Oscars 2018: These are the winners of the 90th Academy Awards

Published: 05th March 2018 11:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th March 2018 01:24 PM  

'The Shape of Water' was the biggest winner of the evening, with 4 Oscars out of its 13 nominations. The film is an offbeat take on the romance of a mute woman and a sea creature. (Photo | AP)
The film won Best Picture, Best Director, Best Production Design and Best Original Score. In Pic: 'The Shape of Water' team collect their Oscar for Best Picture (Photo | AP)
Gary Oldman won the award for Best Lead Actor for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in the film 'The Darkest Hour'. Oldman underwent hours of makeup to become Churchill for the film, which focuses on a pivotal time in the British leader's career when he rallied his country to fight the Nazis. (Photo | AP)
Frances McDormand capped an awards season of accolades with the biggest one of all: an Oscar for best actress. After sweeping trophies at the Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild, Independent Spirit and BAFTA ceremonies, McDormand won for 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri'. (Photo | AP)
The Best Director was taken away by Guillermo del Toro for 'The Shape of Water'. Del Toro started out his speech saying he is an immigrant and referencing other Mexican directors who are also Oscar winners, Alfonso Cuaron and Alejandro G. Inarritu. (Photo | AP)
Sam Rockwell's portrayal of a racist sheriff's deputy in 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' has won the best supporting actor Oscar. His character has been the focus of backlash against 'Three Billboards' by some who see its portrayal of racism as simplistic. (Photo | AP)
Allison Janney won the best supporting actress Oscar for her caustic portrayal of Tonya Harding's mother in 'I, Tonya'. It is Janney's first Oscar win. She has won seven Emmys for her roles on the NBC drama 'The West Wing' and the CBS comedy 'Mom'. (Photo | AP)
Cinematographer Roger A. Deakins delivers a speech after he won the Oscar for Best Cinematography for 'Blade Runner 2049' during the 90th Annual Academy Awards show. It is Deakins' first win after 14 nominations. (AFP)
'Get Out' has won the Academy Award for best original screenplay, giving writer-director Jordan Peele a historic win. Peele is the first African-American writer to win in the category. (Photo | AP)
'A Fantastic Woman' wins Best Foreign Language Film. The Chilean film focuses on the struggles of a transgender singer. (Youtube Screengrab)
'Dear Basketball' wins Best Animated Short written by former Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant, based on his letter to The Players' Tribune announcing his retirement from basketball. In Pic: Kobe Bryant receives his award. (Photo | AP)
Christopher Nolan's 'Dunkirk' bagged three Oscars - Best Film Editing, Best Sound Mixing and Best Sound Editing. (Photo | AP)
Disney-Pixar's 'Coco' won Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for 'Remember me'. The film has drawn widespread praise for the culturally authentic way it presents Mexico's 'Day of the Dead' culture. (Photo | IMDB)
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