Monday, 8 March 2010
She did it
It was a mighty haul, although quite how its director of photography Barry Ackroyd lost the Best Cinematography Award to Avatar I shall never know, especially considering so much of Avatar was created in the computer. That's just plain wrong if you ask me.
There were few surprises to be had, in all honesty, with Precious' Geoffrey Fletcher winning for Best Adapted Screenplay perhaps the biggest, beating Up In The Air, and El Secreto De Sus Ojos triumphing over A Prophet and White Ribbon in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
I was thrilled that Up won Best Animated Feature and Michael Giaccchino picked up the Best Music Oscar for the film, but don't get me started on Carey and Colin.
Then again, there's always next year...
Click here for the full list of winners.