Chayefsky, based on his novel of the same name)

BEST FILM EDITING
01. Raging Bull (Thelma Schoonmaker)
02. The Shining (Ray Lovejoy)
03. Dressed to Kill (Gerald B. Greenberg)
04. Inferno (Franco Fraticelli)
05. Hopscotch (Carl Kress)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
01. The Elephant Man (Freddie Francis)
02. Inferno (Romano Albani)
03. Kagemusha (Takao Saitô, Shôji Ueda)
04. The Shining (John Alcott)
05. Raging Bull (Michael Chapman)

BEST ART DIRECTION
01. The Shining (Roy Walker, Leslie Tomkins)
02. The Empire Strikes Back (Leslie Dilley, Harry Lange, Alan Tomkins, Michael Ford, Norman Reynolds)
03. Inferno (Giuseppe Bassan, Francesco Cuppini, Maurizio Garrone)
04. Kagemusha (Yoshirô Muraki)
05. The Last Metro (Jean-Pierre Kohut-Svelko)

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
01. Flash Gordon (Danilo Donati)
02. Kagemusha (Seichiro Hagakusawa)
03. The Empire Strikes Back (John Mollo)
04. The Last Metro (Lisele Roos)
05. The Elephant Man (Patricia Norris)

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
01. Flash Gordon (Queen)
02. American Gigolo (Giorgio Moroder)
03. Dressed to Kill (Pino Donaggio)
04. Inferno (Keith Emerson)
05. The Empire Strikes Back (John Williams)

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
01. American Gigolo ("Call Me," music by Giorgio Moroder, lyrics by Debbie Harry, performed by Blondie)
02. 9 to 5 ("9 to 5," music, lyrics, and performance by Dolly Parton)
03. Honeysuckle Rose ("On the Road Again," music, lyrics, and performance by Willie Nelson)
04. Foxes ("On the Radio," music by Giorgio Moroder, lyrics and performance by Donna Summer)
05. Fame ("Fame," music by Michael Gore, lyrics by Dean Pitchford, performed by Irene Cara)

BEST SOUND
01. The Empire Strikes Back (Bill Varney, Steve Maslow, Gregg Landaker, Peter Sutton)
02. Altered States (Arthur Piantadosi, Les Fresholt, Michael Minkler, Willie D. Burton)
03. Airplane! (Tom Overton, James Troutman)
04. The Shining (Dino Di Campo, Jack T. Knight, Winston Ryder)
05. Inferno (Attilio Gizzi, Franco Groppioni)

BEST MAKEUP & HAIRSTYLING
01. The Elephant Man (Beryl Lerman, Michael Morris, Wally Schneiderman, Christopher Tucker)
02. Altered States (Michael Hancock, Dick Smith, Dione Taylor)
03. City of the Living Dead (Luciano Vito, Franco Rufini)
04. Flash Gordon (Massimo De Rossi, Mario Di Salvio, Richard Mills, Jane Royle)
05. Inferno (Pierantonio Mecacci)

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
01. The Empire Strikes Back (Brian Johnson, Richard Edlund, Dennis Muren, Bruce Nicholson)
02. Altered States (David Domeyer, Chuck Gaspar, Robert Blalack, Bran Ferren, Jamie Shourt)
03. The Shining (Malcolm Mott)
04. Saturn 3 (Colin Chilvers, Roy Field, Peter Parks, Wally Veevers)
05. Hopscotch (Roy L. Downey, John Stears)

FINAL TALLY
8 nominations: The Shining (3 wins)
7 nominations: Inferno
6 nominations: The Elephant Man (2 wins), The Empire Strikes Back (2 wins)
5 nominations: Airplane! (1 win), Altered States, Dressed to Kill (1 win)
4 nominations: Kagemusha, The Last Metro, Raging Bull (2 wins)
3 nominations: "Breaker" Morant (1 win), Flash Gordon (2 wins), Hopscotch, Mon Oncle d'Amerique
2 nominations: American Gigolo (1 win), Coal Miner's Daughter (1 win), 9 to 5
1 nomination: Atlantic City, The Changeling, City of the Living Dead, Fame, Foxes, Honeysuckle Rose, Loulou, Ordinary People, Private Benjamin, Resurrection, Saturn 3, Stardust Memories, Urban Cowboy
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Postby Big Magilla » Sat Apr 11, 2009 10:09 am

Not to be picky but the 1980 U.K. showing was film festival only. It had its official premiere in 1981. Bob Hoskins won the Evening Standard award for best actor and was nominated for a BAFTA in 1982 for 1981 work.
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Postby dws1982 » Sat Apr 11, 2009 8:26 am

It was completed in 1979. It premiered in the UK in 1980, was released in some countries in 1981, and was released in the States in 1982.

For me it would be 1980, but not everyone uses the same standard as me.

