John Mulaney: I want these people to like me to a degree that I find embarrassing.
Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Supporting Role: To be standing here representing one of the greatest artists of our time, James Baldwin, it's a little surreal. James Baldwin birthed this baby and Barry, you nurtured her, you surrounded her with so much love and support. So it's appropriate for me to be standing here, 'cause I'm an example of what it looks like when support and love is poured into someone. Mom, I love you so much. Thank you for teaching me that God is always leaning, always has been leaning, in my direction. G'moses. They'll ask me about that later. Um, so many people to thank. Chelsea Barnard, who brought this project to Annapurna. Megan Ellison. Annapurna. Plan B. This amazing cast. My sisters in art: Marina, Amy, Emma, Rachel. Has been an honor having my name be just said with yours this whole step of the way. It's been pretty amazing. The Rivers family: KiKi, Colman, Teyonah, Stephan. God is good all the time.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Documentary Feature: Oh shit. Breathe.
Herself - Winner: Best Documentary Feature: Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, National Geographic, for believing in us and for hiring women and people of color, because we only help make the films better. Thank you to all the amazing people who worked on this film. Evan, Shannon...
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Documentary Feature: ...our high-angle team.
Herself - Winner: Best Documentary Feature: I mean, it was a work of an army and we appreciate you in every way. Thank you to our families, especially our two kids. Marina, I know you're here.
Herself - Winner: Best Documentary Feature: And then thank you to Sanni McCandless. You climbed your own mountain that day, so thank you, Sanni. This film would be so boring without you. I'm just saying, okay. Okay, anyway, thank you, Alex Honnold, for giving us courage and teaching us how to believe in the impossible and inspiring us. This film is for everyone who believes in the impossible.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Documentary Feature: Thank you.
Himself - Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Thank you, Annapurna, our great director Adam McKay. Christian Bale, what a - oh, you're here. Go ahead.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Plan B, Gary Sanchez.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: The voting Academy members and our fellow nominees from the U.K. and Sweden, thank you.
Himself - Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Christian Bale, you're fantastic. You're so great to work with and create with and everything. Thank you.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Amy Adams, thank you for bringing us up to your level of commitment.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Sam Rockwell and the 150 other SAG members, great job.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Susan Matheson.
Himself - Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Jeff Waxman and Jennifer Madeloff.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Our DP Greig Fraser, our scripty Cate.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Ann Pala Williams, Jamie Kelman, Adrien Morot, Wesley Wofford, Cristina Waltz.
Himself - Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: And Chris Gallaher, Kenny Myers.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Erik Porn, Brian Wade.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Cheryl Daniels...
Herself - Winner: Best Costume Design: Wow. Wow. I got it. Wow. This has been a long time coming. Spike Lee, thank you for my start. I hope this makes you proud. Marvel may have created the first black superhero, but through costume design we turned him into an African king. It's been my life's honor to create costumes. Thank you to the Academy. Thank you for honoring African royalty and the empowered way women can look and lead on screen. Thank you to my crews around the world who helped bring Wakanda to life. Our genius director Ryan Coogler, you are a guiding force. Thank you for your trust and understanding my role in telling the African-American story. Adding vibranium to costumes is very expensive, so thank you, Victoria Alonso, Kevin Feige, Louis D'Esposito, Jeffrey Chernov, Bob Iger and Nate Moore. My career is built with passion to tell stories that allow us to know ourselves better. This is for my 97-year-old mother watching in Massachusetts. Mom, thank you for teaching me about people and their stories. You are the original superhero. Thank you.
Herself - Winner: Best Production Design: New Orleans, you hear me? Okay, I gotta put these on. And I don't even know where I put my speech because I put it into the phone and now I can't find it. I'm really shaking hard. Okay. This is crazy. I love you guys. I want to thank all the nominees in this category for the extraordinary worlds that they built this year. I'm so honored to be a part of that. I want to thank the Academy. Thank you so much, Ryan Coogler. I stand here stronger than I was yesterday, I stand here with agency and self-worth because of Ryan Coogler. You not only made me a better designer, a better storyteller, a better person, I stand here because of this man who offered me a different perspective of life, who offered me a safe space, who's patient and gave me air, humanity and brotherhood. Thank you, Ryan. I love you. I am stronger because of Marvel who gave me the opportunity to do my best, who supported the vision of this film, and lifted us up every day. Victoria Alonso, Kevin Feige, Lou D'Esposito, and the man with the best laugh ever, Nate Moore. Thank you. And it was brought stronger because of an art department crew who lead with their hearts and brought their experiences, talent, courage, humility, and hard work to the table. Supervising art director Alan Hook and set decorator Jay Hart, thank you. I am stronger today because of this wonderful cast who every day stepped into this world and breathed life into it, because of Ruth Carter and Rachel Morrison and everything they did behind the camera with me. I am stronger because of a woman who supported me every day that I wanted to give up. This is for you my friend, Carol Trevino. Rest in power. I am stronger because of my family who supported me through the roughest of times. I give this strength to all of those who come next, to keep going, to never give up. And when you think it's impossible, just remember to say this piece of advice I got from a very wise woman: I did my best, and my best is good enough. Thank you.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Production Design: I just wanna thank my crew.
