List of Winners
“Titanic,” Lightstorm Entertainment production, 20th Century Fox and Paramount; James Cameron and Jon Landau, producers.
Jack Nicholson, “As Good As It Gets.”
Helen Hunt, “As Good As It Gets.”
Robin Williams, “Good Will Hunting.”
Kim Basinger, “L.A. Confidential.”
James Cameron, “Titanic.”
Ben Affleck & Matt Damon, “Good Will Hunting.”
Brian Helgeland & Curtis Hanson, “L.A. Confidential.”
“Character,” First Floor Features production, Sony Pictures Classics (The Netherlands).
Russell Carpenter, “Titanic.”
Conrad Buff, James Cameron and Richard A. Harris, “Titanic.”
ORIGINAL MUSICAL OR COMEDY SCORE
Anne Dudley, “The Full Monty.”
ORIGINAL DRAMATIC SCORE
James Horner, “Titanic.”
“My Heart Will Go On” from “Titanic.” Music by James Horner, lyrics by Will Jennings.
Peter Lamont, art direction; Michael Ford, set decoration; “Titanic.”
Deborah L. Scott, “Titanic.”
Rick Baker and David LeRoy Anderson, “Men in Black.”
Gary Rydstrom, Tom Johnson, Gary Summers and Mark Ulano, “Titanic.”
SOUND EFFECTS EDITING
Tom Bellfort and Christopher Boyes, “Titanic.”
Robert Legato, Mark Lasoff, Thomas L. Fisher and Michael Kanfer, “Titanic.”
“Geri’s Game,” Pixar Animation Studios production; Jan Pinkava, producer.
“Visas and Virtue,” Cedar Grove production; Chris Tashima and Chris Donahue, producers.
“The Long Way Home,” Moriah Films production at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Seventh Art; Rabbi Marvin Hier and Richard Trank, producers.
DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
“A Story of Healing,” Dewey-Obenchain Films production; Donna Dewey and Carol Pasternak, producers.
Director and choreographer Stanley Donen
GORDON E. SAWYER AWARD
Don Iwerks, co-founder of Iwerks Entertainment, for accomplishments in the field of motion picture science and technology.
SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL AWARD
Gunnar P. Michelson, developer of an advanced electronic light valve for machines that strike movie print.
SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL (Previously announced)
Clark F. Crites, for development of the ELF 1-C Endless Loop Film Transport and storage system.
Dan Leimeter and Bob Weitz, for the development of a portable adjustment tool for T-style slit lens assemblies.
Greg Hermanovic, Kim Davidson, Mark Elendt and Paul Breslin, for their procedural modeling and animation compo-nents of the Prisms 3-D software package.
Jim Keating, Michael Wahrman and Richard Hollander, for work leading to development of the Wavefront Advanced Visualizer computer graphics system.
James M. Reilly, Douglas W. Nishimura and Monique C. Fisher, for creation of A-D Strips, a diagnostic tool for detecting vinegar syndrome in processed acetate-based movie film.
Philip C. Cory, for the design of the Special Effects Spark Generator.
Jim Frazier, for the concept, and Iain Neil and Rick Gelbard for development, of the Panavision/Frazier Lens System for motion picture photography.
James F. Foley, Charles Converse and F. Edward Gardner; and to Bob Stoker and Matt Sweeney for the development of Liquid Synthetic Air System, for fog effects in motion pictures.
Richard Chuang, Glenn Entis and Carl Rosendahl, for the Pacific Data Images Animation System.
James A. Cashin, Roger Hibbard and Larry Jacobson for creation of a projection system analyzer.
Eben Ostby, Bill Reeves, Sam Leffler and Tom Duff, for creation of the Marionette Three-Dimensional Computer Animation System.
Richard Shoup, Alvy Ray Smith and Thomas Porter, for development of digital paint systems.
Kirk Handley, Ray Meluch, Scott Robinson, Wilson Allen and John Neary, for the Dolby CP500 Digital Cinema Processor.
Craig Reynolds, for contributions to 3-D computer animation.
John Gibson, Rob Krieger, Milan Novacek, Glen Ozymok and Dave Springer, for development of the geometric modeling component of the Alias PowerAnimator system.
Dominique Boisvert, Rejean Gagne, Daniel Langlois and Richard Laperriere, for creation of the “Actor” animation component of the Softimage computer animation system.
Bill Kovacs and Roy Hall, for engineering efforts leading to Wavefront Visualizer computer graphics system.
Joel Johnson, for design improvement in fluid-head camera counterbalancing techniques in O’Connor Laboratories’ Model 2575.
Al Jensen, Chuck Headley, Jean Messner and Hazem Nabulsi for production of a self-contained, flicker-free Color Video-Assist camera.