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11th Annual Society Prize: 1980-1981[]

Best Picture (International): Raging Bull

Best Actor: Robert DeNiro, Raging Bull

Best Actress: Sissy Spacek, Coal Miner’s Daughter

Best Director: Martin Scorcese, Raging Bull

Best Picture (New Libertaria): Bloodfield


12th Annual Society Prize: 1981-1982[]

Best Picture (International): Chariots Of Fire

Best Actor: Harrison Ford, Raiders Of The Lost Ark

Best Actress: Meryl Streep, The French Lieutenant’s Woman

Best Director: Hugh Hudson, Chariots Of Fire

Best Picture (New Libertaria): Chumway


13th Annual Society Prize: 1982-1983[]

Best Picture (International): The World According To Garp

Best Actor: Paul Newman, The Verdict

Best Actress: Debra Winger, An Officer And A Gentleman

Best Director: George Roy Hill, The World According To Garp

Best Picture (New Libertaria): The Sinner Saint


14th Annual Society Prize: 1982-1983[]

Best Picture (International): A Christmas Story

Best Actor: Al Pacino, Scarface

Best Actress: Debra Winger, Terms Of Endearment

Best Director: Bob Clark, A Christmas Story

Best Picture (New Libertaria): Benjamin I


15th Annual Society Prize: 1984-1985[]

Best Picture (International): Blood Simple

Best Actor: M. Emmet Walsh, Blood Simple

Best Actress: Frances McDormand, Blood Simple

Best Director: Joel & Ethan Coen, Blood Simple

Best Picture (New Libertaria): Fountainhead


16th Annual Society Prize: 1985-1986[]

Best Picture (International): Brazil

Best Actor: Harrison Ford, Witness

Best Actress: Kathleen Turner, Prizzi’s Honor

Best Director: Peter Weir, Witness

Best Picture (New Libertaria): Her Majesty


17th Annual Society Prize: 1986-1987[]

Best Picture (International): The Mission

Best Actor: Jeremy Irons, The Mission

Best Actress: Sigourney Weaver, Aliens

Best Director: Roland Joffe, The Mission

Best Picture (New Libertaria): Behold A Pale Horse


18th Annual Society Prize: 1987-1988[]

Best Picture (International): Broadcast News

Best Actor: Jack Nicholson, Witches Of Eastwick

Best Actress: Holly Hunter, Broadcast News

Best Director: James L. Brooks, Broadcast News

Best Picture (New Libertaria): That Phantom Season


19th Annual Society Prize: 1988-1989[]

Best Picture (International): Tucker: The Man And His Dream

Best Actor: Bob Hoskins, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

Best Actress: Winona Ryder, Heathers

Best Director: Francis Ford Coppola, Tucker: A Man And His Dream

Best Picture (New Libertaria): A Florin For The Timberjack


20th Annual Society Prize: 1989-1990[]

Best Picture (International): Glory

Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis, My Left Foot

Best Actress: Michelle Pfeiffer, The Fabulous Baker Boys

Best Director: Edward Zwick, Glory

Best Picture (New Libertaria): Tulipstad

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