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Oscar Awards 2024: Complete List of Winners and Best Looks

As the curtains closed on a cinematic calendar year filled with pandering, excitement, and moments that sparked both joy and anger, the 2024 Academy Awards took center stage on March 10. This awards season delivered it all: from Bradley Cooper’s six-year journey in conducting school for a brief six-minute sequence, to Cillian Murphy relinquishing his title as Ireland’s Sweetheart to the rising star Ayo Edebiri. The echo of Barbie snubs reverberated through the ethereal offices of the gaslight, gatekeeper, girlboss co-working space – The Wing.

In a ceremony that celebrated achievements in the film arts and technology, Oppenheimer emerged as the front-runner with an impressive 13 nominations, closely followed by Poor Things with 11 nods. The Oppenhomies claimed seven trophies, clinching victories in coveted categories such as Best Picture and Best Director. Meanwhile, Emma Stone of «Poor Things» secured the Best Actress award, dashing the hopes of «Killers of the Flower Moon» after ten nominations.

Billie Eilish made history by winning her second Oscar for her Barbie song, adding another milestone to her illustrious career. Additionally, Cillian Murphy made waves as the first-ever Irish-born winner for Best Actor, marking a significant moment in Oscars history.

As the glittering awards season concludes, the 2024 Oscars will be remembered for its stellar performances, unexpected triumphs, and the unforgettable journey of cinematic talents who captivated audiences worldwide.

The Winners

  • Best Picture: Oppenheimer
  • Best Director: Oppenheimer – Christopher Nolan
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role: Emma Stone
  • Best Actor in a Leading Role: Cillian Murphy
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Da’Vine Joy Randolph – The Holdovers
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Robert Downey Jr. – Oppenheimer
  • Best Original Screenplay: Anatomy of a Fall – Justin Triet, Arthur Harari
  • Best Adapted Screenplay: American Fiction – Cord Jefferson
  • Best Editing: Oppenheimer
  • Best International Film: «The Zone of Interest» (La zona de interés)
  • Best Animated Film: Kimitachi wa Dō Ikiru ka (The Boy and the Heron)
  • Best Animated Short Film: War is Over! Inspired by the music of John & Oko – Dace Mullins, Brad Booker
  • Best Makeup and Hairstyling: «Poor Things» (Pobres criaturas)
  • Best Production Design: «Poor Things» (Pobres criaturas) – Production Design: James Price and Shona Heath, Set Decoration: Zsuzsa Mihalek
  • Best Costume Design: «Poor Things» (Pobres criaturas)
  • Best Visual Effects: Godzilla Minus One
  • Best Documentary Film: 20 Days in Mariupol («20 días en Mariúpol»)
  • Best Documentary Short Film: The Last Repair Shop
  • Best Cinematography: Oppenheimer
  • Best Fiction Short Film: The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar – Wes Anderson, Steven Rales
  • Best Sound: «The Zone of Interest» (La zona de interés)
  • Best Original Score: Oppenheimer
  • Best Original Song: What Was I Made For? – Barbie

Words: @annaamaso