Who won the most Oscars in 2002

The 2002 "Oscar" laureates

25.03.2002

Here they are again: The Oscar winners of 2002. There was no clear favorite this year, even if "Beautiful Mind" won the Oscar in the royal disciplines of "Best Picture" and "Best Director". "The Lord of the Rings" won just as many Oscars, but these were mainly distributed in technical disciplines. Denzel Washington and Hale Berry won the Oscar for Best Actor, making Hale Berry the first black actress in Oscars history to be recognized in this category. It should not be entirely undisputed that "A Beatiful Mind" also received the Oscar for the best adapted screenplay, as the film omitted some unpleasant details from the life of John Nash, which was also the case in the run-up to the "Oscars" r a campaign against "A Beautiful Mind" was used. "The fabulous world of am lie" could not prevail as the favorite for the best foreign film, here the Bosnian film "No Man's Land" won. Even Jerry Bruckheimer, who was not entirely undisputed because of his recent tendency towards historical falsification, did not go completely empty: "Black Hawk Down" won the Oscar for the best sound and even "Pearl Harbor" won the Oscar for the best sound. Get the effect cut. For the first time ever, the Oscar in the new category "Best Animated Film" was awarded to "Shrek".

A complete list of all award winners can be found on www.oscars.com.

Best movie

A beautiful mind

Best director

A Beautiful Mind - Ron Howard

Best Actor

Denzel Washington in "Training Day"

Best supporting actor

Jim Broadbent in "Iris"

Best Actress

Hale Berry in "Monster's Ball"

The best supporting actress

Jennifer Connelly in "A Beautiful Mind"

Best cartoon

Shrek

Best camera

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Andrew Lesnie

Best Foreign Film

No Man's Land Bosnia-Herzegovina

Best music score

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Howard Shore

Best title song

"If I Didn't Have You" from Monsters, Inc., Randy Newman

Best tone

Black Hawk Down, Mike Minkler, Myron Nettinga & Chris Munro

Best sound effect editing

Pearl Harbor

Best visual effects

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Jim Rygiel, Randall William Cook, Richard Taylor and Mark Stetson

Best original script

Gosford Park, Julian Fellowes

Best script adaptation

A Beautiful Mind, Akiva Goldsman