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Looking Back at the 74th Academy Awards

Artists and Orphans: A True Drama

Artists and Orphans: A True Drama is a short documentary following the journey of several American artists who attend an arts festival in the Republic of Georgia, and end up aiding a local orphanage. In 2002, Artists and Orphans: A True Drama was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Best Documentary, Short Subject.

Notable winners at the 74th Academy Awards included Ron Howard, who won Best Director and Best Picture for his work on A Beautiful Mind, starring Russell Crowe as Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Nash. The Oscars for Best Actor and Best Actress went to Denzel Washington and Halle Berry, respectively, while the Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress were won by Jim Broadbent, playing John Bayley in the film Iris, and Jennifer Connelly, as Alicia de Larde-Nash in A Beautiful Mind.
The 2002 Oscars for writing in film were awarded to Julian Fellowes and his original screenplay for Gosford Park and to Akiva Goldsman, who adapted Sylvia Nasar’s book A Beautiful Mind for the screen. Additional award winners ranged from No Man’s Land for Best Foreign Language Film and Murder on a Sunday Morning in the category Best Documentary, Feature.

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