Main Oscar Award Winners

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2024

Best Supporting Actress Da’Vine Joy RandolphThe Holdovers
Best Supporting Actor Robert Downey JrOppenheimer
Best Actress Emma StonePoor Things
Best Actor Cillian MurphyOppenheimer
Best Adapted Screenplay Cord JeffersonAmerican Fiction
Best Original Screenplay Justine Triet and Arthur HarariAnatomy Of A Fall
Best Director Christopher NolanOppenheimer
Best Film Christopher Nolan, Charles Roven and Emma ThomasOppenheimer
High nominations: Oppenheimer: 13; Poor Things: 11; Killers of the Flower Moon: 10; Barbie: 8; Maestro: 7
High wins: Oppenheimer: 7; Poor Things: 4

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2023

Best Supporting Actress Jamie Lee CurtisEverything Everywhere All at Once
Best Supporting Actor Ke Huy QuanEverything Everywhere All at Once
Best Actress Michelle YeohEverything Everywhere All at Once
Best Actor Brendan FraserThe Whale
Best Adapted Screenplay Sarah PolleyWomen Talking
Best Original Screenplay Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert Everything Everywhere All at Once
Best Director Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert Everything Everywhere All at Once
Best Film Daniel Kwan, Mike Larocca, Anthony Russo, Joe Russo, Daniel Scheinert, Jonathan WangEverything Everywhere All at Once
High nominations: Everything Everywhere All at Once: 11; All Quiet on the Western Front, The Banshees of Inisherin: 9; Elvis: 8; The Fabelmans: 7; Tár, Top Gun: Maverick: 6.
High wins: Everything Everywhere All at Once: 7; All Quiet on the Western Front: 4.

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2022

Best Supporting Actress Ariana DeBoseWest Side Story
Best Supporting Actor Troy KotsuCODA
Best Actress Jessica ChastainThe Eyes of Tammy Faye
Best Actor Will SmithKing Richard
Best Adapted Screenplay Sian HederCODA
Best Original Screenplay Kenneth BranaghBelfast
Best Director Jane CampionThe Power of the Dog
Best Film Philippe Rousselet, Fabrice Gianfermi, Patrick WachsbergerCODA
High nominations: The Power of the Dog: 12; Dune: 10; Belfast, West Side Story: 7; King Richard: 6;
High wins: Dune: 6; CODA: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2021

Best Supporting Actress Yuh-Jung YounMinari
Best Supporting Actor Daniel KaluuyaJudas and the Black Messiah
Best Actress Frances McDormandNomadland
Best Actor Anthony HopkinsThe Father
Best Adapted Screenplay Christopher Hampton, Florian ZellerThe Father
Best Original Screenplay Emerald FennellPromising Young Woman
Best Director Chloe ZhaoNomadland
Best Film Mollye Asher, Dan Janvey, Frances McDormand, Peter Spears, Chloé ZhaoNomadland
High nominations: Mank: 10; Nomadland, The Father, Judas and the Black Messiah, Sound of Metal, The Trial of the Chicago 7, Minari: 6, Promising Young Woman, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom: 5
High wins: Nomadland: 3, The Father, Judas and the Black Messiah, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Mank, Soul, Sound of Metal: 2

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2020

Best Supporting Actress Laura DernMarriage Story
Best Supporting Actor Brad PittOnce Upon a Time ... in Hollywood
Best Actress Renée ZellwegerJudy
Best Actor Joaquin PhoenixJoker
Best Adapted Screenplay Taika WaititiJojo Rabbit
Best Original Screenplay Joon-ho Bong, Jin Won Han Parasite
Best Director Joon-ho Bong Parasite
Best Film Bong Joon Ho, Kwak Sin Ae, Moon Yang Kwon, Jang Young HwanParasite
High nominations: Joker: 11; The Irishman, 1917, Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood: 10; Jojo Rabbit, Little Women, Marriage Story, Parasite: 5
High wins: Parasite: 4; 1917: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2019

