List of Jewish Academy Award winners and nominees

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This is a list of Jewish Academy Award winners and nominees. It includes ethnic Jews and those who converted to Judaism.

Best Actor in a Leading Role[edit]

Best Actor in a Leading Role
Year Name Film Role Status Milestone
1928/29 Paul Muni The Valiant James Dyke Nominated First Jewish Actor nominated for an Academy Award
1930/31 Jackie Cooper Skippy Skippy Skinner Nominated Jewish father
1932/33 Leslie Howard Berkeley Square Peter Standish Nominated
Paul Muni I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang James Allen Nominated
1935 Black Fury Joe Radek Nominated
1936 The Story of Louis Pasteur Louis Pasteur Won First Jewish Actor to win an Academy Award
1936 The Life of Émile Zola Émile Zola Nominated
1938 Leslie Howard Pygmalion Professor Henry Higgins Nominated
1941 Cary Grant Penny Serenade Roger Adams Nominated Jewish father
1943 Paul Lukas Watch on the Rhine Kurt Muller Won
1944 Cary Grant None but the Lonely Heart Ernie Mott Nominated
1945 Cornel Wilde A Song to Remember Frédéric Chopin Nominated
1947 John Garfield Body and Soul Charlie Davis Nominated
1949 Kirk Douglas Champion Michael "Midge" Kelly Nominated
1952 The Bad and the Beautiful Jonathan Shields Nominated
1956 Lust for Life Vincent Van Gogh Nominated
1958 Tony Curtis The Defiant Ones John 'Joker' Jackson Nominated
Paul Newman Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Brick Pollitt Nominated Jewish father
1959 Laurence Harvey Room at the Top Joe Lampton Nominated
Paul Muni The Last Angry Man Dr. Sam Abelman Nominated
1961 Paul Newman The Hustler Eddie Felson Nominated
Stuart Whitman The Mark Jim Fuller Nominated
1963 Paul Newman Hud Hud Bannon Nominated
1964 Peter Sellers Dr. Strangelove Group Captain Lionel Mandrake / President Merkin Muffley / Dr. Strangelove Nominated
1966 Alan Arkin The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming Lt. Rozanov Nominated
1967 Dustin Hoffman The Graduate Benjamin Braddock Nominated
Paul Newman Cool Hand Luke Lucas "Cool Hand Luke" Jackson Nominated
1968 Alan Arkin The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter John Singer Nominated
Ron Moody Oliver! Fagin Nominated
1969 Dustin Hoffman Midnight Cowboy Enrico Salvatore "Ratso" "Rico" Rizzo Nominated
1970 Melvyn Douglas I Never Sang for My Father Tom Garrison Nominated Jewish father
1971 Walter Matthau Kotch Joseph P. Kotcher Nominated
Topol Fiddler on the Roof Tevye Nominated
1974 Dustin Hoffman Lenny Lenny Bruce Nominated
1975 Walter Matthau The Sunshine Boys Willy Clark Nominated
1976 Sylvester Stallone Rocky Rocky Balboa Nominated Jewish maternal grandfather
1977 Richard Dreyfuss The Goodbye Girl Elliot Garfield Won
Woody Allen Annie Hall Alvy Singer Nominated
1979 Dustin Hoffman Kramer vs. Kramer Ted Kramer Won
Peter Sellers Being There Chance the Gardener/Chauncey Gardiner Nominated
1981 Paul Newman Absence of Malice Michael Colin Gallagher Nominated
1982 Dustin Hoffman Tootsie Michael Dorsey/Dorothy Michaels Nominated
Paul Newman The Verdict Frank Galvin Nominated
1985 Harrison Ford Witness Detective Captain John Book Nominated
1986 Paul Newman The Color of Money Fast Eddie Felson Won
1987 Michael Douglas Wall Street Gordon Gekko Won Douglas' father Kirk is Jewish
1988 Dustin Hoffman Rain Man Raymond Babbitt Won
1989 Daniel Day-Lewis My Left Foot Christy Brown Won
1993 In the Name of the Father Gerry Conlon Nominated
1994 Paul Newman Nobody's Fool Donald "Sully" Sullivan Nominated
2002 Adrien Brody The Pianist Władysław Szpilman Won
Daniel Day-Lewis Gangs of New York William "Bill the Butcher" Cutting Nominated
2003 Sean Penn Mystic River Jimmy Markum Won Jewish father
2007 Daniel Day-Lewis There Will Be Blood Daniel Plainview Won
2008 Sean Penn Milk Harvey Milk Won
2010 Jesse Eisenberg The Social Network Mark Zuckerberg Nominated
James Franco 127 Hours Aron Ralston Nominated
2012 Daniel Day-Lewis Lincoln Abraham Lincoln Won
Joaquin Phoenix The Master Freddie Quell Nominated
2016 Andrew Garfield Hacksaw Ridge Desmond T. Doss Nominated
2017 Daniel Day-Lewis Phantom Thread Reynolds Woodcock Nominated
Timothée Chalamet Call Me by Your Name Elio Nominated

Best Actress in a Leading Role[edit]

Best Actress in a Leading Role
Year Name Film Role Status Milestone
1929 Norma Shearer Their Own Desire Lucia Marlett Nominated Converted to Judaism
1930 The Divorcee Jerry Bernard Martin Won First Jewish Actress to win an Academy Award.
1931 A Free Soul Jan Ashe Nominated
1934 The Barretts of Wimpole Street Elizabeth Barrett Nominated
1935 Elisabeth Bergner Caged Gemma Jones Nominated
1936 Luise Rainer The Great Ziegfeld Anna Held Won First Jewish born actress to win an Academy Award
1936 Norma Shearer Romeo and Juliet Juliet Capulet Nominated
1937 Luise Rainer The Good Earth O-Lan Won
1938 Norma Shearer Marie Antoinette Marie Antoinette Nominated
1950 Judy Holliday Born Yesterday Emma "Billie" Dawn Won
Eleanor Parker Caged Marie Allen Nominated Converted to Judaism
1951 Shelley Winters A Place in the Sun Alice Tripp Nominated
1955 Eleanor Parker Interrupted Melody Marjorie Lawrence Nominated
1956 Carroll Baker Baby Doll Baby Doll Meighan Nominated Converted to Judaism
1957 Elizabeth Taylor Raintree County Susanna Drake Nominated Converted to Judaism
1958 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Margaret "Maggie the Cat" Pollitt Nominated
1959 Simone Signoret Room at the Top Alice Aisgill Won
Elizabeth Taylor Suddenly, Last Summer Catherine Holly Nominated
1960 BUtterfield 8 Gloria Wandrous Won
1961 Piper Laurie The Hustler Sarah Packard Nominated
1964 Kim Stanley Séance on a Wet Afternoon Myra Savage Nominated Converted to Judaism
1965 Simone Signoret Ship of Fools La Contessa Nominated
1966 Elizabeth Taylor Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Martha Won
Anouk Aimée A Man and a Woman Anne Gauthier Nominated
Ida Kamińska The Shop on Main Street Rozalie Lautmann Nominated
1968 Barbra Streisand Funny Girl Fanny Brice Won Tied with Katharine Hepburn for The Lion in Winter
1970 Ali MacGraw Love Story Jennifer Cavalleri-Barrett Nominated
1971 Janet Suzman Nicholas and Alexandra Empress Alexandra of Russia Nominated
1973 Barbra Streisand The Way We Were Katie Morosky Nominated
1975 Carol Kane Hester Street Gitl Nominated
1978 Jill Clayburgh An Unmarried Woman Erica Benton Nominated Jewish father
1979 Starting Over Marilyn Holmberg Nominated
Bette Midler The Rose Mary Rose Foster Nominated
1980 Goldie Hawn Private Benjamin Judy Benjamin Nominated
1982 Debra Winger An Officer and a Gentleman Paula Pokrifki Nominated
1983 Terms of Endearment Emma Greenway Horton Nominated
1986 Marlee Matlin Children of a Lesser God Sarah Norman Won
1991 Bette Midler For the Boys Dixie Leonard Nominated
1993 Debra Winger Shadowlands Joy Davidman Nominated
1994 Winona Ryder Little Women Josephine "Jo" March Nominated Jewish father
1997 Helen Hunt As Good as It Gets Carol Connelly Won Jewish father
Helena Bonham Carter The Wings of the Dove Kate Croy Nominated
1998 Gwyneth Paltrow Shakespeare in Love Viola de Lesseps/Thomas Kent Won Jewish father
2011 Natalie Portman Black Swan Nina Sayers Won
2016 Isabelle Huppert Elle Michèle Leblanc Nominated Huppert is of Hungarian-Jewish descent
Natalie Portman Jackie Jackie Kennedy Nominated

