The Oscars 2013: full list of winners
It was a good night to be Daniel Day-Lewis, Jennifer Lawrence, Ben Affleck and Ang Lee: here's our full list of Oscar winners...
In the build up to this year's Oscars, the recurring feeling was that this was one of the more predictable nights in the history of the Academy Awards. And so it proved to be. The majority of gongs went in the direction that many had been predicting all week, with perhaps Ang Lee's taking of the Best Director award one of the few real surprises.
As expected, Daniel Day-Lewis took home a deserved third Best Actor prize, while Jennifer Lawrence saw off the challenge of Jessica Chastain and Emmanuelle Riva to take home gold for Best Actress.
There were second Oscars for both Quentin Tarantino and Christoph Waltz for their work on Django Unchained. Anne Hathaway capped quite a year too, with her supporting work in Les Miserables getting her a prize.
Running down the list of winners, it's perhaps a shame that Brave edged out the wonderful Frankenweenie in the animated movie category (and we like Brave). But we're delighted to see that Disney's wonderful short movie, Paperman, won a prize.
And then there's Argo. We named it our own film of the year last year, and it's an achievement and a half for Ben Affleck, that surely completes his utter career turnaround. Considering come the start of the Oscar campaign, Lincoln and Les Miserables were considered to be in the driving seat, Argo's domination of awards season has been really quite impressive (surprisingly, Lincoln picked up just a couple of prizes in the end).
Here, then, is the full list of winners on Oscar night 2013...
CHRISTOPH WALTZ (Django Unchained)
Animated Short Film:
Animated Feature Film:
CLAUDIO MIRANDA (LIFE OF PI)
LIFE OF PI
Makeup and Hairstyle:
Live Action Short Film:
Documentary Short Subject:
SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN
Foreign Language Film:
SKYFALL and ZERO DARK THIRTY (tie)
ANNE HATHAWAY (Les Miserables)
WILLIAM GOLDENBERG (ARGO)
LIFE OF PI
CHRIS TERRIO (ARGO)
QUENTIN TARANTINO (DJANGO UNCHAINED)
ANG LEE (LIFE OF PI)
JENNIFER LAWRENCE (SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK)
DANIEL DAY-LEWIS (LINCOLN)
Until next year, then...
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