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The 66th Academy Awards were presented March 21, 1994 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilionmarker, Los Angelesmarker. The show was landmark in that it featured a female African American host for the first time, Whoopi Goldberg, and represented a direct contrast in edgy style from Billy Crystal who had hosted the show the previous four years.

This show also featured the first Oscar performances by Janet Jackson, Neil Young, and Bruce Springsteen, who won the best song award for "Streets of Philadelphia."

Schindler's List dominated the evening winning seven Oscars out of its nine nominations, including Best Picture.

Another big winner was The Piano, which received eight nominations and won three awards. Anna Paquin's win, at age 11, made her the second youngest winner in Oscar history, the youngest being Tatum O'Neal, who won the award at age 10.

Jane Campion became only the second woman in history to be nominated for Best Director. Although she did not win, she received the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. This would later be duplicated in 2004 by Sofia Coppola.

Winners & Nominees

Best Picture

Schindler's List

Best Actor in a Leading Role

Philadelphia - Tom Hanks



Best Actress in a Leading Role

The Piano - Holly Hunter

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

The Fugitive - Tommy Lee Jones

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

The Piano - Anna Paquin

Best Director

Schindler's List - Steven Spielberg

Best Original Screenplay

The Piano - Jane Campion

Best Adapted Screenplay

Schindler's List - Steven Zaillian

Best Cinematography

Schindler's List - Janusz Kaminski

Best Art Direction-Set Decoration

Schindler's List - Ewa Braun and Allan Starski

Best Costume Design

The Age of Innocence - Gabriella Pescucci

Best Sound

Jurassic Park - Gary Rydstrom , Gary Summers , Ron Judkins and Shawn Murphy

Best Film Editing

Schindler's List - Michael Kahn

Best Sound Effects Editing

Jurassic Park - Gary Rydstrom

Best Visual Effects

Jurassic Park - Stan Winston, Dennis Muren, Phil Tippett and Michael Lantieri

Best Makeup

Mrs. Doubtfire - Ve Neill , Yolanda Toussieng and Greg Cannom

Best Music, Original Song

Streets of Philadelphia - Philadelphiamarker - Bruce Springsteen

Best Music, Original Score

Schindler's List - John Williams

Best Short Film, Animated

Wallace & Gromit in The Wrong Trousers - Nick Park

Best Short Film, Live Action

Schwarzfahrer - Pepe Danquart

Best Documentary, Short Subjects

Defending Our Lives

Best Documentary, Features

I Am a Promise: The Children of Stanton Elementary School

Best Foreign Language Film

Belle Epoque

Honorary Award

Deborah Kerr

Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award

Paul Newman


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