Contents 1 Winners and nominees 1.1 Awards 1.2 Academy Honorary Award 1.3 Irving G. Thalberg Award 1.4 Films with multiple nominations and awards 2 Presenters and performers 2.1 Presenters (in order of appearance) 2.2 Performers (in order of appearance) 3 Ceremony information 3.1 Box office performance of nominees 3.2 Missing paper ballots 3.3 Oscar statuettes theft 3.4 Critical reviews 3.5 Ratings and reception 4 In Memoriam 5 See also 6 References 7 Bibliography 8 External links


Winners and nominees[edit] The nominees for the 72nd Academy Awards were announced on February 15, 2000, at 5:38 a.m. PST (13:38 UTC) at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California, by Robert Rehme, president of the Academy, and the actor Dustin Hoffman.[10] American Beauty received the most nominations with eight total; The Cider House Rules and The Insider tied for second with seven nominations each.[11] The winners were announced during the awards ceremony on March 26, 2000.[12] Sam Mendes was the sixth person to win Best Director for his directorial debut.[13] Best Actor winner Kevin Spacey became the tenth performer to win acting Oscars in both lead and supporting categories.[14] By virtue of her father Jon Voight's Best Lead Actor win for 1978's Coming Home, Best Supporting Actress winner Angelina Jolie and Voight became the second father-daughter Oscar acting winners.[15] Awards[edit] Sam Mendes, Best Director winner Kevin Spacey, Best Actor winner Hilary Swank, Best Actress winner Michael Caine, Best Supporting Actor winner Angelina Jolie, Best Supporting Actress winner Alan Ball, Best Original Screenplay winner John Irving, Best Adapted Screenplay winner Pedro Almodóvar, Best Foreign Language Film winner Kevin Macdonald, Best Documentary Feature co-winner Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface, and indicated with a double dagger ().[16] Best Picture American Beauty – Bruce Cohen and Dan Jinks, producers The Cider House Rules – Richard N. Gladstein, producers The Green Mile – Frank Darabont and David Valdes, producers The Insider – Pieter Jan Brugge and Michael Mann, producers The Sixth Sense – Frank Marshall, Kathleen Kennedy, and Barry Mendel, producers Best Director Sam Mendes – American Beauty Spike Jonze – Being John Malkovich Lasse Hallström – The Cider House Rules Michael Mann – The Insider M. Night Shyamalan – The Sixth Sense Best Actor Kevin Spacey – American Beauty as Lester Burnham Russell Crowe – The Insider as Jeffrey Wigand Richard Farnsworth – The Straight Story as Alvin Straight Sean Penn – Sweet and Lowdown as Emmet Ray Denzel Washington – The Hurricane as Rubin Carter Best Actress Hilary Swank – Boys Don't Cry as Brandon Teena Annette Bening – American Beauty as Carolyn Burnham Janet McTeer – Tumbleweeds as Mary Jo Walker Julianne Moore – The End of the Affair as Sarah Miles Meryl Streep – Music of the Heart as Roberta Guaspari Best Supporting Actor Michael Caine – The Cider House Rules as Dr. Wilbur Larch Tom Cruise – Magnolia as Frank T.J. Mackey Michael Clarke Duncan – The Green Mile as John Coffey Jude Law – The Talented Mr. Ripley as Dickie Greenleaf Haley Joel Osment – The Sixth Sense as Cole Sear Best Supporting Actress Angelina Jolie – Girl, Interrupted as Lisa Rowe Toni Collette – The Sixth Sense as Lynn Sear Catherine Keener – Being John Malkovich as Maxine Lund Samantha Morton – Sweet and Lowdown as Hattie Chloë Sevigny – Boys Don't Cry as Lana Tisdel Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen/Original Screenplay American Beauty – Alan Ball Being John Malkovich – Charlie Kaufman Magnolia – Paul Thomas Anderson The Sixth Sense – M. Night Shyamalan Topsy-Turvy – Mike Leigh Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published The Cider House Rules – John Irving based on his novel Election – Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor from the novel by Tom Perrotta The Green Mile – Frank Darabont adapted from the novel by Stephen King The Insider – Michael Mann and Eric Roth based on the Vanity Fair article "The Man Who Knew Too Much" by Marie Brenner The Talented Mr. Ripley – Anthony Minghella adapted from the novel by Patricia Highsmith Best Foreign Language Film All About My Mother (Spain) in Spanish – Pedro Almodóvar Himalaya (Nepal) in Nepalese – Éric Valli East/West (France) in French – Régis Wargnier Solomon & Gaenor (United Kingdom) in Welsh – Paul Morrison Under the Sun (Sweden) in Swedish – Colin Nutley Best Documentary Feature