Best Actor in a Supporting Role[edit]

Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Year Name Film Role Status Milestone
1936 Mischa Auer My Man Godfrey Carlo Nominated
1937 Joseph Schildkraut The Life of Émile Zola Captain Alfred Dreyfus Won
1938 John Garfield Four Daughters Mickey Borden Nominated
1945 Michael Chekhov Spellbound Dr. Alexander "Alex" Brulov Nominated
1948 Oskar Homolka I Remember Mama Uncle Chris Halverson Nominated
1950 Sam Jaffe The Asphalt Jungle Dr. Erwin Riedenschneider Nominated
1950 Erich von Stroheim Sunset Boulevard Max von Meyerling Nominated
1950 Jeff Chandler Broken Arrow Cochise Nominated
1951 Leo Genn Quo Vadis Petronius Nominated
Kevin McCarthy Death of a Salesman Biff Loman Nominated
1953 Robert Strauss Stalag 17 Sgt. Stanislas "Animal" Kasava Nominated
1954 Lee J. Cobb On the Waterfront Johnny Friendly Nominated
1957 Red Buttons Sayonara Airman Joe Kelly Won
1958 Theodore Bikel The Defiant Ones Sheriff Max Muller Nominated
Lee J. Cobb The Brothers Karamazov Fyodor Karamazov Nominated
1959 Ed Wynn The Diary of Anne Frank Albert Dussell Won
1960 Peter Falk Murder, Inc. Abe "Kid Twist" Reles Nominated
Jack Kruschen The Apartment Dr. Dreyfuss Nominated
1961 Peter Falk Pocketful of Miracles Joy Boy Nominated
1963 Melvyn Douglas Hud Homer Bannon Won Jewish father
1965 Martin Balsam A Thousand Clowns Arnold Burns Won
1966 Walter Matthau The Fortune Cookie Willie Gingrich Won
George Segal Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Nick Nominated
1968 Jack Albertson The Subject Was Roses John Cleary Won
Gene Wilder The Producers Leo Bloom Nominated
1969 Elliott Gould Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice Ted Henderson Nominated
1972 Joel Grey Cabaret Master of Ceremonies Won
James Caan The Godfather Sonny Corleone Nominated
1973 Jack Gilford Save the Tiger Phil Greene Nominated
1973 John Houseman The Paper Chase Charles w. Kingsfield Jr. Won Jewish father
1974 Fred Astaire The Towering Inferno Harlee Claiborne Nominated Jewish father
Lee Strasberg The Godfather Part II Hyman Roth Nominated
1975 George Burns The Sunshine Boys Al Lewis Won
1979 Melvyn Douglas Being There Benjamin Turnbull Rand Won
1980 Judd Hirsch Ordinary People Dr. Tyrone C. Berger Nominated
1987 Albert Brooks Broadcast News Aaron Altman Nominated
1988 Kevin Kline A Fish Called Wanda Otto West Won Jewish father
Martin Landau Tucker: The Man and His Dream Abe Karatz Nominated
River Phoenix Running on Empty Danny Pope Nominated
1989 Martin Landau Crimes and Misdemeanors Judah Rosenthal Nominated
1991 Harvey Keitel Bugsy Mickey Cohen Nominated
Michael Lerner Barton Fink Jack Lipnick Nominated
1992 David Paymer Mr. Saturday Night Stan Young Nominated
1994 Martin Landau Ed Wood Béla Lugosi Won
2000 Joaquin Phoenix Gladiator Commodus Nominated
2002 Paul Newman Road to Perdition John Rooney Nominated Jewish father
2006 Jake Gyllenhaal Brokeback Mountain Jack Twist Nominated
2006 Alan Arkin Little Miss Sunshine Edwin Hoover Won
2011 Jonah Hill Moneyball Peter Brand Nominated
2012 Alan Arkin Argo Lester Siegel Nominated
2013 Jonah Hill The Wolf of Wall Street Donnie Azoff Nominated
2015 Sylvester Stallone Creed Rocky Balboa Nominated Jewish maternal grandfather

Best Actress in a Supporting Role[edit]

Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Year Name Film Role Status Milestone
1943 Paulette Goddard So Proudly We Hail! Joan O'Doul Nominated Jewish father
1944 Aline MacMahon Dragon Seed Ling Tan's Wife Nominated
1945 Joan Lorring The Corn is Green Bessie Watty Nominated
1951 Lee Grant Detective Story The Shoplifter Nominated
1957 Carolyn Jones The Bachelor Party The Existentialist Nominated Converted to Judaism
1958 Cara Williams The Defiant Ones Billy's Mother Nominated
1959 Shelley Winters The Diary of Anne Frank Petronella van Daan Won
Susan Kohner Imitation of Life Sarah Jane Johnson Nominated
1963 Lilia Skala Lilies of the Field Mother Maria Marthe Nominated Jewish father
1964 Grayson Hall The Night of the Iguana Judith Fellowes Nominated
1966 Shelley Winters A Patch of Blue Rose-ann D'Arcey Won
1967 Carol Channing Thoroughly Modern Millie Muzzy van Hossmere Nominated Jewish maternal grandfather
1969 Goldie Hawn Cactus Flower Toni Simmons Won
Dyan Cannon Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice Alice Henderson Nominated
Sylvia Miles Midnight Cowboy Cass Nominated
1970 Lee Grant The Landlord Joyce Enders Nominated
1972 Jeannie Berlin The Heartbreak Kid Lila Kolodny Nominated
Shelley Winters The Poseidon Adventure Belle Rosen Nominated
1973 Madeline Kahn Paper Moon Trixie Delight Nominated
Sylvia Sidney Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams Mrs. Pritchett Nominated
1974 Madeline Kahn Blazing Saddles Lili von Shtupp Nominated
1975 Lee Grant Shampoo Felicia Karpf Won
Sylvia Miles Farewell, My Lovely Jessie Halstead Florian Nominated
1976 Lee Grant Voyage of the Damned Lee Rosen Nominated
Piper Laurie Carrie Margaret White Nominated
1978 Dyan Cannon Heaven Can Wait Julia Farnsworth Nominated
1979 Barbara Barrie Breaking Away Evelyn Stoller Nominated
1982 Lesley Ann Warren Victor Victoria Norma Cassidy Nominated
1983 Amy Irving Yentl Hadass Vishkower Nominated
1993 Winona Ryder The Age of Innocence May Welland Nominated Jewish father
1995 Mare Winningham Georgia Georgia Flood Nominated Converted to Judaism
1996 Lauren Bacall The Mirror Has Two Faces Hannah Morgan Nominated
Barbara Hershey The Portrait of a Lady Madame Serena Merle Nominated Jewish father
2000 Kate Hudson Almost Famous Penny Lane Nominated
2001 Jennifer Connelly A Beautiful Mind Alicia Nash Won Jewish mother
2004 Natalie Portman Closer Jane Jones/Alice Ayres Nominated
2005 Rachel Weisz The Constant Gardener Tessa Abbott-Quayle Won
2009 Maggie Gyllenhaal Crazy Heart Jean Craddock Nominated
2010 Helena Bonham Carter The King's Speech Queen Elizabeth Nominated
Hailee Steinfeld True Grit Mattie Ross Nominated Jewish father
2012 Helen Hunt The Sessions Cheryl Cohen-Greene Nominated Jewish father
2013 June Squibb Nebraska Kate Grant Nominated Converted to Judaism
2014 Patricia Arquette Boyhood Olivia Evans Won
2015 Jennifer Jason Leigh The Hateful Eight Daisy Domergue Nominated
2018 Rachel Weisz The Favourite Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough Nominated

Best Cinematography[edit]

Academy Award for Best Cinematography
Year Name Film Status Milestone
1942 Stanley Cortez The Magnificent Ambersons Nominated Black and White Category
1944 Since You Went Away Nominated Black and White Category, Shared with Lee Garmes
1995 Emmanuel Lubezki A Little Princess Nominated
1999 Sleepy Hollow Nominated
2002 Edward Lachman Far from Heaven Nominated
2005 Emmanuel Lubezki The New World Nominated
2006 Children of Men Nominated
2010 Danny Cohen The King's Speech Nominated
2011 Emmanuel Lubezki The Tree of Life Nominated
2013 Gravity Won
2014 Birdman
2015 The Revenant
Edward Lachman Carol Nominated

