Full list of winners from the 2022 Academy Awards
With the 95th Academy Awards around the corner, we looked back at last year’s winners. Here is the full list.
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Award season is upon us. Last Janueary, Hollywood’s biggest stars gathered for the 80th Annual Golden Globes after a boycott forced the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) to scale back their ceremony.
Up next are the 95th Academy Awards, which are scheduled to take place on 12 March 2023, and the list of nominees for this year’s Oscars was released on 24 January.
Last year, the show was hosted by Regina Hall, Amy Schumer, and Wanda Sykes from the historic Doby Theater in Los Angeles. With 12 nominations, ‘The Power of the Dog’ led the way and was forecast to win big in some of the most prestigious categories, but ended up missing out to ‘CODA’ on Best Picture.
Let’s look at the most memorable moments and winners from last year’s event...
Will Smith won his first Academy Award moments after a stunning incident in which he smacked presenter Chris Rock on stage for making a joke about his wife and twice shouted a vulgarity. Smith captured the best actor honor for his portrayal of Richard Williams, the determined father who raised tennis champions Venus and Serena Williams, in King Richard. Smith’s outburst led to a ten-year ban from the Oscars.
Jessica Chastain won the Academy Award for best lead actress for her mascara-laden title role as the on-air preaching partner and wife of Christian televangelist Jim Bakker in ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye,’ chronicling the couple’s rise and fall.
Jane Campion received the Academy Award for best director for her gothic Western ‘The Power of the Dog,’ becoming the third woman in the Oscars’ 94-year-old history to take home a prize in a field still dominated by men in Hollywood. The New Zealand native joins Kathryn Bigelow and Chloe Zhao as the only women to have received the honor for directing.
Troy Kotsur became the first deaf man to win an Oscar, taking the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as a fisherman and father in the family drama ‘CODA.’ Kotsur, 53, has worked for over three decades in theater, television, and film, entertaining both deaf and hearing audiences.
‘CODA,’ released by Apple TV+, became the first movie released by a streaming platform to win the award for Best Picture. A heartwarming movie, ‘CODA,’ tells the story of a deaf family with a hearing daughter.
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