Ganadores de la estatuilla en su 93º edición.
Winners of the 93rd edition of the Oscars. Photo: The Oscars.

Who were the winners at the 2021 Oscars?

Check out the full list of winners at the 93rd Oscars, a very different ceremony due to the pandemic.


Empowering Latino Stories

September 29th, 2023

Keeping His Legacy Alive

September 1st, 2023

Latino Filmmakers in NY

September 1st, 2023

A Story You Can Not Miss

August 17th, 2023

Supporting Latino Creatives

August 11th, 2023

Rising Black Stars

August 10th, 2023

A Latino Hero In Action

August 9th, 2023


In the last year and with the different awards previously celebrated in the film industry, the expectations around the Oscars ceremony have been enormous. 

Many of the criticisms were due to the lack of diversity and representation of these awards. Probably due to the historical moment in which we find ourselves, we miss and feel the need to find ourselves more and more reflected in those cultural products we consume.

If we look at the history of the awards, much progress has been made in this path of real representation in the industry. Not only because diversity has been included in the awards, but above all because it has been demanded. In 2015, #OscarsSoWhite were trending on Twitter after the announcement that all 20 acting nominees were white. Today, Latinos, Asians, Afro-descendants, the lgtb community, indigenous people and people with diverse abilities are increasingly finding their space in the film industry.

This year, among the highlights have been the winners who represent  for the first time a community normally off the Oscar's radar

Chinese director Chloé Zhao, who became the first Asian woman and only the second woman in the award's history to be recognized for her directing work; Yuh-Jung Youn became the first South Korean to win an Oscar in an acting category; although this would be his second Oscar, at 83, Hopkins became the oldest actor to win an Oscar on Sunday; Mia Neal and Jamika Wilson are the first black women to win an Oscar in the hair and makeup category for their work on Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.

Here is the list of winners of the 93rd edition of the Oscars:

Best Film

  • Nomadland

Best Actress

  • Frances McDormand - Nomadland

Best Actor

  • Anthony Hopkins - The Father

Best Support Actress

  • Yuh-Jung Youn - Minari

Best Support Actress

  • Daniel Kaluuya - Judas and the Black Messiah

Best Director

  • Nomadland - Chloé Zhao

Best original script

  • Promising Young Woman - Emerald Fennell

Best Adapted Script

  • The Father - Christopher Hampton, Florian Zeller

Best Animated Film

  • Soul

Best Documentary Film

  • My Octopus Teacher - Pippa Ehrlich, James Reed and Craig Foster

Best International Feature

Best Original Song

  • "Fight For You" - Judas and the Black Messiah (H.E.R., Dernst Emile II and Tiara Thomas)

Best Original Score

  • Soul - Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Jon Batiste

Best Cinematography

  • Mank - Erik Messerschmidt

Best Visual Effects

  • Tenet - Andrew Jackson, David Lee, Andrew Lockley and Scott Fisher

Best Film Editing

  • Sound of Metal - Mikkel EG Nielsen

Best Costume Design

  • Ma Rainey's Black Bottom - Ann Roth

Best Sound

  • Sound of Metal - Nicolas Becker, Jaime Baksht, Michelle Couttolenc, Carlos Cortés and Phillip Bladh

Best Production Design

  • Mank - Donald Graham Burt and Jan Pascale

Best Make-up and Hairstyle

  • Ma Rainey's Black Bottom - Sergio Lopez-Rivera, Mia Neal and Jamika Wilson

Best Action Short Film

  • Two Distant Strangers - Travon Free and Martin Desmond Roe

Best Animated Short Film

  • If Anything Happens I Love You - Will McCormack and Michael Govier

Best Short Documentary

  • Colette - Anthony Giacchino and Alice Doyard


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