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And I have to be honest, if 12 00:02:20,474 --> 00:02:23,275 things had gone differently this past week in minneapolis, I may 13 00:02:23,310 --> 00:02:26,812 have traded in my heels for marching boots. 14 00:02:26,847 --> 00:02:30,582 Now, I know that a lot of you people at home want to reach for 15 00:02:30,618 --> 00:02:34,019 your remote when you feel like hollywood is preaching to you. 16 00:02:34,054 --> 00:02:38,457 But as a mother of a black son, I know the fear that so many 17 00:02:38,492 --> 00:02:45,697 live with, and no amount of fame or fortune changes. 18 00:02:45,733 --> 00:02:47,866 That okay? [ applause ] 19 00:02:47,902 --> 00:02:51,870 but tonight, we're here to celebrate. 20 00:02:51,906 --> 00:02:54,873 This was indeed a hard year for everyone. 21 00:02:54,909 --> 00:02:58,777 But our love of movies helped to get us through. 22 00:02:58,812 --> 00:03:07,186 It made us feel less isolated and connected us when we were 23 00:03:07,221 --> 00:03:10,255 apart. Like all of you here, I've loved 24 00:03:10,291 --> 00:03:12,224 movies for as long as I can remember. 25 00:03:12,259 --> 00:03:22,501 Tonight, I'm here not only as a presenter, but my film "one 26 00:03:22,536 --> 00:03:26,338 night in miami" is also -- [ cheers and applause ] 27 00:03:26,373 --> 00:03:27,372 it is also nominated in three categories. 28 00:03:27,408 --> 00:03:29,808 So I'm very proud and excited to be here. 29 00:03:29,843 --> 00:03:32,211 And, yes, we are doing it maskless. 30 00:03:32,246 --> 00:03:34,913 Yes. You are probably asking, how are 31 00:03:34,949 --> 00:03:40,953 they able to do that? Well, think of this as a movie 32 00:03:40,988 --> 00:03:46,325 set, an oscars movie. With a cast of over 200 33 00:03:46,360 --> 00:03:47,526 nominees, people have been vaxxed, tested, re-tested, 34 00:03:47,561 --> 00:03:51,897 socially distanced, and we're following all of the rigorous 35 00:03:51,932 --> 00:03:54,633 protocols that got us back to work safely. 36 00:03:54,668 --> 00:04:02,641 So just like on a movie set, when we are rolling, masks off. 37 00:04:02,676 --> 00:04:04,610 And when we are not rolling, masks on. 38 00:04:04,645 --> 00:04:09,681 All right? That's how we do it. 39 00:04:09,717 --> 00:04:11,049 Okay. Tonight, you will meet a 40 00:04:11,085 --> 00:04:13,852 creative family of storytellers. You'll hear tales of how they 41 00:04:13,887 --> 00:04:20,692 fell in love with movies and how that movie love connects them to 42 00:04:20,728 --> 00:04:25,230 the movies we are here to honor tonight. 43 00:04:25,266 --> 00:04:27,566 Now, movies begin with a screenplay, either an original 44 00:04:27,601 --> 00:04:28,900 story or one adapted from a previous work. 45 00:04:28,936 --> 00:04:32,638 And after so much isolation, we wanted to get to know our 46 00:04:32,673 --> 00:04:33,705 nominees. So here are a few things we 47 00:04:33,741 --> 00:04:39,645 learned. The writer and director of 48 00:04:39,680 --> 00:04:48,587 "judas and the black messiah," shaka king's -- that's my 49 00:04:48,622 --> 00:04:53,892 cousin. It's not, but he is. 50 00:04:53,927 --> 00:04:55,927 His first movie job was as an extra on a film called 51 00:04:55,963 --> 00:05:00,032 "30 days," directed by jamal joseph, a former black 52 00:05:00,067 --> 00:05:05,404 panther. And for co-writer 53 00:05:05,439 --> 00:05:06,672 will berson, being the office manager for john leguziamo's 54 00:05:06,707 --> 00:05:12,411 lower east side films stoked the fire in him to tell his stories. 55 00:05:12,446 --> 00:05:14,846 And for co-writer kenny lucas, watching "city of god" in 56 00:05:14,882 --> 00:05:18,917 college inspired him to be a filmmaker instead of getting a 57 00:05:18,952 --> 00:05:27,059 phd in philosophy. Lee isaac chung, writer of 58 00:05:27,094 --> 00:05:30,696 "minari," whose first film job was producing educational films 59 00:05:30,731 --> 00:05:32,531 in new york, remembers seeing "e.T." for the first time as a 60 00:05:32,566 --> 00:05:33,598 child. Standing up wide-eyed in the 61 00:05:33,634 --> 00:05:39,871 movie theater the entire time. That is so adorable. 62 00:05:39,907 --> 00:05:50,615 Oh. And emerald fennell, girl. 63 00:05:50,651 --> 00:05:53,285 You took time off from playing camilla bowles in "the crown" to 64 00:05:53,320 --> 00:05:59,324 write, produce, and direct "promising young woma” 65 00:05:59,360 --> 00:06:00,359 while you were seven months pregnant during a 23-day film 66 00:06:00,394 --> 00:06:06,965 shoot. Girl, you earned the title of 67 00:06:07,000 --> 00:06:10,268 your film. Darius marder supported his 68 00:06:10,304 --> 00:06:11,436 ten-year journey to making "sound of metal" with a sushi 69 00:06:11,472 --> 00:06:15,707 catering business in vermont. His co-writer brother, 70 00:06:15,743 --> 00:06:22,114 abraham marder, was a musician and composer. 71 00:06:22,149 --> 00:06:27,486 And co-writer derek cianfrance's first job was a friend's get 72 00:06:27,521 --> 00:06:29,020 rich quick scheme filming dogs' faces to put on coffee cups 73 00:06:29,056 --> 00:06:35,761 called puppy mugs. Derek, let me get one of those 74 00:06:35,796 --> 00:06:40,465 mugs. Yes. 75 00:06:40,501 --> 00:06:43,635 And aaron sorkin, writer/director of "the trial of 76 00:06:43,670 --> 00:06:46,638 the chicago 7", he started his career in movies by ripping 77 00:06:46,673 --> 00:06:52,010 tickets, and making the popcorn in his neighborhood theater. 78 00:06:52,045 --> 00:07:01,787 See, you never know, the guy serving the popcorn could be the 79 00:07:01,822 --> 00:07:14,099 next aaron sorkin. And the oscar goes to -- 80 00:07:14,134 --> 00:07:17,969 emerald fennell, "promising young woman” 81 00:07:18,005 --> 00:07:26,178 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 82 00:07:26,213 --> 00:07:29,281 >> oh, my gosh. Oh, they said write a speech. 83 00:07:29,316 --> 00:07:34,586 And I didn't, because I just didn't think this would ever 84 00:07:34,621 --> 00:07:38,356 happen. I'm going to be in trouble with 85 00:07:38,392 --> 00:07:41,393 steven soderbergh. I'm so sorry. 86 00:07:41,428 --> 00:07:44,162 I don't want him to be cross with me. 87 00:07:44,198 --> 00:07:48,099 Oh, my god, he's so heavy and so cold. 88 00:07:48,135 --> 00:07:52,137 The only speech I ever wrote was when I was 10. 89 00:07:52,172 --> 00:07:58,210 I had a look to see if there would be anything useful, I 90 00:07:58,245 --> 00:08:04,516 mainly thanked zack morris from "saved by the bell." 91 00:08:04,551 --> 00:08:08,186 unfortunately, he hasn't been as much a part of my life as I had 92 00:08:08,222 --> 00:08:10,522 hoped. So the speech is not that 93 00:08:10,557 --> 00:08:12,691 useful. But all I can say is, trying 94 00:08:12,726 --> 00:08:17,796 very hard not to cry, which is very difficult as an english 95 00:08:17,831 --> 00:08:19,064 person, because you don't cry ever. 96 00:08:19,099 --> 00:08:22,167 This film was made by the most incredible people in the world, 97 00:08:22,202 --> 00:08:26,771 who made it in 23 days. Just and brought their complete 98 00:08:26,807 --> 00:08:31,910 genius and love and humor to it. And I have so many people to 99 00:08:31,945 --> 00:08:34,145 thank. I feel mortified that I'm here 100 00:08:34,181 --> 00:08:39,918 by myself when it's not just my job at all. 101 00:08:39,953 --> 00:08:46,791 I want to thank carey mulligan, the kindest and funniest person 102 00:08:46,827 --> 00:08:52,264 in the world. I want to thank the producers 103 00:08:52,299 --> 00:08:55,934 f for standing behind this film. 104 00:08:55,969 --> 00:09:00,171 The cast and the crew, the greatest in the world, the 105 00:09:00,207 --> 00:09:02,874 kindest in the world. They just made me look good. 106 00:09:02,910 --> 00:09:07,879 And again, I'm just so grateful. Finally, my family. 107 00:09:07,915 --> 00:09:08,780 Mom, dad, coco. Oh. 108 00:09:08,815 --> 00:09:15,020 My husband, chris. Come on, come on. 109 00:09:15,055 --> 00:09:20,959 Our son, who did not arrive until a couple of weeks after 110 00:09:20,994 --> 00:09:23,762 shooting, thank god, because I was crossing my legs. 111 00:09:23,797 --> 00:09:33,805 Thank you all so much. Steven, I hope that was all 112 00:09:33,840 --> 00:09:36,141 right. ♪ 113 00:09:36,176 --> 00:09:39,744 [ cheers and applause ] >> all of the nominees for the 114 00:09:39,780 --> 00:09:51,022 best adapted screenplay are phenomenal. 115 00:09:51,058 --> 00:09:57,696 Chloe zhao came to realize that her experience as an outsider to 116 00:09:57,731 --> 00:10:02,033 the american dream gave her a unique window. 117 00:10:02,069 --> 00:10:12,877 That unique perspective drew her to "nomadland". 118 00:10:12,913 --> 00:10:19,684 Ramin bahrani, nominated for "the white tiger." 119 00:10:19,720 --> 00:10:23,588 films working as a truck driver, a bartender, and a telemarketer. 120 00:10:23,624 --> 00:10:24,356 Whoo, telemarketing. I may have hung up on you a few 121 00:10:24,391 --> 00:10:25,557 times. Kemp powers adapted his own 122 00:10:25,592 --> 00:10:26,591 play, "one night in miami” now, there's some fun facts in 123 00:10:26,627 --> 00:10:31,930 the teleprompter, but I'm going off script here. 124 00:10:31,965 --> 00:10:42,974 This was his first screenplay, before he was a playwright, a 125 00:10:43,010 --> 00:10:45,276 journalist. One of his favorite films 126 00:10:45,312 --> 00:10:49,981 was "animal house," where he heard sam cook for the first 127 00:10:50,017 --> 00:10:52,717 time. Florian zeller, adapting his 128 00:10:52,753 --> 00:10:59,624 play "the father," saw the movie "rain man." 129 00:10:59,660 --> 00:11:00,859 with that understanding, he was inspired to create a character 130 00:11:00,894 --> 00:11:02,794 that allows us to understand alzheimer's through the eyes of 131 00:11:02,829 --> 00:11:05,764 those living with it. His collaborator, 132 00:11:05,799 --> 00:11:17,842 christopher hampton, was raised in kay cairo, egypt. 133 00:11:17,878 --> 00:11:19,144 His love for movies stems from his father taking him to the 134 00:11:19,179 --> 00:11:20,779 movies three times a week while being raised in cairo, egypt. 135 00:11:20,814 --> 00:11:21,946 I bet tickets weren't $13 apiece back then. 136 00:11:21,982 --> 00:11:42,534 >> and, okay, here we go. "borat: Subsequent movie film." 137 00:11:42,569 --> 00:11:45,570 okay. Here we go. 138 00:11:45,605 --> 00:12:12,097 And the oscar goes to -- christopher hampton and florian 139 00:12:12,132 --> 00:12:14,833 zeller, "the father". >> thank you. 140 00:12:14,868 --> 00:12:24,743 It's such a great joy and award. I share this, and I want to 141 00:12:24,778 --> 00:12:27,579 thank him for being such a great writer and a wonderful friend. 142 00:12:27,614 --> 00:12:33,585 I want to thank everyone in "the father" who helped me to make 143 00:12:33,620 --> 00:12:37,689 the film. My producers, of course. 144 00:12:37,724 --> 00:12:43,561 Simon, who first produced the play in london. 145 00:12:43,597 --> 00:12:51,803 David, phillip, the sony classics family, michael, tom, 146 00:12:51,838 --> 00:12:52,971 me melody, all my team, so many 147 00:12:53,006 --> 00:13:00,745 names that I have to mention. Frederic, chris, andrew, 148 00:13:00,781 --> 00:13:03,381 suzanne, thank you for being so supportive. 149 00:13:03,416 --> 00:13:13,625 And the crew of "the father," and the wonderful cast. 150 00:13:13,660 --> 00:13:16,494 I wrote this script for anthony hopkins. 151 00:13:16,530 --> 00:13:18,163 To me, he's the greatest living actor. 152 00:13:18,198 --> 00:13:21,499 And just the idea to work with him was like a dream. 153 00:13:21,535 --> 00:13:26,838 And I knew that it was not an easy dream to fulfill. 154 00:13:26,873 --> 00:13:28,206 Because I'm french, as you can hear. 155 00:13:28,241 --> 00:13:33,545 It was my first feature film, and, you know, he's anthony 156 00:13:33,580 --> 00:13:39,117 hopkins. I thought, until someone comes 157 00:13:39,152 --> 00:13:42,687 and prodves it was not possible it was possible. 158 00:13:42,722 --> 00:13:47,292 And for "the father," I wanted not to close that door and 159 00:13:47,327 --> 00:13:50,962 follow my inspiration, desire, and dream. 160 00:13:50,997 --> 00:13:58,503 So thank you, anthony, for having said yes to that script. 161 00:13:58,538 --> 00:13:59,604 And for giving everything to that film. 162 00:13:59,639 --> 00:14:02,473 Your energy, your grace, and your talent. 163 00:14:02,509 --> 00:14:05,910 Sharing that journey with you was the most amazing experience 164 00:14:05,946 --> 00:14:09,714 of my life. And at least, I want to thank my 165 00:14:09,749 --> 00:14:15,353 wife marina for supporting me with love and patience. 166 00:14:15,388 --> 00:14:19,757 Thank you to the academy. [ applause ] 167 00:14:19,793 --> 00:14:23,828 ♪ >> hi. 168 00:14:23,864 --> 00:14:30,668 My name is afi ekulona, and I'm your oscars voiceover. 169 00:14:30,704 --> 00:14:32,370 When we come back, last year's winner for best supporting 170 00:14:32,405 --> 00:14:33,671 actress will present best supporting actor. 171 00:14:33,707 --> 00:14:45,550 It's the oscars on abc. >>> the oscars on abc, brought 172 00:14:55,128 --> 00:15:03,134 to you by -- ♪ 173 00:15:03,169 --> 00:15:04,903 >> please welcome last year's winner for best actress in a 174 00:15:04,938 --> 00:15:13,344 supporting role, laura dern. [ cheers and applause ] 175 00:15:13,380 --> 00:15:18,116 >> good evening. So happy to see you all. 176 00:15:18,151 --> 00:15:23,554 When I was a little girl, my mother took me to see one of her 177 00:15:23,590 --> 00:15:30,495 favorite films. "le strada" by fellini. 178 00:15:30,530 --> 00:15:35,934 I was a little young to read subtitles, but she wanted to 179 00:15:35,969 --> 00:15:42,707 share with me one of the most extraordinary performances, that 180 00:15:42,742 --> 00:15:50,648 of julietta. It was filled with magic and 181 00:15:50,684 --> 00:15:55,053 heartbreak, and it's the language of cinema itself that 182 00:15:55,088 --> 00:15:58,423 transformed me forever. I learned that was the first 183 00:15:58,458 --> 00:16:01,559 film to win the oscar in this next category. 184 00:16:01,594 --> 00:16:08,433 Here are the nominees for best international feature film. 185 00:16:08,468 --> 00:16:11,169 >> from denmark, "another round." 186 00:16:11,204 --> 00:16:35,393 ♪ ♪ 187 00:16:35,428 --> 00:16:43,201 >> from hong kong, "better days." 188 00:16:43,236 --> 00:17:00,284 ♪ ♪ 189 00:17:00,320 --> 00:17:35,319 >> from romania, "collective." >> from tunisia, "the man who 190 00:17:35,355 --> 00:17:50,701 sold his skin." ♪ 191 00:17:52,405 --> 00:18:08,186 ♪ >> from bosnia and herzegovina, 192 00:18:08,221 --> 00:18:20,598 "quo vadis, aida?" 193 00:18:20,633 --> 00:18:33,377 >> hey, hey, hey! >> and the oscar goes to -- 194 00:18:33,413 --> 00:18:40,084 "another round," denmark. [ applause ] 195 00:18:40,120 --> 00:18:51,295 ♪ >> hey, wow. 196 00:18:51,331 --> 00:18:54,966 Thank you very much. Thanks to the academy. 197 00:18:55,001 --> 00:19:00,738 For votiing on this film. This is beyond anything I could 198 00:19:00,773 --> 00:19:04,775 ever imagine, except this is something I've always imagined 199 00:19:04,811 --> 00:19:13,918 since I was 5 or something. I've been preparing speeches in 200 00:19:13,953 --> 00:19:15,887 train stations, at school, in the toilet. 201 00:19:15,922 --> 00:19:18,756 And here I am, it's real. It's amazing. 202 00:19:18,791 --> 00:19:21,092 Wow. This is a film about getting go 203 00:19:21,127 --> 00:19:25,296 of control in life, and as I lost control in my own. 204 00:19:25,331 --> 00:19:29,433 And I want to thank my wife, helene, who sits over here, for 205 00:19:29,469 --> 00:19:32,270 being the angel of this project. For guiding me through this very 206 00:19:32,305 --> 00:19:41,879 difficult period. I want to thank my children, my 207 00:19:41,915 --> 00:19:50,988 family, my screenwriter, tobias lindholm. 208 00:19:51,024 --> 00:19:56,194 Who is my guardian angel. There's a lot of people to 209 00:19:56,229 --> 00:19:57,895 thank. But I'll get there. 210 00:19:57,931 --> 00:20:06,103 I'm sending my praises to caspar, peter, all of you. 211 00:20:06,139 --> 00:20:10,341 You had so much heart and strength at the same time. 212 00:20:10,376 --> 00:20:13,211 The crew, who threw everything they had in their hands to 213 00:20:13,246 --> 00:20:19,517 rescue me. And rescue this film. 214 00:20:19,552 --> 00:20:33,264 The investors, my agents, distributors, you're all there. 