The Academy Awards, now in its 87th edition, began with a refreshing Broadway musical number led by host Neil Patrick Harris, as well as Anna Kendrick and comedian Jack Black.
The Hotel Budapest and Birdman films were the big winners of the night, with four Oscars each.
Curiously, the award for the Best Animated Film was Disney’s Big Hero 6, in which Genesis Rodriguez is the voice of the heroine, Honey Lemon.
Best film: Birdman, where a famous actor for playing an iconic superhero, fights for mounting a Broadway play.
Best Director: Birdman, starring michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Edward Norton, Andrea Riseborough, Zach Galifianakis, Naomi Watts and Amy Ryan.
Best Actor: Redmayne, the history of the physicist Stephen Hawking and Jane Wilde, the student of literature, who fell in love while the studying at Cambridge.
Best actress: Julianne, she plays the linguist Alice Howland, a woman given to his family and to his career, which is losing everything that has built in life because of Aizheimer.
Best Supporting Actor: Simons, in Whiplash encarna Terence Fletcher, a music teacher willing to anything to get the best from their students.
Best Supporting Actress: Patricia, actress wins with his role in the film Boyhood, in his speech defended equal rights for women.
Best foreign film: Ida, this is the story of ida, the novice an orphan in Poland who discovers he was born into a family of Jewish and partly in search of his past.
Best animated film: Big Hero 6, hiro uses his friend more intimate, a robot named Baymax, and transformed the group into a band of heroes of latest technology.