Oppenheimer's Big Bang at the Oscars

Christopher Nolan's film 'Oppenheimer' received seven awards in the 96th Academy Awards (Oscars).
Oppenheimer's Big Bang at the Oscars

The 96th Academy Awards (Oscars) event took place on Monday at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre. Christopher Nolan's film 'Oppenheimer' received seven awards, including Best Film. The film garnered several honours, including Best Director Christopher Nolan, Best Actor Chilean Murphy, Best Supporting Actor Robert Downey Jr., Best Film Editing, Best Sound, Best Cinematography, and Best Original Music. 

Meanwhile, Emma Stone received the Best Actress Award for her role in 'Poor Things'. 'Poor Things' boasts best costumes and decorations, and it also received the Production Design Award. Devine Joy Randolph received the Best Supporting Actress award for her performance in 'The Holdover'. 

Jonathan Glazer's 'The Zone of Interest' beat out Miyabaki and Tombio Bookie's The Boy and the Heron for the best animation feature award. The best documentary award went to Ukraine's war-based film '20 Days in Maripol'.

'Anatomy of a Fall' (Justin Triet and Arthur Harari) received the Best Original Information Screenplay award, while 'American Fiction' (Cord Jefferson) received the Best Adapted Screenplay honour.