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List Of Oscar Winners 2011: Did Your Favorites Win?

list of oscar winners 2011

List of Oscar Winners 2011

Have you seen the complete list of Oscar winners 2011? If not, it’s posted for you below. With the way that most of the big awards shows have gone this season, the Oscar winners last night were actually quite predictable. Did your favorites win in each category?

Natalie Portman definitely deserved to win Best Actress for her role in Black Swan. Didn’t her baby bump look stunning in that purple frock? Other Oscar shoe-ins included Christian Bale for Best Supporting Actor, and The King’s Speech for Best Picture 2011.

Here is the complete list of Oscar Winners 2011:

Best Picture 2011:

The King’s Speech

Best Actor:

Colin Firth, The King’s Speech

Best Actress:

Natalie Portman, Black Swan

Actor in a Supporting Role:

Christian Bale, The Fighter

Actress in a Supporting Role:

Melissa Leo, The Fighter

Director:

Tom Hooper, The King’s Speech

Original Screenplay:

David Seidler, The King’s Speech

Adapted Screenplay:

Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network

Animated Feature Film:

Toy Story 3

Foreign-Language Film:

In a Better World (Denmark)

Documentary Feature:

Inside Job

Art Direction:

Alice in Wonderland

Cinematography: Inception

Film Editing:

The Social Network

Costume Design:

Alice in Wonderland

Original Song:

“We Belong Together” (Toy Story 3), music and lyrics by Randy Newman

Original Score:

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, The Social Network

Animated Short:

The Lost Thing

Documentary Short:

Strangers No More

Live Action Short:

God of Love

Makeup:

The Wolfman

Sound Editing:

Inception

Sound Mixing:

Inception

Visual Effects:

Inception

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