1980 Oscars 52nd Academy Awards

1980 Oscars 52nd Academy Awards

Winners Announced: April 14, 1980
Held at: Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, California
Host: Johnny Carson
Eligibility Year: 1979

All That Jazz and Kramer vs. Kramer each earned 9 nominations. Kramer vs Kramer won 5 Oscars. All That Jazz won 4.
Justin Henry, age 8, was the youngest Best Supporting Actor nominee ever



1980 Oscar Nominees and Winners

Best Picture:
Kramer vs. Kramer – Stanley R. Jaffe, producer (WINNER)
All That Jazz – Robert Alan Aurthur, producer (posthumous nomination)
Apocalypse Now – Francis Coppola, producer; Fred Roos, Gray Frederickson and Tom Sternberg, co-producers
Breaking Away – Peter Yates, producer
Norma Rae – Tamara Asseyev and Alex Rose, producers

Best Director:
Robert Benton – Kramer vs. Kramer (WINNER)
Bob Fosse – All That Jazz
Francis Ford Coppola – Apocalypse Now
Peter Yates – Breaking Away
Édouard Molinaro – La Cage aux Folles

Best Actor:
Dustin Hoffman – Kramer vs. Kramer as Ted Kramer (WINNER)
Jack Lemmon – The China Syndrome as Jack Godell
Al Pacino – …And Justice for All. as Arthur Kirkland
Roy Scheider – All That Jazz as Joseph “Joe” Gideon
Peter Sellers – Being There as Chance

Best Actress:
Sally Field – Norma Rae as Norma Rae Webster (WINNER)
Jill Clayburgh – Starting Over as Marilyn Holmberg
Jane Fonda – The China Syndrome as Kimberly Wells
Marsha Mason – Chapter Two as Jennie MacLaine
Bette Midler – The Rose as Mary Rose Foster

Best Supporting Actor:
Melvyn Douglas – Being There as Ben Rand (WINNER)
Robert Duvall – Apocalypse Now as Lieutenant Colonel William “Bill” Kilgore
Frederic Forrest – The Rose as Huston Dyer
Justin Henry – Kramer vs. Kramer as Billy Kramer
Mickey Rooney – The Black Stallion as Henry Dailey

Best Supporting Actress:
Meryl Streep – Kramer vs. Kramer as Joanna Kramer (WINNER)
Jane Alexander – Kramer vs. Kramer as Margaret Phelps
Barbara Barrie – Breaking Away as Evelyn Stoller
Candice Bergen – Starting Over as Jessica Potter
Mariel Hemingway – Manhattan as Tracy

Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen:
Breaking Away – Steve Tesich (WINNER)
All That Jazz – Robert Alan Aurthur (posthumous nomination) and Bob Fosse
…And Justice for All – Valerie Curtin and Barry Levinson
The China Syndrome – Mike Gray, T. S. Cook, and James Bridges
Manhattan – Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman

Best Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium:
Kramer vs. Kramer – Robert Benton based on the novel by Avery Corman (WINNER)
Apocalypse Now – Francis Coppola and John Milius based on the novel Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
La Cage aux Folles – Francis Veber, Édouard Molinaro, Marcello Danon and Jean Poiret based on the play by Jean Poiret
A Little Romance – Allan Burns based on the novel E=MC2 mon amour by Patrick Cauvin
Norma Rae – Irving Ravetch and Harriet Frank Jr. based on the book Crystal Lee, a Woman of Inheritance by Hank Leiferman

Best Foreign Language Film:
The Tin Drum (Federal Republic of Germany – West) (WINNER)
The Maids of Wilko (Poland)
Mama Turns 100 (Spain)
A Simple Story (France)
To Forget Venice (Italy)

Best Documentary Feature:
Best Boy – Ira Wohl (WINNER)
Generation on the Wind – David A. Vassar
Going the Distance – Paul Cowan and Jacques Bobet
The Killing Ground – Steve Singer and Tom Priestley
The War at Home – Glenn Silber and Barry Alexander Brown

Best Documentary Short Subject:
Paul Robeson: Tribute to an Artist – Saul J. Turell (WINNER)
Dae – Risto Teofilovski
Koryo Celadon – Donald A. Connolly and James R. Messenger
Nails – Phillip Borsos
Remember Me – Dick Young

