Oscar / Best Short Film

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The Oscar for the best short film has been awarded since 1932. Over the decades, the category went through several changes. From 1932 to 1935 two prizes were awarded for short films , in which comedies (comedy) and other topics (novelty) were distinguished. From 1936 to 1957, the category was broken down by content, instead two prizes were awarded for short films with different running times: One-Reeler with a running time of up to 15 minutes and Two-Reeler with a running time of up to 30 minutes. In addition, in 1936 and 1937, when the new Technicolor process took off, prizes were awarded for the best short films in color.

Since 1958 only one prize has been awarded for short films. There has also been a category for animated short films since 1932 and a category for the best documentary short film since 1942 . After the Mexican film Centinelas del silencio was awarded both the best short film and the best documentary short film in 1972, the rules were changed so that short films can only be nominated in one category.

While short films were an integral part of the film programs in the first few decades, they are now mainly shown at short film festivals . Therefore - unlike the Oscars for feature films - not only short films that have been shown publicly in Los Angeles can be nominated, but also films that have received awards at selected film festivals and winners of the Student Academy Awards . Films with a running time of less than 40 minutes are considered short films. Until 1988, the Oscar for the best short film was awarded exclusively to the producers, since then up to two people can be named as award winners (director and producer).

Films qualify for an Oscar in the year following their release. The table below shows the winners according to the year they were awarded.


year Award winners for the movie Nominations
1932 Comedy
Hal Roach
The grueling piano transport Mack Sennett for The Loud Mouth
RKO Radio for Scratch-As-Catch-Can
Mack Sennett
Wrestling Swordfish Paramount Publix for Screen Souvenirs
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for Swing High
1934 Comedy
Louis Brock
So This Is Harris! Warren Doane for Mister Mugg
Louis Brock for A Preferred List
Joe Rock (with Educational Pictures )
Krakatoa Pete Smith Menu
Educational Pictures for Morze
1935 Comedy
Kenneth Macgowan
La Cucaracha Jules White for Men In Black
Warner Bros. for What, No Men!
Stacy Woodard , Horace Woodard
City of Wax Skibo Productions for Bosom Friends
Pete Smith for Strikes and Spares
1936 Comedy
Jack Chertok
How to Sleep Jules White for Oh, My Nerves
Hal Roach for The Tainted Honor
Gaumont -British and Skibo Productions
Wings Over Everest Pete Smith for Audioscopiks
Universal for Camera Thrills
1937 Color
Warner Bros.
Give Me Liberty Lewis Lewyn for La Fiesta de Santa Barbara
Paramount for Popular Science J-6-2
Hal Roach
Bored of Education Paramount for Moscow Moods
Pete Smith for Wanted - A Master
The Public Pays Warner Bros. for Double or Nothing
RKO Radio for Dummy Ache
1938 Color
Pete Smith
Penny Wisdom Warner Bros. for The Man Without a Country
Paramount for Popular Science J-7-1
Skibo Productions
The Private Life of the Gannets Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for A Night at the Movies
Pete Smith for Romance of Radium
Torture Money RKO Radio for Deep South
RKO Radio for Should Wives Work?
1939 One-Reel
That Mothers Might Live Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for The Great Heart
20th Century Fox for Timber Toppers
Warner Bros.
The Declaration of Independence Warner Bros. for Swingtime in the Movies
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for They're Always Caught
1940 One-Reel
Busy little bears RKO Radio for the first episode of Information Please
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for Prophet Without Honor
Warner Bros. for Sword Fishing
Warner Bros.
Sons of Liberty Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for Drunk Driving
RKO Radio for Five Times Five


