Oscars 2013 Winners List: 'Argo', Daniel Day-Lewis, Jennifer Lawrence, Ang Lee For 'Life Of Pi', 'Django Unchained' For Original Screenplay, 'Argo' For Adapted Screenplay, 'Skyfall' For Best Song, Anne Hathaway, 'Amour', 'Searching For Sugar Man', 'Brave', 'Paperman', Christoph Waltz

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Oscar Winners 201385TH ANNUAL OSCARS

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Christoph Waltz, Django Unchained

ANIMATED SHORT FILM
Paperman
John Kahrs

ANIMATED FEATURE
Brave
Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman

CINEMATOGRAPHY
Claudio Miranda, Life Of Pi

VISUAL EFFECTS
Life Of Pi
Bill Westenhofer, Guillaume Rocheron, Erik-Jan De Boer and Donald R. Elliott

COSTUME DESIGN
Jacqueline Durran, Anna Karenina

MAKEUP & HAIRSTYLING
Les Misérables
Lisa Westcott and Julie Dartnell

LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM
Curfew
Shawn Christensen

DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT
Inocente
Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Searching For Sugar Man
Malik Bendjelloul and Simon Chinn

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
Amour (Austria)
Michael Haneke, director; Margaret Menegoz, Stefan Arndt, Veit Heiduschka and Michael Katz, Producers

SOUND MIXING
Les Misérables
Andy Nelson, Mark Paterson and Simon Hayes

SOUND EDITING
(tie)
Zero Dark Thirty
Paul N.J. Ottosson

Skyfall
Per Hallberg and Karen Baker Landers

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE
Anne Hathaway, Les Misérables

FILM EDITING
Argo
William Goldenberg

PRODUCTION DESIGN
Lincoln
Production Design: Rick Carter; Set Decoration: Jim Erickson

ORIGINAL SCORE
Life Of Pi
Mychael Danna

ORIGINAL SONG
“Skyfall” from Skyfall
Music and Lyric by Adele Adkins and Paul Epworth

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
Chris Terrio, Argo

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Quentin Tarantino, Django Unchained

DIRECTING
Ang Lee, Life Of Pi

ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE
Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook

ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE
Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln

BEST PICTURE
Argo
Grant Heslov, Ben Affleck and George Clooney, Producers

  1. It’s still a great movie. I haven’t seen Paranorman yet but I liked Brave a lot. It’s no Up but that would be too much to ask.

    1. They just probably shouldn’t have fired the original (female) director and put it between Cars 2 and Monsters U.

  2. Brave winning over Wreck-It Ralph illustrates perfectly why the Oscars are worthless.
    Oh I wonder what shitty Oscar bait movie will win Best Picture >_>

    1. Agreed! I work for a theatre and we had SO MANY complaints because of how poor the sound mix was. Some were even requesting refunds and saying their sound system was better at home. We are brand new in the area and had no complaints about any other films. The mix on that was absolutely horrible…

  3. I’m kinda disappointed that so few people so far in this thread are going for snarky(props to those of you who came to your keyboard bitter and with your claws out)… this board deserved better snarkiness!

  4. I love all of your opinions, but to call the sound mixing on Les Mis horrible is a little unfair.. Have you ever mixed sound Jill? It is not an easy job at all. I thought it was rather fantastic. Maybe not the best all year, but definitely the best out of all the nominees.

    1. That is the only film since we’ve opened where people have left because of sound. They have left because they can’t even hear it toward the back. Guests are complaining that there is no surround at all-yes I understand it’s a musical. This happened in most of our 14 auditoriums. The studio even sent a memo because of the mass complaints from guests at theatres across the country. I won’t attest to the difficulty of mixing sound, as I don’t do it. But I’ve seen much better mixing done on Razzie movies. I’m also not collecting a paycheck for mixing either, but I have to deal with the massive amounts of guests complaining about it…

      1. So let me get this straight: You WORK in a theater and all of a sudden that makes you some kind of an expert on “sound mixing”? What, you became an EXPERT in between sweeping up popcorn and making sure there was enough toilet paper in the men’s room?

        Maybe your theater sound system is out of balance… you think that just might be the case? What next: somebody who works the aspirin aisle at Walmart going to critiqe some brain surgeon?

      2. In the theater I saw it in, the sound mix was extraordinary. My guess is that a lot of theaters have shitty sound, maybe because there’s no one there who actually knows anything technical to run the sound system.

  5. I understand completely understand your opinions but then again, it’s not people’s choice. These are professionals who can see the smallest detail and understand the depth of a movie as compared to a regular watcher. Take for example, brave. Sure, the story wasn’t that appealing as others but the animation’s amazing! You can see the movement of the shine on the smooth fabric while they breathe, the movement of each lock and it goes on. Take in mind that’s why it’s called an animated feature. If they based it on the story alone, it should be categorized somewhere else.

  6. Wow Nikke, these comments are really ridiculous. What show are you watching? Seth has been pretty good. And the music has been good as well. The Oscars have shown a bit of heft here.

  7. I thought Seth fulfilled the it’s sad first act promise of being the WORST Oscar host ever. We had warped and weird sense of humor and it was painfully EMBARASSING to see him on stage. Billy Crystal where were you????

  8. Best picture from the White House?…….WTF?………First Lady has what to do with Hollywood? The night was fine, better than in years until this mess………

  9. Very disappointed by the politics again. I watched the show my husband. I do not agree with Jennifer Lawrence receiving an award. She is brand new, give me a break. The little girl should have won for that matter. Wreck it Ralph was way better than Brave. I polled many people about that including their children and Brave was boring.

  10. What the hell does Deakins have to do to win an Oscar? Because delivering the year’s best cinematography ain’t cutting it, apparently …

  11. Your an idiot. He clearly pointed out he wasn’t a sound mixer or anything he’s commenting on the actions of customers as the studio. Honestly

  12. When did the Oscars become like The Emmys by honoring the same performance multiple times? Christoph Waltz has undeniable chops, but his character in Django was EXACTLY the same as in Inglourious Basterds. EXACT same attitude, cadence, mannerisms. Obviously this all came from Quentin, but I sure didn’t see an Oscar-worthy performance there. At least not this second time.

  13. I agree with MGi. Even more i think that mixing work was a Hell of a job. I can say that there are a few oportunities in the recording work, because i noticed some misponting with the mic recording voices but thats not a mixing fault

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