Contents 1 Best Actor – Leading Role 2 Best Actor – Supporting Role 3 Best Actress – Leading Role 4 Best Actress – Supporting Role 5 Best Art Direction 6 Best cinematography 7 Best Director 8 Best Documentary Feature 9 Best Documentary Short Subject 10 Best Film Editing 11 Best Foreign Language Film 12 Best Animated Feature 13 Best Live Action Short Film 14 Best Animated Short Film 15 Best Makeup 16 Best Music – Original Score 17 Best Music – Original Song 18 Best Picture 19 Best Sound or Sound Mixing 20 Best Sound Editing 21 Best Visual Effects 22 Best Writing – Adapted Screenplay 23 Best Writing – Original Screenplay 24 Best Story 25 Special Achievement 26 See also


Best Actor – Leading Role[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born actors. Actor Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 1950 José Ferrer Cyrano de Bergerac Won First Latino actor to win an Academy Award. First Latino actor to be nominated more than once. 1952 José Ferrer Moulin Rouge Nominated 1957 Anthony Quinn Wild Is the Wind Nominated 1964 Anthony Quinn Zorba the Greek Nominated 2011 Demián Bichir A Better Life Nominated


Best Actor – Supporting Role[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born actors. Supporting Actor Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 1948 José Ferrer Joan of Arc Nominated First Latino actor to be nominated for an acting Academy Award. 1952 Anthony Quinn Viva Zapata! Won First Mexican actor to win an Academy Award. 1956 Anthony Quinn Lust for Life Won First Mexican, and Latino, to win two Oscars in the same category. 1990 Andy García The Godfather Part III Nominated 2000 Benicio del Toro Traffic Won First and only actor to win for a Spanish-speaking role. 2003 Benicio del Toro 21 Grams Nominated


Best Actress – Leading Role[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born actress. Actress Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 1998 Fernanda Montenegro Central Station Nominated First Latin American to be nominated for Best Actress and first actress to be nominated for a Portuguese-speaking role. 2002 Salma Hayek Frida Nominated First Mexican Actress to be nominated for Best Actress. 2004 Catalina Sandino Moreno Maria Full of Grace Nominated First Colombian to be nominated for an Academy Award and first actress to be nominated for a Spanish-speaking role.


Best Actress – Supporting Role[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born actresses. Actress Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 1954 Katy Jurado Broken Lance Nominated First Latin American and Mexican Actress to be nominated for Best Supporting Actress. 1961 Rita Moreno West Side Story Won First Puerto Rican to be nominated and win for Best Supporting Actress. 1987 Norma Aleandro Gaby: A True Story Nominated First Argentine Actress to be nominated for Best Supporting Actress. 2006 Adriana Barraza Babel Nominated Second Mexican Actress to be nominated for Best Supporting Actress. 2011 Bérénice Bejo The Artist Nominated Second Argentine Actress to be nominated for Best Supporting Actress. Bejo is an Argentine-born French actress. 2014 Lupita Nyong'o 12 Years a Slave Won First Mexican actress to win for Best Supporting Actress. Nyong'o is a Mexican-born Kenyan actress.


Best Art Direction[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born art directors. Art Direction Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 1942 Emile Kuri Silver Queen Nominated Nominated with Ralph Berger. 1949 Emile Kuri The Heiress Won Nominated with Harry Horner and John Meehan. 1952 Emile Kuri Carrie Nominated Nominated with Roland Anderson and Hal Pereira. 1954 Emile Kuri 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Won Nominated with John Meehan. Executive Suite Nominated Nominated with Edward C. Carfagno, Cedric Gibbons and Edwin B. Willis. 1961 Emile Kuri The Absent-Minded Professor Nominated Nominated with Carroll Clark and Hal Gausman. 1964 Emile Kuri Mary Poppins Nominated Nominated with Carroll Clark, Hal Gausman and William H. Tuntke. 1971 Emile Kuri Bedknobs and Broomsticks Nominated Nominated with Peter Ellenshaw, Hal Gausman and John B. Mansbridge. 1995 Eugenio Zanetti Restoration Won 1996 Brigitte Broch Romeo + Juliet Nominated Broch is a Germany-born Mexican art director. 1998 Eugenio Zanetti What Dreams May Come Nominated Nominated with Cindy Carr. 2001 Brigitte Broch Moulin Rouge! Won Nominated with Catherine Martin. 2002 Felipe Fernández del Paso Hania Robledo Frida Nominated 2006 Eugenio Caballero Pan's Labyrinth Won (original title: El laberinto del fauno) Nominated with Pilar Revuelta.