One Day in September – Arthur Cohn and Kevin Macdonald Buena Vista Social Club – Wim Wenders and Ulrich Felsberg Genghis Blues – Roko Belic and Adrian Belic On the Ropes – Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen Speaking in Strings – Paola di Florio and Lilibet Foster Best Documentary Short Subject King Gimp – Susan Hannah Hadary and William A. Whiteford Eyewitness – Bert Van Bork The Wildest Show in the South: The Angola Prison Rodeo – Simeon Soffer and Jonathan Stack Best Live Action Short Film My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York – Barbara Schock and Tammy Tiehel Bror, Min Bror – Henrik Ruben Genz and Michael W. Horsten Killing Joe – Mehdi Norowzian and Steve Wax Kleingeld – Marc-Andreas Bochert and Gabriele Lins Major and Minor Miracles – Marcus Olsson Best Animated Short Film The Old Man and the Sea – Alexander Petrov Humdrum – Peter Peake My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts – Torill Kove 3 Misses – Paul Driessen When the Day Breaks – Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis Best Original Score The Red Violin by John Corigliano American Beauty by Thomas Newman Angela's Ashes by John Williams The Cider House Rules by Rachel Portman The Talented Mr. Ripley by Gabriel Yared Best Original Song "You'll Be in My Heart" from Tarzan – Music and Lyrics by Phil Collins "Blame Canada" from South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut – Music and Lyrics by Trey Parker and Marc Shaiman "Music of My Heart" from Music of the Heart – Music and Lyrics by Diane Warren "Save Me" from Magnolia – Music and Lyrics by Aimee Mann "When She Loved Me" from Toy Story 2 – Music and Lyrics by Randy Newman Best Sound Effects Editing The Matrix – Dane A. Davis Fight Club – Ren Klyce and Richard Hymns Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace – Ben Burtt and Tom Bellfort Best Sound The Matrix – John T. Reitz, Gregg Rudloff, David E. Campbell, and David Lee The Green Mile – Robert J. Litt, Elliot Tyson, Michael Herbick, and Willie D. Burton The Insider – Andy Nelson, Doug Hemphill, and Lee Orloff The Mummy – Leslie Shatz, Chris Carpenter, Rick Kline, and Chris Munro Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace – Gary Rydstrom, Tom Johnson, Shawn Murphy, and John Midgley Best Art Direction Sleepy Hollow – Art Direction: Rick Heinrichs; Set Decoration: Peter Young Anna and the King – Art Direction: Luciana Arrighi; Set Decoration: Ian Whittaker The Cider House Rules – Art Direction: David Gropman; Set Decoration: Beth Rubino The Talented Mr. Ripley – Art Direction: Roy Walker; Set Decoration: Bruno Cesari Topsy-Turvy – Art Direction: Eve Stewart; Set Decoration: Eve Stewart and John Bush Best Cinematography American Beauty – Conrad L. Hall The End of the Affair – Roger Pratt The Insider – Dante Spinotti Sleepy Hollow – Emmanuel Lubezki Snow Falling on Cedars – Robert Richardson Best Makeup Topsy-Turvy – Christine Blundell and Trefor Proud Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me – Michèle Burke and Mike Smithson Bicentennial Man – Greg Cannom Life – Rick Baker Best Costume Design Topsy-Turvy – Lindy Hemming Anna and the King – Jenny Beavan Sleepy Hollow – Colleen Atwood The Talented Mr. Ripley – Gary Jones and Ann Roth Titus – Milena Canonero Best Film Editing The Matrix – Zach Staenberg American Beauty – Tariq Anwar, and Christopher Greenbury The Cider House Rules – Lisa Zeno Churgin The Insider – William Goldenberg, Paul Rubell, and David Rosenbloom The Sixth Sense – Andrew Mondshein Best Visual Effects The Matrix – John Gaeta, Janek Sirrs, Jon Thum, and Steve Courtley Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace – John Knoll, Dennis Muren, Scott Squires, and Rob Coleman Stuart Little – John Dykstra, Jerome Chen, Henry F. Anderson III, and Eric Allard Academy Honorary Award[edit] Andrzej Wajda[17] Irving G. Thalberg Award[edit] Warren Beatty[18] Films with multiple nominations and awards[edit] The following 17 films received multiple nominations: Nominations Film 8 American Beauty 7 The Cider House Rules The Insider 6 The Sixth Sense 5 The Talented Mr. Ripley 4 The Green Mile The Matrix Topsy-Turvy 3 Being John Malkovich Magnolia Sleepy Hollow Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace 2 Anna and the King Boys Don't Cry The End of the Affair Music of the Heart Sweet and Lowdown The following four films received multiple awards: Awards Film 5 American Beauty 4 The Matrix 2 The Cider House Rules Topsy-Turvy


