April 1, 1997

Academy Award Nominees 1941-1996

1941

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Adventures in the Bronx. Film Associates.
  • Bomber. U.S. Office for Emergency Management Film Unit, Motion Picture Committee Cooperating for National Defense.
  • Christmas Under Fire. British Ministry of Information, Warner Bros.
  • *Churchill's Island. National Film Board of Canada, United Artists.
  • Letter from Home. British Ministry of Information.
  • Life of a Thoroughbred. 20th Century-Fox; Truman Talley.
  • Norway in Revolt. March of Time, RKO Radio.
  • A Place to Live. Philadelphia Housing Authority/ Association.
  • Russian Soil. Amkino.
  • Soldiers of the Sky. 20th Century-Fox; Truman Talley.
  • War Clouds in the Pacific. National Film Board of Canada, M-G-M.

1942

  • Africa, Prelude to Victory. March of Time, 20th Century-Fox.
  • *The Battle of Midway. U.S. Navy, 20th Century-Fox.
  • Combat Report. U.S. Anny Signal Corps. Conquer by the Clock. U.S. Office of War Information, RKO Pathe; Frederic Ullman, Jr. The Grain that Built a Hemisphere. Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs; Walt Disney.
  • Henry Browne, Farmer. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Republic .
  • High Over the Borders. National Film Board of Canada.
  • High Stakes in the East. Netherlands Information Bureau/Service .
  • Inside Fighting China. National Film Board of Canada, United Artists.
  • It's Everybody's War. U.S. Office of War Wormation , 20th Century-Fox.
  • *Kokoda Front Line. Australian News & Information Bureau.
  • Listen to Britain. British Ministry of information.
  • Little Belgium. Belgian Ministry of Information.
  • Little Isles of Freedom. Warner Bros.; Victor Stoloff and Edgar Loew.
  • Mr. Blabbermouth! U.S. Office of War Information, M-G-M.
  • Mr. Gardenia Jones. U .S. Office of War Information, M-G-M .
  • *Moscow Strikes Back. Artkino, Republic.
  • The New Spirit. U.S. Department of the Treasury; Walt Disney.
  • *Prelude to War. U.S. Army Special Services.
  • The Price of Victory. U.S. Office of War Information, Paramount; William H. Pine.
  • A Ship is Born. U.S. Merchant Marine, Warner Bros.
  • Twenty-One Miles. British Ministry of Information.
  • We Refuse to Die. U.S. Office of War Information, Paramount; William C. Thomas.
  • White Eagle. Concanen Films.
  • Winning Your Wings. U.S. Army Air Force, Warner Bros.

1943

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Bismarck Convoy Smashed. Australian Department of Infonnation Film Unit.
  • Children of Mars. RKO Radio.
  • Day of Battle. U.S. Office of War Information Domestic Motion Picture Bureau, Paramount.
  • *December 7th. U.S. Navy Office of Strategic Services Field Photographic Bureau.
  • The Dutch Tradition. National Film Board of Canada; Netherlands Information Bureau/Service.
  • Kill or Be Killed. British Ministry of Information.
  • The Labor Front. National Film Board of Canada, United Artists.
  • Land of My Mother. Polish Information Center.
  • Life Line. U.S. Army Pictorial Service.
  • Plan for Destruction. MGM.
  • The Rear Gunner. U.S. Department of War, Warner Bros.
  • Servant of a Nation. Union of South Africa.
  • Swedes in America. U.S . Office of War Information Overseas Motion Picture Bureau.
  • Task Force. U.S. Coast Guard , Warner Bros.
  • To the People of the United States. U .S. Public Health Service; Walter Wanger.
  • Tomorrow We Fly. U.S. Navy Bureau of Aeronautics.
  • The Voice that Thrilled the World. Warner Bros.
  • Water—Friend or Enemy. Walt Disney Prod., Office of the Coordinator of Inter­ American Affairs; Walt Disney.
  • Wings Up. U.S. Army Air Force 1st Motion Picture Unit.
  • Youth in Crisis. March of Time, 20th Century-Fox.

FEATURES

  • Baptism of Fire. U.S. Anny.
  • The Battle of Russia. U.S . Department of War Special Service Division , 20th Century-Fox.
  • *Desert Victory. British Ministry of Infonnation, 20th Century-Fox
  • For God and Country. U.S. Anny Pictorial Service.
  • Report from the Aleutians. U.S. Army Pictorial Service.
  • Silent Village. British Ministry of Information, Czechoslovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • War Department Report. U.S. Office of Strategic Services Field Photographic Bureau.
  • We've Come a Long Way. Negro Marches On, lnc.

1944

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Arturo Toscanini. U.S. Office of War Information Overseas Motion Picture Bureau .
  • New Americans. RKO Radio.
  • *With the Marines at Tarawa. U.S. Marine Corps.

FEATURES

  • *The Fighting Lady. U.S. Navy, 20th Century-Fox.
  • Resisting Enemy Interrogation. U.S. Army Air Force.

1945

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • *Hitler Lives? Warner Bros.
  • Library of Congress. U.S . Office of War Information Overseas Motion Pictures Bureau; Gordon Hollingshead .
  • To the Shores of Iwo Jima. U.S . Marine Corps.

FEATURES

  • The Last Bomb. U.S. Army Air Force.
  • *The True Glory. U.S. Office of War Information, Columbia, the Governments of Great Britain and U.S.A.

1946

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Atomic Power. March of Time, 20th Century­ Fox.
  • Life at the Zoo. Artkino .
  • Paramount News Issue #37. Paramount.
  • *Seeds of Destiny. U.S. Department of War.
  • Traffic with the Devil. MGM; Herbert Morgan .

1947

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • *First Steps. United Nations Division of Films and Visual Education.
  • Passport to Nowhere . RKO Radio; Frederic Ullman, Jr.
  • School in the Mailbox. Australian News & Information Bureau.

FEATURES

  • *Design for Death. RKO Radio; Sig Rogell, Theron Warth, Richard O. Fleischer.
  • Journey into Medicine. U.S. Department of State Office of Information and Educational Exchange.
  • The World is Rich. British Information Services; Paul Rotha .