Best Costume Design[edit]

Academy Award for Best Costume Design
Year Name Film Status Milestone
1948 Edith Head The Emperor Waltz Nominated Color, Shared with Gile Steele
1949 The Heiress Won Black and White, Shared with Gile Steele
1950 Samson and Delilah Won Color, Shared with Charles LeMaire, Dorothy Jeakins, Elois Jenssen, Gile Steele and Gwen Wakeling
All About Eve Black & White, Shared with Charles LeMaire
1951 A Place in the Sun Won Black and White
1952 The Greatest Show on Earth Nominated Color, shared with Dorothy Jeakins and Miles White
Carrie Black and White
1953 Roman Holiday Won
1954 Sabrina Won
1955 To Catch a Thief Nominated Color
The Rose Tattoo Black and White
1956 The Ten Commandments Nominated Color, shared with Ralph Jester, John Jensen, Dorothy Jeakins and Arnold Friberg
The Proud and Profane Black and White
1957 Funny Face Nominated Shared with Hubert de Givenchy
1958 The Buccaneer Nominated Shared with Ralph Jester and John Jensen
1959 The Five Pennies Nominated Color
Career Black and White
1960 Pepe Nominated Color
The Facts of Life Won Black and White, shared with Edward Stevenson
1961 Pocketful of Miracles Nominated Color, Shared with Walter Plunkett
1962 My Geisha Nominated Color
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance Black and White
1963 A New Kind of Love Nominated Color
Love with the Proper Stranger Black and White
Wives and Lovers
1964 What a Way to Go! Nominated Color, shared with Moss Mabry
A House Is Not a Home Black and White
1965 Inside Daisy Clover Nominated Color, shared with Bill Thomas
The Slender Thread Black and White
1966 The Oscar Nominated Color
1969 Sweet Charity Nominated
1970 Airport Nominated
1973 The Sting Won
1975 The Man Who Would Be King Nominated
1977 Airport '77 Nominated Shared with Burton Miller

Best Director[edit]

Academy Award for Best Director
Year Name Film Status Milestone
1928/29 Ernst Lubitsch The Patriot Nominated
1929/30 The Love Parade Nominated
1932/33 George Cukor Little Women Nominated
1935 Michael Curtiz Captain Blood Nominated
1938 Michael Curtiz Angels with Dirty Faces Nominated
Four Daughters
Norman Taurog Boys Town Nominated
1940 George Cukor The Philadelphia Story Nominated
1942 William Wyler Mrs. Miniver Won
Michael Curtiz Yankee Doodle Dandy Nominated
Mervyn LeRoy Random Harvest Nominated
1943 Michael Curtiz Casablanca Won
Ernst Lubitsch The Love Parade Nominated
1944 Billy Wilder Double Indemnity Nominated
1945 The Lost Weekend Won
1947 George Cukor A Double Life Nominated
1949 Joseph L. Mankiewicz A Letter to Three Wives Won
1950 George Cukor Born Yesterday Nominated
Joseph L. Mankiewicz All About Eve Won
Billy Wilder Sunset Boulevard Nominated
1952 Cecil B. DeMille The Greatest Show on Earth Nominated
Joseph L. Mankiewicz 5 Fingers Nominated
Fred Zinnemann High Noon Nominated
1953 Billy Wilder Stalag 17 Nominated
1954 Sabrina Nominated
1957 Witness for the Prosecution Nominated
1958 Richard Brooks Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Nominated
Stanley Kramer The Defiant Ones Nominated
1959 Billy Wilder Some Like It Hot Nominated
1960 The Apartment Won
1961 Jerome Robbins West Side Story Won Shared with Robert Wise
Stanley Kramer Judgment at Nuremberg Nominated
Robert Rossen The Hustler Nominated
1964 George Cukor My Fair Lady Won
Stanley Kubrick Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Nominated
1966 Fred Zinnemann A Man for All Seasons Won
Richard Brooks The Professionals Nominated
Claude Lelouch A Man and a Woman Nominated
Mike Nichols Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Nominated
1967 The Graduate Won
Richard Brooks In Cold Blood Nominated
Stanley Kramer Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Nominated
Arthur Penn Bonnie and Clyde Nominated
1968 Stanley Kubrick 2001: A Space Odyssey Nominated
Gillo Pontecorvo The Battle of Algiers Nominated
1970 Arthur Hiller Love Story Nominated
1971 William Friedkin The French Connection Won
Stanley Kubrick A Clockwork Orange Nominated
Peter Bogdanovich The Last Picture Show Nominated
John Schlesinger Sunday Bloody Sunday Nominated
1972 Joseph L. Mankiewicz Sleuth Nominated
1973 William Friedkin The Exorcist Nominated
1974 Roman Polanski Chinatown Nominated
1975 Miloš Forman One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Won
Stanley Kubrick Barry Lyndon Nominated
Sidney Lumet Dog Day Afternoon Nominated
1977 Woody Allen Annie Hall Won
Steven Spielberg Close Encounters of the Third Kind Nominated
1978 Woody Allen Interiors Nominated
1979 Roman Polanski Tess Nominated
1981 Steven Spielberg Raiders of the Lost Ark Nominated
1982 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Nominated
1983 James L. Brooks Terms of Endearment Won
Mike Nichols Silkwood Nominated
1984 Woody Allen Broadway Danny Rose Nominated
1985 Héctor Babenco Kiss of the Spider Woman Nominated
1986 Woody Allen Hannah and Her Sisters Nominated
1988 Barry Levinson Rain Man Won
Mike Nichols Working Girl Nominated
1989 Woody Allen Crimes and Misdemeanors Nominated
1993 Steven Spielberg Schindler's List Won
1994 Woody Allen Bullets over Broadway Nominated
1996 Joel Coen Fargo Nominated
Miloš Forman The People vs. Larry Flynt Nominated
Mike Leigh Secrets & Lies Nominated
1998 Steven Spielberg Saving Private Ryan Won
1999 Sam Mendes American Beauty Won
Spike Jonze Being John Malkovich Nominated
Michael Mann The Insider Nominated
2002 Roman Polanski The Pianist Nominated
2004 Mike Leigh Vera Drake Nominated
2005 Bennett Miller Foxcatcher Nominated
Steven Spielberg Munich Nominated
2006 Stephen Frears The Queen Nominated
2007 Joel Coen
Ethan Coen
No Country for Old Men Won
Jason Reitman Juno Nominated
Julian Schnabel The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Nominated
2009 Jason Reitman Up in the Air Nominated
2010 Darren Aronofsky Black Swan Nominated Aronofsky is of Russian-Jewish descent
Joel Coen
Ethan Coen
True Grit Nominated
David O. Russell The Fighter Nominated Russell is of Russian-Jewish descent
2011 Michel Hazanavicius The Artist Won
Woody Allen Midnight in Paris Nominated
2012 David O. Russell Silver Linings Playbook Nominated
Steven Spielberg Lincoln Nominated
Benh Zeitlin Beasts of the Southern Wild Nominated Zeitlin is of Russian-Jewish descent
2013 David O. Russell American Hustle Nominated
2014 Bennett Miller Foxcatcher Nominated
2015 Lenny Abrahamson Room Nominated Abrahamson is of Irish-Jewish descent
2016 Kenneth Lonergan Manchester by the Sea Nominated

Best Documentary Feature[edit]

Best Documentary Short Subject[edit]

Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject
Year Name Film Status Milestone
2009 Elinor Burkett Music by Prudence Won

Best Film Editing[edit]

Academy Award for Film Editing
Year Name Film Status Milestone
1997 Roderick Jaynes Fargo Nominated
2007 No Country for Old Men Nominated

Best Music, Original Score[edit]

