Oscar Movies: Fugitive, The (1993)

Warner

Oscar Nominations: 7

Picture, produced by Arnold Kopelson
Supporting Actor: Tommy Lee Jones
Cinematography: Michael Chapman
Sound: Donald O. Mitchell, Michael Herbick, Frank A. Montano, and Scott D. Smith
Original Score: James Newton Howard
Film Editing: Dennis Virkler, David Einfer, Dean Goodhill, Don Brochu, Richard Nord, Dov Hoenig
Sound Effects Editing: John Leveque and Bruce Stanbler

Oscar Awards: 1

Supporting Actor

Oscar Context

The most nominated (12) picture in 1993, “Schindler's List” competed for the top award with the action-adventure “The Fugitive (7 nominations), Jim Sheridan's socially-conscious drama “In the Name of the Father” (7), Campion's “The Piano” (8), and Merchant-Ivory production of “The Remains of the Day,” which, with 8 nods but o Oscars, became the biggest Oscar loser of the year.

Sweeping most of the Oscars, “Schindler's List” won Picture, Director for Spielberg, Adapted Screenplay for Steven Zaillian, Cinematography for Janusz Kaminski, Score for John Williams, and Editing for Michael Kahn.

The Oscars for Sound and Sound Effects Editing honored the other film directed by Spielberg in 1993, “Jurassic Park.”