Best cinematography[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born cinematographers. Cinematography Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 1964 Gabriel Figueroa The Night of the Iguana Nominated The Academy Award category was "Best Cinematography – Black-and-White". 1995 Emmanuel Lubezki A Little Princess Nominated 1999 Emmanuel Lubezki Sleepy Hollow Nominated 2003 César Charlone City of God Nominated César Charlone is an Uruguayan-born Brazilian director. 2005 Emmanuel Lubezki The New World Nominated Rodrigo Prieto Brokeback Mountain Nominated 2006 Emmanuel Lubezki Children of Men Nominated Guillermo Navarro Pan's Labyrinth Won First Latin American and Mexican cinematographer to win an Academy Award. (original title: El laberinto del fauno) 2008 Claudio Miranda The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Nominated 2011 Emmanuel Lubezki The Tree of Life Nominated 2012 Claudio Miranda Life of Pi Won 2013 Emmanuel Lubezki Gravity Won 2014 Emmanuel Lubezki Birdman Won First Latin American cinematographer to win consecutive Academy Awards. 2015 Emmanuel Lubezki The Revenant Won First Latin American cinematographer to win three Academy Awards. 2016 Rodrigo Prieto Silence Nominated


Best Director[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born directors. Director Year Name Country Film Status Milestone 1985 Héctor Babenco Kiss of the Spider Woman Nominated Babenco was an Argentine-born Brazilian director. 2003 Fernando Meirelles City of God Nominated 2006 Alejandro González Iñárritu Babel Nominated 2013 Alfonso Cuarón Gravity Won First Latin American director to win Best Director. 2014 Alejandro González Iñárritu Birdman Won First Latin American director to have multiple Best Director nominations 2015 Alejandro González Iñárritu The Revenant Won First Latin American director to win two Oscars 2017 Guillermo del Toro The Shape of Water Pending


Best Documentary Feature[edit] This list focuses on documentary features directed by Latin American-born filmmakers. Best Documentary Feature Year Film Country Director Status Milestone/Notes 1957 Torero! Manuel Barbachano Ponce Nominated Producer Manuel Barbachano Ponce was nominated instead of director Carlos Velo, also Mexican. 1969 The Olympics in Mexico Alberto Isaac Nominated The Organizing Committee of the XIX Summer Olympic Games was nominated, and not Isaac. 1981 El Salvador: Another Vietnam Tetê Vasconcellos Glenn Silber Nominated Shared with Glenn Silber 1985 The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Susana Blaustein Muñoz Lourdes Portillo Nominated 2001 Promises Carlos Bolado Justine Shapiro B.Z. Goldberg Nominated Bolado's partners, Shapiro and Goldberg, were nominated, and not him. 2010 Waste Land João Jardim Karen Harley Lucy Walker Nominated João and Karen's partners, Walker and producer Angus Aynsley, were nominated, and not them. 2014 The Salt of the Earth Juliano Ribeiro Salgado Wim Wenders Nominated Shared with Wenders and producer David Rosier


