Oscar-Nominated Films: November 18th

I Want to Live! (31st ceremony, 1958)
Director – Robert Wise
Actress – Susan Hayward
Adapted Screenplay
Cinematography (b/w)
Editing
Sound

Mardi Gras (31st ceremony, 1958)
Score (musical)

Ben-Hur (32nd ceremony, 1959)
Picture
Director – William Wyler
Actor – Charlton Heston
Supporting Actor – Hugh Griffith
Adapted Screenplay
Cinematography (color)
Editing
Art Direction (color)
Costume Design (color)
Score (drama/comedy)
Sound
Special Effects

A Woman Under the Influence (47th ceremony, 1974)
Director – John Cassavetes
Actress – Gena Rowlands

The Turning Point (50th ceremony, 1977)
Picture
Director – Herbert Ross
Actress – Anne Bancroft
Actress – Shirley MacLaine
Supporting Actor – Mikhail Baryshnikov
Supporting Actress – Leslie Browne
Original Screenplay
Cinematography
Editing
Art Direction
Sound

Yentl (56th ceremony, 1983)
Supporting Actress – Amy Irving
Art Direction
Score (song score/adaptation)
Song – “Papa, Can You Hear Me?”
Song – “The Way He Makes Me Feel”

“Papa Can You Hear Me?”
“The Way He Makes Me Feel”

Hope and Glory (60th ceremony, 1987)
Picture
Director – John Boorman
Original Screenplay
Cinematography
Art Direction

Malcolm X (65th ceremony, 1992)
Actor – Denzel Washington
Costume Design

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (78th ceremony, 2005)
Art Direction

Walk the Line (78th ceremony, 2005)
Actor – Joaquin Phoenix
Actress – Reese Witherspoon
Editing
Costume Design
Sound Mixing

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (89th ceremony, 2016)
Production Design
Costume Design

Manchester by the Sea (89th ceremony, 2016)
Picture
Director – Kenneth Lonergan
Actor – Casey Affleck
Supporting Actor – Lucas Hedges
Supporting Actress – Michelle Williams
Original Screenplay

Nocturnal Animals (89th ceremony, 2016)
Supporting Actor – Michael Shannon

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