The Bloomies for 1985

English Language Films

Brazil (Gilliam)
Wetherby (Hare)
Prizzi's Honor (Huston)
Kiss of the Spider Woman (Bebenco)
The Purple Rose of Cairo (Allen)
1984 (Radford)
Plenty (Schepisi)
Back to the Future (Zemeckis)
Blood Simple (Coen)
After Hours (Scorsese)
Out of Africa (Pollack)

Foreign Films

The Home and the World (Ray)
Ran (Kurosawa)
The Official Story (Puenzo)
The Makioka Sisters (Ichikawa)
Camila (Bemberg)
A Year of the Quiet Sun (Zanussi)


Best

English Language Film - Brazil
Foreign Film - (1) The Home and the World; (2) Ran
Director - (1) Akira Kurosawa (Ran); (2) Terry Gilliam (Brazil); (3) Satyajit Ray (The Home and the World)
Original Screenplay - David Hare (Wetherby)
Screenplay Adaptation - Satyajit Ray (The Home and the World)
Cinematography - Takao Saito and Maharu Ueda (Ran)
Film Editing - (1) Ran; (2) Brazil
Original Musical Score - (1) Junior Nomrich and Bruce Gascoigne (The Emerald Forest); (2) Tora Takemitsu (Ran)

Actor - Victor Bannerjee (The Home and the World)
Others - John Hurt (1984); Jack Nicholson (Prizzi's Honor); Gene Hackman (Twice in a Lifetime); William Hurt (Kiss of the Spiderwoman)

Actress - Meryl Streep (Out of Africa)
Others - Norma Aleandro (The Official Story); Swatilekha Chatterjee (The Home and the World); Geraldine Page (The Trip to Bountiful); Vanessa Redgrave (Wetherby); Miranda Richardson (Dance With a Stranger); Meryl Streep (Plenty); Whoopi Goldberg (The Color Purple); Mia Farrow (The Purple Rose of Cairo)

Special Award - Brazil (Art Direction)

 
 
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