List of English Academy Award nominees and winners

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This is a list of English Academy Award nominees and winners. This list details the filmmakers, actors, actresses, and others born and working in England who have been nominated for or have won an Academy Award.

Performance arts category[edit]

Best Actor[edit]

Leading Actor
Year Name Film Status Notes
1928 Charles Chaplin The Circus Nominated Chaplin was originally nominated in this category (and three others) for The Circus, but the Academy took him out of the running and gave him a Special Award.
1929 Ronald Colman Bulldog Drummond Nominated
Ronald Colman Condemned Nominated
George Arliss Disraeli Won
1933 Charles Laughton The Private Life of Henry VIII Won
Leslie Howard Berkeley Square Nominated
1935 Victor McLaglen The Informer Won
Charles Laughton Mutiny on the Bounty Nominated
1938 Robert Donat The Citadel Nominated
Leslie Howard Pygmalion Nominated
1939 Robert Donat Goodbye Mr Chips Won
Laurence Olivier Wuthering Heights Nominated
1940 Laurence Olivier Rebecca Nominated
Charles Chaplin The Great Dictator Nominated
1941 Cary Grant Penny Serenade Nominated
1942 Ronald Colman Random Harvest Nominated
1944 Cary Grant None but the Lonely Heart Nominated
1946 Laurence Olivier Henry V Nominated
1947 Ronald Colman A Double Life Won
1948 Laurence Olivier Hamlet Won
1952 Alec Guinness The Lavender Hill Mob Nominated
1956 Laurence Olivier Richard III Nominated
1957 Alec Guinness The Bridge on the River Kwai Won
Charles Laughton Witness for the Prosecution Nominated
1958 David Niven Separate Tables Won
1960 Laurence Olivier The Entertainer Nominated
Trevor Howard Sons and Lovers Nominated
1963 Albert Finney Tom Jones Nominated
Rex Harrison Cleopatra Nominated
1964 Rex Harrison My Fair Lady Won
Peter Sellers Dr Strangelove Nominated
1965 Laurence Olivier Othello Nominated
1966 Michael Caine Alfie Nominated
Paul Scofield A Man for All Seasons Won
1968 Ron Moody Oliver! Nominated
1972 Michael Caine Sleuth Nominated
Laurence Olivier Nominated
1974 Albert Finney Murder on the Orient Express Nominated
1979 Peter Sellers Being There Nominated
1980 John Hurt The Elephant Man Nominated
1981 Dudley Moore Arthur Nominated
1982 Ben Kingsley Gandhi Won
1983 Michael Caine Educating Rita Nominated
Tom Courtenay The Dresser Nominated
Albert Finney Nominated
1984 Albert Finney Under the Volcano Nominated
1986 Bob Hoskins Mona Lisa Nominated
1989 Daniel Day-Lewis My Left Foot Won Day-Lewis is an English-born actor with joint British/Irish citizenship.
1990 Jeremy Irons Reversal of Fortune Won
1993 Daniel Day-Lewis In the Name of the Father Nominated
1994 Nigel Hawthorne The Madness of King George Nominated
1996 Ralph Fiennes The English Patient Nominated
1998 Ian McKellen Gods and Monsters Nominated
2001 Tom Wilkinson In the Bedroom Nominated
2002 Michael Caine The Quiet American Nominated
Daniel Day-Lewis Gangs of New York Nominated
2003 Jude Law Cold Mountain Nominated
Ben Kingsley House of Sand and Fog Nominated
2007 Daniel Day-Lewis There Will Be Blood Won
2009 Colin Firth A Single Man Nominated
2010 Colin Firth The King's Speech Won
2011 Gary Oldman Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Nominated
2012 Daniel Day-Lewis Lincoln Won
2013 Christian Bale American Hustle Nominated Though born in Wales, Bale and his family moved to England when he was 1 year old
Chiwetel Ejiofor 12 Years a Slave Nominated First Black English actor nominated for Best Actor

Best Actress[edit]