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Postby Cinemanolis » Sat Apr 11, 2009 6:48 am

'Long Good Friday' is considered a 1980, 1981 or 1982 film?

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Postby paperboy » Wed Apr 01, 2009 9:18 pm

BEST PICTURE
Coal Miner's Daughter
The Elephant Man
The Empire Strikes Back
Melvin and Howard
Ordinary People

BEST DIRECTOR
Jonathan Demme - Melvin and Howard
David Lynch - The Elephant Man
Robert Redford - Ordinary People
Richard Rush - The Stunt Man
Martin Scorsese - Raging Bull

BEST ACTOR
Robert De Niro - Raging Bull
Robert Duvall - The Great Santini
John Hurt - The Elephant Man
Paul Le Mat - Melvin and Howard
Donald Sutherland - Ordinary People

BEST ACTRESS
Judy Davis - My Brilliant Career
Goldie Hawn - Private Benjamin
Mary Tyler Moore - Ordinary People
Gena Rowlands - Gloria
Sissy Spacek - Coal Miner's Daughter

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Dabney Coleman - 9 to 5
Timothy Hutton - Ordinary People
Michael O'Keefe - The Great Santini
Jason Robards - Melvin and Howard
Jack Thompson - Breaker Morant

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Beverley D'Angelo - Coal Miner's Daughter
Dinah Manoff - Ordinary People
Pamela Reed - Melvin and Howard
Mary Steenburgen - Melvin and Howard
Lily Tomlin - 9 to 5

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Melvin and Howard
9 to 5
Private Benjamin
Return of the Secaucus Seven
Stardust Memories

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Airplane!
Breaker Morant
Coal Miner's Daughter
Ordinary People
The Stunt Man

This is the only year so far I've agreed with the Academy's winners.




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Postby Mack Ten » Wed Jul 12, 2006 7:02 pm

--Big Magilla wrote:I've always thought Beverly D'Angelo's performance as Patsy Cline was the definitive one, rendering susequent films about her, including Jessica Lange's Sweet Dreams, virtually meaningless. Legend has it that D'Angelo's best scenes were either cut or not filmed at all at the insistance of Sissy Spacek who thought she was stealing the film from her. Nevertheless she certainly does make the best of the time she has and should have gotten a nomination for her gutsy performance.

I think this might be because you seem to have a general aversion to Jessica Lange, from the looks of your nominations... :;):




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Postby Reza » Tue May 30, 2006 9:11 pm

And how did Diana Scarwid end up with an Oscar nod for Inside Moves?

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Postby Big Magilla » Tue May 30, 2006 11:16 am

I've always thought Beverly D'Angelo's performance as Patsy Cline was the definitive one, rendering susequent films about her, including Jessica Lange's Sweet Dreams, virtually meaningless. Legend has it that D'Angelo's best scenes were either cut or not filmed at all at the insistance of Sissy Spacek who thought she was stealing the film from her. Nevertheless she certainly does make the best of the time she has and should have gotten a nomination for her gutsy performance.
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Postby flipp525 » Mon Feb 27, 2006 11:03 am

Why exactly was Beverly D'Angelo passed over this year for Coal Miner's Daugher in the Best Supporting Actress category? She was nominated for the Globe. I think that her rendition of Patsy Cline was the best performance of her career. We get the animatronic Diana Scarwid nominated for the virtually un-watchable Inside Moves instead? All in all, it seemed like a pretty weak year in that category, except for Eileen Brennan and Mary Steenburgen who is wonderful in Melvin and Howard.

It seems kind of ironic that D'Angelo lost out on Cathy Moriarty's role in Raging Bull as well as the subsequent nod.
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Postby Mack Ten » Fri Apr 01, 2005 12:32 pm

Acting only:

1980

Best Supporting Actor

John Adames ... Gloria
Dabney Coleman ... 9 To 5
Anthony Hopkins ... The Elephant Man
Tommy Lee Jones ... Coal Miner's Daughter *
Joe Pesci ... Raging Bull

Best Supporting Actress

Beverly D'Angelo ... Coal Miner's Daughter
Helen Mirren ... The Long Good Friday
Eva LaGalienne ... Resurrection
Cathy Moriarty ... Raging Bull
Mary Steenburgen ... Melvin & Howard *

Best Actor

Robert DeNiro ... Raging Bull *
Bob Hoskins ... The Long Good Friday
John Hurt ... The Elephant Man
Jack Nicholson ... The Shining
Donald Sutherland ... Ordinary People

Best Actress

Ellen Burstyn ... Resurrection *
Judy Davis ... My Brilliant Career
Goldie Hawn ... Private Benjamin
Gena Rowlands ... Gloria
Sissy Spacek ... Coal Miner's Daughter

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Postby Precious Doll » Sat Mar 26, 2005 3:56 am

