Newcomers to the board are: Henry Winkler, actors branch; Vilmos Zsigmond, cinematographers; Richard Pearce, documentary; and Charles Fox, music.
Returning to the Board after a hiatus are Dede Allen, film editors; Curt Behlmer, sound; Richard Edlund, visual effects; and Frank Pierson, writers.
Six incumbent governors were re-elected for another term. They are: Rosemary Brandenburg, art directors branch; Curtis Hanson, directors; Jim Gianopulos, executives; Hawk Koch, producers; Marvin Levy, public relations; and Carl Bell, short films and feature animation.
Fourteen of the Academy's 15 branches are each represented by three governors, who may serve up to three consecutive three-year terms.
Terms are staggered so that each branch elects or re-elects one governor each year. The recently created makeup branch is represented by a single governor, Leonard Engelman, whose seat was not part of this election cycle.
Governors who were not up for re-election and who continue on the board are: Ed Begley Jr and Tom Hanks, actors branch; Jeannine Oppewall and Albert Wolsky, art directors; Caleb Deschanel and Owen Roizman, cinematographers; Paul Mazursky and Alexander Payne, directors; Michael Apted and Rob Epstein, documentary; Robert Rehme and Tom Sherak, executives; and Donn Cambern and Mark Goldblatt, film editors.
The list continues with: Charles Bernstein and Bruce Broughton, music; Mark Johnson and Kathleen Kennedy, producers; Sid Ganis and Cheryl Boone Isaacs, public relations; Jon Bloom and John Lasseter, short films and feature animation; J Paul Huntsman and Kevin O'Connell, sound; Craig Barron and Bill Taylor, visual effects; and James L Brooks and Fay Kanin, writers.