Best Supporting Actress Regina KingIf Beale Street Could Talk
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala AliGreen Book
Best Actress Olivia ColmanThe Favourite
Best Actor Rami MalekBohemian Rhapsody
Best Adapted Screenplay Charlie Wachtel, David Rabinowitz, Kevin Willmott, Spike Lee, from the book by Ron StallworthBlacKkKlansman
Best Original Screenplay Nick Vallelonga, Brian Hayes Currie, Peter FarrellyGreen Book
Best Director Alfonso CuarónRoma
Best Film Jim Burke, Brian Hayes Currie et al.Green Book
High nominations: The Favourite, Roma: 10; A Star is Born, Vice: 8; Black Panther: 7; BlacKkKlansman: 6; Bohemian Rhapsody, Green Book: 5
High wins: Bohemian Rhapsody: 4; Black Panther, Green Book, Roma: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2018

Best Supporting Actress Allison JanneyI, Tonya
Best Supporting Actor Sam RockwellThree Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Best Actress Frances McDormandThree Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Best Actor Gary OldmanDarkest Hour
Best Adapted Screenplay James IvoryCall Me By Your Name
Best Original Screenplay Jordan PeeleGet Out
Best Director Guillermo del ToroThe Shape of Water
Best Film Guillermo del Toro and J. Miles DaleThe Shape of Water
High nominations: The Shape of Water: 13; Dunkirk: 8; Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: 7; Phantom Thread, Darkest Hour: 6; Lady Bird: 5
High wins: The Shape of Water: 4; Dunkirk: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2017

Best Supporting Actress Viola DavisFences
Best Supporting Actor Mahershala AliMoonlight
Best Actress Emma StoneLa La Land
Best Actor Casey AffleckManchester by the Sea
Best Adapted Screenplay Barry Jenkins, Tarell Alvin McCraneyMoonlight
Best Original Screenplay Kenneth LonerganManchester by the Sea
Best Director Damien ChazelleLa La Land
Best Film Adele Romanski, Dede Gardner, Jeremy KleinerMoonlight
High nominations: La La Land: 14; Moonlight, Arrival: 8; Hacksaw Ridge, Manchester by the Sea, Lion: 6; Fences, Hell or High Water: 4
High wins: La La Land: 5; Moonlight: 3; Hacksaw Ridge, Manchester by the Sea: 2

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2016

Best Supporting Actress Alicia VikanderThe Danish Girl
Best Supporting Actor Mark RylanceBridge of Spies
Best Actress Brie LarsonRoom
Best Actor Leonardo DiCaprioThe Revenant
Best Adapted Screenplay Charles Randolph, Adam McKayThe Big Short
Best Original Screenplay Josh Singer, Tom McCarthySpotlight
Best Director Alejandro González IñárrituThe Revenant
Best Film Michael Sugar, Steve Golin, Nicole Rocklin, Blye Pagon FaustSpotlight
High nominations: The Revenant: 12; Mad Max: Fury Road: 10; The Martian: 7; Bridge of Spies, Spotlight: 6; The Big Short, Star Wars: The Force Awakens: 5;
High wins: Mad Max: Fury Road: 6; The Revenant: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2015

Best Supporting Actress Patricia ArquetteBoyhood
Best Supporting Actor J.K. SimmonsWhiplash
Best Actress Julianne MooreStill Alice
Best Actor Eddie RedmayneThe Theory of Everthing
Best Adapted Screenplay Graham MooreThe Imitation Game
Best Original Screenplay Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Armando BoBirdman
Best Director Alejandro González IñárrituBirdman
Best Film Alejandro González Iñárritu, John Lesher, Arnon Milchan, James W. SkotchdopoleBirdman
High nominations: Birdman, The Grand Budapest Hotel: 9, The Imitation Game: 8, American Sniper, Boyhood: 6, Interstellar, The Theory of Everything, Whiplash: 5
High wins: Birdman, The Grand Budapest Hotel: 4, Whiplash: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2014