Leading Actress
Year Name Film Status Notes
1932 Lynn Fontanne The Guardsman Nominated
1933 Diana Wynyard Cavalcade Nominated
1935 Merle Oberon The Dark Angel Nominated Oberon was an Indian-born English actress
1938 Wendy Hiller Pygmalion Nominated
1939 Vivien Leigh Gone with the Wind Won Leigh was an Indian-born English actress
Greer Garson Goodbye, Mr. Chips Nominated
1940 Joan Fontaine Rebecca Nominated Fontaine was a Japanese-born English actress
1941 Joan Fontaine Suspicion Won
Greer Garson Blossoms in the Dust Nominated
Olivia de Havilland Hold Back the Dawn Nominated
1942 Greer Garson Mrs. Miniver Won
1943 Joan Fontaine The Constant Nymph Nominated
Greer Garson Madame Curie Nominated
1944 Greer Garson Mrs. Parkington Nominated
1945 Greer Garson The Valley of Decision Nominated
1946 Olivia de Havilland To Each His Own Won
Celia Johnson Brief Encounter Nominated
1948 Olivia de Havilland The Snake Pit Nominated
1949 Olivia de Havilland The Heiress Won de Havilland is the first of three English actresses to win this award twice (tied with Vivien Leigh, Glenda Jackson)
1951 Vivien Leigh A Streetcar Named Desire Won
1953 Audrey Hepburn Roman Holiday Won Hepburn was a Belgian-born English actress
1954 Audrey Hepburn Sabrina Nominated
1959 Audrey Hepburn The Nun's Story Nominated
1960 Greer Garson Sunrise at Campobello Nominated
1961 Audrey Hepburn Breakfast at Tiffany's Nominated
1964 Julie Andrews Mary Poppins Won
1965 Julie Andrews The Sound of Music Nominated
Julie Christie Darling Won Christie is an Indian-born English actress.
1966 Lynn Redgrave Georgy Girl Nominated
Vanessa Redgrave Morgan Nominated
1967 Edith Evans The Whisperers Nominated
1968 Vanessa Redgrave Isadora Nominated
1969 Maggie Smith The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Won Maggie Smith is the first and only English actress to win in both acting categories (Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress).
Jean Simmons The Happy Ending Nominated
1970 Glenda Jackson Women in Love Won
Sarah Miles Ryan's Daughter Nominated
1971 Glenda Jackson Sunday Bloody Sunday Nominated
Vanessa Redgrave Mary, Queen of Scots. Nominated
Julie Christie McCabe & Mrs. Miller Nominated
1972 Maggie Smith Travels with My Aunt Nominated
1973 Glenda Jackson A Touch of Class Won
1982 Julie Andrews Victor Victoria Nominated
1983 Julie Walters Educating Rita Nominated
1989 Pauline Collins Shirley Valentine Nominated
Jessica Tandy Driving Miss Daisy Won
1992 Emma Thompson Howards End Won
1993 Emma Thompson The Remains of the Day Nominated
1994 Miranda Richardson Tom and Viv Nominated
1995 Emma Thompson Sense and Sensibility Nominated
1996 Brenda Blethyn Secrets & Lies Nominated
Kristin Scott Thomas The English Patient Nominated
Emily Watson Breaking the Waves Nominated
1997 Helena Bonham Carter The Wings of the Dove Nominated
Julie Christie Afterglow Nominated
Judi Dench Mrs. Brown Nominated
Kate Winslet Titanic Nominated
1998 Emily Watson Hilary and Jackie Nominated
1999 Janet McTeer Tumbleweeds Nominated
2001 Judi Dench Iris Nominated
2003 Samantha Morton In America Nominated
Naomi Watts 21 Grams Nominated Watts is a British born, Australian actress
2004 Imelda Staunton Vera Drake Nominated
Kate Winslet Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Nominated
2005 Judi Dench Mrs Henderson Presents Nominated
Keira Knightley Pride and Prejudice Nominated
2006 Judi Dench Notes on a Scandal Nominated
Helen Mirren The Queen Won
Kate Winslet Little Children Nominated
2007 Julie Christie Away from Her Nominated
2008 Kate Winslet The Reader Won
2009 Helen Mirren The Last Station Nominated
Carey Mulligan An Education Nominated
2012 Naomi Watts The Impossible Nominated
2013 Judi Dench Philomena Nominated Dench is the first actress to get the most nominations in this category (with five). Dench is also the first actress to get the most nominations in both acting categories (with seven).

Best Supporting Actor[edit]

Supporting Actor
Year Name Film Status Notes
1950 George Sanders All About Eve Won
1951 Peter Ustinov Quo Vadis Nominated
1952 Victor McLaglen The Quiet Man Nominated
1960 Peter Ustinov Spartacus Won
1962 Terence Stamp Billy Budd Nominated
1964 Stanley Holloway My Fair Lady Nominated
John Gielgud Becket Nominated
Peter Ustinov Topkapi Won
1965 Tom Courtenay Doctor Zhivago Nominated
Frank Finlay Othello Nominated
1966 Robert Shaw A Man For All Seasons Nominated
James Mason Georgy Girl Nominated
1968 Jack Wild Oliver! Nominated
Daniel Massey Star! Nominated
1969 Anthony Quayle Anne of the Thousand Days Nominated
1970 John Mills Ryan's Daughter Won
1976 Laurence Olivier Marathon Man Nominated
1977 Peter Firth Equus Nominated
Alec Guinness Star Wars Nominated
1978 John Hurt Midnight Express Nominated
1981 John Gielgud Arthur Won
Ian Holm Chariots of Fire Nominated
1982 James Mason The Verdict Nominated
1984 Ralph Richardson Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes Nominated
1986 Denholm Elliott A Room with a View Nominated
Michael Caine Hannah and Her Sisters Won
1988 Alec Guinness Little Dorrit Nominated
1991 Ben Kingsley Bugsy Nominated
1992 Jaye Davidson The Crying Game Nominated Davidson is a US Born English actor
1993 Ralph Fiennes Schindler's List Nominated
Pete Postlethwaite In the Name of the Father Nominated
1994 Paul Scofield Quiz Show Nominated
1995 Tim Roth Rob Roy Nominated
1999 Michael Caine The Cider House Rules Won
Jude Law The Talented Mr. Ripley Nominated
2000 Albert Finney Erin Brockovich Nominated
2001 Jim Broadbent Iris Won
Ben Kingsley Sexy Beast Nominated
Ian McKellen The Fellowship of the Ring Nominated
2004 Clive Owen Closer Nominated
2007 Tom Wilkinson Michael Clayton Nominated
2010 Christian Bale The Fighter Won Though born in Wales, Bale and his family moved to England when he was 1 year old.

