Oscar Awards 2022 –
The Oscar Awards 2022 (94th Academy Awards) were held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
The night was hosted by Regina Hall, Amy Schumer, and Wanda Sykes, marking the first time since Anne Hathaway and James Franco co-hosted the 83rd edition in 2011 that the award ceremony had several hosts.
The Oscar Awards 2022 (94th Academy Awards) will recognize films that were released between January 1 and December 31, 2021. On February 8, actors Tracee Ellis Ross and Leslie Jordan announced the nominees.
The film The Power of the Dog received 12 nominations. With ten points, Dune came in second, followed by Belfast and West Side Story, both with seven points. King Richard received six nominations.
This year, there are two new categories: Oscars Fan Favorite Award and Oscars Cheer Moment, both of which will be determined by online fan voting from February 14 through March 3, 2022.
Writing With Fire, an Indian documentary, was nominated for Best Documentary at the Academy Awards (Feature).
Full List Of Oscar Awards 2022 –
- Best Actor in a Leading Role of the Year: Will Smith for King Richard
- Best Actress in a Leading Role of the Year: Jessica Chastain (The Eyes of Tammy Faye)
- Best Picture of the Year: CODA
- Best International Feature Film of the Year: Drive My Car
- Documentary Short Subject of the Year: The Queen of Basketball
- Best Directing of the Year: Jane Campion (The Power of the Dog)
- Best Actress in a Supporting Role of the Year: Ariana DeBose for West Side Story
- Best Actor in a Supporting Role of the Year: Troy Kotsur (CODA)
- Best Makeup & Hairstyling of the Year: The Eyes of Tammy Faye
- Best Cinematography of the Year: Dune
- Best Original Score of the Year: Hans Zimmer (Dune)
- Best Visual Effects of the Year: Dune
- Best Animated Feature Film of the Year: Encanto
- Best Animated Short Film of the Year: The Windshield Wiper
- Best Costume Design of the Year: Cruella
- Best Original Screenplay of the Year: Kenneth Branagh (Belfast)
- Best Adapted Screenplay of the Year: Sian Heder (Coda)
- Best Live Action Short Film of the Year: The Long Goodbye
- Best Sound of the Year: Dune
- Best Documentary Feature of the Year: “Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)”
- Best Original Song of the Year: “No Time To Die” from “No Time to Die,” music and lyric by Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell
- Best Production Design of the Year: Dune
- Best Film Editing of the Year: Dune
Oscar Awards History –
- The Academy Awards, sometimes known as the Oscars, are cinema industry awards for creative and technical merit.
- They are often regarded as the most prestigious and significant awards in the entertainment industry.
- Awarded for Outstanding Achievement in the American and International Film Industries
- Country: United States of America
- This award is given by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
- The first time it was given out was on May 16, 1929.
- Are you curious to know who got first oscar award in india. Bhanu Athaiya, She was the first Indian, or at least the first man or woman of Indian ancestry, to win an Academy Award.
Indians Oscar Awards Winners –
Bhanu Athaiya – Bhanu Athaiya, a costume designer who worked on over 100 Indian and international films, won the “Best Costume Designer” award at the 55th Academy Awards event in 1983 for Richard Attenborough’s film “Gandhi.” She was the first Indian, or at least the first man or woman of Indian ancestry, to win an Academy Award.
Satyajit Ray – Satyajit Ray, a famous Bengali film producer and one of the best film makers of the twentieth century, received a “Honorary Award” at the 64th Academy Awards ceremony in 1992 for his outstanding contributions to world cinema. He is the first and only Indian to be honored with this award.
Rasool Pukutty – Rasool Pukutty, along with Richard Peker and lan Tape, is a well-known sound designer, sound editor, and mixer in the Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, and Hollywood film industries. At the 81st Academy Awards ceremony in 2009, he received an Oscar nomination for “Best Sound Mixing” for the film “Slumdog Millionaire.”
A. R. Rahman – A. R. Rahman, a well-known musician and vocalist who has worked on a number of Indian and foreign films, was honored at the 81st Academy Awards in 2009 for the film “Slumdog Millionaire” in the categories of “Best Original Score” and “Best Original Song.”
Gulzar – Gulzar, a well-known poet and prominent Hindi song writer, won the 81st Academy Award for “Best Original Song” for the film “Slumdog Millionaire” in 2009.
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