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  1989 Oscar Nominees

Picture: "Born on the Fourth of July"; "Dead Poets Society"; "Driving Miss Daisy"; "Field of Dreams"; "My Left Foot."

Actor: Kenneth Branagh, "Henry V"; Tom Cruise, "Born on the Fourth of July"; Daniel Day-Lewis, "My Left Foot"; Morgan Freeman, "Driving Miss Daisy"; Robin Williams, "Dead Poets Society."

Actress: Isabelle Adjani, "Camille Claudel"; Pauline Collins,"Shirley Valentine"; Jessica Lange, "Music Box"; Michelle Pfeiffer, "The Fabulous Baker Boys"; Jessica Tandy, "Driving Miss Daisy."

Supporting Actor: Danny Aiello, "Do the Right Thing"; Dan Aykroyd, "Driving Miss Daisy"; Marlon Brando, "A Dry White Season"; Martin Landau, "Crimes and Misdemeanors"; Denzel Washington, "Glory."

Supporting Actress: Brenda Fricker, "My Left Foot"; Anjelica Huston, "Enemies, a Love Story"; Lena Olin, "Enemies, a Love Story"; Julia Roberts, "Steel Magnolias"; Dianne Wiest, "Parenthood."

Director: Oliver Stone, "Born on the Fourth of July"; Woody Allen, "Crimes and Misdemeanors"; Peter Weir, "Dead Poets Society"; Kenneth Branagh, "Henry V"; Jim Sheridan, "My Left Foot."

Original Screenplay: Woody Allen, "Crimes and Misdemeanors"; Tom Schulman, "Dead Poets Society"; Spike Lee, "Do the Right Thing"; Steven Soderbergh, "sex, lies, and videotape"; Nora Ephron, "When Harry Met Sally ..."

Adapted Screenplay: Oliver Stone and Ron Kovic, "Born on the Fourth of July"; Alfred Uhry, "Driving Miss Daisy"; Roger L. Simon and Paul Mazursky, "Enemies, a Love Story"; Phil Alden Robinson, "Field of Dreams"; Jim Sheridan and Shane Connaughton, "My Left Foot."

Best Foreign Film: "Camille Claudel," France; "Cinema Paradiso," Italy; "Jesus of Montreal," Canada; "Santiago, the Story of His New Life," Puerto Rico; "Waltzing Regitze," Denmark.

Art Direction: "The Abyss"; "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen"; "Batman"; "Driving Miss Daisy"; "Glory."

Cinematography: "The Abyss"; "Blaze"; "Born on the Fourth of July"; "The Fabulous Baker Boys"; "Glory."

Costume Design: "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen;" "Driving Miss Daisy;" "Harlem Nights;" "Henry V;" "Valmont."

Documentary Feature: "Adam Clayton Powell"; "Common Threads: Stories From the Quilt"; "Crack USA: Country Under Siege"; "For All Mankind"; "Super Chief: The Life and Legacy of Earl Warren."

Documentary Short Subject: "Fine Food, Fine Pastries, Open 6 to 9"; "The Johnstown Flood"; "Yad Vashem: Preserving the Past to Ensure the Future."

Film Editing: "The Bear"; "Born on the Fourth of July"; "Driving Miss Daisy"; "The Fabulous Baker Boys"; "Glory."

Makeup: "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen"; "Dad"; "Driving Miss Daisy."

Music Original Score: John Williams, "Born on the Fourth of July"; Dave Grusin, "The Fabulous Baker Boys"; James Horner, "Field of Dreams"; John Williams, "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"; Alan Menken, "The Little Mermaid."

Music Original Song: "After All" "from" "Chances Are"; "The Girl Who Used to Be Me" "from" "Shirley Valentine"; "I Love to See You Smile" "from" "Parenthood"; "Kiss the Girl" "from" "The Little Mermaid"; "Under the Sea" "from" "The Little Mermaid."

Animated Short Film: "Balance"; "Cow"; "The Hill Farm."

Live Action Short Film: "Amazon Diary";" The Child Eater"; "Work Experience."

Sound: "The Abyss"; "Black Rain"; "Born on the Fourth of July"; "Glory"; "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade."

Sound Effects Editing: "Black Rain"; "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade"; "Lethal Weapon 2."

Visual Effects: "The Abyss;" "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen;" "Back to the Future Part II."


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