1948

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Heart to Heart. Fact Film Organization; Herbert Morgan.
  • Operation Vittles. U.S. Army Air Force.
  • *Toward Independence. U.S. Army.

FEATURES

  • The Quiet One. Film Documents, Mayer­ Burstyn; Janice Loeb.
  • *The Secret Land. U.S. Navy, MGM; Orville O. Dull.

1949

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • *A Chance to Live. March of Time, 20th Century-Fox; Richard de Rochemont.
  • 1848. A.F. Films, French Cinema General Cooperative.
  • The Rising Tide. National Film Board of Canada, St. Francis-Xavier University of Nova Scotia.
  • *So Much for So Little. Warner Bros., Edward Selzer.

FEATURES

  • *Daybreak in Udi. British In formation Services, Crown Film Unit.
  • Kenji Comes Home. Protestant Film Commission, Paul F. Heard .

1950

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • The Fight: Science Against Cancer. National Film Board of Canada with the Medical Film Institute, Association of American Medical Colleges; Guy Glover.
  • The Stairs. Film Documents, Inc.
  • *Why Korea? 20th Century-Fox Movietone; Edmund Reek.

FEATURES

  • *The Titan: Story of Michelangelo. Michelangelo Co., Classics Pictures, Inc.; Robert Snyder.
  • With These Hands. Promotional Films Co., Inc.; Jack Arnold and Lee Goodman .

1951

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • *Benjy. Fred Zinn em ann with Paramount Pictures Corp., for the Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital.
  • One Who Came Back. U. S. Department of Defense, Association of Motion Picture Producers, for the Disable American Veterans; Owen Crump.
  • The Seeing Eye. Warner Bros.; Gordon Hollingshead.

FEATURES

  • I Was a Communist for the F.B.I., Warner Bros.; Bryan Foy.
  • *Kon-Tiki. Art Film, RKO Radio, OUe Nordemar.

1952

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Devil Take Us. Theatre of Life; Herbert Morgan .
  • The Garden Spider (Epeira Diadema). Cristallo Films, I.F.E. Releasing Corp.; Alberto Ancilotto.
  • Man Alive! UPA for the American Cancer Society; Stephen Bosustow.
  • *Neighbours. National Film Board of Canada, Arthur Mayer-Edward Kingsley, Inc.; Norman McLaren .

FEATURES

  • The Hoaxters. M-G-M; Dore Schary.
  • Navajo. Bartlett-Foster Prod., Lippert Pictures, Inc.; Hall Bartlett.
  • *The Sea Around Us. RKO Radio; Irwin Allen.

1953

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • *The Alaskan Eskimo. Walt Disney Prod ., RKO Radio; Walt Disney.
  • The Living City. Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc.; John Barnes.
  • Operation Blue Jay. U.S. Army Signal Corps.
  • They Planted a Stone. World Wide Pictures, British Information Services; James Carr.
  • The Word. 20th Century-Fox; John Healy and John Adams.

FEATURES

  • The Conquest of Everest. Countryman Films Ltd ., Group 3 Ltd., United Artists; John Taylor, Leon Clore and Grahame Tharp.
  • *The Living Desert. Walt Disney Prod ., Buena Vista; Walt Disney.
  • A Queen is Crowned. J. Arthur Rank Org. Ltd., Universal-International; Castleton Knight.

1954

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Jet Carrier. 20th Century-Fox; Otto Lang.
  • Rembrandt: A Self-Portrait. Morri e Roizman Prod., Distributors Corp. of America; Morrie Roizman .
  • *Thursday's Children. World Wide Pictures and Morse Film's, British Information Services.

FEATURES

  • The Stratford Adventure. National Film Board of Canada, Continental Distributing Corp.; Guy Glover.
  • *The Vanishing Prairie. Walt Disney Prod., Buena Vista; Walt Disney.

1955

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • The Battle of Gettysburg. M-G-M; Dore Schary .
  • The Face of Lincoln. University of Southern California, Cavalcade Pictures; Wilbur T. Blume.
  • *Men Against the Arctic. Walt Disney Prod., Buena Vista; Walt Disney.

FEATURES

  • Heartbreak Ridge. Ren e Risacher Prod., Tudor Pictures; Rene Risacher.
  • *Helen Keller in Her Story. Nancy Hamilton .

1956

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • A City Decides. Charles Guggenheim & Associates.
  • The Dark Wave . 20th Century-Fox ; John Healy .
  • The House Without a Name. Universal ­ International; Valentine Davies.
  • Man in Space. Walt Disney Prod., Buena Vista ; Ward Kimball.
  • *The True Story of the Civil War. Camera Eye Pictures Inc.; Louis Clyde Stoumen.

FEATURES

  • The Naked Eye. Camera Eye Pictures Inc., Film Representations Inc.; Louis Clyde Stoumen.
  • *The Silent World. Filmad-F.S J.Y.C., Columbia; Jacques-Yves Cousteau.
  • Where Mountains Float. Arno Studios, Brandon Films, The Govern m ent Film Committee of Denmark.

1957

FEATURES

  • *Albert Schweitzer. Hi ll and Anderson Prod ., Loui s de R ochem ont Associates; Jerome Hill.
  • On the Bowery. Lionel Rogosin Prod., Film Representations Inc.; Lionel Rogosin.
  • Torero! Producciones Barbachano Ponce, Columbia; Manuel Barbachano Ponce.

1958

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • *AMA Girls. Walt Disney Prod ., Buena Vista ; Ben Sharpsteen.
  • Employees Only. Hughes Aircraft Co.; Kenneth G. Brown.
  • Journey into Spring. British Transport Films, Lester A . Schoenfeld Films; Ian Ferguson.
  • The Living Stone. National Film Board of Canada; Tom Daly.
  • Overture. United Nations Film Service, Kingsley International Pictures; Thorold Dickinson.

