oscar winners 2013

Another over-long, self-aggrandizing paean to itself is over, and today we're blearily cleaning up after last night's party, washing dishes still thick with themed leftovers (12 Years a Beer, Filotomena, Star Trek into Meatloaf), wondering what actually happened. And why.
After the Oscar winners accept their awards and deal with the TV people, they come to the Press Room and answer questions from the written press, radio and international media. Here are my five favorite backstage comments of the night.
Jennifer Lawrence fields questions form the press about her taking a tumble during the Oscars.
Griffith wasn't alone, of course: As Zap2it notes, many other famous faces were left off the Oscars In Memoriam segment on
3. Animated Feature Film: "Brave." 4. Cinematography: "Life of Pi." This year's Oscars were hosted by Seth MacFarlane and
15. Editing: "Argo." 12. Sound Mixing: "Les Miserables." The Oscar broadcast included performances by Adele and Barbra Streisand
11. Foreign Language Film: "Amour." More information about winners and performances can be found in the live blog below the
The Academy Awards suddenly turned into the Michelle Obama Oscars when Jack Nicholson told the audience a special guest was
Note: A full list of winners will be added to this post at the conclusion of the awards. In the interim, the live blog below
The first Academy Awards show was held on May 16, 1929. With tickets costing $5, the awards celebrated the films of 1927