Best Live Action Short Film:
Board and Care – Sarah Pillsbury and Ron Ellis (WINNER)
Bravery in the Field – Roman Kroitor and Stefan Wodoslawsky
Oh Brother, My Brother – Carol Lowell and Ross Lowell
The Solar Film – Saul Bass and Michael Britton
Solly’s Diner – Harry Mathias, Jay Zukerman and Larry Hankin

Best Animated Short Film:
Every Child – Derek Lamb (WINNER)
Dream Doll – Bob Godfrey
Its So Nice to Have a Wolf Around the House – Paul Fierlinger

Best Original Score:
A Little Romance – Georges Delerue (WINNER)
10 – Henry Mancini
The Amityville Horror – Lalo Schifrin
The Champ – Dave Grusin
Star Trek: The Motion Picture – Jerry Goldsmith

Best Original Song Score and Its Adaptation or Adaptation Score:
All That Jazz – Ralph Burns (WINNER)
Breaking Away – Patrick Williams
The Muppet Movie – Songs by Paul Williams and Kenny Ascher; Adaptation by Paul Williams

Best Original Song:
“It Goes Like It Goes” from Norma Rae – Music by David Shire; Lyrics by Norman Gimbel (WINNER)
“I’ll Never Say Goodbye” from The Promise – Music by David Shire; Lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman
“It’s Easy to Say” from 10 – Music by Henry Mancini; Lyrics by Robert Wells
“Rainbow Connection” from The Muppet Movie – Music and Lyrics by Paul Williams and Kenny Ascher
“Through the Eyes of Love” from Ice Castles – Music by Marvin Hamlisch; Lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager

Best Sound:
Apocalypse Now – Walter Murch, Mark Berger, Richard Beggs and Nat Boxer (WINNER)
1941 – Robert Knudson, Robert Glass, Don MacDougall and Gene Cantamessa
The Electric Horseman – Arthur Piantadosi, Les Fresholtz, Michael Minkler and Al Overton Jr.
Meteor – William McCaughey, Aaron Rochin, Michael J. Kohut and Jack Solomon
The Rose – Theodore Soderberg, Douglas Williams, Paul Wells and Jim Webb

Best Costume Design:
All That Jazz – Albert Wolsky (WINNER)
Agatha – Shirley Russell
Butch and Sundance: The Early Days – William Ware Theiss
The Europeans – Judy Moorcroft
La Cage aux Folles – Piero Tosi and Ambra Danon

Best Art Direction:
All That Jazz – Art Direction: Philip Rosenberg and Tony Walton; Set Decoration: Edward Stewart and Gary J. Brink (WINNER)
Alien – Art Direction: Michael Seymour, Leslie Dilley and Roger Christian; Set Decoration: Ian Whittaker
Apocalypse Now – Art Direction: Dean Tavoularis and Angelo P. Graham; Set Decoration: George R. Nelson
The China Syndrome – Art Direction: George Jenkins; Set Decoration: Arthur Jeph Parker
Star Trek: The Motion Picture – Art Direction: Harold Michelson, Joe Jennings, Leon Harris and John Vallone; Set Decoration: Linda DeScenna

Best Cinematography:
Apocalypse Now – Vittorio Storaro (WINNER)
1941 – William A. Fraker
All That Jazz – Giuseppe Rotunno
The Black Hole – Frank Phillips
Kramer vs. Kramer – Néstor Almendros

Best Film Editing:
All That Jazz – Alan Heim (WINNER)
Apocalypse Now – Richard Marks, Walter Murch, Gerald B. Greenberg and Lisa Fruchtman
The Black Stallion – Robert Dalva
Kramer vs. Kramer – Jerry Greenberg
The Rose – Robert L. Wolfe and C. Timothy O’Meara

Best Visual Effects:
Alien – H. R. Giger, Carlo Rambaldi, Brian Johnson, Nick Allder and Dennis Ayling (WINNER)
1941 – Gregory Jein, William A. Fraker and A. D. Flowers
The Black Hole – Peter Ellenshaw, Art Cruickshank, Eustace Lycett, Danny Lee, Harrison Ellenshaw and Joe Hale
Moonraker – Derek Meddings, Paul Wilson and John Evans
Star Trek: The Motion Picture – Douglas Trumbull, John Dykstra, Richard Yuricich, Robert Swarthe, Dave Stewart and Grant McCune

Special Achievement Award:
Alan Splet for sound effects editing in The Black Stallion

Academy Honorary Awards:
Hal Elias
Alec Guinness

Medal of Commendation:
John O. Aalberg
Charles G. Clarke
John G. Frayne

Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award:
Robert Benjamin

Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award:
Ray Stark

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