Contents 1 Winners and nominees 1.1 Awards 1.2 Honorary Academy Award 1.3 Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award 1.4 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 nominated films 3.2 Critical reviews 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 79th Academy Awards were announced on January 23, 2007, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California, by Sid Ganis, president of the Academy, and the actress Salma Hayek.[13] Dreamgirls received the most nominations with eight, and Babel came in second with seven.[14] This marked the first and only occurrence that the film with the most nominations was not a Best Picture nominee.[15] This year was the third (and, to date, last) year in which two films not nominated for Best Picture received more nominations than the winner—Dreamgirls and Pan´s Labyrinth, with eight and six, respectively. This had previously occurred at the 5th and 25th Academy Awards. The winners were announced during the awards ceremony on February 25, 2007.[16] With his latest unsuccessful nomination for Best Actor, Peter O'Toole became the most nominated performer without a competitive win.[17] Another oddity in the Best Actor category is that four of the five nominees were only nominated in that category and nothing else (the exception being Leonardo DiCaprio for Blood Diamond). This results in the only year since the 1st Academy Awards where none of the Best Actor Nominees were nominated for Best Picture and the first time since the 6th Academy Awards where none of the nominees were nominated for Best Screenplay. Best Supporting Actress winner Jennifer Hudson was the fifteenth Oscar acting winner to win for a debut film performance.[18] "I Need to Wake Up" from An Inconvenient Truth became the first song from a documentary film to win Best Original Song.[19] Awards[edit] Martin Scorsese, Best Director winner Forest Whitaker, Best Actor winner Helen Mirren, Best Actress winner Alan Arkin, Best Supporting Actor winner Jennifer Hudson, Best Supporting Actress winner George Miller, Best Animated Feature winner Gustavo Santaolalla, Best Original Score winner Melissa Etheridge, Best Original Song winner Guillermo Navarro, Best Cinematography winner John Knoll, Best Visual Effects co-winner Milena Canonero, Best Costume Design winner Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface, and indicated with a double dagger ().[20] Best Picture The Departed – Graham King, producer Babel – Alejandro González Iñárritu, Jon Kilik and Steve Golin, producers Letters from Iwo Jima – Clint Eastwood, Steven Spielberg and Robert Lorenz, producers Little Miss Sunshine – David T. Friendly, Peter Saraf and Marc Turtletaub, producers The Queen – Andy Harries, Christine Langan and Tracey Seaward, producers Best Director Martin Scorsese – The Departed Alejandro González Iñárritu – Babel Clint Eastwood – Letters from Iwo Jima Stephen Frears – The Queen Paul Greengrass – United 93 Best Actor Forest Whitaker – The Last King of Scotland as Idi Amin Leonardo DiCaprio – Blood Diamond as Danny Archer Ryan Gosling – Half Nelson as Dan Dunne Peter O'Toole – Venus as Maurice Will Smith – The Pursuit of Happyness as Chris Gardner Best Actress Helen Mirren – The Queen as Queen Elizabeth II Penélope Cruz – Volver as Raimunda Judi Dench – Notes on a Scandal as Barbara Covett Meryl Streep – The Devil Wears Prada as Miranda Priestly Kate Winslet – Little Children as Sarah Pierce Best Supporting Actor Alan Arkin – Little Miss Sunshine as Edwin Hoover Jackie Earle Haley – Little Children as Ronald James McGorvey Djimon Hounsou – Blood Diamond as Solomon Vandy Eddie Murphy – Dreamgirls as James "Thunder" Early Mark Wahlberg – The Departed as Staff Sergeant Dignam Best Supporting Actress Jennifer Hudson – Dreamgirls as Effie White Adriana Barraza – Babel as Amelia Hernandez Cate Blanchett – Notes on a Scandal as Bathsheba "Sheba" Hart Abigail Breslin – Little Miss Sunshine as Olive Hoover Rinko Kikuchi – Babel as Chieko Wataya Best Original Screenplay Little Miss Sunshine – Michael Arndt Babel – Guillermo Arriaga Letters from Iwo Jima – Iris Yamashita and Paul Haggis Pan's Labyrinth – Guillermo del Toro The Queen – Peter Morgan Best Adapted Screenplay The Departed – William Monahan based on the film Infernal Affairs Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan – Sacha Baron Cohen, Anthony Hines, Peter Baynham, Dan Mazer and Todd Phillips based on characters created by Sacha Baron Cohen Children of Men – Alfonso Cuarón, Timothy J. Sexton, David