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96th Academy Awards Celebrate a Night of Diverse Victories: List Of Winners

The Dolby Theatre glittered as Hollywood's elite gathered for the 96th Academy Awards. The ceremony, livestreamed on Disney+, saw a night of surprises and familiar faces taking home the golden statuettes.


Oppenheimer Claims Top Prize, But Barbie Makes Noise

While Christopher Nolan's biopic, Oppenheimer, led the pack with 13 nominations, it was American Fiction that took home the coveted Best Picture award. Despite the snub, Barbie still managed to leave its mark with wins for Best Original Song ("What Was I Made For") and Best Costume Design.


Cillian Murphy and Emma Stone Crowned Best Actors


Cillian Murphy emerged victorious in the Best Actor category for his portrayal of J. Robert Oppenheimer, while Emma Stone reigned supreme as Best Actress for her role in Poor Things.


Supporting Categories See Upsets and Veterans

Robert Downey Jr., a surprise nominee for Oppenheimer, defied the odds and won the Best Supporting Actor award. Da'Vine Joy Randolph continued her winning streak, adding another Best Supporting Actress trophy to her shelf for her performance in The Holdovers.


Technical Categories Showcase Spectacle and Subtlety

Godzilla Minus One reigned supreme in the Best Visual Effects category, while Poor Things swept the categories of Best Costume Design and Best Makeup and Hairstyling. Oppenheimer took home several awards for its technical prowess, including Best Cinematography and Best Film Editing.


Animation Flourishes with Diverse Winners

Hayao Miyazaki and Toshio Suzuki's The Boy and the Heron soared as the Best Animated Feature, while the poignant short film War Is Over! Inspired by the Music of John and Yoko claimed the Best Animated Short Film award.


Documentaries Shine a Light on Global Issues

The powerful documentary 20 Days in Mariupol won Best Documentary Feature Film, while The Last Repair Shop took home the award for Best Documentary Short Film.


International Cinema Takes Center Stage

The United Kingdom's The Zone of Interest nabbed the Best International Feature Film award, showcasing the global reach of storytelling.


The 96th Academy Awards proved to be a night of unexpected triumphs, celebrating both established veterans and fresh voices in cinema. With a diverse range of winners and a night filled with memorable moments, the ceremony solidified Hollywood's ability to entertain and inspire audiences worldwide.

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