Academy Award for Original Music Score
Year Name Film Status Milestone
1934 Max Steiner The Lost Patrol Nominated
The Gay Divorcee Nominated
1935 The Informer Won
1936 The Garden of Allah Nominated
1937 Alfred Newman The Hurricane Nominated
The Prisoner of Zenda Nominated
Charles Previn One Hundred Men and a Girl Won
Hugo Riesenfeld Make a Wish Nominated
1938 Erich Wolfgang Korngold The Adventures of Robin Hood Won
Alfred Newman Alexander's Ragtime Band Won Scoring
The Goldwyn Follies Nominated
The Cowboy and the Lady Nominated
Max Steiner Jezebel Nominated
Franz Waxman The Young in Heart Nominated
1939 Aaron Copland Of Mice and Men Nominated Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Alfred Newman The Hunchback of Notre Dame Nominated Scoring
They Shall Have Music Nominated
The Rains Came Nominated
Wuthering Heights Nominated
Max Steiner Dark Victory Nominated
Gone with the Wind Nominated
1940 Aaron Copland Our Town Nominated Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Erich Wolfgang Korngold The Sea Hawk Nominated
Alfred Newman Tin Pan Alley Won Scoring
The Mark of Zorro Nominated
Max Steiner The Letter Nominated
Franz Waxman Rebecca Nominated
1941 Bernard Herrmann The Devil and Daniel Webster Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Alfred Newman Ball of Fire Nominated Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
How Green Was My Valley Nominated
Max Steiner Sergeant York Nominated
Franz Waxman Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Nominated
Suspicion Nominated
1942 Friedrich Hollaender The Talk of the Town Nominated
Alfred Newman The Black Swan Nominated Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
My Gal Sal Nominated Scoring of a Musical Picture
Max Steiner Now, Voyager Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
1943 Aaron Copland The North Star Nominated
Hanns Eisler Hangmen Also Die! Nominated
Alfred Newman Coney Island Nominated Scoring of a Musical Picture
The Song of Bernadette Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Max Steiner Casablanca Nominated Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
1944 Hanns Eisler None but the Lonely Heart Nominated
Alfred Newman Irish Eyes Are Smiling Nominated Scoring of a Musical Picture
Wilson Nominated Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Max Steiner Since You Went Away Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Kurt Weill Knickerbocker Holiday Nominated Shared with Werner R. Heymann.
1945 Alfred Newman The Keys of the Kingdom Nominated
State Fair Nominated Shared with Charles Henderson.
Max Steiner Rhapsody in Blue Nominated
Alexandre Tansman Paris Underground Nominated Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Franz Waxman Objective, Burma! Nominated
1946 Alfred Newman Centennial Summer Nominated
Max Steiner Night and Day Nominated Shared with Ray Heindorf.
Franz Waxman Humoresque Nominated
1947 Alfred Newman Captain from Castile Nominated
Mother Wore Tights Won
Max Steiner Life with Father Nominated
My Wild Irish Rose Nominated
1948 Alfred Newman The Snake Pit Nominated
When My Baby Smiles at Me Nominated
Max Steiner Johnny Belinda Nominated
1949 Aaron Copland The Heiress Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Lennie Hayton On the Town Won Scoring of a Musical Picture. Shared with Roger Edens.
Max Steiner Beyond the Forest Nominated
1950 Alfred Newman All About Eve Nominated
Max Steiner The Flame and the Arrow Nominated
Franz Waxman Sunset Boulevard Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
1951 Alfred Newman David and Bathsheba Nominated
On the Riviera Nominated
Franz Waxman A Place in the Sun Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
1952 Max Steiner The Jazz Singer Nominated
The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima Nominated
Dimitri Tiomkin High Noon Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Alfred Newman With a Song in My Heart Won Scoring of a Musical Picture
1953 Friedrich Hollaender The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T Nominated
Alfred Newman Call Me Madam Won Scoring of a Musical Picture.
1954 Leonard Bernstein On the Waterfront Nominated
Alfred Newman

Lionel Newman

There's No Business Like Show Business Nominated
Max Steiner The Caine Mutiny Nominated
Dimitri Tiomkin The High and the Mighty Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Franz Waxman The Silver Chalice Nominated
1955 Percy Faith Love Me or Leave Me Nominated
Alfred Newman Daddy Long Legs Nominated
Love is a Many-Splendored Thing Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
Max Steiner Battle Cry Nominated
1956 Alfred Newman Anastasia Nominated
The King and I Won Scoring of a Musical Picture. Shared with Ken Darby.
Victor Young Around the World in 80 Days Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture. Posthumous win.
1958 Alfred Newman South Pacific Nominated Scoring of a Musical Picture. Shared with Ken Darby.
Dimitri Tiomkin The Old Man and the Sea Won Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
André Previn Gigi Won
1959 Alfred Newman The Diary of Anne Frank Nominated Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
André Previn Porgy and Bess Won Scoring of a Musical Picture. Shared with Ken Darby.
Franz Waxman The Nun's Story Nominated
1960 Ernest Gold Exodus Won
1961 Irwin Kostal

Sid Ramin

West Side Story Won Scoring of a Musical Picture. Shared with Johnny Green and Saul Chaplin
Alfred Newman Flower Drum Song Nominated Shared with Ken Darby.
1962 Franz Waxman Taras Bulba Nominated
1963 Alfred Newman How the West Was Won Nominated Shared with Ken Darby.
André Previn Irma La Douce Won Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment.
1964 André Previn My Fair Lady Won Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment.
Sherman Brothers Mary Poppins Won Substantially Original Score
Irwin Kostal Nominated Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment
1965 The Sound of Music Won Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment
Alfred Newman The Greatest Story Ever Told Nominated Substantially Original Score
1966 Luis Enríquez Bacalov Il vangelo secondo Matteo Nominated Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment
1967 Elmer Bernstein Thoroughly Modern Millie Won
Alfred Newman Camelot Won Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment
Lalo Schifrin Cool Hand Luke Nominated
1968 The Fox Nominated Original Score for a Motion Picture (not a Musical).
1969 Burt Bacharach Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Won Original Score for a Motion Picture (not a Musical). Shared with Ken Darby.
Lionel Newman
Lennie Hayton
Hello, Dolly! Won Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment
1970 Alfred Newman Airport Nominated Posthumous nomination.
1971 Irwin Kostal

Sherman Brothers

Bedknobs and Broomsticks Nominated Scoring Original Song Score and/or Adaptation
1973 Marvin Hamlisch The Way We Were Won Dramatic Score
The Sting Won Scoring Original Song Score and/or Adaptation
1974 Frederick Loewe

Alan Jay Lerner

The Little Prince Nominated Scoring Original Song Score and/or Adaptation. Shared with Douglas Gamley and Angela Morley
1976 Lalo Schifrin Voyage of the Damned Nominated
1977 Marvin Hamlisch The Spy Who Loved Me Nominated
Joel Hirschhorn

Al Kasha

Irwin Kostal

Pete's Dragon Nominated Scoring Original Song Score and/or Adaptation
1979 Lalo Schifrin The Amityville Horror Nominated
1980 Michael Gore Fame Won
1981 Randy Newman Ragtime Nominated
1982 Marvin Hamlisch Sophie's Choice Nominated
1983 Alan and Marilyn Bergman Yentl Won Song Score and Its Adaptation or Adaptation Score. Shared with Michel Legrand
Lalo Schifrin The Sting II Nominated
1984 Randy Newman The Natural Nominated
1986 James Horner Aliens Nominated
1988 Dave Grusin The Milagro Beanfield War Nominated Half-Jewish
Hans Zimmer Rain Man Nominated
1989 James Horner Field of Dreams Nominated
Alan Menken The Little Mermaid Won
1990 Randy Newman Avalon Nominated
1991 James Newton Howard The Prince of Tides Nominated
Alan Menken Beauty and the Beast Won
1992 Aladdin Won
1993 James Newton Howard The Fugitive Nominated
1994 Thomas Newman Little Women Nominated
The Shawshank Redemption Nominated
Hans Zimmer The Lion King Won
1995 Luis Enríquez Bacalov Il postino Won Original Dramatic Score
James Horner Apollo 13 Nominated
Braveheart Nominated
Alan Menken
Stephen Schwartz
Pocahontas Won Original Musical or Comedy Score
Randy Newman Toy Story Nominated
Thomas Newman Unstrung Heroes Nominated
Marc Shaiman The American President Nominated
1996 Alan Menken
Stephen Schwartz
The Hunchback of Notre Dame Nominated Original Musical or Comedy Score
Randy Newman James and the Giant Peach Nominated
Marc Shaiman The First Wives Club Nominated
Hans Zimmer The Preacher's Wife Nominated
1997 Lynn Ahrens

