Oscars 2021 Winners: From Daniel Kaluuya and Chloe Zhao to 'Soul,' here is the complete list of winners
Oscars 2021 Winners: From Daniel Kaluuya and Chloe Zhao to 'Soul,' here is the complete list of winners

The Dolby Theatre and Union Station are hosting the 93rd Academy Awards. Because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the entertainment industry, the ceremony is being held two months later than planned. The 93rd Academy Awards nominations were announced on March 15 this year. The Academy Awards have only been postponed four times in history. In India, the award ceremony began at 5:30 a.m. on Monday and lasted until 8:30 a.m. Several awards were presented, including Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Director, and Best Film, among others. If you’re curious about the winners, here’s the complete list.

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Early winners at the 93rd Academy Awards were actor-filmmaker Emerald Fennell, “Another Round,” and Daniel Kaluuya. Fennell won best original screenplay for her #MeToo drama “Promising Young Woman,” while Christopher Hampton and Florian Zeller won best adapted screenplay for their Anthony Hopkins-Olivia Colman-starrer “The Father.”

In “Judas and the Black Messiah,” Daniel Kaluuya won an Oscar for his performance as Black Panther activist Fred Hampton. Fred Hampton, a Chicago Black Panther activist who was killed in an FBI raid in 1969, was played by Kaluuya. “I want to express my gratitude to my mother. You provided me with everything I required. You handed over your factory settings to me. In order for me to be able to stand at my fullest height, “While accepting his award, the actor stated.

Denmak’s “Another Round” won the Academy Award for best international feature film.

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“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” won Oscars for makeup and hairstyling, as well as costume design.

At the 93rd Academy Awards, filmmaker Chloe Zhao made history as the first woman of colour and only the second woman to win best director. For her film “The Hurt Locker,” Kathryn Bigelow became the first woman to win best director in 2009.

“What a crazy, once-in-a-lifetime journey we all had together with my entire ‘Nomadland’ company.” “I am so grateful to you,” Zhao said in her acceptance speech on Sunday night. The 39-year-old director, who immigrated to the United States as a teenager, said she has been thinking a lot about how to keep going when things get tough recently.

“…I believe it stems from something I learned as a child. My father and I used to play this game when I was a kid in China. We’d memorise classic Chinese poems and texts, then recite them aloud, trying to finish each other’s sentences. “And there’s one in particular that I remember fondly, it’s called ‘The Three Character Classics,’” she said.

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Zhao, speaking in her native tongue, translated the sentence as follows: ‘People are inherently good at birth.’ “…and those six letters had such a profound effect on me as a child. I still believe them to this day. Despite the fact that it may appear otherwise at times, I have always found goodness in the people I met wherever I went in the world,” she said.

“This is for anyone who has the faith and courage to believe in the goodness in themselves and in each other, no matter how difficult it is. This is for you because you motivate me to keep going,” Zhao said.

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Pixar’s ‘Soul’ won the Oscar for ‘Best Animated Feature Film’ in 2021, making it the first film to win the award without having played in US theatres.

The song ‘Fight for You,’ from the film ‘Judas and the Black Messiah,’ won an Academy Award for ‘Best Original Song.’ H.E.R. has now added an Oscar to her trophy case, which already includes two Grammys for Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Album that she won in 2019.

Yuh-jung Youn, a veteran South Korean actor, won the Oscar for best-supporting actress for “Minari,” making him the first South Korean actor to do so. After Miyoshi Umeki’s “Sayonara,” Youn, 73, is the only Asian woman to win an Oscar for best-supporting actress (1957). On Sunday night, last year’s best-supporting actor winner Brad Pitt presented Youn with her Oscar for best-supporting actress.

She only recently became a front-runner for the award after winning a slew of precursor awards ahead of the Academy Awards. She was nominated for “Mank,” “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” “Hillbilly Elegy,” and “The Father” alongside Amanda Seyfried, Maria Bakalova, Glenn Close, and Olivia Colman.

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