215 00:20:33,299 --> 00:20:38,970 Thank you for showing the bravery of investing in a movie 216 00:20:39,005 --> 00:20:44,475 that is about four depraved, white, drunk men, basically. 217 00:20:44,510 --> 00:20:47,278 Who teaches children to drink as well. 218 00:20:47,313 --> 00:20:55,853 I mean, pretty uphill, from my perspective. 219 00:20:55,888 --> 00:21:01,325 Those four white men, the whole cast, you were brilliant. 220 00:21:01,361 --> 00:21:05,329 Susan, maria, all of you, took out your hearts for this. 221 00:21:05,365 --> 00:21:08,666 And were brilliant. I want to send a special thanks 222 00:21:08,701 --> 00:21:18,542 to mads mikkelsen. Yeah, give him a hand. 223 00:21:18,578 --> 00:21:21,445 [ applause ] mads, you gave us your finest. 224 00:21:21,481 --> 00:21:24,749 Not just for the film, but for my daughter as well. 225 00:21:24,784 --> 00:21:28,419 And I'll never forget it. Whoo. 226 00:21:28,454 --> 00:21:33,724 Okay. So we wanted to make a film that 227 00:21:33,760 --> 00:21:34,792 celebrates life. And four days into shooting, the 228 00:21:34,827 --> 00:21:40,531 impossible happened. An accident on a highway took my 229 00:21:40,566 --> 00:21:44,435 daughter away. Someone looking into a cell 230 00:21:44,470 --> 00:21:55,146 phone. And we miss her, and I love her. 231 00:21:55,181 --> 00:22:03,387 And -- sorry. Two months before we shot this 232 00:22:03,423 --> 00:22:07,892 movie, two months before she died, she was in africa. 233 00:22:07,927 --> 00:22:13,130 She sent me a letter, she had just read the script, and loved 234 00:22:13,166 --> 00:22:15,032 it. She felt seen by this. 235 00:22:15,068 --> 00:22:17,468 And she was supposed to be in this. 236 00:22:17,503 --> 00:22:23,240 And if anyone dares to believe that she's here with us somehow, 237 00:22:23,276 --> 00:22:27,345 you'll be able to see her clapping and cheering with us. 238 00:22:27,380 --> 00:22:34,352 We ended up making this movie for her, as her monument. 239 00:22:34,387 --> 00:22:39,423 So, ida, this is a miracle that just happened, and you're a part 240 00:22:39,459 --> 00:22:41,826 of this miracle. Maybe you've been pulling some 241 00:22:41,861 --> 00:22:45,763 strings somewhere, I don't know. But this one is for you. 242 00:22:45,798 --> 00:22:46,797 Thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] 243 00:22:46,833 --> 00:23:02,246 ♪ >> we're not adhering to every 244 00:23:02,281 --> 00:23:05,082 oscar tradition tonight. But I am so happy that I now 245 00:23:05,118 --> 00:23:15,359 have the honor to present the award for best supporting actor. 246 00:23:15,395 --> 00:23:22,733 Each of these five artists presented us with themes of 247 00:23:22,769 --> 00:23:27,037 equity and social justice in their own unique and 248 00:23:27,073 --> 00:23:29,173 extraordinary ways. Lakeith stanfield. 249 00:23:29,208 --> 00:23:39,283 "judas and the black messiah." lakeith, with such power, you 250 00:23:39,318 --> 00:23:43,287 gave us an experience of what it is when citizens are betrayed by 251 00:23:43,322 --> 00:23:49,160 their own country and while grappling with morality, they 252 00:23:49,195 --> 00:23:53,230 must fight to survive. Daniel kaluuya, "judas and the 253 00:23:53,266 --> 00:24:01,038 black messiah." daniel, hi. 254 00:24:01,073 --> 00:24:05,176 I just want to say, thank you because with your extraordinary 255 00:24:05,211 --> 00:24:10,047 commitment and your endless research, you did in fact 256 00:24:10,082 --> 00:24:14,685 beautifully get within the man and I have been listening to you 257 00:24:14,720 --> 00:24:18,989 speak of your inspiration in denzel washington's performance 258 00:24:19,025 --> 00:24:22,092 in "malcolm x." and just to say how grateful we 259 00:24:22,128 --> 00:24:25,229 are for the inspiration you gave us, with not only the role, but 260 00:24:25,264 --> 00:24:28,098 the words you shared, and the reminder that you can't murder 261 00:24:28,134 --> 00:24:37,208 freedom. Thank you. 262 00:24:37,243 --> 00:24:40,411 [ applause ] to leslie odom jr., "one night 263 00:24:40,446 --> 00:24:47,651 in miami." [ applause ] 264 00:24:47,687 --> 00:24:51,755 leslie, the gorgeous weight of responsibility that you carried 265 00:24:51,791 --> 00:24:58,829 in these discussions in and around advancing social justice. 266 00:24:58,865 --> 00:25:05,703 It captured our hearts forever, as did your chilling gift of 267 00:25:05,738 --> 00:25:12,243 bringing sam cooke back to us. Thank you. 268 00:25:12,278 --> 00:25:23,287 [ applause ] to paul raci, "sound of metal." 269 00:25:23,322 --> 00:25:25,856 [ applause ] growing up as a hearing person 270 00:25:25,892 --> 00:25:31,495 with deaf parents, I know you made such a tireless commitment 271 00:25:31,531 --> 00:25:38,068 to expand the narrowed perspective of deaf characters 272 00:25:38,104 --> 00:25:40,137 in film. With this brilliant performance, 273 00:25:40,172 --> 00:25:47,144 you gave us the opportunity to truly understand what 274 00:25:47,179 --> 00:25:52,550 inclusivity means. And we're so lucky. 275 00:25:52,585 --> 00:25:55,819 Thank you. [ applause ] 276 00:25:55,855 --> 00:26:06,897 and to sacha baron cohen, "the trial of the chicago 7." 277 00:26:06,933 --> 00:26:13,804 with your perfect portrayal of the yippie iconoclast 278 00:26:13,839 --> 00:26:17,041 abbie hoffman, you leaned into your activist instincts. 279 00:26:17,076 --> 00:26:25,182 And I'm stunned you would be attracted to playing such a 280 00:26:25,217 --> 00:26:27,718 disruptor, it's so unlike you to rock the boat. 281 00:26:27,753 --> 00:26:31,655 But that's why they call it abouting. 282 00:26:31,691 --> 00:26:33,123 These are the nominees for best actor in a supporting role. 283 00:26:33,159 --> 00:26:40,030 And the oscar goes to -- daniel kaluuya, "judas and the 284 00:26:40,066 --> 00:26:40,297 black messiah." [ cheers and applause ] 285 00:26:40,333 --> 00:26:58,716 ♪ ♪ 286 00:26:58,751 --> 00:27:02,820 >> all right. Man. 287 00:27:02,855 --> 00:27:09,560 Man. Thank you, god. 288 00:27:09,595 --> 00:27:13,631 Thank you, god. I can't be here without your 289 00:27:13,666 --> 00:27:19,203 guidance and protection. For my mom, thank you so much 290 00:27:19,238 --> 00:27:22,239 for pouring into me, you gave me everything. 291 00:27:22,274 --> 00:27:26,310 You gave me your factory settings. 292 00:27:26,345 --> 00:27:29,980 So I can stand at my fullest height. 293 00:27:30,016 --> 00:27:34,852 Love to my sister, my niece, my friends and family, everyone I 294 00:27:34,887 --> 00:27:39,690 love, I'd like to thank my team. Incredible support. 295 00:27:39,725 --> 00:27:43,227 Bro, we out here. Yo. 296 00:27:43,262 --> 00:27:47,631 Man. Man. 297 00:27:47,667 --> 00:27:56,974 It's good, come on down. Ryan, sev, everyone at 298 00:27:57,009 --> 00:27:58,042 proximity. Charles king. 299 00:27:58,077 --> 00:28:06,283 Everyone at macro. Ni 300 00:28:06,318 --> 00:28:09,887 nigel, everyone at warner brothers. 301 00:28:09,922 --> 00:28:13,524 It's so hard to make a film about a man like this, and they 302 00:28:13,559 --> 00:28:17,628 made this possible. I share this honor with the gift 303 00:28:17,663 --> 00:28:22,032 that is lakeith stanfield. The light that is -- yeah. 304 00:28:22,068 --> 00:28:23,200 Yeah. [ applause ] 305 00:28:23,235 --> 00:28:27,171 the light that is dominique fishbach. 306 00:28:27,206 --> 00:28:32,476 The incredible cast and crew. Lucas brothers, starting the 307 00:28:32,511 --> 00:28:34,211 journey. Will, it's so incredible to look 308 00:28:34,246 --> 00:28:38,315 around you, to look around you and just go, you're inspired by 309 00:28:38,350 --> 00:28:42,753 not only what they do, but who they are. 310 00:28:42,788 --> 00:28:44,888 That's amazing. Thank you so much for allowing 311 00:28:44,924 --> 00:28:46,890 us into your life and into your story. 312 00:28:46,926 --> 00:28:54,531 Thank you for trusting us, you know, with your truth. 313 00:28:54,567 --> 00:28:56,967 I appreciate you deeply. It's an honor to partner up and 314 00:28:57,002 --> 00:29:01,105 stand side-by-side with you. And to chairman fred hampton, 315 00:29:01,140 --> 00:29:03,040 bro, man, man. What a man. 316 00:29:03,075 --> 00:29:09,513 What a man. How blessed we are that we live 317 00:29:09,548 --> 00:29:14,985 in a lifetime where he existed. You know what I mean? 318 00:29:15,020 --> 00:29:17,988 Thank you for your light. He was on this earth for 21 319 00:29:18,023 --> 00:29:24,628 years. And he found a way to feed kids 320 00:29:24,663 --> 00:29:27,564 breakfast. Educate kids, give free medical 321 00:29:27,600 --> 00:29:28,899 care. Against all the odds, he showed 322 00:29:28,934 --> 00:29:37,441 me, he taught me, him, huey p. Newton, the black panther party, 323 00:29:37,476 --> 00:29:42,246 they showed me out to love myself, and the black community 324 00:29:42,281 --> 00:29:47,484 and other communities. And they showed us the power of 325 00:29:47,520 --> 00:29:50,754 unity. When they play divide and 326 00:29:50,790 --> 00:29:53,423 conquer, we say unite and ascend. 327 00:29:53,459 --> 00:29:57,528 Thank you so much for showing me myself. 328 00:29:57,563 --> 00:30:00,230 And there's so much work to do, guys. 329 00:30:00,266 --> 00:30:03,901 That's on everyone in this room. This ain't no single man job. 330 00:30:03,936 --> 00:30:05,469 I look at every single one of you. 331 00:30:05,504 --> 00:30:09,306 We've got work to do. And I'm going to get back to 332 00:30:09,341 --> 00:30:13,744 work Tuesday morning. Because tonight I'm going up. 333 00:30:13,779 --> 00:30:16,113 We're going up, you know what I mean? 334 00:30:16,148 --> 00:30:17,548 We're enjoying ourselves tonight. 335 00:30:17,583 --> 00:30:22,152 You got to celebrate life, man. We're breathing, walking, it's 336 00:30:22,188 --> 00:30:23,453 incredible. It's incredible. 337 00:30:23,489 --> 00:30:27,324 My mom, my dad, they had sex. It's amazing. 338 00:30:27,359 --> 00:30:30,227 You understand, I'm here. You know what I mean? 339 00:30:30,262 --> 00:30:35,532 I'm so happy to be alive. So I'm going to celebrate 340 00:30:35,568 --> 00:30:37,034 tonight. I appreciate everyone in the 341 00:30:37,069 --> 00:30:43,440 room, everyone watching at home. You know, peace, love, and 342 00:30:43,475 --> 00:30:44,741 onwards. We go again. 343 00:30:44,777 --> 00:30:48,111 Appreciate you. [ applause ] 344 00:30:48,147 --> 00:30:51,849 ♪ >> just so you know, we have it 345 00:30:51,884 --> 00:30:55,619 on good authority don cheadle does an amazing 346 00:30:55,654 --> 00:30:57,154 christopher walken impression. The question is, will he do it 347 00:30:57,189 --> 00:30:58,055 tonight? Stay tuned. 348 00:30:58,090 --> 00:30:58,322 It's the oscars. ♪ 349 00:31:04,930 --> 00:31:09,233 >>> we're live at the oscars, at union station in los angeles. 350 00:31:09,268 --> 00:31:17,975 And now, please welcome academy award nominee, don cheadle. 351 00:31:18,010 --> 00:31:21,345 [ applause ] ♪ 352 00:31:21,380 --> 00:31:27,017 >> okay, here's the thing. All actors know this. 353 00:31:27,052 --> 00:31:31,054 You can be primed to give the performance of your life, but if 354 00:31:31,090 --> 00:31:32,189 you show up and your hair looks wrong, all anybody will be 355 00:31:32,224 --> 00:31:33,390 looking at is your hair. And if you show up and your 356 00:31:33,425 --> 00:31:35,058 costume is wrong, all anybody will be looking at is your 357 00:31:35,094 --> 00:31:36,560 costume. Before you've even spoken a 358 00:31:36,595 --> 00:31:38,795 line, you're done. For best makeup and hair 359 00:31:38,831 --> 00:31:44,501 styling, five different teams of three are nominated. 360 00:31:44,536 --> 00:31:47,337 These artists shared their various paths to tonight. 361 00:31:47,373 --> 00:31:50,374 One began by doing makeup on himself. 362 00:31:50,409 --> 00:31:52,643 Another got started by showing up on a set at 3:00 a.M. To hold 363 00:31:52,678 --> 00:31:54,511 hairpins. Others by working for free on 364 00:31:54,546 --> 00:31:59,283 small independent films. Here are the nominees for makeup 365 00:31:59,318 --> 00:32:07,224 and hairstyling. "emma," marese langan. 366 00:32:07,259 --> 00:32:14,531 Laura allen and claudia stolze. [ applause ] 367 00:32:14,566 --> 00:32:20,270 "hillbilly elegy," eryn krueger, 368 00:32:20,306 --> 00:32:23,507 matthew mungle and patricia dehaney. 369 00:32:23,542 --> 00:32:26,209 "ma rainey's black bottom," sergio lopez-rivera. 370 00:32:26,245 --> 00:32:35,385 Mia neal, and jamika wilson. "mank," gigi williams, 371 00:32:35,421 --> 00:32:42,159 kimberley spiteri, and colleen labaff. 372 00:32:42,194 --> 00:32:45,829 "pinocchio," mark coulier, dalia colli, and 373 00:32:45,864 --> 00:32:56,807 francesco pegoretti. And the oscar goes to -- 374 00:32:56,842 --> 00:33:00,877 "ma rainey's black bottom," sergio lopez-rivera, 375 00:33:00,913 --> 00:33:02,112 mia neal, and jamika wilson. [ cheers and applause ] 376 00:33:02,147 --> 00:33:21,198 ♪ ♪ 377 00:33:21,233 --> 00:33:32,676 [ cheers and applause ] >> I was raised by my 378 00:33:32,711 --> 00:33:42,185 grandfather, james holland. He was an original tuskegee 379 00:33:42,221 --> 00:33:45,489 airman. He graduated from northwest 380 00:33:45,524 --> 00:33:50,293 university at a time when they did not allow blacks to stay on 381 00:33:50,329 --> 00:33:53,764 campus, so he stayed at the ymca. 382 00:33:53,799 --> 00:33:59,770 Then he went back to his hometown in hopes of becoming a 383 00:33:59,805 --> 00:34:01,772 teacher. But they did not hire blacks in 384 00:34:01,807 --> 00:34:04,474 the school system. I want to say thank you to our 385 00:34:04,510 --> 00:34:10,547 ancestors who put the work in. Who were denied but never gave 386 00:34:10,582 --> 00:34:12,115 up. And I also stand here, as we 387 00:34:12,151 --> 00:34:18,255 break this glass ceiling with so much excitement for the future. 388 00:34:18,290 --> 00:34:22,125 [ cheers and applause ] because I can picture black 389 00:34:22,161 --> 00:34:34,337 trans women standing up here, asian and latina sisters, and 390 00:34:34,373 --> 00:34:38,542 indigenous women. And it won't be unusual or 391 00:34:38,577 --> 00:34:46,917 groundbreaking one day, it will just be normal. 392 00:34:46,952 --> 00:34:54,224 Thank you to the aacademy, netflix, denzel washington, 393 00:34:54,259 --> 00:35:01,198 viola davis, andrea resnick. To the spirit of ma rainey. 394 00:35:01,233 --> 00:35:04,101 Thank you. [ cheers and applause ] 395 00:35:04,136 --> 00:35:19,883 ♪ >> anthony hopkins, who's done 396 00:35:19,918 --> 00:35:21,718 pretty damn well for himself, especially this year, said, "the 397 00:35:21,753 --> 00:35:24,054 minute I put on the wardrobe, the character just unfolds” 398 00:35:24,089 --> 00:35:27,290 "emma's" alexandra byrne had the challenge of designing costumes 399 00:35:27,326 --> 00:35:28,558 for a film set in the early 19th century. 400 00:35:28,594 --> 00:35:32,762 To meet that challenge she looked at everything. 401 00:35:32,798 --> 00:35:35,932 Paintings, journals, and even in museums. 402 00:35:35,968 --> 00:35:40,170 To prepare for "ma rainey's black bottom," costume designer 403 00:35:40,205 --> 00:35:46,309 ann roth reads the script, and asks herself questions about the 404 00:35:46,345 --> 00:35:47,344 character like, when she goes to bed, where are those clothes? 405 00:35:47,379 --> 00:35:48,445 Do they fall on the floor? Does she hang them up? 406 00:35:48,480 --> 00:35:52,215 From there, ann builds the costumes which define the 407 00:35:52,251 --> 00:35:56,620 character. For "mank," trish summerville 408 00:35:56,655 --> 00:36:00,423 used sears and roebuck catalogues, charlie chaplin 409 00:36:00,459 --> 00:36:05,695 movies, and still photographs from the '20s, '30s and '40s to 410 00:36:05,731 --> 00:36:06,963 create an authentic look of real people from movie history. 411 00:36:06,999 --> 00:36:09,633 Bina daigeler spent three weeks in china researching costumes 412 00:36:09,668 --> 00:36:10,901 for "mulan." she said her goal was to enable 413 00:36:10,936 --> 00:36:13,336 the audience to grasp something essential about the character. 414 00:36:13,372 --> 00:36:16,406 And in the case of "mulan" herself, she used color and 415 00:36:16,441 --> 00:36:20,210 costume to convey an uplifting and positive message. 416 00:36:20,245 --> 00:36:24,814 "pinocchio's" costume designer massimo cantini parrini also is 417 00:36:24,850 --> 00:36:27,984 a strong believer that color helps create the character. 