The 2021 Academy Awards, which selected the best films, actors, and directors, were awarded. The Academy Awards Ceremony at Union Station and Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles was postponed for two months due to COVID-19.
As part of the Oscars, where millions of viewers witnessed the exciting moments, it received nominations ranging from best picture to best actor, documentary to animation.
Who was the most successful at the 2021 Academy Awards?
Best Picture: Nomadland
Chloé Zhao’s 2020 production of Nomadland; tells the life story of a woman who left her hometown of Nevada after her husband died and became “homeless” and traveled across the United States. The film, which dramatizes the events that followed Fern’s loss of almost all his belongings affected by the city’s economic collapse, leaves us all with fern’s journey of life as a modern nomad, turning his van into a caravan.
Nomadland, a feature film, won Chloé Zhao best picture and best director in Oscar 2021.
- Judas and the Black Messiah
- The Father
- Promising Young Woman
- Sound of Metal
- The Trial of the Chicago 7
Best International Film: Another Round
- Better Days
- The Man Who Sold His Skin
Best Director: Chloé Zhao
Chinese film director Chloé Zhao was awarded Best Director of the Year at this year’s Oscars. Zhao won an Oscar for his third feature work, Nomadland, after “Songs My Brother Taught Me” and “The Rider”.
- Emerald Fennell
- David Fincher
- Thomas Vinterberg
- Lee Isaac Chung
Best Actress: Frances McDormand
Frances McDormand of the United States, who was awarded best actress, was widely acclaimed for her role as the nomad in Nomadland. McDormand, who took the stage, said he was honored to receive the award, explaining, “Our sword is our business, and I love my job.”
- Andra Day
- Vanessa Kirby
- Viola Davis
- Carey Mulligan
Best Actor: Anthony Hopkins
British actor Anthony Hopkins, 83, gained attention for his role in the 2020 drama The Father. Hopkins was nominated for Best Actor of the Year at the Oscars 2021.
- Chadwick Boseman
- Riz Ahmed
- Gary Oldman
- Steven Yeun
All awards awarded as part of the 93rd Academy Awards
Best Supporting Actor: Daniel Kaluuya
- Sacha Baron Cohen
- Leslie Odom Jr.
- Paul Raci
- LaKeith Stanfield
Best Supporting Actress: Youn Yuh-Jung
Best Adapted Screenplay: The Father
Best Original Screenplay: Promising Young Woman
Best Animation: Soul
Best Documentary Film: My Octopus Teacher
Best Cinematography: Mank
Best Costume Design: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Best Film Editing: Sound of Metal
Best Makeup and HairStyle: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Best Sound: Sound of Metal
Best Soundtrack: Soul
Best Original Song: “Fight For You” – Judas and the Black Messiah
Best Production Design: Mank
Best Visual Effects: Tenet
Best Short Documentary Film: Colette
Best Short Animation: If Anything Happens I Love You
Best Short Film: Two Distant Strangers