The winners at the Oscars 2017

Last night took place the 89th edition of the Academy Awards. Not without a mix-up, the best movies, actors and actresses were presented. Here are the big winners of the Oscars 2017 :

Actors Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were to announce the winner of Best Picture. They were a couple onstage again, 50 years later, in celebration of the Bonnie and Clyde, which premiered in 1967. Beatty and Dunaway mistakenly announced that the winner was La La Land, but the corrected themselves and introduced Moonlight as the true winner.

Moonlight tells the story of a teenage boy who discovers his sexuality in a world that has little tolerance for his free spirit. His mother is a drug addict who leads a promiscuous life and his adult best friend is a drug dealer. He is bullied at school and only shares his real self with his good friend Kevin, who turns out to not be a good friend after all. The lines between right and wrong become blurred from the boy’s childhood, until adulthood.

Moonlight, starring Trevante Rhodes, Ashton Sanders, Andre Holland, Mareshala Ali, Janelle Monae, and Naomie Harris, has won a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture, Drama. And last night, it was the recipient of three Orcars: for Best Picture, for Best Supporting Actor (it went to Mareshala Ali) and for Best Adapted Screenplay.


Here are the Oscars 2017 winners for all the categories:

Best Picture – Moonlight

Best Actress – Emma Stone in La La Land

Best Actor – Casey Affleck in Manchester By The Sea

Best Supporting Actress – Viola Davis in Fences

Best Supporting Actor – Mareshala Ali in Moonlight

Best Director – Damien Chazelle, La La Land

Best Adapted Screenplay – Moonlight

Best Original Screenplay – Manchester By The Sea

Best Music, Original Song – “City of Stars”, La La Land

Best Music, Original Score – La La Land

Best Animated Feature Film – Zootopia

Best Foreign Language Film – The Salesman (Iran)

Best Documentary Feature – O.J.: Made in America

Best Cinematography – La La Land

Best Film Editing – Hacksaw Ridge

Best Visual Effects – The Jungle Book

Best Production Design – La La Land

Best Costume Design – Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Best Sound Mixing – Hacksaw Ridge

Best Sound Editing – Arrival

Best Makeup and Hairstyling – Suicide Squad

Best Documentary, Short – The White Helmets

Best Short Film, Animated – Piper

Best Short Film, Live Action – Sing