Contents 1 Winner and nominees 1.1 Awards 1.2 Academy Honorary Awards 1.3 Special Achievement Award 1.4 Multiple nominations and awards 2 Presenters and performers 2.1 Presenters 2.2 Performers 3 Ceremony information 3.1 Division of Best Original Score category 3.2 Box office performance of nominees 3.3 Rainbow Coalition protest 3.4 Critical reviews 3.5 Ratings and reception 4 In Memoriam 5 See also 6 References 7 Bibliography 8 External links

Winner and nominees[edit] The nominees for the 68th Academy Awardswere announced on February 13, 1996, at 5:38 a.m. PST (13:38 UTC) at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater by president of the Academy, and the music producer Quincy Jones.[6] Braveheart led all nominees with ten nominations; Apollo 13 came in second with nine.[7][8] The winners were announced during the awards ceremony on March 25, 1996.[9] Braveheart was the ninth film to win Best Picture with no acting nominations.[10] With her Best Supporting Actress win for Mighty Aphrodite, Mira Sorvino became the second consecutive actress to win the aforementioned category for a performance in a film directed by Woody Allen.[11] Best Adapted Screenplay winner Emma Thompson was the first person to win Oscars for both acting and screenwriting. She had previously won Best Actress for her performance in the 1992 film Howards End.[12] This was the first year since the 42nd Academy Awards—and last to date—that none of the acting winners appeared in Best Picture nominees. Awards[edit] Mel Gibson, Best Picture and Director winner Nicolas Cage, Best Actor winner Susan Sarandon, Best Actress winner Kevin Spacey, Best Supporting Actor winner Mira Sorvino, Best Supporting Actress winner Christopher McQuarrie, Best Original Screenplay winner Emma Thompson, Best Adapted Screenplay winner Alan Menken, Best Original Song co-winner Marleen Gorris, Best Foreign Language Film winner Christine Lahti, Best Live Action Short Film co-winner Nick Park, Best Animated Short Film winner Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface, and indicated with a double dagger ().[13] Best Picture Braveheart – Mel Gibson, Alan Ladd Jr. and Bruce Davey, producers Apollo 13 – Brian Grazer, producer Babe – George Miller, Doug Mitchell and Bill Miller, producers Il Postino: The Postman – Vittorio Cecchi Gori, Mario Cecchi Gori and Gaetano Daniele, producers Sense and Sensibility – Lindsay Doran, producer Best Director Mel Gibson – Braveheart Chris Noonan – Babe Tim Robbins – Dead Man Walking Mike Figgis – Leaving Las Vegas Michael Radford – Il Postino: The Postman Best Actor Nicolas Cage – Leaving Las Vegas as Ben Sanderson Richard Dreyfuss – Mr. Holland's Opus as Glenn Holland Anthony Hopkins – Nixon as Richard Nixon Sean Penn – Dead Man Walking as Matthew Poncelet Massimo Troisi – Il Postino: The Postman as Mario Ruoppolo (posthumous nomination) Best Actress Susan Sarandon – Dead Man Walking as Helen Prejean Elisabeth Shue – Leaving Las Vegas as Sera Sharon Stone – Casino as Ginger McKenna Meryl Streep – The Bridges of Madison County as Francesca Johnson Emma Thompson – Sense and Sensibility as Elinor Dashwood Best Supporting Actor Kevin Spacey – The Usual Suspects as Roger "Verbal" Kint James Cromwell – Babe as Farmer Arthur Hoggett Ed Harris – Apollo 13 as Gene Kranz Brad Pitt – 12 Monkeys as Jeffrey Goines Tim Roth – Rob Roy as Archibald Cunningham Best Supporting Actress Mira Sorvino – Mighty Aphrodite as Linda Ash Joan Allen – Nixon as Pat Nixon Kathleen Quinlan – Apollo 13 as Marilyn Gerlach Lovell Mare Winningham – Georgia as Georgia Flood Kate Winslet – Sense and Sensibility as Marianne Dashwood Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen The Usual Suspects – Christopher McQuarrie Braveheart – Randall Wallace Mighty Aphrodite – Woody Allen Nixon – Oliver Stone, Christopher Wilkinson and Stephen J. Rivele Toy Story – Screenplay by Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen and Alec Sokolow; Story by John Lasseter, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton and Joe Ranft Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published Sense and Sensibility – Emma Thompson adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Apollo 13 – Al Reinert and William Broyles Jr. based on the book Lost Moon by Jim Lovell and Jeffrey Kluger Babe – George Miller and Chris Noonan based on the book The Sheep-Pig by Dick King-Smith Leaving Las Vegas – Mike