Amidst the limitless appreciations and applauses, Leonardo Di Caprio  clasped ‘Best Actor’ for his mind-boggling performance in ‘The Revenant’ and his speech was something beyond emotions, inspirations and message..

“Revenant was the product of tireless efforts of an unbelievable cast and crew to work with. My brother Tom Hardy – his fierce onscreen performance and his friendly off-screen friendly.  As the history of cinema unfolds, Alejandro has created a new trend and experience to all. Revenant was man’s relationship with the natural world.  The world in 2015 has been the hardest year. Lots of climatic changes are happening. It is the most urgent threat that is faced by our entire species and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating. We need to support the leaders around the world, who do not speak for the big polluters and corporate, but to all who speak off humanity for the indigenous people of the world. For the billions and billions of underprivileged people, who are most affected by this. For our children’s children and for those people out there, whose voice is drowned out by the politics and greed. Let us not take this planet for granted. I do not take it granted for tonight. Thank you so much.”

  – leonardo dicAPRIO

A stream of percolations with impeccably classic show has bestowed everything that she had anticipated. Brie Larson exhibited a ne plus ultra work of performance through a vital characterisation of consolation and affection, which wins her the Best Actress in ‘Room’.

Quite a painstaking role, which could be regarded more complicated than the main protagonists in this film itself. Mark Rylance embraced the most exotic moment in his life being awarded as ‘Best supporting actor’ for his spellbinding performance in “Bridge of Spies”.

When it comes down with Best Supporting actress, quite a tough moment to see the most promising missies on the clash that includes Rooney Mara for ‘Carol’, who was much expected to win hours and next was Kate Winslet for ‘Steve Jobs’. But the surprisal came with Alicia Vikander bringing it all with honours for her astounding performance ‘The Danish Girl’.

Classical Hollywood Cinema pattern has been diminishing over the years and if it could be someone, who has been retaining it with this impactful theory, it’s none other than the most proficient filmmaker Alejandro G Inarritu and he got it all – Best Director for his magnum opus ‘The Revenant’.

The film that took the world by storming surprise – Spotlight was ennobled with ‘Best Original Screenplay’ and the writers – Josh Singer and Tom McCarthy carried away the honours.

The list of Oscar 2016 winners is as follows

Best original screenplay – Spotlight

Best adapted screenplay – The Big short

Best Costume Design – Mad Max: Fury Road

Best production design – Mad Max: Fury Road

Best make-up and hair – Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Cinematography – The Revenant

Best Editing – Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Sound Editing – Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Sound Mixing – Mad Max: Fury Road

Best visual effects – Ex Machina

Best animated short – Bear Story

Best animated film – Inside Out

Best Documentary – Amy

Best short film – Stutterer

Best foreign language film – Son of Saul

Best original score – Ennio Morricone, The Hateful Eight

Best original song – Writing’s on the wall, Spectre

Best Picture – Spotlight

Best Director – Alejandra Gonzalez (The Revenant)

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