year Award winners for the movie Nominations
1941 One-reel
Pete Smith
Quicker'n a wink Warner Bros. for London Can Take It!
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for More About Nostradamus
RKO Radio for Siege
Warner Bros.
Teddy the Rough Rider Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for Eyes of the Navy
Warner Bros. for Service with the Colors
1942 One-Reel
Of pups and puzzles Pete Smith for Army Champions
Paramount for Beauty and the Beach
Paramount for Down on the Farm
Warner Bros. for Forty Boys and a Song
Warner Bros. for Kings of the Turf
20th Century-Fox for Sagebrush and Silver
Main Street on the March! Woodard Productions for Alive in the Deep
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for Forbidden Passage
Warner Bros. for The Gay Parisian
Warner Bros. for The Tanks Are Coming
1943 One-Reel
And Their Families 20th Century-Fox for Desert Wonderland
Pete Smith for Marines in the Making
Warner Bros. for The United States Marine Band
Warner Bros.
Beyond the line of duty Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for Don't Talk
RKO Radio for Private Smith of the USA
1944 One-Reel
Grantland Rice
Amphibious Fighters Gordon Hollingshead for Cavalcade of Dance
Edmund Reek for Champions Carry On
Ralph Staub for Screen Snapshots Series 23, No. 1: Hollywood in uniform
Pete Smith for Seeing Hands
Jerry Bresler , Sam Coslow
Heavenly Music Frederic Ullman junior for Letter to a Hero
Walter MacEwen for Mardi Gras
Gordon Hollingshead for Women at War
1945 One-Reel
Jerry Fairbanks
Who's Who in Animal Land Edmund Reek for Blue Grass Gentlemen
Gordon Hollingshead for Jammin 'the Blues
Pete Smith for Movie Pests
Ralph Staub for Screen Snapshots' 50th Anniversary of Motion Pictures
Gordon Hollingshead
I won't play! Louis Harris for Bombalera
Jerry Bresler for Main Street Today
1946 One-Reel
Herbert Moulton , Jerry Bresler
Stairway to Light Edmund Reek for Along the Rainbow Trail
Ralph Staub for Screen Snapshots Series 25, No. 1: 25th Anniversary
Gordon Hollingshead for Story of a Dog
Grantland Rice for White Rhapsody
Joseph O'Brien , Thomas Mead for Your National Gallery
Gordon Hollingshead
Star in the night Chester M. Franklin for A Gun in His Hand
Jules White for The Jury Goes Round 'n' Round
George Templeton for The Little Witch
1947 One-Reel
Gordon Hollingshead
Facing Your Danger Jack Eaton for Dive-Hi Champs
Edmund Reek for Golden Horses
Gordon Hollingshead for Smart as a Fox
Pete Smith for Sure Cures
Gordon Hollingshead
A Boy and His Dog George Templeton for College Queen
Jules White for Hiss and Yell
Jerry Bresler for The Luckiest Guy in the World
1948 One-Reel
Herbert Moulton
Goodbye, Miss Turlock Thomas Mead for Brooklyn, USA
Jerry Fairbanks for Moon Rockets
Pete Smith for Now You See It
Gordon Hollingshead for So You Want to Be in Pictures
Irving Allen
Climbing the Matterhorn Harry Gray for Champagne for Two
Thomas Mead for Fight of the Wild Stallions
Herbert Morgan for Give Us the Earth!
Ben K. Blake for A Voice Is Born
1949 One-Reel
Edmund Reek
Männniskor i stad Herbert Moulton for Annie Was a Wonder
Gordon Hollingshead for Cinderella Horse
Gordon Hollingshead for So You Want to Be on the Radio
Pete Smith for You Can't Win
Walt Disney
The Robben Island (Seal Iceland) Gordon Hollingshead for Calgary Stampede
Herbert Morgan for Going to Blazes!
Harry Gray for Samba Mania
Thomas Mead for Snow Capers
1950 One-Reel
Jack Eaton
Aquatic House Party Justin B. Herman for Roller Derby Girl
Gordon Hollingshead for So You Think You're Not Guilty
Walton C. Ament for Spills and Chills
Pete Smith for Water Trix
Gaston Diehl , Robert Hessens
Van Gogh William R. Lasky for Boy and the Eagle
Irving Allen for Chase of Death
Gordon Hollingshead for The Grass Is Always Greener
Gordon Hollingshead for Snow Carnival


