13 MARCH 2023

10 Amazing Stats From Oscars 2023


The 95th OSCARS

The 95th Academy Awards ceremony was held on Sunday (Monday morning in India), March 12th, 2023, and was full of history-making moments. 

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broken records

From foreign-language songs to female screenwriters, to films breaking records left and right, this year's Oscars was one for the books...

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Naatu Naatu

"Naatu Naatu," won Best Original Song, making it the fourth foreign-language song to take home the award. 

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the elephant whisperers

The Elephant Whisperers winning Best Documentary Short marks the third time in the last seven years that Netflix has won this category.

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women talking

Sarah Polley winning Adapted Screenplay for Women Talking marked the first time in Oscar history that women have won in the category in back-to-back years.

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the whale

The Whale won both Best Actor and Best Makeup and Hairstyling, making it the fourth film to achieve this feat after Amadeus, Dallas Buyers Club and Darkest Hour.

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sound-editing trend break

This year, for the first time in a decade, no film won both Best Film Editing and a Best Sound category. 

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john williams

Composer John Williams set yet another record with his 22nd straight loss (though he's already won five and been nominated 53 times)

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empty handed

The Banshees of Inisherin, Elvis, The Fabelmans, Tár, Babylon, The Batman, Triangle of Sadness, and Living collectively won zero Oscars despite a total of 41 noms.

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asian history at the oscars

Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan make Oscar history as the first two Asian actors to win in the same year.

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dynamic duo

Directing duo Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert also made history, becoming only the third duo to win Best Director after West Side Story and No Country For Old Men.

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everything everywhere sweep

Everything Everywhere All at Once also made history by becoming the first film in Oscars history to win Best Picture and three awards for acting.

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