Best Documentary Short Subject[edit] This list focuses on documentary short subject directed by Latin American-born filmmakers. Best Documentary Short Subject Year Film Country Director Status Milestone/Notes 1971 Sentinels of Silence Manuel Arango Won This was the only time that a short film won the Academy Award in two categories, having also won for Best Short Subject. 1980 Luther Metke at 94 Jorge Preloran Nominated Shared with producer Richard Hawkins 2007 The Crown Amanda Micheli Isabel Vega Nominated 2014 The Reaper Gabriel Serra Argüello Nominated


Best Film Editing[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born film editors. Film Editing Year Name Country Film Status Milestone 2003 Daniel Rezende City of God (Cidade de Deus) Nominated 2006 Alfonso Cuarón Álex Rodríguez Children of Men Nominated Rodriguez is a French-born Mexican editor. 2013 Alfonso Cuarón Gravity Won Shared with Mark Sanger.


Best Foreign Language Film[edit] This list focuses on films produced in Latin America. Best Foreign Language Film Year Film Country Director Status Milestone/Notes 1960 Macario Roberto Gavaldón Nominated First Latin American film to be nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. 1961 The Important Man Ismael Rodríguez Nominated (original title: Ánimas Trujano) 1962 Keeper of Promises Anselmo Duarte Nominated (original title: O Pagador de Promessas) The Pearl of Tlayucan Luis Alcoriza Nominated (original title: Tlayucan) 1974 The Truce Sergio Renán Nominated (original title: La tregua) 1975 Letters from Marusia Miguel Littín Nominated (original title: Actas de Marusia) 1982 Alsino and the Condor Miguel Littín Nominated (original title: Alsino y el Cóndor) Second nomination for Best Foreign Language Film to a film directed by Miguel Littín. Only Latin American Director to receive nominations for films directed in two different countries. 1984 Camila María Luisa Bemberg Nominated First nomination for Best Foreign Language Film to a film directed by a Latin American woman director. 1985 The Official Story Luis Puenzo Won (original title: La historia oficial) First Latin American film to win for Best Foreign Language Film. The film was also nominated for Best Original Screenplay. 1989 Santiago, the Story of his New Life Jacobo Morales Nominated (original title: Lo que le pasó a Santiago) 1992 A Place in the World Adolfo Aristarain Nominated (original title: Un lugar en el mundo) After nominations were announced, information came to light that showed that the film was wholly produced in Argentina, and had insufficient Uruguayan artistic control. The film was declared ineligible and removed from the final ballot. 1994 Strawberry and Chocolate Tomás Gutiérrez Alea and Juan Carlos Tabío Nominated (original title: Fresa y chocolate) First and only Cuban film to be nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. 1995 O Quatrilho Fábio Barreto Nominated Second Brazilian film nominated to the award in over 30 years. 1997 Four Days in September Bruno Barreto Nominated (original title: O Que É Isso Companheiro?) 1998 Central Station Walter Salles Nominated (original title: Central do Brasil) The film was also nominated for Best Actress. Tango Carlos Saura Nominated (original title: Tango, no me dejes nunca) 2000 Love's a Bitch Alejandro González Iñárritu Nominated (original title: Amores perros) 2001 Son of the Bride Juan José Campanella Nominated (original title: El hijo de la novia) 2002 The Crime of Father Amaro Carlos Carrera Nominated (original title: El crimen del Padre Amaro) 2006 Pan's Labyrinth Guillermo del Toro Nominated (original title: El laberinto del fauno) The film was nominated for other five Academy Awards: Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Score, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography and Best Makeup, and won the last three of them. 2009 The Milk of Sorrow Claudia Llosa Nominated (original title: La teta asustada) First, and only, Peruvian Film to be nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. The Secret in Their Eyes Juan José Campanella Won (original title: El secreto de sus ojos) Second nomination for Best Foreign Language Film to a film directed by Juan José Campanella, and first to win. Second Argentine, and Latin American, film to win for Best Foreign Language Film. 2010 Biutiful Alejandro González Iñárritu Nominated Second nomination for Best Foreign Language Film to a film directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu. The film was also nominated for Best Actor. 2012 No Pablo Larraín Nominated First Chilean Film to be nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. 2014 Wild Tales Damián Szifrón Nominated (original title: Relatos Salvajes) 2015 Embrace of the Serpent Ciro Guerra Nominated (original title: El abrazo de la serpiente) First Colombian film to be nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. 2017 A Fantastic Woman Sebastián Lelio Pending (original title: Una Mujer Fantástica) Second Chilean Film to be nominated for Best Foreign Language Film.


