Mad Max: Fury Road Leads The White Peoples’ Choice Awards!

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As you might have noticed (or guessed if you didn’t watch), Chris Rock came out swinging at the 88th Academy Awards® this  evening, ‘Welcome to the 88th Academy Awards, or as I call them, the White People’s choice Awards.’

The biggest news – above and beyond Rock’s subtle and unsubtle (and mostly very funny) raking of the Academy over the coals – was that Mad Max: Fury Road won six technical awards (shutting out Star Wars: The Force Awakens but losing Visual Effects to Ex Machina). That and Chivo (Emmanuel Lubeski) scoring the natural hat trick for his third consecutive Cinematography Oscar® for The Revenant – and Alejandro G. Iñárritu earning his second consecutive Oscar® as director for The Revenant.

Or maybe it was Mark Rylance winning Supporting Actor over the sentimental favorite Sylvester Stallone – or possibly Spotlight snatching Best Film from the slavering jaws of The Revenant’s Judy (yup, the CG bear is called Judy!).

Despite only three of the five nominated songs being performed live – and no weird, lengthy, puzzling song and dance routines, this year’s Oscars® still blew its tentative thee hour running time by a half an hour. (The more things change, the more they remain the same…). For a complete list of winners, follow the jump.

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

Spotlight

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

The Big Short

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl

COSTUME DESIGN

Mad Max: Fury Road

PRODUCTION DESIGN

Mad Max: Fury Road

MAKEUP AND HAIR STYLING

Mad Max: Fury Road

CINEMATOGRAPHY

The Revenant

FILM EDITING

Mad Max: Fury Road

SOUND EDITING

Mad Max: Fury Road

SOUND MIXING

Mad Max: Fury Road

VISUAL EFFECTS

Ex Machina

ANIMATED SHORT FILM

Bear Story

ANIMATED FEATURED FILM

Inside Out

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies

DOCUMENTARY – SHORT SUBJECT

A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness

DOCUMENTARY – FEATURE

Amy

LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM

Stutterer

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

Son of Saul, Hungary

ORIGINAL SCORE

The Hateful Eight

ORIGINAL SONG

“Writing’s On The Wall,” Spectre

BEST DIRECTOR

Alejandro Inarritu, The Revenant

BEST ACTRESS

Brie Larson, Room

BEST ACTOR

BEST PICTURE

Spotlight