418 00:36:28,020 --> 00:36:31,354 And because red is the color that expresses powerful emotions 419 00:36:31,390 --> 00:36:35,358 like anger, passion, love, and lying, "pinocchio" became the 420 00:36:35,394 --> 00:36:37,761 only character in the movie wearing red. 421 00:36:37,796 --> 00:36:54,411 And the oscar goes to -- ann roth, "ma rainey's black 422 00:36:54,446 --> 00:36:58,448 bottom." the academy congratulates ann, 423 00:36:58,483 --> 00:37:02,285 and accepts the oscar on her behalf. 424 00:37:02,321 --> 00:37:05,388 Thank you. >> when we come back, 425 00:37:05,424 --> 00:37:06,523 bryan cranston goes to hollywood, and then we take a 426 00:37:06,558 --> 00:37:09,893 trip halfway around the world. It's the oscars on abc. 427 00:37:13,498 --> 00:37:15,332 >>> live from the dolby theatre in hollywood, here is 428 00:37:15,367 --> 00:37:16,833 bryan cranston presenting the jean hersholt humanitarian 429 00:37:16,868 --> 00:37:25,208 award. ♪ 430 00:37:25,244 --> 00:37:26,443 >> the grand dolby theatre has been home to the academy awards 431 00:37:26,478 --> 00:37:36,253 since 2002. And we'll be back here again 432 00:37:36,288 --> 00:37:38,722 next year. But the times have called for a 433 00:37:38,757 --> 00:37:41,358 pause while we grapple with all the changes around us. 434 00:37:41,393 --> 00:37:44,294 The times are always changing of course, but it's fascinating how 435 00:37:44,329 --> 00:37:54,571 often they repeat themselves. Let me set this scene. 436 00:37:54,606 --> 00:37:57,407 It's a raging tail end of a pandemic. 437 00:37:57,442 --> 00:38:00,910 Many millions of lives are lost. Many millions more permanently 438 00:38:00,946 --> 00:38:03,079 dislocated and changed forever. People wonder, how will we move 439 00:38:03,115 --> 00:38:07,183 forward? The year is 1921. 440 00:38:07,219 --> 00:38:13,990 After the worst pandemic in history, actors mary pickford 441 00:38:14,026 --> 00:38:16,860 and jean hersholt took action, raising money for the motion 442 00:38:16,895 --> 00:38:22,299 picture and television fund, a foundation that would provide a 443 00:38:22,334 --> 00:38:23,767 remarkable range of health services and aid to anyone who 444 00:38:23,802 --> 00:38:27,404 worked in the film or television industry. 445 00:38:27,439 --> 00:38:30,840 100 years later, we found ourselves in another global 446 00:38:30,876 --> 00:38:35,278 pandemic. This time the mptf knew how to 447 00:38:35,314 --> 00:38:50,427 answer the call, because they had been doing it for decades. 448 00:38:50,462 --> 00:38:52,429 In 1942, the motion picture and television fund broke ground on 449 00:38:52,464 --> 00:38:53,963 what would become the lew wasserman campus in 450 00:38:53,999 --> 00:38:55,231 woodland hills. From actors to make-up artists. 451 00:38:55,267 --> 00:38:58,234 From electricians to carpenters. From painters to teamsters, the 452 00:38:58,270 --> 00:38:59,602 fund was created to help those who, for whatever reason, fell 453 00:38:59,638 --> 00:39:00,637 on hard times. The film lab chemist who 454 00:39:00,672 --> 00:39:04,374 developed alzheimer's found a home at the mptf. 455 00:39:04,409 --> 00:39:08,578 A gay hair and make-up artist whose death left his life 456 00:39:08,613 --> 00:39:11,014 partner unable to receive his pension because their 40-year 457 00:39:11,049 --> 00:39:12,215 union was not recognized as a marriage. 458 00:39:12,250 --> 00:39:19,489 The mptf was there to help. >> being a single mother in this 459 00:39:19,524 --> 00:39:24,227 industry is hard. But having my son lose his 460 00:39:24,262 --> 00:39:30,533 father made it a lot harder. But the mptf were here for us. 461 00:39:30,569 --> 00:39:36,706 >> my family and I will always remember the grace with which 462 00:39:36,742 --> 00:39:43,980 travis died, and the mptf al allowed that to happen. 463 00:39:44,015 --> 00:39:45,215 >> I have a special connection to the mptf. 464 00:39:45,250 --> 00:39:46,916 When my mother, peggy, a former actress, was diagnosed with 465 00:39:46,952 --> 00:39:48,818 alzheimer's, the mptf offered her a caring and loving home for 466 00:39:48,854 --> 00:39:51,054 her final years, as well as her last sweet romance. 467 00:39:51,089 --> 00:39:53,890 Today, over 250 residents call the wasserman campus their home, 468 00:39:53,925 --> 00:39:57,727 their ages ranging from over 60 to nearly 100. 469 00:39:57,763 --> 00:40:01,464 These glorious people hold the history of film and television 470 00:40:01,500 --> 00:40:04,401 in their stories and experiences. 471 00:40:04,436 --> 00:40:07,370 Keeping these residents safe during covid, seeing to their 472 00:40:07,406 --> 00:40:11,374 health needs, keeping them socially distanced and socially 473 00:40:11,410 --> 00:40:13,376 connected was an overwhelming challenge. 474 00:40:13,412 --> 00:40:15,512 But the mptf staff and volunteers never left their 475 00:40:15,547 --> 00:40:18,314 side. Often sacrificing time with 476 00:40:18,350 --> 00:40:23,753 their own families to take care of the residents. 477 00:40:23,789 --> 00:40:24,621 Quite simply, they are our heroes, working beyond the call 478 00:40:24,656 --> 00:40:32,095 of duty. [ applause ] 479 00:40:32,130 --> 00:40:36,766 it's the 100th anniversary of the mptf and we have with us 480 00:40:36,802 --> 00:40:40,170 70 of those vaccinated health care and social workers whose 481 00:40:40,205 --> 00:40:43,039 compassion compelled them to step up and take action to help 482 00:40:43,074 --> 00:40:52,615 those in need. It is with infinite gratitude 483 00:40:52,651 --> 00:40:57,787 and great pride, that we honor them tonight. 484 00:40:57,823 --> 00:41:01,257 Bob beitcher, here to accept this year's jean hersholt 485 00:41:01,293 --> 00:41:03,026 humanitarian award. ♪ 486 00:41:03,061 --> 00:41:19,442 [ cheers and applause ] >> bryan, thank you for those 487 00:41:19,478 --> 00:41:21,911 kind words. They mean so much to us, coming 488 00:41:21,947 --> 00:41:25,181 from a member of our mptf family. 489 00:41:25,217 --> 00:41:29,319 Jennifer, norma, and I want to express our gratitude to 490 00:41:29,354 --> 00:41:34,791 david rubin, dawn hudson, and the academy board of governors 491 00:41:34,826 --> 00:41:38,628 for recognizing the fund tonight with this very special honor. 492 00:41:38,663 --> 00:41:40,363 Especially since this is the first time the award has gone to 493 00:41:40,398 --> 00:41:48,204 an organization. Thank you to our boards, who 494 00:41:48,240 --> 00:41:51,174 have guided and supported us over the years. 495 00:41:51,209 --> 00:41:54,878 Your kind words during the pandemic were cherished. 496 00:41:54,913 --> 00:42:02,819 Much appreciation to the small and large donors who 497 00:42:02,854 --> 00:42:04,954 sustain our charity and to our volunteers who are so essential 498 00:42:04,990 --> 00:42:10,159 to our mission. Here's to the tens of thousands 499 00:42:10,195 --> 00:42:15,765 of freelance workers in our entertainment community. 500 00:42:15,800 --> 00:42:17,000 Those in front of and behind the camera. 501 00:42:17,035 --> 00:42:18,868 They are the heartbeat of our industry and for 100 years mptf 502 00:42:18,904 --> 00:42:23,840 has been their safety net of support. 503 00:42:23,875 --> 00:42:32,315 This year alone, mptf connected with our industry workforce over 504 00:42:32,350 --> 00:42:34,817 40,000 times. Thank you to the residents of 505 00:42:34,853 --> 00:42:38,955 the iconic motion picture home. They've had a very rough 506 00:42:38,990 --> 00:42:45,929 12 months of social isolation. Tonight, they're all together, 507 00:42:45,964 --> 00:42:55,271 but socially distanced and watching the oscars. 508 00:42:55,307 --> 00:43:00,944 To norma and jennifer, and to the rest of our mptf work 509 00:43:00,979 --> 00:43:04,347 family. On the front line during the 510 00:43:04,382 --> 00:43:05,481 pandemic. The social workers, nurses, 511 00:43:05,517 --> 00:43:11,621 doctors, housekeepers, activity staff, food servers, 512 00:43:11,656 --> 00:43:18,561 fundraisers, I.T. Techs, producers, hr professionals, 513 00:43:18,597 --> 00:43:21,264 chaplains, cooks, and land landscapers, they are our 514 00:43:21,299 --> 00:43:25,568 industry's superheroes of 2020. This award is for them and the 515 00:43:25,604 --> 00:43:30,940 tens of thousands of others who have worked at mptf over the 516 00:43:30,976 --> 00:43:40,950 past 100 years. It's the honor of a lifetime for 517 00:43:40,986 --> 00:43:45,521 us to work together and to receive this award. 518 00:43:45,557 --> 00:43:51,461 We truly take care of our own. And to jean hersholt, our 519 00:43:51,496 --> 00:43:59,569 president at mptf for 18 years, we're bringing you home tonight. 520 00:43:59,604 --> 00:44:09,012 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 521 00:44:09,047 --> 00:44:14,917 >> last year in this very theater, history was made when, 522 00:44:14,953 --> 00:44:23,192 for the first time, a non english language film swept the 523 00:44:23,228 --> 00:44:24,227 awards. Winning best picture, along with 524 00:44:24,262 --> 00:44:26,596 best screenplay, best international film and best 525 00:44:26,631 --> 00:44:29,432 director. Presenting the academy award for 526 00:44:29,467 --> 00:44:32,635 directing, bong joon ho from dolby cinema in seoul. 527 00:44:45,884 --> 00:45:00,063 [ speaking foreign language ] >> translator: What is 528 00:45:00,098 --> 00:45:02,165 directing? I'm a director myself, but I 529 00:45:02,200 --> 00:45:06,869 don't know what to say. It's hard to answer with a 530 00:45:06,905 --> 00:45:08,805 straight face. A bit cringy as well. 531 00:45:08,840 --> 00:45:12,842 It's difficult to give a short answer. 532 00:45:14,646 --> 00:45:27,490 [ speaking foreign language ] >> translator: When I get asked 533 00:45:27,525 --> 00:45:32,428 this question during an interview, I don't want to 534 00:45:32,464 --> 00:45:34,931 answer. But this time, I asked this 535 00:45:34,966 --> 00:45:37,900 question to the five directors nominated tonight. 536 00:45:39,204 --> 00:45:45,875 [ speaking foreign language ] >> translator: The question was, 537 00:45:45,910 --> 00:45:49,412 if you have to explain to a random kid on the street what 538 00:45:49,447 --> 00:45:58,421 directing is in 20 seconds, what would you say? 539 00:45:58,456 --> 00:46:01,190 [ speaking foreign language ] >> translator: The five 540 00:46:01,226 --> 00:46:04,694 directors all sent their replies. 541 00:46:04,729 --> 00:47:43,759 The replies were very personal. >> and the oscar goes to -- 542 00:47:43,795 --> 00:47:52,401 chloe zhao, "nomadland." [ cheers and applause ] 543 00:47:52,437 --> 00:48:08,217 ♪ >> oh, man. 544 00:48:08,253 --> 00:48:10,620 Thank you, thank you to the academy. 545 00:48:10,655 --> 00:48:16,158 Thank you to my brilliant, brilliant nominees, fellow 546 00:48:16,194 --> 00:48:19,328 nominees, thank you. My entire "nomadland" company. 547 00:48:19,364 --> 00:48:24,200 What a crazy once in a lifetime journey we went on. 548 00:48:24,235 --> 00:48:27,069 Thank you so much. I'm so grateful to you. 549 00:48:27,105 --> 00:48:31,173 I have been thinking a lot lately of how I keep going when 550 00:48:31,209 --> 00:48:36,946 things get hard. And I think it goes back to 551 00:48:36,981 --> 00:48:39,448 something I learned when I was a kid. 552 00:48:39,484 --> 00:48:45,488 When I was growing up in china, my dad and I would play this 553 00:48:45,523 --> 00:48:47,790 game. We would memorize classic 554 00:48:47,825 --> 00:48:54,463 chinese poems and texts, and we would recite them together. 555 00:48:54,499 --> 00:48:59,602 And there was one I remember, it's called "the three character 556 00:48:59,637 --> 00:49:08,077 classics." and the first phrase goes -- 557 00:49:08,112 --> 00:49:10,947 [ speaking foreign language ] people at birth are inherently 558 00:49:10,982 --> 00:49:15,051 good. And those six letters had such a 559 00:49:15,086 --> 00:49:19,121 great impact on me when I was a kid. 560 00:49:19,157 --> 00:49:20,890 And I still truly believe them today. 561 00:49:20,925 --> 00:49:27,029 Even though sometimes it may seem like the opposite is true. 562 00:49:27,065 --> 00:49:28,698 But I have always found goodness in the people I met. 563 00:49:28,733 --> 00:49:37,506 Everywhere I went in the world. So this is for anyone who has 564 00:49:37,542 --> 00:49:41,477 the faith and the courage to hold on to the goodness in 565 00:49:41,512 --> 00:49:43,713 themselves. And to hold on to the goodness 566 00:49:43,748 --> 00:49:46,515 in each other. No matter how difficult it is to 567 00:49:46,551 --> 00:49:49,385 do that. And this is for you, you inspire 568 00:49:49,420 --> 00:49:53,356 me to keep going. Thank you. 569 00:49:53,391 --> 00:49:54,090 Thank you. [ cheers and applause ] 570 00:49:54,125 --> 00:50:03,099 ♪ >> I'll keep saying it's the 571 00:50:03,134 --> 00:50:06,168 oscars on abc until they tell me not to. 572 00:50:06,204 --> 00:50:07,370 Next up, riz ahmed gives out two oscars. 573 00:50:07,405 --> 00:50:18,581 Stay with us. ♪ 574 00:50:22,253 --> 00:50:28,257 [ cheers and applause ] >>> welcome back to the oscars. 575 00:50:28,292 --> 00:50:29,959 And now, here's a nominee tonight for best actor, riz 576 00:50:29,994 --> 00:50:33,029 ahmed. [ cheers and applause ] 577 00:50:33,064 --> 00:50:41,237 >> thank you. So in a year when half of us 578 00:50:41,272 --> 00:50:44,240 forgot to unmute ourselves, we were all reminded about the 579 00:50:44,275 --> 00:50:51,213 importance of sound. But we tell people to go and see 580 00:50:51,249 --> 00:51:00,790 a movie, but the best ones are the ones we feel, right here. 581 00:51:00,825 --> 00:51:01,924 I had the opportunity to learn american sign language for my 582 00:51:01,959 --> 00:51:09,432 role in "sound of metal," and what a learned is that 583 00:51:09,467 --> 00:51:13,936 communication is something we do with our entire bodies. 584 00:51:13,971 --> 00:51:19,375 And the nominees tonight struck us at our core. 585 00:51:19,410 --> 00:51:23,879 Here are the nominees for achievement in sound. 586 00:51:23,915 --> 00:51:25,481 “greyhound” warren shaw, michael minkler, beau borders, 587 00:51:25,516 --> 00:51:35,524 and david wyman. “mank” ren klyce, jeremy molod, 588 00:51:35,560 --> 00:51:39,995 david parker, nathan nance, and drew kunin. 589 00:51:40,031 --> 00:51:44,266 “news of the world” oliver tarney, mike prestwood smith, 590 00:51:44,302 --> 00:51:49,839 william miller, and john pritchett. 591 00:51:49,874 --> 00:51:56,145 “soul” ren klyce, coya elliott, and david parker. 592 00:51:56,180 --> 00:52:02,084 “sound of metal” nicolas becker, jaime baksht, michellee 593 00:52:02,120 --> 00:52:06,388 couttolenc, carlos corés, and phillip bladh. 594 00:52:06,424 --> 00:52:16,499 And the oscar goes to -- “sound of metal” nicolas 595 00:52:16,534 --> 00:52:19,735 becker, jaime baksht, michellee couttolenc, carlos corés, and 596 00:52:19,770 --> 00:52:22,738 phillip bladh. [ cheers and applause ] 597 00:52:22,773 --> 00:52:41,157 ♪ ♪ 598 00:52:47,832 --> 00:52:55,437 >> so thank you so much for the academy, for recognizing this 599 00:52:55,473 --> 00:52:57,740 wonderful film. I'm sorry, my english is not 600 00:52:57,775 --> 00:53:01,844 very good. So I'm going to read a bit 601 00:53:01,879 --> 00:53:05,080 because I don't want to make problems. 602 00:53:05,116 --> 00:53:09,852 Thank you for recognizing this wonderful film. 603 00:53:09,887 --> 00:53:21,597 No, thank you, sasha, riz, and others for your amazing 604 00:53:21,632 --> 00:53:28,237 performances. For your creativity, and 605 00:53:28,272 --> 00:53:41,517 carolina for your brilliance. On behalf of all of us, I thank 606 00:53:41,552 --> 00:53:51,126 you -- we are five on the team. That's why it's a bit long. 607 00:53:51,162 --> 00:53:55,097 Now I would like to say something more personal. 608 00:53:55,132 --> 00:54:01,937 Fellini once said, in the history of cinema, beyond styles 609 00:54:01,973 --> 00:54:04,006 and techniques is the human vitality. 610 00:54:04,041 --> 00:54:09,111 Whoever enjoys it receives a charge of energy, something 611 00:54:09,146 --> 00:54:14,984 mysterious and vibrant. "sound of metal" received from 612 00:54:15,019 --> 00:54:17,419 its team so much care, love, and attention. 613 00:54:17,455 --> 00:54:22,358 So much energy that we believe it's one of the reasons the film 614 00:54:22,393 --> 00:54:23,292 has been received so beautifully. 