Olivia Colman takes her Best Actress Oscar to the Vanity Fair Party

She was the Queen of the ceremony during the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday night, and at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, Olivia Colman was the belle of the ball.

Clutching her Best Actress Oscar, the British Actress looked on cloud nine as she arrived at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts after changing into a stunning satin dress from Stella McCartney. 

Olivia was the surprise winner at the ceremony, beating Glenn Close to the Best Actress prize for her portrayal of Queen Anne in The Favourite.  

Time to party: She was the Queen of the ceremony during the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday night, and at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, Olivia Colman was the belle of the ball

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From the Oscars red-carpet, to the Vanity Fair afterparty, there was one stand-out style icon in our eyes… Olivia Colman, of course!

The actress took home an Oscar for Best Actress whilst wearing an elegant bespoke design by Prada, before stunning in this satin number by Stella McCartney.

We love the vintage-inspired aesthetic thanks to the buttermilk silk fabric, along with the batwing sleeve design and antique silver embroidery. The fringed scarf train then gave the dress a unique detail that was perfect for the red-carpet.

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She looked nothing short of sensational for the star-studded event as she changed into a flowing gown with beaded adornments – with the entire outfit screaming ‘winner’. 

The satin number featured a flowing scarf detail, while the star accessorised with ruby red lips and delicate earrings.

Olivia’s major accessory though was her new Academy Award, with the delighted star proudly holding the gong aloft as she arrived at the bash. 

Quick change: Clutching her Best Actress Oscar, the British Actress looked on cloud nine as she arrived at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts after changing into a stunning satin dress from Stella McCartney

Quick change: Clutching her Best Actress Oscar, the British Actress looked on cloud nine as she arrived at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts after changing into a stunning satin dress from Stella McCartney

Quick change: Clutching her Best Actress Oscar, the British Actress looked on cloud nine as she arrived at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts after changing into a stunning satin dress from Stella McCartney

Olivia was still filled with emotion, appearing teary-eyed as she posed before heading inside to celebrate.

While the Oscar was firmly in her grasp during her arrival at Vanity Fair, later Olivia handed her precious cargo to a member of her staff as she later exited the Jay Z party at Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, lifting up her flowing gown to reveal her platform heels. 

It was the night of her career for Olivia who delivered the most heart-warming speech of the evening. 

Can't believe it: She could barely contain her joy at the happy triumph, appearing teary-eyed as she arrived at the bash

Can't believe it: She could barely contain her joy at the happy triumph, appearing teary-eyed as she arrived at the bash

Can’t believe it: She could barely contain her joy at the happy triumph, appearing teary-eyed as she arrived at the bash

Winner: Olivia's major accessory though was her new Academy Award, with the delighted star proudly holding the gong aloft

Winner: Olivia's major accessory though was her new Academy Award, with the delighted star proudly holding the gong aloft

Winner: Olivia's major accessory though was her new Academy Award, with the delighted star proudly holding the gong aloft

Winner: Olivia's major accessory though was her new Academy Award, with the delighted star proudly holding the gong aloft

Winner: Olivia’s major accessory though was her new Academy Award, with the delighted star proudly holding the gong aloft

One for the mantlepiece: Olivia joked to reporters backstage that her new gong would be tucked up in her bed with her and husband after the celebrations

One for the mantlepiece: Olivia joked to reporters backstage that her new gong would be tucked up in her bed with her and husband after the celebrations

One for the mantlepiece: Olivia joked to reporters backstage that her new gong would be tucked up in her bed with her and husband after the celebrations

Belle of the ball: Olivia looked simply stunning in her second glam gown of the evening, which matched the golden carpet

Belle of the ball: Olivia looked simply stunning in her second glam gown of the evening, which matched the golden carpet

Belle of the ball: Olivia looked simply stunning in her second glam gown of the evening, which matched the golden carpet

The 45-year-old British actress was overjoyed as she accepted the Oscar, during which she reached out to little girls everywhere in an inspiring and sweet speech. 

She said: ‘Any little girl who’s practicing your speech on the telly, you never know! I used to work as a cleaner and I spent quite a lot of my time imagining this.’ 