Best Film

**Bad Timing
Coalminer’s Daughter
Dressed to Kill
Raging Bull
Resurrection

Best Director

Woody Allen for Stardust Memories
**Brian De Palma for Dressed to Kill
David Lynch for The Elephant Man
Nicolas Roeg for Bad Timing
Martin Scorsese for Raging Bull

Best Actor

Michael Caine for Dressed to Kill
**Robert De Niro for Raging Bull
John Hurt for The Elephant Man
Tommy Lee Jones for Coalminer’s Daughter
Peter O’Toole for The Stuntman

Best Actress

Ellen Burstyn for Ressurection
Shelley Duvall for The Shining
Theresa Russell for Bad Timing
**Sissy Spacek for Coalminer’s Daughter
Jutta Wachowiak for The Fiancee

Best Supporting Actor

Denholm Elliot for Bad Timing
**Keith Gordon for Dressed to Kill
Freddie Jones for The Elephant Man
Jorge Juliauo for Pixote
Joe Pesci for Raging Bull

Best Supporting Actress

**Nancy Allen for Dressed to Kill
Brenda Blythen for Grown Ups
Beverly D’Angelo for Coalminer’s Daughter
Cathy Moriarty for Raging Bull
Mary Steenburgen for Melvin and Howard
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Postby MCAR » Mon Mar 21, 2005 9:41 pm

Picture:
The Elephant Man
Melvin And Howard
My American Uncle
Ordinary People
Raging Bull

Actor:
*Robert De Niro – Raging Bull*
Bruno Ganz – Knife In The Head
John Hurt – The Elephant Man
Peter O’Toole – The Stunt Man
Donald Sutherland – Ordinary People

Actress:
Ellen Burstyn - Resurrection
Judy Davis – My Brilliant Career
Nicole Garcia – My American Uncle
Mary Tyler Moore – Ordinary People
Sissy Spacek – Coal Miner’s Daughter

Supporting Actor:
Anthony Hopkins – The Elephant Man
*Timothy Hutton – Ordinary People*
Michael O’Keefe – The Great Santini
Joe Pesci – Raging Bull
Jason Robards – Melvin And Howard

Supporting Actress:
Beverly D’Angelo – Coal Miner’s Daughter
Blythe Danner – The Great Santini
Eva LeGallienne - Resurrection
Cathy Moriarty – Raging Bull
Mary Steenburgen – Melvin And Howard

Director:
Jonathan Demme – Melvin And Howard
David Lynch – The Elephant Man
Robert Redford – Ordinary People
Alain Resnais – My American Uncle
*Martin Scorsese – Raging Bull*

Original Screenplay:
Woody Allen – Stardust Memories
*Bo Goldman – Melvin And Howard*
Reinhard Hauff & Peter Schneider - Knife In The Head
Matsado Ide & Akira Kurosawa - Kagemusha
John Sayles – Return Of The Secaucus 7

Adapted Screenplay:
Eric Bergren, Christopher De Vore & David Lynch – The Elephant Man
Jean Gruault – My American Uncle
Lawrence B. Marcus & Richard Rush - The Stunt Man
Mardik Martin & Paul Schrader- Raging Bull
Alvin Sargent – Ordinary People

Cinematography:
Michael Chapman – Raging Bull
Ghislain Cloquet & Geoffrey Unsworth - Tess
Freddie Francis – The Elephant Man
Donald McAlpine – My Brilliant Career
Takao Saito & Masaharu Ueda - Kagemusha

Foreign Film:
Kagemusha (Japan)
The King And The Mockingbird (France)
Knife In The Head (Germany)
*My American Uncle (France)*
The Secret Of Nikola Tesla (Yugoslavia)

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Postby Snick's Guy » Sat Nov 20, 2004 7:43 pm

1980:

Film:
*Ordinary People
Raging Bull
Coal Miner's Daughter
Cruising
Melvin and Howard

Actor:
* Al Pacino (Cruising)
Robert De Niro (Raging Bull)
Donald Sutherland (Ordinary People)
Paul Le Mat (Melvin and Howard)
John Hurt (Elephant Man)

Actress:
* Mary Tyler Moore (Ordinary People)
Sissy Spacek (Coal Miner's Daughter)
Marsha Mason (Chapter Two)
Gena Rowlands (Gloria)
Tatum O'Neal (Little Darlings)

Supporting Actor:
* Paul Sorvino (Cruising)
Jason Robarbs (Melvin and Howard)
Timothy Hutton (Ordinary People)
Joe Pesci (Raging Bull)
Dabney Coleman (Nine to Five)

Supporting Actress:
* Anne Meara (Fame)
Cynthia Nixon (Little Darlings)
Karen Allen (Cruising)
Valerie Harper (Chapter Two)
Mary Steenburgen (Melvin and Howard)


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