Best Supporting Actress[edit]

Supporting Actress
Year Name Film Status Notes
1937 May Whitty Night Must Fall Nominated
1939 Olivia de Havilland Gone with the Wind Nominated
1942 May Whitty Mrs. Miniver Nominated
Gladys Cooper Now, Voyager Nominated
1943 Gladys Cooper The Song of Bernadette Nominated
1944 Angela Lansbury Gaslight Nominated
1945 Angela Lansbury The Picture of Dorian Gray Nominated
1948 Jean Simmons Hamlet Nominated
1958 Wendy Hiller Separate Tables Won
1959 Hermione Baddeley Room at the Top Nominated
1962 Angela Lansbury The Manchurian Candidate Nominated
1963 Margaret Rutherford The V.I.P.s Won
Edith Evans Tom Jones Nominated
1964 Gladys Cooper My Fair Lady Nominated
Edith Evans The Chalk Garden Nominated
1965 Maggie Smith Othello Nominated
1966 Wendy Hiller A Man for All Seasons Nominated
Vivien Merchant Alfie Nominated
1969 Susannah York They Shoot Horses, Don't They? Nominated
1971 Margaret Leighton The Go-Between Nominated
1977 Vanessa Redgrave Julia Won
1978 Maggie Smith California Suite Won
1984 Peggy Ashcroft A Passage To India Won
1986 Maggie Smith A Room with a View Nominated
1991 Jessica Tandy Fried Green Tomatoes Nominated
1992 Joan Plowright Enchanted April Nominated
Vanessa Redgrave Howards End Nominated
Miranda Richardson Damage Nominated
1993 Emma Thompson In the Name of the Father Nominated
1994 Rosemary Harris Tom & Viv Nominated
Helen Mirren The Madness of King George Nominated
1995 Kate Winslet Sense and Sensibility Nominated
1996 Marianne Jean-Baptiste Secrets & Lies Nominated
1997 Minnie Driver Good Will Hunting Nominated
1998 Brenda Blethyn Little Voice Nominated
Judi Dench Shakespeare in Love Won
Lynn Redgrave Gods and Monsters Nominated
1999 Samantha Morton Sweet and Lowdown Nominated
2000 Judi Dench Chocolat Nominated
Julie Walters Billy Elliot Nominated
2001 Helen Mirren Gosford Park Nominated
Maggie Smith Nominated
Kate Winslet Iris Nominated
2004 Sophie Okonedo Hotel Rwanda Nominated
2005 Rachel Weisz The Constant Gardener Won
2007 Tilda Swinton Michael Clayton Won
2010 Helena Bonham Carter The King's Speech Nominated
2011 Janet McTeer Albert Nobbs Nominated
2013 Sally Hawkins Blue Jasmine Nominated

Best Director[edit]

Director
Year Name Film Status Notes
1940 Alfred Hitchcock Rebecca Nominated
1944 Alfred Hitchcock Lifeboat Nominated
1945 Alfred Hitchcock Spellbound Nominated
David Lean Brief Encounter Nominated
1947 David Lean Great Expectations Nominated
1948 Laurence Olivier Hamlet Nominated
1949 Carol Reed The Fallen Idol Nominated
1950 Carol Reed The Third Man Nominated
1954 Alfred Hitchcock Rear Window Nominated
1955 David Lean Summertime Nominated
1956 Michael Anderson Around the World in Eighty Days Nominated
1957 David Lean The Bridge on the River Kwai Won
1960 Alfred Hitchcock Psycho Nominated
1961 J. Lee Thompson The Guns of Navarone Nominated
1962 David Lean Lawrence of Arabia Won
1963 Tony Richardson Tom Jones Won
1964 Robert Stevenson Mary Poppins Nominated
Peter Glenville Becket Nominated
1965 John Schlesinger Darling Nominated
David Lean Doctor Zhivago Nominated
1968 Carol Reed Oliver! Won
Anthony Harvey The Lion in Winter Nominated
1969 John Schlesinger Midnight Cowboy Won
1970 Ken Russell Women In Love Nominated
1971 John Schlesinger Sunday Bloody Sunday Nominated
1972 John Boorman Deliverance Nominated
1978 Alan Parker Midnight Express Nominated
1979 Peter Yates Breaking Away Nominated
1981 Hugh Hudson Chariots of Fire Nominated
1982 Richard Attenborough Gandhi Won
1983 Peter Yates The Dresser Nominated
1984 David Lean A Passage to India Nominated
Roland Joffé The Killing Fields Nominated
1986 Roland Joffé The Mission Nominated
1987 John Boorman Hope and Glory Nominated
Adrian Lyne Fatal Attraction Nominated
1988 Charles Crichton A Fish Called Wanda Nominated
Alan Parker Mississippi Burning Nominated
1990 Stephen Frears The Grifters Nominated
1991 Ridley Scott Thelma & Louise Nominated
1995 Mike Figgis Leaving Las Vegas Nominated
Michael Radford The Postman Nominated (original title: Il postino) Radford is an English director born in India
1996 Mike Leigh Secrets & Lies Nominated
Anthony Minghella The English Patient Won
1997 Peter Cattaneo The Full Monty Nominated
1998 John Madden Shakespeare in Love Nominated
1999 Sam Mendes American Beauty Won
2000 Stephen Daldry Billy Elliot Nominated
Ridley Scott Gladiator Nominated
2001 Ridley Scott Black Hawk Down Nominated
2002 Stephen Daldry The Hours Nominated
2004 Mike Leigh Vera Drake Nominated
2006 Stephen Frears The Queen Nominated
Paul Greengrass United 93 Nominated
2008 Danny Boyle Slumdog Millionaire Won
Stephen Daldry The Reader Nominated
2010 Tom Hooper The King's Speech Won
2013 Steve McQueen 12 Years a Slave Nominated First black English director nominated for Best Director