David Newman

Anastasia Nominated Original Musical or Comedy Score. Shared with Stephen Flaherty
James Horner Titanic Won Original Dramatic Score
James Newton Howard My Best Friend's Wedding Nominated
Hans Zimmer As Good as It Gets Nominated
1998 Randy Newman A Bug's Life Nominated Original Musical or Comedy Score
Pleasantville Nominated Original Dramatic Score
Stephen Schwartz
Hans Zimmer
The Prince of Egypt Nominated
Marc Shaiman Patch Adams Nominated
Hans Zimmer The Thin Red Line Nominated
David Zippel Mulan Nominated Original Musical or Comedy Score. Shared with Matthew Wilder and Jerry Goldsmith.
1999 Thomas Newman American Beauty Nominated
2000 Hans Zimmer Gladiator Nominated
2001 James Horner A Beautiful Mind Nominated
Randy Newman Monsters, Inc. Nominated
Howard Shore The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Won
2002 Elliot Goldenthal Frida Won Jewish father
Elmer Bernstein Far from Heaven Nominated
Philip Glass The Hours Nominated
Thomas Newman Road to Perdition Nominated
2003 James Horner House of Sand and Fog Nominated
Thomas Newman Finding Nemo Nominated
Howard Shore The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Won
2004 James Newton Howard The Village Nominated
Thomas Newman Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events Nominated
2006 Philip Glass Notes on a Scandal Nominated
Thomas Newman The Good German Nominated
2007 James Newton Howard Michael Clayton Nominated
2007 Defiance Nominated
Thomas Newman WALL-E Nominated
2009 James Horner Avatar Nominated
Hans Zimmer Sherlock Holmes Nominated
2010 Inception Nominated
2011 Howard Shore Hugo Nominated
2012 Thomas Newman Skyfall Nominated
2013 Saving Mr. Banks Nominated
2014 Hans Zimmer Interstellar Nominated
2015 Thomas Newman Bridge of Spies Nominated
2016 Justin Hurwitz La La Land Won
Thomas Newman Passengers Nominated
2017 Hans Zimmer Dunkirk Nominated
2018 Marc Shaiman Mary Poppins Returns Nominated

Best Music, Original Song[edit]

Academy Award for Best Original Song
Year Name Film Song Status Milestone
1935 Irving Berlin Top Hat "Cheek to Cheek" Nominated
Dorothy Fields

Jerome Kern

Roberta

"Lovely to Look At"

Nominated Fields' father was Jewish.

Shared with Jimmy McHugh

1936 Swing Time "The Way You Look Tonight" Won
1937 George & Ira Gershwin Shall We Dance "They Can't Take That Away From Me" Nominated Posthumous nomination for George
1938 Irving Berlin Alexander's Ragtime Band "Now it Can Be Told" Nominated
Carefree "Change Partners" Nominated
Oscar Hammerstein II

Ben Oakland

The Lady Objects "A Mist Over the Moon" Nominated
1939 Harold Arlen

Yip Harburg

The Wizard of Oz "Over the Rainbow" Won
Irving Berlin Second Fiddle "I Poured My Heart Into a Song Nominated
1940 Arthur Freed Babes in Arms "Our Love Affair" Nominated Shared with Roger Edens.
1941 Harold Arlen Blues in the Night "Blues in the Night" Nominated Shared with Johnny Mercer.
Oscar Hammerstein II

Jerome Kern

Lady Be Good "The Last Time I Saw Paris" Won
Frank Loesser Las Vegas Nights "Dolores" Nominated Shared with Louis Alter
1942 Irving Berlin Holiday Inn "White Christmas" Won
1943 Harold Arlen

Yip Harburg

Cabin in the Sky "Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe" Nominated
Harold Arlen The Sky's the Limit "My Shining Hour" Nominated Shared with Johnny Mercer.
Star-Spangled Rhythm "That Old Black Magic" Nominated
Frank Loesser

Arthur Schwartz

Thank Your Lucky Stars "They're Either Too Old Or Too Young" Nominated
1944 Ira Gershwin

Jerome Kern

Cover Girl "Long Ago (and Far Away)" Nominated
1945 Oscar Hammerstein II

Richard Rodgers

State Fair "It Might as Well Be Spring" Won
Yip Harburg

Jerome Kern

Can't Help Singing "More and More" Nominated
1946 Irving Berlin Blue Skies "You Keep Coming Back Like a Song" Nominated
Oscar Hammerstein II

Jerome Kern

Centennial Summer "All Through The Day" Nominated Posthumous nomination for Kern
1947 Frank Loesser The Perils of Pauline "I Wish I Didn't Love You So" Nominated
1949 Frank Loesser Neptune's Daughter "Baby, It's Cold Outside" Won
1951 Oscar Hammerstein II

Kalmar and Ruby

The Strip "A Kiss To Build a Dream On" Nominated Posthumous nomination for Kalmar
1952 Frank Loesser Hans Christian Andersen "Thumbelina" Nominated
1954 Harold Arlen

Ira Gershwin

A Star is Born "The Man That Got Away" Nominated
Irving Berlin White Christmas "Count Your Blessings" Nominated
Jule Styne

Sammy Cahn

Three Coins in the Fountain "Three Coins in the Fountain" Won
1964 Sherman Brothers Mary Poppins "Chim Chim Cher-ee" Won
1965 Burt Bacharach
Hal David
What's New Pussycat? "What's New Pussycat?" Nominated
1966 Alfie "Alfie" Nominated
Don Black Born Free "Born Free" Won Shared with John Barry.
1967 Burt Bacharach
Hal David
Casino Royale "The Look of Love" Nominated
1968 Alan and Marilyn Bergman The Thomas Crown Affair "The Windmills of Your Mind" Won Shared with Michel Legrand.
Sherman Brothers Chitty Chitty Bang Bang "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" Nominated
1969 Burt Bacharach
Hal David
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" Won
Alan and Marilyn Bergman The Happy Ending "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?" Nominated Shared with Michel Legrand.
Elmer Bernstein

Don Black

True Grit "True Grit Nominated
1970 Alan and Marilyn Bergman Pieces of Dreams "Pieces of Dreams" Nominated Shared with Michel Legrand.
1971 Sometimes a Great Notion "All His Children" Nominated Shared with Henry Mancini.
Marvin Hamlisch Kotch "Life is What You Make It" Nominated Shared with Johnny Mercer.
Sherman Brothers Bedknobs and Broomsticks "The Age of Not Believing" Nominated
1972 Alan and Marilyn Bergman The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean "Marmalade, Molasses, and Honey" Nominated Shared with Maurice Jarre.
Don Black

Walter Scharf

Ben "Ben" Nominated
Al Kasha

Joel Hirschhorn

The Poseidon Adventure "The Morning After" Won
1973 Alan and Marilyn Bergman

Marvin Hamlisch

The Way We Were "The Way We Were" Won
1974 Elmer Bernstein

Don Black

Gold "Wherever Love Takes Me Nominated
Mel Brooks Blazing Saddles "Blazing Saddles" Nominated Shared with John Morris.
Al Kasha

Joel Hirschhorn

The Towering Inferno "We May Never Love Like This Again" Won
1975 Keith Carradine Nashville "I'm Easy" Won Carradine is of Polish-Jewish descent.
Fred Ebb

John Kander

Funny Lady "How Lucky Can You Get" Nominated
Charles Fox

Norman Gimbel

The Other Side of the Mountain "Richard's Window" Nominated
1976 Don Black The Pink Panther Strikes Again "Come to Me" Nominated Shared with Henry Mancini.
Carol Connors Rocky "Gonna Fly Now" Nominated Shared with Bill Conti and Ayn Robbins.
Barbra Streisand A Star Is Born "Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born)" Won Shared with Paul Williams.
1977 Joseph Brooks You Light Up My Life "You Light Up My Life" Won
Carol Connors

Sammy Fain

The Rescuers "Someone's Waiting for You" Nominated Shared with Ayn Robbins.
Marvin Hamlisch
Carole Bayer Sager
The Spy Who Loved Me "Nobody Does It Better" Nominated
Al Kasha

Joel Hirschhorn

Pete's Dragon "Candle on the Water" Nominated
Sherman Brothers The Slipper and the Rose "The Slipper and the Rose Waltz (He/She Danced With Me)" Nominated
1978 Alan and Marilyn Bergman

