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Oscar Award Winners List 2023 Revealed – Popgeek

Oscar Award Winners List

So, movie maniacs, grace yourself; the year’s most prestigious and most awaited Award show is finally here. Yes, you are hearing this right, the 95th edition of the Academy Awards makes its way on 12th March 2023. And none other but the American comedian and TV Host Jimmy Kimmel took the suit as the third time host to reveal the Oscar Award Winners List 2023 at Dolby Theatres in Los Angeles. Speaking of the show’s viewership, 15.36 million audiences were estimated to flock to their screens as soon as the Oscars telecast on Sunday. Big films, actors, and actresses worldwide brought all the charm to the prestigious night.

As soon as Oscar Awards kicked off, acknowledging names for their mind-boggling deliveries throughout the year, Guillermo Del Toros’ Pinocchio took home the Best Animated Feature Film Award this year. Winning Oscars’ Best Animated Feature Film Award against big contenders like Turning Red, The Sea Beast, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, and Marcel the Shell With Shoes isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Looks like. the jury has made a good choice by picking the right nose, i.e., Pinocchio for Best Animated Feature Film Award presented by Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson on the show.

It was one victorious day for Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s direction, Everything Everywhere All at Once, as the sci-fi dominated the Oscars Awards with seven wins after receiving 11 nominations in the ceremony. Everything Everywhere All at Once is an American absurdist comedy-drama film produced by Anthony and Joe Russo. The film’s plot revolves around a Chinese Immigrant, Evelyn Wang, played by Michelle Yeoh, who must connect her parallel universe versions to stop a powerful force from destroying the multiverse.

After, Everything Everywhere All at Once, the 2022’s German epic-war film All Quiet on the Western Front led the list of winning the most Oscars, followed by The Whale, which took two Oscars on 12th March 2023. To get the complete list of Oscar award winners list 2023, keep reading the article here.

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#1. Oscars Best Picture Award

Oscars Best Picture Award
Oscars Best Picture Award

The Oscars Best Picture Award was presented to the film that dominated the prestigious night with seven wins, Everything Everywhere All at Once. Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s Everything Everywhere All at Once defeated big contenders like All Quiet on the Western Front, Avatar: The Way of Water, The Banshees of Inisherin, Elvis, The Fabelmans, Tar, Top Gun: Maverick, Triangle of Sadness and Women Talking.  

Everything Everywhere All at Once is an absurdist comedy-drama film Anthony and Joe Russo produced the previous year. The film’s plot centers around a Chinese Immigrant, Evelyn Wang, who must connect with her versions in the parallel universe to stop evil from destroying the multiverse.

#2. Oscars Best Actress Award in a Supporting Role 

Oscars Best Actress Award in a Supporting Role
Oscars Best Actress Award in a Supporting Role

The Oscars Best Actress Award in a Supporting Role nominated Angela Bassett for her role in Black Panther Wakanda Forever, Hong Chau for The Whale, Kerry Condon for The Banshees of Inisherin, and Stephanie Hsu and Jamie Lee Curtis for Everything Everywhere All at Once.

And once again, the 7 Oscar winner film Everything Everywhere All at Once’s actress Jamie Lee Curtis took the honor. Hmm! It’s one big night for Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s direction. Jamie Lee Curtis plays the role of an IRS inspector, Deirdre Beaubeirdre, and essays different versions of her character through different timelines in the multiverse belonging to Everything Everywhere All at Once.

#3. Oscars Best Actor Award in a Supporting Role

Oscars Best Actor Award in a Supporting Role
Oscars Best Actor Award in a Supporting Role

The Oscars Best Actor Award in a Supporting Role was honored to Ke Huy Quan for his role in Everything Everywhere All at Once. O gosh! You must be tired now of listening to the same film winning every Oscar we count now. But it is what it is. Everything Everywhere All at Once has created history, winning 7 Oscars on Sunday.

And Ke Huy Quan, who took home the Best Actor Award, was seen walking in pride for playing Waymond, the meta-verse traveling husband in the Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert direction Everything Everywhere All at Once. Whereas the Oscar nominees in 2023 whose stomachs clenched with jealousy included Brendan Gleeson, Brian Tyree Henry, Judd Hirsch, and Barry Keoghan.

#4. Oscars International Feature Film Award

Oscars International Feature Film Award

The Oscars International Feature Film Award saw its nominees in All Quiet on the Western Front (Germany), Argentina, 1985 (Argentina), Close (Belgium), EO (Poland), and The Quiet Girl (Ireland). While these five big contenders played hard to make it to the stage, Erich Maria Remarque’s novel based 2022 film All Quiet on the Western Front sparked the victorious celebrations on stage.

All Quiet on the Western Front centers around a young German’s soldiers’ horrible experiences and the distress he faces at the time of World War War I. Directed and written by Edward Berger, All Quiet on the Western Front features Felix Kammerer, Albrecht Schuch, and Aaron Hilmer in the leading roles.

