Contents 1 Winners and nominees 1.1 Awards 1.2 Academy Honorary Award 1.3 Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award 1.4 Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award 1.5 Multiple nominations and awards 2 Presenters and performers 2.1 Presenters 2.2 Performers 3 Ceremony information 3.1 Box office performance of nominees 3.2 Critical reception 3.3 Ratings and reception 4 In Memoriam 5 See also 6 References 7 Bibliography 8 External links

Winners and nominees[edit] The nominees for the 67th Academy Awards were announced on February 14, 1995, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California, by Arthur Hiller, the president of the Academy, and actress Angela Bassett.[6] Forrest Gump earned the most nominations with thirteen. It was the most nominated film since 1966's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and the fifth film to earn that many nominations.[7] Bullets over Broadway, The Shawshank Redemption, Pulp Fiction tied for second with seven each.[8] The winners were announced during the awards ceremony on March 27, 1995. For only the second time in Oscar history, three of the four acting winners were previous winners. The 11th ceremony held in 1939 previously accomplished this feat.[9] Best Actor winner Tom Hanks became the fifth performer to win consecutive acting Oscars and the second person to do so in the aforementioned category since Spencer Tracy won for his performances in Captains Courageous and Boys Town.[10][11] He also was the sixth person to win Best Actor twice.[12] Best Supporting Actress winner Dianne Wiest became the first person to win two acting Oscars for performances in films directed by the same person. She first won in that same category for her role in Woody Allen's 1986 film Hannah and Her Sisters.[13] Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life and Trevor's joint win in the Best Live Action Short category marked the fifth occurrence of a tie in Oscar history.[14] Awards[edit] Robert Zemeckis, Best Director winner Tom Hanks, Best Actor winner Jessica Lange, Best Actress winner Martin Landau, Best Supporting Actor winner Dianne Wiest, Best Supporting Actress winner Quentin Tarantino, Best Original Screenplay co-winner Roger Avary, Best Original Screenplay co-winner Peter Capaldi, Best Live Action Short Film co-winner Hans Zimmer, Best Original Score winner Elton John, Best Original Song co-winner Rick Baker, Best Makeup co-winner Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface, and indicated with a double dagger ().[15] Best Picture Forrest Gump – Wendy Finerman, Steve Tisch, Steve Starkey Four Weddings and a Funeral – Duncan Kenworthy Pulp Fiction – Lawrence Bender Quiz Show – Robert Redford, Michael Jacobs, Julian Kranin, Michael Nozik The Shawshank Redemption – Niki Marvin Best Director Robert Zemeckis – Forrest Gump Woody Allen – Bullets over Broadway Quentin Tarantino – Pulp Fiction Robert Redford – Quiz Show Krzysztof Kieślowski – Three Colors: Red Best Actor Tom Hanks – Forrest Gump as Forrest Gump Morgan Freeman – The Shawshank Redemption as Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding Nigel Hawthorne – The Madness of King George as King George III of the United Kingdom Paul Newman – Nobody's Fool as Donald "Sully" Sullivan John Travolta – Pulp Fiction as Vincent Vega Best Actress Jessica Lange – Blue Sky as Carly Marshall Jodie Foster – Nell as Nell Kellty Miranda Richardson – Tom & Viv as Vivienne Haigh-Wood Winona Ryder – Little Women as Josephine "Jo" March Susan Sarandon – The Client as Regina "Reggie" Love Best Supporting Actor Martin Landau – Ed Wood as Bela Lugosi Samuel L. Jackson – Pulp Fiction as Jules Winnfield Chazz Palminteri – Bullets over Broadway as Cheech Paul Scofield – Quiz Show as Mark Van Doren Gary Sinise – Forrest Gump as Lt. Dan Taylor Best Supporting Actress Dianne Wiest – Bullets over Broadway as Helen Sinclairv Rosemary Harris – Tom & Viv as Rose Robinson Haigh-Wood Helen Mirren – The Madness of King George as Queen Charlotte Uma Thurman – Pulp Fiction as Mia Wallace Jennifer Tilly – Bullets over Broadway as Olive Neal Best Original Screenplay Pulp Fiction – Quentin Tarantino and Roger Avary Bullets over Broadway – Woody Allen and Douglas McGrath Four Weddings and a Funeral – Richard Curtis Heavenly Creatures – Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh Three Colors: Red – Krzysztof Kieślowski and Krzysztof Piesiewicz Best Adapted Screenplay Forrest Gump – Eric Roth from Forrest Gump by Winston Groom The Madness of King George – Alan Bennett from The Madness of George III by Alan Bennett Nobody's Fool – Robert Benton from Nobody's Fool by Richard Russo Quiz Show – Paul Attanasio from Remembering America: A Voice from the Sixties by Richard N. Goodwin The Shawshank Redemption – Frank Darabont from "Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption" by Stephen King Best Foreign Language Film Burnt by the Sun (Russia) in Russian – Nikita Mikhalkov Before the Rain (Macedonia) in Macedonian, Albanian, and English – Milcho Manchevski Eat Drink Man Woman (Taiwan) in Mandarin Chinese – Ang Lee Farinelli Il Castrato (Belgium) in French and Italian – Gérard Corbiau Strawberry and Chocolate (Cuba) in Spanish – Tomás Gutiérrez Alea and Juan Carlos Tabío Best Documentary Feature Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision – Freida Lee Mock and Terry Sanders Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter – Deborah Hoffmann D-Day Remembered – Charles Guggenheim Freedom on My Mind – Connie Field and Marilyn Mulford A Great Day in Harlem – Jean Bach Best Documentary Short A Time for Justice – Charles Guggenheim Blues Highway – Vince DiPersio and Bill Guttentag 89mm od Europy – Marcel Lozinski School of the Americas Assassins – Robert Richter Straight from the Heart – Dee Mosbacher and Frances Reid Best Live Action Short Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life – Peter Capaldi and Ruth Kenley-Letts Trevor – Peggy Rajski and Randy Stone Kangaroo Court – Sean Astin and Christine Astin On Hope – JoBeth Williams and Michele McGuire Syrup – Paul Unwin and Nick Vivian Best Animated Short Bob's Birthday – Alison Snowden and David Fine The Big Story – Tim Watts and David Stoten The Janitor – Vanessa Schwartz The Monk and the Fish – Michael Dudok de Wit Triangle – Erica Russell Best Original Score The Lion King – Hans Zimmer Forrest Gump – Alan Silvestri Interview with the Vampire – Elliot Goldenthal Little Women – Thomas Newman The Shawshank Redemption – Thomas Newman Best Original Song "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" from The Lion King – Music by Elton John; Lyrics by Tim Rice "Circle of Life" from The Lion King – Music by Elton John; Lyric by Tim Rice "Hakuna Matata" from The Lion King – Music by Elton John; Lyric by Tim Rice "Look What Love Has Done" from Junior – Music and Lyric by Carole Bayer Sager, James Newton Howard, James Ingram and Patty Smyth "Make Up Your Mind" from The Paper – Music and Lyric by Randy Newman Best Sound Effects Editing Speed – Stephen Hunter Flick Clear and Present Danger – Bruce Stambler and John Leveque Forrest Gump – Gloria Borders and Randy Thom Best Sound Speed – Gregg Landaker, Steve Maslow, Bob Beemer and David MacMillan Clear and Present Danger – Donald O. Mitchell, Michael Herbick, Frank A. Montaño and Art Rochester Forrest Gump – Randy Thom, Tom Johnson, Dennis S. Sands and William B. Kaplan Legends of the Fall – Paul Massey, David E. Campbell, Chris David and Douglas Ganton The Shawshank Redemption – Robert J. Litt, Elliot Tyson, Michael Herbick and Willie D. Burton Best Art Direction The Madness of King George – Art Direction: Ken Adam; Set Decoration: Carolyn Scott Bullets over Broadway – Art Direction: Santo Loquasto; Set Decoration: Susan Bode Forrest Gump – Art Direction: Rick Carter; Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh Interview with the Vampire – Art Direction: Dante Ferretti; Set Decoration: Francesca Lo Schiavo Legends of the Fall – Art Direction: Lilly Kilvert; Set Decoration: Dorree Cooper Best Cinematography Legends of the Fall – John Toll Forrest Gump – Don Burgess The Shawshank Redemption – Roger Deakins Three Colors: Red – Piotr Sobocinski Wyatt Earp – Owen Roizman Best Makeup Ed Wood – Ve Neill, Rick Baker and Yolanda Toussieng Forrest Gump – Daniel Striepeke, Hallie D'Amore and Judith A. Cory Mary Shelley's Frankenstein – Daniel Parker, Paul Engelen and Carol Hemming Best Costume Design The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert – Lizzy Gardiner and Tim Chappel Bullets over Broadway – Jeffrey Kurland Little Women – Colleen Atwood Maverick – April Ferry Queen Margot – Moidele Bickel Best Film Editing Forrest Gump – Arthur Schmidt Hoop Dreams – Frederick Marx, Steve James and Bill Haugse Pulp Fiction – Sally Menke The Shawshank Redemption – Richard Francis-Bruce Speed – John Wright Best Visual Effects Forrest Gump – Ken Ralston, George Murphy, Stephen