Presenters and performers[edit] The following individuals presented awards or performed musical numbers.[19] Presenters (in order of appearance)[edit] Name(s) Role Coyote, PeterPeter Coyote Announcer for the 72nd annual Academy Awards Rehme, RobertRobert Rehme (AMPAS president) Gave opening remarks welcoming guests to the awards ceremony Barrymore, DrewDrew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu Presenters of the award for Best Costume Design Osment, Haley JoelHaley Joel Osment Presenters of the child actors tribute montage Graham, HeatherHeather Graham and Mike Myers Presenters of the award for Best Sound Badu, ErykahErykah Badu and Tobey Maguire Presenters of the award for Best Makeup Ryder, WinonaWinona Ryder Presenter of the film The Cider House Rules on the Best Picture segment Coburn, JamesJames Coburn Presenter of the award for Best Supporting Actress Freeman, MorganMorgan Freeman Presenter of the "200 Million Year History" movie segment Blanchett, CateCate Blanchett and Jude Law Presenters of the award for Best Live Action Short Film Sheriff Woody, Sheriff Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (voiced by Tim Allen), Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots (voiced by John Lasseter & Lee Unkrich) and Jessie (voiced by Joan Cusack) Presenters of the award for Best Animated Short Film Jackson, Samuel L.Samuel L. Jackson Presenter of the film The Green Mile on the Best Picture segment LL Cool J, LL Cool J and Vanessa Williams Introducers of the performances of the Best Original Song nominees Cher, Cher Presenter of the award for Best Original Song Bentley, WesWes Bentley, Thora Birch, and Mena Suvari Presenters of the award Best Documentary Short Subject Hawke, EthanEthan Hawke and Uma Thurman Presenters of the award for Best Documentary Feature Bassett, AngelaAngela Bassett Presenter of the film The Sixth Sense on Best Picture segment Dench, JudiJudi Dench Presenter of the award for Best Supporting Actor Fonda, JaneJane Fonda Presenter of the Honorary Academy Award to Andrzej Wajda Yun-fat, ChowChow Yun-fat Presenter of the award Best Sound Editing Hayek, SalmaSalma Hayek Presenter of the segment of the Academy Awards for Technical Achievement and the Gordon E. Sawyer Award Schwarzenegger, ArnoldArnold Schwarzenegger Presenter of the awards for Best Visual Effects Keaton, DianeDiane Keaton Presenter of the film American Beauty on the Best Picture segment Banderas, AntonioAntonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz Presenter of the award for Best Foreign Language Film Reeves, KeanuKeanu Reeves and Charlize Theron Presenters of the award for Best Original Score Norton, EdwardEdward Norton Presenter of the In Memoriam tribute Crowe, RussellRussell Crowe and Julianne Moore Presenters of the award for Best Art Direction Jones, Tommy LeeTommy Lee Jones and Ashley Judd Presenters of the award for Best Film Editing Nicholson, JackJack Nicholson Presenter of the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award to Warren Beatty Pitt, BradBrad Pitt Presenter for the award for Best Cinematography Spacey, KevinKevin Spacey Presenter of the award for Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published Gibson, MelMel Gibson Presenter of the award for Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen/Original Screenplay Huston, AnjelicaAnjelica Huston Presenter of the film The Insider on the Best Picture segment Benigni, RobertoRoberto Benigni Presenter of the award for Best Actress Paltrow, GwynethGwyneth Paltrow Presenter of the award for Best Actor Spielberg, StevenSteven Spielberg Presenter of the award for Best Director Eastwood, ClintClint Eastwood Presenter of the award for Best Picture Performers (in order of appearance)[edit] Name(s) Role Performed Bacharach, BurtBurt Bacharach, Rob Shrock and Don Was Musical Arrangers Orchestral Crystal, BillyBilly Crystal Host Opening number: The Green Mile (to the tune of "Green Acres theme song"), The Sixth Sense (to the tune of "People" from Funny Girl), The Insider (to the tune of Minute Waltz by Frédéric Chopin), The Cider House Rules (to the tune of "Mame" from Mame), and American Beauty (to the tune of "The Lady Is a Tramp" from Babes in Arms)[20] McLachlan, SarahSarah McLachlan and Randy Newman Performers "When She Loved Me" from Toy Story 2 Mann, AimeeAimee Mann Performer "Save Me" from Magnolia Collins, PhilPhil Collins Performer "You'll Be in My Heart" from Tarzan Estefan, GloriaGloria