FEATURES

  • Antarctic Crossing. World Wide Pictures, Lester A. Schoenfeld Films; James Carr.
  • The Hidden World. Small World Co.; Robert Snyder.
  • Psychiatric Nursing. Dynamic Films, Inc.; Nathan Zucker.
  • *White Wilderness. Walt Disney Prod., Buena Vista; Ben Sharpsteen.

1959

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Donald in Mathmagic Land. Walt Disney Prod ., Buena Vista ; Walt Disney.
  • From Generation to Generation. Cullen Associates, Maternity Center Association; Edward F. Cullen.
  • *Glass. Netherland's Government, George K. Arthur-Go Pictures Inc.; Bert Haanstra.

FEATURES

  • The Race for Space. Wolper, Inc.; David L. Wolper.
  • *Serengeti Shall Not Die. Okapia-Film GmH Prod., Transoean-Film; Bernhard Grzimek.

1960

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Beyond Silence. U.S. Information Agency.
  • A City Called Copenhagen. Statens Film­ central, Danish Film Office.
  • George Grosz' Interregnum. Educational Communications Corp.; Charles and Altina Carey.
  • *Giuseppina. Schoenfeld Films; James Hill.
  • Universe. National Film Board of Canada, Schoenfeld Films; Colin Low .

FEATURES

  • *The Horse with the Flying Tail. Walt Disney Prod., Buena Vista; Larry Lansburgh.
  • Rebel in Paradise. Tiare Co.; Robert D. Fraser.

1961

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Breaking the Language Barrier. U.S. Air Force.
  • Cradle of Genius. Plough Prod ., Lesser Films; Jim O'Connor and Tom Hayes.
  • Kahl. Dido Film GmbH, AEG-Filmdienst.
  • L'Uomo in Grigio (The Man In Gray). Benedetto Benedetti.
  • *Project Hope. MacManus, John & Adams, Inc./Klaeger Film Prod., Ex-Cell-O Corp.; Frank P. Bibas.

FEATURES

  • La Grande Olimpiade (Olympic Games 1960). dell Institutoazionale Luce, Comitato Organizzatore del Gioichidella XVII Olimpiade, Cineriz.
  • *Le Ciel et la Boue (Sky Above and Mud Beneath). Ardennes Films and Michael Arthur Film Prod., Rank Film Distributors of America, Inc.; Arthur Cohn and Rene Lafuite.

1962

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • *Dylan Thomas. TWW Ltd., Janus Films; Jack Howells.
  • The John Glenn Story. U.S. Department of the Navy, Warner Bros.; William L. Hendricks.
  • The Road to the Wall. CBS Films, U.S. Department of Defense; Robert Saudek .

FEATURES

  • Alvorada (Brazil's Changing Face). MW Filmproduktion; Hugo Niebeling.
  • *Black Fox. Image Prod., Heritage Films; Louis Clyde Stoumen .

1963

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • *Chagall. Auerbach Film Enterprises Ltd ­ Flag Films, Union Films; Simon Schiffrin.
  • The Five Cities of June. U.S. Information Agency; George Stevens, Jr.
  • The Spirit of America. Spotlight News; Algernon G. Walker.
  • Thirty Million Letters. British Transport Films; Edgar Anstey.
  • To Live Again. Wilding Inc., St. Barnabas Hospital, Bronx , NY; Mel London.

FEATURES

  • Le Maillon et la Chaine (The Link and the Chain). Films du Centaure-Filmartic; Paul de Roubaix.
  • *Robert Frost: A Lover's Quarrel with the World. WGBH Educational Foundation, Holt Rinehart and Winston; Robert Hughes.
  • The Yanks are Coming. David L. Wolper Prod.; Marshall Flaum.

1964

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Breaking the Habit. American Cancer Society, Modern Talking Picture Service; Henry Jacobs and John Korty.
  • Children Without. Guggenheim Prod., National Education Association; Charles Guggenheim.
  • Kenojuak. National Film Board of Canada.
  • *Nine from Little Rock. Guggenheim Prod .,
  • U.S . Information Agency; Charles Guggenheim.
  • 140 Days Under the World. New Zealand National Film Unit, Rank Film Distributors; Geoffrey Scott and Oxley Hughan .

FEATURES

  • The Finest Hours. Le Vien Films , Columbia; Jack Le Vien.
  • Four Days in November. David L. Wolper Prod., United Artists ; Mel Stuart.
  • The Human Dutch. Haanstra Film Productie; Bert Haanstra.
  • *Jacques-Yves Cousteau's World Without Sun. Filmad-Les Requins Associes-Orsay CEIAP, Columbia; Jacques-Yves Cousteau.
  • Over There, 1914-18. Zodiac Prod., Pathe Contemporary Films; Jean Aurel.

1965

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Mural on Our Street. Henry Street Settlement, Pathe Contemporary Films; Kirk Smallman.
  • Ouverture. Imafilm Prod., Hungarofilm-Pathe Contemporary Films.
  • Point of View. Vision Associates Prod., National Tuberculosis Association.
  • *To Be Alive! Johnson Wax; Francis Thompson.
  • Yeats Country. Aengus Films Ltd . for the Department of External Affairs of Ireland; Patrick Carey and Joe Mendoza.

FEATURES

  • The Battle of the Bulge... The Brave Rifles. Mascott Prod.; Lawrence E. Mascott.
  • *The Eleanor Roosevelt Story. Sidney Glazier Prod., American International; Sidney Glazier.
  • The Fourth Road Bridge. Random Film Prod., Shell-Mex and B.P. Film Library; Peter Mills.
  • Let My People Go. David L. Wolper Prod.; Marshall Flaum.
  • To Die in Madrid. Ancinex Prod., Altura Films International; Frederic Rossif.

1966

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Adolescence. M.K. Prod.; Marin Karmitz and Vladimir Forgency.
  • Cowboy. Ahnemann/Schlosser Prod., U.S. Information Agency; Michael Ahnemann and Gary Schlosser, producers.
  • The Odds Against. Vision Associates Prod., American Foundation Institute of Corrections; Lee R . Bobker and Helen Kristy Radin.
  • Saint Matthew Passion. Mafilm Studio Prod., Hungarofilm .
  • *A Year Toward Tomorrow. Sundial Films, Office of Economic Opportunity; Edmond A. Levy.

