Mad Max: Fury Road Wins Big At The 88th Oscars

By Ikenga Chronicles February 29, 2016

Mad Max: Fury Road Wins Big At The 88th Oscars

The 88th Academy Awards (popularly known as “The Oscars”) has finally ended.Dogged by the controversy of racism and such actors as Will and Jada Smith stating that they will not be attending, the racism aura hung over the award,days leading into it. Host Chris Rock dutifully addressed this in a 9-minute monologue (which has become known as the “Chris Rock Monologue”), eased the tension, and set the stage for an incredibly night.

Hollywood’s glitz and glam was in full display at the Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, Los Angeles, and at the end of the night,the following ran out winners;

Stutterer     –Live Action Short Film
Alejandro G. Iñárritu, The Revenant — Best Director
Sam Smith’s “Writings on the Wall”– Best ORiginal Song
Son of Saul –Best Foreign Language film
Mark Rylance in Bridge of Spies –Best Actor in a supporting role
The Revenant— Best Cinematography
Mad Max: Fury Road— Best Production Design
Mad Max: Fury Road — Best Costume Design
Margaret Sixel (for Mad Max: Fury Road)–Film Editing
Mark Mangini and David White( for Mad Max: Fury Road)–Sound Editing
Chris Jenkins, Gregg Rudloff and Ben Osmo( for Mad Max: Fury Road) –Sound Mixing
Bear Story–Animated Short Film
Inside Out–Animated Feature Film
Ex Machina–Visual Effects
The Big Short –Best Adapted Screenplay
Spotlight –Best Original Screenplay
Alicia Vikander in The Danish Girl–Actress in a Supporting Role
Amy–Documentary Feature
Spotlight— Best Picture
The Hateful Eight–Original Score
A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness— Documentary Short
Leonardo DiCaprio  in Revenant –Best Actor in a leading role
Brie Larson in Room –Best Actress in a leading role

 

 

Photo Credit: Comingsoon.net

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