Who won at the Oscars 2022? Full list of winners

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Coda won Best Picture at the The 94th Academy Awards. The 2022 Oscars also honoured Will Smith, Jessica Chastain, Troy Kotsur and Ariana DeBose with acting awards.

Sir Kenneth Branagh won Best Original Screenplay, No Time To Die took home Best Original Song for Billie Eilish and Finneas, while Riz Ahmed won the best short film (live action) award. Sci-fi epic Dune won six awards in total, including Best Original Score and Production Design.

It was a night of high drama though, and will be remembered for Best Actor winner Will Smith storming the stage to slap Chris Rock for making a joke about his wife Jada's hair.

Here's the full list of winners of the 2022 Oscars.

Kenneth Branagh, Sian Heder, Will Smith and Billie Eilish were among the winners at the 2022 Oscars (Getty)
Kenneth Branagh, Sian Heder, Will Smith and Billie Eilish were among the winners at the 2022 Oscars (Getty)

Best Picture

Emilia Jones and Marlee Matlin in “CODA,” now streaming on Apple TV+.
Emilia Jones and Marlee Matlin in “CODA,” now streaming on Apple TV+.

Apple became the first streaming platform to win the coveted Best Picture award with Coda, a film about a young girl with a deaf family who dreams of becoming a singer.

The heart-warming movie, directed by Sian Heder, also triumphed at the Sundance Film Festival, where it won top prize and became the biggest acquisition in the festival’s history after Apple TV+ picked it up for 25 million US dollars.

The film won all three Oscars that it was nominated for: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor.

WINNER: CODA

Belfast

Don't Look Up

Drive My Car

Dune

King Richard

Licorice Pizza

Nightmare Alley

The Power of the Dog

West Side Story

Best Directing

New Zealand director Jane Campion accepts the award for Best Director for
New Zealand director Jane Campion accepts the award for Best Director for "The Power of the Dog" (AFP via Getty Images)

Jane Campion became the third woman to win a best director Oscar, taking the award for The Power Of The Dog.

WINNER: Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog

Paul Thomas Anderson, Licorice Pizza

Kenneth Branagh, Belfast

Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, Drive My Car

Steven Spielberg, West Side Story

Best Actor

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: Will Smith accepts the Actor in a Leading Role award for ‘King Richard’ onstage during the 94th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 27, 2022 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)
Will Smith accepts the Actor in a Leading Role award for ‘King Richard’ onstage during the 94th Annual Academy Awards. (Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)

Will Smith apologised after appearing to hit Chris Rock on stage at the Oscars, using his best actor acceptance speech to say: “I want to apologise to the Academy, I want to apologise to all my fellow nominees.”

“This is a beautiful moment and I’m not crying for winning an award, it’s not about winning an award for me, it’s about being able to shine a light on all of the people.”

He continued: “Art imitates life, I look like the crazy father, just like they said about Richard Williams, but love will make you do crazy things.”

After paying tribute to his mother and his family he added: “Thank you for this honour, thank you for this moment…I hope the Academy invites me back.”

WINNER: Will Smith, King Richard

Javier Bardem, Being the Ricardos

Benedict Cumberbatch, The Power of the Dog

Andrew Garfield, Tick, Tick...Boom!

Denzel Washington, The Tragedy of Macbeth

Best Actress

US actress Jessica Chastain accepts the award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in
US actress Jessica Chastain accepts the award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" (AFP via Getty Images)

Jessica Chastain appeared to address the so-called Don’t Say Gay bill in Florida as she accepted her best actress Oscar for The Eyes Of Tammy Faye.

She said: “Right now we are coming out of some difficult times that have been filled with trauma and isolation.

“So many people out there feel hopelessness and they feel alone and suicide is a leading cause of death in the United States, it has touched many families, it has touched mine, and especially members of the LGBTQ community who oftentimes feel out of place with their peers.

“We are faced with discriminatory and bigoted legislation that is sweeping our country with the only goal of further dividing us. There is violence and hate crimes being perpetrated on innocent civilians all over the world.”

She added: “For any of you out there who do feel hopeless or alone I want you to know you are unconditionally loved for the uniqueness that is you.”

WINNER: Jessica Chastain, The Eyes of Tammy Faye

Olivia Colman, The Lost Daughter

Penélope Cruz, Parallel Mothers

Nicole Kidman, Being The Ricardos

Kristen Stewart, Spencer

Best Supporting Actor

Troy Kotsur, winner of the award for best performance by an actor in a supporting role for
Troy Kotsur, winner of the award for best performance by an actor in a supporting role for "CODA" (Getty/Invision/AP)

Troy Kotsur revealed he had wanted to teach US president Joe Biden “dirty sign language” as he accepted the Oscar for best supporting actor.

The actor won for his role in Sian Heder’s Coda, and is the first deaf male to win an Academy Award.