615 00:54:23,327 --> 00:54:27,229 So thank you for that. Thank you very much. 616 00:54:27,265 --> 00:54:38,173 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 617 00:54:44,882 --> 00:54:48,751 >> now, before I announce the nominees for best live action 618 00:54:48,786 --> 00:54:52,721 short, I've got a question for all the nominees here. 619 00:54:52,757 --> 00:55:00,229 How many of you started off your career working as cast or crew 620 00:55:00,264 --> 00:55:03,098 on a short film? I'm noticing some people go 621 00:55:03,134 --> 00:55:06,468 straight to the top. Exactly. 622 00:55:06,504 --> 00:55:09,104 You can always be sure the category for best live action 623 00:55:09,140 --> 00:55:21,717 short will showcase some of tomorrow's great filmmakers. 624 00:55:21,752 --> 00:55:27,356 If feature films are novels, short films are like poems. 625 00:55:27,391 --> 00:55:31,894 They have less space to work with, but they have a big 626 00:55:31,929 --> 00:55:33,829 impact. Here are the nominees for best 627 00:55:33,864 --> 00:55:37,333 live action short film. “feeling through” doug roland 628 00:55:37,368 --> 00:55:44,606 and susan ruzenski. [ applause ] 629 00:55:44,642 --> 00:55:48,310 “the letter” elvira lind and sofia sondervan. 630 00:55:48,346 --> 00:55:56,585 [ applause ] “the present” farah nabulsi and 631 00:55:56,620 --> 00:55:59,988 ossama bawardi. [ applause ] 632 00:56:00,024 --> 00:56:02,658 “two distant strangers” travon free and martin desmond roe. 633 00:56:02,693 --> 00:56:09,998 [ applause ] “white eye” tomer shushan and 634 00:56:10,034 --> 00:56:16,305 shira hochman. [ applause ] 635 00:56:16,340 --> 00:56:22,578 and the oscar goes to -- “two distant strangers” travon 636 00:56:22,613 --> 00:56:26,348 free and martin desmond roe. ♪ 637 00:56:26,384 --> 00:56:42,464 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 638 00:56:42,500 --> 00:56:54,376 >> oh, my god. Oh, god is so good. 639 00:56:54,412 --> 00:56:59,815 Oh. Today, the police will kill 640 00:56:59,850 --> 00:57:02,317 three people. And tomorrow, the police will 641 00:57:02,353 --> 00:57:05,320 kill three people. And the day after that, the 642 00:57:05,356 --> 00:57:10,492 police will kill three people. Because on average, the police 643 00:57:10,528 --> 00:57:14,263 in america every day kill three people. 644 00:57:14,298 --> 00:57:18,434 Which amounts to about 1,000 people a year. 645 00:57:18,469 --> 00:57:27,075 And those people happen to be dispro 646 00:57:27,111 --> 00:57:30,112 dispro disproportionately black people. 647 00:57:30,147 --> 00:57:33,782 I just ask that you please not be indifferent. 648 00:57:33,818 --> 00:57:38,086 Please don't be indifferent to our pain. 649 00:57:38,122 --> 00:57:42,858 >> we'd like to thank netflix for giving our short film a 650 00:57:42,893 --> 00:57:47,629 chance to be seen by the world. We'd like to thank the academy. 651 00:57:47,665 --> 00:57:55,971 We'd like to thank joey and others for bringing our short 652 00:57:56,006 --> 00:58:03,479 film to life. And lawrence, sean, jesse, van, 653 00:58:03,514 --> 00:58:06,682 nicki, and nick for making this dream a reality. 654 00:58:06,717 --> 00:58:15,057 >> and I want to thank tony. My mom, and zaria, happy 655 00:58:15,092 --> 00:58:17,826 birthday. I love you. 656 00:58:17,862 --> 00:58:21,930 >> and my mom and brother. Love you. 657 00:58:21,966 --> 00:58:29,938 Thank you all. >> I swear, we're running on 658 00:58:29,974 --> 00:58:32,508 time. Next, we've got reese 659 00:58:32,543 --> 00:58:34,209 witherspoon presenting best animated feature. 660 00:58:34,245 --> 00:58:34,776 This is the oscars on abc. ♪ 661 00:58:40,518 --> 00:58:42,951 >>> welcome back. And now, here is academy award 662 00:58:42,987 --> 00:58:50,225 winner reese witherspoon. [ applause ] 663 00:58:50,261 --> 00:58:52,628 >> the nominees for best animated short prove that while 664 00:58:52,663 --> 00:58:56,698 you may end up working in animation, your inspiration can 665 00:58:56,734 --> 00:59:06,108 come from all sorts of places. Adrien merigeau's very first 666 00:59:06,143 --> 00:59:07,543 favorite film was "hedgehog in the fog" and amaury ovise's 667 00:59:07,578 --> 00:59:17,719 favorite line, "are you talking to me?" 668 00:59:17,755 --> 00:59:19,021 from "taxi driver," do I sound like him? 669 00:59:19,056 --> 00:59:20,656 Fueled the movie love that inspired them to make "genius 670 00:59:20,691 --> 00:59:21,924 loci." "yes-people's" arnar gunnarsson 671 00:59:21,959 --> 00:59:23,926 and ísli darri halldorsson's love affair with animation began 672 00:59:23,961 --> 00:59:28,897 with "star wars." the force is very strong with 673 00:59:28,933 --> 00:59:30,032 those two. Erick oh spent hours and hours 674 00:59:30,067 --> 00:59:32,100 watching films by legendary animation director miyazaki 675 00:59:32,136 --> 00:59:34,603 hayao. Those hours inspired him to 676 00:59:34,638 --> 00:59:40,309 create the film "opera." madeline sharafian is a huge fan 677 00:59:40,344 --> 00:59:42,978 of wes anderson films. And her partner, michael 678 00:59:43,013 --> 00:59:45,514 capbarat is a huge fan of a large coke and a small popcorn. 679 00:59:45,549 --> 00:59:51,320 Both helped to fuel them to create their film "burrow." 680 00:59:51,355 --> 00:59:53,388 michael govier's favorite film at 12 years old was "citizen 681 00:59:53,424 --> 00:59:59,528 kane." really, 12 years old? 682 00:59:59,563 --> 01:00:10,205 That's very intense. Will mccormac's favorite film 683 01:00:10,240 --> 01:00:14,443 was -- and his favorite movie snack was the unique combination 684 01:00:14,478 --> 01:00:21,249 of pouring milk duds into his small popcorn, which sounds 685 01:00:21,285 --> 01:00:22,284 delicious. They both worked together to 686 01:00:22,319 --> 01:00:23,719 give us "if anything happens I love you." 687 01:00:23,754 --> 01:00:31,760 and so the oscar for best animated short film goes to -- 688 01:00:31,795 --> 01:00:41,737 "if anything happens I love yo 689 01:00:41,772 --> 01:00:46,842 you." will mccormac and michael 690 01:00:46,877 --> 01:00:51,079 govier. ♪ 691 01:00:51,115 --> 01:01:00,255 [ cheers and applause ] >> I never thought I would get 692 01:01:00,290 --> 01:01:04,860 to say this. Thank you to the academy. 693 01:01:04,895 --> 01:01:12,934 I just want to thank -- just thank you to everyone who opened 694 01:01:12,970 --> 01:01:14,503 their hearts and watched our film. 695 01:01:14,538 --> 01:01:22,711 It means so much to us. Mary ann, you were the heart of 696 01:01:22,746 --> 01:01:34,723 our film. Laura, jamie, lindsay marcus, 697 01:01:34,758 --> 01:01:40,062 your sublime music. We were so lucky to work with 698 01:01:40,097 --> 01:01:42,097 all of you. That's how big our team was. 699 01:01:42,132 --> 01:01:47,235 I would like to thank my parents, my wife, I love you. 700 01:01:47,271 --> 01:01:58,180 Thank you to rashida jones, melissa cobb, greg taylor. 701 01:01:58,215 --> 01:02:06,254 Wolf, noel, sophie, mom and dad for telling me I could do 702 01:02:06,290 --> 01:02:09,324 anything I believed in. My wife and son. 703 01:02:09,359 --> 01:02:14,262 We dedicate this film to all those who have lost loved ones 704 01:02:14,298 --> 01:02:19,568 to gun violence. We deserved better than to live 705 01:02:19,603 --> 01:02:25,107 in a country where more than 100 people die by gun violence every 706 01:02:25,142 --> 01:02:27,843 single day. We must and will do better. 707 01:02:27,878 --> 01:02:31,747 Thank you. >> thank you! 708 01:02:31,782 --> 01:02:36,051 ♪ [ applause ] 709 01:02:41,825 --> 01:02:43,058 >> so you've just heard why our nominees for animated shorts 710 01:02:43,093 --> 01:02:49,998 fell in love with animation. Me? 711 01:02:50,033 --> 01:03:02,911 I fell in love with them when my mother took me to "the secret of 712 01:03:02,946 --> 01:03:05,113 nimh." it was my first experience 713 01:03:05,149 --> 01:03:09,184 seeing a strong woman at the center of a film. 714 01:03:09,219 --> 01:03:12,521 And that is the power of really great animation. 715 01:03:12,556 --> 01:03:14,656 It shows you as a child that anything is possible. 716 01:03:14,691 --> 01:03:19,761 That you can change the world, even if you're as small as a 717 01:03:19,797 --> 01:03:22,898 mouse. Tonight, we have nominees with 718 01:03:22,933 --> 01:03:27,369 us in person, but we want to say a special hello to those joining 719 01:03:27,404 --> 01:03:33,008 us from london and ireland. [ applause ] 720 01:03:33,043 --> 01:03:35,811 here are the nominees for best animated feature. 721 01:03:35,846 --> 01:03:45,387 "onward." >> say hi to dad for me. 722 01:03:45,422 --> 01:03:49,291 >> no. You go and say good-bye. 723 01:03:49,326 --> 01:03:51,126 >> what? >> I had someone who looked out 724 01:03:51,161 --> 01:03:52,194 for me. Someone who pushed me to be more 725 01:03:52,229 --> 01:03:58,033 than I ever thought I could be. I never had a dad. 726 01:03:58,068 --> 01:04:11,880 But I always had you. >> "over the moon." 727 01:04:11,915 --> 01:04:18,220 ♪ could I discover a way to break through what would a girl 728 01:04:18,255 --> 01:04:28,230 like me possibly do ♪ ♪ oh how I want to fly away I'm 729 01:04:28,265 --> 01:04:33,168 coming to you fly away ♪ ♪ I will prove it to you I'll be 730 01:04:33,203 --> 01:04:36,204 free of all gravity ♪ >> "a shaun the sheep movie: 731 01:04:36,240 --> 01:04:53,755 Farmageddon." ♪ 732 01:04:53,790 --> 01:05:08,803 [ screaming ] >> "soul." 733 01:05:08,839 --> 01:05:24,853 [ applause ] ♪ 734 01:05:26,089 --> 01:05:39,267 ♪ >> "wolfwalkers." 735 01:05:39,303 --> 01:05:46,007 [ applause ] ♪ 736 01:05:46,043 --> 01:05:54,149 ♪ there is no way for you to hide the harvest moon is 737 01:05:54,184 --> 01:05:56,985 shining ♪ ♪ I'm running with the wolves 738 01:05:57,020 --> 01:06:06,561 tonight I'm running with the wolves tonight ♪ 739 01:06:06,596 --> 01:06:09,431 [ applause ] >> and the oscar for best 740 01:06:09,466 --> 01:06:19,541 animated feature goes to -- "soul." 741 01:06:19,576 --> 01:06:31,519 ♪ [ cheers and applause ] 742 01:06:31,555 --> 01:06:33,822 >> wow. Okay. 743 01:06:33,857 --> 01:06:44,933 I've been nominated to speak on behalf of the co-directors. 744 01:06:44,968 --> 01:06:49,270 We had no idea what jazz could teach us about life. 745 01:06:49,306 --> 01:06:53,208 Like a jazz musician, we can turn whatever happens into 746 01:06:53,243 --> 01:06:54,476 something of value and something of beauty. 747 01:06:54,511 --> 01:07:02,650 That was certainly true of our amazing cast, jamie foxx, tina 748 01:07:02,686 --> 01:07:04,819 fey. Our brilliant collaborators, 749 01:07:04,855 --> 01:07:20,735 trent and atticus, jean batiste, our cultural consultants, dr. 750 01:07:20,771 --> 01:07:22,370 Jinetta cole. We're thankful to our partners 751 01:07:22,406 --> 01:07:28,510 at disney, when we said, we want to do a film that explores the 752 01:07:28,545 --> 01:07:32,480 purpose of life, they said, okay, go ahead. 753 01:07:32,516 --> 01:07:35,150 And of course to our family, dana wants to thank -- 754 01:07:35,185 --> 01:07:39,220 >> my amazing husband, my parents, I'm here because of 755 01:07:39,256 --> 01:07:40,755 you. I love you so much. 756 01:07:40,791 --> 01:07:44,993 Hazel and murray, my babies at home, you're everything to me. 757 01:07:45,028 --> 01:07:51,232 We have to thank the crew, who made this film and even finished 758 01:07:51,268 --> 01:07:53,001 it from home with seven weeks of production left. 759 01:07:53,036 --> 01:07:57,572 You should be up here with us. And we are just the lucky 760 01:07:57,607 --> 01:07:59,274 speakers. I'm not supposed to be speaking, 761 01:07:59,309 --> 01:08:02,977 actually. >> so our main character joe is 762 01:08:03,013 --> 01:08:10,452 a music teacher. We wanted to thank music and art 763 01:08:10,487 --> 01:08:14,689 teachers everywhere. Including my parents and dana's 764 01:08:14,724 --> 01:08:16,391 parents. You make the world a better 765 01:08:16,426 --> 01:08:18,626 place. And my wish is that we could 766 01:08:18,662 --> 01:08:27,735 follow the example of jazz musi 767 01:08:27,771 --> 01:08:28,670 musicians. Wherever we are, whatever we 768 01:08:28,705 --> 01:08:29,070 have, we turn it into something beautiful. 769 01:08:29,106 --> 01:08:30,205 Thank you. ♪ 770 01:08:30,240 --> 01:08:32,240 [ cheers and applause ] >> fun fact, the oscar weighs 8 771 01:08:32,275 --> 01:08:34,709 1/2 pounds. He maintains that weight on a 772 01:08:34,744 --> 01:08:38,379 steady diet of love and applause. 773 01:08:38,415 --> 01:08:40,982 Coming up, marlee matlin and brad pitt. 774 01:08:41,017 --> 01:08:44,953 It's oscar night on abc. ♪ 775 01:08:53,096 --> 01:08:55,830 >>> we're back at the oscars. And now, please welcome academy 776 01:08:55,866 --> 01:09:03,471 award winner marlee matlin. [ applause ] 777 01:09:03,507 --> 01:09:07,509 >> watching this year's short documentary films, I'm reminded 778 01:09:07,544 --> 01:09:10,411 by how much impact good storytelling can have at any 779 01:09:10,447 --> 01:09:18,953 length. "colette" introduces us to a 780 01:09:18,989 --> 01:09:22,957 90-year-old french resistance fighter, whose then 17-year-old 781 01:09:22,993 --> 01:09:25,927 brother, also in the resistance, was sent to a german 782 01:09:25,962 --> 01:09:33,101 concentration camp by the nazis. “a concerto is a conversatio” 783 01:09:33,136 --> 01:09:38,206 is a gorgeous tribute to a grandfather who made it possible 784 01:09:38,241 --> 01:09:44,946 for his family to dream the biggest of dreams. 785 01:09:44,981 --> 01:09:51,686 “hunger war” takes us inside a clinic in yemen. 786 01:09:51,721 --> 01:09:56,524 The result is as dizzying and as disorienting as war itself. 787 01:09:56,560 --> 01:10:02,463 Embedded inside the hong kong protests for "do not split," the 788 01:10:02,499 --> 01:10:06,834 filmmakers' approach is deeply collaborative. 789 01:10:06,870 --> 01:10:13,007 Sophia nahli allison's experimental documentary "a love 790 01:10:13,043 --> 01:10:16,811 song for latasha," is a meditation on life and joy in 791 01:10:16,846 --> 01:10:24,485 the south central neighborhood where she spent her childhood. 792 01:10:24,521 --> 01:10:38,766 And the academy award for best documentary short goes to -- 793 01:10:38,802 --> 01:10:51,779 “colette” alice doyard. [ applause ] 794 01:10:51,815 --> 01:11:07,328 ♪ [ applause ] 795 01:11:07,364 --> 01:11:13,601 ♪ >> thank you. 796 01:11:13,637 --> 01:11:19,107 To the academy, I hope the actors in the room don't mind 797 01:11:19,142 --> 01:11:22,443 that I have something written down here. 798 01:11:22,479 --> 01:11:26,214 Because there are all different kinds of people in the academy. 799 01:11:26,249 --> 01:11:34,088 Today is collette's birthday. She was born just 22 days before 800 01:11:34,124 --> 01:11:38,226 the very first oscars in 1929. I imagine it must have been a 801 01:11:38,261 --> 01:11:42,363 crowd about this big, right? You know? 802 01:11:42,399 --> 01:11:50,371 When we got nominated, she told us that, or she reminded us that 803 01:11:50,407 --> 01:11:54,842 the power of documentary filmmaking ensured that her 804 01:11:54,878 --> 01:11:59,747 brother, jean-pierre, was no longer lost in the night and fog 805 01:11:59,783 --> 01:12:01,582 of the nazi concentration camp system. 806 01:12:01,618 --> 01:12:07,789 And I want to say, I think it's the -- that same power of the 807 01:12:07,824 --> 01:12:15,363 documentary storytelling that is going to ensure that the memory, 808 01:12:15,398 --> 01:12:25,006 carriage, and resilience of latasha, horace, the innocent 809 01:12:25,041 --> 01:12:31,279 children of yemen, and the protesters in hong kong are not 810 01:12:31,314 --> 01:12:36,317 forgotten. That's why we make these films. 811 01:12:36,353 --> 01:12:37,652 So thank you. We're grateful that these 812 01:12:37,687 --> 01:12:41,155 stories and individuals have been honored tonight. 813 01:12:41,191 --> 01:12:47,929 And I also would just like to thank colette, I want to thank 814 01:12:47,964 --> 01:12:54,669 our amazing ep, peter, at electronic arts. 815 01:12:54,704 --> 01:13:01,209 Everyone at electronic arts, vince, dusty, laura, our 816 01:13:01,244 --> 01:13:04,112 producers, annie and aaron, thank you so much. 817 01:13:04,147 --> 01:13:12,620 To the guardians, charlie phillips, jess gormley, and 818 01:13:12,655 --> 01:13:16,491 lindsay pulton. We share this award with you. 819 01:13:16,526 --> 01:13:22,597 >> and I just add something, this award is a tribute, and 820 01:13:22,632 --> 01:13:27,101 this film is a tribute to women everywhere in the world of any 821 01:13:27,137 --> 01:13:35,209 ages, that -- who are joining hands and fight for justice. 