year Award winners for the movie Nominations
1951 One-Reel
Gordon Hollingshead
Grandad of Races Robert Youngson for Blaze Busters
Pete Smith for Wrong Way Butch
Walt Disney
In Beaver Valley Falcon Films for Grandma Moses
Gordon Hollingshead for My Country 'Tis of Thee
1952 One-Reel
Robert Youngson
World of Kids Jack Eaton for Ridin 'the Rails
Robert G. Leffingwell for The Story of Time
Walt Disney
Earth, the great unknown (Nature's Half Acre) Les Films du Compas for Balzac
Tom Mead for Danger Under the Sea
1953 One-Reel
Boris Vermont
Light in the Window: The Art of Vermeer Jack Eaton for Athletes of the Saddle
Gordon Hollingshead for Desert Killer
Norman McLaren for Neighbors
Crown Film Unit for Royal Scotland
Walt Disney
Waterfowl (Water Birds) London Film Productions for Bridge of Time
Herbert Morgan for Devil Take Us
Gordon Hollingshead for Thar She Blows!
1954 One-reel
Johnny Green
Overture to The Merry Wives of Windsor Vincenzo Lucci-Chiarissi for Christ Among the Primitives
National Film Board of Canada for Herring Hunt
Boris Vermont for Joy of Living; The Art of Renoir
Jack Eaton for Wee Water Wonders
Walt Disney
In the land of the bears (Bear Country) Walt Disney for Ben and I
Dublin Gate Theater Productions for Return to Glennascaul
Otto Lang for Vesuvius Express
Cedric Francis for Winter Paradise
1955 One-Reel
Robert Youngson
This Mechanical Age Otto Lang for The First Piano Quartets
Johnny Green for Strauss Fantasy
Denis Sanders and Terry Sanders
A time out of war Cedric Francis for Beauty and the Bull
Otto Lang for Jet Carrier
Walt Disney for Siam - Land and People
1956 One-Reel
Edmund Reek
Survival City Robert Youngson for Gadgets Galore
Carson Davidson for 3rd Ave. El
Justin B. Herman for Three Kisses
Wilbur T. Blume
The Face of Lincoln Cedric Francis for 24 Hour Alert
Dore Schary for The Battle of Gettysburg
George K. Arthur for On the Twelfth Day
Walt Disney for Switzerland
1957 One-Reel
Konstantin Kalser
Crashing the Water Barrier Robert Youngson for I Never Forget a Face
Cedric Francis for Time Stood Still
George K. Arthur
The Bespoke Overcoat Larry Lansburgh for Cow Dog
John Healy for The Dark Wave
Walt Disney for Samoa
1958 Larry Lansburgh The Wetback Hound Norman McLaren for The Story of
Tom Daly Chair for City of Gold
James Carr for Foothold on Antarctica
Ben Sharpsteen for Portugal
1959 Walt Disney Grand Canyon Ian Ferguson for Journey Into Spring
John Patrick Hayes for The Kiss
New Zealand Screen Board for Snows of Aorangi
James A. Lebenthal for T Is for Tumbleweed
1960 Jacques-Yves Cousteau Histoire d'un poisson rouge Ian Ferguson for Between the Tides
Walt Disney for Secrets of the Deep
Peter Sellers for The Running Jumping & Standing Still Film
Shirley Clarke , Willard Van Dyke and Irving Jacoby for Skyscraper


year Award winners for the movie Nominations
1961 Ezra R. Baker Day of the Painter Charles F. Schwep and Ismail Merchant for The Creation of Woman
Walt Disney for Islands in the Sea
Leslie Winik for A Sport Is Born
1962 Hilary Harris for Templar Film Studios Seawards the Great Ships Ciné-Documents for Ballon vole (Play Ball!)
John D. Jennings for The Face of Jesus
Robert Gaffney for Rooftops of New York
National Film Board of Canada for Very Nice, Very Nice
1963 Pierre Étaix and Jean-Claude Carrière Heureux Anniversaire Martina Huguenot van der Linden and Charles Huguenot van der Linden
for Big City Blues
Robert Clouse for The Cadillac
Hayward Anderson for The Cliff Dwellers
Herman van der Horst for Pan
1964 Paul de Roubaix and Marcel Ichac La rivière du hibou Ezra R. Baker for Koncert
James Hill for The Home-Made Car
Christopher Miles for The Six-Sided Triangle
Walker Stuart for That's Me
1965 Edward Schreiber Casals Conducts: 1964 Carson Davidson for Help! My Snowman's Burning Down
Robert Clouse for The Legend of Jimmy Blue Eyes
1966 Claude Berri Le poulet Lothar Wolff for Wehrhafte Switzerland (Fortress of Peace)
Marshall Backlar and Noel Black for Skaterdater
Edgar Anstey for Snow
Jim Henson for Timepiece
1967 Edgar Anstey Wild wings Derek Williams for Turkey the Bridge
Leslie Winik for The Winning Strain
1968 Christopher Chapman A place to stand Julian Biggs for Paddle to the Sea
John Ferno for Sky Over Holland
Len Janson and Chuck Menville for Stop, Look and Listen
1969 Charles Guggenheim Robert Kennedy Remembered George Coe , Sidney Davis and Anthony Lover for De Düva
National Film Board of Canada for Pas de deux
John Astin for Prelude
1970 Joan Keller star The Magic Machines Douglas Jackson for Blake
Marc Merson for People Soup