While she grew tearful and emotional during, the overwhelmed Peep Show star was urged to wrap up her speech by Academy bosses – yet hilariously blew a raspberry and made a crass gesture at the teleprompter.

Making her exit: Olivia later made a careful exit from the Jay Z party at Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, lifting up her flowing gown to reveal her platform heels 

Making her exit: Olivia later made a careful exit from the Jay Z party at Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, lifting up her flowing gown to reveal her platform heels 

Making her exit: Olivia later made a careful exit from the Jay Z party at Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, lifting up her flowing gown to reveal her platform heels 

Plum role: While the Oscar was firmly in her grasp during her arrival at Vanity Fair, later Olivia handed her precious cargo to a member of her staff

Plum role: While the Oscar was firmly in her grasp during her arrival at Vanity Fair, later Olivia handed her precious cargo to a member of her staff

Plum role: While the Oscar was firmly in her grasp during her arrival at Vanity Fair, later Olivia handed her precious cargo to a member of her staff

Plum role: While the Oscar was firmly in her grasp during her arrival at Vanity Fair, later Olivia handed her precious cargo to a member of her staff

Plum role: While the Oscar was firmly in her grasp during her arrival at Vanity Fair, later Olivia handed her precious cargo to a member of her staff

VIP coming through: Olivia was guided to her car after a night of party-hopping around Hollywood 

VIP coming through: Olivia was guided to her car after a night of party-hopping around Hollywood 

VIP coming through: Olivia was guided to her car after a night of party-hopping around Hollywood 

What a night! The star was still smiling and looking flawless in her golden gown 

What a night! The star was still smiling and looking flawless in her golden gown 

What a night! The star was still smiling and looking flawless in her golden gown 

Olivia’s speech was laden with emotion as she paid tribute to her many aides and supports however she tickled audiences when she made the crass gesture.  

She was up against Glenn Close for The Wife, Yalitza Aparicio for Roma, Lady Gaga for A Star is Born and Melissa McCarthy of Can You Ever Forgive Me?, said: ‘It’s genuinely quite stressful. This is hilarious. I got an Oscar’. 

In the heartwarming speech, she graciously gave a nod to her colleagues: ‘I have to thank lots of people. Yorgos [Lanthimos], my best director and the best film with Emma [Stone] and Rachel [Weisz], the two loveliest women to fall in love with and go to work with every day. You can imagine it wasn’t a hardship.’ 

Reigning supreme: British actress Olivia won best actress for her role in The Favorite at the Academy Awards

Reigning supreme: British actress Olivia won best actress for her role in The Favorite at the Academy Awards

Reigning supreme: British actress Olivia won best actress for her role in The Favorite at the Academy Awards

Olivia was stunned as she beat out the category favourite Glenn, who was widely expected to win her first Oscar for her role in The Wife – after a record seven unsuccessful nominations. 

She gazed at Close in the audience and said: ‘You’ve been my idol for so long and this is not how I wanted it to be.’ 

Haha! While she grew tearful and emotional during the speech, the overwhelmed Peep Show star was urged to wrap up her speech by Academy bosses - yet hilariously blew a raspberry and made a crass gesture at the teleprompter

Haha! While she grew tearful and emotional during the speech, the overwhelmed Peep Show star was urged to wrap up her speech by Academy bosses - yet hilariously blew a raspberry and made a crass gesture at the teleprompter

Haha! While she grew tearful and emotional during the speech, the overwhelmed Peep Show star was urged to wrap up her speech by Academy bosses – yet hilariously blew a raspberry and made a crass gesture at the teleprompter

Overwhelmed: Olivia could not contain her glee as she gushed to her co-stars and her fans during the speech 

Overwhelmed: Olivia could not contain her glee as she gushed to her co-stars and her fans during the speech 

Overwhelmed: Olivia could not contain her glee as she gushed to her co-stars and her fans during the speech 

'This is quite stressful': The first time nominee was close to tears as she delivered a charming speech

'This is quite stressful': The first time nominee was close to tears as she delivered a charming speech

'This is quite stressful': The first time nominee was close to tears as she delivered a charming speech

'This is quite stressful': The first time nominee was close to tears as she delivered a charming speech

‘This is quite stressful’: The first time nominee was close to tears as she delivered a charming speech 

Over the moon: Colman added the Oscar to her earlier wins at the Golden Globes, BAFTAs and National Society of Film Critics for the role

Over the moon: Colman added the Oscar to her earlier wins at the Golden Globes, BAFTAs and National Society of Film Critics for the role

Over the moon: Colman added the Oscar to her earlier wins at the Golden Globes, BAFTAs and National Society of Film Critics for the role

Glenn’s nods remain the most without a win than any other living actor. The actress, 71, came into the end of awards season riding a wave of momentum that included wins at the Golden Globes, SAG Awards and Independent Spirit Awards.   