Production[edit]

Best Writing – Adapted Screenplay[edit]

Adapted Screenplay
Year Name Film Status Notes
1958 Terence Rattigan
John Gay
Separate Tables Nominated
1959 Alec Guinness The Horse's Mouth Nominated
1962 Robert Bolt Lawrence of Arabia Nominated
1963 John Osborne Tom Jones Won
1965 Robert Bolt Doctor Zhivago Won
1966 Robert Bolt A Man For All Seasons Won
Bill Naughton Alfie Nominated
1974 Paul Dehn Murder on the Orient Express Nominated
1977 Peter Shaffer Equus Nominated
1981 Harold Pinter The French Lieutenant's Woman Nominated
1983 Harold Pinter Betrayal Nominated
Willy Russell Educating Rita Nominated
1984 Peter Shaffer Amadeus Won
David Lean A Passage to India Nominated
Bruce Robinson The Killing Fields Nominated
1987 James Dearden Fatal Attraction Nominated
1988 Christopher Hampton Dangerous Liaisons Won
1992 Peter Barnes Enchanted April Nominated
1993 William Nicholson Shadowlands Nominated
1994 Alan Bennett The Madness of King George Nominated
1995 Emma Thompson Sense and Sensibility Won
1996 Anthony Minghella The English Patient Nominated
1999 Anthony Minghella The Talented Mr Ripley Nominated
2002 David Hare The Hours Nominated
2006 Patrick Marber Notes on a Scandal Nominated
Sacha Baron Cohen
Anthony Hines
Dan Mazer
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan Nominated Nominated with Peter Baynham and Todd Phillips
2007 Christopher Hampton Atonement Nominated
2008 Simon Beaufoy Slumdog Millionaire Won
Peter Morgan Frost/Nixon Nominated
David Hare The Reader Nominated
2009 Nick Hornby An Education Nominated
Jesse Armstrong
Simon Blackwell
Tony Roche
In the Loop Nominated Nominated with Armando Iannucci
2010 Danny Boyle
Simon Beaufoy
127 Hours Nominated
2011 Bridget O'Connor
Peter Straughan
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Nominated
2013 Steve Coogan
Jeff Pope
Philomena Nominated

Best Writing – Original Screenplay[edit]

Original Screenplay
Year Name Film Status Notes
1952 T. E. B. Clarke The Lavender Hill Mob Won
Terence Rattigan The Sound Barrier Nominated
1960 Bryan Forbes The Angry Silence Nominated
1965 Frederic Raphael Darling Won Raphael was born in the USA in 1931 but emigrated to England in 1938.
Jack Davies
Ken Annakin
Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines Nominated
1968 Arthur C. Clarke 2001: A Space Odyssey Nominated Nominated with Stanley Kubrick
1971 Penelope Gilliatt Sunday, Bloody Sunday Nominated
1981 Colin Welland Chariots of Fire Won
Trevor Griffiths Reds Nominated Nominated with Warren Beatty
1985 Charles McKeown
Tom Stoppard
Brazil Nominated Nominated with Terry Gilliam
Hanif Kureishi My Beautiful Laundrette Nominated
1988 John Cleese
Charles Crichton
A Fish Called Wanda Nominated
1994 Richard Curtis Four Weddings and a Funeral Nominated
1996 Mike Leigh Secrets & Lies Nominated
1997 Simon Beaufoy The Full Monty Nominated
1998 Tom Stoppard Shakespeare In Love Won Stoppard is a Czech-born English writer. The Oscar was shared with the American Marc Norman.
1999 Mike Leigh Topsy-Turvy Nominated
2000 Lee Hall Billy Elliot Nominated
2001 Julian Fellowes Gosford Park Won
Christopher Nolan
Jonathan Nolan
Memento Nominated
2003 Steven Knight Dirty Pretty Things Nominated
2004 Mike Leigh Vera Drake Nominated
2006 Peter Morgan The Queen Nominated
2008 Mike Leigh Happy-Go-Lucky Nominated
2010 Mike Leigh Another Year Nominated
Christopher Nolan Inception Nominated

Best Picture[edit]