822 01:13:35,245 --> 01:13:35,777 [ speaking foreign language ] >> thank you. 823 01:13:35,812 --> 01:13:38,846 Thank you. [ applause ] 824 01:13:38,882 --> 01:13:53,294 ♪ >> one of tonight's documentary 825 01:13:53,329 --> 01:13:56,197 feature nominees, alexander manuela, calls his approach 826 01:13:56,232 --> 01:14:01,569 observational storytelling, which seems like a really good 827 01:14:01,604 --> 01:14:04,439 definition of what a documentary should be. 828 01:14:04,474 --> 01:14:13,948 Their impact can be extraordinary, whether it's a 829 01:14:13,983 --> 01:14:15,149 full length feature film, or a cell phone video taken by a 830 01:14:15,185 --> 01:14:19,687 young woman in minneapolis by the name of darnella frazier 831 01:14:19,722 --> 01:14:23,991 that became the catalyst for change. 832 01:14:24,027 --> 01:14:31,899 Here are the nominees for documentary feature. 833 01:14:31,935 --> 01:14:35,837 >>“collective” alexander nanau and bianca oana. 834 01:15:00,029 --> 01:15:05,399 >>“crip camp” nicole newnham, jim lebrecht, and sara bolder. 835 01:15:05,435 --> 01:15:16,377 >> we will no longer allow the government to oppress disabled 836 01:15:16,412 --> 01:15:18,179 individuals. We want no more segregation. 837 01:15:18,214 --> 01:15:21,749 We will accept no more discussion of segregation. 838 01:15:21,784 --> 01:15:27,488 And I would appreciate it if you would stop shaking your head in 839 01:15:27,524 --> 01:15:30,958 agreement if you don't understand what we're talking 840 01:15:30,994 --> 01:15:32,226 about. [ applause ] 841 01:15:32,262 --> 01:15:36,297 >>“the mole agent” maite alberdi and marcela santiáñez. 842 01:15:56,853 --> 01:15:59,153 >>“my octopus teacher” pippa ehrlich, james reed, and craig 843 01:15:59,188 --> 01:16:05,626 foster. >> and then it just happens. 844 01:16:05,662 --> 01:16:22,176 I put my hand out a tiny bit. ♪ 845 01:16:25,014 --> 01:16:29,083 >>“time” garrett bradley, lauren domino, and kellen quinn. 846 01:16:29,118 --> 01:16:35,723 >> time is when you look at pictures from when your babies 847 01:16:35,758 --> 01:16:38,726 were small. And then you look at them and 848 01:16:38,761 --> 01:16:42,496 you see that they have mustaches and beards. 849 01:16:42,532 --> 01:16:48,002 And that the biggest hope that you had was that before they 850 01:16:48,037 --> 01:16:51,372 turned into men they would have a chance to be with their 851 01:16:51,407 --> 01:16:59,981 father. [ applause ] 852 01:17:00,016 --> 01:17:12,860 >> and the oscar goes to -- “my octopus teacher” pippa 853 01:17:12,895 --> 01:17:16,230 ehrlich, james reed, and craig foster. 854 01:17:16,265 --> 01:17:29,110 ♪ [ cheers and applause ] 855 01:17:30,813 --> 01:17:47,395 [ applause ] ♪ 856 01:17:53,569 --> 01:18:00,274 >> thank you to the academy. And thank you to all of our 857 01:18:00,309 --> 01:18:03,210 incredible nominees who spent so many years and I presume a lot 858 01:18:03,246 --> 01:18:07,181 of tears making beautiful and important films and bringing 859 01:18:07,216 --> 01:18:15,956 them into the world. I'd like to thank craig foster 860 01:18:15,992 --> 01:18:22,196 and his family. Especially tom, who opened their 861 01:18:22,231 --> 01:18:27,835 hearts and supported us every step of the way, and fed us and 862 01:18:27,870 --> 01:18:32,139 allowed their home to become a production company for three 863 01:18:32,175 --> 01:18:33,874 years. I want to thank our production 864 01:18:33,910 --> 01:18:38,879 partners at off the fence, especially ellen and sam. 865 01:18:38,915 --> 01:18:44,218 Who believed in this film before it was anything. 866 01:18:44,253 --> 01:18:48,322 We want to thank netflix for enabling us to share our story 867 01:18:48,357 --> 01:18:56,697 with the world. And then our incredible octopus 868 01:18:56,733 --> 01:19:04,505 teams, whose arms stretch across the planet. 869 01:19:04,540 --> 01:19:11,645 Roger and warren, for beautiful cinematography. 870 01:19:11,681 --> 01:19:14,014 Dan for incredible patience in editing. 871 01:19:14,050 --> 01:19:18,986 Kevin, barry, kyle, and all the people at the refinery. 872 01:19:19,021 --> 01:19:25,259 And the incredible sea change project, who has been supporting 873 01:19:25,294 --> 01:19:35,336 us and caring so much for the great african sea forest, where 874 01:19:35,371 --> 01:19:39,774 the octopus lived. And our friends and family who 875 01:19:39,809 --> 01:19:45,646 put up with years and years of tunnel vision. 876 01:19:45,681 --> 01:19:50,451 We know there are many south africans awake in the middle of 877 01:19:50,486 --> 01:19:59,727 the night to watch this. And it's a tiny story that 878 01:19:59,762 --> 01:20:12,506 played out in a sea forest in south africa, but -- yeah. 879 01:20:12,542 --> 01:20:16,443 >> thank you. And you covered it very well, 880 01:20:16,479 --> 01:20:22,683 pippa. It's a great and totally 881 01:20:22,718 --> 01:20:23,617 overwhelming, an honor to be here. 882 01:20:23,653 --> 01:20:24,819 Thank you so much to the academy. 883 01:20:24,854 --> 01:20:28,622 And all the incredible films that were in our category. 884 01:20:28,658 --> 01:20:32,493 It's really humbling and amazing. 885 01:20:32,528 --> 01:20:37,565 I'd also like to thank my family, rosie, and isabelle, and 886 01:20:37,600 --> 01:20:41,936 my mom and two sisters, jenny and janice. 887 01:20:41,971 --> 01:20:45,306 And I don't think I'd be here today without their sort of 888 01:20:45,341 --> 01:20:49,143 level of love and support. So thank you very much. 889 01:20:49,178 --> 01:20:56,617 And I think the final extra thank you for craig, who while 890 01:20:56,652 --> 01:21:00,688 it was such an enormous team making the film in the end, it's 891 01:21:00,723 --> 01:21:03,490 his story and it began and ended with him. 892 01:21:03,526 --> 01:21:15,636 He kind of showed us, if a man can form a friendship with an 893 01:21:15,671 --> 01:21:18,639 octopus, it makes you wonder what else is possible. 894 01:21:18,674 --> 01:21:23,944 Thank you everyone, and cheers. [ applause ] 895 01:21:23,980 --> 01:21:24,979 ♪ >> I promise I wasn't lying 896 01:21:25,014 --> 01:21:25,946 about brad pitt. He's presenting the award for 897 01:21:25,982 --> 01:21:29,450 best supporting actress next. Don't go away. 898 01:21:29,485 --> 01:21:37,725 It's the oscars, only on abc. ♪ 899 01:21:43,532 --> 01:21:45,933 [ cheers and applause ] >>> and now, please welcome a 900 01:21:45,968 --> 01:21:51,438 nominee for best actor, steven yeun. 901 01:21:51,474 --> 01:21:59,346 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 902 01:21:59,382 --> 01:22:07,454 >> great visual effects can completely change a film's 903 01:22:07,490 --> 01:22:13,294 experience. When I was 7, my mother took me 904 01:22:13,329 --> 01:22:24,805 to see "terminator 2." we saw the t-1000 get blown 905 01:22:24,840 --> 01:22:29,376 apart, and I remember trying to see if it was okay for me to 906 01:22:29,412 --> 01:22:36,150 watch, and my mom playing it cool as if she meant to bring me 907 01:22:36,185 --> 01:22:40,454 to the movie. But maybe she revelled in a fact 908 01:22:40,489 --> 01:22:46,660 that she got to see a badass mom duke it out with robots with her 909 01:22:46,696 --> 01:22:49,229 son in 1991. The way that the technology and 910 01:22:49,265 --> 01:22:50,597 the expertise in visual effects has advanced in the 31 years 911 01:22:50,633 --> 01:22:52,466 since "t2" is staggering. They have become the key element 912 01:22:52,501 --> 01:22:53,667 in many of the biggest films in cinema history. 913 01:22:53,703 --> 01:22:56,637 And with each year, those who are the best in the world top 914 01:22:56,672 --> 01:22:59,673 even themselves, and take the art to another level. 915 01:22:59,709 --> 01:23:04,979 Like this year's nominees. "love and monsters." 916 01:23:05,014 --> 01:23:10,884 matt sloan, genevieve camilleri, matt everitt, and brian cox. 917 01:23:10,920 --> 01:23:13,354 "the midnight sky." matthew kasmir, 918 01:23:13,389 --> 01:23:18,459 christopher lawrence, max solomon, and david watkins. 919 01:23:18,494 --> 01:23:21,495 [ applause ] "mulan." 920 01:23:21,530 --> 01:23:25,332 sean faden, anders langlands, seth maury, and steve ingram. 921 01:23:25,368 --> 01:23:28,335 [ applause ] "the one and only ivan." 922 01:23:28,371 --> 01:23:32,439 nick davis, greg fisher, ben jones, and 923 01:23:32,475 --> 01:23:35,943 santiago colomo martinez. [ applause ] 924 01:23:35,978 --> 01:23:39,613 "tenet." andrew jackson, david lee, 925 01:23:39,648 --> 01:23:42,850 andrew lockley, and scott fisher. 926 01:23:42,885 --> 01:23:50,758 [ applause ] and the oscar goes to -- 927 01:23:50,793 --> 01:23:54,828 "tenet." [ cheers and applause ] 928 01:23:54,864 --> 01:24:08,742 ♪ >> well, all my colleagues are 929 01:24:08,778 --> 01:24:14,581 overseas, unfortunately for them, they have to let me speak. 930 01:24:14,617 --> 01:24:18,585 So this is what you get. It's amazing, amazing. 931 01:24:18,621 --> 01:24:23,357 Our visual effects team on "tenet," there are so many 932 01:24:23,392 --> 01:24:27,227 departments to thank. Not just in our own, but in, you 933 01:24:27,263 --> 01:24:35,669 know, the art department, nathan, the camera department, 934 01:24:35,704 --> 01:24:39,640 and of course our stunt coordinator, george. 935 01:24:39,675 --> 01:24:43,644 But it all goes back to her director, christopher nolan. 936 01:24:43,679 --> 01:24:46,146 He leads us all. And gives us amazing 937 01:24:46,182 --> 01:24:49,249 opportunities to do amazing things. 938 01:24:49,285 --> 01:24:55,756 And I'd like to thank my family, my wife, my amazing crew. 939 01:24:55,791 --> 01:24:59,827 And my father. Who won this same award. 940 01:24:59,862 --> 01:25:02,529 Thank you. [ cheers and applause ] 941 01:25:02,565 --> 01:25:12,206 ♪ ♪ what we've got to say fight 942 01:25:12,241 --> 01:25:13,340 the power ♪ >> and now, here is last year's 943 01:25:13,375 --> 01:25:22,516 winner for best actor in a supporting role, brad pitt. 944 01:25:22,551 --> 01:25:24,218 [ applause ] ♪ 945 01:25:24,253 --> 01:25:30,757 >> my love of movies began at the local drive-in, watching 946 01:25:30,793 --> 01:25:39,133 clint eastwood and godzilla. My nominees for best actor also 947 01:25:39,168 --> 01:25:43,103 fell in love with movies at a young age. 948 01:25:43,139 --> 01:25:45,272 Yuh-jung youn fell in love with the movies through the work of 949 01:25:45,307 --> 01:25:47,174 actresses like maggie smith and directors robert altman and 950 01:25:47,209 --> 01:25:48,775 mike leigh. For amanda seyfried it was the 951 01:25:48,811 --> 01:25:58,752 film version of "romeo and juliet," the leo version. 952 01:25:58,787 --> 01:26:05,025 Me, too. Maria bakalova loved 953 01:26:05,060 --> 01:26:06,493 marilyn monroe. And when maria dreamed about 954 01:26:06,529 --> 01:26:11,298 coming to hollywood, she'd write out, "I'm going to be a great 955 01:26:11,333 --> 01:26:15,569 movie star some day." maria, welcome. 956 01:26:15,604 --> 01:26:17,538 As a young girl olivia colman's family would gather at christmas 957 01:26:17,573 --> 01:26:19,506 time, get some popcorn and watch "the sound of music" and "chitty 958 01:26:19,542 --> 01:26:23,777 chitty bang bang." and the great glenn close was 959 01:26:23,812 --> 01:26:25,712 entranced by classic disney movies like "snow white," 960 01:26:25,748 --> 01:26:31,418 "littlest outlaw," "old yeller." and you ended up being cast as 961 01:26:31,453 --> 01:26:32,653 cruella de vil. The oscar for best supporting 962 01:26:32,688 --> 01:26:44,464 actress goes to -- yuh-jung youn. 963 01:26:44,500 --> 01:26:57,144 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 964 01:26:58,747 --> 01:27:09,523 ♪ >> mr. Brad pitt, finally. 965 01:27:09,558 --> 01:27:17,698 Nice to meet you. Where were you when we were 966 01:27:17,733 --> 01:27:18,865 filming? It's an honor to meet you. 967 01:27:18,901 --> 01:27:27,307 As you know, I'm from korea. And actually my name, most of 968 01:27:27,343 --> 01:27:34,081 you people call me -- and some of them call me -- but tonight, 969 01:27:34,116 --> 01:27:41,622 you are all forgiven. And usually when I'm living in 970 01:27:41,657 --> 01:27:48,195 the other part of the world, I just watch the television. 971 01:27:48,230 --> 01:27:51,698 It's oscar, an event on the television, just watching, like 972 01:27:51,734 --> 01:27:58,672 a television program for us. But me being here, by myself, 973 01:27:58,707 --> 01:28:03,610 this, I cannot believe I'm here. Okay. 974 01:28:03,646 --> 01:28:12,152 Let me pull myself together. Okay. 975 01:28:12,187 --> 01:28:16,123 Thank you for the tremendous, thanks to the academy members 976 01:28:16,158 --> 01:28:20,394 who vote for me. And that's the speech, they 977 01:28:20,429 --> 01:28:31,438 usually say, okay, thank you for the -- wonderful family. 978 01:28:31,473 --> 01:28:37,110 Steven, aisa, noel, we became a family. 979 01:28:37,146 --> 01:28:43,717 And most of all, above all, lee, without him, I couldn't be here 980 01:28:43,752 --> 01:28:53,193 tonight. He was our captain and my 981 01:28:53,228 --> 01:28:54,995 director. So thanks to you. 982 01:28:55,030 --> 01:29:02,636 Tremendous thanks to you. And I'd like to thank -- I don't 983 01:29:02,671 --> 01:29:09,710 believe in competition. How can I win over glenn close? 984 01:29:09,745 --> 01:29:13,513 I've been watching her, so many performances. 985 01:29:13,549 --> 01:29:17,918 So this is just -- all the nominees, five nominees. 986 01:29:17,953 --> 01:29:22,522 We were the winner for the different movie, we play the 987 01:29:22,558 --> 01:29:26,293 different role. So we cannot compete each other. 988 01:29:26,328 --> 01:29:28,795 Tonight, I have just a little bit luck, I think. 989 01:29:28,831 --> 01:29:37,771 I'm luckier than you. And also, maybe is american 990 01:29:37,806 --> 01:29:39,906 hospitality for the korean actor? 991 01:29:39,942 --> 01:29:45,178 I'm not sure. But anyway, thank you so much. 992 01:29:45,214 --> 01:29:48,315 And I'd like to thank to my two boys. 993 01:29:48,350 --> 01:29:57,457 Who made me go out and work. So -- this is the result. 994 01:29:57,493 --> 01:30:05,232 Because mommy worked so hard. And I would like to dedicate 995 01:30:05,267 --> 01:30:09,669 this award for my first director. 996 01:30:09,705 --> 01:30:15,142 Who was very genius director, I made the movie together with 997 01:30:15,177 --> 01:30:17,944 him, first movie. I think he would be very happy 998 01:30:17,980 --> 01:30:24,384 if he was still alive. Thank you very much. 999 01:30:24,420 --> 01:30:25,252 Tremendous thank you for this. Thank you. 1000 01:30:25,287 --> 01:30:34,294 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 1001 01:30:34,329 --> 01:30:39,666 >> nothing says oscars like halle berry, except maybe 1002 01:30:39,701 --> 01:30:41,368 halle berry giving out two oscars. 1003 01:30:41,403 --> 01:30:44,805 That's coming up next. It's the oscars on abc. 1004 01:30:57,820 --> 01:30:59,019 ♪ [ cheers and applause ] 1005 01:30:59,054 --> 01:31:03,123 >>> we're live at the oscars. And now, please welcome academy 1006 01:31:03,158 --> 01:31:09,963 award winner halle berry. [ applause ] 1007 01:31:09,998 --> 01:31:14,768 >> for each of the nominees for best production design, it was a 1008 01:31:14,803 --> 01:31:21,208 dream and journey that wasn't always clear. 1009 01:31:21,243 --> 01:31:23,810 Growing up, kathy lucas loved movies but couldn't quite figure 1010 01:31:23,846 --> 01:31:25,345 out where she fit in making them. 1011 01:31:25,380 --> 01:31:30,684 As a young architecture student, nathan crowley had no idea he 1012 01:31:30,719 --> 01:31:31,918 could ever be a part of the film industry. 1013 01:31:31,954 --> 01:31:33,553 But tonight, they are both nominated for "tenet." 1014 01:31:33,589 --> 01:31:36,356 donald graham burt spent the early part of his career 1015 01:31:36,391 --> 01:31:38,859 sweeping floors as an on-set janitor. 1016 01:31:38,894 --> 01:31:45,665 Jan pascale was a puppet master on "mr. Rogers' neighborhood." 