This is the complete list of the winners of the Oscar Awards 2022

The 94th edition of the Academy Awards has distributed its awards to the best in cinema. The actress Ariana DeBose and the Spanish Alberto Mielgo, among the many winners.

In a ceremony full of beauty, glamor and a lot of talent, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awarded the Oscars to the best in Hollywood. The gala for the 94th edition took place this Sunday, March 27, at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, United States.

The artist Beyoncé was in charge of opening the 94th edition of the Academy Awards in Hollywood with a musical video performance that gave way to the official presentation of the gala.

This year Amy Schumer, Regina Hall and Wanda Sykes were the conductors of the ceremony. Photo /AFP

This year the ceremony has empowered women, since three spectacular celebrities are in charge of hosting: Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes, who have added a touch of enthusiasm to the night.

For his part, one of the first winners of the night was the Spanish Alberto Mielgo who for “The Windshield Wiper” won the statuette for best animated short film at the 94th Oscars; an award to which the Chilean director Hugo Covarrubias also aspired with “Bestia”.

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Likewise, the soundtrack of “Dune”, the work of Hans Zimmer, met the forecasts and took home the Oscar in this category in which the Spanish Alberto Iglesias (“Parallel Mothers”) and the Californian with Mexican roots also competed. Germaine Franco (“Charm”).

American actress Ariana DeBose ran with her luck and managed to win the statuette for Best Supporting Actress for “West Side Story”. The Hispanic got the Oscar thanks to her role as Anita de Ella in “West Side Story”, the new version of the iconic 1961 musical now brought to the big screen by Steven Spielberg.

Wesley Snipes (L), Rosie Perez (C) and Woody Harrelson, a multi-ethnic trio. Photo / AFP

The film “Duna” has been one of the most awarded so far this night with six categories won. It has been credited: Best Original Score, Best Production Design, Best Editing, Best Sound, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects,

The statuette for Best Makeup and Hairstyle went to “The Eyes of Tammy Faye.” Likewise, Best Animated Short Film went to “The Windshield Wiper”; Best Documentary Short Film went to “The Queen Of Basketball”; and Best Fiction Short Film is for “The Long Goodbye”.

For its part, “Encanto”, the Disney film inspired by Colombian culture, won the Oscar for Best Animated Film. and the Colombian singer Sebastián Yatra had the opportunity to pay tribute to him singing “Dos oruguitas”.

Byron Howard, Clark Spencer, Yvett Merino and Jared Bush(L) from the movie “Charm”. Photo / AFP

Yatra said that at the Oscar ceremony “there is a lot of fulfillment, but they also let you be and let you flow” and everything is done “with so much love and so much passion, that’s why they achieve that kind of presentations, that’s why the magic of cinema, because the number one component is the love for these projects

Sebastián Yatra doing honors to the movie “Encanto”. Photo /AFP

The gala gets more and more exciting, especially when Troy Kotsur wins Best Supporting Actor for the film “CODA”, a film about hearing disabilities. It should be noted that the American actor is also deaf, so when he went up to receive the statuette and when he finished his speech, the people in the auditorium stood up and made the sign of applause for those who did not listen.

Troy Kotsur with his Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. Photo / AFP

Troy marks a historic event by winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role in “CODA” as he becomes, at 53 years old, the second deaf person to win this recognition, after his partner in this flim Marlee Matlin, who achieved it in 1987 with “Children of a Lesser God”.

On the other hand, the Japanese film “Drive My Car” won the Oscar for Best International Film. Also competing in this category were “Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom” (“Bhutan”), “Flee” (Denmark), “The Hand of God” (Italy) and “The Worst Person in the World” (Norway).

Japanese director Ryusuke Hamaguchi receiving the Oscar for the film “Drive My Car”. Photo / AFP

This was the message that the Academy made about Ukraine: “We ask you to support Ukraine in any way you can. #TOsupportAUkraine”.

The message that the Academy sent about Ukraine. Photo / AFP

Next, Kenneth Branagh won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for “Belfast”. While Best Adapted Screenplay went to Sian Heder for “CODA.”

In addition, “Cruella” was credited with the statuette for Best Costume Design. And Best Makeup and Hairstyling went to “Tammy Faye’s Eyes”.

The category for Best Documentary Feature Film went to “Summer of Soul (…or, when the revolution not be televised)”.

American singer Billie Eilish, 20, won an Oscar for her song “No Time To Die.” The singer-songwriter is currently the youngest singer to perform one of the songs from the mythical saga of the English agent.

For her part, actress Jane Campion beat the men in the category for Best Direction, where she was the only woman nominated and managed to win the statuette for “The Power of the Dog.”

Billie Eilish and Finneas receiving their Oscars. Photo / AFP

Actor Will Smith caused a tense moment during the award show after he got up from his seat to slap actor Chris Rock in the face, as the comedian made a rude joke about Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett.

Will Smith after receiving his Oscar shed some tears. Photo / AFP

The best actors of the year are Will Smith for “King Richard”, who cried when thanking the statuette, and Jessica Chastain for “The Eyes of Tammy Faye”. Both debut as actors, after winning Best Actor and Best Leading Actress, respectively.

And the gala culminated with one of the most anticipated categories: “Best Film of the Year”, which was awarded to “CODA”. This film managed to be the best film of the 94th edition of the Hollywood Academy Awards, which was held this Sunday, March 27, at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.