Marvin Hamlisch

Same Time, Next Year "The Last Time I Felt Like This" Nominated
Charles Fox

Norman Gimbel

Foul Play "Ready to Take a Chance Again" Nominated
Sherman Brothers The Magic of Lassie "When You're Loved" Nominated
1979 Alan and Marilyn Bergman The Promise "Theme from The Promise (I'll Never Say 'Goodbye')" Nominated Shared with David Shire.
Norman Gimbel Norma Rae "It Goes Like It Goes" Won
Marvin Hamlisch
Carole Bayer Sager
Ice Castles "Theme from Ice Castles (Through the Eyes of Love)" Nominated
Robert Wells 10 "It's Easy to Say" Nominated Shared with Henry Mancini.
1980 Michael Gore Fame "Fame" Won Shared with Dean Pitchford.
1981 Burt Bacharach
Carole Bayer Sager
Arthur "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)" Won Shared with Christopher Cross, and Peter Allen.
Randy Newman Ragtime "One More Hour" Nominated
1982 Alan and Marilyn Bergman Best Friends "How Do You Keep the Music Playing" Nominated Shared with Michel Legrand.
A Chorus Line "Surprise, Surprise" Nominated
Tootsie "It Might Be You" Nominated Shared with Dave Grusin.
Yes, Giorgio "If We Were In Love" Nominated Shared with John Williams.
Jack Nitzsche An Officer and a Gentleman "Up Where We Belong" Won Shared with Buffy Sainte-Marie and Will Jennings.
1983 Alan and Marilyn Bergman Yentl "Papa, Can You Hear Me?" Nominated Shared with Michel Legrand.
"The Way He Makes Me

Feel"

Nominated
1985 Marvin Hamlisch

Ed Kleban

A Chorus Line "Surprise, Surprise" Nominated
1986 Howard Ashman

Alan Menken

Little Shop of Horrors "Mean Green Mother From Outer Space" Nominated
James Horner

Barry Mann

Cynthia Weil

An American Tail "Somewhere Out There Nominated
1987 Diane Warren Mannequin "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" Nominated Shared with Albert Hammond.
1989 Alan and Marilyn Bergman

Marvin Hamlisch

Shirley Valentine "The Girl Who Used to Be Me" Nominated
Randy Newman Parenthood "I Love to See You Smile" Nominated
Howard Ashman

Alan Menken

The Little Mermaid "Kiss the Girl" Nominated
"Under the Sea" Won
1990 Shel Silverstein Postcards from the Edge "I'm Checking Out" Nominated
Stephen Sondheim Dick Tracy "Sooner or Later (I Always Get My Man)" Won
1991 Howard Ashman

Alan Menken

Beauty and the Beast "Beauty and the Beast" Won Posthumous win and nominations for Ashman
"Belle" Nominated
"Be Our Guest" Nominated
1992 Alan Menken Aladdin "A Whole New World" Won Shared with Tim Rice.
Howard Ashman

Alan Menken

"Friend Like Me" Nominated Posthumous nomination for Ashman
1993 Carole Bayer Sager Beethoven's 2nd "The Day I Fall in Love" Nominated Shared with James Ingram and Clif Magness.
Marc Shaiman Sleepless in Seattle "A Wink and a Smile" Nominated Shared with Ramsey McLean
1994 Carole Bayer Sager
James Newton Howard
Junior "Look What Love Has Done" Nominated Shared with James Ingram and Patty Smyth.
Randy Newman The Paper "Make Up Your Mind" Nominated
1995 Alan and Marilyn Bergman Sabrina "Moonlight" Nominated Shared with John Williams.
Alan Menken
Stephen Schwartz
Pocahontas "Colors of the Wind" Won
Randy Newman Toy Story "You've Got a Friend in Me" Nominated
1996 Marvin Hamlisch
Barbra Streisand
The Mirror Has Two Faces "I Finally Found Someone" Nominated Shared with Bryan Adams and Robert John Lange.
James Newton Howard One Fine Day "For the First Time" Nominated Shared with Jud Friedman and Allan Dennis Rich.
Diane Warren Up Close and Personal "Because You Loved Me" Nominated
1997 James Horner Titanic "My Heart Will Go On" Won Shared with Will Jennings.
Alan Menken
David Zippel
Hercules "Go the Distance" Nominated
Diane Warren Con Air "How Do I Live" Nominated
1998 Carole Bayer Sager Quest for Camelot "The Prayer" Nominated Shared with David Foster, Tony Renis, and Alberto Testa.
Randy Newman Babe: Pig in the City "That'll Do" Nominated
Stephen Schwartz The Prince of Egypt "When You Believe" Won
Diane Warren Armageddon "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" Nominated
1999 Randy Newman Toy Story 2 "When She Loved Me" Nominated
Marc Shaiman South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut "Blame Canada" Nominated Shared with Trey Parker.
Diane Warren Music of the Heart Music of My Heart Nominated
2000 Bob Dylan Wonder Boys "Things Have Changed" Won
Randy Newman Meet the Parents "A Fool in Love" Nominated
2001 Monsters, Inc. "If I Didn't Have You" Won
Diane Warren Pearl Harbor "There You'll Be" Nominated
2002 Fred Ebb

John Kander

Chicago "I Move On" Nominated
Eliot Goldenthal Frida "Burn it Blue Nominated Father is Jewish

Shared with Julie Taymor

Paul Simon The Wild Thornberrys Movie "Father and Daughter" Nominated
2006 Randy Newman Cars "Our Town" Nominated
2007 Alan Menken
Stephen Schwartz
Enchanted "Happy Working Song" Nominated
"So Close" Nominated
"That's How You Know" Nominated
2009 Randy Newman The Princess and the Frog "Almost There" Nominated
"Down in New Orleans" Nominated
2010 Alan Menken Tangled "I See the Light" Nominated Shared with Glenn Slater.
Randy Newman Toy Story 3 "We Belong Together" Won
2012 Alain Boubil

Herbert Kretzmer

Claude-Michel Schönberg

Les Misérables "Suddenly" Nominated
2013 Spike Jonze Her "The Moon Song" Nominated Shared with Karen O.
2014 Diane Warren Beyond the Lights "Grateful" Nominated
2015 The Hunting Ground "Til It Happens to You" Nominated Shared with Lady Gaga
2016 Justin Hurwitz La La Land "City of Stars" Won Shared with Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.
"Audition (The Fools Who Dream)" Nominated
2017 Diane Warren Mudbound "Stand Up for Something" Nominated Shared with Common.
2018 Marc Shaiman

Scott Wittman

Mary Poppins Returns "The Place Where Lost Things Go" Nominated

Best Picture[edit]

Academy Award for Best Picture
Year Name Film Status Milestone/Shared with
1940 Joseph L. Mankiewicz The Philadelphia Story Nominated
1949 William Wyler The Heiress Nominated
1950 Pandro S. Berman Father of the Bride Nominated
Sam Zimbalist King Solomon's Mines Nominated
1951 Charles K. Feldman A Streetcar Named Desire Nominated
Arthur Freed An American in Paris Won
Anatole Litvak Decision Before Dawn Nominated Shared with Frank McCarthy
Sam Zimbalist Quo Vadis Nominated
1952 Pandro S. Berman Ivanhoe Nominated
Cecil B. DeMille The Greatest Show On Earth Won Mother was Jewish
Stanley Kramer High Noon Nominated
1953 John Houseman Julius Caesar Nominated Father was Jewish
William Wyler Roman Holiday Nominated
1954 Jack Cummings Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Nominated
Stanley Kramer The Caine Mutiny Nominated
William Perlberg The Country Girl Nominated
Sam Spiegel On the Waterfront Won
1955 Hal B. Wallis The Rose Tattoo Nominated
1956 Cecil B. DeMille The Ten Commandments Nominated
William Wyler Friendly Persuasion Nominated
1957 Sam Spiegel The Bridge on the River Kwai Won
1958 Arthur Freed Gigi Won
Stanley Kramer The Defiant Ones Nominated
Jack L. Warner Auntie Mame Nominated
1959 Otto Preminger Anatomy of a Murder Nominated
Sam Zimbalist Ben-Hur Won Posthumous win.
1960 Billy Wilder The Apartment Won
Fred Zinnemann The Sundowners Nominated
1961 Stanley Kramer Judgment at Nuremberg Nominated
1962 Sam Spiegel Lawrence of Arabia Won
1964 Stanley Kubrick Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Nominated
Hal B. Wallis Becket Nominated
Jack L. Warner My Fair Lady Won
1965 Stanley Kramer Ship of Fools Nominated
1966 Fred Zinnemann A Man for All Seasons Won
1967 Stanley Kramer Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Nominated
Walter Mirisch In the Heat of the Night Won
1969 Jerome Hellman Midnight Cowboy Won
Hal B. Wallis Anne of the Thousand Days Nominated
1971 Stanley Kubrick A Clockwork Orange Nominated
Sam Spiegel Nicholas and Alexandra Nominated
1972 Albert S. Ruddy The Godfather Won
1973 Julia Phillips The Sting Nominated First female producer to win Best Picture. Shared with Tony Bill and Michael Phillips
1975 Michael Douglas
Saul Zaentz
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Won
Stanley Kubrick Barry Lyndon Nominated
1976 Robert Chartoff

