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Four Alumni from the Tisch School of the Arts are Nominated for 2013 Academy Awards

January 10, 2013

Four alumni from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts have been nominated for 2013 Academy Awards it was announced this morning at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences headquarters in Beverly Hills.  Alumnus Ang Lee’s Life of Pi received eleven nominations, including one for Best Picture and Best Directing.  ABC will broadcast the 85th Academy Award ceremonies on February 24.

The 2013 Oscar nominees from the Tisch School of the Arts are:          

Best Picture

Ang Lee ’84/Hon. ’01 (MFA, Film) for Life of Pi

Actor in a Supporting Role

Philip Seymour Hoffman ’89 (BFA, Drama) for The Master

Directing

Ang Lee ’84/Hon. ’01 (MFA, Film) for Life of Pi

Writing - Adapted Screenplay

Lucy Alibar ’05 (BFA, Drama) for Beasts of the Southern Wild

Tony Kushner ’84 (MFA, Directing) for Lincoln

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Four Alumni from the Tisch School of the Arts are Nominated for 2013 Academy Awards

Filmmaker and alumnus Ang Lee


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