Oscars 2016: Winners’ room
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Oscars 2016: Winners’ room

Mark Rylance, left, Brie Larson, Leonardo DiCaprio and Alicia Vikander in the winners room.

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Songwriter Jimmy Napes, left, and singer Sam Smith won the original song Oscar for “Writing’s on the Wall” for the film “Spectre.”

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Brie Larson with her Oscar for lead actress for the film “Room.”

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Alejandro G. Inarritu with his Oscar for directing for the film “The Revenant.”

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Alicia Vikander won the supporting actress Oscar for her role in “The Danish Girl.”

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Leonardo DiCaprio with his lead actor Oscar for “The Revenant.”

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Production designers Colin Gibson and Lisa Thompson celebrate winning the production design Oscar for their work on “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

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Ennio Morricone, 87, won the Oscar for original score for “The Hateful Eight.”

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Hungarian director Laszlo Nemes won the Oscar for foreign language film for “Son of Saul.”

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Mark Rylance displays his Academy Award for his supporting role in “Bridge of Spies.”

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Directors James Gay-Rees, left, and Asif Kapadia take home an Academy Award for their documentary feature “Amy” about late singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse.

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Director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy holds her Oscar for documentary short subject. Her winning film, “A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness,” is about honor killings in Pakistan.

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Gabriel Osorio, left, and Pato Escala win the Academy Award for animated short film for their film “Bear Story.” Their win is the first win for their country, Chile.

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Emmanuel Lubezki wins the Academy Award for cinematography for this work in “The Revenant.” He is photographed with the presenter of the award, actress Rachel McAdams.

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“Inside Out” producer Jonas Rivera, left, and director Pete Docter take home the Oscar for animated feature.

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Margaret Sixel holds her Oscar for film editing for her work in “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

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The winning visual effects team for “Ex Machina,” from left, Mark Ardington, Paul Norris, Sara Bennett and Andrew Whitehurst.

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Winning “Mad Max: Fury Road” sound editors Mark Mangini, left, and David White, right, pose with actor Chris Evans, who presented the award.

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“Mad Max: Fury Road” makeup and hairstyling winners Damian Martin, second from left, Lesley Vanderwalt and Elka Wardega stand with the awards presenters, actors Margot Robbie and Jared Leto.

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“Mad Max: Fury Road” costume designer Jenny Beavan holds her Academy Award. She is photographed with Cate Blanchett, who presented the award.

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“The Big Short’s” writers Adam McKay, left, and writer Charles Randolph win the adapted screenplay category. McKay also directed the film.

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“Spotlight” writers Josh Singer, left, and Tom McCarthy win for original screenplay. McCarthy also directed.

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