“Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1" is about the Department of Veterans Affairs’ 24-hour hotline for troubled veterans and service members.
Best Documentary Short Subject goes to Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1 by Ellen Goosenberg Kent and Dana Perry
And the Oscar for Documentary (Short Subject) goes to... "Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1"
And the Oscar for Live Action Short goes to... "The Phone Call."
Are you noticing the walk-on music for the presenters? Nicole Kidman got "ComeWhat May" from "Moulin Rouge" and Reese Witherspoon got "Ring of Fire" from "Walk the Line."
OSCARS TRIVIA: The first televised Oscars ceremony was in 1953, but it wouldn't be in color until 1966.
And the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film goes to... "Ida" (Poland)!
OSCARS TRIVIA: The first Oscars ceremony was held May 16, 1929 at the Roosevelt Hotel. The first live broadcast was the following year (on the radio).
"The Grand Budapest Hotel" also takes home the Oscar for achievement in makeup and hairstyling. Congrats!
Best Actress nominee Reese Witherspoon announces the nominees for Best Makeup an Hairstyling. And it's a second win for The Grand Budapest Hotel (Frances Hannon and Mark Coulier)