Monday, February 25, 2008

The Oscars 2008 - full list of winners

Daniel Day-LewisOscar-winner Daniel Day-Lewis shared a private word with 'The Queen' after receiving his award from Dame Helen Mirren and joking: "That's the closest I'll ever come to a knighthood."

The smiling pair had a laugh together as they left the stage following Daniel's unusually brief acceptance speech.

Daniel had been hot favourite to win Best Actor for his performance as murderous oil man Daniel Plainview in 'There Will Be Blood'. And when he reached the stage he bowed down in front of Dame Helen, who won an Oscar for 'The Queen'.

He thanked the Academy "for whacking me with the handsomest bludgeon in town".

The star added: "I have been thinking a lot about fathers and sons in the course of this and would like to accept this in memory of my grandfather Michael Balcon, my father Cecil Day-Lewis and my three fine boys."
Meanwhile, the Oscar 2008 winners in full:

Best Picture - 'No Country For Old Men'

Best Director - Joel and Ethan Coen, 'No Country For Old Men'

Best Actor - Daniel Day-Lewis, 'There Will Be Blood'

Best Actress - Marion Cotillard, 'La Vie En Rose'

Best Supporting Actress - Tilda Swinton, 'Michael Clayton'

Best Supporting Actor - Javier Bardem, 'No Country For Old Men'

Best Foreign Language Film - 'The Counterfeiters' (Austria)

Best Animated Feature Film - 'Ratatouille'

Best Adapted Screenplay - 'No Country For Old Men'

Best Original Screenplay - 'Juno'

Best Music (score) - 'Atonement'

Best Music (song) - 'Falling Slowly' - 'Once' (performed by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova)

Best Documentary Feature - 'Taxi to the Dark Side'

Best Documentary Short Subject - 'Freeheld'

Best Visual Effects - 'The Golden Compass'

Best Cinematography - 'There Will Be Blood'

Best Art Direction - 'Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street'

Best Animated Short Film - 'Peter and the Wolf'

Best Short Film - 'Le Mozart des Pickpockets'

Best Costume Design - 'Elizabeth: The Golden Age'

Best Make-up - 'La Vie En Rose'

Best Sound Editing - 'The Bourne Ultimatum'

Best Film Editing - 'The Bourne Ultimatum'

By Owen Williams, Feb 25 2008 © Copyright 2008 - Showbiz Spy

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