57th Academy Awards

57TH ACADEMY AWARDS
March 25, 1985
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
Hosted by Jack Lemmon

BEST PICTURE
“Amadeus”
“The Killing Fields”
“A Passage to India”
“Places in the Heart”
“A Soldier’s Story”

BEST DIRECTOR
Woody Allen – “Broadway Danny Rose”
Robert Benton – “Places in the Heart”
Miloš Forman – “Amadeus”
Roland Joffe – “The Killing Fields”
David Lean – “A Passage to India”

BEST ACTOR
F. Murray Abraham – “Amadeus’ as Antonio Salieri
Jeff Bridges – “Starman”
Albert Finney – “Under the Volcano”
Tom Hulce – “Amadeus”
Sam Waterston – “The Killing Fields”

BEST ACTRESS
Judy Davis – “A Passage to India”
Sally Field – “Places in the Heart”
Jessica Lange – “Country”
Vanessa Redgrave – “The Bostonians”
Sissy Spacek – “The River”

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
Adolph Caesar – “A Soldier’s Story”
John Malkovich – “Places in the Heart”
Noriyuki Pat Morita – “The Karate Kid”
Haing S. Ngor – “The Killing Fields”
Ralph Richardson – “Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes”

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Peggy Ashcroft – “A Passage to India”
Glenn Close – “The Natural”
Lindsay Crouse – “Places in the Heart”
Christine Lahti – “Swing Shift”
Geraldine Page – “The Pope of Greenwich Village”

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
“Beverly Hills Cop” – Danilo Bach and Daniel Petrie, Jr.
“Broadway Danny Rose” – Woody Allen
“The North” – Gregory Nava and Anna Thomas
“Places in the Heart” – Robert Benton
“Splash” – Brian Grazer, Lowell Ganz, Babaloo Mandel and Bruce Jay Friedman

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
“Amadeus” – Peter Shaffer
“Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes” – P.H. Vazak and Michael Austin
“The Killing Fields” – Bruce Robinson
“A Passage to India” – David Lean
“A Soldier’s Story” – Charles Fuller

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FEATURE
“Beyond the Walls” (Israel)
“Camila” (Argentina)
“Dangerous Moves” (Switzerland)
“Double Feature” (Spain)
“Wartime Romance” (USSR)

BEST DOCUMENTARY – FEATURE
“High Schools”
“In the Name of the People”
“Marlene”
“Streetwise”
“The Times of Harvey Milk”

BEST DOCUMENTARY – SHORT SUBJECT
“The Children of Soong Ching Ling”
“Code Gray: Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing”
“The Garden of Eden”
“Recollections of Pavlovsk”
“The Stone Carvers”

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT
“The Painted Door”
“Tales of Meeting and Parting”
“Up”

BEST ANIMATED SHORT
“Charade”
“Doctor De Soto”
“Paradise”

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE
“Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” – John Williams
“The Natural” – Randy Newman
“A Passage to India” – Maurice Jarre
“The River” – John Williams
“Under the Volcano” – Alex North

BEST ORIGINAL SONG SCORE
“The Muppets Take Manhattan” – Jeff Moss
“Purple Rain” – Prince
“Songwriter” – Kris Kristofferson

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
“Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)” from “Against All Odds” – Phil Collins
“Footloose” from “Footloose” – Kenny Loggins and Dean Pitchford
“Ghostbusters” from “Ghost Busters” – Ray Parker, Jr.
“I Just Called to Say I Love You” from “The Woman in Red” – Stevie Wonder
“Let’s Hear It for the Boy” from “Footloose” – Dean Pitchford and Tom Snow

BEST SOUND MIXING
“2010”
“Amadeus”
“Dune”
“A Passage to India”
“The River”

BEST ART DIRECTION
“2010” – Albert Brenner and Rick Simpson
“Amadeus” – Patrizia von Brandenstein and Karel Černý
“The Cotton Club” – Richard Sylbert, George Gaines, and Les Bloom
“The Natural” – Angelo Graham, Mel Bourne, James J. Murakam, Speed Hopkins, and Bruce Weintraub
“A Passage to India” – John Box, Leslie Tomkins, and Hugh Scaife

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
“Amadeus” – Miroslav Ondricek
“The Killing Fields” – Chris Menges
“The Natural” – Caleb Deschanel
“A Passage to India” – Ernest Day
“The River” – Vilmos Zsigmond

BEST MAKEUP
“2010” – Michael Westmore
“Amadeus” – Dick Smith and Paul LeBlanc
“Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes” – Rick Baker and Paul Engelen

BEST COSTUME DESIGN
“2010” – Patricia Norris
“Amadeus” – Theodor Pistek
“The Bostonians” – Jenny Beavan and John Bright
“A Passage to India” – Judy Moorcroft
“Places in the Heart” – Ann Roth

BEST FILM EDITING
“Amadeus” – Nena Danevic and Michael Chandler
“The Cotton Club” – Barry Malkin and Robert Q. Lovett
“The Killing Fields” – Jim Clark
“A Passage to India” – David Lean
“Romancing the Stone” – Donn Cambern and Frank Morriss

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
“2010”
“Ghost Busters”
“Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”
  1. “2010”
  2. “Against All Odds”
  3. “Amadeus”
  4. “Beverly Hills Cop”
  5. “The Bostonians”
  6. “Broadway Danny Rose”
  7. “The Cotton Club”
  8. “Country”
  9. “Dune”
  10. “Footloose”
  11. “Ghostbusters”
  12. “Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes”
  13. “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”
  14. “The Karate Kid”
  15. “The Killing Fields”
  16. “The Muppets Take Manhattan”
  17. “The Natural”
  18. “The North”
  19. “A Passage to India”
  20. “Places in the Heart”
  21. “The Pope of Greenwich Village”
  22. “Purple Rain”
  23. “The River”
  24. “Romancing the Stone”
  25. “A Soldier’s Story”
  26. “Songwriter”
  27. “Splash”
  28. “Starman”
  29. “Swing Shift”
  30. “Under the Volcano”
  31. “The Woman in Red”

FOREIGN

  1. “Beyond the Walls” (Israel)
  2. “Camila” (Argentina)
  3. “Dangerous Moves” (Switzerland)
  4. “Double Feature” (Spain)
  5. “Wartime Romance” (USSR)

DOCUMENTARY

  1. “High Schools”
  2. “In the Name of the People”
  3. “Marlene”
  4. “Streetwise”
  5. “The Times of Harvey Milk”

SHORT FILMS

  1. “Charade”
  2. “The Children of Soong Ching Ling”
  3. “Code Gray: Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing”
  4. “Doctor De Soto”
  5. “The Garden of Eden”
  6. “The Painted Door”
  7. “Paradise”
  8. “Recollections of Pavlovsk”
  9. “The Stone Carvers”
  10. “Tales of Meeting and Parting”
  11. “Up”

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