Oscar Movies: 12 Years a Slave (2013)–Steve McQueen First Black Director-Producer of Best Picture

The Best Picture win made McQueen the first black producer ever to have received the award and the first black director to have directed a Best Picture winner.

Oscar 1985: Supporting Actor–Oscar, Critics Awards, Golden Globe, Festivals

Oscar: Don Ameche, Cocoon N.Y. Film Critics: Klaus Maria Brandauer, Out of Africa L.A. Film Critics: John Gielgud, Plenty, The Shooting Party National Society: John Gielgud (2 films) National Board: Klaus Maria Brandauer Golden Globes: British:     Share this:

Oscar 1984: Supporting Actor–Oscar, Critics Awards, Golden Globe, Festivals

Oscar: H.S. Ngor, The Killing Fields N.Y. Film Critics: Ralph Richardson, Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan L.A. Film Critics: Adolph Caesar, Soldier’s Story National Society: John Malkovich, Places in the Heart, The Killing Fields National Board: Golden Globes: British:     Share this:

Oscar 1983: Supporting Actor–Oscar, Critics Awards, Golden Globe, Festivals

Oscar: Jack Nicholson, Terms of Endearment N.Y. Film Critics: Nicholson L.A. Film Critics: Nicholson National Society: Nicholson National Board: Nicholson Golden Globes: Nicholson British:     Share this:

Oscar 1982: Supporting Actor–Oscar, Critics Awards, Golden Globe, Festivals

Oscar: Louis Gossett Jr. An Officer and Gentleman N.Y. Film Critics: John Lithgow, The World According to Garp L.A. Film Critics: National Society: National Board: Robert Preston, Victor/Victoria Golden Globes: British:     Share this: