The 89th Academy Award Winners List In Full

Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 89th Academy Awards last night where ‘Moonlight’ won 3 awards, including the biggest prize of the night for ‘Best Picture’ and ‘Supporting Actor’. Director Damien Chazelle not only won an¬†incredible six Oscar wins for ‘La La Land’, but also became the youngest filmmaker to win an Oscar at 32 years old! . ‘Zootopia’ scooped up the award for ‘Best Animated Feature’ and ‘Jungle Book’ walked away with ‘Best Visual Effects’.¬†

Full list of winners:

Best Picture: Moonlight

Best Actress: Emma Stone (La La Land)

Best Actor: Casey Affleck  (Manchester by the Sea)

Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis  (Fences)

Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali  (Moonlight)

Best Director:¬†La La Land –¬†Damien Chazelle

Best Original Screenplay: Manchester by the Sea 

Best Adapted Screenplay: Moonlight РBarry Jenkins and Alvin McCraney

Best Original Score: La La Land РJustin Hurwitz

Best Original Song: La La Land РCity of Stars 

Best Visual Effects: The Jungle Book

Best Cinematography: La La Land

Best Costume Design: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Best Make-Up and Hairstyling: Suicide Squad

Best Film Editing: Hacksaw Ridge

Best Animated Feature: Zootopia

Best Production Design: La La Land

Best Documentary Feature: OJ: Made in America

Best Sound Editing: Arrival

Best Sound Mixing: Hacksaw Ridge

Best Animated Short: Piper

Best Documentary Short: The White Helmets

Best Live Action Short: Sing

Best Foreign Language Film: The Salesman 


How many of your Oscar guesses came true? Did any of the winners come as a surprise to you?

Written by Tom Sheffield

The Odysseys 2016: Save The Date

Awards season is coming to an end, with just two major events left to go; one is a little, unknown ceremony, and the other, is The Odysseys. If you watched the JumpCut UK Film Awards show last year, you’ll know that The Odysseys (as the show is now known) will be the most fun film awards show out there. The Odysseys is all about true film fans from all over the world coming together to celebrate the films that really mattered to the most important people in the industry – the fans!

Well, you’re all surely dying with excitement to see the show and find out who wins our prestigious awards, and we can now confirm that the show will be ready for you all to view from 7pm on¬†Sunday 19th February. So, clear your diary, because your Sunday evening entertainment is sorted. Look out for more details nearer the time, by keeping an eye on our Twitter.

The Full List Of EE British Academy Film Award Winners

Stephen Fry hosted the 70th British Academy Film Awards in London’s Royal Albet Hall and it’ll come as no surprise to many, ‘La La Land’ waltzed away with 5 BAFTA wins, including ‘Best Picture’, ‘Best Direction’, and ‘Best Original Music’.

The latest actor to step into the Spider-Man suit, Tom Holland, won the ‘Rising Star’ award which was voted for by the public. Casey Affleck walked away with ‘Best Leading Actor’ and Viola Davis collected her much deserved award for ‘Best Supporting Actress’. Former ‘Skins’ star, Dev Patel, won ‘Best Supporting Actor’ for his brilliant performance in ‘Lion’and ‘I, Daniel Blake’ took home the prize for ‘Outstanding British Film’.

Below you can find the full list of winners:

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The Oscar Nominations Are In! Here Are All The Nominees For This Year’s Academy Awards

The nominations for the 89th Academy Awards have just been announced and unsurpisingly, ‘La La Land’ lands the most nominations with a total of 14. Meryl Streep’s nomination for ‘Lead Actress’ means she is now the most nominated performer in the history of the Oscars!¬†

Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs was joined by Guillermo del Toro, Brie Larson, Dustin Lance Black, Glenn Close, Jennifer Hudson, and  a number of previous Oscar winners and nominees to present the awards via a live stream, which was pre-recorded. 

Jimmy Kimmel with host the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday 26th February.

Did any of your favourites from last year get snubbed? Are there any surprises to you in the nominations?

The nominations are as follows:

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The Odysseys 2016: Public Vote

Now is your chance to influence the results of some of the categories for The Odysseys 2016! Until the 7th January, you can vote for your winner of the “Guilty Pleasure Award”, the “Under The Radar Award” and the film which was the “Biggest Disappointment” of 2016.¬†

Click here to cast your votes. Thanks in advance for taking part!

The Odysseys 2016: Extra Categories

If you’re a part of our amazing Film Twitter community, you will have seen that we announced the nominees for our annual film awards show – The Odysseys 2016 -yesterday. If you missed them, click here to check them out.

Now, those were the serious categories, but here are three more categories that are a little bit more “fun”, if you will. Returning from last year, is the “Guilty Pleasure Award”, which is basically for the films you maybe shouldn’t¬†have enjoyed as much as you did. A new category for this year is the “Under The Radar Award”, for films which may have had a limited release and didn’t get the attention they deserve. And finally, the “Biggest Disappointment” is here to replace the “Worst Film” category.

These three categories will be open to a public vote, starting on the 1st January 2017 and closing on the 7th January 2017, so look out for the directions on how to vote tomorrow.


The Guilty Pleasure Award
Bad Moms
Gods Of Egypt
Me Before You
Under The Radar Award
Girl With All The Gifts
Hunt For The Wilderpeople
Midnight Special
Sing Street
Biggest Disappointment
Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice
Independence Day: Resurgence
Suicide Squad
X-Men: Apocalypse

The Odysseys 2016: The Nominees

Our annual film awards show has been given quite the makeover this year, with a new name and fancy new logo, but there’s more than simple, cosmetic updates to get excited about. This year our esteemed panel of critics and film fans has expanded to nearly 50 judges for the nomination process, and after weeks of arduous decision-making and vote counting, we have our nominees for The Odysseys 2016…¬†


Best Support Actress
Jennifer Jason Leigh (The Hateful Eight)
Jenna Malone (The Neon Demon)
Rachel McAdams (Spotlight)
Kate McKinnon (Ghostbusters)
Best Support Actor
Jeff Bridges (Hell Or High Water)
John Goodman (10 Cloverfield Lane)
Tom Hardy (The Revenant)
Sylvester Stallone (Creed)
Best Lead Actress
Amy Adams (Arrival)
Brie Larson (Room)
Alicia Vikander (The Danish Girl)
Mary Elizabeth Winstead (10 Cloverfield Lane)
Best Lead Actor
Leonardo DiCaprio (The Revenant)
Ben Foster (Hell Or High Water)
Michael B Jordan (Creed)
Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic)
Best Breakthrough Actor/Actress
Julian Dennison
Alden Ehrenreich
Sasha Lane
Jacob Tremblay
Best Director
Tom Ford (Nocturnal Animals)
Alejandro G Inarritu (The Revenant)
David McKenzie (Hell Or High Water)
Denis Villeneuve (Arrival)


Best Original Story
10 Cloverfield Lane
Hell Or High Water
Sing Street
Best Adapted Story
The Big Short
Nocturnal Animals
Best Cinematography
The Neon Demon
The Revenant
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Best Editing
The Big Short
Nocturnal Animals
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Best Soundtrack/Score
The Hateful Eight
Sing Street
Best Visual Effects
Doctor Strange
The Jungle Book
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story


Best Action Film
The Accountant
Jason Bourne
The Magnificent Seven
Best Comedy Film
Edge Of Seventeen
Hunt For The Wilderpeople
The Nice Guys
Best Drama Film
Hell Or High Water
The Revenant
Best Sci-Fi Film
Midnight Special
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Star Trek Beyond
Best Horror Film
10 Cloverfield Lane
Don’t Breathe
Green Room
The Witch
Best Animated Film
Finding Dory
Kubo And The Two Strings
Best Family Film
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
The Jungle Book
Pete’s Dragon
Best Comic Book Movie
Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice
Captain America: Civil War
Doctor Strange
Best Alternative Film (Documentary/Foreign/Indie/Short)
Sing Street
Son Of Saul
Swiss Army Man
Best Film
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

UK Blog Awards 2017

We are extremely excited to be in the running for the UK Blog Awards again this year, and now we need your help to get us on that final shortlist.

Hopefully, you enjoy the work we do here at JumpCut UK. We strive to offer our audience interesting, engaging and fun content all year long, providing reviews and news from the film world, interacting with as many of you wonderful people from the Film Twitter community as possible, and we even create our own films to keep your eyes entertained. What more could you ask for ey?

We’d love to make it to the final of the UK Blog Awards 2017, so please, head to this page and give us your vote today (and tomorrow, and the day after that – every day until the 19th December in fact). Thanks in advance for your support. Peace out.