Best Animated Feature[edit] This list focuses on animated feature directed by Latin American-born filmmakers. Best Animated Feature Year Film Country Director Status Milestone/Notes 2015 Boy and the World Alê Abreu Nominated Boy and the World is the first Latin American film to be nominated for Best Animated Feature 2017 Ferdinand Carlos Saldanha Pending


Best Live Action Short Film[edit] This list focuses on live action short films directed/produced by Latin American-born filmmakers. Best Live Action Short Film Year Film Country Name Status Milestone/Notes 1971 Sentinels of Silence Robert Amram Won (original title: Centinelas del silencio) This was the only time that a short film won the Academy Award in two categories. 1976 In the Region of Ice André Gutffreund Won Shared with director Peter Werner. 1996 De tripas, corazón Antonio Urrutia Nominated 2001 Uma História de Futebol Paulo Machline Nominated


Best Animated Short Film[edit] This list focuses on animated short films directed by Latin American-born filmmakers. Animated Short Film Year Name Country Director Status Milestone/Notes 2003 Gone Nutty Carlos Saldanha Nominated First animated short film directed by a Latin-American director to be nominated for an Academy Award. 2015 Bear Story Pato Escala Pierart and Gabriel Osorio Vargas Won First Latin American animated short film to be nominated for an Academy Award.


Best Makeup[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born makeup artists. Makeup Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 2002 Beatrice De Alba Frida Won Shared with American John Jackson 2008 Mike Elizalde Hellboy II: The Golden Army Nominated


Best Music – Original Score[edit] This list focuses on scores by Latin American-born composers. Original Score Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 1966 Luis Bacalov The Gospel According to St. Matthew Nominated (original title: Il Vangelo secondo Matteo) 1967 Lalo Schifrin Cool Hand Luke Nominated 1968 Lalo Schifrin The Fox Nominated The Academy Award category was "Best Music, Original Score for a Motion Picture (not a Musical)". 1970 Herbert W. Spencer Scrooge Nominated The Academy Award category was "Best Music, Original Song Score". Shared nomination with English-born Leslie Bricusse and Ian Fraser. 1973 Herbert W. Spencer Jesus Christ Superstar Nominated The Academy Award category was "Best Music, Scoring Original Song Score and/or Adaptation". Shared nomination with English-born Andrew Lloyd Webber and German-American André Previn. 1976 Lalo Schifrin Voyage of the Damned Nominated 1979 Lalo Schifrin The Amityville Horror Nominated 1983 Lalo Schifrin The Sting II Nominated The Academy Award category was "Best Music, Original Song Score and Its Adaptation or Best Adaptation Score". 1985 Jorge Calandrelli The Color Purple Nominated Nominated with eleven other composers. 1995 Luis Bacalov The Postman Won (original title: Il Postino). The Academy Award category was "Best Music, Original Dramatic Score". 2005 Gustavo Santaolalla Brokeback Mountain Won 2006 Gustavo Santaolalla Babel Won Fourth composer to win two years in a row.


Best Music – Original Song[edit] This list focuses on songs by Latin American-born composers and/or lyricists. Original Song Year Name Country Film Song Status Milestone/Notes 1945 Ary Barroso Brazil "Rio de Janeiro" Nominated First Brazilian and Latin-American songwriter to be nominated. Nominated with American Ned Washington. 1981 Lalo Schifrin The Competition "People Alone" Nominated First Argentinean to be nominated. Nominated with American Will Jennings. 2000 Jorge Calandrelli Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon "A Love Before Time" Nominated (original title: Wo hu cang long) Nominated with Chinese Tan Dun and American James Schamus. 2004 Jorge Drexler The Motorcycle Diaries "Al otro lado del río" Won (original title: Diarios de motocicleta) First Uruguayan to be nominated and win an Academy Award. 2011 Sergio Mendes Carlinhos Brown Rio "Real in Rio" Nominated First two Brazilian songwriters to be nominated together. Brown is the first black Latin songwriter to be nominated. Nominated with American Siedah Garrett.