Estefan and 'N Sync Performers "Music of My Heart" from Music of the Heart Williams, RobinRobin Williams Performer "Blame Canada" from South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut Brooks, GarthGarth Brooks, Faith Hill, Ray Charles, Queen Latifah, Isaac Hayes, Burt Bacharach and Dionne Warwick Performers "Everybody's Talkin'" from Midnight Cowboy, "Over the Rainbow" from The Wizard of Oz, "Secret Love" from Calamity Jane, "The Man That Got Away" from A Star Is Born, "I've Got You Under My Skin" from Born to Dance, "All the Way" from The Joker Is Wild, "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, "Theme from Shaft" from Shaft, "The Way We Were" from The Way We Were, "When You Wish Upon a Star" from Pinocchio, and "Alfie" from Alfie


Ceremony information[edit] Billy Crystal hosted the 72nd Academy Awards. In view of the new millennium, the Academy sought to both shorten the telecast and give the ceremony a new look.[21][22] Husband–and–wife producers Richard D. Zanuck and Lili Fini Zanuck were recruited to oversee the production of the 2000 ceremony.[21] AMPAS president Robert Rehme explained the decision to hire the Zanucks saying, "With this new producing team in place, I look forward to a whole new perspective."[21] This marked the first occurrence that a woman was tapped for producing duties at the Oscars.[23] Despite Richard and Lili's promises to make changes to the ceremony, they hired actor and veteran Oscar host Billy Crystal to host the ceremony for the seventh time.[21] Production of the ceremony was reported to be far more ambitious and extravagant than previous ceremonies.[24] Art director Bob Keene designed an ambitiously technological stage design for the telecast that used a floor adorned with flashing lights and several 35 foot columns consisting of high-definition video monitors stacked atop each other.[24] The columns were used to display images of previous Oscar appearances as presenters took the stage, nomination packages, and reaction shots of the acting nominees as the winner was being announced.[25] Because of serious technical challenges concerning movement, lighting, and overheating, Keene and his production design team tested the stage at ABC Prospect Studios before installing it at the Shrine Auditorium.[26] Several other people were involved in the production of the ceremony. Actor Peter Coyote, who served as announcer for the telecast, was often seen before commercial breaks live behind the stage.[25][27] Musical directors Burt Bacharach, Don Was, and Rob Shrock composed a techno-pop soundtrack that substituted for a live orchestra during most of the ceremony.[21][28] In addition, Bacharach rounded up musicians that included Garth Brooks, Queen Latifah, and Dionne Warwick to perform a medley of songs previously nominated for Best Original Song.[29] Choreographer Kenny Ortega supervised the "Blame Canada" musical number.[30] Box office performance of nominees[edit] At the time of the nominations announcement on February 15, the combined gross of the five Best Picture nominees was $521 million with an average of $104 million per film.[31] The Sixth Sense was the highest earner among the Best Picture nominees with $278.4 million in domestic box office receipts.[31] The film was followed by The Green Mile ($120.7 million), American Beauty ($74.7 million), The Cider House Rules ($20.7 million), and finally The Insider ($26.6 million).[31] Of the top 50 grossing movies of the year, 37 nominations went to 11 films on the list.[32] Only The Sixth Sense (2nd), The Green Mile (13th), The Talented Mr. Ripley (26th), and American Beauty (27th) were nominated for directing, acting, screenwriting, or Best Picture. The other top 50 box office hits that earned the nominations were Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Mence (1st), Toy Story 2 (3rd), The Matrix (5th), Tarzan (6th), The Mummy (8th), Stuart Little (11th), and Sleepy Hollow (20th).[32] Missing paper ballots[edit] Nearly two weeks before Oscar voting was finished, AMPAS reported that 4,000 of the ballots mailed to Academy members were missing. The bags that carried the ballots were mislabeled as third-class mail.[33] On March 6, 2000, 1,000 of the ballots were discovered at a US Postal Service regional distribution center in Bell, California.[34] In response to affected members, AMPAS sent replacement ballots sealed in yellow envelopes, and extended the voting deadline by two days to March 23.