Olivia added the Oscar to her envious stream of earlier wins for her roles at the Golden Globes, BAFTAs and National Society of Film Critics for the role in the period drama. An emotional Olivia thanked her agent who took her on 20 years ago, and her children – and admitted she wasn’t sure if they were watching at home.

‘My kids who are at home and watching, look!’ she exclaimed. ‘If you’re not, then, kind of well-done, but I sort of hope you are. This is not going to happen again.’ 

A winning performance: Her role as Queen Anne won hearts and awards all over the globe (pictured with co-star Rachel Weisz, who starred as Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough in the movie)

A winning performance: Her role as Queen Anne won hearts and awards all over the globe (pictured with co-star Rachel Weisz, who starred as Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough in the movie)

A winning performance: Her role as Queen Anne won hearts and awards all over the globe (pictured with co-star Rachel Weisz, who starred as Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough in the movie)

WOW: Olivia was stunned after beating out Yalitza Aparicio, Glenn Close, Lady Gaga and Melissa McCarthy for the Oscar

WOW: Olivia was stunned after beating out Yalitza Aparicio, Glenn Close, Lady Gaga and Melissa McCarthy for the Oscar

WOW: Olivia was stunned after beating out Yalitza Aparicio, Glenn Close, Lady Gaga and Melissa McCarthy for the Oscar

Happy days: An emotional Colman thanked her agent who took her on 20 years ago, and her children, who she wasn't sure if they were watching at home

Happy days: An emotional Colman thanked her agent who took her on 20 years ago, and her children, who she wasn't sure if they were watching at home

Happy days: An emotional Colman thanked her agent who took her on 20 years ago, and her children, who she wasn’t sure if they were watching at home

Gracious Close: She gazed at Close in the audience and said, 'You've been my idol for so long and this is not how I wanted it to be' as Close smiled and laughed

Gracious Close: She gazed at Close in the audience and said, 'You've been my idol for so long and this is not how I wanted it to be' as Close smiled and laughed

Gracious Close: She gazed at Close in the audience and said, ‘You’ve been my idol for so long and this is not how I wanted it to be’ as Close smiled and laughed

‘To my husband Ed, my best friend, I love you so much. 25 years, you’ve been my best supporter and… he’s gonna cry,’ which got another big laugh from the audience, before adding, ‘I’m not.’

‘Thank you so much, Fox, everybody, the cast the crew,’ even turning to presenters Francis McDormand and Sam Rockwell, thanking them, before turning to Best Actress nominees Gaga and Melissa.

She turned and blew a kiss at her fellow nominees, as Lady Gaga blew a few back at her in one of the night’s most memorable moments.  

To her kids: 'My kids who are at home and watching, look!' she exclaimed. 'If you're not, then, kind of well-done, but I sort of hope you are,' adding, 'This is not going to happen again'

To her kids: 'My kids who are at home and watching, look!' she exclaimed. 'If you're not, then, kind of well-done, but I sort of hope you are,' adding, 'This is not going to happen again'

To her kids: ‘My kids who are at home and watching, look!’ she exclaimed. ‘If you’re not, then, kind of well-done, but I sort of hope you are,’ adding, ‘This is not going to happen again’

Heartfelt speech: She continued her heartfelt speech by reaching out to little girls everywhere

Heartfelt speech: She continued her heartfelt speech by reaching out to little girls everywhere

Heartfelt speech: She continued her heartfelt speech by reaching out to little girls everywhere

Speech: 'And any little girl who's practicing your speech on the telly, you never know! I used to work as a cleaner and I spent quite a lot of my time imagining this'