Picture
Year Producer Film Status Notes
1945 Laurence Olivier Henry V Nominated
1946 Anthony Havelock-Allan
Ronald Neame
Great Expectations Nominated
1948 Laurence Olivier Hamlet Won
Michael Powell The Red Shoes Nominated Nominated with Emeric Pressburger
1958 James Woolf
John Woolf
Room at the Top Nominated
1963 Tony Richardson Tom Jones Won
1966 Lewis Gilbert Alfie Nominated
1968 John Woolf Oliver! Won
Anthony Havelock-Allan
John Brabourne
Romeo and Juliet Nominated
1978 Barry Spikings
Michael Deeley
The Deer Hunter Won Nominated with Michael Cimino and John Peverall
David Puttnam
Alan Marshall
Midnight Express Nominated
1981 David Puttnam Chariots of Fire Won
1982 Richard Attenborough Gandhi Won
1983 Peter Yates The Dresser Nominated
1984 David Puttnam The Killing Fields Nominated
John Brabourne<br.Richard Goodwin A Passage to India Nominated
1986 David Puttnam The Mission Nominated
1987 Jeremy Thomas The Last Emperor Won The Last Emperor is an English-produced, mostly Italian-made film shot in China.
1987 John Boorman Hope and Glory Nominated
1992 Stephen Woolley The Crying Game Nominated
1994 Duncan Kenworthy Four Weddings and a Funeral Nominated
1996 Simon Channing-Williams Secrets and Lies Nominated
1998 David Parfitt Shakespeare in Love Won Shared with Harvey Weinstein, Edward Zwick, Marc Norman, Donna Gigliotti.
Alison Owen Elizabeth Nominated
2004 Graham King The Aviator Nominated King is a Los Angeles-based English producer. Nominated with Michael Mann
2006 Andy Harries
Tracey Seaward
Christine Langan
The Queen Nominated
Graham King The Departed Won
2007 Tim Bevan
Eric Fellner
Atonement Nominated Tim Bevan is a New Zealand-born English producer
2008 Christian Colson Slumdog Millionaire Won
2009 Amanda Posey An Education Nominated Nominated with Finola Dwyer
2010 Christian Colson
Danny Boyle
127 Hours Nominated
Christopher Nolan
Emma Thomas
Inception Nominated
Gareth Unwin
Iain Canning
The King's Speech Won Shared with Emile Sherman
2011 Graham King Hugo Nominated Nominated with Martin Scorsese
2012 Tim Bevan
Eric Fellner
Debra Hayward
Cameron Mackintosh
Les Misérables Nominated
2013 Steve McQueen 12 Years a Slave Won Shared with Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, and Anthony Katagas
David Heyman Gravity Nominated Shared with Alfonso Cuarón
Gabrielle Tana
Steve Coogan
Tracey Seaward
Philomena Nominated

Best Documentary[edit]

Documentary
Year Name Film Status Notes
1954 Lindsay Anderson Thursday's Children Won Winner of Best Documentary - Short Subject
1966 Peter Watkins The War Game Won
1995 Jon Blair Anne Frank Remembered Won Winner of Best Documentary Feature
2008 James Marsh Man on Wire Won Nominated with Simon Chinn
2010 Banksy Exit Through the Gift Shop Nominated
Lucy Walker Waste Land Nominated
Tim Hetherington Restrepo Nominated
2011 Lucy Walker The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom Nominated Nominated for Best Documentary - Short Subject with Kira Carstensen

Best Animated Film[edit]

Animated Feature
Year Name Film Status Notes
2005 Steve Box
Nick Park
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit Won
2012 Sam Fell
Chris Butler
ParaNorman Nominated
Peter Lord The Pirates! Band of Misfits Nominated

Best Animated Short Film[edit]

Animated Short Film
Year Name Film Status Notes
1982 Dianne Jackson The Snowman Nominated
1990 Nick Park Creature Comforts Won
A Grand Day Out Nominated
1992 Peter Lord Adam Nominated
1993 Nick Park The Wrong Trousers Won
1995 Nick Park A Close Shave Won
1996 Peter Lord Wat's Pig Nominated
2008 Suzie Templeton Peter and the Wolf Won
2009 Nick Park A Matter of Loaf and Death Nominated

Best Production Design[edit]

Art Direction
Year Name Film Status Notes
1948 Arthur Lawson The Red Shoes Won Best Colour Art Direction, award shared with Hein Heckroth
Roger K. Furse
Carmen Dillon
Hamlet Won Best Black and White Art Direction
1962 John Box
John Stoll
Lawrence of Arabia Won Shared with Dario Simoni
1964 Cecil Beaton My Fair Lady Won Shared with Gene Allen, George James Hopkins
1965 John Box
Terence Marsh
Doctor Zhivago Won Shared with Dario Simoni
1968 John Box
Terence Marsh
Oliver! Won Shared with Vernon Dixon and Ken Muggleston
1970 Terence Marsh Scrooge Nominated Nominated with Bob Cartwright and Pamela Cornell
1971 John Box Nicholas and Alexandra Won
1973 Stephen Grimes The Way We Were Nominated Sshared with William Kiernan
1977 John Barry
Norman Reynolds
Roger Christian
Star Wars Won
1979 Tony Walton All That Jazz Won Shared with Philip Rosenberg, Edward Stewart and Gary Brink
1981 Norman Reynolds Raiders of the Lost Ark Won Shared with Leslie Dilley and Michael D. Ford (Set Decoration)
1982 Stuart Craig Gandhi Won
1985 Stephen Grimes Out of Africa Won
1986 Brian Ackland-Snow A Room with a View Won Shared with Gianni Quaranta, Brian Savegar and Elio Altamura (Set Decoration)
Peter Lamont Aliens Nominated Shared with Crispian Sallis
Stuart Craig The Mission Nominated Shared with Jack Stephens
1988 Stuart Craig Dangerous Liaisons Won
Anthony Pratt
Joanne Woollard
Hope and Glory Nominated
1989 Anton Furst Batman Won
1996 Stuart Craig The English Patient Won
1997 Peter Lamont Titanic Won
1998 Martin Childs Shakespeare In Love Won
2001 Stuart Craig Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Nominated
2004 Anthony Pratt The Phantom of the Opera Nominated
2005 Stuart Craig Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Nominated
Sarah Greenwood Pride & Prejudice Nominated
2007 Sarah Greenwood Atonement Nominated
2009 Sarah Greenwood Sherlock Holmes Nominated
2010 Eve Stewart The King's Speech Nominated
Stuart Craig Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 Nominated
Guy Hendrix Dyas Inception Nominated
2011 Stuart Craig
Stephenie McMillan
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Nominated
2012 Sarah Greenwood
Katie Spencer
Anna Karenina Nominated
2013 Joanne Woollard Gravity Nominated Shared with Rosie Goodwin and Andy Nicholson