FEATURES

  • The Face of a Genius. WBZ-TV , Group W, Boston ; Alfred R. Kelman.,
  • Helicopter Canada. National Film Board of Canada Centennial Commission; Peter Jones and Tom Daly.
  • Le Volcan Interdit (The Forbidden Volcano). Cine Documents Tazieff, Athos Films; Haroun Tazieff.
  • The Really Big Family. David L. Wolper Prod.; Alex Grasshoff.
  • *The War Game. BBC Prod. for the British Film Institute, Pathe Contemporary Films; Peter Watkins.

1967

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Monument to the Dream. Guggenheim Prod.; Charles E. Guggenheim.
  • A Place to Stand. T.D.F. Prod . for the Ontario Department of Economics and Development, Columbia; Christopher Chapman.
  • *The Redwoods. King Screen Prod.; Mark Harris and Trevor Greenwood.
  • See You at the Pillar. Associated British-Pathe Prod.; Robert Fitchett.
  • While I Run This Race. Sun Dial Films for VISTA; Carl Y. Ragsdale.

FEATURES

  • *The Anderson Platoon. French Broadcasting System; Pierre Schoendoerffer.
  • Festival. Patchke Prod.; Murray Lerner. Harvest. U.S. Information Agency; Carroll Ballard .
  • A King's Story. Jack LaVien Prod.; Jack Le Vien.
  • A Time for Burning. Quest Prod. for Lutheran Film Associates; William C. Jersey.

1968

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • The House that Ananda Built. Films Division, Government of India; Fali Biliranoria.
  • The Revolving Door. Vision Associates for American Foundation Institute of Corrections; Lee R. Bobker.
  • A Space to Grow. Office of Economic Opportunity for Project Upward Bound; Thomas P. Kelly, Jr.
  • A Way Out of the Wilderness. John Sutherland Prod.; Dan E. Weisburd .
  • *Why Man Creates. Saul Bass & Associates; Saul Bass.

FEATURES

  • A Few Notes on Our Food Problem. U.S. Information Agency; James Bl u e.
  • *Journey Into Self. Western Behavioral Sciences Institute; Bill McGaw.
  • The Legendary Champions. Turn of the Century Fights; William Cayton.
  • Other Voices. OHS Films; David H. Sawyer.
  • Young Americans. The Young Americans Prod.; Robert Cohn and Alex Grasshoff.

1969

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • *Czechoslovakia 1968. Sanders-Fresco Film Makers for U.S. Information Agency; Denis Sanders and Robert M . Fresco.
  • An Impression of John Steinbeck: Writer. Donald Wrye Prod. for U.S. Information Agency; Donald Wrye.
  • Jenny is a Good Thing. A.C.I. Prod . for Project Head Start; Joan Horvath.
  • Leo Beuerman. Centron Prod.; Arthur H. Wolf and Russell A. Mosser.
  • The Magic Machines. Fly-By-Night Prod., Manson Distributing; Joan Keller Stern.

FEATURES

  • *Arthur Rubenstein—The Love of Life. Midem Prod.; Bernard Chevry.
  • Before the Mountain Was Moved. Robert K. Sharpe Prod. for the Office of Economic Opportunity; Robert K Sharpe.
  • In the Year of the Pig. Emile de Antonio Prod.; Emile de Antonio.
  • The Olympics in Mexico. Comite Organizador de los Juegos de la XIX Olimpiada.
  • The Wolf Men. M-G-M; Irwin Rosten.

1970

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • The Gifts. Richter-McBride Prod. for the Water Quality Office of the Environmental Protection Agency; Robert McBride.
  • *Interviews with My Lai Veterans. Laer Film Corp.; Joseph Strick.
  • A Long Way from Nowhere. Robert Aller Prod.; Bob Aller.
  • Oisin. Aengus Film; Vivien Carey and Patrick Carey.
  • Time is Running Out. Gesel lschaft für bildende Filme; Horst Dallmayr and Robert Menegoz.

FEATURES

  • Chariots of the Gods. Terra-Filmkunst GmbH; Dr. Harald Rei n!.
  • Jack Johnson. The Big Fights; Jim Jacobs.
  • King: A Filmed Record... Montgomery to Memphis. Commonwealth United Prod.; Ely Landau.
  • Say Goodbye. David L. Wolper Prod.; David H. Vowell.
  • *Woodstock. Wadleigh-Maurice Ltd. Prod., Warner Bros.; Bob Maurice.

1971

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Adventures in Perception. Hans van Gelder Filmproduktie for Netherlands Information Service; Hans van Gelder.
  • Art is... Henry Strauss Associates for Sears Roebuck Foundation ; Julian Krai ni n and DeWitt L. Sage, Jr.
  • The Numbers Start with the River. WH Picture for U.S. Information Agency; Donald Wrye.
  • *Sentinels of Silence. Producciones Concord, Paramount; Manuel Arango and Robert Amram.
  • Somebody Waiting. Snider Prod., for University of California Medical Film Library; Hal Riney, Dick Snider and Sherman Omens.

FEATURES

  • Alaska Wilderness Lake. Alan Landsburg Prod.; Alan Landsburg.
  • *The Hellstrom Chronicle. David L. Wolper Prod., Cinema 5 Ltd.; Walon Green.
  • On Any Sunday. Bruce Brown Films-Solar Prod., Cinema 5 Ltd.; Bruce Brown.
  • The Ra Expeditions. Swedish Broadcasting Company, interwest Film Corp.; Lennart Ehrenborg and Thor Heyerdahl.
  • The Sorrow and the Pity. Television Rencontre­ Norddeutscher Rundfunk-Television Swiss Romande, Cinema 5 Ltd.; Marcel Ophuls.