#5. Oscars Best Short Documentary Award

Oscars Best Short Documentary Award
Oscars Best Short Documentary Award

The Oscars 2023 turns into one big night for India as the country brings home the Best Short Documentary Award for the film The Elephant Whisperers against big contenders like Haulout, How Do You Measure a Year? The Martha Mitchell Effect, and Stranger at the Gate. The Elephant Whisperers is a 41-minute short documentary directed by Kartiki Gonsalves, which secured a 7.3 rating on IMDB.

The Elephant Whisperers sees Bomman and Belllie, a couple in South India who dedicate their lives to caring for a baby elephant named Raghu. The trio eventually forges a strong connection like no other ad breaks all the barriers that the world may seem between humans and animals.

#6. Oscars Best Documentary Feature Award

Oscars Best Documentary Feature Award
Oscars Best Documentary Feature Award

Canadian documentary film director, Daniel Rohers’ Navalny, wins the Best Feature Film Award. The nominated names in the category were India’s All That Breathes, All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Fire of Love, and A House Made of Splinters.

Daniel Rohers’ Navalny follows a man who survived an assassination attempt in August 2020. While the time he recovers from his wounds, he discovers some shocking things about the attempt on his life and makes up his mind to return to his home. Navalny is available to watch on HBO Max.

#7. Oscars Best Original Song Award

Oscars Best Original Song Award
Oscars Best Original Song Award

Once again, the Oscars night became a glorious moment for India. Its Golden Globes Winner film RRR’s song Naatu Naatu won the Best Original Song Award in the prestigious ceremony. Nominees who were left behind in the race Applause, from Tell it Like a Woman, Hold My Hand from Top Gun: Maverick, Lift Me Up from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and This is a Life From Everything Everywhere All at Once.

RRR’s Naatu Naatu songwriters M.M. Keeravani and Chandrabose received the Oscar. Still, many other persons, including the choreographer and stars, should be attributed for the songs’ historic success.

#8. Oscars Best Animated Feature Film Award

Oscars Best Animated Feature Film Award

Guillermo Del Toros’ Pinocchio won the Best Animated Feature Film Award against big contenders like Turning Red, The Sea Beast, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, and Marcel the Shell With Shoes.

On the show, Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson presented the Best Animated Feature Film Award honoring Pinocchio as the ultimate winner. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, Pinocchio sees the story of a puppet brought to life by a fairy who tasks him to lead a virtuous life to become a real boy.

#9. Oscars Best Adapted Screenplay Award

Oscars Best Adapted Screenplay Award

The highest-grossing film in the USA, Top Gun: Maverick, loses out to Women Talking at Oscars 2023 to win the Best Adapted Screenplay Award. The nominated names in the category were All Quiet on the Western Front, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, and Living. Women Talking, which wins Best Adapted Screenplay, documents the story of women of an isolated community grappling with reconciling a harsh reality related to their religion and faith. Directed by Sarah Polley, Women Talking features Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, and Jessie Buckley in the lead roles.

#10. Oscars Best Original Screenplay Award

Oscars Best Original Screenplay Award
Oscars Best Original Screenplay Award

The Oscars Best Original Screenplay Award announced Everything Everywhere All at Once as the ultimate winner. Whereas the audiences’ most anticipated names, The Fabelsman, The Banshees of Inisherin, Tar, and Triangle of Sadness, were left clapping for the victory.

#11. Oscars Best Actor in the Leading Role

Oscars Best Actor in the Leading Role
Oscars Best Actor in the Leading Role

Brendan Fraser became the Oscar winners best actor in the leading role for his movie The Whale, directed by Darren Aronofsky. Nominees who lost out to Brendan Fraser were Austin Butler from Elvis, Colin Farrell from The Banshees of Inisherin, Paul Mescal from Aftersun, and Bill Nighy from Living. 

#12. Oscars Best Actress in the Leading Role

Oscars Best Actress in the Leading Role
Oscars Best Actress in the Leading Role

Michelle Yeoh becomes the best actress Oscar Winners in the leading role award for Everything Everywhere All at Once. While it felt pretty difficult for her to win over competitors like Cate Blanchett for Tar, Ana De Armas for Blonde, Andrea Riseborough To Leslie, and Michelle Williams for The Fabelmans, she managed well come with flying colors.

Michelle Yeoh plays a Chinese immigrant Evelyn Wang, in Everything Everywhere All at Once, who must connect with her parallel universe versions to stop a powerful force from destroying the multiverse.

#13. Oscars Best Director

Oscars Best Director
Oscars Best Director

Reckoning that Everything Everywhere All at Once won the Best Picture Award, it could be no surprise that the film also took the Oscar Best Director Award in the dazzling ceremony. Directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert stepped in to receive the honor post the victorious announcement.

Big contenders who subsequently fought for the title were Martin McDonagh from The Banshees of Inisherin, Steven Spielberg from The Fabelmans, Todd Field for Tar, and Ruben Ostlund for Triangle of Sadness.

