Oscar Winners By Film & Studio – Chart

Tonight’s Oscars ceremony was filled with a mix of expected wins and a few key surprisesMad Max: Fury Road rode the craft categories to the most wins of the night with six, twice its closest rival. That means it was good news for its studio Warner Bros in the final tally. It was also a good night for A24, the young distrib that won three awards — Brie Larson’s Best Actress for Room, Best Documentary for Amy and Best Visual Effects for the sci-fi pic Ex Machina.


Mad Max: Fury Road – 6
The Revenant – 3
Spotlight – 2
The Big Short – 1
The Danish Girl – 1
Ex Machina – 1
Inside Out – 1
Bridge Of Spies – 1
Amy – 1
Son Of Saul – 1
The Hateful Eight – 1
Spectre – 1
Room – 1

warner-bros__130912132941WINS BY STUDIO

Warner Bros – 6
A24 – 3
20th Century Fox – 3
Disney – 2
Open Road Films – 2
Focus Features – 1
Paramount Pictures –  1
MGM – 1
Sony Pictures Classics – 1
The Weinstein Company – 1

  1. so mad max wins all the awards that no one cares about! that sounds about right. it shouldn’t have won anything, actually – what a boring film it was.

        1. It’s an action film, albeit the best one in two decades. What were you expecting? George Miller knew what he was doing and the crew did a damn good job.

    1. Suuure, It only beat The Martian, Star Wars, The Revenant and many others movies “no one cares about”.

      Go weep in the corner with this headline you will never forget:


      1. Overrated piece of shit, which makes me question not only people’s “tastes” but also the Integrity of the system as a whole

    2. It won 6, the most of the night. Proves who the real stars are, the people working behind the scenes. And there ain’t a damn thing you salty losers can do about it.

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