1972

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Hundertwasser's Rainy Day. Argos Films­ Peter Schamoni Film Prod.; Peter Scharnoni.
  • K-Z. Nexus Film S.r.1. Prod.; Giorgio Treves.
  • Selling Out. Unit Productions Film; Tadeusz Jaworski
  • *This Tiny World. Charles Huguenot van der Linden Prod.; Charles Huguenot van der Linden and Martina Huguenot van der Linden.
  • The Tide of Traffic. BP-Greenpark Prod.; Humphrey Swingler.

FEATURES

  • Ape and Super-Ape. Bert Haanstra Film Prod., Netherlands Ministry of Culture, Recreation and Social Welfare; Bert Haanstra.
  • Malcolm X. Marvin Worth Prod., Warner Bros.; Marvin Worth and Arnold Perl.
  • Manson. Merrick International; Robert Hendrickson and Laurence Merrick.
  • *Marjoe. Cinema X Prod ., Cinema 5, Ltd.; Howard Smith and Sarah Kernochan.
  • The Silent Revolution. Leonaris Film Prod.; Eckehard Munch.

1973

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Background. D'Avino and Fucci-Stone Prod.; Carmen D'Avino.
  • Children at Work (Paistri Ag Obair). Gael­ Linn Films; Louis Marcus.
  • Christo's Valley Curtain. Maysles Films Prod.; Albert and David Maysles.
  • Four Stones for Kanemitsu. Tamarind Prod .; Terry Sanders and June Wayne.
  • *Princeton: A Search for Answers. Krainin Sage Prod.; Julian Krainin and DeWitt L. Sage, Jr. Features
  • Always a New Beginning. Goodell Motion Pictures; John D. Goodell.
  • Battle of Berlin. Chronos Film GmbH ; Bengt von zur Muehlen.
  • *The Great American Cowboy. Kieth Merrill Associates-Rodeo Film Prod.; Kieth Merrill.
  • Journey to the Outer Limits. National Geographic Society and Wolper Prod.; Alex Grasshoff.
  • Walls of Fire. Mentor Prod.; Gertrude Ross Marks and Edmund F. Penney.

1974

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • City Out of Wilderness. Francis Thompson Inc.; Francis Thompson.
  • *Don't. R.A. Films; Robin Lehman.
  • Exploratorium. Jon Boorstin Prod.; Jon Boorstin.
  • John Muir's High Sierra. Dewitt Jones Prod. ; Dewitt Jones and Lesley Foster.
  • Naked Yoga. Filmshop Prod.; Ronald S. Kass and Mervyn Lloyd.

FEATURES

  • Antonia: A Portrait of the Woman. Rocky Mountain Prod.; Judy Collins and Jill Godmilow.
  • The Challenge ... A Tribute to Modern Art. Worldview Prod.; Herbert Kline.
  • The 81st Blow. Ghetto Fighter's House Film; Jacquot Ehrlich, David Bergman and Haim Gouri.
  • *Hearts and Minds. Touchstone-Audjeff­ BBS Prod., Howard Zuker/Henry Jaglom­ Rainbow Pictures; Peter Davis and Bert Schneider.
  • The Wild and the Brave. E.S.J.Prod.­ Tomorrow Entertainment Inc.-Jones/Howard Ltd. ; Natalie R. Jones and Eugene S. Jones.

1975

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Arthur and Lillie. Department of Communications, Stanford University; Jon Else, Steven Kovacs and Kristine Samuelson.
  • *The End of the Game. Opus Films Ltd.; Claire Wilbur and Robin Lehman.
  • Millions of Years Ahead of Man. BASF; Manfred Baier.
  • Probes in Space. Graphic Films; George V. Casey .
  • Whistling Smith. National Film Board of Canada; Barrie Howells and Michael Scott.

FEATURES

  • The California Reich. Yasny Talking Pictures; Walter F. Parks and Keith F. Critchlow.
  • Fighting for Our Lives. Farm Worker Film; Glen Pearcy.
  • The Incredible Machine. National Geographic Society, Wolper Prod.; Irwin Rosten.
  • *The Man Who Skied Down Everest. Crawley Films; F.R. Crawley, James Hager and Dale Hartleben.
  • The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir. MacLaine Productions ; Shirley MacLaine .

1976

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • American Shoeshine. Titan Films; Sparky Greene.
  • Blackwood. National Film Board of Canada; Tony Ianzelo and Andy Thompson.
  • The End of the Road. Pelican Films; John Armstrong.
  • *Number Our Days. Community Television of Southern California; Lynne Littman.
  • Universe. Graphic Films Corp. for NASA; Lester Novros.

FEATURES

  • *Harlan County, U.S.A. Cabin Creek Films; Barbara Kopple.
  • Hollywood on Trial. October Films /Cinema Associates; James Gutman and David Helpern , Jr.
  • Off the Edge. Pentacle Films; Michael Firth.
  • People of the Wind. Elizabeth E. Roger s Prod.; Anthony Howarth and David Koff.
  • Volcano: An Inquiry into the Life and Death of Malcolm Lowry. National Film Board of Canada; Donald Brittain and Robert Duncan.

1977

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Agueda Martinez: Our People, Our Country. Moctesuma Esparza Prod.; Moctesuma Esparza.
  • First Edition. D.L. Sage Prod.; Helen Whitney and DeWitt L. Sage, Jr.
  • *Gravity is My Enemy. Joseph Prod.; John Joseph and Jan Stussy.
  • Of Time, Tombs and Treasures. Charlie/Papa Prod.; James R. Messenger and Paul N. Raimondi.
  • The Shetland Experience. Balfour Films; Douglas Gordon.

FEATURES

  • The Children of Theatre Street. Mack­ Vaganov a Company; Robert Dornhelm and Earle Mack.
  • High Grass Circus. National Film Board of Canada; Bill Brind , Torben Schioler and Tony Ianzelo.
  • Homage to Chagall—The Colours of Love. CBC Prod.; Harry Rasky.
  • Union Maids. Klein, Reichert, Mogulescu Prod.; James Klein, Julia Reichert and Miles Mogulescu.
  • *Who Are the DeBolts? And Where Did They Get Nineteen Kids? Korty Films/Charles M . Schulz Creative Associates, Sanrio Films; John Korty, Dan McCann and Warren L. Lockhart.

