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The 1992 Retro Hollmann Awards Nominations

From 73 films, behold: the nominees for the 1992 Retro Hollmann Awards!

Best Original Song
Aladdin - "Prince Ali"
music by Alan Menken
lyrics by Howard Ashman

Aladdin - "A Whole New World"
music by Alan Menken
lyrics by Tim Rice

Boomerang - "I'd Die Without You"
music and lyrics by Attrel "Prince Be" Cordes

Bram Stoker's Dracula - "Love Song for a Vampire"
music and lyrics by Annie Lennox

The Muppet Christmas Carol - "It Feels Like Christmas"
music and lyrics by Paul Williams

Best Director
Francis Ford Coppola
Bram Stoker's Dracula

Julie Dash
Daughters of the Dust

Reginald Hudlin

James Ivory
Howards End

Spike Lee
Malcolm X

Best Score

Alan Menken

Bram Stoker's Dracula
Wojciech Kilar

Philip Glass

Hank Shocklee & The Bomb Squad

The Lover
Gabriel Yared

Best Ensemble

Albert Tavares, casting director

Aleta Chappelle, casting director

Daughters of the Dust
Len Hunt, casting director

Glengarry Glen Ross
Bonnie Timmermann, casting director

A League of Their Own
Ellen Lewis / Amanda Mackey, casting director

Best Visual Effects

Alien 3
Richard Edlund, visual effects producer
Chris Cunningham / Alec Gillis / Ian Morse / Stephen Norrington / Tom Woodruff, Jr., alien creature effects
George Gibbs, special effects supervisor

Bram Stoker's Dracula
Roman Coppola, visual effects director
Michael Lantieri, special mechanical effects supervisor
Leslie Huntley / Alison Savitch / Gene Warren, Jr., visual effects supervisors

Death Becomes Her
Alec Gillis / Tom Woodruff, Jr., special body effects designer and creator
Michael Lantieri, special effects supervisor
Ken Ralston, visual effects supervisor
Bruce Vecchitto, visual effects optical photography supervisor

The Lawnmower Man
Erick Brennan, special effects supervisor
Francesco Chiarani / David Stipes, visual effects

The Muppet Christmas Carol
C. Marie Davis, visual effects producer
Simon Clutterbuck / Ben Morris / John Stephenson, Jim Henson's Creature Shop
David Harris, special effects supervisor
Paul Gentry, visual effects supervisor

Best Adapted Screenplay

Bram Stoker's Dracula
James V. Hart
from the novel by Bram Stoker

Bernard Rose
from "The Forbidden" by Clive Barker

Glengarry Glen Ross
David Mamet
from his play

Howards End
Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
from the novel by E.M. Forster

Malcolm X
Arnold Perl and Spike Lee
from The Autobiography of Malcolm X As Told To Alex Haley

Best Supporting Actor

Seymour Cassel as Joe
In the Soup

Al Freeman, Jr., as Elijah Muhammed
Malcolm X

Morgan Freeman as Ned Logan

Gene Hackman as Little Bill Daggett

Ray Wise as Leland Palmer
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

Best Editing
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Nicholas C. Smith / Glen Scantlebury / Anne Goursaud

Dan Rae

Reservoir Dogs
Sally Menke

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
Mary Sweeney

Joel Cox

Best Cinematography

Bram Stoker's Dracula
Michael Ballhaus

Lorenzo's Oil
John Seale

Malcolm X
Ernest R. Dickerson

Raise the Red Lantern
Fei Zhao

Shadows and Fog
Carlo Di Palma

Best Sound
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Leslie Shatz, re-recording mixer / sound designer
Tom C. McCarthy / David E. Stone, supervising sound editors
Aaron Rochin / Dennis S. Sands / B. Tennyson Sebastian III / Marian Wallace, re-recording mixers

Lorenzo's Oil
Lee Smith, sound designer
Gareth Vanderhope, sound editor
Ian McLoughlin, re-recording mixer

Malcolm X
Skip Lievsay, supervising sound editor
Eugene Gearty, sound effects editor
Tom Fleischman, re-recording mixer

The Player
Kenneth R. Burton / Michael P. Redbourn, sound effects editors
Matthew Iadorala / Stanley Kastner, re-recording mixers

Raise the Red Lantern
Li Lanhua, sound

Best Actor

Michael Caine as Ebenezer Scrooge
The Muppet Christmas Carol

Harvey Keitel as LT
Bad Lieutenant

Eddie Murphy as Marcus Graham

Gary Oldman as Dracula
Bram Stoker's Dracula

Denzel Washington as Malcolm X
Malcolm X

Best Production Design

Bram Stoker's Dracula
Thomas Sanders, production design
Andrew Precht, art direction
Garrett Lewis, set decoration

Jane Ann Stewart, production design
David Lazan / Mick Strawn, art direction
Kathryn Peters, set decoration

Raise the Red Lantern
Cao Juiping, art direction

Shadows and Fog
Santo Loquasto, production design
Speed Hopkins, art direction
George DeTitta, Jr. / Amy Marshall, set decoration

Ferdinando Scarfiotti, production design
Edward Richardson, art direction
Linda DeScenna, set decoration

Best Makeup and Hairstyling

Batman Returns
Stan Winston, special Penguin makeup and effects producer
Ve Neill, makeup supervisor
Yolanda Toussieng, hair stylist supervisor

Bram Stoker's Dracula
Greg Cannom, special makeup effects
Michèle Burke, makeup designer / hair designer
Stuart Artingsall, Gary Oldman's hair and wigs

Death Becomes Her
Dick Smith, makeup designer
Kevin Haney, prosthetic makeup supervisor
J. Roy Helland, Meryl Streep's hair and makeup

Tony Gardner, special makeup designer / supervisor
John Blake / Mike Smithson, prosthetic design and sculpture
David P. Barton, makeup and animatronic effects
Tom Hester, creature suit design

Screaming Mad George, surrealistic makeup designer and creator

Best Supporting Actress

Cora Lee Day as Nana Peazant
Daughters of the Dust

He Saifei as Meishan
Raise the Red Lantern

Phyllida Law as Vera
Peter's Friends

Vanessa Redgrave as Ruth Wilcox
Howards End

Marisa Tomei as Mona Lisa Vito
My Cousin Vinny

Best Actress
Halle Berry as Angela Lewis

Robin Givens as Jacqueline Broyer

Sheryl Lee as Laura Palmer
Twin Peaks: Fire walk with Me

Winona Ryder as Mina Murray
Bram Stoker's Dracula

Emma Thompson as Margaret Schlegel
Howards End

Best Original Screenplay
Barry W. Blaustein & David Sheffield
story by Eddie Murphy

Daughters of the Dust
Julie Dash

In the Soup
Tom Kissell & Alexandre Rockwell

Lorenzo's Oil
George Miller & Nick Enright

David Webb Peoples

Best Costume Design
Francine Jamison-Tanchuck

Bram Stoker's Dracula
Eiko Ishioka

Howards End
Jenny Beavan / John Bright

Malcolm X
Ruth E. Carter

Raise the Red Lantern
Tong Huamiao

Best Motion Picture of the Year
Rob Clements / John Musker, producers

Brian Grazer / Warrington Hudlin, producers

Bram Stoker's Dracula
Francis Ford Coppola / Fred Fuchs / Charles Mulvehill, producers

Howards End
Ismail Merchant, producer

Malcolm X
Spike Lee / Marvin Worth, producers

Bram Stoker's Dracula leads with 14 nominations. In total, 30 films are up for accolades. The first nine awards will be given Thursday!

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