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And The Winner Still Is Podcast: The 1993 Oscars

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Matt Taylor and our film editor Marisa Carpico are finally back for the fourth season of their Oscar retrospective podcast, And the Winner Still Is… This podcast drops every Tuesday.

In this podcast series, Matt and Marisa go in the way-back machine to break down the the Best Picture winner and nominees as well as the major categories like Director, Actresses and Actors. They discuss the context in which the winners won, looking back on things should they have win and are they still award-worthy today. They also discuss the losers, the snubs and films, directors and performers they’d nominate.

Season 4 continues with a trip to the early ’90s, when Steve Spielberg’s heart-wrenching Schindler’s List won Best Picture. Elsewhere in the episode they discuss Angela Bassett’s first Best Actress nomination for What’s Love Got to Do With It?, Rosie Perez’s star turn in Fearless, and they bring up some all-time favorites in the For Your Consideration category.

For the other major categories, the nominees for the 1993 Oscars (66th Academy Awards) were:

Best Picture:

Schindler’s List (winner)
The Fugitive
In the Name of the Father
The Piano
Remains of the Day

Best Director:

Steven Spielberg – Schindler’s List (winner)
Jim Sheridan – In the Name of the Father
Jane Campion – The Piano
James Ivory – Remains of the Day
Robert Altman – Short Cuts

Best Actress:

Holly Hunter – The Piano (winner)
Angela Bassett – What’s Love Got to Do With It?
Stockard Channing – Six Degrees of Separation
Emma Thompson – Remains of the Day
Debra Winger – Shadowlands

Best Supporting Actress:

Anna Paquin – The Piano (winner)
Holly Hunter – The Firm
Rosie Perez – Fearless
Winona Ryder – Age of Innocence
Emma Thompson – In the Name of the Father

Best Actor:

Tom Hanks – Philadelphia (winner)
Daniel Day-Lewis – In the Name of the Father
Anthony Hopkins – Remains of the Day
Laurence Fishburne – What’s Love Got to Do With It?
Liam Neeson – Schindler’s List

Best Supporting Actor:

Tommy Lee Jones – The Fugitive (winner)
Leonardo DiCaprio – What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?
Ralph Fiennes – Schindler’s List
John Malkovich – In the Line of Fire
Pete Postlethwaite – In the Name of the Father

Marisa Carpico
Marisa Carpico
By day, Marisa Carpico stresses over America’s election system. By night, she becomes a pop culture obsessive. Whether it’s movies, TV or music, she watches and listens to it all so you don’t have to.

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