Rosenbaum and Allen Hall The Mask – Scott Squires, Steve Spaz Williams, Tom Bertino and Jon Farhat True Lies – John Bruno, Thomas L. Fisher, Jacques Stroweis and Patrick McClung Academy Honorary Award[edit] Michelangelo Antonioni[16] Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award[edit] Quincy Jones[17] Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award[edit] Clint Eastwood[18] Multiple nominations and awards[edit] The following 17 films received multiple nominations: Nominations Film 13 Forrest Gump 7 Bullets over Broadway The Shawshank Redemption Pulp Fiction 4 The Lion King The Madness of King George Quiz Show 3 Legends of the Fall Little Women Speed Three Colors: Red 2 Clear and Present Danger Ed Wood Four Weddings and a Funeral Interview with the Vampire Nobody's Fool Tom & Viv The following four films received multiple awards: Awards Film 6 Forrest Gump 2 Ed Wood The Lion King Speed

Presenters and performers[edit] The following individuals, in order of appearance, presented awards or performed musical numbers.[19] Presenters[edit] Name(s) Role Thomas, RandiRandi Thomas Announcer for the 67th annual Academy Awards Hiller, ArthurArthur Hiller (AMPAS President) Gave opening remarks welcoming guests to the awards ceremony Jones, Tommy LeeTommy Lee Jones Presenter of the award for Best Supporting Actress Stone, SharonSharon Stone Presenter of the award for Best Costume Design Reeves, KeanuKeanu Reeves Presenter of the film Pulp Fiction on the Best Picture segment Russo, ReneRene Russo Introducer of the performance of Best Original Song nominee "Make Up Your Mind" Thurman, UmaUma Thurman Presenter of the award for Best Makeup Parker, Sarah JessicaSarah Jessica Parker Presenter of the award for Best Sound Effects Editing Martin, SteveSteve Martin Presenter of the award for Best Film Editing Field, SallySally Field Presenter of the film Forrest Gump on the Best Picture segment Paquin, AnnaAnna Paquin Presenter of the award for Best Supporting Actor Dillon, MattMatt Dillon Introducer of the performance of Best Original Song nominee "Look What Love Has Done" Winfrey, OprahOprah Winfrey Presenter of the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to Quincy Jones Newman, PaulPaul Newman Presenter of the award for Best Cinematography Curtis, Jamie LeeJamie Lee Curtis Presenter of the segment of the Academy Awards for Technical Achievement and the Gordon E. Sawyer Award Allen, TimTim Allen Presenter of the award for Best Live Action Short Film Bugs Bunny, Bugs Bunny Daffy Duck Presenters of the award for Best Animated Short Film Peck, GregoryGregory Peck Presenter of the film Quiz Show on the Best Picture segment Robbins, TimTim Robbins Susan Sarandon Presenters of the award for Best Art Direction Seagal, StevenSteven Seagal Presenter of the award for Best Visual Effects Bassett, AngelaAngela Bassett Introducer of the performance of the Best Original Song nominees "Circle of Life" and "Hakuna Matata" Jackson, Samuel L.Samuel L. Jackson John Travolta Presenters of the awards for Best Documentary Short Subject and Best Documentary Feature Barkin, EllenEllen Barkin Presenter if the award for Best Sound Nicholson, JackJack Nicholson Presenter of the Honorary Academy Award to Michelangelo Antonioni Grant, HughHugh Grant Andie MacDowell Presenters of the award for Best Original Score Ormond, JuliaJulia Ormond Introducer of the performance of Best Original Song nominee "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" Stallone, SylvesterSylvester Stallone Presenter of the award for Best Original Song Irons, JeremyJeremy Irons Presenter of the award for Best Foreign Language Film Bening, AnnetteAnnette Bening Presenter of the film Four Weddings and a Funeral on the Best Picture segment Hopkins, AnthonyAnthony Hopkins Presenter of the awards for Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen and Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published Weaver, SigourneySigourney Weaver Presenter of the In Memoriam tribute Schwarzenegger, ArnoldArnold Schwarzenegger Presenter of the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award to Clint Eastwood Hanks, TomTom Hanks Presenter of the award for Best Actress Washington, DenzelDenzel Washington Presenter of the film The Shawshank Redemption on the Best Picture segment Hunter, HollyHolly Hunter Presenter of the award for Best Actor Spielberg, StevenSteven Spielberg Presenter of the award for Best Director De Niro, RobertRobert De Niro Al Pacino