On 26th of February the 89th Academy Awards ceremony was held. An annual event gathering all Hollywood high society went stunning. Cinema stars from all over the world came to Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California to take part in world’s famous ceremony.
Overall there were 24 categories, 6 of them won “La La Land”, which was a favourite of this year nominations. Let’s see a few of all winners:

Best picture – “Moonlight” by Adele Romanski, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner

It’s a brilliant film about Black homosexual boy who tries to find himself in this rough world.

Best Director – Damien Chazelle for “La La Land”

Director of bustling “Whiplash” in a new vivid musical with a little tribute to era of jazz.

Best Actor – Casey Affleck for “Manchester by the Sea”

Casey as Lee Chandler who after the death of his brother has to take care of his nephew.

Best Actress – Emma Stone for “La La Land”

Emma as Mia Dolan, beginning actress who falls in love with jazz pianist, played by Ryan Gosling.

Best Supporting Role – Mahershala Ali for “Moonlight”

Starring as Juan, the neighborhood drug dealer becoming a surrogate father to the main character

Best Supporting Actress – Viola Davis for “Fences”

Viola as Rose Maxson, supporting wife of the main charakter played by Denzel Washington, who fights with racial antipathy.

Best Original Screenplay – “Manchester by the Sea”

Best Adapted Screenplay – “Moonlight”

Best Animated Feature Film – “Zootopia”

A really nice film about reaching our dreams and making the world a better place.

Best Foreign Language Film – “The Salesman” (Iran)

Adaptation of the Arthur Miller’s play “Death of a Salesman”.

Those are the main categories that always make a lot of fuss. Other winners you can obviously check on an official Oscars website.

What’s also worth saying is an envelope fail. Well, while Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty ( well-known Bonnie and Clyde) opened the envelope it pointed that the Oscar for the Best Actress was Emma Stone from “La La Land”.As it wasn’t information about the Best Picture he was so confused that he wasn’t able say a word. Seeing only the title, Faye Dunaway assumed it was the winning film. Warren Beatty spotted the mistake , that’s why he was so puzzled. During the thankful speeches of the winners the mistake came to light. It turned out that wrong envelope had been handed in and the true winner is “Moonlight”! This awkward situation can be frankly called an Oscars fail.







Now, we again start anticipating for the next 90th Academy Award Ceremony.

News prepared by Matylda Kalinowska from 2b, edited  by Mrs Kossak