Best Cinematography[edit]

Cinematography
Year Name Film Status Notes
1947 Jack Cardiff Black Narcissus Won Winner for Best Colour Cinematography
Guy Green Great Expectations Won Winner for Best Black and White Cinematography
1957 Jack Hildyard Bridge on the River Kwai Won
1960 Freddie Francis Sons and Lovers Won
1962 Freddie Young Lawrence of Arabia Won
1964 Geoffrey Unsworth Becket Nominated
1965 Freddie Young Doctor Zhivago Won
1969 Arthur Ibbetson Anne of the Thousand Days Nominated
1970 Freddie Young Ryan's Daughter Won
1971 Oswald Morris Fiddler on the Roof Won
1972 Geoffrey Unsworth Cabaret Won
1974 Geoffrey Unsworth Murder on the Orient Express Nominated
1975 John Alcott Barry Lyndon Won
1977 Douglas Slocombe Julia Nominated
1980 Geoffrey Unsworth Tess Won Posthumous win
1981 Douglas Slocombe Raiders of the Lost Ark Nominated
Alex Thomson Excalibur Nominated
Billy Williams On Golden Pond Nominated
1982 Billy Williams Gandhi Won
1984 Chris Menges The Killing Fields Won
1985 David Watkin Out of Africa Won
1986 Chris Menges The Mission Won
1989 Freddie Francis Glory Won
1991 Adrian Biddle Thelma & Louise Nominated
1992 Tony Pierce-Roberts Howards End Nominated
1994 Roger Deakins The Shawshank Redemption Nominated
1996 Roger Deakins Fargo Nominated
Chris Menges Michael Collins Nominated
1997 Roger Deakins Kundun Nominated
1998 Remi Adefarasin Elizabeth Nominated
1999 Roger Pratt The End of the Affair Nominated
2000 Roger Deakins O Brother, Where Art Thou? Nominated
John Mathieson Gladiator Nominated
2001 Roger Deakins The Man Who Wasn't There Nominated
2004 John Mathieson The Phantom of the Opera Nominated
2006 Dick Pope The Illusionist Nominated
2007 Roger Deakins The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford Nominated
No Country for Old Men Nominated
2008 Roger Deakins
Chris Menges
The Reader Nominated
Anthony Dod Mantle Slumdog Millionaire Won
2009 Barry Ackroyd The Hurt Locker Nominated
2010 Roger Deakins True Grit Nominated
Danny Cohen The King's Speech Nominated
2012 Roger Deakins Skyfall Nominated
2013 Roger Deakins Prisoners Nominated

Best Editing[edit]

Film Editing
Year Name Film Status Notes
1957 Peter Taylor The Bridge on the River Kwai Won
1962 Anne V. Coates Lawrence of Arabia' Won
1978 Gerry Hambling Midnight Express Nominated
Stuart Baird Superman Nominated
1980 Anne V. Coates The Elephant Man Nominated
1981 Terry Rawlings Chariots of Fire Nominated
1982 John Bloom Gandhi Won
1984 David Lean A Passage to India Nominated
Jim Clark The Killing Fields Won
1986 Claire Simpson Platoon Won
1988 Stuart Baird Gorillas in the Mist Nominated
1989 Gerry Hambling Mississippi Burning Nominated
1991 Gerry Hambling The Commitments Nominated
1993 Gerry Hambling In the Name of the Father Nominated
1996 Gerry Hambling Evita Nominated
1998 Anne V. Coates Out of Sight Nominated
2002 Martin Walsh Chicago Won
2008 Chris Dickens Slumdog Millionaire Won
2010 Jon Harris 127 Hours Nominated
2013 Mark Sanger Gravity Won Shared with Alfonso Cuarón
Joe Walker 12 Years a Slave Nominated

Best Sound[edit]