year Award winners for the movie Nominations
1971 John Longenecker The Resurrection of Broncho Billy Robert Siegler for Shut Up… I'm Crying
John Hancock for Sticky My Fingers… Fleet My Feet
1972 Manuel Arango and Robert Amram Centinelas del silencio Denny Evans and Ken Greenwald for Good Morning
Stephen F. Verona for The Rehearsal
1973 Richard Barclay Norman Rockwell's World… An American Dream Ron Satlof and Ray Gideon for Frog Story
David Adams for solo
1974 Allan Miller and William Fertik The Bolero Richard Gayer for Clockmaker
Pen Densham and John Watson for Life Times Nine
1975 Paul Claudon and Edmond Séchan … Les borgnes sont Rois Dewitt Jones for Climb
Julian Chagrin and Claude Chagrin for The Concert
George V. Casey for Planet Ocean
Andrew Welsh and George Pastic for The Violin
1976 Bert Salzman Angel and Big Joe Louis Marcus for Conquest of Light
Larry Lansburgh and Brian Lansburgh for Dawn Flight
Barry Spinello for A Day in the Life of Bonnie Consolo
Alan Beattie for Doubletalk
1977 Andre R. Guttfreund and Peter Werner In the Region of Ice Marjorie Anne Short for Kudzu
Julian Chagrin and Claude Chagrin for The Morning Spider
Claire Wilbur and Robin Lehman for Nightlife
Dyan Cannon and Vince Cannon for Number One
1978 Beverly Shaffer and Yuki Yoshida I'll find a way William E. McEuen for The Absent-Minded Waiter
Jerry Butts for Floating Free
Saul Bass for Notes on the Popular Arts
Philip Dauber for Spaceborne
1979 Taylor Hackford Teenage Father Jim Belcher and Fern Field for A Different Approach
Andrew Sugerman for Mandy's Grandmother
Seth Pinsker for Strange Fruit
1980 Sarah Pillsbury and Ron Ellis Board and Care Roman Kroitor and Stefan Wodoslawsky for Bravery in the Field
Carol Lowell and Ross Lowell for Oh Brother, My Brother
Saul Bass and Michael Britton for The Solar Film
Harry Mathias, Jay Zukerman and Larry Hankin for Solly's Diner


year Award winners for the movie Nominations
1981 Lloyd Phillips The dollar bottom Bob Carmichael and Greg Lowe for Fall Line
Sally Heckel for A Jury of Her Peers
1982 Paul Kemp and Shelley Levinson Violet Christine Oestreicher for Couples and Robbers
John N. Smith for First Winter
1983 Christine Oestreicher A shocking accident Bob Rogers for Ballet Robotique
Michael Toshiyuki Uno and Joseph Benson for The Silence
Jan Saunders for Split Cherry Tree
Andrew Birkin for Sredni Vashtar
1984 Janice L. Platt Boys and Girls Ian Emes for Goodie-Two-Shoes
Jon N. Bloom for Overnight Sensation
1985 Mike Hoover Up Michael MacMillan and Janice L. Platt for The Painted Door
Sharon Oreck and Lesli Linka Glatter for Tales of Meeting and Parting
1986 Jeffrey D. Brown and Chris Pelzer Molly's Pilgrim Dianna Costello for Graffiti
Bob Rogers for Rainbow War
1987 Chuck Workman Precious Images Stefano Reali and Pino Quartullo for Exit
Fredda Weiss for Love Struck
1988 Jonathan Sanger and Jana Sue Memel Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall Ann Wingate for Making Waves
Robert A. Katz for Shoeshine
1989 Dean Parisot and Steven Wright The Appointments of Dennis Jennings Matia Karrell and Abbee Goldstein for Cadillac Dreams
George deGolian and Gary Moss for Gullah Tales
1990 James Hendrie Work experience Robert Nixon for Amazon Diary
Jonathan Tammuz for The Childeater