[35] Oscar statuettes theft[edit] On March 10, 2000, 55 Oscar statuettes were stolen from a Roadway Express loading dock in Bell, California.[35][36] In the event the stolen awards were to be still missing during the festivities, AMPAS announced that R.S. Owens & Company, the manufacturer of the awards would produce a new batch of the golden statuettes.[37] Nine days later, 52 of the stolen statuettes were discovered in a trash bin at a Food 4 Less supermarket located in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles by a man named Willie Fulgear.[38][39] For the safe recovery of the stolen statuettes, Roadway Express rewarded Fulgear with $50,000, and the Academy invited him and his son Allen to the ceremony.[40] Two Roadway Express employees, truck driver Lawrence Ledent and dock worker Anthony Hart, were arrested for the theft of the Oscars. Both men pleaded no contest. Lawrence served six months in prison and Anthony received probation. A third man who was Mr. Fulgear's half-brother was initially charged with the crime, but police dropped those charges after Mr. Fulgear divulged that they were estranged from each other.[38][41] Three years later, one of three remaining missing Oscar statuettes was discovered during a drug bust at a mansion in Miami, Florida; the other two have yet to be found.[42] Critical reviews[edit] The show received a positive reception from most media publications. Television critic Monica Collins of the Boston Herald praised producers Richard and Lili Fini Zanuck for overseeing a show that was "clean, snappy, high-gloss and very well produced." She also quipped that host Billy Crystal did not need to save the show this time because "everything seemed to come together.[43] The San Francisco Examiner's Wesley Morris wrote "the show was downright hip, more so than it's been in decades." He also gave high marks for the "techno-chic" production elements from the music and stage design.[44] Columnist Paul Brownfield of the Los Angeles Times raved that "the 72nd annual Academy Awards telecast was hipper than in years past, sleeker in look and edgier in tone." He added that Crystal was "the perfect antidote to the entire evening's self-serious posturing."[45] Some media outlets were more critical of the show. John Carman of the San Francisco Chronicle lamented that despite being solid and tidy, "the show never quite managed the big surprises, sloppy excesses and emotional highs we hope to see."[46] Pittsburgh Post-Gazette television critic Rob Owen criticized the uneven pacing of the ceremony writing that the telecast "started slowly – 20 minutes of Billy Crystal's spoofs and singing that weren't as funny as his past Oscar intros – and never got up to speed."[47] Caryn James of The New York Times remarked that "the four-hour show turned into a zombie." She also stated that the telecast was bloated with too many tributes to Hollywood's past.[48] Ratings and reception[edit] The American telecast on ABC drew in an average of 46.52 million viewers over its length, which was a 3% increase from the previous year's ceremony.[6] An estimated 79.11 million total viewers watched all or part of the awards.[6] The show also drew higher Nielsen ratings compared to the previous ceremony with 29.64% of households watching over a 48.32 share.[49] In addition, it also drew a higher 18–49 demo rating with a 19.86 rating over a 39.34 share among viewers in that demographic.[49] In July 2000, the show received nine nominations at the 52nd Primetime Emmy Awards.[50] Two months later, the ceremony won one of those nominations for Louis J. Horvitz's direction of the telecast.[51]


In Memoriam[edit] The annual In Memoriam tribute, presented by actor Edward Norton, honored the following people.[52] Sylvia Sidney Jim Varney Ernest Gold Ruth Roman Henry Jones Robert Bresson Desmond Llewelyn Mario Puzo Allan Carr Rory Calhoun Frank Tarloff Marc Davis Hedy Lamarr Victor Mature Garson Kanin Roger Vadim Mabel King Oliver Reed Albert Whitlock Ian Bannen Abraham Polonsky Dirk Bogarde Edward Dmytryk Lila Kedrova Charles 'Buddy' Rogers Madeline Kahn George C. Scott


See also[edit] Academy Award portal 6th Screen Actors Guild Awards 20th Golden Raspberry Awards 42nd Grammy Awards 52nd Primetime Emmy Awards 53rd British Academy Film Awards 54th Tony Awards 57th Golden Globe Awards List of submissions to the 72nd Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film


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