Arata, Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby based on the book by P. D. James Little Children – Todd Field and Tom Perotta based on the novel by Tom Perrotta Notes on a Scandal – Patrick Marber based on the book by Zoë Heller Best Animated Feature Film Happy Feet – George Miller Cars – John Lasseter Monster House – Gil Kenan Best Foreign Language Film The Lives of Others (Germany) in German – Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck After the Wedding (Denmark) in Danish, Hindi, and Swedish – Susanne Bier Days of Glory (Indigènes) (Algeria) in Arabic – Rachid Bouchareb Pan's Labyrinth (Mexico) in Spanish – Guillermo del Toro Water (Canada) in Hindi – Deepa Mehta Best Documentary Feature An Inconvenient Truth – Davis Guggenheim Deliver Us from Evil – Amy Berg and Frank Donner Iraq in Fragments – James Longley and John Sinno Jesus Camp – Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady My Country, My Country – Laura Poitras and Jocelyn Glatzer Best Documentary Short Subject The Blood of Yingzhou District – Ruby Yang and Thomas Lennon Recycled Life – Leslie Iwerks and Mike Glad Rehearsing a Dream – Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon Two Hands: The Leon Fleisher Story – Nathaniel Kahn and Susan Rose Behr Best Live Action Short Film West Bank Story – Ari Sandel Binta and the Great Idea – Javier Fesser and Luis Manso Éramos Pocos – Borja Cobeaga Helmer and Son – Soren Pilmark and Kim Magnusson The Saviour – Peter Templeman and Stuart Parkyn Best Animated Short Film The Danish Poet – Torill Kove Lifted – Gary Rydstrom The Little Matchgirl – Roger Allers and Don Hahn Maestro – Géza M. Tóth No Time for Nuts – Chris Renaud and Michael Thurmeier Best Original Score Babel by Gustavo Santaolalla The Good German by Thomas Newman Notes on a Scandal by Philip Glass Pan's Labyrinth by Javier Navarrete The Queen by Alexandre Desplat Best Original Song "I Need to Wake Up" from An Inconvenient Truth – Music and Lyrics by Melissa Etheridge "Listen" from Dreamgirls – Music by Henry Krieger and Scott Cutler; Lyrics by Anne Preven "Love You I Do" from Dreamgirls – Music by Henry Krieger; Lyrics by Siedah Garrett "Our Town" from Cars – Music and Lyrics by Randy Newman "Patience" from Dreamgirls – Music by Henry Krieger; Lyrics by Willie Reale Best Sound Editing Letters from Iwo Jima – Alan Robert Murray and Bub Asman Apocalypto – Sean McCormack and Kami Asgar Blood Diamond – Lon Bender Flags of Our Fathers – Alan Robert Murray and Bub Asman Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest – Christopher Boyes and George Watters II Best Sound Mixing Dreamgirls – Michael Minkler, Bob Beemer and Willie D. Burton Apocalypto – Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell and Fernando Cámara Blood Diamond – Andy Nelson, Anna Behlmer and Ivan Sharrock Flags of Our Fathers – John T. Reitz, David E. Campbell, Gregg Rudloff and Walt Martin Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest – Paul Massey, Christopher Boyes and Lee Orloff Best Art Direction Pan's Labyrinth – Art Direction: Eugenio Caballero; Set Decoration: Pilar Revuelta Dreamgirls – Art Direction: John Myhre; Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh The Good Shepherd – Art Direction: Jeannine Oppewall; Set Decoration: Gretchen Rau (posthumous nomination) and Leslie E. Rollins Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest – Art Direction: Rick Heinrichs; Set Decoration: Cheryl A. Carasik The Prestige – Art Direction: Nathan Crowley; Set Decoration: Julie Ochipinti Best Cinematography Pan's Labyrinth – Guillermo Navarro The Black Dahlia – Vilmos Zsigmond Children of Men – Emmanuel Lubezki The Illusionist – Dick Pope The Prestige – Wally Pfister Best Makeup Pan's Labyrinth – David Marti and Montse Ribe Apocalypto – Aldo Signoretti and Vittorio Sodano Click – Kazuhiro Tsuji and Bill Corso Best Costume Design Marie Antoinette – Milena Canonero Curse of the Golden Flower – Chung Man Yee The Devil Wears Prada – Patricia Field Dreamgirls – Sharen Davis The Queen – Consolata Boyle Best Film Editing The Departed – Thelma Schoonmaker Babel – Douglas Crise and Stephen Mirrione Blood Diamond – Steven Rosenblum Children of Men – Alfonso Cuarón and Alex Rodríguez United 93 – Clare Douglas, Richard Pearson and Christopher Rouse Best Visual Effects Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest – John Knoll, Hal Hickel, Charles Gibson and Allen Hall Poseidon – Boyd Shermis, Kim Libreri, Chaz Jarrett and John Frazier Superman Returns – Mark Stetson, Neil Corbould, Richard R. Hoover and Jon Thum Honorary Academy Award[edit] Ennio Morricone — In recognition of his magnificent and multifaceted contributions to the art of film music.