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Complete List Of Winners

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Comedian Jon Stewart, host of the 80th Academy Awards telecast, is shown holding an actual Oscar statue in this undated publicity photograph. This will mark Stewart's second stint as an Oscar host. The Academy Awards will be presented in Hollywood February 24, 2008.
Photo by Bob D'Amico
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Complete List of Winners

Academy Awards

Complete list of winners at the 80th annual Academy Awards, presented Sunday night at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles:

  1. Best Picture: "No Country for Old Men"

  2. Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, "There Will Be Blood"

  3. Actress: Marion Cotillard, "La Vie en Rose"

  4. Supporting Actor: Javier Bardem, "No Country for Old Men";

  5. Supporting Actress: Tilda Swinton, "Michael Clayton"

  6. Director: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, "No Country for Old Men"

  7. Foreign Language Film: "The Counterfeiters," Austria

  8. Adapted Screenplay: Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, "No Country for Old Men"

  9. Original Screenplay: Diablo Cody, "Juno"

 10. Animated Feature Film: "Ratatouille"

 11. Art Direction: "Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street"

 12. Cinematography: "There Will Be Blood"

 13. Sound Mixing: "The Bourne Ultimatum"

 14. Sound Editing: "The Bourne Ultimatum"

 15. Original Score: "Atonement," Dario Marianelli

 16. Original Song: "Falling Slowly" from "Once," Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova

 17. Costume: "Elizabeth: The Golden Age"

 18. Documentary Feature: "Taxi to the Dark Side"

 19. Documentary (short subject): "Freeheld"

 20. Film Editing: "The Bourne Ultimatum"

 21. Makeup: "La Vie en Rose"

 22. Animated Short Film: "Peter & the Wolf"

 23. Live Action Short Film: " "Le Mozart des Pickpockets (The Mozart of Pickpockets)"

 24. Visual Effects: "The Golden Compass"


 HONORARY AWARD (Oscar statuette): Robert Boyle


Complete List of 80th annual Oscar Winners

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British actor Daniel Day-Lewis, nominated for best actor in a leading role for the film "There Will Be Blood", talks with his wife Rebecca Miller on the red carpet at the 80th annual Academy Awards, the Oscars, in Hollywood February 24, 2008.
Photo by Carlos Barria
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Javier Bardem (R), Oscar nominee for performance by an actor in a supporting role for the film "No Country for Old Men," arrives with his mother Pilar Bardem at the 80th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood February 24, 2008.
Photo by Lucas Jackson
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Best original screenplay Oscar nominee for the film "Juno," Diablo Cody, arrives at the 80th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, February 24, 2008.
Photo by Mario Anzuoni
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Viggo Mortensen, right, nominated for an Oscar for best actor in a leading role for his work in 'Eastern Promises,' and his niece, Sydney, arrive for the 80th Academy Awards Sunday, Feb. 24, 2008, in Los Angeles.
Photo by Kevork Djansezian
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George Clooney, left, and Sarah Larson are interviewed by Regis Philbin, right, as they arrive for the 80th Academy Awards Sunday, Feb. 24, 2008, in Los Angeles.
Photo by Chris Carlson
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Actress Faye Dunaway and entertainer Sean Combs arrive at the 80th annual Academy Awards, the Oscars, in Hollywood February 24, 2008.
Photo by Mario Anzuoni
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Johnny Depp, nominated for an Oscar for best actor in a leading role for his work in 'Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,' arrives with his girlfriend Vanessa Paradis for the 80th Academy Awards Sunday, Feb. 24, 2008, in Los Angeles.
Photo by Amy Sancetta
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Screenwriter Sarah Polley, left, an Oscar nominee for best adapted screenplay for his work on 'Away from Her,' and British actress Julie Christie, nominated for an Oscar for best actress in a leading role for her work in 'Away from Her,' arrive for the 80th Academy Awards Sunday, Feb. 24, 2008, in Los Angeles.
Photo by Chris Pizzello
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British actress Tilda Swinton, winner for an Oscar for best actress in a supporting role for her work in 'Michael Clayton,' Sunday in Los Angeles.
Photo by Kevork Djansezian
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French actress Marion Cotillard, nominated for an Oscar for best actress in a leading role for her work in 'La Vie en Rose,' arrives for the 80th Academy Awards Sunday, Feb. 24, 2008, in Los Angeles.
Photo by Kevork Djansezian
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Marketa Irglova, left, and Glen Hansard, nominees for best original song for 'Falling Slowly' from the film 'Once' arrive at the 80th Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, Sunday, Feb. 24, 2008.
Photo by Chris Pizzello
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Brad Bird accepts the Oscar for best animated feature film for 'Ratatouille' at the 80th Academy Awards Sunday, Feb. 24, 2008, in Los Angeles.
Photo by Mark J. Terrill
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Honorary Oscar award winner Robert Boyle poses with his statuette backstage at the 80th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, February 24, 2008.
Photo by Mike Blake
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Alex Gibney and Eva Orner accept the Oscar for best documentary feature for "Taxi to the Dark Side" during the 80th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, February 24, 2008.
Photo by Gary Hershorn
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Ethan (L) and Joel Cohen (C) accept the Oscar for best directing for "No Country For Old Men" from director Martin Scorsese during the 80th annual Academy Awards, the Oscars, in Hollywood February 24, 2008.
Photo by Gary Hershorn
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Actress Jessica Alba poses at the Scientific and Technical Awards, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Saturday night, Feb. 9, 2008, in Beverly Hills, Calif. The awards are given for devices, methods, formulas, discoveries or inventions of special and outstanding value to the arts and sciences of motion pictures.
Photo by Mark J. Terrill
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Jessica Alba Wows Geeks