Speech: 'And any little girl who's practicing your speech on the telly, you never know! I used to work as a cleaner and I spent quite a lot of my time imagining this'

Speech: ‘And any little girl who’s practicing your speech on the telly, you never know! I used to work as a cleaner and I spent quite a lot of my time imagining this’

Proud of her pal: Her co-star Emma Stone was totally overjoyed to see her pal triumph 

Proud of her pal: Her co-star Emma Stone was totally overjoyed to see her pal triumph 

Proud of her pal: Her co-star Emma Stone was totally overjoyed to see her pal triumph 

Speaking backstage at the Dolby Theatre: ‘None of it… It’s not an every day occurrence, I don’t know how everyone is composed and remembers everything, it’s a very weird situation… I’ve no idea. I could not tell you what I’m feeling. Next year I’ll be able to put it into words but I don’t know what to do with myself at the moment.’

When the Oscar nominations were announced in December, Olivia gave a rousing interview in which she spoke of her long-lived desire to win one of the most coveted prizes in the industry and her doubts over her chances. 

She said: ‘If I’m really honest, I’ve always dreamed of holding an Oscar. But I’m really trying to sort of keep everything in check, keep calm…

Sheer excitement: Olivia couldn't contain her excitement for Hollywood's biggest night in film

Sheer excitement: Olivia couldn't contain her excitement for Hollywood's biggest night in film

Sheer excitement: Olivia couldn’t contain her excitement for Hollywood’s biggest night in film

Supportive husband: 'To my husband Ed, my best friend, I love you so much. 25 years, you've been my best supporter and... he's gonna cry,' which got another big laugh from the audience, before adding, 'I'm not'

Supportive husband: 'To my husband Ed, my best friend, I love you so much. 25 years, you've been my best supporter and... he's gonna cry,' which got another big laugh from the audience, before adding, 'I'm not'

Supportive husband: ‘To my husband Ed, my best friend, I love you so much. 25 years, you’ve been my best supporter and… he’s gonna cry,’ which got another big laugh from the audience, before adding, ‘I’m not’

Her pride and joy: Colman wasn't the only Brit to win one of Tinseltown's biggest awards on Oscar Sunday, though her win was the most prominent

Her pride and joy: Colman wasn't the only Brit to win one of Tinseltown's biggest awards on Oscar Sunday, though her win was the most prominent

Her pride and joy: Colman wasn’t the only Brit to win one of Tinseltown’s biggest awards on Oscar Sunday, though her win was the most prominent

Acting winners: After her big win, Colman posed backstage with the rest of the acting winners, Best Actor winner Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody), Best Supporting Actor winner Mahershala Ali (Green Book) and Best Supporting Actress winner Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk)

Acting winners: After her big win, Colman posed backstage with the rest of the acting winners, Best Actor winner Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody), Best Supporting Actor winner Mahershala Ali (Green Book) and Best Supporting Actress winner Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk)

Acting winners: After her big win, Colman posed backstage with the rest of the acting winners, Best Actor winner Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody), Best Supporting Actor winner Mahershala Ali (Green Book) and Best Supporting Actress winner Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk)

‘This is silly. What are the chances? I don’t want to get excited. I don’t want to face that disappointment. I just want to be on an even keel… I’m a mum, a wife, I’m a mate. I’m other things. You can see how people get sort of swept into it and I want to stay sane. 

‘I really value being able to do what I want and that’s changing. That has been slowly changing for years and I’ve had my problems with it…

‘I find it very upsetting when I think about it too much. But if I had a big red button to stop it I wouldn’t press it, because I love my job so much… I’m getting better and better roles, roles I dream of. But more people are seeing them.’