[21] Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award[edit] Sherry Lansing[22] Multiple nominations and awards[edit] The following 19 films received multiple nominations: Nominations Film 8 Dreamgirls 7 Babel 6 Pan's Labyrinth The Queen 5 Blood Diamond The Departed 4 Letters from Iwo Jima Little Miss Sunshine Notes on a Scandal Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest 3 Apocalypto Children of Men Little Children 2 An Inconvenient Truth Cars Flags of Our Fathers The Devil Wears Prada The Prestige United 93 The following five films received multiple awards: Awards Film 4 The Departed 3 Pan's Labyrinth 2 An Inconvenient Truth Dreamgirls Little Miss Sunshine


Presenters and performers[edit] The following individuals presented awards or performed musical numbers.[23][24][25] Presenters (in order of appearance)[edit] Name(s) Role LaFontaine, DonDon LaFontaine Gina Tuttle Announcers for the 79th annual Academy Awards Craig, DanielDaniel Craig Nicole Kidman Presenters of the award for Best Art Direction Gyllenhaal, MaggieMaggie Gyllenhaal Presenter of the segment of the Academy Awards for Technical Achievement and the Gordon E. Sawyer Award Black, JackJack Black Will Ferrell John C. Reilly Presenters of the award for Best Makeup Breslin, AbigailAbigail Breslin Jaden Smith Presenters of the awards for Best Animated Short Film and Best Live Action Short Film Carell, SteveSteve Carell Greg Kinnear Presenters of the award for Best Sound Editing Biel, JessicaJessica Biel James McAvoy Presenters of the award for Best Sound Mixing Weisz, RachelRachel Weisz Presenter of the award for Best Supporting Actor DiCaprio, LeonardoLeonardo DiCaprio Al Gore Gave a special announcement regarding the Academy's plans to help the environment Diaz, CameronCameron Diaz Presenter of the award for Best Animated Feature Affleck, BenBen Affleck Presenter of the "Tribute to Screenwriters" montage by Nancy Meyers Hanks, TomTom Hanks Helen Mirren Presenters of the award for Best Adapted Screenplay Blunt, EmilyEmily Blunt Anne Hathaway Presenters of the award for Best Costume Design Cruise, TomTom Cruise Presenter of the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to Sherry Lansing Paltrow, GwynethGwyneth Paltrow Presenter of the award for Best Cinematography Downey Jr., RobertRobert Downey Jr. Naomi Watts Presenters of the award for Best Visual Effects Deneuve, CatherineCatherine Deneuve Ken Watanabe Presenters of the "60 Years of Best Foreign Language Film Winners" montage by Giuseppe Tornatore Blanchett, CateCate Blanchett Clive Owen Presenters of the award for Best Foreign Language Film Clooney, GeorgeGeorge Clooney Presenter of the award for Best Supporting Actress Bernal, Gael GarcíaGael García Bernal Eva Green Presenters of the award for Best Documentary Short Subject Seinfeld, JerryJerry Seinfeld Presenter of the award for Best Documentary Feature Eastwood, ClintClint Eastwood Presenter of the Academy Honorary Award to Ennio Morricone Cruz, PenélopePenélope Cruz Hugh Jackman Presenters of the award for Best Original Score Ganis, SidSid Ganis (AMPAS president) Presenter of a montage highlighting the Academy's preservation and educational work Dunst, KirstenKirsten Dunst Tobey Maguire Presenters of the award for Best Original Screenplay Lopez, JenniferJennifer Lopez Introducer of the performances of Best Original Song nominees "Love You I Do", "Listen" and "Patience" Latifah, QueenQueen Latifah John Travolta Presenters of the award for Best Original Song Smith, WillWill Smith Introducer of a montage of films dealing with American politics by Michael Mann Winslet, KateKate Winslet Presenter of the award for Best Film Editing Foster, JodieJodie Foster Presenter of the In Memoriam tribute Hoffman, Philip SeymourPhilip Seymour Hoffman Presenter of the award for Best Actress Witherspoon, ReeseReese Witherspoon Presenter of the award for Best Actor Coppola, Francis FordFrancis Ford Coppola George Lucas Steven Spielberg Presenters of the award for Best Director Keaton, DianeDiane Keaton Jack Nicholson Presenters of the award for Best Picture Performers (in order of appearance)[edit] Name(s) Role Performed William RossWilliam Ross Musical arranger Orchestral PilobolusPilobolus Performers Interpretive depictions of films' titles and logos Black, JackJack Black Will Ferrell John C. Reilly