Winners are in bold.

1. BEST PICTURE: "Elizabeth," "Life Is Beautiful," "Saving Private Ryan," "Shakespeare in Love," "The Thin Red Line."

2. ACTOR: Roberto Benigni, "Life Is Beautiful"; Tom Hanks, "Saving Private Ryan"; Ian McKellen, "Gods and Monsters"; Nick Nolte, "Affliction"; Edward Norton, "American History X."

3. ACTRESS: Cate Blanchett, "Elizabeth"; Fernanda Montenegro, "Central Station"; Gwyneth Paltrow, "Shakespeare in Love"; Meryl Streep, "One True Thing"; Emily Watson, "Hilary and Jackie."

4. SUPPORTING ACTOR: James Coburn, "Affliction"; Robert Duvall, "A Civil Action"; Ed Harris, "The Truman Show"; Geoffrey Rush, "Shakespeare in Love"; Billy Bob Thornton, "A Simple Plan."

5. SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Kathy Bates, "Primary Colors"; Brenda Blethyn, "Little Voice"; Judi Dench, "Shakespeare in Love"; Rachel Griffiths, "Hilary and Jackie"; Lynn Redgrave, "Gods and Monsters."

6. DIRECTOR: Roberto Benigni, "Life Is Beautiful"; Steven Spielberg, "Saving Private Ryan"; John Madden, "Shakespeare in Love"; Terrence Malick, "The Thin Red Line"; Peter Weir, "The Truman Show."

7. FOREIGN FILM: "Central Station," Brazil; "Children of Heaven," Iran; "The Grandfather," Spain; "Life Is Beautiful," Italy; "Tango," Argentina.

8. SCREENPLAY (written directly for the screen): Warren Beatty and Jeremy Pikser, "Bulworth"; Vincenzo Cerami and Roberto Benigni, "Life Is Beautiful"; Robert Rodat, "Saving Private Ryan"; Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard, "Shakespeare in Love"; Andrew Niccol, "The Truman Show."

9. SCREENPLAY (based on material previously produced or published): Bill Condon, "Gods and Monsters"; Scott Frank, "Out of Sight"; Elaine May, "Primary Colors"; Scott B. Smith, "A Simple Plan"; Terrence Malick, "The Thin Red Line."

10. ART DIRECTION: "Elizabeth," "Pleasantville," "Saving Private Ryan," "Shakespeare in Love," "What Dreams May Come."

11. CINEMATOGRAPHY: "A Civil Action," "Elizabeth," "Saving Private Ryan," "Shakespeare in Love," "The Thin Red Line."

12. SOUND: "Armageddon," "The Mask of Zorro," "Saving Private Ryan," "Shakespeare in Love," "The Thin Red Line."

13. SOUND EFFECTS EDITING: "Armageddon," "The Mask of Zorro," "Saving Private Ryan."

14. ORIGINAL MUSICAL OR COMEDY SCORE: "A Bug's Life," Randy Newman; "Mulan," Matthew Wilder, David Zippel and Jerry Goldsmith; "Patch Adams," Marc Shaiman; "The Prince of Egypt," Stephen Schwartz and Hans Zimmer; "Shakespeare in Love," Stephen Warbeck.

15. ORIGINAL DRAMATIC SCORE: "Elizabeth," David Hirschfelder; "Life Is Beautiful," Nicola Piovani; "Pleasantville," Randy Newman; "Saving Private Ryan," John Williams; "The Thin Red Line," Hans Zimmer.

16. ORIGINAL SONG: "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" from "Armageddon," Diane Warren; "The Prayer" from "Quest for Camelot," Carole Bayer Sager, David Foster, Tony Renis and Alberto Testa; "A Soft Place to Fall" from "The Horse Whisperer," Allison Moorer and Gwil Owen; "That'll Do" from "Babe: Pig in the City," Randy Newman; "When You Believe" from "The Prince of Egypt," Stephen Schwartz.

17. COSTUME: "Beloved," "Elizabeth," "Pleasantville," "Shakespeare in Love," "Velvet Goldmine."

18. DOCUMENTARY FEATURE: "Dancemaker," "The Farm: Angola, U.S.A.," "The Last Days," "Lenny Bruce: Swear to Tell the Truth," "Regret to Inform."

19. DOCUMENTARY (short subject): "The Personal Improvisations on Romance in the Golden Years," "A Place in the Land," "Sunrise Over Tiananmen Square."

20. FILM EDITING: "Life Is Beautiful," "Out of Sight," "Saving Private Ryan," "Shakespeare in Love," "The Thin Red Line."

21. MAKEUP: "Elizabeth," "Saving Private Ryan," "Shakespeare in Love."

22. ANIMATED SHORT FILM: "Bunny," "The Canterbury Tales," "Jolly Roger," "More," "When Life Departs."

23. LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM: "Culture," "Election Night (Valgaften)," "Holiday Romance," "La Carte Postale (The Postcard)," "Victor."

24. VISUAL EFFECTS: "Armageddon," "Mighty Joe Young," "What Dreams May Come."


Some score keeping (wins/noms):

Wench movies: 8/20

Trench movies: 8/25. It's a draw.

Shakespeare in Love: 7/13

Saving Private Ryan: 5/11

Life is Beautiful: 3/7

Elizabeth: 1/7

Holocaust documentaries: 1/1. (If there's a Holocaust documentary, it always wins.)

Thin Red Line: 0/7

Armageddon: 0/2

Deep Impact: 0/0

Godzilla: 0/0

Spice World: 0/0


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