Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Winners of the 85th Academy Awards (Updated)








Sorry, blog viewers, I absolutely forgot
to write down that Christopher Waltz
was in the nominees section for Best
Supporting Actor because I didn't
notice him in this category, I guess
some of you did miss watching the
Academy Awards. Here are the
winners that received the Oscars for
this 85th ceremony and you'll might
find that there is a tie in one of the
award categories.


Best Visual Effects

Life of Pi - Bill Westenhofer, Guillaume Rocheron,
Erik-Jan De Boer and R. Christopher White

Best Film Editing

Argo - William Goldenberg


Best Costume Design

Anna Karenina - Jacqueline Durran


Best Make-up and Hairstyling

Les Miserables - Lisa Westcott and
Julie Dartnell

Best Cinematography

Life of Pi - Claudio Miranda

Best Production Design

Lincoln - Rick Carter and Jim Erickson

Best Sound Mixing

Les Miserables - Andy Nelson, Mark Peterson
and Simon Hayes

Best Sound Editing (tie)

Skyfall - Per Hallberg and Karen Baker
Landers
Zero Dark Thirty - Paul N. J. Ottosson

Best Original Song

"Skyfall" from Skyfall - Adele Adkins
and Paul Epworth

Best Original Score

Life of Pi - Mychael Danna

Best Animated Short Film

Paperman - John Kahrs

Best Live Action Short Film

Curfew - Shawn Christensen

Best Documentary Short

Inocente - Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fane


Best Documentary Feature

Searching for Sugar Man - Simon Chinn and John
Battsek

Best Foreign Language Film

Amour (Austria)


Best Animated Film

Brave - Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman


Best Writing - Adapted Screenplay

Argo - Chris Terrio


Best Writing - Original Screenplay

Django Unchained - Quentin Tarantino

Best Supporting Actress

Anne Hathaway - Les Miserables

Best Supporting Actor

Christopher Waltz - Django Unchained


Best Actress

Jennifer Lawrence - Silver Linings Playbook

Best Actor 

Daniel Day-Lewis - Lincoln

Best Director

Ang Lee - Life of Pi

Best Picture

Argo - Grant Heslov, Ben Affleck and
George Clooney

Academy Honorary Award

D.A. Pennebaker

Hal Needham
George Stevens Jr.


I was little surprised that the PIXAR animated feature BRAVE (click here) took home the prize, I was completely outraged for this to happen. It should have been the other movies like Tim Burton's FRANKENWEENIE (click here) just as I once believed that HUGO (click here) was going to win for Best Picture in last year's awards ceremony but why would somebody pick BRAVE as the ultimate contender, it's not acceptable and it is a very inbodacious choice. If some of you people are unhappy about it, just tell me about the 85th Academy Awards.

2 comments:

  1. While I still have not seen Brave, the Pixar bias is getting ridiculous. Wreck-It-Ralph or Frankenweenie really should have won Best Animated Picture.

    -James

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    1. You are right, I may not like the other Pixar films apart from The Incredibles and WALL.E and you wish that studio would produce a mature animated film that doesn't include a heart-warming plot-line, no comic relief and be more interesting than you least expect.

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