Scientific and Technical Awards

At the first Academy Award presentations of the year, 20 computer geeks graciously accepted honors for their work on particle flow simulation technology stuff that makes water scenes in the movies look more realistic.

With an end to the writers strike in sight, and the prospect of a reassuringly stylish Oscars ceremony on the minds of most everyone in the industry, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts kept its Scientific and Technical Awards dinner Saturday night as charmingly unglamorous as ever. A magician provided the pre-meal entertainment, Jessica Alba showed up to present the awards and be gawked at and nerddom was held up as something to celebrate.

"Fluid effects rock and all of us who work in fluids know this," one honoree, Nafees Bin Zafar, said earnestly.

With all the writing for the show done by an Academy administrator who isn't part of the Writers Guild, picket lines were nowhere to be seen. And though the three-month walkout by Hollywood writers wasn't mentioned once by awards winners, Academy President Sid Ganis was giddy before the meal over prospects for a settlement over the weekend and a green light for a full-fledged Oscar ceremony Feb. 24.

Alba was visibly pregnant in a frilly gray dress as she nimbly picked her way through a script laden with difficult technical references like "semi-Lagrangian" (it's a mathematical process used in special-effects software that simulates gas clouds).

"For a computer geek like me, it's really sexy to hear Jessica talk about stable, semi-Lagrangian fluid flows," quipped Duncan Brinsmead of Autodesk, a developer of the tools for visual effects.

"They said I got 60 seconds so I might just spend the last 15 realizing I'm 10 feet away from the most beautiful woman on the planet," said Ron Fedkiw, a Stanford University associate professor and consultant to Industrial Light and Magic on fluid simulation. "And no restraining order this time."

Other winners were more demure. Honored for the invention of pint-sized fog machines, Jorg Pohler remained silent as if playing Penn to Rudiger Kleinke's Teller. While Kleinke read an acceptance speech, Pohler smiled sublimely as puffs of smoke wafted up from inside his tuxedo.

Screens at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel ballroom displayed clips of movies that used the honored technologies, including "Happy Feet," "Poseidon" and "Transformers." The only face from more well-known Oscar categories to make an appearance was supporting actor nominee Javier Bardem in a clip of "No Country for Old Men."

Makeup artist Christien Tinsley developed the "Tinsley Transfer" process of self-adhesive markings that made Bardem's face appear bloody and beaten in the film.

Most winners received certificates, plaques or a medallion; only two actual Oscars were handed out. The Eastman Kodak Company received a statuette for its widely used Vision2 color negative films, and David Grafton got one for his engineering of lenses used to create special effects in films including "Ghostbusters" and "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back."

Scientific and Technical Awards

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Award recipients (L to R) Sebastian Cramer and Andreas Dasser from Germany arrive at the Scientific and Technical Academy Awards Ceremony in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2008. Cramer and Dasser received a Technical Achievement Award for the invention and mechanical design of Skater Dolly and its family of products.
Photo by Hector Mata
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Award recipients (L to R) Nick Rasmussen, Ron Fedkiw and Frank Losasso arrive at the Scientific and Technical Academy Awards Ceremony in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2008. Losasso, Fedkiw and Rasmussen received a Technical Achievement Award for the development of the Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) fluid simulation system.
Photo by Hector Mata
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Award recipients (L to R) Victor Gonzalez, Ignacio Vargas and Angel Tena from Spain arrive at the Scientific and Technical Academy Awards Ceremony in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2008. The three Spaniards received a Technical Achievement Award for the creation of the RealFlow software application.
Photo by Hector Mata
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Award recipient Duncan Brinsmead arrives at the Scientific and Technical Academy Awards Ceremony in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2008. Brinsmead received a Technical Achievement Award for the design and implementation of the Maya Fluid Effect System.
Photo by Hector Mata
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Award recipient Christien Tinsley arrives at the Scientific and Technical Academy Awards Ceremony in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2008. Tinsley received a Technical Achievement Award for the creation of the transfer techniques for creating and applying 2D and 3D make-up.
Photo by Hector Mata
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Award recipient David Grafton from England arrives at the Scientific and Technical Academy Awards Ceremony in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2008. Grafton received the Gordon E. Sawyer Award and an Oscar Statuette for his design of lenses for optical effect printers.
Photo by Hector Mata
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Award recipients (L to R) David Inglish, David Grafton and Richard Edlund arrive at the Scientific and Technical Academy Awards Ceremony in Beverly Hills, California, February 9, 2008. Inglish received the John Bonner Medal of Commendation and Grafton received the Gordon Sawyer Award and an Oscar Statuette for his technological contribution to the industry.
Photo by Hector Mata
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Complete List of Nominations

