‘The Shape of Water’ wins the Oscar for best film. Gary Oldman wins best actor for ‘Darkest Hour’ and Frances McDormand best actress for ” Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri.
The Oscars were for the 90th time distributed. In his openingsmonoloog went presenter Jimmy Kimmel (who last year presented) directly to the elephant in the room: “When your name is called, then continue to do it. We should just double-check that you really have won’, he told the packed audience in the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Last year was accidentally the Oscar for best film was awarded to La La Land, while Moonlight, the real winner was.
Kimmel also went extensively into Harvey Weinstein, and the #MeToo movement that the fall of Weinstein has brought about. Kimmel pointed to the large Oscarbeeld on the stage and said: ‘Oscar is the most beloved and respected man in Hollywood, for a very good reason. He keeps his hands where you can see them, never say something onbeleefds and the most important, he has no penis.’ Further, said Kimmel about sexual misconduct in the workplace: ‘The world is watching us. We must set an example. If we are successful, do women only with harassment to have to deal all the time on all other places where they are going.’
Halfway through the evening names Ashley Judd, Salma Hayek and Annabelle Sciorastage. The actresses are a few of the women who Weinstein accused of sexual harassment and took their moment at the Oscars to all the women who have come forward in recent years, within and outside of Hollywood, to thank them for their courage.
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Diversity in Hollywood
It was during the evening regularly looks at the importance of inclusiveness in Hollywood. For example, when the Pixar film, ‘Coco’, about the Mexican Day of the Dead, the Oscar for best animated film won. ‘Coco is proof that art can change the world and connect,” said producer Darla K. Anderson. “And that can only happen if we have a place where everyone has the feeling that he is being heard by others.” Her colleague Lee Ulkrichfell on her: “People in the margin have the right to feel that they belong. Representation matters.’
Earlier in the evening had actors Lupita Nyongo (Black Panther) and Kumail Nanjiani (The Big Sick) already drew attention to the so-called ‘Dreamers’ – American immigrants without official residence permit for months the subject of fierce political debate. Nyongo and Nanjiani are both immigrants (Nyongo comes from Kenya, Nanjiani from Pakistan) and told how she dreamed of ever in Hollywood. “We are also dreamers. Dreams are the foundation of Hollywood, and dreams are the foundation of America.”
When comediennes Tiffany Haddish , and Maya Rudolph, the Oscar for documentary and short films uitreikten, they made jokes about that the Oscars still ‘white enough’. It referred them to the criticism of a number of years ago when there was virtually only white nominees were. ‘Don’t worry,” said Haddish, ‘there are backstage still sat white people!’
The short action Haddish and Rudolph was on Twitter with much enthusiasm, and there was already a few times suggested: we see here the presenters of next year?
Can we get Tiffany Haddish & Maya Rudolph hosting next year’s Oscars? Thank you. Bye.
— Kaitlyn Saint (@HeresKaitlyn) March 5, 2018
Tiffany Haddish & Maya Rudolph hosting next year’s #Oscars CONFIRMED @TiffanyHaddish @MayaRudolph pic.twitter.com/JP7DouQ2Vq
— Arisa Cox (@arisacox) March 5, 2018
Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph should be hosting. #Oscars
— Angelica Jade (@angelicabastien) March 5, 2018
And when Frances McDormand her Oscar for Best Female lead, and shrugged, and she asked all the women in the audience who has a nomination in the bag had that evening. “Look around you people. These women have stories to tell. Talk tonight on the parties, not with us about how our projects can finance, but come a few days into our offices.’ Among others, Meryl Streep, Laurie Metcalfand Margot Robbie were proud and applaudiseerden of McDormand’s call for the voices of women better heard in Hollywood.
‘The Shape of Water” was thirteen times nominated, and won four awards, including best director and best film. The other big winner was ‘Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, which, among other best male supporting role and best female lead won.
Here are the winners of the evening, in order of presentation:
Best male supporting role
Sam Rockwell, for his role in ‘Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri.
Best hair and make-up
Kazuhiro Tsuji, David Malinowski, and Lucy Sibbick for ‘Darkest Hour’.
Best costume design
Mark Bridges for “Phantom Thread”
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Best documentary (feature film)
Bryan Fogel and Dan Cogan for ‘Icarus’.
Best Sound Editing
Richard King and Alex Gibson for ‘Dunkirk’
Mark Weingarten, Gregg Landaker and Gary A. Rizzo for ‘Dunkirk’
Best Production Design and Set Design
Paul D. Austerberry (Production designer) and Shane Vieau and Jeff Melvin (Set Design) for “The Shape of Water’.
Best Foreign Film
‘A Fantastic Woman’ by director Sebastian Lelio of Chile.
Best female supporting role
Alison Jenney, for her role in “I, Tonya’.
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Best short animated film
‘Dear Basketball’, by Glen Keane, and Koby Bryant.
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Best Visual Effects
John Nelson, Gerd Nefzer, Paul Lambert, and Richard R. Hoover for ‘Blade Runner 2049’
Best Film Editing
Lee Smith for ‘Dunkirk’.
Best Documentary (short)
‘Heaven is a traffic jam on the 405’ by Frank Stiefel.
Best Live Action Short Film
‘The Silent Child’.
Best Custom Scenario
‘Call Me By Your Name’
Best Original Screenplay
‘Get Out’ of Jorden Peele
Roger Deakins for ‘Blade Runner 2049’
Andra Day and Common impressed with their song ‘Stand Up for Something’ from the movie ‘Marshall’, nominated for an Oscar. On the stage were ten activists: Alice Brown Otter, Bana al-Abed, Bryan Stevenson, Cecile Richards, Dolores Huerta, Janet Mock, José Andrés, Nicole Hockley, Patrisse Cullors and Tarana Burke.
Best Original Score
Alexander Desplat for ‘The Shape of Water’.
Best Original Song
Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez for ‘Remember Me ‘Coco’.
Guillermo del Toro for ‘The Shape of Water’
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Best Male Lead
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Gary Oldman for ‘Darkest Hour’.
Best Female Lead
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Frances McDormand for ‘Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri
‘The Shape of Water’