1917 was undoubted the biggest winner on the night, taking home the award for the best film.

 

The British version of the Oscars had nominated Joker with 11 nominations, followed by  Once Upon a Time in Hollywood with 10 nods,  The Irishman -10 nominations, and 1917 with only nine overall nominations.

In the end, 1917  dominated the awards, winning all but two of its nine categories, including the top prizes of Best Film and Director. Fellow awards season darling Parasite, meanwhile, won for Best Film Not in the English Language and Best Original Screenplay. And despite its massive nomination haul, The Irishman went home completely empty-handed.

Check Complete List of winners below

BEST FILM

“1917”

LEADING ACTRESS

RENÉE ZELLWEGER
“Judy”

LEADING ACTOR

JOAQUIN PHOENIX
“Joker”

DIRECTOR

“1917”
Sam Mendes

OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM

“1917”

OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER

“BAIT”

FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

“PARASITE”

DOCUMENTARY

“FOR SAMA”

ANIMATED FILM

“KLAUS”

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

“PARASITE”

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

“JOJO RABBIT”

SUPPORTING ACTRESS

LAURA DERN
“Marriage Story”

SUPPORTING ACTOR

BRAD PITT
“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”

ORIGINAL SCORE

“JOKER”
Hildur Guðnadóttir

CASTING

“JOKER”
Shayna Markowitz

CINEMATOGRAPHY

“1917”
Roger Deakins

EDITING

“FORD V FERRARI (LE MANS ’66)”

PRODUCTION DESIGN

“1917”

COSTUME DESIGN

“LITTLE WOMEN”

MAKE UP & HAIR

“BOMBSHELL”

SOUND

“1917”

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS

“1917”

BRITISH SHORT ANIMATION

“GRANDAD WAS A ROMANTIC”

BRITISH SHORT FILM

“LEARNING TO SKATEBOARD IN A WARZONE (IF YOU’RE A GIRL)”

EE RISING STAR AWARD

Micheal Ward

OUTSTANDING BRITISH CONTRIBUTION TO CINEMA

Andy Serkis

 

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