Big winners: Colman had her arm around Malek while King had her arm around her as they all held their Oscars

Big winners: Colman had her arm around Malek while King had her arm around her as they all held their Oscars

Big winners: Colman had her arm around Malek while King had her arm around her as they all held their Oscars

Over the moon: 'I really value being able to do what I want and that’s changing. That has been slowly changing for years and I’ve had my problems with it'

Over the moon: 'I really value being able to do what I want and that’s changing. That has been slowly changing for years and I’ve had my problems with it'

Over the moon: ‘I really value being able to do what I want and that’s changing. That has been slowly changing for years and I’ve had my problems with it’

In training: Far from the award being her only triumph of the night, Olivia looked simply sensational as she sported an ethereal and dramatic gown, which was certainly worthy of the evening's biggest winner

In training: Far from the award being her only triumph of the night, Olivia looked simply sensational as she sported an ethereal and dramatic gown, which was certainly worthy of the evening's biggest winner

In training: Far from the award being her only triumph of the night, Olivia looked simply sensational as she sported an ethereal and dramatic gown, which was certainly worthy of the evening’s biggest winner

Olivia’s stunning speech in full

‘It’s genuinely quite stressful. This is hilarious, I’ve got an Oscar.

‘I have to thank lots of people and if I forget anybody I’ll find you later and give you a massive snog [this is a kiss, for our overseas readers].

‘Yorgos, my best director and my best film, and Emily and Rachel the two best women in the world to fall in love with – you can imagine it wasn’t a hardship.

‘To be in this category, with these extraordinary women and Glenn Close – you are my idol and this is not how I wanted it to be. I love you all.

‘Lindy King my agent who took me on 20 years ago – thank you so much.

‘My mum and my dad and my kids who are at home watching, well if you’re not then well done, but I sort of hope you are. This is not going to happen again.

‘Any little girl who’s practising their speech on the telly – you never know! I used to work as a cleaner I used to love that job.

‘Oh – ‘please wrap up’ – [she is being told to end her speech, so she then blows a raspberry].

‘Ed [her husband] you’re my best friend and best supporter and he’s going to cry. I’m not. Thank you so much.

‘To Fox, everybody the cast the crew. Thank you, argh thank you so much. Lady Gaga I love you!”

 

Far from the award being her only triumph of the night, Olivia looked simply sensational as she sported an ethereal and dramatic gown, which was certainly worthy of the evening’s biggest winner. 

The forest green ensemble with its floor-sweeping hemline and high-neck was perfectly suited to her curvy frame and alabaster complexion yet the drama was layered on top.

Her shoulders were artfully draped with a sheer sheath of black organza which extended into a bolero at the arms and tied at the back in a vast bow which tumbled into a sweeping train. 

The brunette beauty’s hair was worn in the chic crop which is fast becoming her trademark style while her make-up was muted and the ensemble tied together with pearl drop earrings.  

Olivia wasn’t the only Brit to win one of Tinseltown’s biggest awards on Oscar Sunday, though her win was the most prominent.

British-born songwriter Mark Ronson won for Best Original Song for Shallow, which he co-wrote with Lady Gaga, Anthony Rossamondo and Andrew Wyatt.

Fellow Brit Paul Massey won for Best Sound Mixing for Bohemian Rhapsody, alongside Tim Cavagin and John Casali. Nina Hartstone from Berkshire U.K. also won Best Sound Editing for Bohemian Rhapsody with John Warhurst. 

After her big win, Colman posed backstage with the rest of the acting winners, Best Actor winner Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody), Best Supporting Actor winner Mahershala Ali (Green Book) and Best Supporting Actress winner Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk). 

Colman had her arm around Malek while King had her arm around her as they all held their Oscars.

Malek even surprised the actress with a kiss on the cheek as they posed in the backstage press area. 

The duo seemed engrossed as they chatted and no doubt broke down the highs and lows of their huge wins on the big night. Excited fans soon swarmed Twitter to lavish praise on the star. 

Surprise kiss: Malek even surprised the actress with a kiss on the cheek as they posed in the backstage press area

Surprise kiss: Malek even surprised the actress with a kiss on the cheek as they posed in the backstage press area

Surprise kiss: Malek even surprised the actress with a kiss on the cheek as they posed in the backstage press area

360 degrees: At the back, Olivia's dress featured a bow that tied up her wrap around design

360 degrees: At the back, Olivia's dress featured a bow that tied up her wrap around design

360 degrees: At the back, Olivia’s dress featured a bow that tied up her wrap around design

Cute duo: As her official red carpet date, Olivia brought husband Ed Sinclair to see her nominated

Cute duo: As her official red carpet date, Olivia brought husband Ed Sinclair to see her nominated

Cute duo: As her official red carpet date, Olivia brought husband Ed Sinclair to see her nominated