Sound
Year Name Film Status Shared With
1952 London Films Sound Department The Sound Barrier Won
1964 Norman Wanstall Goldfinger Won
1968 Shepperton Studios Sound Department Oliver! Won
1985 Peter Handford Out of Africa Won Larry Stensvold, Gary Alexander, and Chris Jenkins
1987 Bill Rowe
Ivan Sharrock
The Last Emperor Won
1988 Andy Nelson
Peter Handford
Gorillas in the Mist Nominated Brian Saunders
1993 Andy Nelson Schindler's List Nominated Steve Pederson, Scott Millan, and Ron Judkins
1995 Andy Nelson Braveheart Nominated Scott Millan, Anna Behlmer, and Brian Simmons
1996 Andy Nelson
Ken Weston
Evita Nominated Anna Behlmer
1997 Andy Nelson L.A. Confidential Nominated Anna Behlmer and Kirk Francis
1998 Andy Nelson Saving Private Ryan Won Gary Rydstrom, Gary Summers, and Ron Judkins
The Thin Red Line Nominated Anna Behlmer and Paul Brincat
1999 Andy Nelson The Insider Nominated Doug Hemphill and Lee Orloff
2000 Ken Weston Gladiator Won Bob Beemer and Scott Millan
Ivan Sharrock U-571 Nominated Steve Maslow, Gregg Landaker, and Rick Kline
2001 Andy Nelson Moulin Rouge! Nominated Anna Behlmer, Roger Savage, and Guntis Sics
2002 Ivan Sharrock Gangs of New York Nominated Tom Fleischman and Eugene Gearty
2003 Andy Nelson The Last Samurai Nominated Anna Behlmer and Jeff Wexler
Seabiscuit Nominated Anna Behlmer and Tod A. Maitland
2005 Andy Nelson War of the Worlds Nominated Anna Behlmer and Ron Judkins
2006 Andy Nelson
Ivan Sharrock
Blood Diamond Nominated Anna Behlmer
2009 Ray Beckett The Hurt Locker Won Paul N.J. Ottosson
Andy Nelson Avatar Nominated Christopher Boyes, Tony Johnson, and Gary Summers
Star Trek Nominated Anna Behlmer and Peter J. Devlin
2011 John Midgley Hugo Won Tom Fleischman
Andy Nelson
Stuart Wilson
War Horse Nominated Gary Rydstrom and Tom Johnson
2012 Andy Nelson Les Misérables Won Mark Paterson and Simon Hayes
Lincoln Nominated Gary Rydstrom and Ron Judkins
Stuart Wilson Skyfall Nominated Scott Millan and Greg P. Russell

Artistic crafts awards[edit]

Best Costume Design[edit]

Costume Design
Year Name Film Status Notes
1958 Cecil Beaton Gigi Won
1964 Cecil Beaton My Fair Lady Won
1965 Julie Harris Darling Won Won Best Black and White Costume Design
Phyllis Dalton Doctor Zhivago Won Won Best Colour Costume Design
1969 Margaret Furse Anne of the Thousand Days Won
1970 Margaret Furse Scrooge Nominated
1972 Anthony Powell Travels With My Aunt Won
1977 John Mollo Star Wars Won
1978 Anthony Powell Death on the Nile Won
1980 Anthony Powell Tess Won
1982 John Mollo Gandhi Won
1986 Jenny Beavan A Room with a View Won
1987 James Acheson The Last Emperor Won
1988 James Acheson Dangerous Liaisons Won
1989 Phyllis Dalton Henry V Won
1992 Jenny Beavan Howards End Nominated
1993 Sandy Powell Orlando Nominated
1995 James Acheson Restoration Won
1997 Sandy Powell The Wings of the Dove Nominated
1998 Sandy Powell Shakespeare in Love Won
Velvet Goldmine Nominated
2000 Janty Yates Gladiator Won
2001 Jenny Beavan Gosford Park Nominated
2002 Sandy Powell Gangs of New York Nominated
2004 Sandy Powell The Aviator Won
2005 Jacqueline Durran Pride & Prejudice Nominated
Sandy Powell Mrs Henderson Presents Nominated
2007 Jacqueline Durran Atonement Nominated
2008 Michael O'Connor The Duchess Won
2009 Sandy Powell The Young Victoria Won
2010 Jenny Beavan The King's Speech Nominated
Sandy Powell The Tempest Nominated
2011 Sandy Powell Hugo Nominated
Michael O'Connor Jane Eyre Nominated
2012 Jacqueline Durran Anna Karenina Won
Joanna Johnston Lincoln Nominated
2013 Michael O'Connor The Invisible Woman Nominated

Best Music – Score[edit]

Score
Year Name Film Status Notes
1946 William Walton Henry V Nominated
1948 Brian Easdale The Red Shoes Won
William Walton Hamlet Nominated
1957 Malcolm Arnold The Bridge on the River Kwai Won
1963 John Addison Tom Jones Won
1966 John Barry Born Free Won
Ken Thorne A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Won Best Music, Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment
1967 Richard Rodney Bennett Far from the Madding Crowd Nominated
Leslie Bricusse Doctor Dolittle Nominated
1968 John Barry The Lion In Winter Won
1969 Leslie Bricusse Goodbye, Mr. Chips Nominated Score of a Musical Picture-Original or Adaptation. Nominated with John Williams
1970 The Beatles Let It Be Won Winner of Best Original Song Score
Leslie Bricusse Scrooge Nominated Nominee for Best Original Song Score. Nominated with Ian Fraser and Herbert W. Spencer
1971 John Barry Mary, Queen of Scots Nominated
Richard Rodney Bennett Nicholas and Alexandra Nominated
Peter Maxwell Davies The Boy Friend Nominated Nominated for Adaptation and Original Song Score
Leslie Bricusse
Anthony Newley
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Nominated Nominated for Adaptation and Original Song Score; shared with Walter Scharf
1972 John Addison Sleuth Nominated
Charles Chaplin Limelight Won Shared with Raymond Rasch and Larry Russell. Film made in 1952, but not released in Los Angeles until 1972.
1974 Richard Rodney Bennett Murder on the Orient Express Nominated
1982 George Fenton Gandhi Nominated
1985 John Barry Out of Africa Won
1987 George Fenton Cry Freedom Nominated
1988 George Fenton Dangerous Liaisons Nominated
1990 John Barry Dances With Wolves Won
1991 George Fenton The Fisher King Nominated
1992 John Barry Chaplin Nominated
1996 Rachel Portman Emma Won Original Score - Comedy or Musical
1997 Anne Dudley The Full Monty Won Original Score - Comedy or Musical
1998 Stephen Warbeck Shakespeare In Love Won Original Score - Comedy or Musical
1999 Rachel Portman The Cider House Rules Nominated
2000 Rachel Portman Chocolat Nominated
2010 Atticus Ross The Social Network Won Shared with American-born co-composer Trent Reznor
2010 John Powell How To Train Your Dragon Nominated
2013 Steven Price Gravity Won

