With second Oscar, Falls native Bridges rides off on Kimmel's jet ski


With second Oscar, Falls native Bridges rides off on Kimmel's jet ski

Meanwhile, the Academy saw fit to give numerous awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, to The Shape of Water, a film with serious anti-American sentiments.

Greta Gerwig's independent mother-daughter tale "Lady Bird" came away empty-handed while Universal Pictures' racial satire "Get Out" got just one award - for original screenplay - despite speculation that its bold take on modern race relations might take the top prize. But Bridges ended up giving the shortest speech at 36 seconds.

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE: Sam Rockwell, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, MissouriThe 90th annual Academy Awards kicked off with the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role.

At 89, filmmaker James Ivory became the oldest Oscar victor for his adapted screenplay for "Call Me By Your Name".

"Coco" was named as Best Animated Feature Film at the Oscars 2018, and co-director Lee Unkrich dedicated the honour to the people and culture of Mexico, saying "representation matters". "To our wonderful actors, Daniel, Lesley, Vicky, the whole company of actors who were such great collaborators on this film; my brilliant, brilliant crew in London who worked tirelessly to make attractive dresses and get them on camera, thank you and of course the Academy; thank you very much".

SOUND EDITING - Dunkirk, Alex Gibson and Richard King: Acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan's war drama Dunkirk won top sound honours at the 90th Academy Awards in Los Angeles.

FILM EDITING - Dunkirk, Lee Smith: Christopher Nolan's longtime collaborator in the editing room, Australian Lee Smith, won his first Oscar on Sunday.

At the end of the night, Kimmel completed the bit by revealing who won the jet ski: Phantom Thread costume designer Mark Bridges, who won the Oscar for Best Achievement in Costume Design.



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