Irwin Winkler

Rocky Won
Julia Phillips Taxi Driver Nominated Shared with Michael Phillips
1978 Jerome Hellman Coming Home Nominated
David Puttnam Midnight Express Nominated Shared with Alan Marshall
1979 Stanley R. Jaffe Kramer vs. Kramer Won
1980 Robert Chartoff

Irwin Winkler

Raging Bull Nominated
1981 David Puttnam Chariots of Fire Won
1982 Sydney Pollack Tootsie Nominated Shared with Dick Richards
Steven Spielberg E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Nominated Shared with Kathleen Kennedy
1983 James L. Brooks Terms of Endearment Won
1983 Robert Chartoff

Irwin Winkler

The Right Stuff Nominated
1984 David Puttnam The Killing Fields Nominated Shared with Fernando Ghia
Saul Zaentz Amadeus Won
1985 Sydney Pollack Out of Africa Won
Steven Spielberg The Color Purple Nominated Shared with Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, and Quincy Jones
1986 David Puttnam The Mission Nominated
1987 James L. Brooks Broadcast News Nominated
Stanley R. Jaffe Fatal Attraction Nominated
1990 Irwin Winkler Goodfellas Nominated
1991 Barbra Streisand The Prince of Tides Nominated Shared with Andrew S. Karsch
1993 Branko Lustig
Steven Spielberg
Schindler's List Won Shared with Gerald R. Molen
Mike Nichols The Remains of the Day Nominated Shared with John Calley and Ismail Merchant
1994 Wendy Finerman

Steve Tisch

Forrest Gump Won Shared with Steve Starkey
Lawrence Bender Pulp Fiction Nominated
1996 Brian Grazer Apollo 13 Nominated
Saul Zaentz The English Patient Won
Ethan Coen Fargo Nominated
James L. Brooks Jerry Maguire Nominated Shared with Laurence Mark, Richard Sakai, and Cameron Crowe
1997 James L. Brooks As Good as It Gets Nominated Shared with Bridget Johnson and Kristi Zea
Lawrence Bender Good Will Hunting Nominated
Arnon Milchan L.A. Confidential Nominated Shared with Curtis Hanson and Michael G. Nathanson
Jon Landau Titanic Nominated Shared with James Cameron
1998 Steven Spielberg Saving Private Ryan Nominated Shared with Ian Bryce, Mark Gordon, and Gary Levinsohn
Harvey Weinstein

Edward Zwick

Shakespeare in Love Won Shared in David Parfitt, Donna Gigliotti, and Marc Norman
1999 Bruce Cohen American Beauty Won Shared with Dan Jinks
2000 Branko Lustig Gladiator Won Shared with David Franzoni and Douglas Wick
Edward Zwick

Marshall Hershkovitz

Traffic Nominated Shared with Laura Bickford
2001 Brian Grazer A Beautiful Mind Won Mother is Jewish. Shared with Ron Howard
2002 Scott Rudin The Hours Nominated Shared with Robert Fox
Roman Polanski The Pianist Nominated Shared with Robert Benmussa and Alain Sarde
2004 Tom Rosenberg

Albert S. Ruddy

Million Dollar Baby Won Shared with Clint Eastwood
2005 Grant Heslov Good Night, and Good Luck Nominated
Steven Spielberg Munich Nominated Shared with Kathleen Kennedy and Barry Mendel
2006 Letters from Iwo Jima Nominated Shared with Clint Eastwood and Robert Lorenz
2007 Ethan Coen
Joel Coen
Scott Rudin
No Country for Old Men Won
Sydney Pollack Michael Clayton Nominated Shared with Jennifer Fox and Kenny Orent
2008 Brian Grazer

Eric Fellner

Frost/Nixon Nominated Shared with Ron Howard
Bruce Cohen Milk Nominated Shared with Dan Jinks
Sydney Pollack The Reader Nominated Shared with Anthony Minghella, Donna Gigliotti, and Redmond Morris. Posthumous nominations for Pollack and Minghella
2009 Jon Landau Avatar Nominated Shared with James Cameron
Ethan Coen
Joel Coen
A Serious Man Nominated
Mark Boal
Greg Shapiro
The Hurt Locker Won Shared with Kathryn Bigelow and Nicolas Chartier
Lawrence Bender Inglourious Basterds Nominated
Ivan Reitman
Jason Reitman
Up in the Air Nominated Shared with Daniel Dubiecki
2010 Michael De Luca
Scott Rudin
The Social Network Nominated Michael De Luca is of German-Jewish descent.
Shared with Dana Brunetti and Ceán Chaffin
Ethan Coen
Joel Coen
Scott Rudin
True Grit Nominated
2011 Scott Rudin Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close Nominated
Rachael Horovitz
Michael De Luca
Moneyball Nominated Shared with Brad Pitt
Steven Spielberg War Horse Nominated Shared with Kathleen Kennedy
2012 Grant Heslov Argo Won Shared with Ben Affleck and George Clooney
Steven Spielberg Lincoln Nominated Shared with Kathleen Kennedy
Mark Boal
Megan Ellison
Zero Dark Thirty Nominated Shared with Kathryn Bigelow
Jeremy Kleiner 12 Years a Slave Won Shared with Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Steve McQueen, and Anthony Katagas
2013 Megan Ellison American Hustle Nominated Shared with Charles Roven, Richard Suckle, and Jonathan Gordon
Michael De Luca
Scott Rudin
Captain Phillips Nominated Shared with Dana Brunetti
Spike Jonze
Megan Ellison
Her Nominated Shared with Vincent Landay.
2014 Scott Rudin The Grand Budapest Hotel Nominated Shared with Wes Anderson, Steven Rales, and Jeremy Dawson
Nora Grossman
Ido Ostrowsky
Teddy Schwarzman
The Imitation Game Nominated
Jeremy Kleiner Selma Nominated Shared with Christian Colson, Dede Gardner, and Oprah Winfrey
Eric Fellner The Theory of Everything Nominated Shared with Tim Bevan, Lisa Bruce, and Anthony McCarten
Jason Blum Whiplash Nominated Shared with Helen Estabrook and David Lancaster
2015 Jeremy Kleiner The Big Short Nominated Shared with Brad Pitt and Dede Gardner
Marc Platt
Steven Spielberg
Bridge of Spies Nominated Shared with Kristie Macosko Krieger
Simon Kinberg The Martian Nominated Shared with Ridley Scott, Michael Schafer, and Mark Huffam
Steve Golin
Arnon Milchan
The Revenant Nominated Shared with Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Mary Parent, and Keith Redmon
Nichole Rocklin

Michael Sugar

Spotlight Won Shared with Blye Pagon Faust and Steve Golin
2016 Scott Rudin Fences Nominated Shared with Todd Black and Denzel Washington
Marc Platt
Jordan Horowitz
La La Land Nominated Shared with Fred Berger
Jeremy Kleiner Moonlight Won Shared with Adele Romanski and Dede Gardner
2017 Peter Spears Call Me by Your Name Nominated Shared with Luca Guadagnino, Emilie Georges, and Marco Morabito
Eric Fellner Darkest Hour Nominated Shared with Tim Bevan, Lisa Bruce, Anthony McCarten, and Douglas Urbanski
Jason Blum Get Out Nominated Shared with Jordan Peele, Edward H. Hamm Jr., and Sean McKittrick
Scott Rudin Lady Bird Nominated Shared with Eli Bush and Evelyn O'Neill
Megan Ellison Phantom Thread Nominated Shared with Paul Thomas Anderson, JoAnne Sellar, and Daniel Lupi
Amy Pascal
Steven Spielberg
The Post Nominated Shared with Kristie Macosko Krieger
2018 Kevin Feige Black Panther Nominated
Jeremy Kleiner Vice Nominated Shared with Dede Gardner, Adam McKay, and Kevin Messick

Best Live Action Short Film[edit]

Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film
Year Name Film Status Milestone
2018 Guy Nattiv Skin Won

Best Sound Mixing[edit]

Best Visual Effects[edit]

Academy Award for Visual Effects
Year Name Film Status Milestone
1968 Stanley Kubrick 2001: A Space Odyssey Won

Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay)[edit]

Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay
Year Name Film Adapted From Status Milestone/Shared with
1938 Julius J. Epstein Four Daughters The short story "Sister Act" by Fannie Hurst Nominated Shared with Lenore J. Coffee
1943 Julius J. Epstein
Philip G. Epstein
Casablanca (film) The play Everybody Comes to Rick's by Murray Burnett and Joan Alison Won Shared with Howard E. Koch
1955 Paddy Chayefsky Marty The teleplay Marty by Paddy Chayefsky Won
1965 Stanley Kubrick Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb The novel Red Alert by Peter George Nominated Shared with Peter George and Terry Southern
1968 James Goldman The Lion in Winter The play The Lion in Winter by James Goldman Won
Neil Simon The Odd Couple The play The Odd Couple by Neil Simon Nominated
Roman Polanski Rosemary's Baby The novel Rosemary's Baby by Ira Levin Nominated
1970 David Zelag Goodman
Renée Taylor
Lovers and Other Strangers The play Lovers and Other Strangers by Joseph Bologna and Renée Taylor Nominated Shared with Joseph Bologna
1971 Stanley Kubrick A Clockwork Orange The novel A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess Nominated
Peter Bogdanovich The Last Picture Show The novel The Last Picture Show by Larry McMurtry Nominated Shared with Larry McMurtry
1972 Julius J. Epstein Pete 'n' Tillie The story "Witch's Milk" by Peter De Vries Nominated
1974 Mel Brooks
Gene Wilder
Young Frankenstein The novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Nominated
1975 Stanley Kubrick Barry Lyndon The novel The Memoirs of Barry Lyndon, Esq. by William Makepeace Thackeray Nominated
Neil Simon The Sunshine Boys The play The Sunshine Boys by Neil Simon Nominated
1978 California Suite The play California Suite by Neil Simon Nominated
1983 Julius J. Epstein Reuben, Reuben The play Spofford by Herman Shumlin Nominated
1994 Peter Shaffer Amadeus The play Amadeus by Peter Shaffer Won
1985 Julius J. Epstein Reuben, Reuben The play Spofford by Herman Shumlin Nominated
1987 Stanley Kubrick Full Metal Jacket The novel The Short-Timers by Gustav Hasford Nominated Shared with Gustav Hasford and Michael Herr
1994 Eric Roth Forrest Gump The novel Forrest Gump

by Winston Groom

Won
1999 Michael Mann

Eric Roth

The Insider The article "The Man Who Knew Too Much" by Marie Brenner Nominated
2000 Ethan Coen
Joel Coen
O Brother, Where Art Thou? The epic poem Odyssey by Homer Nominated
2005 Tony Kushner

Eric Roth

Munich The book Vengeance by George Jonas Nominated
2006 Sacha Baron Cohen
Todd Phillips
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan The character Borat Sagdiyev, from the television series Da Ali G Show, created by Sacha Baron Cohen Nominated Shared with Peter Baynham, Anthony Hines, and Dan Mazer
2007 Ethan Coen
Joel Coen
No Country for Old Men The novel No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy Won
2008 Eric Roth The Curious Case of Benjamin Button The short story The Curious Case of Benjamin Button by F. Scott Fitzgerald Nominated
2009 Jason Reitman Up in the Air The novel Up in the Air by Walter Kirn Nominated Shared with Sheldon Turner
2010 Aaron Sorkin The Social Network The book The Accidental Billionaires by Ben Mezrich Won
Ethan Coen
Joel Coen
True Grit The novel True Grit by Charles Portis Nominated
2011 Grant Heslov The Ides of March The play Farragut North by Beau Willimon Nominated Shared with George Clooney and Beau Willimon
Aaron Sorkin Moneyball The book Moneyball by Michael Lewis Nominated Shared with Steven Zaillian and Stan Chervin
2012 Benh Zeitlin Beasts of the Southern Wild The play Juicy and Delicious by Lucy Alibar Nominated Zeitlin is of Russian-Jewish descent. Shared with Lucy Alibar
Tony Kushner Lincoln The book Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by Doris Kearns Goodwin Nominated
2017 Aaron Sorkin Molly's Game The book Molly's Game: From Hollywood's Elite to Wall Street's Billionaire Boys Club, My High-Stakes Adventure in the World of Underground Poker by Molly Bloom Nominated
Scott Neustadter
Michael H. Weber
The Disaster Artist The book The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made by Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell Nominated
James Mangold Logan Characters from the X-Men comic books and theatrical motion pictures Nominated Shared with Michael Green and Scott Frank
2018 David Rabinowitz
Charlie Wachtel
BlacKkKlansman The memoir Black Klansman by Ron Stallworth Won Shared with Spike Lee and Kevin Willmott
Ethan Coen
Joel Coen
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs The short stories All Gold Canyon by Jack London, & The Gal Who Got Rattled by Stewart Edward White Nominated
Nicole Holofcener Can You Ever Forgive Me? The memoir by Lee Israel Nominated Shared with Jeff Whitty
Eric Roth A Star is Born The 1954 film by Moss Hart, 1976 film by Joan Didion, John Gregory Dunne & Frank Pierson, & story by Robert Carson & William A. Wellman Nominated Shared with Bradley Cooper and Will Fetters

Best Writing (Original Screenplay)[edit]

Academy Award for Writing Original Screenplay
Year Name Film Status Milestone/Shared with
1941 Herman Mankiewicz Citizen Kane Won Shared with Orson Welles
1947 Sidney Sheldon The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer Won
1950 Billy Wilder Sunset Boulevard Won Shared with Charles Brackett and D.M. Marshman Jr.
1951 Alan Jay Lerner An American in Paris Won
1954 Budd Schulberg On the Waterfront Won
1958 Paddy Chayefsky The Goddess Won
1960 Billy Wilder

I.A.L. Diamond

The Apartment Won
1968 Mel Brooks The Producers Won
Stanley Kubrick 2001: A Space Odyssey Nominated Shared with Arthur C. Clarke
1969 William Goldman Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Won
1971 Paddy Chayefsky The Hospital Nominated
1974 Robert Towne Chinatown Won
1975 Robert Towne Shampoo Nominated
1976 Paddy Chayefsky Network Won
1977 Woody Allen
Marshall Brickman
Annie Hall Won
Neil Simon The Goodbye Girl Nominated
Woody Allen Interiors Nominated
1979 Woody Allen
Marshall Brickman
Manhattan Nominated
1980 Bo Goldman Melvin and Howard Won
1984 Woody Allen Broadway Danny Rose Nominated
1985 The Purple Rose of Cairo Nominated
Lowell Ganz
Bruce Jay Friedman
Splash Nominated Shared with Babaloo Mandel and Brian Grazer
1986 Woody Allen Hannah and her Sisters Won
1987 Radio Days Nominated
1989 Crimes and Misdemeanors Nominated
1990 Alice Nominated
1992 Husbands and Wives Nominated
1994 Bullets over Broadway Nominated Shared with Douglas McGrath
1995 Mighty Aphrodite Nominated
1996 Joel Coen
Ethan Coen
Fargo Won
1997 Woody Allen Deconstructing Harry Nominated
2004 Charlie Kaufman Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Won Shared with Pierre Bismuth and Michel Gondry
2005 Grant Heslov Good Night, and Good Luck Nominated Shared with George Clooney
Woody Allen Match Point Nominated
2009 Joel Coen
Ethan Coen
A Serious Man Nominated
2010 David Seidler The King's Speech Won
2011 Woody Allen Midnight in Paris Won
2013 Blue Jasmine Nominated
Spike Jonze Her Won
2015 Joel Coen
Ethan Coen
Bridge of Spies Nominated Shared with Matt Charman
2016 Kenneth Lonergan Manchester by the Sea Won

Special awards[edit]

Special Awards
Year Name Award
1946 Ernst Lubitsch Academy Honorary Award
1947 Samuel Goldwyn Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
1948 Sid Grauman Academy Honorary Award
Adolph Zukor
1957 Samuel Goldwyn Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award
1962 Stanley Kramer Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
1964 Sam Spiegel
1973 Groucho Marx Academy Honorary Award
1981 Danny Kaye Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award
1986 Steven Spielberg Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
1988 Billy Wilder
1997 Stanley Donen Academy Honorary Award
2000 Ernest Lehman
2009 Jerry Lewis Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award
2010 Eli Wallach Academy Honorary Award
2012 Jeffrey Katzenberg Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award
2016 Frederick Wiseman Academy Honorary Award

References[edit]

General
  • "Winners and Nominees". Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Retrieved September 21, 2011.
Specific