It’s a big deal in Hollywood. This past Sunday, several outstanding actors, actresses, directors, writers, and movie makers appeared at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards. Hosted by Anne Hathaway and James Franco, the Oscars is one of the most respected accolade ceremonies for artistry in the United States.  The Emmy Awards (television), Grammy Awards (music), and Tony Awards (theatre) are all modeled after the Academy Awards.


Nominees and winners are selected by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. Here is the complete list of the 2011 Oscar Winners:

Best Picture – The King’s Speech
Best Director – Tom Hooper for The King’s Speech
Best Actor – Colin Firth for The King’s Speech
Best Actress – Natalie Portman for Black Swan
Best Supporting Actor – Christian Bale
Best Supporting Actress – Melissa Leo for The Fighter
Best Animated Feature – Toy Story 3
Best Original Screenplay – The King’s Speech
Best Adapted Screenplay – The Social Network
Best Foreign Language Film – In A Better World, Denmark
Animated Short – The Lost Thing
Live Action Short – God of Love
Sound Editing – Inception
Sound Mixing – Inception
Visual Effects – Inception
Short Documentary – Strangers No More
Art Direction – Alice in Wonderland
Cinematography – Inception
Costume Design – Alice in Wonderland
Documentary Feature – Inside Job
Film Editing – The Social Network
Makeup – The Wolfman
Original Score – The Social Network
Original Song – “We Belong Together” from Toy Story

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  • African Mami

    I guess minorities aren’t actors and actresses. They are just pretty or additional wallflowers in movies. Didn’t watch it. Not that they missed me, but I’m done watching only white people win! Matter of fact they should call it the Minorities Can’t Act Awards. (MCAA)

    On a side note, very happy for Natalie Portman! She deserved it.

  • Inception was awesome. Any movie that can create such a ridiculous range of emotion using only ONE SONG deserves to win Best Sound (Anything). Also Joseph Gordon Levitt and Tom Hardy are my favorite pairing ever. Everything was just brill.

    • Alexandra

      That song is amazing. I agree with you; every time it came on during the movie, I couldn’t wait for what was next. Even though I do think its an overrated film, I still like it. And I liked that pairing too.
      Ellen Page is awesome also. So underrated.

  • the kings speech. i lived for this movie and i am SO HAPPY that it won! completely deserved it

  • I loved Anne Hathaway last night, she hosted the whole thing by herself, it was like James wasn’t even there. What was that about? Other than that Sandra Bullock was the funniest (can she host next year?) along with Jude Law, Robert Downey Jr, Russell Brand and Helen Mirren. Colin Firth was a darling too and Natalie is just too adorable.