Overnight in Los Angeles identified the winners of the most prestigious film award of 2020. The American Academy of Motion Picture Arts presented the winners with an Oscar statuette.
The 2020 Academy Awards ceremony took place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on The Night of Monday, February 10.
The American Academy of Motion Picture Arts announced the list of nominees on January 13, after which on January 27 the nominees for the prestigious prize gathered at a traditional lunch. Then, from January 30 to February 4, a vote was held for the winners. The names of the winners were finally announced the day before.
The Oscars for the second year in a row passed without a presenter, and the announcement of the winners came out celebrities who were not declared in the list of nominees.
2020 Academy Awards Winners
Best Film – Parasites;
Best Director – Pont Jun Ho (Parasites);
Best Actor – Joaquin Phoenix (The Joker);
Best Actress – Renee Zellweger (Judy);
Best Supporting Actor – Brad Pitt (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood);
Best Animated Feature Film – Toy Story 4;
Best Animated Short Film – Hair Love;
Best Original Screenplay – Pont Jun Ho (Parasites);
Best Screenplay Adaptation – Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit);
Best Game Short Film – The Neighbors Window;
Best Production Designer – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood;
Best Costume Design – Little Women;
Best Documentary Feature Film – American Factory;
Best Documentary Short Film – Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone;
Best Supporting Actress – Laura Dern (Marriage Story);
Best Sound Editing – Outsiders (Ford vs Ferrari);
Best Sound – 1917;
Best Cinematography – Roger Dickins (1917);
Best Editing – Outsiders (Ford vs Ferrari);
Best Visual Effects – 1917;
Best Makeup and Hairstyles – Sex Bomb / Scandal;
Best International Feature Film – Parasites (South Korea);
Best Music for a Film – The Joker;
Best Song – (I’m Gonna) Love Me Again (Rocketman).
Recall that the film made by the Company of Obama won an Oscar. Film American Factory won the Academy Award for Best Documentary.
Brad Pitt also won the first Oscar of his career. Brad Pitt won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role in The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.