1978

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • The Divided Trail: A Native American Odyssey. Jerry Aronson Prod.; Jerry Aronson.
  • An Encounter with Faces. Films Division, Government of India; K. K. Kapil.
  • *The Flight of the Gossamer Condor. Shedd Prod.; Jacqueline Phillips Shedd and Ben Shedd.
  • Goodnight Miss Ann. August Cinquegrana Films Prod.; August Cinquegrana.
  • Squires of San Quentin. J. Gary Mitchell Film
  • Company; J. Gary Mitchell.

FEATURES

  • The Lovers' Wind. Ministry of Culture & Arts of Iran ; AJbert Lamorisse .
  • Mysterious Castles of Clay. Survival Anglia Ltd. Prod.; Alan Root.
  • Raoni. Franco-Brazilian Prod.; Jean-Pierre Dutilleux, Barry William s and Michel Gast.
  • *Scared Straight! Golden West Television Prod.; Arnold Shapiro.
  • With Babies and Banners: Story of the Women's Emergency Brigade. Women's Labor History Film Project Prod.; Anne Bohlen, Lyn Goldfarb and Lorraine Gray.

1979

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Dae. Vardar Film/Skopje; Risto Teofilovski.
  • Koryo Celadon. Charlie/Papa Prod., Inc.; Donald A. Connolly and James R. Messenger.
  • Nails. National Film Board of Canada; Phillip Borsos.
  • *Paul Robeson: Tribute to an Artist. Janus Films Inc.; Saul J. Turell.
  • Remember Me. Dick Young Prod ., Ltd.; Dick Young.

FEATURES

  • *Best Boy. Only Child Motion Pictures, Inc.; Ira Wohl.
  • Generation on the Wind. More Than One Medium; David A. Vassar.
  • Going the Distance. National Film Board of Canada; Paul Cowan and Jacques Bobet.
  • The Killing Ground. ABC News Closeup Unit; Steve Singer and Tom Priestley.
  • The War at Home. Catalyst Films/Madison Film Prod. Co.; Glenn Silber and Barry Alexander Brown.

1980

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Don't Mess with Bill. John Watson and Pen Densham's Insight Prod. Inc.; John Watson and Pen Densham.
  • The Eruption of Mount St. Helens. Graphic Films Corp.; George Casey.
  • It's the Same World. Dick Young Prod., Ltd .; Dick Young.
  • *Karl Hess: Toward Liberty. Halle-Ladue, Inc.; Roland Hale and Peter W. Ladue.
  • Luther Metke at 94. UCLA Ethnographic Film Program; Richard Hawkins and Jorge Preloran.

FEATURES

  • Agee. James Agee Film Project; Ross Spears.
  • The Day After Trinity. Jon Else Prod.; Jon Else.
  • *From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China. The Hopewell Foundation; Murray Lerner.
  • Front Line. David Bradbury Prod.; David Bradbury.
  • The Yellow Star—The Persecution of the Jews in Europe 1933-45. Chronos Films GmbH; Bengt von zur Muehlen and Arthur Cohn.

1981

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Americas in Transition. Americas in Transition, Inc.; Obie Benz.
  • *Close Harmony. Nobel Enterprise; Nigel Nobel.
  • Journey for Survival. Dick Young Prod., Ltd.; Dick Young.
  • See What I Say. Michigan Women Filmmakers Prod.; Linda Chapman, Pam LeBlanc and Freddi Stevens.
  • Urge to Build. Rol and Halle Prod., Inc.; Roland Halle and John Hoover.

Features

  • Against Wind and Tide: A Cuban Odyssey. Seven League Prod., Inc.; Suzanne Bauman, Paul Nesharnkin and Jim Burroughs.
  • Brooklyn Bridge. Florentine Films Prod.; Ken Burns.
  • Eight Minutes to Midnight: A Portrait of Dr. Helen Caldicott. The Caldicott Project; Mary Benjamin, Susanne Simpson and Boyd Estus.
  • El Salvador: Another Vietnam. Catalyt Media Prod.; Glenn Silber and Tete Vasconcellos.
  • *Genocide. Arnold Schwartzman Prod., Inc.; Arnold Schwartzman and Rabbi Marvin Hier.

1982

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Gods of Metal. Richter Prod.; Robert Richter.
  • *If You Love This Planet. National Film Board of Canada; Edward Le Lorrain and Terri Nash.
  • The Klan: A Legacy of Hate in America. Guggenheim Prod., Inc.; Charles Guggenheim and Werner Schumann.
  • To Live or Let Die. American Film Foundation; Freida Lee Mock .
  • Traveling Hopefully. Aruthfonyus Film s, Inc.; John G. Avildsen .

FEATURES

  • After the Axe. National Film Board of Canada; Sturla Gunnarsson and Steve Lucas.
  • Ben's Mill. Public Broadcasting Associates­ ODYSSEY ; John Karol and Michel Chalufour.
  • In Our Water. Foresight Films Prod.; Meg Switzgable.
  • *Just Another Missing Kid. Canadian Broadcasting Corp.; John Zaritsky.
  • A Portrait of Giselle. ABC Video Enterprises, Inc. with Wishupon Prod., Inc.; Joseph Wishy.

1983

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • *Flamenco at 5:15. National Film Board of Canada Prod.; Cynthia Scott and Adam Symansky .
  • In the Nuclear Shadow: What Can the Children Tell Us? Impact Prod.; Vivienne Verdon-Roe and Eric Thiennann.
  • Sewing Woman. DeepFocus Prod.; Arthur Dong.
  • Spaces: The Architecture of Paul Rudolph. Eisenhardt Prod.; Robert Eisenhardt.
  • You Are Free (Ihr Zent Frei). Brokman/Landi s Prod.; Dea Brokman and Ilene Landis.