Happy days: Excited fans soon swarmed Twitter to lavish praise on the star, her win and her speech

Happy days: Excited fans soon swarmed Twitter to lavish praise on the star, her win and her speech

Happy days: Excited fans soon swarmed Twitter to lavish praise on the star, her win and her speech

Users of the microblogging site penned: ‘I LOVE Olivia Colman, I’m so happy go on the Norfolk gal x… WHOOP WHOOP #OliviaColman Best Actress!… Gawd I love her! she gave a shout out to her days working as a cleaner only dreaming of this day. She’s proof that belief, hard work & determination can make it happen for us…

‘So don’t let others limit you #Believe #Oscars… Olivia Colman is legit one of the most hilarious people on earth… Congratulations to Olivia Colman on her Oscar for best actress. What a superb actor… 

‘Bloody love Olivia Colman. Great acceptance speech. #Oscars… Don’t want to get carried away but I think Olivia Colman’s Oscar speech might have fixed everything… Ok so just seen Olivia Coleman’s acceptance speech and I’m full on sobbing, she is so precious and has to be protected at all times #OliviaColman.’

Bow-tiful: The former Peep Show star is expected to collect one of the big awards of night

Bow-tiful: The former Peep Show star is expected to collect one of the big awards of night

Bow-tiful: The former Peep Show star is expected to collect one of the big awards of night

Happy days: 'Bloody love Olivia Colman. Great acceptance speech. #Oscars... Don’t want to get carried away but I think Olivia Colman’s Oscar speech might have fixed everything... Ok so just seen Olivia Coleman’s acceptance speech and I’m full on sobbing, she is so precious and has to be protected at all times #OliviaColman'

Happy days: 'Bloody love Olivia Colman. Great acceptance speech. #Oscars... Don’t want to get carried away but I think Olivia Colman’s Oscar speech might have fixed everything... Ok so just seen Olivia Coleman’s acceptance speech and I’m full on sobbing, she is so precious and has to be protected at all times #OliviaColman'

Happy days: ‘Bloody love Olivia Colman. Great acceptance speech. #Oscars… Don’t want to get carried away but I think Olivia Colman’s Oscar speech might have fixed everything… Ok so just seen Olivia Coleman’s acceptance speech and I’m full on sobbing, she is so precious and has to be protected at all times #OliviaColman’

WINNERS FOR THE 91ST ACADEMY AWARDS

BEST PICTURE 

Roma

A Star Is Born

BlacKkKlansman

Green Book – WINNER

Vice

Black Panther 

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The Favourite 

Bohemian Rhapsody  

Happy times: Green Book won top honor Best Picture

Happy times: Green Book won top honor Best Picture

Happy times: Green Book won top honor Best Picture

BEST ACTOR

Christian Bale (Vice)

Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody) – WINNER

Bradley Cooper (A Star Is Born)

Viggo Mortensen (Green Book)

Willem Dafoe (At Eternity’s Gate)

BEST ACTRESS

Olivia Colman (The Favourite) – WINNER

Glenn Close (The Wife)

Lady Gaga (A Star Is Born)

Melissa McCarthy (Can You Ever Forgive Me?)

Yalitza Aparicio (Roma)  

Sweet: Olivia Colman tasted first Oscar gold with Best Actress win for The Favourite

Sweet: Olivia Colman tasted first Oscar gold with Best Actress win for The Favourite

Sweet: Olivia Colman tasted first Oscar gold with Best Actress win for The Favourite

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR 

Mahershala Ali (Green Book) – WINNER

Richard E. Grant (Can You Ever Forgive Me?)