year Award winners for the movie Nominations
1991 Adam Davidson The lunch date Raymond De Felitta and Matthew Gross for Bronx Cheers
Peter Cattaneo and Barnaby Thompson for Dear Rosie
Bernard Joffa and Anthony E. Nicholas for Senzeni Na?
Hillary Ripps and Jonathan Heap 12:01 PM
1992 Seth Winston and Rob Fried Session Man Stephen Kessler and Thomas R. Conroy for Birch Street Gym
David M. Massey for Last Breeze of Summer
1993 Sam Karmann omnibus Jonathan Darby and Jana Sue Memel for Contact
Matt Palmieri for Cruise Control
Christian Taylor for The Lady in Waiting
Kenneth Branagh and David Parfitt for Swan Song
1994 Pepe Danquart Dodger Stacy Title and Jonathan Penner for Down on the Waterfront
Susan Seidelman and Jonathan Brett for The Flemish Master
Peter Weller and Jana Sue Memel for Partners
Didier Flamand for La vis
1995 Peter Capaldi and Ruth Kenley-Letts
Peggy Rajski and Randy Stone
Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life
Sean Astin and Christine Astin for Kangaroo Court
JoBeth Williams and Michele McGuire for On Hope
Paul Unwin and Nick Vivian for Syrup
1996 Christine Lahti and Jana Sue Memel Lieberman in Love Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas for Kehrmänner
Griffin Dunne and Thom Colwell for Duke of Groove
Jeff Goldblum and Tikki Goldberg for Little Surprises
Dianne Houston and Joy Ryan for Tuesday Morning Ride
1997 David Frankel and Barry Jossen Dear Diary Antonio Urrutia for De Tripas, Corazon
Kim Magnusson and Anders Thomas Jensen for Ernst and the light
Juan Carlos Fresnadillo for Esposados
Bernadette Carranza and Antonello De Leo for Senza parole
1998 Chris Tashima and Chris Donahue Visas and Virtue Pearse Moore and Tim Loane for Dance Lexie Dance
Roger Goldby and Barney Reisz for It's Good to Talk
Birger Larsen and Thomas Lydholm for Sweethearts
Kim Magnusson and Anders Thomas Jensen for Wolfgang
1999 Kim Magnusson and Anders Thomas Jensen Election night Will Speck and Josh Gordon for Culture
Alexander Jovy and JJ Keith for Holiday Romance
Vivian Goffette for La carte postale
Simon Sandquist and Joel Bergvall for Victor
2000 Barbara Schock , Tammy Tiehel My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York Henrik Ruben Genz and Michael W. Horsten for Theis and Nico
Mehdi Norowzian and Steve Wax for Killing Joe
Marc-Andreas Bochert and Gabriele Lins for small change
Marcus Olsson for Stora & små mirakel


year Award winners for the movie Nominations
2001 Florian Gallenberger Quiero ser Peter Riegert and Ericka Frederick for By Courier
Joan Stein and Christina Lazaridi for One Day Crossing
Gail Lerner and Colin Campbell for Seraglio
Paulo Machline for Uma História de Futebol
2002 Ray McKinnon and Lisa Blount The Accountant Virgil Widrich for Copy Shop
Johannes Kiefer for Gregor's greatest invention
Sławomir Fabicki and Bogumil Godfrejow for Meska sprawa
Kalman Apple and Shameela Bakhsh for Speed ​​for Thespians
2003 Martin Strange-Hansen and Mie Andreasen He en yndig mand Dirk Beliën and Anja Daelemans for Fait d'hiver
Philippe Orreindy and Thomas Gaudin for J'attendrai le suivant…
Steve Pasvolsky and Joe Weatherstone for Inja
Lexi Alexander and Alexander Buono for Johnny Flynton
2004 Aaron Schneider and Andrew J. Sacks Two soldiers Florian Baxmeyer for The Red Jacket
Bobby Garabedian and William Zabka for Most
Lionel Bailliu for Squash
Stefan Arsenijević for (A) Torzija
2005 Andrea Arnold Wasps ( wasp ) Gary McKendry for Everything in This Country Must
Ashvin Kumar for Little Terrorist
Nacho Vigalondo for 7:35 de la mañana
Taika Waititi and Ainsley Gardiner for Two Cars, One Night
2006 Martin McDonagh Six shooter Ulrike Grote for Der Ausreißer
Sean Ellis and Lene Bausager for Cashback
Rúnar Rúnarsson and Thor S. Sigurjónsson for Síðasti bærinn
Rob Pearlstein and Pia Clemente for Our Time Is Up
2007 Ari Sandel West Bank Story Javier Fesser and Luis Manso for Binta y la gran idea
Borja Cobeaga for Éramos pocos
Søren Pilmark and Kim Magnusson for Helmer & Søn
Peter Templeman and Stuart Parkyn for The Savior
2008 Philippe Pollet-Villard Mozart the pickpockets (Le Mozart des pickpockets) Christian E. Christiansen and Louise Vesth for Om natten
Andrea Jublin for representing
Guido Thys and Anja Daelemans for Tanghi Argentini
Daniel Barber and Matthew Brown for The Tonto Woman
2009 Jochen Alexander Freydank Toy land Reto Caffi for On the Route
Dorte Warnø Høgh and Tivi Magnusson for Grisen
Elizabeth Marre and Olivier Pont for Manon sur le bitume
Steph Green and Tamara Anghie for New Boy
2010 Joachim Back and Tivi Magnusson The New Tenants Juanita Wilson and James Flynn for The Door
Patrik Eklund and Mathias Fjellström for Istället för Abrakadabra
Gregg Helvey for Kavi
Luke Doolan and Drew Bailey for Miracle Fish