Speaking on stage alongside an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter, he paid tribute to Heder, his father and his family, and expressed gratitude that the film had 'reached out worldwide'.

He also praised the “wonderful deaf theatre stages, where I was given the opportunity to develop my craft as an actor”.

WINNER: Troy Kotsur - CODA

Ciaran Hinds - Belfast

Jesse Plemons - The Power of the Dog

JK Simmons - Being The Ricardos

Kodi Smit-McPhee - The Power of the Dog

Best Supporting Actress

Ariana DeBose accepts the award for best performance by an actress in a supporting role for
Ariana DeBose accepts the award for best performance by an actress in a supporting role for "West Side Story" at the Oscars. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Ariana DeBose said her best supporting win was proof that “dreams do come true” as she accepted the Oscar for best supporting actress.

The actress won for her turn as Anita in Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story.

In her acceptance speech she said: “Now you see why Anita says I want to be in America because even in this weary world that we live in dreams do come true and that’s a heartening thing right now.”

WINNER: Ariana DeBose – West Side Story

Jessie Buckley – The Lost Daughter

Judi Dench – Belfast

Kirsten Dunst – The Power Of The Dog

Aunjanue Ellis – King Richard

Best Original Screenplay

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: Kenneth Branagh accepts the Writing (Original Screenplay) award for ‘Belfast’ onstage during the 94th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 27, 2022 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)
Kenneth Branagh accepts the Writing (Original Screenplay) award for ‘Belfast’ onstage during the 94th Annual Academy Awards. (Getty Images)

Sir Kenneth Branagh won the best original screenplay Oscar for Belfast.

Collecting the statue, he said: “This is an enormous honour for my family and a great tribute to an amazing city and fantastic people.”

He added: “This story is the search for joy and hope in the fact of violence and loss.

“We lost some people along the way.”

WINNER: Belfast, Written by Kenneth Branagh

Don't Look Up, Screenplay by Adam McKay; Story by Adam McKay & David Sirota

King Richard, Written by Zach Baylin

Licorice Pizza, Written by Paul Thomas Anderson

The Worst Person In The World, Written by Eskil Vogt, Joachim Trier

Best Adapted Screenplay

US writer and filmmaker Sian Heder accepts the award for Best Adapted Screenplay for
US writer and filmmaker Sian Heder accepts the award for Best Adapted Screenplay for "CODA". (AFP via Getty Images)

Sian Heder won the best adapted screenplay Oscar for Coda.

The director said the experience had been “truly life-changing” and thanked members of the deaf community for being her “teachers” throughout the process.

Concluding her speech she thanked her onstage ASL interpreter and embraced her.

WINNER: CODA, Screenplay by Siân Heder

Drive My Car, Screenplay by Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Takamasa Oe

Dune, Screenplay by Jon Spaihts and Denis Villeneuve and Eric Roth

The Lost Daughter, Written by Maggie Gyllenhaal

The Power Of The Dog, Written by Jane Campion

Best Animated Feature Film

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: (L-R) Byron Howard, Clark Spencer, Yvett Merino and Jared Bush, winners of Animated Feature Film award for
(L-R) Byron Howard, Clark Spencer, Yvett Merino and Jared Bush, winners of Animated Feature Film award for "Encanto". (Momodu Mansaray/WireImage)

Disney's Encanto won the Oscar for best animated feature.

Producer Yvett Merino said: “I’m so proud to be part of a film that puts beautiful diverse characters front and centre and that people are seeing themselves in the film.”

WINNER: Encanto

Flee

Luca

The Mitchells Vs. The Machines

Raya And The Last Dragon

Best International Feature Film

HOLLYWOOD, CA - March 27, 2022.  Director Ryusuke Hamaguchi accepts the award for Best International Feature Film for
Director Ryusuke Hamaguchi accepts the award for Best International Feature Film for "Drive My Car" (Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

WINNER: Drive My Car

Flee

The Hand of God

Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom

The Worst Person in the World

Best Documentary Feature

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: (L-R) Joseph Patel, Ahmir
(L-R) Joseph Patel, Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, Robert Fyvolent and David Dinerstein, winners of Documentary (Feature) award for ‘Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)’ (Getty Images)

WINNER: Summer Of Soul (...Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Ascension

Attica

Flee

Writing With Fire

Best Documentary Short Subject

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: Canadian Director Ben Proudfoot, winner of the Oscar for Documentary Short Subject,
Canadian Director Ben Proudfoot, winner of the Oscar for Documentary Short Subject, "The Queen of Basketball," (Momodu Mansaray/WireImage)

WINNER: The Queen Of Basketball

Audible

Lead Me Home

Three Songs For Benazir

When We Were Bullies

Best Live Action Short Film

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: (L-R) Riz Ahmed and Aneil Karia, winners of Best Live Action Short Film
(L-R) Riz Ahmed and Aneil Karia, winners of Best Live Action Short Film "The Long Goodbye" (Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

Riz Ahmed reflected on the “role of the story” during an acceptance speech for the best short film (live action) at this year’s Oscars.