Best Supporting Actress Lupita Nyong'o12 Years a Slave
Best Supporting Actor Jared LetoDallas Buyers Club
Best Actress Cate BlanchettBlue Jasmine
Best Actor Matthew McConaugheyDallas Buyers Club
Best Adapted Screenplay John Ridley12 Years a Slave
Best Original Screenplay Spike JonzeHer
Best Director Alfonso cuarónGravity
Best Film Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Steve McQueen, Anthony Katagas12 Years a Slave
High nominations: American Hustle, Gravity: 10, 12 Years a Slave: 9, Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, Nebraska: 6
High wins: Gravity: 7, 12 Years a Slave, Dallas Buyers Club: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2013

Best Supporting Actress Anne HathawayLes Misérables
Best Supporting Actor Christoph WaltzDjango Unchained
Best Actress Jennifer LawrenceSilver Linings Playbook
Best Actor Daniel Day-LewisLincoln
Best Adapted Screenplay Chris TerrioArgo
Best Original Screenplay Quentin TarrantinoDjango Unchained
Best Director Ang LeeLife of Pi
Best Film Grant Heslov, Ben Affleck, George ClooneyArgo
High nominations: Lincoln: 12; Life of Pi: 11; Les Misérables: 8; Silver Linings Playbook: 8; Argo: 7; Amour: 5; Django Unchained: 5; Skyfall: 5; Zero Dark Thrity: 5
High wins: Life of Pi: 4

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2012

Best Supporting Actress Octavia SpencerThe Help
Best Supporting Actor Christopher PlummerBeginners
Best Actress Meryl StreepThe Iron Lady
Best Actor Jean DuJardinThe Artist
Best Adapted Screenplay Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, Jim Rash The Descendants
Best Original Screenplay Woody Allen Midnight in Paris
Best Director Michel HazanaviciusThe Artist
Best Film Thomas LangmannThe Artist
High nominations: Hugo: 10; The Artist: 10; Moneyball: 6; War Horse: 6; The Descendants: 5; The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: 5
High wins: Hugo: 5; The Artist: 5

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2011

Best Supporting Actress Melissa LeoThe Fighter
Best Supporting Actor Christian BaleThe Fighter
Best Actress Natalie PortmanBlack Swan
Best Actor Colin FirthThe King's Speech
Best Adapted Screenplay Aaron Sorkin The Social Network
Best Original Screenplay David Seidler The King's Speech
Best Director Tom Hooper The King's Speech
Best Film Iain Canning, Emile Sherman and Gareth Unwin The King's Speech
High nominations: The King's Speech: 12; True Grit: 10; Inception: 8; The Social Network: 8; The Fighter: 7; 127 Hours: 6; Black Swan: 5; Toy Story 3: 5
High wins: The King's Speech: 4

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2010

Best Supporting Actress Mo'niquePrecious
Best Supporting Actor Christoph WaltzInglourious Basterds
Best Actress Sandra BullockThe Blind Side
Best Actor Jeff BridgesCrazy Heart
Best Adapted Screenplay Geoffrey FletcherPrecious
Best Original Screenplay Mark BoalThe Hurt Locker
Best Director Kathryn Bigelow The Hurt Locker
Best Film Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Nicolas Chartier and Greg ShapiroThe Hurt Locker
High nominations: Inglourious Basterds, The Hurt Locker: 8; Avatar: 7; Precious, Up in the Air: 6 High wins: The Hurt Locker: 6, Avatar: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2009

Best Supporting Actress Penelope CruzVicky Cristina Barcelona
Best Supporting Actor Heath LedgerThe Dark Knight
Best Actress Kate WinsletThe Reader
Best Actor Sean PennMilk
Best Adapted Screenplay Simon BeaufoySlumdog Millionaire
Best Original Screenplay Dustin Lance BlackMilk
Best Director Danny BoyleSlumdog Millionaire
Best Film Christian ColsonSlumdog Millionaire
High nominations: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: 13; Slumdog Millionaire: 10; The Dark Knight: 10; Milk: 8; WALL-E: 6; Doubt: 5; Frost/Nixon: 5; The Reader: 5
High wins: Slumdog Millionaire: 8, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2008