Figgis based on the novel by John O'Brien Il Postino: The Postman – Michael Radford, Anna Pavignano, Furio Scarpelli, Giacomo Scarpelli and Massimo Troisi (posthumous nomination) based on the novel Ardiente Paciencia (Burning Patience) by Antonio Skármeta Best Foreign Language Film Antonia (The Netherlands) in Dutch – Marleen Gorris, director All Things Fair (Sweden) in Swedish – Bo Widerberg, director Dust of Life (Algeria) in French  – Rachid Bouchareb, director O Quatrilho (Brazil) in Portuguese and Italian – Fábio Barreto, director The Star Maker (Italy) in Italian – Giuseppe Tornatore, director Best Documentary Feature Anne Frank Remembered – Jon Blair The Battle Over Citizen Kane – Thomas Lennon and Michael Epstein Fiddlefest—Roberta Tzavaras and Her East Harlem Violin Program – Allan Miller and Walter Scheuer Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream – Mike Tollin and Fredric Golding Troublesome Creek: A Midwestern – Jeanne Jordan and Steven Ascher Best Documentary Short Subject One Survivor Remembers – Kary Antholis Jim Dine: A Self-Portrait on the Walls – Nancy Dine and Richard Stilwell The Living Sea – Greg MacGillivray and Alec Lorimore Never Give Up: The 20th Century Odyssey of Herbert Zipper – Terry Sanders and Freida Lee Mock The Shadow of Hate – Charles Guggenheim Best Live Action Short Film Lieberman in Love – Christine Lahti and Jana Sue Memel Brooms – Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas Duke of Groove – Griffin Dunne and Thom Colwell Little Surprises – Jeff Goldblum and Tikki Goldberg Tuesday Morning Ride – Dianne Houston and Joy Ryan Best Animated Short Film A Close Shave – Nick Park The Chicken From Outer Space – John Dilworth The End – Chris Landreth and Robin Barger Gagarin – Alexiy Kharitidi Runaway Brain – Chris Bailey Best Original Dramatic Score Il Postino: The Postman – Luis Enriquez Bacalov Sense and Sensibility – Patrick Doyle Apollo 13 – James Horner Braveheart – James Horner Nixon – John Williams Best Original Musical or Comedy Score Pocahontas – Music by: Alan Menken; Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz; Orchestral score by Alan Menken Sabrina – John Williams The American President – Marc Shaiman Toy Story – Randy Newman Unstrung Heroes – Thomas Newman Best Original Song "Colors of the Wind" from Pocahontas – Music by Alan Menken; Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz "Dead Man Walkin'" from Dead Man Walking – Music and Lyrics by Bruce Springsteen "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman" from Don Juan DeMarco – Music and Lyrics by Michael Kamen, Bryan Adams and Robert John Lange "Moonlight" from Sabrina – Music by John Williams; Lyrics by Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman "You've Got a Friend in Me" from Toy Story – Music and Lyrics by Randy Newman Best Sound Apollo 13 – Rick Dior, Steve Pederson, Scott Millan and David MacMillan Braveheart – Andy Nelson, Scott Millan, Anna Behlmer and Brian Simmons Batman Forever – Donald O. Mitchell, Frank A. Montaño, Michael Herbick and Petur Hliddal Crimson Tide – Kevin O'Connell, Rick Kline, Gregory H. Watkins and William B. Kaplan Waterworld – Steve Maslow, Gregg Landaker and Keith A. Wester Best Sound Effects Editing Braveheart – Lon Bender and Per Hallberg Crimson Tide – George Watters II Batman Forever – John Leveque and Bruce Stambler Best Art Direction Restoration – Art Direction and Set Decoration: Eugenio Zanetti A Little Princess – Art Direction: Bo Welch; Set Decoration: Cheryl Carasik Apollo 13 – Art Direction: Michael Corenblith; Set Decoration: Merideth Boswell Babe – Art Direction: Roger Ford; Set Decoration: Kerrie Brown Richard III – Art Direction and Set Decoration: Tony Burrough Best Makeup Braveheart – Peter Frampton, Paul Pattison and Lois Burwell Roommates – Greg Cannom, Bob Laden and Colleen Callaghan My Family, Mi Familia – Ken Diaz and Mark Sanchez Best Costume Design Restoration – James Acheson Braveheart – Charles Knode Sense and Sensibility – Jenny Beavan and John Bright 12 Monkeys – Julie Weiss Richard III – Shuna Harwood Best Cinematography Braveheart – John Toll A Little Princess – Emmanuel Lubezki Shanghai Triad – Lu Yue Sense and Sensibility – Michael Coulter Batman Forever – Stephen Goldblatt Best Film Editing Apollo 13 – Mike Hill and Daniel P. Hanley Crimson Tide – Chris Lebenzon Babe – Marcus D'Arcy and Jay Friedkin Seven – Richard Francis-Bruce Braveheart – Steven Rosenblum Best Visual Effects Babe – Scott E. Anderson, Charles Gibson, Neal Scanlan and John Cox Apollo 13 – Robert Legato, Michael Kanfer, Leslie Ekker and Matt Sweeney Academy Honorary Awards[edit] Chuck Jones[14] Kirk Douglas[15] Special Achievement Award[edit] John Lasseter for Toy Story[16] Multiple nominations and awards[edit] The following 19 films received multiple nominations: Nominations Film 10 Braveheart 9 Apollo 13 7 Babe Sense and Sensibility 5 Il Postino: The Postman 4 Dead Man Walking Leaving Las Vegas Nixon Toy Story 3 Batman Forever Crimson Tide 2 12 Monkeys A Little Princess Mighty Aphrodite Pocahontas Restoration Richard III Sabrina The Usual Suspects The following five films received multiple awards: Awards Film 5 Braveheart 2 Apollo 13 Pocahontas Restoration The Usual Suspects

Presenters and performers[edit] The following individuals, listed in order of appearance, presented awards or performed musical numbers.[17] Presenters[edit] Name(s) Role Marshak, LesLes Marshak Announcer for the 68th annual Academy Awards Brosnan, PiercePierce Brosnan Naomi Campbell Claudia Schiffer Presenters of the award for Best Costume Design Wiest, DianneDianne Wiest Presenter of the award for Best Supporting Actor Silverstone, AliciaAlicia Silverstone Presenter of the award for Best Makeup Irons, JeremyJeremy Irons Presenter of the film Braveheart on the Best Picture segment Thompson, EmmaEmma Thompson Presenter of the award for Best Art Direction O'Donnell, ChrisChris O'Donnell Introducer of the performance of Best Original Song nominee "Moonlight" Williams, RobinRobin Williams Presenter of the Honorary Award to Chuck Jones and the Special Achievement Award to John Lasseter Chan, JackieJackie Chan Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Presenters of the awards for Best Live Action Short Film and Best Animated Short Film Bullock, SandraSandra Bullock Presenter of the award Best Sound Effects Editing Travolta, JohnJohn Travolta Presenter of the film Apollo 13 on the Best Picture segment Seagal, StevenSteven Seagal Presenter of the award Best Sound Landau, MartinMartin Landau Presenter of the award for Best Supporting Actress Carrey, JimJim Carrey Presenter of the award for Best Cinematography Hawn, GoldieGoldie Hawn Kurt Russell Presenters of the award for Best Film Editing Dreyfuss, RichardRichard Dreyfuss Presenter of the segment of the Academy Awards for Technical Achievement and the Gordon E. Sawyer Award Ryder, WinonaWinona Ryder Introducer of the performance of Best Original Song nominee "Dead Man Walking" Smith, WillWill Smith Presenter of the award for Best Visual Effects Cage, NicolasNicolas Cage Elisabeth Shue Presenters of the awards for Best Documentary Short Subject and Best Documentary Feature Lane, NathanNathan Lane Introducer of the performance of Best Original Song nominee "Colors of the Wind" Gibson, MelMel Gibson Presenter of the award Best Foreign Language Film Huston, AnjelicaAnjelica Huston Presenter of the film Sense and Sensibility on the Best Picture segment Spielberg, StevenSteven Spielberg Presenter of the Honorary Award to Kirk Douglas Jones, QuincyQuincy Jones Sharon Stone Presenters of the awards for Best Original Musical or Comedy Score and Best Original Dramatic Score Neeson, LiamLiam Neeson Presenter of the film Il Postino: The Postman on the Best Picture segment Hiller, ArthurArthur Hiller (AMPAS President) Presenter of the In Memoriam tribute Smits, JimmyJimmy Smits Introducer of the performance of Best Original Song nominee "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?" Sarandon, SusanSusan Sarandon Presenter of the award for Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Hopkins, AnthonyAnthony Hopkins Presenter of the award for Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published Reeve, ChristopherChristopher Reeve Presenter of the montage saluting social issues Bassett, AngelaAngela Bassett Laurence Fishburne Presenters of the award for Best Original Song Zemeckis, RobertRobert Zemeckis Presenter of the award Best Director Kidman, NicoleNicole Kidman Presenter of the film Babe on the Best Picture segment Hanks, TomTom Hanks Presenter of the award for Best Actress Lange, JessicaJessica Lange Presenter of the award for Best Actor Poitier, SidneySidney Poitier Presenter of the award for Best Picture Performers[edit] Name(s) Role Performed Tom ScottTom Scott Musical arranger Orchestral Estefan, GloriaGloria Estefan Performer "Moonlight" from Sabrina Lovett, LyleLyle Lovett Randy Newman Performers "You've Got a Friend in Me" from Toy Story Stomp Stomp Performers Best Sound Effects Editing montage Springsteen, BruceBruce Springsteen Performer "Dead Man Walking" from Dead Man Walking Glover, SavionSavion Glover Performer "Singin' in the Rain" tap-dance tribute to Gene Kelly Williams, VanessaVanessa Williams Performer "Colors of the Wind" from Pocahontas Adams, BryanBryan Adams Performer "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?" from Don Juan DeMarco Take 6, Take 6 Performers Best Original Song medley