#14. Oscars Best Production Design

Oscars Best Production Design

All Quiet on the Western Front won the Oscar for Best Production Design defeating Avatar: The Way of Water, Babylon, Elvis, and The Fabelmans.  All Quiet on the Western Front was released on 28th October 2022, starring Felix Kammerer, Lesley Peterson, and Ian Stokell in the lead roles.

#15. Oscars Best Cinematography Award

Oscars Best Cinematography Award
Oscars Best Cinematography Award

The Oscars Best Cinematography Award sees its winner in All Quiet on the Western Front. Whereas James Cameron’s highly anticipated Avatar: The Way of Water loses it on the day, The other prominent contenders who expected to take home the winning title for Best Cinematography Award included Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths, Elvis, Empire of Light and Tar released in 2022.

#16. Oscars Best Costume Design

Oscars Best Costume Design
Oscars Best Costume Design

Letitia Wright’s starrer Black Panther Wakanda Forever won the Best Costume Design Award at Oscar held this Sunday. Whereas films like Babylon, Elvis, Everything Everywhere All at Once, and Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, which also did pretty well with their movie characters’ costumes, were lost in the final race. We wish them the best of luck for the next time, though.

#17. Oscars Best Sound Award

Oscars Best Sound Award
Oscars Best Sound Award

The bonafide box office hit Top Gun Maverick again makes a victorious move for doing the thrilling work with its soundtracks. Top Gun Maverick wins the Oscars Best Sound Award against contenders like The Flying Sailor, Ice Merchants, My Year of Dicks, and An Ostrich Told Me the World is Fake, and I Think I Believe It on Sunday.

The film’s teams’ synaptic sound, which took us to the Naval aircraft amongst the action-packed sequences, gets paid for their efforts on the Oscars night at the Dolby Theatres in Los Angeles.

#18. Oscars Best Animated Short Film

Oscars Best Animated Short Film
Oscars Best Animated Short Film

The Oscars Best Animated Short Film nominates The Flying Sailor, Ice Merchants, My Year of Dicks, The Boy, The Mole, The Fox, and the Horse, and An Ostrich Told Me the World is Fake, and I Think I Believe It for the award.

Among the five competitors, The Boy, The Mole, The Fox, and the Horse won the Best Animated Short Film directed by Peter Baynton and Charlie Mackesy, respectively. The Boy, The Mole, The Fox, and the Horse centers around a Boy, a Mole, a Fox, and a Horse as the group of four create an unexpected bond and joins the boys’ journey of searching for his home.

#19. Oscars Live Action Short Film Award

Oscars Live Action Short Film Award
Oscars Live Action Short Film Award

An Irish Goodbye, Ivalu, Le Pupille, Night Ride, and The Red Suitcase received nominations for the Oscars Live Action Short Film Award. And guess who turns out to be the winner? Well, it is none other than Tom Berkeley and Ross White’s An Irish Goodbye who comes out with flying colors. An Irish Goodbye is a story of two brothers in rural Northern Ireland who reunites post their mother’s untimely death. Michelle Fairley, Paddy Jenkins, and James Martin star in lead roles for An Irish Goodbye.

#20. Best Original Score Award

Best Original Score Award
Best Original Score Award

The Best Original Score Award goes to All Quiet on the Western Front, directed by Edward Berger. Nominees who competed for Best Original Score were Babylon, The Banshees Inisherin, Everything Everywhere All at Once, and The Fabelmans.

21#. Oscars Best Visual Effects

 Oscars Best Visual Effects
Oscars Best Visual Effects

Considering James Cameron’s Avatar sequel Avatar: The Way of Water was highly praised for its rich and flawless CGI filming and dazzling underwater sequences, it’s sure that Sam Worthington starrer has to win the Oscars Best Visual Effects Awardthat that day. Despite, All Quiet on the Western Front, The Batman, Black Panther Wakanda Forever, and Top Gun Mavericl’s involvements in race, we know it can only be the visual artisan’s Avatar: The Way of Water to win all accolades when subjected to the Best Visual Effects.

#22. Best Film Editing

Best Film Editing
Best Film Editing

For the one last time, we call the name Everything Everywhere All at Once for another Oscar, i.e., Best Film Editing Award winner. Congratulations on the victory, makers. Everything Everywhere All at Once defeats The Banshees of Inisherin, Elvis, Tar, and Top Gun Maverick for the said accolade.

#23. Oscars Best Makeup and Hairstyling

Oscar Award Winners List
Oscars Best Makeup and Hairstyling

All Quiet on the Western Front, Black Panther Wakanda Forever, Elvis, The Whale, and The Batman join the race for one last award, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, at the Oscars ceremony Sunday. The Dolby Theatres and its audiences witness Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale winning the Best Makeup and Hairstyling Award against its longtime competitor competing for one last time on the day.

So, that’s all we have for the Oscars Award Winners List 2023 today. For more such updates, stay tuned to the page.

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