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GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS

MOTION PICTURE

DRAMA

“Breaking the Waves” – Zentropa Entertainment; October Films

“The English Patient”- The Saul Zaentz Co.; Miramax Films

“The People vs. Larry Flynt” -Columbia Pictures/Phoenix Pictures; Sony Pictures Releasing

“Secrets & Lies” -Ciby 2000/Thin Man Prods./Channel Four; October Films

“Shine” – Momentum Films; New Line/Fine Line

MUSICAL OR COMEDY

“The Birdcage” -United Artists; MGM/UA Distribution Co.

“Everyone Says I Love You” – Sweetheart Productions; Miramax Films

“Evita” -Hollywood Pictures; Buena Vista Pictures Dist.

“Fargo” -Working Title; Gramercy Pictures

“Jerry Maguire” – TriStar Pictures; Sony Pictures Releasing

ACTRESS, DRAMA

Brenda Blethyn- “Secrets & Lies”

Courtney Love – “The People vs. Larry Flynt”

Meryl Streep – “Marvin’s Room”

Kristin Scott Thomas – “The English Patient”

Emily Watson – “Breaking the Waves”

ACTOR, DRAMA

Ralph Fiennes – “The English Patient”

Popular on Variety

Mel Gibson – “Ransom”

Woody Harrelson – “The People vs. Larry Flynt”

Liam Neeson – “Michael Collins”

Geoffrey Rush – “Shine”

ACTRESS, MUSICAL

OR COMEDY

Glenn Close – “101 Dalmatians”

Madonna – “Evita”

Frances McDormand – “Fargo”

Debbie Reynolds – “Mother”

Barbra Streisand – “The Mirror Has Two Faces”

ACTOR, MUSICAL

OR COMEDY

Antonio Banderas – “Evita”

Kevin Costner – “Tin Cup”

Tom Cruise – “Jerry Maguire”

Nathan Lane – “The Birdcage”

Eddie Murphy – “The Nutty Professor”

FOREIGN-LANGUAGE FILM

“The Eighth Day” (Le Huitieme Jour) – Pan-Europeenne Prods.; Gramercy Pictures (Belgium)

“Kolya” – Biograf Jan Sverak Pictures; Miramax Films (Czech Republic)

“Luna E L’altra” -Bambu; Fox Italia (Italy)

“Prisoner of the Mountains” – B.G. Prods.; Orion Pictures (Russia)

“Ridicule” -Epithete/Cinea/France 3 Cinema; Miramax Films (France)

SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Joan Allen – “The Crucible”

Lauren Bacall – “The Mirror Has Two Faces”

Juliette Binoche – “The English Patient”

Barbara Hershey – “The Portrait of a Lady”

Marianne Jean-Baptiste – “Secrets & Lies”

Marion Ross – “The Evening Star”

SUPPORTING ACTOR

Cuba Gooding Jr. – “Jerry Maguire”

Samuel L. Jackson – “A Time to Kill”

Edward Norton – “Primal Fear”

Paul Scofield -“The Crucible”

James Woods – “Ghosts of Mississippi”

DIRECTOR

Joel Coen – “Fargo”

Milos Forman – “The People vs. Larry Flynt”

Scott Hicks – “Shine”

Anthony Minghella – “The English Patient”

Alan Parker – “Evita”

SCREENPLAY

Scott Alexander & Larry Karaszewski – “The People vs. Larry Flynt”

Ethan Coen and Joel Coen – “Fargo”

Anthony Minghella – “The English Patient”

Jan Sardi – “Shine”

John Sayles – “Lone Star”

ORIGINAL SCORE

Elliot Goldenthal – “Michael Collins”

Marvin Hamlisch- “The Mirror Has Two Faces”

David Hirschfelder – “Shine”

Alan Menken- “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”

Gabriel Yared – “The English Patient”

ORIGINAL SONG

“Because You Loved Me” – “Up Close and Personal”; music and lyrics: Dianne Warren

