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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Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role

And the Oscar goes to… Laura Dern – Marriage Story. Not a surprise by any means, but well deserved after a career full of award-worthy performances. I still would’ve loved if Florence Pugh won one.

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A win for divorce lawyers everywhere.

Sound Editing

And the Oscar goes to… Ford v Ferrari. This and Sound Mixing probably screw up a lot of bets. I can’t be the only one who thought that 1917 would win both. Or am I?

Sound Editing Winner Oscars 2020
Donald Sylvester

Sound Mixing

And the Oscar goes to… 1917. At least I got this bet right. I wish Ad Astra would’ve won, just so that it could’ve be Academy Award Winner Ad Astra.

Sound Mixing Winners Oscars 2020
Mark Taylor and Stuart Wilson



And the Oscar goes to… 1917. Very well deserved, but I would’ve loved if The Lighthouse had won.

Roger Deakins Academy Awards 2020
Roger Deakins

Film Editing

And the Oscar goes to… Ford v Ferrari. I think this one surprised a lot of people. I can’t be the only one who thought that The Irishman would win this. But I missed Ford v Ferrari in cinemas, so I can’t say much about it.

ford v ferrari academy awards 2020
Michael McCusker and Andrew Buckland

Visual Effects

And the Oscar goes to… 1917. I mean The Irishman, Avengers: Endgame, Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker?! If there was ever a time to go outside the box with the technical stuff at the Academy Awards, it was here.

Visual Effects Winners Oscars 2020
Guillaume Rocheron, Greg Butler and Dominic Tuohy

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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.