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80th Academy Awards Headlined By ‘No Country For Old Men,’ ‘There Will Be Blood,’ ‘The Bourne Ultimatum’

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CHICAGO – “No Country For Old Men,” “Juno,” “Once,” “Atonement,” “The Bourne Ultimatum,” “There Will Be Blood,” “Ratatouille,” “The Golden Compass,” “Elizabeth: The Golden Age,” “La Vie en Rose,” “Michael Clayton” and more headlined the 80th Academy Awards on Feb. 24, 2008.

In total, “No Country For Old Men” led the pack with four Oscars followed by a surprising three for “The Bourne Ultimatum” and two for “There Will Be Blood”. A complete list of all 2008 Oscar winners at the 80th Academy Awards is found below. All image credits go to Oscar.com.

Best Picture:
Scott Rudin, Ethan Coen and Joel Coen for “No Country For Old Men”
Scott Rudin, Ethan Coen and Joel Coen for No Country For Old Men

Best Director:
Joel Coen and Ethan Coen for “No Country For Old Men”
Joel Coen and Ethan Coen for No Country For Old Men

Best Original Screenplay:
Diablo Cody for “Juno”
The HollywoodChicago.com interview with “Juno” writer Diablo Cody can be found here.
Diablo Cody for Juno

Best Adapted Screenplay:
Joel Coen and Ethan Coen for “No Country For Old Men”
Joel Coen and Ethan Coen for No Country For Old Men

Best Actor:
Daniel Day-Lewis for “There Will Be Blood”
Daniel Day-Lewis for There Will Be Blood

Best Actress:
Marion Cotillard for “La Vie en Rose”
Marion Cotillard for La Vie en Rose

Best Supporting Actor:
Javier Bardem for “No Country For Old Men”
Javier Bardem for No Country For Old Men

Best Supporting Actress:
Tilda Swinton for “Michael Clayton”
The HollywoodChicago.com interview with “Michael Clayton” director Tony Gilroy can be found here.
Tilda Swinton for Michael Clayton

Best Art Direction:
Dante Ferretti (art direction) and Francesca Lo Schiavo (set decoration) for “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”
Dante Ferretti and Francesca Lo Schiavo for Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Best Cinematography:
Robert Elswit for “There Will Be Blood”
Robert Elswit for There Will Be Blood

Best Film Editing:
Christopher Rouse for “The Bourne Ultimatum”
Christopher Rouse for The Bourne Ultimatum

Best Original Song:
“Falling Slowly” from “Once” (music and lyrics by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova)
The HollywoodChicago.com interview with “Once” director John Carney and stars Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova can be found here.
Falling Slowly from Once, music and lyrics by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova

Best Original Score:
Dario Marianelli for “Atonement”
Dario Marianelli for Atonement

Best Sound Mixing:
Scott Millan, David Parker and Kirk Francis for “The Bourne Ultimatum”
Scott Millan, David Parker and Kirk Francis for The Bourne Ultimatum

Best Sound Editing:
Karen Baker Landers and Per Hallberg for “The Bourne Ultimatum”
Karen Baker Landers and Per Hallberg for The Bourne Ultimatum

Best Visual Effects:
Michael Fink, Bill Westenhofer, Ben Morris and Trevor Wood for “The Golden Compass”
Michael Fink, Bill Westenhofer, Ben Morris and Trevor Wood for The Golden Compass

Best Costume Design:
Alexandra Byrne for “Elizabeth: The Golden Age”
Alexandra Byrne for Elizabeth: The Golden Age

Best Makeup:
Didier Lavergne and Jan Archibald for “La Vie en Rose”
Didier Lavergne and Jan Archibald for La Vie en Rose

Best Animated Feature:
Brad Bird for “Ratatouille”
Brad Bird for Ratatouille

Best Animated Short Film:
Suzie Templeton and Hugh Welchman for “Peter & the Wolf”
Suzie Templeton and Hugh Welchman for Peter and the Wolf

Best Documentary Feature:
Alex Gibney and Eva Orner for “Taxi to the Dark Side”
Alex Gibney and Eva Orner for Taxi to the Dark Side

Best Documentary Short Subject:
Cynthia Wade and Vanessa Roth for “Freeheld”
Cynthia Wade and Vanessa Roth for Freeheld

Best Live-Action Short Film:
Philippe Pollet-Villard for “Le Mozart des Pickpockets” (“The Mozart of Pickpockets”)
Philippe Pollet-Villard for The Mozart of Pickpockets

Best Foreign Language Film:
Stefan Ruzowitzky for “The Counterfeiters” (Austria)
Stefan Ruzowitzky for The Counterfeiters

Host Jon Stewart marked one of this year’s surprise moments when he offered for “Once” co-star Marketa Irglova – initially cut off by music – to return to the stage and deliver her acceptance speech. That speech has made its way to YouTube and can be seen below.

HollywoodChicago.com editor-in-chief Adam Fendelman

By ADAM FENDELMAN
Editor-in-Chief
HollywoodChicago.com
adam@hollywoodchicago.com

PatrickMcD's picture

THIS IS GREAT!

Thanks for doing this, Adam, on behalf of Oscar fans everywhere.

Hank’s in a band! www.myspace.com/thetelepaths

HollywoodChicago.com's picture

:-)

I started working on this because I really wanted see the “Once” get-back-up-on-stage speech again and then realized it’d be nice to be able to see (nearly) all the speeches, too.

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