Ceremony information[edit] Whoopi Goldberg hosted the 68th Academy Awards. As a result of the negative reception of David Letterman's stint as host from the preceding year's ceremony, veteran film and television director Gil Cates declined to helm the upcoming festivities.[18] In November 1995, AMPAS recruited music producer and Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award recipient Quincy Jones as producer of the 1996 ceremony.[19] Jones immediately selected actress and comedian Whoopi Goldberg to host the ceremony.[19] In an interview with Los Angeles Times writer Susan King, Jones explained the decision to hire Goldberg saying, "She has all the qualifications to move on a dime, to carry the elegance and the dignity of the show and is very funny. She understands the street. She has everything."[20] One segment that was staged during the ceremony was an elaborate fashion show showcasing the nominees for Best Costume Design.[21] Produced by fashion photographer Matthew Rolston, the production featured models such as Cameron Alborzian, Tyson Beckford, Tyra Banks, Marcus Schenkenberg and Joel West sporting various costumes from the five films nominated in the category.[22] Initially, actor Jack Nicholson was approached to introduce the segment along with models Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer. However, actor Pierce Brosnan accepted the role of presenter of the segment and award after Nicholson declined those respective duties.[21] Several other people and elements were also involved with the production of the ceremony. Jeff Margolis served as director for the program.[23] Actress and talk show host Oprah Winfrey interviewed several nominees and other attendees during a seven-minute red carpet arrival segment shown at the beginning of the telecast.[24] Musician and saxophonist Tom Scott served as musical director for the ceremony.[25] Choreographer Jamie King supervised the performances of the Best Song nominees and two dance numbers.[26] Babe, the pig from the eponymous film, and Miss Piggy participated in a comedy sketch during the proceedings.[25] Actor Christopher Reeve, who was paralyzed in a horse riding accident nearly a year earlier, made a surprise appearance on the telecast urging filmmakers to make movies that face the world's most important issues head-on.[27] Division of Best Original Score category[edit] Beginning with this ceremony, the AMPAS music branch divided the category of Best Original Score into two categories: Best Dramatic Score and Best Musical or Comedy Score.[28] This was seen as a response to the dominance of Walt Disney Feature Animation films in the Original Score and Original Song categories in recent years.[29] Four years later, the two scoring categories were merged back into one category.[30] Box office performance of nominees[edit] At the time of the nominations announcement on February 13, the combined gross of the five Best Picture nominees at the US box office was $333 million, with an average of $66.5 million per film.[31] Apollo 13 was the highest earner among the Best Picture nominees with $172 million in domestic box office receipts.[31] The film was followed by Braveheart ($67 million), Babe ($58.2 million), Sense and Sensibility ($24.6 million) and finally Il Postino: The Postman ($10.7 million).[31] Of the top 50 grossing movies of the year, 47 nominations went to 14 films on the list. Only Toy Story (2nd), Apollo 13 (3rd), Braveheart (23rd), Babe (29th), 12 Monkeys (31st), Casino (38th) and Mr. Holland's Opus (39th) were nominated for directing, acting, screenwriting, or Best Picture.[32] The other box office hits that earned nominations were Batman Forever (1st), Pocahontas (4th), Seven (9th), Crimson Tide (10th), Waterworld (12th), The Bridges of Madison County (21st), The American President (27th) and Sabrina (34th).