Best Supporting Actress Tilda SwintonMichael Clayton
Best Supporting Actor Javier BardemNo Country for Old Men
Best Actress Marion CotillardLa Vie en Rose
Best Actor Daniel Day-LewisThere Will Be Blood
Best Adapted Screenplay Joel Coen, Ethan CoenNo Country for Old Men
Best Original Screenplay Diablo CodyJuno
Best Director Joel Coen, Ethan CoenNo Country for Old Men
Best Film Scott Rudin, Ethan Coen and Joel CoenNo Country for Old Men
High nominations: There Will Be Blood: 8; No Country for Old Men: 8; Atonement: 7; Michael Clayton: 7; Ratatouille: 5
High wins: No Country for Old Men: 4; The Bourne Ultimatum: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2007

Best Supporting Actress Jennifer Hudson Dreamgirls
Best Supporting Actor Alan Arkin Little Miss Sunshine
Best Actress Helen Mirren The Queen
Best Actor Forest Whitaker The Last King of Scotland
Best Adapted Screenplay William Monahan
The Departed
Best Original Screenplay Michael Arndt
Little Miss Sunshine
Best Director Martin Scorsese
The Departed
Best Film Nominees to be determined
The Departed
High nominations: Dreamgirls: 8; Babel: 7; Pan's Labyrinth: 6; The Queen: 6; Blood Diamond: 5; The Departed: 5

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2006

Best Supporting Actress Rachel WeiszThe Constant Gardener
Best Supporting Actor George ClooneySyriana
Best Actress Reese WitherspoonWalk the Line
Best Actor Philip Seymour HoffmanCapote
Best Adapted Screenplay Larry McMurtry, Diana OssanaBrokeback Mountain
Best Original Screenplay Paul Haggis, Bobby MorescoCrash
Best Director Ang LeeBrokeback Mountain
Best Film Paul Haggis, Cathy SchulmanCrash
High nominations: Brokeback Mountain: 8; Crash: 6; Good Night, and Good Luck.: 6; Memoirs of a Geisha: 6
High wins: Brokeback Mountain: 3; Crash: 3; King Kong: 3; Memoirs of a Geisha: 3

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2005

Best Supporting Actress Cate BlanchettThe Aviator
Best Supporting Actor Morgan FreemanMillion Dollar Baby
Best Actress Hilary SwankMillion Dollar Baby
Best Actor Jamie FoxxRay
Best Adapted Screenplay Alexander Payne, Jim TaylorSideways
Best Original Screenplay Charlie Kaufman, Michel Gondry, Pierre BismuthEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Best Director Clint EastwoodMillion Dollar Baby
Best Film Clint Eastwood, Paul Haggis, Robert Lorenz, Gary Lucchesi, Robert Moresco, Tom Rosenberg, Albert S. Ruddy Million Dollar Baby
High nominations: The Aviator: 11; Million Dollar Baby, Neverland: 7; Ray: 6; Sideways: 5
High wins: The Aviator: 5; Million Dollar Baby: 4

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2004

Best Supporting Actress Renée ZellwegerCold Mountain
Best Supporting Actor Tim RobbinsMystic River
Best Actress Charlize TheronMonster
Best Actor Sean PennMystic River
Best Adapted Screenplay Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens & Peter JacksonThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Best Original Screenplay Sofia CoppolaLost in Translation
Best Director Peter JacksonThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Best Film Peter Jackson, Barrie M. Osborne, Fran WalshThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
High nominations: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King: 11, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World: 10, Seabiscuit: 7, Cold Mountain: 7, Mystic River: 6, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl: 5
High wins: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King: 11, Mystic River: 2, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World: 2