year Award winners for the movie Nominations
2011 Luke Matheny God of Love Tanel Toom for The Confession
Michael Creagh for The Crush
Ivan Goldschmidt for Na Wewe
Ian Barnes and Samantha Waite for Wish 143
2012 Terry George and Oorlagh George The Shore Andrew Bowler and Gigi Causey for Time Freak
Terry George and Oorlagh George for The Shore
Peter McDonald and Eimear O'Kane for Pentecost
Hallvar Witzø for Tuba Atlantic -
Max Zähle and Stefan Gieren for Raju were subsequently disqualified
2013 Shawn Christensen Curfew Bryan Buckley and Mino Jarjoura for Asad
Sam French and Ariel Nasr for Buzkashi Boys
Tom Van Avermaet and Ellen De Waele for Death of a Shadow (Dood van een Schaduw)
Yan England for Henry
2014 Walter Kim Magnusson is different
helium Esteban Crespo for Aquél no era yo
Xavier Legrand and Alexandre Gavras for Avant que de tout perdre
Selma Vilhunen and Kirsikka Saari for Pitääkö mun kaikki hoitaa?
Mark Gill and Baldwin Li for The Voorman Problem
2015 Mat Kirkby
James Lucas
The phone call Oded Binnun and Mihal Brezis for Aya
Michael Lennox and Ronan Blaney for Boogaloo and Graham
Hu Wei and Julien Féret for Ein Bild für die Ewigkeit (La lampe au beurre de yak)
Talkhon Hamzavi and Stefan Eichenberger for Parvaneh
2016 Serena Armitage
Benjamin Cleary
Stutterer Patrick Vollrath for Everything will be fine
Eric Dupont and Basil Khalil for Ave Maria
Henry Hughes for Day One
Jamie Donoughue for Shok
2017 Kristóf Deák
Anna Udvardy
Mindenki Sélim Azzazi for Ennemis intérieurs
Timo von Gunten and Giacun Caduff for Die Frau und der Schnellzug
Aske Bang and Kim Magnusson for Silent Nights
Juanjo Giménez for Timecode
2018 Chris Overton
Rachel Shenton
The silent child Reed Van Dyk for DeKalb Elementary
Derin Seale and Josh Lawson for The Eleven O'Clock
Kevin Wilson, Jr. for My Nephew Emmett
Katja Benrath and Tobias Rosen for Watu Wote - All of us
2019 Guy Nattiv
Jaime Ray Newman
skin Vincent Lambe and Darren Mahon for In Custody
Jeremy Comte and Maria Gracia Turgeon for Fauve
Marianne Farley and Marie-Hélène Panisset for Marguerite
Rodrigo Sorogoyen and María del Puy Alvarado for Mother
2020 Marshall curry The Neighbors' Window Meryam Joobeur and Maria Gracia Turgeon for Brotherhood
Yves Piat and Damien Megherbi for Nefta Football Club
Bryan Buckley and Matt Lefebvre for Saria
Delphine Girard for Une sœur

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Richard Shale: Academy Awards: An Ungar Reference Index . Ungar, New York 1982, ISBN 0-8044-2819-0 , p. 226.
  2. AMPAS: Official Rules for the 83rd Academy Awards (accessed May 14, 2010).

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