Academy Awards

Complete list of 80th annual Academy Award nominations announced Tuesday:

  1. Best Picture: "Atonement," "Juno," "Michael Clayton," "No Country for Old Men," "There Will Be Blood."

  2. Actor: George Clooney, "Michael Clayton"; Daniel Day-Lewis, "There Will Be Blood"; Johnny Depp, "Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street"; Tommy Lee Jones, "In the Valley of Elah"; Viggo Mortensen, "Eastern Promises."

  3. Actress: Cate Blanchett, "Elizabeth: The Golden Age"; Julie Christie, "Away From Her"; Marion Cotillard, "La Vie en Rose"; Laura Linney, "The Savages"; Ellen Page, "Juno."

  4. Supporting Actor: Casey Affleck, "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford"; Javier Bardem, "No Country for Old Men"; Hal Holbrook, "Into the Wild"; Philip Seymour Hoffman, "Charlie Wilson's War"; Tom Wilkinson, "Michael Clayton."

  5. Supporting Actress: Cate Blanchett, "I'm Not There"; Ruby Dee, "American Gangster"; Saoirse Ronan, "Atonement"; Amy Ryan, "Gone Baby Gone"; Tilda Swinton, "Michael Clayton."

  6. Director: Julian Schnabel, "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly"; Jason Reitman, "Juno"; Tony Gilroy, "Michael Clayton"; Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, "No Country for Old Men"; Paul Thomas Anderson, "There Will Be Blood."

  7. Foreign Language Film: "Beaufort," Israel; "The Counterfeiters," Austria; "Katyn," Poland; "Mongol," Kazakhstan; "12," Russia.

  8. Adapted Screenplay: Christopher Hampton, "Atonement"; Sarah Polley, "Away from Her"; Ronald Harwood, "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly"; Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, "No Country for Old Men"; Paul Thomas Anderson, "There Will Be Blood."

  9. Original Screenplay: Diablo Cody, "Juno"; Nancy Oliver, "Lars and the Real Girl"; Tony Gilroy, "Michael Clayton"; Brad Bird, Jan Pinkava and Jim Capobianco, "Ratatouille"; Tamara Jenkins, "The Savages."

 10. Animated Feature Film: "Persepolis"; "Ratatouille"; "Surf's Up."

 11. Art Direction: "American Gangster," "Atonement," "The Golden Compass," "Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street," "There Will Be Blood."

 12. Cinematography: "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford," "Atonement," "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," "No Country for Old Men," "There Will Be Blood."

 13. Sound Mixing: "The Bourne Ultimatum," "No Country for Old Men," "Ratatouille," "3:10 to Yuma," "Transformers."

 14. Sound Editing: "The Bourne Ultimatum," "No Country for Old Men," "Ratatouille," "There Will Be Blood," "Transformers."

 15. Original Score: "Atonement," Dario Marianelli; "The Kite Runner," Alberto Iglesias; "Michael Clayton," James Newton Howard; "Ratatouille," Michael Giacchino; "3:10 to Yuma," Marco Beltrami.

 16. Original Song: "Falling Slowly" from "Once," Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova; "Happy Working Song" from "Enchanted," Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz; "Raise It Up" from "August Rush," Nominees to be determined; "So Close" from "Enchanted," Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz; "That's How You Know" from "Enchanted," Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz.

 17. Costume: "Across the Universe," "Atonement," "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," "La Vie en Rose," "Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street."

 18. Documentary Feature: "No End in Sight," "Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience," "Sicko," "Taxi to the Dark Side," "War/Dance."

 19. Documentary (short subject): "Freeheld," "La Corona (The Crown)," "Salim Baba," "Sari's Mother."

 20. Film Editing: "The Bourne Ultimatum," "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," "Into the Wild," "No Country for Old Men," "There Will Be Blood."

 21. Makeup: "La Vie en Rose," "Norbit," "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End."

 22. Animated Short Film: "I Met the Walrus," "Madame Tutli-Putli," "Meme Les Pigeons Vont au Paradis (Even Pigeons Go to Heaven)," "My Love (Moya Lyubov)," "Peter & the Wolf."

 23. Live Action Short Film: "At Night," "Il Supplente (The Substitute)," "Le Mozart des Pickpockets (The Mozart of Pickpockets)," "Tanghi Argentini," "The Tonto Woman."

 24. Visual Effects: "The Golden Compass," "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End," "Transformers."


 HONORARY AWARD (Oscar statuette): Robert Boyle



List of 80th annual Oscar nominees

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