FEATURES

  • Children of Darkness. Children of Darkness Prod.; Richard Kotuk and Ara Chekmayan.
  • First Contact. Arundel Prod.; Bob Connolly and Robin Anderson.
  • *He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin' . Edgar J. Scherick Associates Prod.; Emile Ardolino.
  • The Profession of Arms. National Film Board of Canada Prod.; Michael Bryans and Tina Viljoen.
  • Seeing Red. Heartland Prod.; James Klein and Julia Reichert.

1985

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • The Courage to Care. United Way Prod.; Robert Gardner.
  • Keats and His Nightingale: A Blind Date. Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities; Michael Crowley and James Wolpaw.
  • Making Overtures—The Story of a Community Orchestra. Rhombus Media, Inc. Prod.; Barbara Willis Sweete.
  • *Witness to War: Dr. Charlie Clements. Skylight Picture Prod.; David Goodman.
  • The Wizard of the Strings. Seventh Hour Prod.; Alan Edelstein.

FEATURES

  • *Broken Rainbow. Earthworks Films Prod.; Maria Florio and Victoria Mudd.
  • Las Madres—The Mothers of Plaza de Mayo. Sponsored by Film Arts Foundation; Susana Munoz and Lourdes Portillo.
  • Soldiers in Hiding. Filmworks Inc. Prod. ; Japhet Asher.
  • The Statue of Liberty. Florentine Films Prod.; Ken Burns and Buddy Squires.
  • Unfinished Business. Mouchette Films Prod.; Steven Okazaki.

1986

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Debonair Dancers. Alison Nigh-Strelich Prod.; Alison Nigh-Strelich.
  • The Masters of Disaster. Indiana University Audio Visual Center; Sonya Friedman.
  • Red Grooms: Sunflower in a Hothouse. Polaris Entertainment Prod.; Thomas L. Neff and Madeline Bell.
  • Sam. Aaron D. Weisblatt .
  • *Women—For America, for the World . Educational Film & Video Project; Vivienne Verdon-Roe.
  • Silver Into Gold. Department of Communications, Stanford University; Lynn Mueller.
  • *Young At Heart. Sue Marx Films, Inc. Prod.; Sue Marx and Pamela Conn.

FEATURES

  • Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years/Bridge to Freedom 1965. Blackside, Inc. Prod.; Callie Crossley and James A. DeVinney.
  • Radio Bikini. Crossroads Film Project, Ltd.; Robert Stone.
  • A Stitch for Time. Peace Quilters Prod. Co., Inc.; Barbara Herbich and Cyril Christo.
  • *The Ten-Year Lunch: The Wit and Legend of the Algonquin Round Table. Aviva Films Prod.; Aviva Slesin.

1988

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • The Children's Storefront. Simon and Goodman Picture Co. Prod.; Karen Goodman.
  • Family Gathering. Lise Yasui Prod.; Lise Yasui and Ann Tegnell.
  • Gang Cops. University of Southern California Center for Visual Anthropology and the School of Cinema/Television; Thomas B. Fleming and Daniel J. Marks.
  • Portrait of Imogen. Pacific Pictures Prod.; Nancy Hale and Meg Partridge.
  • *You Don't Have to Die. Tiger Rose Prod. with Filmworks, Inc.; William Guttentag and Malcolm Clarke.

FEATURES

  • The Cry of Reason—Beyers Naude: An Afrikaner Speaks Out. Worldwide Documentaries, Inc.; Robert Bilheimer and Ronald Mix .
  • *Hotel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie. Memory Pictures Company; Marcel Ophuls.
  • Let's Get Lost. Little Bear Films, Inc.; Bruce Weber and Nan Bush.
  • Promises to Keep. Durrin Prod., Inc.; Ginny Durrin.
  • Who Killed Vincent Chin? Film News Now Foundation Prod.; Renee Tajima and Christine Choy.

1990

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Burning Down Tomorrow. Interscope Communications Inc. Prod.; Kit Thomas.
  • Chimps: So Like Us. Simon and Goodman Picture Co. Prod.; Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon.
  • *Days of Waiting. Mouchette Films Prod.; Steven Okazaki.
  • Journey Into Life: The World of the Unborn. ABC/Kane Prod. International, Inc.; Derek Bromhall.
  • Rose Kennedy: A Life to Remember. Sanders & Mock Prod. and American Film Foundation; Freida Lee Mock and Terry Sanders.

FEATURES

  • *American Dream. Cabin Creek Films; Barbara Kopple and Arthur Cohn.
  • Berkeley in the Sixties. Berkeley in the Six times Prod. Partnership; Mark Kitchell.
  • Building Bombs. Mori/Robinson Prod.; Mark Mori and Susan Robinson.
  • Forever Activists: Stories from the Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade. Judith Montell Prod.; Judith Montell.
  • Waldo Salt: A Screenwriter's Journey. Waldo Prod., Inc.; Robert Hillmann and Eugene Corr.

1991

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Birdnesters of Thailand (aka Shadow Hunters). Antenne 2/National Geographic Society/M.D.I./Wind Horse Prod.; Eric Valli and Alain Majani.
  • *Deadly Deception: General Electric, Nuclear Weapons and Our Environment. Women's Educational Media, Inc. Prod.; Debra Chasnoff.
  • A Little Vicious. Film and Video Workshop, Inc. Prod.; Immy Humes.
  • The Mark of the Maker. McGowan Film and Video, Inc. Prod.; David McGowan.
  • Memorial: Letters from American Soldiers. Couturie Co. Prod.; Bill Couturie and Bernard Edelman.

FEATURES

  • Death on the Job. Half-Court Pictures, Ltd. Prod.; Vince DiPersio and William Guttentag.
  • Doing Time: Life Inside the Big House. Video Verite Prod.; Alan Raymond and Susan Raymond.
  • *In the Shadow of the Stars. Light-Saraf Films Prod.; Allie Light and Irving Saraf.
  • The Restless Conscience. Hava Kohav Beller Prod.; Hava Kohav Beller.
  • Wild By Law. Florentine Films Prod.; Lawrence Hott and Diane Garey.

