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Golden Globe nominations

MOTION PICTURES

DRAMA

“The Age of Innocence”– Columbia Pictures (Columbia Pictures)

“In the Name of the Father”– Jim Sheridan Prods. (Universal Pictures)

“The Piano”– Jan Chapman Prods. (Miramax Films)

“The Remains of the Day”– Merchant Ivory Prods. (Columbia)

“Schindler’s List”– Universal/Amblin Entertainment (Universal)

ACTRESS, DRAMA

Juliette Binoche –“Blue”

Holly Hunter –“The Piano”

Michelle Pfeiffer –“The Age of Innocence”

Emma Thompson –“The Remains of the Day”

Debra Winger –“A Dangerous Woman”

ACTOR, DRAMA

Harrison Ford –“The Fugitive”

Tom Hanks –“Philadelphia”

Anthony Hopkins –“The Remains of the Day”

Daniel Day-Lewis –“In the Name of the Father”

Liam Neeson –“Schindler’s List”

MUSICAL OR COMEDY

“Dave”– Warner Bros. (Warner Bros.)

“Mrs. Doubtfire”– 20th Century Fox (Fox)

“Much Ado About Nothing”– Renaissance Films (Samuel Goldwyn Co.)

“Sleepless in Seattle”– TriStar Pictures (TriStar)

“Strictly Ballroom”– Miramax Films (Miramax)

ACTRESS, MUSICAL OR COMEDY

Angela Bassett –“What’s Love Got To Do With It”

Stockard Channing –“Six Degrees of Separation”

Anjelica Huston –“Addams Family Values”

Diane Keaton –“Manhattan Murder Mystery”

Meg Ryan –“Sleepless in Seattle”

ACTOR, MUSICAL OR COMEDY

Johnny Depp –“Benny & Joon”

Tom Hanks –“Sleepless in Seattle”

Kevin Kline –“Dave”

Colm Meaney –“The Snapper”

Robin Williams –“Mrs. Doubtfire”

FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM

“Blue”– Marin Karmitz MK 2 (Miramax), Poland

“Farewell My Concubine”– Miramax, Hong Kong

“Flight of the Innocent”– Critaldi/Fandango (MGM/UA),Italy

“Justice” (Justiz) — GFF Munich/Luna Film AG, Germany

“The Wedding Banquet”– Good Machine (Samuel Goldwyn Co.), Taiwan

SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Penelope Ann Miller –“Carlito’s Way”

Anna Paquin –“The Piano”

Rosie Perez –“Fearless”

Winona Ryder –“The Age of Innocence”

Emma Thompson –“In the Name of the Father”

SUPPORTING ACTOR

Leonardo DiCaprio –“What’s Eating Gilbert Grape”

Ralph Fiennes –“Schindler’s List”

Tommy Lee Jones –“The Fugitive”

John Malkovich –“In the Line of Fire”

Sean Penn –“Carlito’s Way”

DIRECTOR

Jane Campion –“The Piano”

Andrew Davis –“The Fugitive”

James Ivory –“The Remains of the Day”

Martin Scorsese –“The Age of Innocence”

Steven Spielberg –“Schindler’s List”

SCREENPLAY

Robert Altman & Frank Barhydt –“Short Cuts”

Jane Campion –“The Piano”

Ruth Prawer Jhabvala –“The Remains of the Day”

Ron Nyswaner –“Philadelphia”

Steven Zaillian –“Schindler’s List”

ORIGINAL SCORE

Danny Elfman –“The Nightmare Before Christmas”

Kitaro –“Heaven and Earth”

Michael Nyman –“The Piano”

Zbigniew Preisner –“Blue”

John Williams –“Schindler’s List”

ORIGINAL SONG

“Again,””Poetic Justice”– music and lyrics, Janet Jackson, James Harris III and Terry Lewis

“The Day I Fall in Love,””Beethoven’s 2nd”– music and lyrics, Carole Bayer Sager, James Ingram and Clif Magness

“Stay,””Faraway, So Close”– music, U2; lyrics, Bono

“Streets of Philadelphia,””Philadelphia”– music and lyrics, Bruce Springsteen

“(You Made Me the) Thief of Your Heart,””In the Name of the Father”– music and lyrics, Bono, Gavin Friday and Maurice Seezer

TELEVISION

SERIES, DRAMA

“Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”– Sullivan/CBS Entertainment Prods. (CBS)

“Law & Order”– Wolf Films/Universal TV (NBC)

“Northern Exposure”– Finnegan Pinchuk/Brand Falsey Prods. (CBS)

“NYPD Blue”– Steven Bochco Prods. (ABC)

“Picket Fences”– Twentieth Television (CBS)

“The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles”– Lucasfilm Ltd. (ABC)

ACTRESS, SERIES, DRAMA

Kathy Baker –“Picket Fences”

Heather Locklear –“Melrose Place”

Jane Seymour –“Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”

Janine Turner –“Northern Exposure”

Sela Ward –“Sisters”

ACTOR, SERIES, DRAMA

David Caruso –“NYPD Blue”

Michael Moriarty –“Law & Order”

Rob Morrow –“Northern Exposure”

Carroll O’Connor –“In the Heat of the Night”

Tom Skerritt –“Picket Fences”

SERIES, MUSICAL OR COMEDY

“Coach”– Bungalow 78 Prods./Universal Television (ABC)

“Frasier”– Grub Street (NBC)

“Home Improvement”– Wind Dancer Prods./Touchstone Television (ABC)

“Roseanne”– The Carsey-Werner Co. (ABC)

“Seinfeld”– Castle Rock Entertainment (NBC)

ACTRESS, SERIES,

MUSICAL OR COMEDY

Roseanne Arnold –“Roseanne”

Candice Bergen –“Murphy Brown”

Helen Hunt –“Mad About You”

Patricia Richardson –“Home Improvement”

Katey Sagal –“Married … With Children”

ACTOR, SERIES, MUSICAL OR COMEDY

Tim Allen –“Home Improvement”

Kelsey Grammer –“Frasier”

Craig T. Nelson –“Coach”

Jerry Seinfeld –“Seinfeld”

Will Smith –“Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”

MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

“And the Band Played On”– HBO Pictures (HBO)

“Barbarians at the Gate”– Rastar/HBO/Columbia (HBO)

“Columbo: It’s All in the Game”– Universal Television (ABC)

“Gypsy”– RHI Entertainment (CBS)

“Heidi”– Harmony Gold/McCutchen/Berlusconi (Disney Channel)

ACTRESS, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

Helena Bonham Carter –“Fatal Deception: Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald”

Faye Dunaway –“Columbo: It’s All in the Game”

Holly Hunter –“The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom”

Anjelica Huston –“Family Pictures”

Bette Midler –“Gypsy”

ACTOR, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

Peter Falk –“Columbo: It’s All in the Game”

James Garner –“Barbarians at the Gate”

Jack Lemmon –“A Life in the Theatre”

Matthew Modine –“And the Band Played On”

Peter Strauss –“Men Don’t Tell”

SUPPORTING ACTRESS,

SERIES, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

Julia Louis-Dreyfus –“Seinfeld”

Cynthia Gibb –“Gypsy”

Ann-Margret –“Alex Haley’s Queen”

Cecilia Peck –“The Portrait”

Theresa Saldana –“The Commish”

SUPPORTING ACTOR,

SERIES, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

Jason Alexander –“Seinfeld”

Beau Bridges –“The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom”

Dennis Franz –“NYPD Blue”

John Mahoney –“Frasier”

Jonathan Pryce –“Barbarians at the Gate”

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