This year was special as i was invited for the OSCARS 2018 to attend it live.
The night of the Oscars 2018 has been the night of The Shape of Water. The film Guillermo del Toro has been the main prizes in the 90th edition of the awards, which received for the second consecutive year with Jimmy Kimmel as master of ceremonies. These are all the winners of the Oscars 2018.Best Movie – The Shape of Water
Pic credits : RollingStone
They started with 13 nominations, and The Shape of Water ends the gala with the Oscars for the best film and the best director. Guillermo del Toro’s film tells the story of Elisa (Sally Hawkins), a silent cleaning employee who works in a government laboratory. Her life changes completely when he discovers one of the experiments: a man-fish that lives locked up. Elisa begins to feel sympathy for this being and a strong connection is established between them.
Best Director – Guillermo del ToroPic credits : Wikipedia
The director of The Shape of Water gets the statuette for the best director after doing the same with the Golden Globe and the Bafta.
Best Actor – Gary OldmanPic Credit : CNN
Gary Oldman wins the first Oscar of his career for his role as Winston Churchill in The Darkest Hour.
Best Actress – Frances McDormand
Her role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, where she plays Mildred Hayes, a 50-year-old woman whose daughter has been raped and murdered, has been widely applauded. Frances McDormand has already won an Oscar almost 20 years ago for Fargo.
Best Supporting Actor – Sam Rockwell
At 49, the actor takes his first Oscar for his role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing. He competed with Woody Harrelson, his casting partner, for the award.
Best Supporting Actress – Allison Janney
The role of Allison Janney in I, Tonya as LaVona Golden, the hard mother of the figure skater Tonya Harding, has earned her her first statuette.
Best Foreign Language Film – A Fantastic Woman
Sebastián Lelio is the director of the film that has won the first Oscar for Chile in this category.
Best Original Screenplay – Get Out
Jordan Peele obtains the Oscar for the best original screenplay in his directorial debut and his treatment of racism combining humor and terror.
Best Adapted Screenplay – Call Me by Your Name
James Ivory becomes the oldest person to get an Oscar, not honorific, at 89 years old. Ivory, who bought the rights to the book Call Me By Your Name, by André Aciman, was in charge of adapting the script and was also going to be the director of the tape, although personal reasons made him end up doing it, Luca Guadagnino.
Best Documentary Film – Ícaro
Bryan Fogel and Dan Cogan deal in this Netflix documentary whose original title is Icarus the existing doping in the sport and its scandal in Russia.
Best Short Documentary – Heaven Is A Traffic Jam On The 405
Frank Stiefel tells in this short the story of the artist Mindy Alper and her anxiety and depression problems.
Best Editing – Dunkirk
Lee Smith has been responsible for the assembly of the tape for 107 minutes.
Best Cinematography – Blade Runner 2049
Roger A. Deakins has been the most frequently nominated cinematographer (14 occasions).
Best Original Soundtrack – The Shape of Water
Alexandre Desplat has been commissioned to put the soundtrack to Guillermo del Toro’s film.
Best Original Song – Remember Me from Coco
The song Remember Me, from the couple formed by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, is made with the statuette for the best original song.
Best Production Design – The Shape of Water
Paul Denham Austerberry, Shane Vieau, and Jeff Melvin are the architects of the aspect of Guillermo del Toro’s feature film.
Best Costume Design – Phantom Thread
American designer Mark Bridges is behind the award-winning costumes of Paul Thomas Anderson’s film.
Best Makeup and Hairdressing – The Dark Hours
Kazuhiro Tsuji, David Malinowski, and Lucy Sibbick have been in charge of making Gary Oldman’s transformation into Winston Churchill a reality.
Best Sound Editing – Dunkirk
Richard King and Alex Gibson have been awarded for the sound editing in the war movie.
Best Sound Mix – Dunkirk
New sound award for Christopher Nolan’s film. On this occasion, the authors are Mark Weingarten, Gregg Landaker, and Gary A. Rizz.
Special Effects – Blade Runner 2049
The film surpasses Guardians of the Galaxy vol.2, Kong: The Skull Island, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and The War of the Planet of the Apes.
Best Animation Movie – Coco
The film directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrián Molina tells the story of Miguel, a young man with the dream of becoming a music legend despite the ban on his family.
Best Short Movie – The Silent Child
The protagonist of this 20-minute British film is a deaf girl of six who lives in absolute silence until one day they teach her how to communicate.
Best Short Animated Movie – Dear Basketball
Kobe Bryant and Glen Keane take the Oscar for this animated short movie based on the farewell letter the player posted when he announced his retirement.