Today is the end of the award season with the Oscars, and some worthy winners will take the coveted golden lady home with them, though the ceremony is complained by allegations of lack of diversity among nominees and inadequate representation of women. and so on.
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However, it is the biggest night of the year for the film industry, and there are several categories that are wide open: like the Best Picture race, where as many as possible are open 1917 and parasite To be the leader to win the main prize. If parasite wins, it would be the first foreign language film to get the honor. A win in the international feature film or director (for Bong Joon Ho) would also be a premiere for a South Korean film.
Here is the list of winners (update) of the ongoing ceremony:
Have Joaquin Phoenix performance in joker Change superhero (villain) movies for you forever, or search for Adam Driver's reserved yet devastating background Marriage history? Do you think this will be Scarlett Johansson's breakthrough at the Oscars, or will Renee Zellweger win the trophy as Judy Garland?
Let the show begin!
Eminem brings down the house with his performance
Lin Manuel Miranda comes on stage to present an montage about films that contain songs and how important they are for the plot and people who remember films for their soundtracks. This is followed by Eminem, who lists his icon Lose yourself number from the 8 miles Soundtrack that makes everyone in the crowd sing and leads to one of the loudest applause of the night.
Best Supporting Actress: Laura Dern for Marriage Story
The first Oscar for her third nomination! Mahershala Ali presented the award to the actress for her powerful performance in Noah Baumbach Marital history. Another widely anticipated win, and the actress tries to draw a parallel Marriage history and environmental protection somehow, after all thank your parents Bruce Dern and Diane Ladd for their heroes.
Best Documentary Short topic: Learn to skateboard in a war zone (if you're a girl)
The director Carol Dysinger wins for her highly regarded film about the story of young Afghan girls who learn to read, write and skate in Kabul.
Best Documentary: American Factory
Mark Ruffalo tells the audience that many of the nominated films were staged or co-staged by women to great cheers. American Factory is the winner, which is about a Chinese billionaire opening a new factory in an abandoned General Motors plant in Ohio, and how optimism gives way to setbacks when China clashes with the United States.
Best costume design: little women
Greta Gerwig's adaptation of the popular bestseller wins the best costume design. The designer Jacqueline Durran accepts the award and thanks her director.
Best production design: Once upon a time in Hollywood
Tarantino's Ode to Hollywood wins the award for his incredible 1969 Los Angeles portrayal, and Barbara Ling and Nancy Haigh accept the award, which comes after a brief funny sketch by Maya Rudolph and Kristen Wiig.
Best live action short film: The neighboring window
Directed by Marshall Curry, The neighboring window tells the true story of a middle-aged woman (Maria Dizzia) with young children, whose lives are shaken when two free-spirited 20-year-olds (Juliana Canfield and Bret Lada) cross the street.
Best adapted script: Jojo Rabbit
New Zealand filmmaker Taika Waititi wins the award and thanks his mother for the book from which he adapted the story. He looks genuinely surprised and stumbles through acceptance. A deserved win for one of the most beautiful films of the year!
Best original screenplay: Parasite
You feel that director Bong Joon-ho will go on this stage several times this evening. In his speech, he flirts between Korean and English. He dedicates the South Korea Prize and primarily thanks his wife for always inspiring him and his actors.
Performance of & # 39; Into The Unknown & # 39; from Frozen 2
Idina Menzel plays with other singers / actors who have played in an international version of Frozen for a performance of Into the unknown of Frozen 2, The song is performed in Japanese, Polish, Thai, Castilian, German, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish and Danish.
Best animated short film: Hair Love
The animated short price goes to the makers of hair loveThis is the story of a man who has to make his daughter's hair for the first time. While winning the award, the makers dedicate it to basketball legend Kobe Bryant, who recently died in a tragic accident.
Best animated feature: Toy Story 4
The fourth film in the popular franchise wins a fairly unpredictable category Klaus was another film that caused a sensation in the award season. Mindy Kaling announces the award when the creators come on stage and give a charming little speech about the film, which is a "love letter" for everyone who grows up with the franchise.
Best Supporting Actor: Brad Pitt from Hollywood
And the first prize of the night goes to Pitt for his role in Quentin Tarantinos Once upon a time in Hollywood. The actor knocked out several heavyweights in the category and thanked Leonardo DiCaprio, his director, and the stunt coordinators who worked on the film. He ends the speech in which he dedicates the award to his children.
The ceremony begins!
After a glittering show on the red carpet, all the celebrities sit in their seats and Janelle Monae opens the show with a mixture of songs that go through the audience and dance through the opening of the awards.
She is followed by former hosts Steve Martin and Chris Rock, who are next on stage to write some kind of opening monologue (since there is no Oscar host).