[32] Rainbow Coalition protest[edit] Several days before the ceremony, activist group Rainbow Coalition, led by Reverend Jesse Jackson, planned a protest regarding African Americans and other racial minorities in the film industry.[33] The group was voicing its objections to unflattering portrayals of minorities in film and television and the fact that minorities were underemployed in the entertainment industry.[33] Jackson further pointed out the disparity in racial minorities in Hollywood by noting that Best Live Action Short Film nominee Dianne Houston was the only African American nominated that year.[34] Although the group initially planned to demonstrate outside the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, an agreement between Jackson and producer Jones caused the protest to be moved adjacent to the broadcast facilities of the local ABC affiliate KABC-TV.[35] Nevertheless, Jones remarked that the Academy Awards were not the appropriate venue for such protest declaring "Why should the movie business be different from anything else in America? It's a problem that permeates everything in the country. Every facet of America discriminates."[36] Critical reviews[edit] The show received a positive reception from most media publications. The New York Times film critic Janet Maslin raved, "Mr. Jones pointedly turned this year's ceremony into a showcase for Hollywood's new guard." She also praised host Goldberg's opening monologue, remarking that it "established the sharpness of this year's gag writing."[37] People columnist Janice Min wrote that "the most egregious crime at the 68th Academy Awards on March 25 was–egad!–the relentless elegance and good taste that deprived viewers of genuine, Grade A snicker fodder.[38] Television critic Howard Rosenberg of the Los Angeles Times applauded Goldberg's performance, noting that her "confident performance [...] was symbolic of her whopping improvement as host over her showing on the 1994 Oscars."[39] Some media outlets were more critical of the show. Chicago Tribune television critic Steve Johnson lamented that Goldberg "settled into bland script reading that made one long for David Letterman's cranky unpredictability in the role last year." He also stated that the "Best Costume Design fashion show" was the silliest opening Oscar production number since Rob Lowe and Snow White sang "Proud Mary" in 1989.[40] Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly bemoaned that the dominance of Best Picture winner Braveheart and the lack of fashion glamour "had the makings of a tiresome evening."[41] Ratings and reception[edit] The American telecast on ABC drew in an average of 44.81 million people over its length, which was a 9% decrease from the previous year's ceremony.[42][43] The show also garnered lower Nielsen ratings compared to the previous ceremony, with 30.48% of households watching over a 48.88 share.[44] In addition, it also earned a lower 18–49 demo rating with an 18.76 rating over a 35.27 share among viewers in that demographic.[44] In July 1996, the ceremony presentation received seven nominations at the 48th Primetime Emmys.[45] Two months later, the ceremony won one of those nominations for Greg Brunton's lighting design and direction during the telecast.[46]

In Memoriam[edit] The annual In Memoriam tribute was presented by Academy President Arthur Hiller. The montage featured an excerpt of the main title of The Prince of Tides composed by James Newton Howard.[47] Ginger Rogers Miklós Rózsa Maxine Andrews Michael V. Gazzo Dean Martin Viveca Lindfors Martin Balsam Friz Freleng Burl Ives Butterfly McQueen Dorothy Jeakins Nancy Kelly Lana Turner Elisha Cook Jr. Ida Lupino Harry Horner Terry Southern Haing S. Ngor Michael Hordern Don Simpson Ross Hunter Frank Perry Alexander Godunov Louis Malle Howard Koch George Burns A separate tribute to actor, dancer and veteran Oscar host Gene Kelly featured tap dancer Savion Glover dancing to the song "Singin' in the Rain" from the film of the same name.[48]

See also[edit] Academy Award portal 2nd Screen Actors Guild Awards 16th Golden Raspberry Awards 38th Grammy Awards 48th Primetime Emmy Awards 49th British Academy Film Awards 50th Tony Awards 53rd Golden Globe Awards List of submissions to the 68th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film

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