1017 01:31:45,701 --> 01:31:52,739 we recognize their incredible work tonight on "mank." 1018 01:31:52,774 --> 01:31:54,107 and as fate would have it, jan pascale would later hire mark 1019 01:31:54,142 --> 01:31:58,111 ricker as an intern, which put him on the road to making "ma 1020 01:31:58,146 --> 01:32:00,180 rainey's black bottom" alongside brilliant set decorators diana 1021 01:32:00,215 --> 01:32:15,295 stoughton and karen o'hara. Now, I wonder, were you thinking 1022 01:32:15,330 --> 01:32:16,730 about anything when you were getg 1023 01:32:16,765 --> 01:32:19,165 getting jan's coffee? Just a thought. 1024 01:32:19,201 --> 01:32:20,700 Peter francis trained for many years as a landscape architect. 1025 01:32:20,736 --> 01:32:22,602 Cathy featherstone couldn't stop thinking about how to construct 1026 01:32:22,638 --> 01:32:26,773 one-eyed willy's ship after watching "the goonies" as a kid, 1027 01:32:26,808 --> 01:32:30,844 so she started building sets and designing costumes for school 1028 01:32:30,879 --> 01:32:33,680 plays just before she teamed up with peter on "the father." 1029 01:32:33,715 --> 01:32:37,350 and finally, david crank landed in motion picture design after 1030 01:32:37,386 --> 01:32:39,352 working in theater for ten years. 1031 01:32:39,388 --> 01:32:43,156 Elizabeth keenan worked in advertising for 15 years before 1032 01:32:43,191 --> 01:32:48,995 hopping on a plane to the czech republic to secure her first set 1033 01:32:49,031 --> 01:32:50,063 decorating job. They are both nominated tonight 1034 01:32:50,098 --> 01:33:05,278 for "news of the world." and the oscar goes to -- 1035 01:33:05,314 --> 01:33:25,332 "mank." donald graham burt and jan 1036 01:33:25,367 --> 01:33:25,966 pascale. [ cheers and applause ] 1037 01:33:26,001 --> 01:33:36,643 ♪ [ cheers and applause ] 1038 01:33:36,678 --> 01:33:55,495 ♪ >> it's a long way down here. 1039 01:33:55,530 --> 01:34:03,770 First of all, thank you to david fincher, and don burt for 1040 01:34:03,805 --> 01:34:06,239 trusting me with this amazing project. 1041 01:34:06,274 --> 01:34:11,378 I'm just -- it was such an honor to work with such an amazing 1042 01:34:11,413 --> 01:34:15,482 group of people. Thank you to my crew, who worked 1043 01:34:15,517 --> 01:34:18,018 their tails off on this just to make it right. 1044 01:34:18,053 --> 01:34:23,189 And, you know, when I was young, I never realized that this was a 1045 01:34:23,225 --> 01:34:25,458 career that was even a possibility. 1046 01:34:25,494 --> 01:34:29,562 There were so many people that helped me along the way. 1047 01:34:29,598 --> 01:34:32,465 And guided me. And I'm so grateful to all of 1048 01:34:32,501 --> 01:34:40,674 them. And especially to my wife, 1049 01:34:40,709 --> 01:34:42,308 louise, who inspires me every day. 1050 01:34:42,344 --> 01:34:45,945 Thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] 1051 01:34:45,981 --> 01:34:55,288 ♪ >> cinematography is one of 1052 01:34:55,323 --> 01:35:04,264 those jobs that you have absolutely heard of, but still 1053 01:35:04,299 --> 01:35:06,933 don't quite understand completely. 1054 01:35:06,968 --> 01:35:12,806 But this group has the knowledge you seek. 1055 01:35:12,841 --> 01:35:18,778 In "judas and the black messiah," sean bobbit finds 1056 01:35:18,814 --> 01:35:19,746 excitement in responding to what actors do when they're in a 1057 01:35:19,781 --> 01:35:25,018 space. For dariusz wolski, it's the 1058 01:35:25,053 --> 01:35:35,462 nuances the environment brings to a scene. 1059 01:35:35,497 --> 01:35:37,564 In "nomadland," joshua james richards. 1060 01:35:37,599 --> 01:35:49,342 And finally, in "the trial of the chicago 7," phedon 1061 01:35:49,377 --> 01:35:52,112 papamichael, found a visual language to establish a pulse. 1062 01:35:52,147 --> 01:36:04,157 And the oscar goes to -- erik messerschmidt. 1063 01:36:04,192 --> 01:36:05,859 "mank." ♪ 1064 01:36:05,894 --> 01:36:18,004 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 1065 01:36:18,039 --> 01:36:25,478 [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. 1066 01:36:25,514 --> 01:36:31,251 Wow. I wish I could cut this into 1067 01:36:31,286 --> 01:36:35,288 five pieces. Because it's such an honor to be 1068 01:36:35,323 --> 01:36:39,459 nominated amongst all of you. It's an incredible honor. 1069 01:36:39,494 --> 01:36:47,634 David, thank you. Thank you for creating an 1070 01:36:47,669 --> 01:36:50,203 environment where we can do our best work. 1071 01:36:50,238 --> 01:36:54,007 And I got to go home and feel like I gave it my all every 1072 01:36:54,042 --> 01:37:01,714 night. Thank you. 1073 01:37:01,750 --> 01:37:03,850 Sian, thank you for the endless support. 1074 01:37:03,885 --> 01:37:07,287 Eric roth, thank you for the guidance. 1075 01:37:07,322 --> 01:37:13,326 Amanda, gary, what a privilege and a joy to watch you work. 1076 01:37:13,361 --> 01:37:16,329 The entire cast, thank you for hitting your marks. 1077 01:37:16,364 --> 01:37:24,070 It mattered. And it's -- this really belongs 1078 01:37:24,105 --> 01:37:29,909 to an extraordinary crew, who I could not do anything without. 1079 01:37:29,945 --> 01:37:39,919 Brian, will, alex, dave, gary, dwayne, danny, jerry, and all of 1080 01:37:39,955 --> 01:37:44,123 your team. You make my job easy. 1081 01:37:44,159 --> 01:37:46,826 Thank you. And thank you to my beautiful 1082 01:37:46,862 --> 01:37:52,999 wife, niara, who tolerates this crazy business, and helped me 1083 01:37:53,034 --> 01:37:55,835 get through this movie. So thank you so much. 1084 01:37:55,871 --> 01:37:56,603 Thank you. [ applause ] 1085 01:37:56,638 --> 01:38:00,740 ♪ >> coming up, we have harrison 1086 01:38:00,775 --> 01:38:05,345 ford and viola davis, so don't even pretend you can top that. 1087 01:38:05,380 --> 01:38:07,847 This is the oscars on abc. ♪ 1088 01:38:11,987 --> 01:38:13,186 [ applause ] >> we're back live at 1089 01:38:13,221 --> 01:38:18,124 union station in los angeles. And now, please welcome academy 1090 01:38:18,159 --> 01:38:30,236 award nominee harrison ford. [ applause ] 1091 01:38:30,272 --> 01:38:31,304 ♪ >> thank you. 1092 01:38:31,339 --> 01:38:39,979 Thank you very much. I want to share some notes, some 1093 01:38:40,015 --> 01:38:48,821 editorial suggestions that were prepared after the screening 1094 01:38:48,857 --> 01:38:56,329 of -- of a movie I was in. Opening too choppy. 1095 01:38:56,364 --> 01:38:58,898 Why is this voiceover track so terrible? 1096 01:38:58,934 --> 01:39:05,204 He sounds drugged. Were they all on drugs? 1097 01:39:05,240 --> 01:39:08,574 Deckard at the piano is interminable. 1098 01:39:08,610 --> 01:39:14,547 Flashback dialogue confusing. Is he listening to a tape? 1099 01:39:14,582 --> 01:39:19,719 Why do we need the third cut to the eggs? 1100 01:39:19,754 --> 01:39:27,493 The synagogue music is awful on the street, we've got to use 1101 01:39:27,529 --> 01:39:29,028 vangelis. Up to zhora's death, the movie 1102 01:39:29,064 --> 01:39:33,466 is deadly dull. This movie gets worse every 1103 01:39:33,501 --> 01:39:40,173 screening. [ laughter ] 1104 01:39:40,208 --> 01:39:43,142 that movie was called "blade runner” 1105 01:39:43,178 --> 01:39:54,354 [ cheers and applause ] and these notes can help us 1106 01:39:54,389 --> 01:39:57,790 understand why the editing process can often get a little 1107 01:39:57,826 --> 01:40:06,165 complicated. The possibilities may seem 1108 01:40:06,201 --> 01:40:09,168 endless. But the editor will work 1109 01:40:09,204 --> 01:40:20,213 tirelessly, often in isolation, to make thousands of choices. 1110 01:40:20,248 --> 01:40:22,749 Placing the right piece of the right length in the right order 1111 01:40:22,784 --> 01:40:28,388 to arrive at the best version of what the movie wants to be. 1112 01:40:28,423 --> 01:40:35,328 It's is an extremely difficult process, not for the impatient 1113 01:40:35,363 --> 01:40:37,463 or faint of heart. You've got to really love making 1114 01:40:37,499 --> 01:40:41,501 movies. Tonight's nominees for best film 1115 01:40:41,536 --> 01:40:49,075 editing are -- "the father," yorgos lamprinos. 1116 01:40:49,110 --> 01:40:55,548 [ applause ] "nomadland," chloe zhao. 1117 01:40:55,583 --> 01:41:02,255 [ applause ] "promising young woman," 1118 01:41:02,290 --> 01:41:06,092 frederic thoraval. [ applause ] 1119 01:41:06,127 --> 01:41:11,964 "sound of metal," mikkel e.G. Nielsen. 1120 01:41:12,000 --> 01:41:17,637 [ applause ] and "the trial of the chicago 1121 01:41:17,672 --> 01:41:20,373 7," alan baumgarten. [ applause ] 1122 01:41:20,408 --> 01:41:27,613 and the oscar goes to -- "sound of metal," 1123 01:41:27,649 --> 01:41:29,182 mikkel e.G. Nielsen. [ cheers and applause ] 1124 01:41:29,217 --> 01:41:52,004 ♪ ♪ 1125 01:41:52,040 --> 01:42:02,381 [ applause ] [ cheers and applause ] 1126 01:42:02,417 --> 01:42:04,851 ♪ >> thank you. 1127 01:42:04,886 --> 01:42:11,591 Thank you, academy. And fellow nominees, you're an 1128 01:42:11,626 --> 01:42:15,995 inspiration for me. I'm from denmark. 1129 01:42:16,030 --> 01:42:24,370 And I would like to greet denmark, because they're 1130 01:42:24,405 --> 01:42:28,241 extremely bold at funding the danish film school. 1131 01:42:28,276 --> 01:42:30,910 So we as students can develop our craft and language for four 1132 01:42:30,945 --> 01:42:34,113 years. That's amazing. 1133 01:42:34,149 --> 01:42:40,019 This is what you get. So just continue doing it. 1134 01:42:40,054 --> 01:42:54,300 I would like to thank eve and angus, and my amazing assistant, 1135 01:42:54,335 --> 01:43:00,106 and my family at rock paper scissors. 1136 01:43:00,141 --> 01:43:04,043 I want to thank my agents, hillary and rebecca. 1137 01:43:04,078 --> 01:43:09,582 I want to thank amazon, caviar, and everyone from cast and crew 1138 01:43:09,617 --> 01:43:10,983 for sharing your enormous talents. 1139 01:43:11,019 --> 01:43:18,658 The deaf community, for inviting me in. 1140 01:43:18,693 --> 01:43:21,460 It's a very rewarding and inspiring world. 1141 01:43:21,496 --> 01:43:24,931 I would like to thank all my friends, my families, my 1142 01:43:24,966 --> 01:43:26,966 parents, I have to remember my parents. 1143 01:43:27,001 --> 01:43:33,339 My sisters, my wife, and my kids. 1144 01:43:33,374 --> 01:43:38,744 They always allow me to spend time with my big love affair, 1145 01:43:38,780 --> 01:43:40,913 editing. So thank you for that. 1146 01:43:40,949 --> 01:43:49,388 But one above all, darius matta. Thank you for your incredible 1147 01:43:49,424 --> 01:43:52,825 vision. Thank you for inviting me on 1148 01:43:52,860 --> 01:43:57,563 this life-changing, I would say, journey. 1149 01:43:57,599 --> 01:44:00,132 And it's been like following a rainbow for me. 1150 01:44:00,168 --> 01:44:03,302 And today, I feel like we found the gold. 1151 01:44:03,338 --> 01:44:04,203 Thank you. [ cheers and applause ] 1152 01:44:04,239 --> 01:44:11,577 ♪ >> please welcome academy award 1153 01:44:11,613 --> 01:44:18,417 winner viola davis. [ cheers and applause ] 1154 01:44:18,453 --> 01:44:30,062 ♪ >> maya angelou once said, "each 1155 01:44:30,098 --> 01:44:34,400 one of us has lived through some devastation, some loneliness, 1156 01:44:34,435 --> 01:44:38,104 some weather superstorm or spiritual superstorm. 1157 01:44:38,139 --> 01:44:42,742 When we look at each other we must say, I understand. 1158 01:44:42,777 --> 01:44:45,177 I understand how you feel, because I have been there 1159 01:44:45,213 --> 01:44:51,484 myself” my great friend, filmmaker, and 1160 01:44:51,519 --> 01:44:54,820 philanthropist, tyler perry, personifies empathy. 1161 01:44:54,856 --> 01:45:00,059 Tyler knows what it is to be hungry, to be without a home, to 1162 01:45:00,094 --> 01:45:04,230 feel unsafe and uncertain. So when he buys groceries for 1163 01:45:04,265 --> 01:45:11,737 1,000 of his neighbors, supports a women's shelter, or quietly 1164 01:45:11,773 --> 01:45:12,938 pays tuition for a hard-working student, tyler is coming from a 1165 01:45:12,974 --> 01:45:17,209 place of shared experience. Tyler paid for the funerals of 1166 01:45:17,245 --> 01:45:23,215 the black men whose names were on the placards at marches. 1167 01:45:23,251 --> 01:45:27,420 In atlanta, where his film studios employ thousands, he 1168 01:45:27,455 --> 01:45:30,222 created camp quarantine, making it possible to safely continue 1169 01:45:30,258 --> 01:45:41,000 making a living. Everyone in tyler's camp has 1170 01:45:41,035 --> 01:45:45,538 been given access to the vaccine. 1171 01:45:45,573 --> 01:45:47,740 And this is just in the past year. 1172 01:45:47,775 --> 01:45:51,877 >> the most generous person when I grew up was my mother. 1173 01:45:51,913 --> 01:45:57,750 She never looked for someone else to be the hero. 1174 01:45:57,785 --> 01:46:00,653 Find a way. She said, junior, find a way. 1175 01:46:00,688 --> 01:46:05,725 And in that, she always encouraged me to help someone 1176 01:46:05,760 --> 01:46:09,662 else. I remember getting out of bed, 1177 01:46:09,697 --> 01:46:12,698 stepping on someone on the floor. 1178 01:46:12,734 --> 01:46:14,767 And she said, they needed a place to stay. 1179 01:46:14,802 --> 01:46:21,640 So that's very much in my dna. >> it is how he was raised. 1180 01:46:21,676 --> 01:46:25,311 If somebody reaches out, you reach out, then they'll reach 1181 01:46:25,346 --> 01:46:28,781 out to somebody else. >> it was important for me to 1182 01:46:28,816 --> 01:46:31,684 get everybody back to work. Okay, this is happening, how do 1183 01:46:31,719 --> 01:46:34,453 we fix it? How do we fight it? 1184 01:46:34,489 --> 01:46:37,723 >> he fed all these people during the pandemic. 1185 01:46:37,759 --> 01:46:41,527 He made sure people had what they needed to get through it. 1186 01:46:41,562 --> 01:46:47,566 >> the perry foundation has been about transferring tragedy into 1187 01:46:47,602 --> 01:46:49,935 triumph. I don't want to target one 1188 01:46:49,971 --> 01:46:54,407 specific thing, because the need is so great. 1189 01:46:54,442 --> 01:47:00,112 Battered women, homelessness, addiction, whatever we can do to 1190 01:47:00,148 --> 01:47:02,214 help. >> there's no harm in caring. 1191 01:47:02,250 --> 01:47:08,154 He's going to create opportunities for other people, 1192 01:47:08,189 --> 01:47:09,789 like opportunities were created for him. 1193 01:47:09,824 --> 01:47:12,291 He's going to encourage people, the way people encouraged him. 1194 01:47:12,326 --> 01:47:15,528 >> when you've been given a voice, there's a huge 1195 01:47:15,563 --> 01:47:18,197 responsibility to use it in a way that sustains change. 1196 01:47:18,232 --> 01:47:22,067 >> so he created a living legacy that keeps on giving. 1197 01:47:22,103 --> 01:47:34,380 What is better than that? This man exemplifies the best in 1198 01:47:34,415 --> 01:47:38,284 any human, and that is to care about your fellow human beings. 1199 01:47:38,319 --> 01:47:40,786 >> it goes back to my mother, junior, find a way. 1200 01:47:40,822 --> 01:47:51,163 Find a way. [ cheers and applause ] 1201 01:47:51,199 --> 01:47:56,669 >> tyler, I know you never do what you do for thanks, but I am 1202 01:47:56,704 --> 01:47:57,703 grateful for the countless ways you work to make ours a better 1203 01:47:57,738 --> 01:48:03,909 world. It is my honor to present to you 1204 01:48:03,945 --> 01:48:07,947 the jean hersholt humanitarian award. 1205 01:48:07,982 --> 01:48:18,023 [ applause ] ♪ 1206 01:48:20,695 --> 01:48:28,267 [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. 1207 01:48:28,302 --> 01:48:34,540 Thank you. That is -- that's incredibly 1208 01:48:34,575 --> 01:48:35,941 kind. Thank you so much. 1209 01:48:35,977 --> 01:48:45,217 They only gave me a few minutes. So I want to say a very special 1210 01:48:45,253 --> 01:48:50,122 thanks to ms. Viola davis. To the board of governors, to 1211 01:48:50,157 --> 01:48:54,260 whoopi goldberg, ava. When I set out to help someone, 1212 01:48:54,295 --> 01:48:58,864 I'm not trying to do anything other than meet somebody at 1213 01:48:58,900 --> 01:49:02,801 their humanity. I remember one time, about 17 1214 01:49:02,837 --> 01:49:10,643 years ago, I rented a building, using it for 3rproduction. 1215 01:49:10,678 --> 01:49:16,815 I saw a woman, I said, she's homeless, let me give her some 1216 01:49:16,851 --> 01:49:20,686 money. I'm about to give her money, she 1217 01:49:20,721 --> 01:49:22,354 says, sir, do you have any shoes? 