Oscars 2014: See All the Winners

Who had a very good night at the Oscars and who went home empty-handed?

  • Share
  • Read Later
Andrew H. Walker — Getty Images

Hollywood’s biggest night was no letdown. We made plenty of predictions, as did everyone. Here’s the final list of this year’s Oscar winners.

Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club

Best Costume Design: Catherine Martin, The Great Gatsby

Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Adruitha Lee & Robin Mathews, Dallas Buyers Club

Best Animated Short Film: Mr. Hublot 

Best Animated Feature Film: Frozen

Best Visual Effects: Gravity

(PHOTOS: TIME’s Portraits of the Winning Actors from the 2014 Oscars)

Best Live Action Short: Helium

Best Documentary Short: The Lady In Number 6

Best Documentary Feature: 20 Feet From Stardom

Best Foreign Language Film: The Great Beauty

Best Sound Mixing: Gravity

Best Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong’o, 12 Years a Slave

(PHOTOSCelebrities Walk the Oscars Red Carpet)

Best Cinematography: Gravity

Best Film Editing: Gravity

Best Production Design: The Great Gatsby

Best Score: Gravity

Best Original Song: “Let It Go” from Frozen

Best Adapted Screenplay: 12 Years a Slave, John Ridley

Best Original Screenplay: Her, Spike Jonze

Best Director: Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity

Best Actress: Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

Best Actor: Matthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers Club

Best Picture: 12 Years a Slave


Much ado about a remake of a made for 1984 TV movie, directed by Gordon Parks and starring Avery Brooks.


"12 Years a Slave" co-Producer Arnon Milchan, is also the subject of “Confidential: The Life of Secret Agent Turned Hollywood Tycoon Arnon Milchan,” an unofficial biography about the Hollywood producer, longtime weapons dealer, Israeli intelligence agent and close friend of Israeli President Shimon Peres.

Milchan met with the authors, Meir Doron and Joseph Gelman, answered their questions, corrected their mistakes and quoted Peres as stating, “I am the one who recruited him.”

In the 1970′s, Peres was Minister of Defense when he recruited Milchan as an agent for Lakam, a ‘secret’ unit in Israel’s defense ministry that purchased technological parts and materials for Israel’s WMD program.

“Since its founding in the mid-1950′s, the agency was headed by Benjamin Blumberg…Blumberg was Milchan’s friend, and used him (as well as other Israeli businessmen) to set up straw companies around the world, and to open secret bank accounts for financing the nuclear plant in Dimona and other Israeli security industries.

“Lakam was in effect an intelligence unit dealing with technological and scientific espionage, and served as a kind of ‘theft contractor’ for the Israeli security industry…For years, Milchan operated in secret, yet in the mid-1980′s U.S. customs uncovered an attempt to smuggle ‘switches’ – equipment that can be used both for medical purposes and for nuclear weapons manufacture – by the California-based Milco company, owned by Milchan…The FBI began an investigation into Milchan’s affairs, yet he has never been charged.

“According to the book, right after the ‘switches’ fiasco Milchan called his friend Peres, then prime minister, and asked for his help in dealing with the Ronald Reagan administration. Milchan is quoted in the book as saying he never received money for his services, and that everything he did was for the state of Israel......



Best Foreign Language Film:  THE GREAT BEAUTY:  

“To travel is very useful, it makes the imagination work, the rest is just delusion and pain. Our journey is entirely imaginary, which is its strength.”

Thank you for finding that  timeless landscape of absurd, exquisite beauty.

Ellen DeGeneres Collects Money for Pizza to The Hat !! Funny...



I find the nasty comments about "12 Years" really churlish.  They only serve to underscore the tragic fact that no matter how much one may smile in public and pretend otherwise, race has not disappeared from the collective consciousness of a lot of people. 

As far as I recall, almost every mainstream newspaper and newsmagazine found the movie brilliant in their reviews; the adjectives may have been different that is all. No one seemed compelled to praise the movie on the basis of race and in any case this is hardly the first movie on the subject of slavery. It is a very good movie, period. Whether it was the best for the  year is impossible to say for anyone since choices and opinions even when they coincide, are entirely subjective. A lot of people would have rooted for the Wolf of Wall Street and for Martin Scorsese as best director but here again it is one subjective opinion against another. There is no published  yardstick on the basis of which one  can grade a movie that will stand every scrutiny.  I guess the Oscars are based on majority opinion even if it sometimes could be a majority of one. Bias probably exists as it does in every field of human endeavour.


@UnniN   It exists because it is forced to by those who would profit from it's existence friend. Ellen Degeneres was doing what all good comedians do and using an ugly truth to force people to look at how foolish they are.

We are REQUIRED to love the movie because it is about slavery and "White Guilt" is a favorite tactic of the media and marketing. It is the same means by which Katherine Bigelow won an Oscar. They decided the time had come for a woman to win best director and her movie was popular, if only because of it's timing and subject, so ti was the obvious choice. Anyone who voted against that movie was a chauvinist pig. Anyone who talks bad now about 12 years is a racist whitey. That is why they won, not because of their content.


12 years was a good movie, but not the one that should of one in my opinion.  but it is good that it did, or the race card would have been used by the likes of Big mouth Al, bigger mouth jessie, oprah, spike lee maybe even Obama would have put his  spin on it and say  his great grand father could have been the title character.


This is Jone from China,if you guys are interest to buy something from China or need some help in China,please contact me(Skype:littlez510 Email:littlez510@126.com)


The criteria by which Best Picture Oscars have been handed out in the last decade seem to be based entirely on four things: Drama, Pretense, Unpopular, Realism.

They're all dramas or based on real life and seem to utterly lack any "entertainment" value in the form of escapism.  They've been full of political correctness and depressing subjects and seem to be loved only by film critics.

The last Oscar-winning movie I saw was Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.  I've had no desire or inclination based on the previews and titles to see any Oscar-winning film since then.

I get that the purpose is to recognize excellence in the film industry, but by whose criteria is that being judged?  What is "excellence" in a film that makes little money, is seen by few, liked by fewer and eventually consigned to the bargain bin because demand for it after its release on DVD's is non-existent?

With secret balloting, closed processes in decisions and less and less influence in generating revenue by winning an Oscar (both for the movie and even the actors these days), along with such blatant disconnects between critics and the viewers as to what is considered "excellent" (A prime example - The Hurt Locker beating Avatar), the relevance of the Oscars to the industry seems to me to be rapidly fading in every measurable circle save for film snobs and critics.

I suspect lots of people will hate on me for this, but use those measures the next time the Academy Awards happen. I'm going to bet the most realistic, gritty, politically "moving" and least "entertaining" "drama"will win.

The only bright side to this was that they finally got a host who put some life into the proceedings.  At least the awards show was entertaining, if not (IMHO) the movie that won best film.


dam right 12YAS won or there would have been consequences, including visits and lamentations from Jesse Jackson (he needs that extra cash to pay for his 14 year old love-child).


@mikepsemail You forgot that Kanye woulda ran up on the stage and took the mic from Sandra Bullock pr whoever and given all us whiteys what for.


Next category: Most Oscar nominations: 

Winner for all-time (in all probability) and therefore to be named the Meryl Streep award after it is first given to Ms Streep. Award to be decided every five years. Or maybe ten.


An interactive host is great fun and takes the stiffness out of the proceedings. Ellen de Generis was basically herself -- irreverent, witty and entertaining. Distributing slices of pizza was a novel element…. and she even got tipped by Kevin Spacey! :)


Best Oscar show ever