Best Director goes to Alejandro González Iñárritu for Birdman.
In 1968, the Oscars were postponed from April 8 to April 10 out of respect for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who had been assassinated a few days earlier and whose funeral was held April 9.
Best Documentary Feature goes to Laura Poitras, Mathilde Bonnefoy and Dirk Wilutzky for Citizen Four, a film shot in the cinéma vérité style about Edward Snowden and the NSA syping scandal.
And the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature goes to... "CitizenFour."
The Oscar for Best Film Editing goes to Tom Cross for Whiplash.
The Oscar for Best Editing goes to... "Whiplash."
It may not top last year's epic celebrity selfie, but Meryl and JLo are looking good!
Jennifer Hudson treating the crowd to a booming homage to the departed.
Meryl Streep with the weighty task of introducing the "In Memoriam" segment...
The Oscar for Best Cinematography goes to... "Birdman."
OSCARS TRIVIA: "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Birdman" were tied for the most nominations this year with 9 each. ("Grand Budapest" has won 3 so far and "Boyhood" has won 1.)
The Oscar for Production Design goes to Adam Stockhausen (Production Design); Anna Pinnock (Set Decoration) for The Grand Budapest Hotel.
And the Oscar for Achievement in Production Design goes to... "The Grand Budapest Hotel."
OSCARS TRIVIA: No film has ever won all four acting Oscars, but "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "Network" have each won three of the four.
And a surprise win in the Best Animated Feature Film category with an Oscar for Big Hero 6 by Don Hall, Chris Williams and Roy Conli.