Presenters of the award for Best Picture Performers[edit] Name(s) Role Performed Conti, BillBill Conti Musical arranger and Conductor Orchestral Curry, TimTim Curry Kathy Najimy Mara Wilson Performers "Make 'Em Laugh" from Singin' in the Rain during the opening number Newman, RandyRandy Newman Performer "Make Up Your Mind" from The Paper Smyth, PattyPatty Smyth Performer "Look What Love Has Done" from Junior Battle, HintonHinton Battle Performer "Circle of Life" from The Lion King Grier, David AlanDavid Alan Grier Ernie Sabella Performers "Hakuna Matata" from The Lion King John, EltonElton John Performer "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" from The Lion King

Ceremony information[edit] David Letterman hosted the 67th Academy Awards Despite earning critical praise for last year's ceremony, actress and comedian Whoopi Goldberg announced that she would not host the ceremony for a second consecutive year saying, "I've had a great time, but I've done it."[20] She added that her role in the upcoming movie Bogus would jeopardize her busy schedule.[21] In addition, her Comic Relief co-host and veteran Oscar emcee Billy Crystal also declined to host the show citing his commitment to his film Forget Paris which he directed, written, starred, and produced.[21] Producer Gil Cates hired actor, comedian, and Late Show host David Letterman as host of the 1995 ceremony.[22] Cates explained his decision to hire the late night talk show host saying, "He's punctual, he's well groomed, and he knows how to keep an audience awake."[23] ABC entertainment president Ted Harbert also approved of the choice stating, "If Dave likes the experience, this could be a great answer for the show, just the way Johnny Carson did the show for many years."[24] As with previous ceremonies he produced, Cates centered the show around a theme. This year, he christened the show with the theme "Comedy and the Movies" commenting "This year, because of the earthquakes and floods and Bosnia and Rwanda, it was a (terrible) year, and therefore seemed a great year to celebrate what movies can really give us, which is an opportunity to go for two hours in the dark and laugh together. Even with television, it's not a community experience unless you have a very big family. So it's unique to movies and theater, and it's this very human thing."[23][25] In tandem with the theme, the ceremony's opening number featured a montage produced by Chuck Workman featuring scenes of humorous moments from a variety of both comedic and non-comedic films. During that segment, actors Tim Curry, Kathy Najimy, and Mara Wilson performing a modified version of the song "Make 'Em Laugh" from the film Singin' in the Rain.[26] Several collections of film clips were shown throughout the broadcast highlighting various aspects of comedy such as troupes and dialogue.[27] Several other people were also involved with the production of the ceremony. Bill Conti served as musical director and conductor for the event.[28] Production designer Roy Christopher designed a new stage for the ceremony which prominently featured a proscenium which was designed to resemble the iris of a camera.[29] Moreover, Christopher commented that the iris motif was inspired by the iris shot prominently featured in several comedic films and shorts.[25] Dancer Debbie Allen choreographed The Lion King musical number.[30] Actors Alec Baldwin, Jack Lemmon, Steve Martin, and Rosie O'Donnell participated in a pre-taped comedic sketch lampooning auditions for a role in Cabin Boy, the film in which Letterman made his film acting debut.[31] Box office performance of nominees[edit] At the time of the nominations announcement on February 14, the combined gross of the five Best Picture nominees at the US box office was $468 million, with an average of $93.6 million per film.[32] Forrest Gump was the highest earner among the Best Picture nominees with $300 million in domestic box office receipts. The film was followed by Pulp Fiction ($76 million), Four Weddings and a Funeral ($52 million), The Shawshank Redemption ($16 million) and Quiz Show ($21 million).[32] Of the top 50 grossing movies of the year, 44 nominations went to 14 films on the list. Only Forrest Gump (2nd), The Client (12th), Pulp Fiction (14th), Four Weddings and a Funeral (20th), and Nell (41st) were nominated for directing, acting, screenwriting, or Best Picture. The other top 50 box office hits that earned nominations were The Lion King (1st), True Lies (3rd), Clear and Present Danger (6th), Speed (7th), The Mask (8th), Interview with the Vampire (10th), Maverick (11th), Legends of the Fall (27th) and Little Women (31st).