Best Music – Original Song[edit]

Original Song
Year Name Film Song Status Notes
1966 John Barry
Don Black
Born Free "Born Free" Won
1967 Leslie Bricusse Doctor Dolittle "Talk to the Animals" Won
1969 Don Black True Grit "True Grit" Nominated Nominated with Elmer Bernstein.
1970 Leslie Bricusse Scrooge "Thank You Very Much" Nominated
1972 Don Black Ben "Ben" Nominated Nominated with Walter Scharf.
1973 Paul McCartney Live and Let Die "Live and Let Die" Nominated Nominated with Linda McCartney.
1976 Don Black The Pink Panther Strikes Again "Come to Me" Nominated Nominated with Henry Mancini
1984 Phil Collins Against All Odds "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)" Nominated
1987 George Fenton Cry Freedom "Cry Freedom" Nominated Nominated with Jonas Gwangwa
1988 Phil Collins Buster "Two Hearts" Nominated Nominated with Lamont Dozier
1992 Tim Rice Aladdin "A Whole New World" Won Shared with Alan Menken.
1994 Elton John
Tim Rice
The Lion King "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" Won
"Circle of Life" Nominated
"Hakuna Matata" Nominated
1996 Tim Rice
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Evita "You Must Love Me" Won
1999 Phil Collins Tarzan "You'll Be in My Heart", Won
2000 Sting The Emperor's New Groove "My Funny Friend and Me" Nominated
2001 Sting Kate & Leopold "Until..." Nominated
Paul McCartney Vanilla Sky "Vanilla Sky" Nominated
2002 Adam Clayton
The Edge
Gangs of New York "The Hands That Built America" Nominated Clayton and The Edge are English/Irish musicians. Nominated with Bono and Larry Mullen, Jr.
2003 Elvis Costello Cold Mountain "Scarlet Tide" Nominated Nominated with T-Bone Burnett.
Sting "You Will Be My Ain True Love" Nominated
2004 Charles Hart
Andrew Lloyd Webber
The Phantom of the Opera "Learn to Be Lonely" Nominated
2008 Peter Gabriel WALL-E "Down to Earth" Nominated Nominated with Thomas Newman
2010 Dido
Rollo Armstrong
127 Hours "If I Rise" Nominated Nominated with A. R. Rahman
2012 Adele
Paul Epworth
Skyfall "Skyfall" Won
Herbert Kretzmer Les Misérables "Suddenly" Nominated Kretzmer is South African-born. Nominated with Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg
2013 Adam Clayton
The Edge
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom "Ordinary Love" Nominated Clayton and The Edge are English/Irish musicians. Nominated with Bono and Larry Mullen, Jr.

Best Visual Effects[edit]

Visual Effects
Year Name Film Status Notes
1964 Peter Ellenshaw Mary Poppins Won
1965 John Stears Thunderball Won
1977 John Stears Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope Won
1978 Derek Meddings Superman: The Movie Won
1979 Brian Johnson Alien Won
Derek Meddings Moonraker Nominated
Peter Ellenshaw The Black Hole Nominated
1980 Brian Johnson The Empire Strikes Back Won Shared with Richard Edlund, Dennis Muren and Bruce Nicholson
1981 Brian Johnson Dragonslayer Nominated
1986 John Richardson Aliens Won Shared with Robert Skotak, Stan Winston and Susanne Benson.
2000 Tim Burke
Neil Corbould
Gladiator Won Shared with Rob Harvey and John Nelson
2004 Tim Burke
John Richardson
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Nominated Shared with Bill George and Roger Guyett
2006 Neil Corbould Superman Returns Nominated Shared with Richard R. Hoover, Mark Stetson, and John Thum
2008 Chris Corbould
Tim Webber
The Dark Knight Nominated Shared with Nick Davis, Paul J. Franklin.
2010 Tim Burke
John Richardson
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 Nominated Shared with Nicholas Aithadi and Christian Manz
Chris Corbould
Paul Franklin
Andrew Lockley
Inception Won Nominated with Peter Bebb
2011 Tim Burke
John Richardson
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Nominated Shared with Greg Butler and David Vickery
2012 Neil Corbould
Michael Dawson
Snow White and the Huntsman Nominated Shared with Phil Brennan and Cedric Nicolas-Troyan
2013 Neil Corbould
Tim Webber
Gravity Won Shared with Chris Lawrence and David Shirk

Best Short Film – Live Action[edit]

Short Film, Live Action
Year Name Film Status Notes
2004 Andrea Arnold Wasp Winner

Honorary Awards[edit]

Honorary Awards
Year Name Award
1942 Noël Coward Honorary Academy Award for In Which We Serve
1946 Laurence Olivier Honorary Academy Award for Henry V
1960 Hayley Mills Honorary Academy Award for Pollyanna
1967 Alfred Hitchcock The Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
1969 Cary Grant Honorary Academy Award
1971 Charles Chaplin Honorary Academy Award
1978 Laurence Olivier Honorary Academy Award
1979 Alec Guinness Honorary Academy Award
2000 Jack Cardiff Honorary Academy Award
2010 Kevin Brownlow Honorary Academy Award