Performers "Comedian at the Oscars" Steve SidwellSteve Sidwell and Sound Effects Choir Performers "Elements & Motion" film sound effects performance Newman, RandyRandy Newman James Taylor Performers "Our Town" from Cars Etheridge, MelissaMelissa Etheridge Performer "I Need to Wake Up" from An Inconvenient Truth Dion, CelineCeline Dion Performer "I Knew I Loved You" during the Ennio Morricone tribute Hudson, JenniferJennifer Hudson Beyoncé Knowles Performers "Love You I Do" from Dreamgirls Hudson, JenniferJennifer Hudson Beyoncé Knowles Performers "Listen" from Dreamgirls Hudson, JenniferJennifer Hudson Beyoncé Knowles Keith Robinson Anika Noni Rose Performers "Patience" from Dreamgirls


Ceremony information[edit] Ellen DeGeneres hosted the 79th Academy Awards Because of the declining viewership of recent Academy Awards ceremonies, producer Gil Cates declined to helm the upcoming festivities. The Academy sought ideas to revamp the show while renewing interest with the nominated films. In September 2006, the Academy selected producer Laura Ziskin to oversee production of the telecast for a second time.[26] Nearly three months later, actress and comedian Ellen DeGeneres, who had previously emceed three Primetime Emmy Award ceremonies between 2001 and 2005, was chosen as host of the 2007 ceremony.[1] In an article published in the Los Angeles Times, Ziskin explained the decision to hire DeGeneres saying "Certainly, I believe the presence of Ellen will help the ratings absolutely. She's popular with a very wide audience. She is not a niche performer. She touches a lot of demographics."[27] AMPAS christened this year's telecast with a theme celebrating movie quotes.[28] In tandem with the theme, advertising agency TBWA\Chiat\Day designed the official ceremony poster featuring 75 quotes from several Oscar-nominated or winning films.[29] To stir interest surrounding the awards, filmmaker Spike Lee released a trailer featuring everyday people around New York City reciting famous film lines.[28] During the ceremony, a montage produced by director Nancy Meyers saluted the work of screenwriters and their contributions to film.[30][31] During the telecast, former U.S. Vice President and environmental activist Al Gore, and Best Actor nominee Leonardo DiCaprio announced that AMPAS would incorporate several environmentally and ecologically conscious features into the ceremony.[32] Designed by Frank Webb and Matthew White, the Architectural Digest greenroom where presenters and winners mingled backstage featured several environmentally friendly features such as a rug made of recycled plastic bottles and walls painted without any volatile organic compounds.[33] Other eco-friendly features included the transportation for guests of the awards via hybrid electric vehicles, usage of recyclable paper for ballots and invitations, and serving meals at the Governor's Ball on reusable plates and biodegradable dishware.[34] Several other people participated in the production of the ceremony. William Ross served as musical director for the ceremony.[35] J. Michael Riva designed a new set and stage design for the ceremony.[36] Voice actor Don LaFontaine was hired with Gina Tuttle as announcers for the telecast.[37] Actor Greg Vaughan and Lucky columnist Allyson Waterman co-hosted "Road to the Oscars", a weekly behind-the-scenes video blog on the Oscar ceremony website.[4] Members of the dance troupe and contortionist group Pilobolus performed interpretive shadow figures representing scenes and logos from the nominated films.[38] Actors Jack Black, Will Ferrell, and John C. Reilly performed a lighthearted musical number written by comedic director Judd Apatow and music composer Marc Shaiman satirizing comedy's lack of recognition at the Academy Awards.[39] Conducted by musician Steve Sidwell, the Sound Effects Choir performed voice effects to a montage of classic films.[40] Another vignette directed by documentary fimmaker Errol Morris featuring several Oscar nominees discussing what it means to be an Oscar nominee was shown at the beginning of the show.[41] Italian director Giuseppe Tornatore assembled a tribute highlighting previous winners of the Best Foreign Language Film.[42] Filmmaker Michael Mann produced a montage highlighting American life through the eyes of cinema.[43] Box office performance of nominated films[edit] At the time of the nominations announcement on January 23, the combined gross of the five Best Picture nominees was $244 million with an average of $48.7 million per film.