Last Updated on 23/01/2022
The 93rd Oscar Festival, the world’s most prestigious film award, was held in which Nomad Land won the Best Film award while its actress Francis McDormand won the Best Actress award.
According to news reports, Anthony Hopkins of the United Kingdom won the Best Actor award for his role as the person who fought against dementia in ‘The Father’.
It was possible that Chadwick Bosman’s last film, Black Bottom, would win the 93rd Oscar, but that did not happen.
Surprisingly, China’s Chloe Zhao won the award for Best Director for Searchlight Pictures in New Zealand.
Chloe Zhao became the first Asian woman to win an Oscar for directing and the second Chinese woman to win an Academy Award.
Yoon Yu-Jung, 73, won Best Supporting Actress for her role in Minari, the first South Korean actress to win an Oscar.
Eleven years before Chloe Zhao, Catherine Bigelow became the first woman to win an Oscar for her role in the Iraq war drama The Heart Locker.
Pixar’s debut film ‘Civil’ based on the black main character won the award for a best-animated feature.
Britain’s Daniel Clovia won the Best Supporting Role award for his role as 1960’s Black Panther activist Fred Hampton.
However, due to social distance, some changes were made in the Oscar ceremony and it was held at Union Station in Los Angeles.
After rigorous testing of the coronavirus and quarantine protocols, the majority of nominees and other guests participated without masks.
The Oscar winners were chosen by a secret ballot of 9,000 members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
The full list of 93rd Oscar winners is as follows:
Best Picture: Francis McDormand, New Zealand
Best Actor: Anthony Hopkins, The Father
Original Screenplay: Emerald Final, Promising Young Women
Adapted screenplay: Florin Zeller and Christopher Hampton, The Father
International Film: The Other Round, Denmark
Best Supporting Actor: Daniel Clovia, Judas, and Blake Messiah
Best Supporting Actress: Yuh-Jung Yoon, Minari
Best Director: Chloe Zhao, New Zealand
Sound: Sound of metal
Makeup and Hair Styling: Ma Rines Black Bottom
Costume Design: Anne Roth, Ma Rines Black Bottom
Live-Action Short Film: 2 Distant Strangers
Animated short film: Anything Happens I Love You
Animated Feature: Civil
Documentary short subject: Collet
Documentary Feature: My Octopus Teacher
Visual effects: Tenet
Production design: standard
Film Editing: Sound of Metal
Original Score: Civil, Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, and John Buttst
Original Song: Judas and Blake Messiah’s ‘Fight for You’