1218 01:49:22,390 --> 01:49:25,224 It stopped me cold. I remember being homeless, and I 1219 01:49:25,259 --> 01:49:33,132 had one pair of shoes, they were bent over at the heels. 1220 01:49:33,167 --> 01:49:38,070 We go to wardrobe, and there were all these boxes, fabrics, 1221 01:49:38,105 --> 01:49:40,072 racks of clothes. We had to stand in the middle of 1222 01:49:40,107 --> 01:49:46,612 the floor. As we were standing there, we 1223 01:49:46,647 --> 01:49:48,080 found some shoes, she's looking down. 1224 01:49:48,115 --> 01:49:50,516 She finally looks up, she has tears in her eyes. 1225 01:49:50,551 --> 01:49:53,852 She said, thank you, jesus. My feet are off the ground. 1226 01:49:53,888 --> 01:49:58,490 In that moment, I just -- I recall her saying to me, I 1227 01:49:58,526 --> 01:50:00,559 thought she would hate me for asking. 1228 01:50:00,595 --> 01:50:05,864 How can I hate you, when I used to be you, when I had a mother 1229 01:50:05,900 --> 01:50:08,534 who grew up in the jim crow south in louisiana, right across 1230 01:50:08,569 --> 01:50:12,871 the border in mississippi. At 9 or 10 years old, she was 1231 01:50:12,907 --> 01:50:16,775 grieving the death of emmitt till. 1232 01:50:16,811 --> 01:50:22,314 And the death of the civil rights boys, and the little 1233 01:50:22,350 --> 01:50:27,186 girls in the bombing in alabama. And I remember coming home, she 1234 01:50:27,221 --> 01:50:29,254 was in tears. She said, there was a bomb 1235 01:50:29,290 --> 01:50:30,489 threat. She couldn't believe that 1236 01:50:30,524 --> 01:50:34,560 someone wanted to blow up this place where she worked, where 1237 01:50:34,595 --> 01:50:39,798 she took care of the toddlers, it was the jewish community 1238 01:50:39,834 --> 01:50:43,569 center. She taught me to refuse hate and 1239 01:50:43,604 --> 01:50:45,170 blanket judgment. In this time, with all of the 1240 01:50:45,206 --> 01:50:49,508 internet and social media and algorithms that want us to think 1241 01:50:49,543 --> 01:50:53,512 a certain way. The 24-hour news cycle. 1242 01:50:53,547 --> 01:50:57,082 It's my hope that we teach our kids, refuse hate. 1243 01:50:57,118 --> 01:50:59,985 Don't hate anybody. I refuse to hate someone because 1244 01:51:00,021 --> 01:51:06,091 they're mexican or because they are black or white. 1245 01:51:06,127 --> 01:51:09,828 [ applause ] or lbgtq. 1246 01:51:09,864 --> 01:51:12,798 I refuse to hate someone because they're a police officer or 1247 01:51:12,833 --> 01:51:17,703 because they're asian. I would hope we would refuse hit 1248 01:51:17,738 --> 01:51:19,672 hate. And I want to take this 1249 01:51:19,707 --> 01:51:26,078 humanitarian award and dedicate it to anyone who wants to stand 1250 01:51:26,113 --> 01:51:28,914 in the middle. Because that's where healing, 1251 01:51:28,949 --> 01:51:30,082 where conversation, where change happens. 1252 01:51:30,117 --> 01:51:36,055 It happens in the middle. Anyone who wants to meet me in 1253 01:51:36,090 --> 01:51:42,928 the middle to refuse hate and blanket judgment, this one is 1254 01:51:42,963 --> 01:51:46,598 for you, too. God bless you, and I appreciate 1255 01:51:46,634 --> 01:51:47,066 you, academy. Thank you. 1256 01:51:47,101 --> 01:52:02,481 [ applause ] ♪ 1257 01:52:02,516 --> 01:52:06,485 >> when we come back, zendaya, music, and the oscars. 1258 01:52:06,520 --> 01:52:15,227 The perfect trifecta. It's the oscars on abc. 1259 01:52:17,031 --> 01:52:25,671 >>> the oscar on abc, brought to >>> welcome back to the 93rd 1260 01:52:36,851 --> 01:52:37,950 os oscars. 1261 01:52:37,985 --> 01:52:39,952 And now, here is zendaya. >> music and movies were made 1262 01:52:39,987 --> 01:52:40,819 for each other. Decades before talkies, movies 1263 01:52:40,855 --> 01:52:43,188 had music. They needed music, and music 1264 01:52:43,224 --> 01:52:45,924 needed them right back. These are the nominees for best 1265 01:52:45,960 --> 01:52:49,828 score. "da 5 bloods" by 1266 01:52:49,864 --> 01:52:54,333 terence blanchard. "mank" by trent reznor and 1267 01:52:54,368 --> 01:53:02,307 atticus ross. "minari" by emile mosseri. 1268 01:53:02,343 --> 01:53:06,145 "news of the world" by james newton howard. 1269 01:53:06,180 --> 01:53:12,351 "soul" by trent reznor, atticus ross, and jon batiste. 1270 01:53:12,386 --> 01:53:21,794 And the oscar goes to -- trent reznor, atticus ross, and 1271 01:53:21,829 --> 01:53:26,064 jon batiste. "soul." 1272 01:53:26,100 --> 01:53:44,950 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 1273 01:53:47,254 --> 01:53:56,795 [ applause ] ♪ 1274 01:54:00,935 --> 01:54:07,306 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 1275 01:54:12,746 --> 01:54:18,283 >> hello. Hello. 1276 01:54:18,319 --> 01:54:26,124 Man, you know what is deep is that god gave us 12 notes. 1277 01:54:26,160 --> 01:54:32,631 It's the same 12 notes duke ellington had. 1278 01:54:32,666 --> 01:54:36,735 Bach had. It's the same 12. 1279 01:54:36,770 --> 01:54:40,405 Nina simone. And all the nominees, I want to 1280 01:54:40,441 --> 01:54:42,140 point out that every gift is special. 1281 01:54:42,176 --> 01:54:47,779 Every contribution with music that comes from the divine into 1282 01:54:47,815 --> 01:54:54,219 the instruments, into the film, into the minds and hearts and 1283 01:54:54,255 --> 01:54:56,555 souls of every person who hears it. 1284 01:54:56,590 --> 01:55:01,293 The stories that happen when you listen to it and watch it, and 1285 01:55:01,328 --> 01:55:04,196 the stories you share. The moments you create, the 1286 01:55:04,231 --> 01:55:05,397 memories you make. Man. 1287 01:55:05,432 --> 01:55:10,802 It's just so incredibly special. And I just want to first 1288 01:55:10,838 --> 01:55:14,706 recognize the nominees and say that I'm incredibly -- I'm 1289 01:55:14,742 --> 01:55:17,709 speaking for all of us. We're incredibly humbled and 1290 01:55:17,745 --> 01:55:20,312 grateful to the academy for this recognition. 1291 01:55:20,347 --> 01:55:25,417 And I'm just thankful to god for those 12 notes, man. 1292 01:55:25,452 --> 01:55:27,085 That's so dope. [ applause ] 1293 01:55:27,121 --> 01:55:34,092 thank you to my parents, for your support and love, coming 1294 01:55:34,128 --> 01:55:36,695 here with me. We flew on the plane, my parents 1295 01:55:36,730 --> 01:55:42,000 took me around clubs in new orleans when I was 10 years old. 1296 01:55:42,036 --> 01:55:48,740 Put me in piano lessons. Ms. Shirley. 1297 01:55:48,776 --> 01:55:53,078 So much has happened, this moment is a culmination of a 1298 01:55:53,113 --> 01:55:55,948 series of miracles. I can't go into all of them. 1299 01:55:55,983 --> 01:55:59,785 We don't have enough time. But it's so incredibly powerful 1300 01:55:59,820 --> 01:56:03,956 to be standing here, in the lineage we come from, the 1301 01:56:03,991 --> 01:56:10,662 collaborators on this film are the best you can ask for. 1302 01:56:10,698 --> 01:56:14,733 Pete, I love this man. Pete is a genius and a 1303 01:56:14,768 --> 01:56:20,105 visionary. Dana murray, kent, tom at 1304 01:56:20,140 --> 01:56:21,273 disney. Thank you for welcoming us to 1305 01:56:21,308 --> 01:56:27,112 the family with open arms. So much of a true collaborative 1306 01:56:27,147 --> 01:56:28,613 process. My team, thank y'all for just 1307 01:56:28,649 --> 01:56:32,884 dealing with me. Because I get ideas all the 1308 01:56:32,920 --> 01:56:35,520 time, changing directions. Y'all holding me down. 1309 01:56:35,556 --> 01:56:39,591 All the people. Thank you for do you what y'all 1310 01:56:39,626 --> 01:56:43,729 do, it's hard to put yourself out there. 1311 01:56:43,764 --> 01:56:47,265 Thank y'all for putting yourself out there. 1312 01:56:47,301 --> 01:56:50,602 I'm a fan of everybody here. Much love, much light to you, 1313 01:56:50,637 --> 01:56:53,105 even if you don't know you. Lay it on. 1314 01:56:53,140 --> 01:57:06,385 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 1315 01:57:06,420 --> 01:57:12,257 >> when the right song becomes a part of the right movie, it 1316 01:57:12,292 --> 01:57:15,093 stays with us forever. You can never hear that song get 1317 01:57:15,129 --> 01:57:17,662 without thinking about its movie partner. 1318 01:57:17,698 --> 01:57:20,198 That is the power of music. Although most of the nominees 1319 01:57:20,234 --> 01:57:22,067 were able to make it to los angeles, there are a pair 1320 01:57:22,102 --> 01:57:23,902 joining us from sweden. Here are the nominees for best 1321 01:57:23,937 --> 01:57:33,578 song. ♪ can you hear the bells ring 1322 01:57:33,614 --> 01:57:38,884 out ♪ ♪ speak now 1323 01:57:38,919 --> 01:57:45,157 ♪ speak now ♪ can you hear the angels sing 1324 01:57:45,192 --> 01:58:05,977 loud speak now speak now ♪ ♪ 1325 01:58:12,820 --> 01:58:29,601 ♪ hear my voice hear my dream ♪ let us make a world in which I 1326 01:58:29,636 --> 01:58:42,280 believe ♪ ♪ there's no one like you as I'm 1327 01:58:42,316 --> 01:58:50,355 standing we could never do I'm always gonna fight for you ♪ 1328 01:58:50,390 --> 01:59:04,936 ♪ I'll always fight for you ♪ 1329 01:59:04,972 --> 01:59:12,310 ♪ in my hometown my hometown [ applause ] 1330 01:59:12,346 --> 01:59:20,452 >> and the oscar goes to -- h.E.R. And dernst emile ii. 1331 01:59:20,487 --> 01:59:25,257 "fight for you" from "judas and the black messiah” 1332 01:59:25,292 --> 01:59:40,605 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 1333 01:59:43,110 --> 01:59:48,046 >> oh, my god. I did not expect to win this 1334 01:59:48,081 --> 01:59:51,149 award. I am so, so, so, so grateful. 1335 01:59:51,185 --> 01:59:55,887 Not only to win, but to be a part of such an important, 1336 01:59:55,923 --> 01:59:57,622 important story. So thank you so much. 1337 01:59:57,658 --> 02:00:02,027 Thank you to the academy. I've always wanted to say that. 1338 02:00:02,062 --> 02:00:07,299 And of course my collaborators, the song wouldn't be what it was 1339 02:00:07,334 --> 02:00:11,670 without them. [ applause ] 1340 02:00:11,705 --> 02:00:13,772 I have to thank god for giving us these gifts. 1341 02:00:13,807 --> 02:00:17,642 And my parents, my beautiful mother, who is here with me 1342 02:00:17,678 --> 02:00:19,444 today. And my father at home. 1343 02:00:19,479 --> 02:00:26,117 All those days of listening to sly and the family stone and 1344 02:00:26,153 --> 02:00:28,353 curtis mayfield, they really paid off. 1345 02:00:28,388 --> 02:00:31,957 So thank you, dad. Thank you so much to archie and 1346 02:00:31,992 --> 02:00:34,960 chaka king and everybody involved in the movie who gave 1347 02:00:34,995 --> 02:00:38,597 us the call to do this record. I'm so, so grateful. 1348 02:00:38,632 --> 02:00:43,802 I just want to say this. You know, musicians, filmmakers, 1349 02:00:43,837 --> 02:00:47,973 I believe we have an opportunity and a responsibility to me to 1350 02:00:48,008 --> 02:00:51,476 tell the truth. And to write history the way 1351 02:00:51,511 --> 02:00:56,648 that it was. And how it connects us to today. 1352 02:00:56,683 --> 02:00:59,117 And what we see going on in the world today. 1353 02:00:59,152 --> 02:01:01,653 And, yeah, I'm just -- I have no words. 1354 02:01:01,688 --> 02:01:05,490 I'm just so, so, so happy and grateful. 1355 02:01:05,525 --> 02:01:09,561 And, yeah, knowledge is power. Music is power. 1356 02:01:09,596 --> 02:01:15,267 And as long as I'm standing, I'm always going to fight for us. 1357 02:01:15,302 --> 02:01:17,636 I'm always going to fight for my people and what is right. 1358 02:01:17,671 --> 02:01:19,671 That's what music and storytelling does. 1359 02:01:19,706 --> 02:01:20,338 Thank you so much. Thank you. 1360 02:01:20,374 --> 02:01:24,042 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 1361 02:01:24,077 --> 02:01:38,623 >> yeah! >> congratulations to h.E.R. 1362 02:01:38,659 --> 02:01:41,159 What's up, y'all? It's time to play a game. 1363 02:01:41,194 --> 02:01:48,133 We're going to play a game called questlove's oscar trivia. 1364 02:01:48,168 --> 02:01:50,902 And here to help us play is my boy, lil rel. 1365 02:01:50,937 --> 02:01:53,571 >> how y'all doing? Everybody good? 1366 02:01:53,607 --> 02:02:00,312 First of all, congratulations to h.E.R. And the "judas and the 1367 02:02:00,347 --> 02:02:02,981 black messiah" family. But we're about to play a game, 1368 02:02:03,016 --> 02:02:06,117 okay? Quest is going to play a song 1369 02:02:06,153 --> 02:02:09,120 from a movie. And we're going to try to figure 1370 02:02:09,156 --> 02:02:13,692 out if it was from an oscar nominee, an oscar winner, or 1371 02:02:13,727 --> 02:02:19,597 none of the above. Don't look nervous. 1372 02:02:19,633 --> 02:02:23,068 Y'all okay? I got to find somebody who is 1373 02:02:23,103 --> 02:02:27,605 into music. I got to go to my girl over 1374 02:02:27,641 --> 02:02:29,341 here. Hey, andra day. 1375 02:02:29,376 --> 02:02:31,876 You want to play this game with me? 1376 02:02:31,912 --> 02:02:37,048 You ready for this? That's the mic hand, we can't 1377 02:02:37,084 --> 02:02:41,319 share mics. Okay. 1378 02:02:41,355 --> 02:02:45,523 Questlove, play the song. ♪ 1379 02:02:45,559 --> 02:02:53,398 ♪ purple rain purple rain >> okay. 1380 02:02:53,433 --> 02:02:59,537 ♪ purple rain purple rain >> okay. 1381 02:02:59,573 --> 02:03:04,175 You heard it, sounds good. Is this an oscar winner or just 1382 02:03:04,211 --> 02:03:09,681 an oscar nominee, or none of the above? 1383 02:03:09,716 --> 02:03:13,985 >> I mean, it's a brilliant song. 1384 02:03:14,020 --> 02:03:23,728 It probably wasn't even -- [ applause ] 1385 02:03:23,764 --> 02:03:28,967 >> it is, right? Because it wasn't nominated, 1386 02:03:29,002 --> 02:03:31,169 actually. >> ding. 1387 02:03:31,204 --> 02:03:33,304 >> no. The score won the award, but 1388 02:03:33,340 --> 02:03:39,411 none of the songs got nominated. >> that sounds about right. 1389 02:03:39,446 --> 02:03:40,612 Here. [ applause ] 1390 02:03:40,647 --> 02:03:45,016 >> I don't know how much that will cost you, abc, but it 1391 02:03:45,051 --> 02:03:47,619 happened. We're in a train station. 1392 02:03:47,654 --> 02:03:49,287 I don't know what you're going to hear. 1393 02:03:49,322 --> 02:03:51,356 All right. Let's find somebody else to play 1394 02:03:51,391 --> 02:03:55,026 this game with. Okay, I got to go to my boy. 1395 02:03:55,061 --> 02:04:00,365 Now I need you to save me, now. Because that was crazy over 1396 02:04:00,400 --> 02:04:02,000 there. Now for me to save you. 1397 02:04:02,035 --> 02:04:10,141 You know I saved this brother. >> you did. 1398 02:04:10,177 --> 02:04:15,480 >> I picked you up and we drove off. 1399 02:04:15,515 --> 02:04:20,251 >> I will never get caught with a woman like that again. 1400 02:04:20,287 --> 02:04:22,454 >> okay, here we go, brother. You ready for this? 1401 02:04:22,489 --> 02:04:27,325 >> yeah. >> and you won an oscar tonight, 1402 02:04:27,360 --> 02:04:29,928 bro. >> yeah, it's crazy. 1403 02:04:29,963 --> 02:04:32,897 >> here we go. Quest, play the song. 1404 02:04:32,933 --> 02:04:34,199 >> all right. ♪ 1405 02:04:34,234 --> 02:04:41,539 ♪ so let's dance the last dance let's dance the last dance ♪ 1406 02:04:41,575 --> 02:04:47,045 >> she said you're too young. >> glenn said I'm too young. 1407 02:04:47,080 --> 02:04:53,251 You're too young. Sit down. 1408 02:04:53,286 --> 02:04:56,588 >> oscar winner, nominee, or none of the above? 1409 02:04:56,623 --> 02:04:57,822 >> nominee? >> nominee? 1410 02:04:57,858 --> 02:05:03,161 No, they won the oscar. >> oh, man, I didn't even know 1411 02:05:03,196 --> 02:05:06,030 that. >> she was right. 1412 02:05:06,066 --> 02:05:11,202 You're too young. "the last dance" is an oscar 1413 02:05:11,238 --> 02:05:15,273 winning song. Donna summer did that. 1414 02:05:15,308 --> 02:05:19,811 Give it up for donna summer, the legendary. 1415 02:05:19,846 --> 02:05:22,046 Somebody get his mic. He was wrong. 1416 02:05:22,082 --> 02:05:25,517 Donna summer, bro. You're in the sunken place 1417 02:05:25,552 --> 02:05:26,784 again, man. All right. 1418 02:05:26,820 --> 02:05:30,922 You know who I'm going to go to? I'm going to glenn close for the 1419 02:05:30,957 --> 02:05:32,090 next one. The icon. 1420 02:05:32,125 --> 02:05:35,126 Are you ready for this? >> yeah. 1421 02:05:35,161 --> 02:05:39,531 >> you told him he was too young for the donna summer song. 1422 02:05:39,566 --> 02:05:43,601 >> well, he was. >> I think we got something, 1423 02:05:43,637 --> 02:05:46,704 questlove, just play it. Let me see. 1424 02:05:46,740 --> 02:05:48,473 >> here we go. ♪ 1425 02:05:48,508 --> 02:05:53,745 ♪ I said, come here girl, show that ♪ 1426 02:05:53,780 --> 02:05:58,650 >> okay, okay, stop, stop. That's not fair to glenn close. 