Oscars 2020 Winners: Parasite Wins Big, 1917 Stumbles

Worthy winners?

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We’ve reached the end of the awards season with the Oscar winners announced, and it was a wonderful night for South Korea’s Parasite, winning four of its six nominations, including Best Picture, a surprise win for Best Director, and taking home prizes for its Original Screenplay and International Film.

For other multiple winners, 1917 had three wins for Cinematography, Sound Mixing and Visual Effects, though there’s no doubt Universal is disappointed in it losing seven of its ten categories. Ford v Ferrari had two wins for Sound Editing and Film Editing, Joker took home Best Actor for Joaquin Phoenix and Original Score, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood had wins for Brad Pitt in Supporting Actor and in Production Design.

I’ll have a follow-up article in the coming days since we have a lot to talk about for the upsets this year, but here are all the winners:

Best Picture – Parasite
Best Director – Bong Joon Ho – Parasite
Best Actor in a Leading Role – Joaquin Phoenix – Joker
Best Actress in a Leading Role – Renee Zellweger – Judy
Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Brad Pitt – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Laura Dern – Marriage Story
Best Original Screenplay – Parasite
Best Adapted Screenplay – Jojo Rabbit
Best Animated Feature – Toy Story 4
Best International Film – Parasite
Best Documentary Feature – American Factory
Best Cinematography – 1917
Best Film Editing – Ford v Ferrari
Best Original Score – Joker
Best Original Song – “I’m Gonna Love Me Again” – Rocketman
Best Costume Design – Little Women
Best Production Design – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Best Makeup and Hairstyling – Bombshell
Best Sound Mixing – 1917
Best Sound Editing – Ford v Ferrari
Best Visual Effects – 1917
Best Animated Short – Hair Love
Best Documentary Short – Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone
Best Live Action Short – The Neighbor’s Window

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