1992

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • At the Edge of Conquest: The Journey of Chief Wai-Wai. Realis Picture Inc. Prod.; Geoffrey O'Connor.
  • Beyond Imaging: Margaret Anderson and the "Little Review." Wendy L. Weinberg Prod.; Wendy L. Weinberg.
  • The Colours of My Father: A Portrait of Sam Borenstein. Imageries P.B. Ltd. Prod. with the National Film Board of Canada; Richard Elson and Sally Bochner.
  • *Educating Peter. State of the Art, Inc. Prod.; Thomas C. Goodwin and Gerardine Wurzburg.
  • When Abortion Was illegal: Untold Stories. Concentric Media Prod.; Dorothy Fadiman.

FEATURES

  • Changing Our Minds: The Story of Dr. Evelyn Hooker. Intrepid Prod.; David Haugland.
  • Fires of Kuwait. Black Sun Films, Ltd ./IMAX Corp. Prod .; Sally Dundas.
  • Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II. Miles Educational Film Prod., Inc.; William Miles and Nina Rosenblum.
  • Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann. Alternate Current Inc./Les Films d'ici Prod.; Margaret Smilow and Roma Baran.
  • *The Panama Deception. Empowerment Project Prod .; Barbara Trent and David Kasper.

1993

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Blood Ties: The Life and Work of Sally Mann. Moving Target Prod.; Steven Cantor and Peter Spirer.
  • Chicks in White Satin. University of Southern California School of Cinema Television; Elaine Holliman and Jason Schneider.
  • *Defending Our Lives. Cambridge Documentary Films Prod.; Margaret Lazarus and Renner Wunderlich.

FEATURES

  • The Broadcast Tapes of Dr. Peter. Canadian Broadcasting Corp./HBO Films Prod.; David Paperny and Arthur Ginsberg.
  • Children of Fate. Young/Friedson Prod.; Susan Todd and Andrew Young.
  • For Better or For Worse. David Collier Production; David Collier and Betsy Thompson.
  • *I am a Promise: The Children of Stanton Elementary School. Verite Films Prod.; Susan Raymond and Alan Raymond.
  • The War Room. R.J. Cutler/Wendy Ettinger/Frazer Pennebaker Prod.; D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus.

1994

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Blues Highway. Half-Court Pictures, Ltd./National Geographic Society Prod .; Vince Persio and Bi U Guttentag.
  • 89mm od Europy (89mm from Europe). Studio Fil m owe "Ka l ejd oskop"ffelewizj a Polska Prod.; Marcel Lozinski
  • School of tke Affleriees Assassins. Richter Prod. Film ; Robert Richter .
  • Straight from the Heart. Woman Vi si on Prod. ; Dee Mosbacher, Frances Reid .
  • *A Time for Justice. Guggenheim Prod ., lnc. for the Southern Poverty Law Center; Charles Guggenheim .

FEATURES

  • Complaints of a Dutiful Daughter. DI D
  • Production ; Deborah Hoffmann .
  • D-Day Remembered . Guggenheim Prod ., Inc. for the Nati onal 0-Day Museum ; Charles Guggenheim.
  • Freedom on My Mind . Clarity Film Prod .; Connie Field, Marilyn Mulford.
  • A Great Day in Harlem . Jean Bach Prod ./Castle Hill ; Jean Bach .
  • *Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision . American Film Foundation/Sanders and Mock Prod .; Freida Lee Mock, Terry Sanders.

1995

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Jim Dine: A Self-Portrait on the Walls. Outside in July , inc., Prod .; Nancy Dine, Richard Stilwell.
  • The Living Sea. MacGillivray Freeman Films Prod. ; Greg MacGillivray, Alec Lorimore.
  • Never Give Up: The 20th Century Odyssey of Herbert Zipper . American Film Foundation ; Terry Sanders, Freida Lee Mock.
  • *One Survivor Remembers . Home Box Office and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Prod .; Kary Antholis.
  • The Shadow of Hate. Guggenheim Prod., Inc. for the Southern Poverty Law Center; Charles Guggenheim.

FEATURES

  • *Anne Frank Remembered . Jon Blair Film Co. Ltd . Prod./Sony Pictures Classics; Jon Blair.
  • The Battle Over Citizen Kane. Lennon
  • Documentary Group Prod . for The American Experience; Thomas Len n on , Michael Epstein .
  • Fiddlefest: Roberta Tzavaras and Her East Harlem Violin Program . Four Oaks Foundation Prod .; Allan Miller , Walter Scheuer.
  • Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream . Turner Original Prod .; Mike Tollin , Fredric Golding. Troublesome Creek: A Midwestern . West City Films, inc. Prod .; Jeanne Jordan , Steven Ascher.

1996

SHORT SUBJECTS

  • Breathing Lessons: The Life and Work of Mark O'Brien. Inscrutable Film s/Pacific News Service Prod. ; Jessica Yu.
  • CosmicVoyage. Cosmic Voyage Inc. Prod. ; Jeffrey Marvin and Bayley Silleck.
  • An Essay on Matisse . Great Projects Film Co., Inc. Prod .; Perry Wolff.
  • Special Effects. NOVA/WGBH Boston Prod. ; Susanne Simpson and Ben Burtt.
  • The Wild Bunch: An Album in Montage . Tyru s Entertainment Prod .; Paul Seydor and Nick Redman .

FEATURES

  • The Line King: The Al Hirschfeld Story. Ti m es History Prod .; Susan W. Dryfoos.
  • Mandela . Cl i ni ca Estetico, Ltd . Prod. ; J o Menell and Angus Gibson .
  • Suzanne Farrell: Elusive Muse . Seashore Films, Inc. Prod .; Anne Belle and Deborah Dickson .
  • Tell the Truth and Run: George Seldes and the American Press. Never Tire Prod .; Rick Goldsmith.
  • When We Were Kings. DAS Films Ltd . Prod .; Leon Gast and David Sonenberg.
  • Our thanks to John Pavlik and A .M .P.A.S .for provision of this information.
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