“For the First Time” – “One Fine Day”; music and lyrics: James Newton Howard, Jud Friedman, Allan Rich

“I’ve Finally Found Someone” – “The Mirror Has Two Faces” music and lyrics: Barbra Streisand, Marvin Hamlisch R.J. Lange, Bryan Adams

“That Thing You Do!” – “That Thing You Do!”; music and lyrics: Adam Schlesinger

“You Must Love Me” — “Evita”; music: Andrew Lloyd Webber; lyrics: Tim Rice

TELEVISION

DRAMA

“Chicago Hope” – David E. Kelley Prods., 20th Century Fox TV (CBS)

“ER” – Constant c, Amblin TV, Warner Bros. TV (NBC)

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

“Party of Five” – Columbia TV, Fox (Fox)

“The X-Files” – 20th Century Fox, Ten Thirteen Prods. (Fox)

ACTRESS, DRAMA

Gillian Anderson – “The X-Files”

Christine Lahti – “Chicago Hope”

Heather Locklear – “Melrose Place”

Jane Seymour -“Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”

Sherry Stringfield – “ER”

ACTOR, DRAMA

George Clooney – “ER”

David Duchovny – “The X-Files”

Anthony Edwards – “ER”

Lance Henriksen – “Millennium”

Jimmy Smits – “NYPD Blue”

MUSICAL OR COMEDY

“3rd Rock From the Sun” – Carsey-Werner Prods. (NBC)

“Frasier” – Grub Street Prods., Paramount TV (NBC)

“Friends” -Warner Bros. TV (NBC)

“The Larry Sanders Show” – Brillstein-Grey Entertainment (HBO)

“Mad About You” – In Front Prods., Nuance Prods., TriStar TV (NBC)

“Seinfeld” -Castle Rock Entertainment (NBC)

ACTRESS, MUSICAL

OR COMEDY

Brett Butler – “Grace Under Fire”

Fran Drescher – “The Nanny”

Helen Hunt – “Mad About You”

Cybill Shepherd – “Cybill”

Brooke Shields – “Suddenly Susan”

Tracey Ullman – “Tracey Takes On…”

ACTOR, MUSICAL OR COMEDY

Tim Allen – “Home Improvement”

Michael J. Fox – “Spin City”

Kelsey Grammer – “Frasier”

John Lithgow – “3rd Rock From the Sun”

Paul Reiser – “Mad About You”

MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

“Crime of the Century” – HBO, Astoria Prods., Mark Rydell Film (HBO)

“If These Walls Could Talk – HBO NYC, Moving Pictures Prods. (HBO)

“Gotti” – HBO, Gary Lucchesi (HBO)

“Hidden in America” – Citadel Entertainment (Showtime)

“Losing Chase – Milton Justice (Showtime)

“Rasputin” – HBO, Rysher, Citadel Entertainment Prods. (HBO )

ACTRESS, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

Ashley Judd – “Norma Jean & Marilyn”

Helen Mirren – “Losing Chase”

Demi Moore – “If These Walls Could Talk”

Isabella Rossellini – “Crime of the Century”

Mira Sorvino – “Norma Jean & Marilyn”

ACTOR, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

Armand Assante – “Gotti”

Beau Bridges – “Losing Chase”

Stephen Rea – “Crime of the Century”

Alan Rickman – “Rasputin”

James Woods – “The Summer of Ben Tyler”

SUPPORTING ACTRESS, SERIES, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

Christine Baranski – “Cybill”

Kathy Bates – “The Late Shift”

Cher – “If These Walls Could Talk”

Kristen Johnston – “3rd Rock From the Sun”

Greta Scacchi – “Rasputin”

SUPPORTING ACTOR, SERIES, MINISERIES OR TELEFILM

Ian Mckellen – “Rasputin”

David Paymer – “Crime of the Century”

David Hyde Pierce – “Frasier”

Anthony Quinn – “Gotti”

Noah Wyle – “ER”

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