Special Achievement Academy Award

The Special Achievement Award is particularly noteworthy films or services, without prior nominations, excellent. The prize was first awarded in 1973 ( always retroactively for the last year, ie 1973 for performances of the year 1972), since at irregular intervals, most recently in 1996 to John Lasseter for the first computer animated feature film Toy Story.

Award winners


  • Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
  • Oscar