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King's Speech rules at Oscar 2011

hollywood Updated: Feb 28, 2011 10:54 IST
Amrah.Ashraf
Amrah.Ashraf
Hindustan Times
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The King's Speech swept the top honours at the 83rd Academy Awards with four trophies (Best Motion Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Actor in a Lead Role).

In the Best Motion Picture Category, The King's Speech left behind Black Swan, The Fighter, Inception, The Kids Are All Right, 127 Hours, The Social Network, Toy Story 3, True Grit and Winter's Bone.

Director Tom Hooper and lead actor Colin Firth also bagged the prestegious Best Director and Best Actor (Male) respectively for The King's Speech.

The film also bagged the award for the Best Original Screenplay.

The other top winners of the evening were Inception with 4 trophies (Achievement in Cinematography, Achievement in Sound Mixing, Achievement in Sound Editing and Achievement in Visual Effects), The Social Network with 3 trophies (Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Score and Achievement in Film Editing).

Two times Academy Award winner AR Rahman, who was nominated for Best Original Song and Best Original Score, lost out on both the trophies.

Here's a look at the complete list of winners.

Alice in Wonderland wins Oscar for Achievement in Art Direction.

Inception wins Oscar for Achievement in Cinematography.

Melissa Leo for wins Oscar Supporting Actress award for her role in Fighter.

The Lost Thing wins Oscar for the Best Animated Short Film.

Toy Story 3 wins Oscars for the Best Animated Feature Film.

Social Network wins Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.

King's Speech wins Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.

In a Better World from Denmark wins Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.

Christian Bale wins Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for The Fighter.

Social Network wins Oscar for Best Original Score.

Inception wins Oscar for Achievement in Sound Mixing.

Inception wins Oscar for Achievement in Sound Editing.

The Wolf Man wins Oscars for Achievement in Make up.

Alice in Wonderland wins Oscar for Achievement in Costume Design.

Strangers No More wins Oscar for Documentary Short Subject

God of Love wins Oscar for Best Live Action Film

Inside Job wins Oscar for Best Documentary Feature

Inception wins Oscars for Achievement in Visual Effects

Social Network wins Oscar for Achievement in Film Editing



We Belong Together wins Oscar for Original Song
Tom Hooper wins Oscars for Achievement in Directing for King's Speech Natalie Portman wins Oscar for Actress in Leading Role for Black Swan Colin Firth wins Oscar for Actor in Lead Role for King's Speech The King's Speech wins Oscar for Best Picture