Here’s how the 80th annual Academy Awards shook out:
The big winner, not surprisingly, was “No Country for Old Men,” getting the prizes for best supporting actor (Javier Bardem), director and adapted screenplay (Joel and Ethan Coen) and best picture (the Coen brothers and fellow producer Scott Rudin).
“The Bourne Ultimatum” also got three awards in the technical categories of sound editing, sound mixing and film editing.
“There Will Be Blood” won two Oscars: best cinematography and best actor (Daniel Day-Lewis). The French biopic “La Vie en Rose” got two: best actress (Marion Cotillard) and best makeup.
Multiple nominees “Atonement,” “Juno” and “Michael Clayton” each netted a single Oscar. Dario Marianelli won best score for “Atonement,” Tilda Swinton was named best supporting actress for “Michael Clayton,” and Diablo Cody got best original screenplay for “Juno.”
After that, the winners are pretty spread out:
- “Ratatouille” – best animated feature.
- “Sweeney Todd” – best art direction.
- “Elizabeth: The Golden Age” – best costume design.
- “Taxi to the Dark Side” – best documentary feature.
- “Freeheld” – best documentary short.
- “The Counterfeiters” (Austria) – best foreign language film.
- “Once” – best original song.
- “Peter & the Wolf” – best animated short.
- “Le Mozart des Pickpockets” - best live-action short.
- “The Golden Compass” – best visual effects.