1427 02:05:58,685 --> 02:06:02,620 >> wait just a second. That's "da butt." 1428 02:06:02,656 --> 02:06:12,664 I know that, "da butt," it was a classic song by the great 1429 02:06:12,699 --> 02:06:15,199 washington, d.C., go-go band e.U. 1430 02:06:15,235 --> 02:06:19,537 Shout out to sugar bear and the whole backyard band. 1431 02:06:19,573 --> 02:06:26,544 So, wait, no, I remember this. So spike lee had it written for 1432 02:06:26,580 --> 02:06:37,021 his brilliant movie. "school daze” 1433 02:06:37,057 --> 02:06:43,628 sadly, my friends at the oscars missed this one and it was not 1434 02:06:43,663 --> 02:06:51,169 nominated so it couldn't win. >> I wasn't expecting that at 1435 02:06:51,204 --> 02:06:57,275 all, that you knew "da butt." it's dope, but do you know the 1436 02:06:57,310 --> 02:07:05,316 dance, though? Do you know how to do "da butt"? 1437 02:07:05,352 --> 02:07:08,519 Quest, turn it on. Let me see you do it. 1438 02:07:08,555 --> 02:07:13,191 Oh! ♪ 1439 02:07:13,226 --> 02:07:18,429 [ cheers and applause ] oh, my god. 1440 02:07:18,465 --> 02:07:22,700 She did the whole butt at the oscars. 1441 02:07:22,736 --> 02:07:28,873 This is the blackest oscars of all time. 1442 02:07:28,908 --> 02:07:32,010 Questlove, play "da butt" to the break. 1443 02:07:32,045 --> 02:07:34,979 >> all right, we'll do that. >> up next, angela bassett. 1444 02:07:35,015 --> 02:07:37,715 And I shouldn't have to say anything more. 1445 02:07:37,751 --> 02:07:40,952 Just angela bassett. Oh, and this is the oscars on 1446 02:07:40,987 --> 02:07:43,888 abc. >>> and now, please welcome 1447 02:07:51,765 --> 02:07:54,298 academy award nominee, angela bassett. 1448 02:07:54,334 --> 02:08:03,808 ♪ [ cheers and applause ] 1449 02:08:03,843 --> 02:08:08,446 >> vernon jordan said, "we exist temporarily through what we 1450 02:08:08,481 --> 02:08:13,918 take, but we live forever through what we give." 1451 02:08:13,953 --> 02:08:23,761 in 2020, we were united by loss. As of April 25th, 2021, there 1452 02:08:23,797 --> 02:08:27,565 were recorded over 3 million souls lost around the world to 1453 02:08:27,600 --> 02:08:28,933 covid alone. Considering the enormity of our 1454 02:08:28,968 --> 02:08:35,840 collective loss and the often incomprehensible times we're 1455 02:08:35,875 --> 02:08:39,811 living through, we wish to also acknowledge those precious lives 1456 02:08:39,846 --> 02:08:48,486 lost to the violence of inequality, injustice, hatred, 1457 02:08:48,521 --> 02:08:50,688 racism, and poverty. To all of those who left our 1458 02:08:50,724 --> 02:08:55,326 lives too soon, we cherish the moments that we had the honor of 1459 02:08:55,361 --> 02:09:01,065 having with you. Tonight, we want to celebrate 1460 02:09:01,101 --> 02:09:04,168 the artists who gave us permission to dream, the 1461 02:09:04,204 --> 02:09:13,578 technical pioneers and innovators who expanded our 1462 02:09:13,613 --> 02:09:20,485 experience of movie love. Let us as one community say 1463 02:09:20,520 --> 02:09:23,855 thank you, you will remain, as we remember you in our hearts, 1464 02:09:23,890 --> 02:09:34,232 always. ♪ 1465 02:09:34,267 --> 02:09:42,006 ♪ as around the sun the earth revolving and the rose buds know 1466 02:09:42,041 --> 02:09:48,246 to bloom in early may ♪ ♪ just as hate knows love's the 1467 02:09:48,281 --> 02:09:54,619 cure, you can rest assured that I'll be loving you always ♪ 1468 02:09:54,654 --> 02:10:00,224 ♪ as we can't reveal the mystery of tomorrow but in passing we'll 1469 02:10:00,260 --> 02:10:08,599 grow older every day ♪ ♪ just as all that's born is new 1470 02:10:08,635 --> 02:10:15,339 you know what I say is true that I'll be loving you always ♪ 1471 02:10:15,375 --> 02:10:38,863 ♪ always always always ♪ true love asks for nothing 1472 02:10:38,898 --> 02:10:46,737 ♪ did you know that life is giving love I guarantee to last 1473 02:10:46,773 --> 02:10:56,380 forever in another day ♪ ♪ I know I'm living for 1474 02:10:56,416 --> 02:11:02,019 tomorrow ♪ ♪ I know deep in my mind that 1475 02:11:02,055 --> 02:11:11,128 the love I left behind I'll be loving you always ♪ 1476 02:11:11,164 --> 02:11:22,874 ♪ until the day that is the day ♪ 1477 02:11:22,909 --> 02:11:28,179 ♪ always ♪ always 1478 02:11:28,214 --> 02:11:39,357 ♪ ♪ I'll be loving you 1479 02:11:39,392 --> 02:11:49,634 ♪ loving you until the ocean ♪ loving you 1480 02:11:49,669 --> 02:11:56,374 ♪ loving you ♪ until the day that is the day 1481 02:11:56,409 --> 02:11:59,777 that I'm no more ♪ ♪ until the day that is the day 1482 02:11:59,812 --> 02:12:07,018 that I'm no more ♪ ♪ until the day that is the day 1483 02:12:07,053 --> 02:12:14,992 that I'm no more ♪ ♪ always 1484 02:12:16,095 --> 02:12:30,107 ♪ [ applause ] 1485 02:12:40,186 --> 02:12:41,819 ♪ ♪ hey you guys 1486 02:12:41,854 --> 02:12:45,723 >>> we're back at the oscars. And now please welcome academy 1487 02:12:45,758 --> 02:12:51,729 award winner rita moreno. ♪ 1488 02:12:51,764 --> 02:12:59,203 [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. 1489 02:12:59,238 --> 02:13:03,174 60 years ago this October, "west side story" was released. 1490 02:13:03,209 --> 02:13:11,315 It would go on to win ten competitive oscars, most 1491 02:13:11,351 --> 02:13:15,786 famously for best supporting actress. 1492 02:13:15,822 --> 02:13:26,630 [ cheers and applause ] among its other smaller awards 1493 02:13:26,666 --> 02:13:30,167 was best picture of the year, and that is what I am here to 1494 02:13:30,203 --> 02:13:36,474 present. “the father” david parfitt, 1495 02:13:36,509 --> 02:13:45,182 jean-louis livi, phillipe carcassonne, producers. 1496 02:13:45,218 --> 02:13:50,154 >> she's cooking something up. That I do know. 1497 02:13:50,189 --> 02:13:56,527 She must put men at home for -- I've seen the signs. 1498 02:13:56,562 --> 02:14:04,969 But let me be absolutely clear. I'm not leaving my flat. 1499 02:14:05,004 --> 02:14:11,609 I am not leaving my flat! >> this isn't your flat, antony. 1500 02:14:11,644 --> 02:14:14,612 >>“judas and the black messiah” shaka king, 1501 02:14:14,647 --> 02:14:19,050 charles d. King, and ryan coogler, producers. 1502 02:14:19,085 --> 02:14:33,364 >> it's not a question of violence or nonviolence. 1503 02:14:33,399 --> 02:14:44,508 You can murder a revolutionary, but not a revolution. 1504 02:14:44,544 --> 02:14:51,315 I am a revolutionary! I am a revolutionary! 1505 02:14:51,350 --> 02:14:56,587 I am a revolutionary! I am a revolutionary! 1506 02:14:56,622 --> 02:15:02,426 >>“mank” cean chaffin, eric roth, 1507 02:15:02,462 --> 02:15:12,903 and douglas urbanksi, producers. >> "the wizard of oz" is going 1508 02:15:12,939 --> 02:15:16,440 to sink that studio. >> sleep. 1509 02:15:16,476 --> 02:15:24,949 >> I would sneak aboard in albuquerque and climb into your 1510 02:15:24,984 --> 02:15:29,553 compa compartment naked. 1511 02:15:29,589 --> 02:15:32,189 Boy, were those the days. >> yeah, yeah. 1512 02:15:32,225 --> 02:15:35,626 And the nights weren't bad either. 1513 02:15:35,661 --> 02:15:38,762 >>“minari” christina oh, producer. 1514 02:16:03,422 --> 02:16:05,422 >>“nomadland” frances mcdormand, peter spears, 1515 02:16:05,458 --> 02:16:13,430 mollye asher, dan janvey, and chloe zhao, producers. 1516 02:16:14,667 --> 02:16:24,308 ♪ >> I don't know. 1517 02:16:24,343 --> 02:16:32,249 Maybe when I die, my friends will gather around a fire and 1518 02:16:32,285 --> 02:16:37,821 toss a rock into the fire in memory of me. 1519 02:16:37,857 --> 02:16:46,564 Oh, I see something neat. >>“promising young woman” 1520 02:16:46,599 --> 02:16:51,001 ben browning, ashley fox, emerald fennell, and 1521 02:16:51,037 --> 02:16:59,009 josey mcnamara, producers. >> I can do it again and be 1522 02:16:59,045 --> 02:17:00,644 better. >> do you want milk? 1523 02:17:00,680 --> 02:17:02,947 >> pardon? >> in your coffee. 1524 02:17:02,982 --> 02:17:04,515 >> but you can spit in it if you want. 1525 02:17:04,550 --> 02:17:11,956 I deserve that. ♪ 1526 02:17:11,991 --> 02:17:21,799 thank you. Do you want to go out with me? 1527 02:17:21,834 --> 02:17:27,871 >> what? >> on a date. 1528 02:17:27,907 --> 02:17:35,679 >> seriously? I just spat in your coffee. 1529 02:17:35,715 --> 02:17:37,848 >>“sound of metal” bert hamelick and 1530 02:17:37,883 --> 02:18:31,135 sacha ben harroche, producers. >>“the trial of the chicago ”" 1531 02:18:31,170 --> 02:18:33,871 marc platt and stuart besser, producers. 1532 02:18:33,906 --> 02:18:37,975 >> it's a yes or no question. When you came to chicago, were 1533 02:18:38,010 --> 02:18:52,890 you hoping for a confrontation with the police? 1534 02:18:52,925 --> 02:18:54,358 I'm concerned that you have to think about it. 1535 02:18:54,393 --> 02:18:58,128 >> give me a moment, would you, friend? 1536 02:18:58,164 --> 02:19:06,637 I've never been on trial for my thoughts before. 1537 02:19:06,672 --> 02:19:12,009 >> and the oscar goes to -- >>“nomadland” 1538 02:19:12,044 --> 02:19:30,427 [ cheers and applause ] ♪ 1539 02:19:33,332 --> 02:19:45,142 [ applause ] ♪ 1540 02:19:57,823 --> 02:20:05,129 >> on behalf of my fellow producers, peter, molly, and the 1541 02:20:05,164 --> 02:20:09,166 one and only frances mcdormand, we thank the academy. 1542 02:20:09,201 --> 02:20:11,568 And we thank our brilliant fellow nominees. 1543 02:20:11,604 --> 02:20:18,008 And we thank all the hearts and hands that come together to make 1544 02:20:18,043 --> 02:20:22,813 this movie. Jessica, who trusted us with her 1545 02:20:22,848 --> 02:20:26,650 beautiful book. To our brilliant 1546 02:20:26,685 --> 02:20:28,485 cinematographer. And to the entire "nomadland" 1547 02:20:28,521 --> 02:20:32,055 company. We want to show our deepest 1548 02:20:32,091 --> 02:20:38,896 gratitude to linda, swanky, bubba, and the nomad community. 1549 02:20:38,931 --> 02:20:40,230 All the people we met on the road. 1550 02:20:40,266 --> 02:20:44,001 Thank you for teaching us the power of resilience and hope. 1551 02:20:44,036 --> 02:20:48,205 And for reminding us what true kindness looks like. 1552 02:20:48,240 --> 02:20:54,912 And now, I give you fern. >> no, I'm not. 1553 02:20:54,947 --> 02:20:58,348 I'm fran. Please, watch our movie on the 1554 02:20:58,384 --> 02:21:03,253 largest screen possible. And one day, very, very soon, 1555 02:21:03,289 --> 02:21:08,125 take everyone you know into a theater, shoulder to shoulder. 1556 02:21:08,160 --> 02:21:11,595 In that dark space. And watch every film that is 1557 02:21:11,630 --> 02:21:17,601 represented here tonight. We give this one to our wolf. 1558 02:21:17,636 --> 02:21:32,649 [ howling ] [ cheers and applause ] 1559 02:21:32,685 --> 02:21:35,519 ♪ >> when we come back, oscar 1560 02:21:35,554 --> 02:21:38,188 winners joaquin phoenix and renee zellweger give out the 1561 02:21:38,224 --> 02:21:43,327 awards for best actor and best actress. 1562 02:21:43,362 --> 02:21:53,170 This is the oscars. [ cheers and applause ] 1563 02:21:58,544 --> 02:22:01,311 >>> please welcome last year's winner for best actress in a 1564 02:22:01,347 --> 02:22:10,521 leading role, renee zellweger. [ cheers and applause ] 1565 02:22:17,429 --> 02:22:27,204 >> I'm here to present the oscar for best actress. 1566 02:22:27,239 --> 02:22:31,241 The academy has recognized some great performances this year. 1567 02:22:31,277 --> 02:22:32,843 25 years ago she made her debut in an August wilson play. 1568 02:22:32,878 --> 02:22:35,412 Tonight, viola davis is nominated for bringing to life 1569 02:22:35,447 --> 02:22:37,848 another of that great american playwright's work, as the lead 1570 02:22:37,883 --> 02:22:40,851 actress in "ma rainey's black bottom." 1571 02:22:40,886 --> 02:22:42,319 you were luminous in that role, viola. 1572 02:22:42,354 --> 02:22:45,122 Andra day, it's hard to believe "the united states vs. Billie 1573 02:22:45,157 --> 02:22:48,425 holiday" is your first major film role. 1574 02:22:48,460 --> 02:22:50,527 You seamlessly embodied the icon, and reminded us that 1575 02:22:50,563 --> 02:22:53,730 billie holiday was a survivor and a fighter. 1576 02:22:53,766 --> 02:22:58,702 Vanessa kirby, you went there for your performance in "pieces 1577 02:22:58,737 --> 02:22:59,836 of a woman." which is why your peers have 1578 02:22:59,872 --> 02:23:03,974 recognized this fearless and vulnerable performance. 1579 02:23:04,009 --> 02:23:06,743 Frances mcdormand, in this untethered moment, we needed 1580 02:23:06,779 --> 02:23:14,618 your performance in "nomadland." you took us into a world hiding 1581 02:23:14,653 --> 02:23:18,355 in plain sight with charisma and transparency. 1582 02:23:18,390 --> 02:23:20,324 Carey mulligan, you knew the risk you were taking with 1583 02:23:20,359 --> 02:23:21,758 "promising young woman." congratulations on a performance 1584 02:23:21,794 --> 02:23:25,429 that was painful, witty, and powerful. 1585 02:23:25,464 --> 02:23:32,636 And the best oscar for best actress goes to -- 1586 02:23:32,671 --> 02:23:35,205 frances mcdormand, "nomadland." [ cheers and applause ] 1587 02:23:35,240 --> 02:24:00,163 ♪ >> look, they didn't ask me. 1588 02:24:00,199 --> 02:24:03,367 But if they had, I would have said, karaoke. 1589 02:24:03,402 --> 02:24:09,706 When you have voices like leslie and marcus and -- we should add 1590 02:24:09,742 --> 02:24:12,376 a karaoke bar. Okay? 1591 02:24:12,411 --> 02:24:19,850 I have no words. My voice is in my sword. 1592 02:24:19,885 --> 02:24:26,957 We know the sword is our work. And I like work. 1593 02:24:26,992 --> 02:24:30,527 Thank you for knowing that. And thanks for this. 1594 02:24:30,562 --> 02:24:38,201 [ applause ] ♪ 1595 02:24:38,237 --> 02:24:41,104 >> please welcome last year's winner for best actor in a 1596 02:24:41,140 --> 02:24:50,981 leading role, joaquin phoenix. >> hi. 1597 02:24:51,016 --> 02:24:56,486 I'm here to present the award for actor. 1598 02:24:56,522 --> 02:25:03,593 And I'm supposed to talk about acting and specifically the 1599 02:25:03,629 --> 02:25:09,266 transformative moment when an actor discovers the character 1600 02:25:09,301 --> 02:25:13,870 and fully embodies it. But I don't really know anything 1601 02:25:13,906 --> 02:25:16,106 about that. I don't think I've ever really 1602 02:25:16,141 --> 02:25:19,710 had that experience. I think the only thing I can say 1603 02:25:19,745 --> 02:25:25,749 with sincerity is that when I watched these five performances, 1604 02:25:25,784 --> 02:25:34,057 I feel inspired, and it's a shame that we have to choose 1605 02:25:34,093 --> 02:25:38,261 just one. So the nominees for actor are -- 1606 02:25:38,297 --> 02:25:43,834 anthony hopkins,“the father” [ applause ] 1607 02:25:43,869 --> 02:25:50,307 riz ahmed,“sound of metal” [ applause ] 1608 02:25:50,342 --> 02:25:53,810 chadwick boseman,“ma rainey's black bottom” 1609 02:25:53,846 --> 02:25:58,014 [ applause ] gary oldman,“mank” 1610 02:25:58,050 --> 02:26:03,019 [ applause ] steven yeun,“minari” 1611 02:26:03,055 --> 02:26:15,165 [ applause ] and the academy award for actor 1612 02:26:15,200 --> 02:26:19,402 goes to -- anthony hopkins, "the father." 1613 02:26:19,438 --> 02:26:26,109 the academy congratulates ant 1614 02:26:26,145 --> 02:26:31,414 anthony hopkins and accepts the oscar on his behalf. 1615 02:26:31,450 --> 02:26:34,151 >> ladies and gentlemen, I'd like to thank you for joining us 1616 02:26:34,186 --> 02:26:37,988 tonight at the 93rd oscars. Congratulations to all of our 1617 02:26:38,023 --> 02:26:41,024 nominees and winners. There's nothing like celebrating 1618 02:26:41,059 --> 02:26:45,095 our movie love together. My name is questlove, it's been 1619 02:26:45,130 --> 02:26:49,099 an honor to be your musical director tonight. 1620 02:26:49,134 --> 02:26:50,801 Stay tuned for "oscars after dark." 1621 02:26:50,836 --> 02:26:56,273 good night. [ applause ] 1622 02:27:05,984 --> 02:27:09,686 >> air transportation for the academy awards provided by delta 1623 02:27:09,721 --> 02:27:13,790 airlines. Led walls provided in part by 1624 02:27:13,826 --> 02:27:19,229 senovva. Closed captioning 1625 02:27:19,264 --> 02:27:54,431 sponsored by google ♪ 1626 02:27:55,467 --> 02:28:22,392 ♪ ♪ 146410

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