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2003

Best Supporting Actress Catherine Zeta-JonesChicago
Best Supporting Actor Chris CooperAdaptation
Best Actress Nicole KidmanThe Hours
Best Actor Adrien BrodyThe Pianist
Best Adapted Screenplay Ronald HarwoodThe Pianist
Best Original Screenplay Pedro AlmodóvarTalk to Her
Best Director Roman PolanskiThe Pianist
Best Film Martin RichardsChicago
High nominations: Chicago: 13, Gangs of New York: 10, The Hours: 9, The Pianist: 7, The Lord of the Rings, Frida, The Road to Perdition: 6, Adaptation: 4
High wins: Chicago: 6, The Pianist: 3, The Hours, The Lord of the Rings, Frida: 2 each, Adaptation: 1

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2002

Best Supporting Actress Jennifer ConnellyA Beautiful Mind
Best Supporting Actor Jim BroadbentIris
Best Actress Halle BerryMonster's Ball
Best Actor Denzel WashingtonTraining Day
Best Adapted Screenplay Akiva GoldsmanA Beautiful Mind
Best Original Screenplay Julian FellowesGosford Park
Best Director Ron HowardA Beautiful Mind
Best Film Brian Grazer, Ron HowardA Beautiful Mind
High nominations: The Lord of the Rings: 13, A Beautiful Mind: 8, Moulin Rouge: 8, Gosford Park: 7, In the Bedroom: 5, Amélie: 5
High Wins: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring: 4, A Beautiful Mind: 4 (should have been 5... Ed.).

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2001

Best Supporting Actress Marcia Gay HardenPollock
Best Supporting Actor Benicio Del ToroTraffic
Best Actress Julia RobertsErin Brockovich
Best Actor Russell CroweGladiator
Best Adapted Screenplay Stephen GaghanTraffic
Best Original Screenplay Cameron CroweAlmost Famous
Best Director Steven SoderberghTraffic
Best Film Douglas Wick, David Franzoni, Branko LustigGladiator
High nominations: Gladiator: 12, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: 10, Erin Brockovich: 5, Traffic: 5
High Wins: Gladiator: 5, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: 4, Traffic: 4

Big Eight Oscar Winners 2000

Best Supporting Actress Angelina JolieGirl, Interrupted
Best Supporting Actor Michael CaineThe Cider House Rules
Best Actress Hilary SwankBoy's Don't Cry
Best Actor Kevin SpaceyAmerican Beauty
Best Adapted Screenplay John IrvingThe Cider House Rules
Best Original Screenplay Alan BallAmerican Beauty
Best Director Sam MendesAmerican Beauty
Best Film Bruce Cohen, Dan JinksAmerican Beauty

Big Seven Oscar Winners 1999

Best Supporting ActressJudi Dench Shakespeare in Love
Best Supporting ActorJames Coburn Affliction
Best ActressGwyneth Paltrow Shakespeare in Love
Best ActorRoberto Benigni La Vita è Bella (Life is Beautiful)
Best ScreenplayMarc Norman, Tom Stoppard Shakespeare in Love
Best DirectorSteven Spielberg Saving Private Ryan
Best FilmDavid Parfitt, Donna Gigliotti, Harvey Weinstein, Edward Zwick, Marc NormanShakespeare in Love

Big Six Oscar Winners 1998

Best Supporting ActressKim Basinger L.A. Confidential
Best Supporting ActorRobin Williams Good Will Hunting
Best ActressHelen Hunt As Good as it Gets
Best ActorJack Nicholson As Good as it Gets
Best DirectorJames Cameron Titanic
Best FilmJames Cameron, Jon LandauTitanic

Titanic won 11 Oscars, equalling the record held by Ben Hur since 1959.
(Titanic won Best Picture, Director, Original Score, Song, Cinematography, Sound, Sound Effects, Visual Effects, Editing, Art Direction and Costumes.)

Big Six Oscar Winners 1997

Best Supporting ActressJuliette Binoche The English Patient
Best Supporting ActorCuba Gooding Jr Jerry Maguire
Best ActressFrances McDormand Fargo
Best ActorGeoffrey Rush Shine
Best DirectorAnthony Minghella The English Patient
Best FilmAnthony Minghella The English Patient

The English Patient won 9 Oscars.

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