The 92nd Academy Awards Made History: A List of Every Winner

The Academy Awards have come and gone for the 92nd time, but events broke the mold last night. Here is a complete list of the winners, along with our thoughts.
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Adapted Screenplay

And the Oscar goes to… Jojo Rabbit. This win has divided opinions, as some wish that Greta Gerwig would have won for Little Women, while others are happy that Taika Waititi won (especially as he made history by being the first indigenous man to do so). But if Greta would have won, we wouldn’t have gotten a Video of Taika putting his Oscar under the seat before him.

Taika Waititi Academy Awards 2020
Simply a delight

Live Action Short Film

And the Oscar goes to… The Neighbors’ Window. I have to admit that I haven’t seen this one, so I don’t really have an opinion on this.

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Marshall Curry

Production Design

And the Oscar goes to… Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. I do really like that choice, as I think the production design in Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film is fantastic.

Production Design Winners Oscars 2020
Barbara Ling and Nancy Haigh


Costume Design

And the Oscar goes to… Little Women. I mean, this is the only real choice. Well deserved!

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Jacqueline Durran

Documentary Feature

And the Oscar goes to… American Factory. Haven’t seen any of these, so no opinion on this one, but the subject matter was important enough for Barack Obama to tweet about.

american factory academy awards 2020
Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert

Documentary Short Film

And the Oscar goes to… Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl). Still haven’t seen any of these, so no opinion.

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Carol Dysinger and Elena Andreicheva

The Academy Awards are long, so head to the next page for more winners:


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Finn Schlote

Finn thinks and talks about movies all day, has a strong interest in how movies are made and he loves great cinematography. Comedy or horror, arthouse or big-budget blockbuster, Finn watches everything. He is a passionate Blu-Ray collector and is still waiting for a Jumper (2008) sequel.