The actor and musician, 39, took to the stage during the star-studded ceremony in Los Angeles to accept the award for The Long Goodbye.

The 11-minute film, directed and co-written by Aneil Karia, who joined him on stage, which is also co-written and stars Ahmed, tracks a family who are preparing for a wedding celebration when “the events unfolding in the outside world arrive suddenly on their doorstep”.

WINNER: The Long Goodbye

Ala Kachuu- Take and Run

The Dress

On My Mind

Please Hold

Best Animated Short Film

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: (L-R) Leo Sanchez Barbosa and Alberto Mielgo accept the Animated Short Film Award for 'The Windshield Wiper' onstage during the 94th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 27, 2022 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)
(L-R) Leo Sanchez Barbosa and Alberto Mielgo accept the Animated Short Film Award for 'The Windshield Wiper'. (Getty Images)

WINNER: The Windshield Wiper

Affairs Of The Art

Bestia

Boxballet

Robin Robin

Best Original Score

Zendaya and Timothee Chalamet in Dune (Warner Bros.)
Zendaya and Timothee Chalamet in Dune (Warner Bros.)

WINNER: Dune

Don't Look Up

Encanto

Parallel Mothers

The Power Of The Dog

Best Original Song

US singer-songwriter Finneas O'Connell (L) and US singer-songwriter Billie Eilish accept the award for Best Music (Original Song) for
Finneas O'Connell (L) and US singer-songwriter Billie Eilish accept the award for Best Music (Original Song) for "No Time to Die" (AFP via Getty Images)

Billie Eilish and Finneas won an Oscar for her song No Time To Die from the James Bond film of the same name. It's the third James Bond film in a row to scoop the honour.

WINNER: No Time to Die, No Time to Die

Be Alive, King Richard

Dos Oruguitas, Encanto

Down to Joy, Belfast

Somehow You Do, Four Good Days

Best Sound

Dune sound team Doug Hemphill, Theo Green, Mark Mangini, Ron Barlett, and Mac Ruth in the press room during the 94th Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on March 27, 2022. (Photo by Frederic J. Brown / AFP) (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images)
Dune sound team Doug Hemphill, Theo Green, Mark Mangini, Ron Barlett, and Mac Ruth in the press room during the 94th Oscars (AFP via Getty Images)

WINNER: Dune

Belfast

No Time To Die

The Power Of The Dog

West Side Story

Best Production Design

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: (L-R) Canadian Production Designer Patrice Vermette and Hungarian-American Set Decorator Zsuzsanna Sipos, winners of the Oscar for Best Production Design for “Dune,
(L-R) Canadian Production Designer Patrice Vermette and Hungarian-American Set Decorator Zsuzsanna Sipos, winners of the Oscar for Best Production Design for “Dune". (Mansaray/WireImage)

WINNER: Dune

Nightmare Alley

The Power of the Dog

The Tragedy of Macbeth

West Side Story

Best Cinematography

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: In this handout photo provided by A.M.P.A.S., Greig Fraser, winner of the Oscar for Cinematography for ‘Dune’, is seen backstage during the 94th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 27, 2022 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Al Seib/A.M.P.A.S. via Getty Images)
Greig Fraser, winner of the Oscar for Cinematography for ‘Dune’. (A.M.P.A.S. via Getty Images)

WINNER: Dune

Nightmare Alley

The Power of the Dog

The Tragedy of Macbeth

West Side Story

Best Makeup and Hairstyling

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: (L-R) Make-up artists, Stephanie Ingram, Justin Raleigh and Linda Dowds, winners of the Oscar for Makeup and Hairstyling for “The Eyes of Tammy Faye”, pose in the press room during the 94th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on March 27, 2022 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)
(L-R) Make-up artists, Stephanie Ingram, Justin Raleigh and Linda Dowds, winners of the Oscar for Makeup and Hairstyling for “The Eyes of Tammy Faye”. (Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

WINNER: The Eyes Of Tammy Faye

Coming 2 America

Cruella

Dune

House Of Gucci

Best Costume Design

Emma Stone as Cruella in Disney’s live-action CRUELLA. Photo by Laurie Sparham. © 2021 Disney Enterprises Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Emma Stone as Cruella in Disney's live-action CRUELLA. Photo by Laurie Sparham. (© 2021 Disney Enterprises Inc)

WINNER: Cruella

Cyrano

Dune

Nightmare Alley

West Side Story

Best Film Editing

Don't Look Up

WINNER: Dune

King Richard

The Power of the Dog

Tick, Tick...BOOM!

Best Visual Effects

Spider-Man: No Way Home (Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios)
Spider-Man: No Way Home (Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios)

WINNER: Dune

Free Guy

No Time to Die

Shang-Chi

Spider-Man: No Way Home

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