Who won what at the 2016 Oscars?

  • 29 February 2016
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The biggest film awards in the world, the Oscars, produced some big British winners and top prizes for kids films too in Los Angeles, USA, on Sunday night.

Inside Out won the Oscar for best animated film beating Anomalisa, Boy and the World, Shaun the Sheep Movie and When Marnie Was There.

British actor Mark Rylance won the best supporting actor Oscar for his role in Bridge of Spies, with fellow Briton Sam Smith winning best original song.

Spotlight took home the best picture Oscar with Mad Max: Fury Road picking up the most awards of the night, with six prizes.

This year's Oscars ceremony had been criticised by some Hollywood actors protesting about the lack of diversity among this year's nominees, as all 20 nominees in the best acting or supporting acting categories are white.

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Image caption Winners crowded on to the stage at the end of the ceremony
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Image caption The winners of the four main acting awards were (left to right) British actor Mark Rylance, Brie Larson, Leonardo DiCaprio and Alicia Vikander
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Image caption Actor Leonardo DiCaprio finally won his first Oscar for survival epic The Revenant, after getting six nominations in the past and not winning
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Image caption Sam Smith and music producer Jimmy Napes backstage after winning the Oscars for best original song for Bond theme tune The Writing's On The Wall
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Image caption Star Wars A-listers BB-8, R2-D2 and C-3PO took centre stage at Sunday's ceremony
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Image caption Lady Gaga received a standing ovation for her performance during the awards ceremony
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Image caption British costume designer Jenny Beavan was presented with her Oscar, the second she has ever won, by actress Cate Blanchett

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