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  1. In the 86-year history of the Academy Awards®, no best picture winner has ever been made without motion picture film technology - a streak that continued with 12 Years a Slave winning the 2014 Oscar®. In addition to best picture, films originating on Kodak also won Oscars® in best foreign language film (The Great Beauty) as well as best actress (Cate Blanchett for Blue Jasmine), best supporting actress (Lupita Nyong'o for 12 Years A Slave), and adapted screenplay (12 Years a Slave). Every Academy Award®-winning actress and supporting actress has had her winning performance captured on film
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