75th Academy Awards

75th Academy Awards
Date Sunday, March 23, 2003
Site

Kodak Theatre, Hollywood, Los Angeles,California

Preshow

Jann Carl, Chris Connelly, Shaun Robinson

Host Steve Martin
Producer Gil Cates
Director Louis J. Horvitz
TV in the United States
Network ABC
Duration 3 hours, 30 minutes
Ratings 33.04 million
20.58 (Nielsen ratings)

Contents

  • 1 Major winners and nominees
    • 1.1 Feature films
    • 1.2 Acting
    • 1.3 Writing
    • 1.4 Directing
    • 1.5 Special honors
  • 2 Films with multiple nominations
  • 3 Films with multiple wins

Major Winners and Nominees

This is a breakdown of only major winners. For a complete list of nominees and winners, see: 75th Academy Awards nominees and winners

Feature Films

Award Winner Producer
Best motion picture Chicago> Marty Richards
Best foreign language film Nowhere in Africa> Germany
Best documentary feature Bowling for Columbine> Michael Moore and Michael Donovan
Best animated feature Spirited Away> Hayao Miyazaki

Acting

Award Winner Film
Best actor in a leading role Adrien Brody The Pianist
Best actress in a leading role Nicole Kidman The Hours
Best actor in a supporting role Chris Cooper Adaptation.
Best actress in a supporting role Catherine Zeta-Jones Chicago

Writing

Award Winner Film
Original screenplay Pedro Almodóvar Talk to Her
Adapted screenplay Ronald Harwood The Pianist

Directing

Award Winner Film
Academy Award for Directing Roman Polanski The Pianist

Special honors

Award Winner Film
Academy Honorary Award Peter O'Toole Acting

Major Winners and Nominees

This is a breakdown of only major winners. For a complete list of nominees and winners, see: 75th Academy Awards nominees and winners

Feature Films

Award Winner Producer
Best motion picture Chicago> Marty Richards
Best foreign language film Nowhere in Africa> Germany
Best documentary feature Bowling for Columbine> Michael Moore and Michael Donovan
Best animated feature Spirited Away> Hayao Miyazaki

Acting

Award Winner Film
Best actor in a leading role Adrien Brody The Pianist
Best actress in a leading role Nicole Kidman The Hours
Best actor in a supporting role Chris Cooper Adaptation
Best actress in a supporting role Catherine Zeta-Jones Chicago

Writing

Award Winner Film
Original screenplay Pedro Almodóvar Talk to Her
Adapted screenplay Ronald Harwood The Pianist

Directing

Award Winner Film
Academy Award for Directing Roman Polanski The Pianist

Special Honors

Award Winner Film
Academy Honorary Award Peter O'Toole Acting

 

Filims With Multiple Nominations
  • Chicago
  • Gangs of New York
  • The Hours
  • The Pianist

13 Nominations

10 Nominations

9 Nominations

7 Nominations

  • Frida
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
  • Road to Perdition
  • Adaptation.
  • Talk to Her

6 Nominations

5 Nominations

4 Nominations

2 Nominations

 

Films With Multiple Wins
  • Chicago
  • The Pianist
  • Frida
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
6 Awards
3 Awards
2 Awards