Best Picture[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born producers. Picture Year Film Country Producer Status Milestone 1985 Kiss of the Spider Woman Nominated First Latin-American and Brazilian film nominated for the Best Picture. Producer David Weisman was the only Academy Award nominee, but there were many associate producers from Latin-American background 2006 Babel Alejandro González Iñárritu Nominated 2013 Gravity Alfonso Cuarón Nominated Gravity is an American-British film, produced by Mexican Alfonso Cuarón and Englishman David Heyman. 2014 Birdman Alejandro González Iñárritu Won Birdman is an American movie, produced by Mexican Alejandro González Iñárritu and Americans John Lesher and James W. Skotchdopole. 2015 The Revenant Alejandro González Iñárritu Nominated The Revenant is an American film produced by Mexican Alejandro González Iñárritu; Americans Steve Golin, Mary Parent and Keith Redmon; and Israeli Arnon Milchan. 2017 The Shape of Water Guillermo del Toro Pending The Shape of Water is an American film produced by Mexican Guillermo del Toro and American J. Miles Dale.


Best Sound or Sound Mixing[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born sound engineers. Best Sound Mixing Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 2006 Fernando Cámara Apocalypto Nominated 2012 José Antonio Garcia Argo Nominated Nominated with John Reitz and Gregg Rudloff.


Best Sound Editing[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born sond editors. Sound Editing Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 2014 Martin Hernández Birdman Nominated Nominated with Aaron Glascock. 2015 Martin Hernández The Revenant Nominated Nominated with Lon Bender


Best Visual Effects[edit] Best Visual Effects Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 1947 Paul Lerpae Unconquered Nominated Nomination shared with Farciot Edouart, Devereaux Jennings, Gordon Jennings, Wallace Kelley and George Dutton 2002 Pablo Helman Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones Nominated Nomination shared with Rob Coleman, John Knoll and Ben Snow 2005 Pablo Helman War of the Worlds Nominated Nomination shared with Randal M. Dutra, Dennis Muren and Daniel Sudick


Best Writing – Adapted Screenplay[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born screenplay writers. Adapted Screenplay Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 2003 Bráulio Mantovani City of God Nominated 2004 José Rivera The Motorcycle Diaries Nominated 2006 Alfonso Cuarón Children of Men Nominated


Best Writing – Original Screenplay[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born screenplay writers. Original Screenplay Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 1985 Aída Bortnik Luis Puenzo The Official Story (La historia oficial) Nominated 2002 Alfonso Cuarón Carlos Cuarón And Your Mother Too (Y tu mamá también) Nominated 2006 Guillermo Arriaga Babel Nominated Guillermo del Toro Pan's Labyrinth (El laberinto del fauno) Nominated 2014 Alejandro González Iñárritu Nicolás Giacobone Armando Bó Birdman Won Shared with American Alexander Dinelaris Jr. 2017 Guillermo del Toro The Shape of Water Pending Shared with Vanessa Taylor


Best Story[edit] This list focuses on Latin American-born screenplay writers. Writing-Story Year Name Country Film Status Milestone/Notes 1930/1931 Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast Laughter Nominated Nomination shared with Douglas Z. Doty and Donald Ogden Stewart, Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast was an Argentinean born French screenwriter.


Special Achievement[edit] Special Achievement Academy Award Year Name Country Film Status Milestone 2017 Alejandro González Iñárritu Flesh and Sand Recipient First Latin and Mexican to receive this award.


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