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56th Annual Golden Globe Award Nominations

56th Annual Golden Globe Award Nominations

Picture — Drama:

Elizabeth,” “Gods and Monsters,” “The Horse Whisperer,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “The Truman Show.”

Actress — Drama:
Cate Blanchett, “Elizabeth“; Fernanda Montenegro, “Central Station“; Susan Sarandon, “Stepmom“; Meryl Streep, “One True Thing“; Emily Watson, “Hilary and Jackie.”

Actor — Drama:
Jim Carrey, “The Truman Show“; Stephen Fry, “Wilde“; Tom Hanks, “Saving Private Ryan“; Ian McKellen,
Gods and Monsters“; Nick Nolte, “Affliction.”

Picture — Musical or Comedy:
Bulworth,” “The Mask of Zorro,” “Patch Adams,” “Shakespeare In Love,” “Still
,” “There’s Something About Mary.”

Actress — Musical or Comedy:
Cameron Diaz, “There’s Something About Mary“; Jane Horrocks, “Little Voice“; Gwyneth
Paltrow, “Shakespeare In Love“; Christina Ricci, “The Opposite of Sex“; Meg Ryan, “You’ve Got Mail.”

Actor — Musican or Comedy:
Antonio Banderas, “The Mask of Zorro“; Warren Beatty, “Bulworth“; Michael Caine, “Little
“; John Travolta, “Primary Colors“; Robin Williams, “Patch Adams.”

Foreign Language:
The Celebration,” Denmark; “Central Station,” Brazil; “Men With Guns (Hombres Armados),” USA; “The Polish Bride (De Poolse Bruid),” The Netherlands; “Tango,” Argentina.

Supporting Actress — Drama, Musical or Comedy:
Kathy Bates, “Primary Colors“; Brenda Blethyn, “Little Voice“;
Judi Dench, “Shakespeare In Love“; Lynn Redgrave, “Gods and Monsters“; Sharon Stone, “The Mighty.”

Supporting Actor — Drama, Musical or Comedy:
Robert Duvall, “A Civil Action“; Ed Harris, “The Truman Show“;
Bill Murray, “Rushmore“; Geoffrey Rush, “Shakespeare in Love“; Donald Sutherland, “Without Limits“; Billy Bob Thornton, “A
Simple Plan

Shekhar Kapur, “Elizabeth“; John Madden, “Shakespeare In Love“; Robert Redford, “The Horse Whisperer“; Steven
Spielberg, “Saving Private Ryan“; Peter Weir, “The Truman Show.”

Warren Beatty and Jeremy Pikser, “Bulworth“; Andrew Niccol, “The Truman Show“; Marc Norman and Tom
Stoppard, “Shakespeare In Love“; Robert Rodat, “Saving Private Ryan“; Todd Solondz, “Happiness.”

Original Score:
Burkhard Dallwitz and Philip Glass, “The Truman Show“; Jerry Goldsmith, “Mulan“; Randy Newman, “A
Bug’s Life
“; Stephen Schwartz and Hans Zimmer, “The Prince of Egypt“; John Williams, “Saving Private Ryan.”

Original Song:
“The Flame Still Burns” from “Still Crazy” with music and lyrics by Mick Jones, Marti Frederiksen, Chris
Difford; “The Mighty” from “The Mighty” with music by Sting and lyrics by Sting and Trevor Jones; “The Prayer” from “Quest
For Camelot: The Magic Sword
” with music and lyrics by David Foster and Carole Bayer Sager (Italian translation: Alberto Testa and
Tony Renis); “Reflection” from “Mulan” with music by Matthew Wilder and lyrics by David Zippel; “Uninvited” from “City of
” with music and lyrics by Alanis Morissette; “When You Believe” from “The Prince of Egypt” with music and lyrics by
Stephen Schwartz.

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