[44] The Departed was the highest earner among the Best Picture nominees with $121.7 million in domestic box office receipts. The film was followed by Little Miss Sunshine ($59.6 million), The Queen ($35.6 million), Babel ($23.7 million) and finally Letters from Iwo Jima ($2.4 million).[44] Of the top 50 grossing movies of the year, 29 nominations went to nine films on the list. Only The Pursuit of Happyness (12th), Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (15th), The Devil Wears Prada (16th), The Departed (17th) and Dreamgirls (28th) were nominated for Best Picture, Best Animated Feature or any of the directing, acting or screenwriting awards.[45] The other top 50 box office hits that earned nominations were Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (1st), Cars (2nd), Superman Returns (6th) and Happy Feet (8th).[45] Critical reviews[edit] The show received a mixed reception from media publications. Some media outlets were more critical of the show. Tim Goodman of the San Francisco Chronicle lamented, "It was long. It was flat. And it was bloated. Worst of all, it was boring." He also wrote that "it was difficult for Ellen's subtle rambling to translate because people want pop and humor and declarative sentences in their Academy Awards. Which they didn't exactly get."[46] The Denver Post television critic Joanne Ostrow bemoaned, "Pleasant and innocuous but hardly exciting, DeGeneres forgot the primary Academy Award host directive: It's not about the host. Hollywood's biggest night (and television's second-biggest annual gathering, after the Super Bowl) is a celebration of film."[47] The Washington Post columnist Tom Shales gave an average review for DeGeneres but criticized the overall slow and choppy pacing of the program noting that it was "punishingly too long."[48] Other media outlets received the broadcast more positively. Columnist Alessandra Stanley of The New York Times lauded DeGeneres's performance writing that she was "cheeky but good-natured, far less barbed and sardonic than Jon Stewart last year or Chris Rock in 2005." She added that her style brought a "casual Friday mood to Fancy Sunday."[49] St. Louis Post-Dispatch television critic Gail Pennington praised host DeGeneres and producer Ziskin for turning "the evening into an upbeat celebration––and the most entertaining Oscars in years."[50] Television editor Dave Kronke of the Los Angeles Daily News gave high marks for DeGeneres commenting, "Her material was amusing but scarcely a laugh riot, yet it was amiable and delineated that the evening was a celebration of all the nominees, not just the winners."[51] Ratings and reception[edit] The American telecast on ABC drew in an average of 39.92 million people over its length, which was a 2.5% increase from the previous year's ceremony.[52][53] An estimated 76.72 million total viewers watched all or part of the awards.[8] The show also drew higher Nielsen ratings compared to the previous ceremony with 23.59% of households watching over a 38.86 share.[54] In addition, the program scored a higher 18-49 demo rating with a 14.18 rating over a 33.71 share among viewers in that demographic.[55] In July 2007, the ceremony presentation received nine nominations at the 59th Primetime Emmys.[56] Two months later, the ceremony won two of those nominations for Outstanding Art Direction (J. Michael Riva, Geoffrey Richman, and Tamlyn Wright) and Outstanding Music Direction (William Ross).[57][58]


In Memoriam[edit] The annual In Memoriam tribute, presented by actress Jodie Foster, honored the following people:[24] Glenn Ford Bruno Kirby Alida Valli Betty Comden Jane Wyatt Don Knotts Red Buttons Gillo Pontecorvo Darren McGavin Richard Fleischer Sven Nykvist Joseph Barbera Tamara Dobson Gretchen Rau June Allyson Gordon Parks Philippe Noiret Maureen Stapleton Jack Wild Vincent Sherman James Doohan Shohei Imamura Carlo Ponti Peter Boyle James Glennon Sidney Sheldon Jack Palance Mako Jack Warden Basil Poledouris Henry Bumstead Jay Presson Allen Robert Altman Before the montage was shown, Foster briefly eulogized casting director and Oscar winner Randy Stone who died nearly two weeks before the ceremony.[59]


See also[edit] Academy Award portal 13th Screen Actors Guild Awards 27th Golden Raspberry Awards 49th Grammy Awards 59th Primetime Emmy Awards 60th British Academy Film Awards 61st Tony Awards 64th Golden Globe Awards List of submissions to the 79th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film


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