Sam Elliott (A Star Is Born)

Sam Rockwell (Vice)

Adam Driver (BlacKkKlansman)

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Regina King (If Beale Street Could Talk) – WINNER

Amy Adams (Vice)

Rachel Weisz (The Favourite)

Emma Stone (The Favourite) 

Marina de Tavira (Roma) 

BEST DIRECTOR

Alfonso Cuaron (Roma) – WINNER

Spike Lee (BlacKkKlansman) 

Pawel Pawlikowski (Cold War)

Yorgos Lanthimos (The Favourite)

Adam McKay (Vice)

Double trouble: Alfonso Cuarón won Best Director and Cinematography for Roma

Double trouble: Alfonso Cuarón won Best Director and Cinematography for Roma

Double trouble: Alfonso Cuarón won Best Director and Cinematography for Roma

DOCUMENTARY

Free Solo – WINNER

Hale County This Morning, This Evening 

Minding the Gap 

Of Fathers and Sons

RBG

COSTUME DESIGN

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Black Panther – WINNER

Mary Poppins Returns

The Favourite

Mary Queen of Scots

FILM EDITING

BlacKkklansman

Bohemian Rhapsody – WINNER

The Favourite

Green BooK

Vice

We Are The Champions: Bohemian Rhapsody won four including Film Editing

We Are The Champions: Bohemian Rhapsody won four including Film Editing

We Are The Champions: Bohemian Rhapsody won four including Film Editing

ORIGINAL SCORE 

Black Panther – Ludwig Goransson – WINNER

BlacKkKlansman

If Beale Street Could Talk

Isle of Dogs

Mary Poppins Returns 

SOUND EDITING

Black Panther

Bohemian Rhapsody – WINNER

First Man

A Quiet Place

Roma 

 SOUND MIXING 

Black Panther

Bohemian Rhapsody – WINNER

First Man

Roma

A Star Is Born

PRODUCTION DESIGN 

Black Panther – WINNER

First Man

The Favourite

Mary Poppins Returns

Roma 

Wakanda forever! Black Panther won Best  Production and Costume Design

Wakanda forever! Black Panther won Best  Production and Costume Design

Wakanda forever! Black Panther won Best  Production and Costume Design

DOCUMENTARY SHORT 

Black Sheep

End Game

A Night At The Garden

Period. End Of Sentence. – WINNER

Lifeboat 

ANIMATED SHORT

Animal Behaviour

Bao – WINNER

Late Afternoon

One Small Step

Weekends

LIVE ACTION SHORT 

Detainment

Fauve

Marguerite

Mother

Skin – WINNER 

Golden: Guy Nattiv and Jaime Ray Newman accepted Best Live Action Short for Skin

Golden: Guy Nattiv and Jaime Ray Newman accepted Best Live Action Short for Skin

Golden: Guy Nattiv and Jaime Ray Newman accepted Best Live Action Short for Skin

ANIMATED FEATURE 

Incredibles 2

Isle of Dogs

Mirai

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse – WINNER  

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM 

Capernaum (Lebanon)

Cold War (Poland)

Never Look Away (Germany)

Roma (Mexico) – WINNER

Shoplifters (Japan)

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY 

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

BlacKkKlansman – Written by Charlie Wachtel & David Rabinowitz and Kevin Willmott & Spike Lee – WINNER

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

If Beale Street Could Talk

A Star Is Born  

Purple reign: Spike Lee earned his first ever Oscar in the Best Adapted Screenplay category for BlacKkKlansman

Purple reign: Spike Lee earned his first ever Oscar in the Best Adapted Screenplay category for BlacKkKlansman

Purple reign: Spike Lee earned his first ever Oscar in the Best Adapted Screenplay category for BlacKkKlansman

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY 

The Favourite 

First Reformed

Green Book -Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie, Peter Farrelly – WINNER

Roma

Vice 

MAKEUP AND HAIR

Border

Mary Queen of Scots

Vice – WINNER

VISUAL EFFECTS 

Avengers: Infinity War

Christopher Robin

First Man – WINNER

Ready Player One

Solo: A Star Wars Story

 ORIGINAL SONG

All The Stars (Black Panther)

I’ll Fight (RBG)

The Place Where Lost Things Go (Mary Poppins Returns)

Shallow (A Star Is Born) – Lady Gaga – WINNER

When A Cowboy Trades His Spurs For Wings (The Ballad of Buster Scruggs)

Touching: Lady Gaga won Best Original Song for A Star Is Born hit Shallow

Touching: Lady Gaga won Best Original Song for A Star Is Born hit Shallow

Touching: Lady Gaga won Best Original Song for A Star Is Born hit Shallow

CINEMATOGRAPHY  

Cold War

The Favourite

Never Look Away

Roma – Alfonso Cuarón – WINNER

A Star Is Born

 

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