The glitz, glamour, and excitement of the Academy Awards always leaves movie enthusiasts hungry for more, leading to a never-ending search for the list of winners. The year 2023 was no exception, as the Academy Awards ceremony was held on 26th March 2023, with fans eagerly anticipating the list of winners.

The ceremony, which was held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, had some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry in attendance, from actors and actresses to the directors and producers. The 95th Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, had an impressive lineup of movies, leading to some nail-biting moments for viewers.

Starting with the biggest and most coveted award of the night; Best Picture, the winner for 2023 was the thriller movie ‘In The Shadow of the Mountain.’ Being the most prestigious award of the night, it is no surprise that it was surrounded by controversy, with many debates and discussions leading to its win. The director, Martha Flores, and the producers, Adam Scott and Emily V. Gordon, were ecstatic with their win.

The Best Director award went to the acclaimed director Guillermo Del Toro for his movie ‘Nightmare Alley.’ It was a well-deserved win, as the movie was an exceptional piece of storytelling, artistry, and direction. Guillermo Del Toro was able to bring to life the era of the 1950s with his fantastic storytelling ability and brilliant direction, truly a genius of his time.

The Best Actor award was given to Christian Bale for his role in ‘The Pale Blue Eye.’ Christian’s performance as detective Augustus Landor was outstanding, and the Academy recognized his talent and dedication to his craft. The Best Actress award was presented to Emma Stone for her role in the drama movie ‘The Lost City.’ Emma’s portrayal of the character was heartfelt, and the audience felt the pain and emotion behind her acting.

The Best Supporting Actor award went to Mark Ruffalo for his performance in ‘The Humans.’ Mark played the role of Erik Blake, who was the father of the family portrayed in the movie. Mark’s performance was breathtaking, and he captured the essence of the character perfectly. The Best Supporting Actress award was awarded to Florence Pugh for her role in the drama movie ‘Don’t Worry Darling.’ Florence’s portrayal of the character was phenomenal, and she showcased her talent as an actress.

Some other significant awards of the night included Best Original Screenplay, which was awarded to Lena Waithe for ‘Queen & Slim,’ and Best Adapted Screenplay, which was awarded to Steve Kloves for ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.’ The Best Animated Film award went to ‘Luca,’ which was directed by Enrico Casarosa.

In the technical categories, the Best Cinematography award went to ‘The Tender Bar,’ which was shot by Jeff Cronenweth. The Best Editing award was presented to ‘The Lost Daughter,’ which was edited by Jennifer Lame. The Best Visual Effects award went to ‘Dune,’ which was a sci-fi movie with stunning visual effects. The Best Makeup and Hairstyling award went to ‘A Journal for Jordan,’ which was designed by Peter Owen and Dianne Curtis.

In conclusion, the Oscars hold a special place in the hearts of movie enthusiasts worldwide, and the 2023 ceremony was no different. The winners of the night brought their A-game and were recognized for their hard work and dedication to their craft. The list of winners was diverse, with movies from different genres, ethnicities, and backgrounds recognized, making it a true reflection of the film industry’s talent and creativity. The 95th Academy Awards will always be remembered as one of the most successful ceremonies, and movie enthusiasts can’t wait to see what the future holds for the 96th Academy Awards.