[33] Critical reception[edit] The show received a negative reception from most media publications. John J. O'Connor of The New York Times wrote, "Instead of keeping things moving smartly, Mr. Letterman stuck with his late-night shtick, too often leaving the show's pacing in shambles." He also added, "Within the show's first half-hour, with no strong hand at the helm, the audience simply sagged. Applause died long before most winners even reached the podium."[34] Television critic John Carman of the San Francisco Chronicle commented, "Last night on ABC, no one got it. Hollywood's big event was wonderfully littered by technical errors, bad taste, low comedy and lower necklines." Moreover, he remarked, "Letterman, the rookie host, was off his game in his opening monologue. Maybe it was the big auditorium. Or a billion people in the television audience."[35] Film critic Andrew Sarris of The New York Observer quipped, "Not only was he not witty or funny, he never knew when to let bad enough alone." He concluded, "As the evening dragged on, it became obvious that Mr. Letterman had no gift for ad-libbing through the few unpredictable opportunities in a 'live' event like the Oscars."[36] People named the ceremony as one of the worst television broadcasts of 1995, remarking that Letterman was "a cranky skeptic [who] visit[ed] the high temple of show business, mock[ed] the gold-plated statuary and display[ed] insufficient reverence for the gods. (Tom Hanks assisting with a stupid pet trick?!) We know who the winner wasn't."[37] Some media outlets received the broadcast more positively. Television critic Joyce Millman of The San Francisco Examiner noted, "In his first stint as host of the Oscar telecast, David Letterman did the impossible—he made something entertaining from what is traditionally the most boring three hours of TV this side of a test pattern."[38] The Buffalo News columnist Alan Pergament praised Letterman's performance as host writing "David Letterman was a box full of chocolates on an Oscar night that was empty of much emotion until the expected Forrest Gump sweep in the final 15 minutes." He also added that despite a lack of surprises amongst the awards, the emotional and unexpected humorous moments provided depth and entertainment throughout the evening.[39] Hal Boedeker of the Orlando Sentinel gave an average review of the ceremony but singled out Letterman noting that he "proved Monday night that he's among Oscar's Top 10 Hosts. He's definitely at the top of the list with Johnny Carson, Billy Crystal and Bob Hope."[40] Ratings and reception[edit] The American telecast on ABC drew in an average of 48.28 million people over its length, which was a 7% increase from the previous year's ceremony.[41][42] An estimated 81 million total viewers watched all or part of the awards.[43] The show also drew higher Nielsen ratings compared to the previous ceremony with 32.5% of households watching over a 53 share.[42][44] In addition, it also drew a higher 18–49 demo rating with a 21.7 rating among viewers in that demographic.[44] It was the most watched Oscars telecast since the 55th ceremony held in 1983.[45] In July 1995, the ceremony presentation received six nominations at the 47th Primetime Emmys.[46] Two months later, the ceremony won one of those nominations for Jeff Margolis's direction of the telecast.[47][48]

In Memoriam[edit] The annual In Memoriam tribute, presented by actress Sigourney Weaver, honored the following people:[31] Fernando Rey Cameron Mitchell Barry Sullivan Giulietta Masina Peter Cushing Frank Wells Noah Beery, Jr. Woody Strode Jessica Tandy Tom Ewell Lionel Stander Jule Styne Arthur Krim Walter Lantz Ferdinando Scarfiotti Robert Bolt Donald Pleasence Harry Saltzman Terence Young Burt Lancaster Henry Mancini Martha Raye George Peppard Gilbert Roland Rossano Brazzi Cab Calloway Mildred Natwick Macdonald Carey David Wayne Raúl Juliá

See also[edit] Academy Award portal 1st Screen Actors Guild Awards 15th Golden Raspberry Awards 37th Grammy Awards 47th Primetime Emmy Awards 48th British Academy Film Awards 49th Tony Awards 52nd Golden Globe Awards American Express Gold card dress of Lizzy Gardiner List of submissions to the 67th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film

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