Himself - Winner: Best Cinematography/Best Foreign Language Film/Best Director & Nominated: Best Picture: Thank you so much. This is an amazing honor. Thank you, Academy. To create a single frame of film, as you well know, requires the work of a lot of people, a very hard work. So I want to thank Yalitza Aparicio and Marina de Tavira, before anybody else; the amazing cast and crew; Gabriela Rodríguez and Nicolás Celis as producers; Participant and Netflix; Technicolor and Arri. If this film was created by my own memories, the film was crafted through the memories of what this great master of cinematography have given to us. It is well known that in Billy Wilder's office there was a sign that said "What would Lubitsch have done?" And for me it was: what would Chivo, Chivo Lubezki would have done? So this is for you, too, Chivo. And thank you very much, Mexico. Thank you, my family. And Jonás, Bu y Olmo, love you guys. Thank you.
Himself - Winner: Best Sound Editing: Wow. That's incredible. We'd like to thank the Academy. This is truly is an honor, especially in a category with so many amazing sounding films. Working on "Bohemian Rhapsody" was really was an honor. I mean we got to work with Queen for our day job, which is wonderful. We'd like to thank all of Queen and the team, the full team, for the, just for the great music, for all the support. And yeah, a special nod to Freddie as well. And a quick shout-out, so many thanks, Steph, my kids. Nina.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Sound Editing: I would like to thank our full "Bo Rhap" team, all the people who are here and also everyone back in London who I know are watching right now. And obviously my husband Kevin, who's up there. My family: my kids, Noah, Lola and Eli. My mum and dad who are looking after them. Um, Mummy will be home soon. Thank you. Thank you.
Himself - Winner: Best Sound Mixing: Thank you, Academy. Huge honor. I'd like to thank our producers, Graham King, Denis O'Sullivan. Ted Gagliano from Fox and our whole sound crew, thank you. A massive shout-out to Brian May and Roger Taylor. Thank you so much for your music and for your collaboration and your support. And I would like to dedicate this to my kids. Sean, Andrew, Sophie, Taylor, I love you all. Thank you.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Sound Mixing: I want to thank my wife, my kids: Olivia, Joe, Stephen and Gemma. All of my team, and for this, really, for Chris Murphy, my boom operator, that's put up with me for fourteen years. Thanks, mate. Thank you.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Sound Mixing: I'd like to thank team Twickenham, Al Sirkett, everyone else who worked on the sound on this incredible movie. To my mum and dad, to my amazing brothers, and to my friends back in Odiham watching tonight. Thank you.
Himself - Winner: Best Cinematography/Best Foreign Language Film/Best Director & Nominated: Best Picture: Thank you. Am I going to get subtitled as well? Thank you, Yalitza. Thank you, Marina. Thank you, Gabriela, Nico, all the cast and crew. I grew up watching foreign language films and learning so much from them and being inspired. Films like the "Citizen Kane," "Jaws," "Rashomon," "The Godfather" and "Breathless." When asked about the Nouvelle Vague about the New Wave, Claude Chabrol said, "There are no waves, there's only the ocean." And I think that the nominees tonight have proven that we are part of the same ocean. I want to thank my family, Mexico for being the beach where this film comes from, and also to Olmo, Bu and Jonás, to be the current that pushes my drift. Thank you so much.
Himself - Winner: Best Film Editing: He just asked me if I would like this and I said, sure, my mom would like it, who is here, over there. She's 85 years old. Wow, you get up here and you're completely blank. This film, I always like to say, as the entire cast and crew likes to always say, was a labor of love. And I think Freddie Mercury, in a way, kind of brought us all together from wherever he is, and just like he did his audience. I just am so thankful for everyone bonding together and supporting each other and trusting me. I mean, there's too many people to thank, of course - I'm looking at Rami looking at me, "Better thank me!" Got the band over here. Thank you so much, Brian May and Roger Taylor. And I have to mention, of course, Graham King and Denis O'Sullivan, two of the hardest-working and committed producers I've ever worked with in my life. And lastly, this goes to my parents on their fireplace mantel, because they encouraged me to do whatever I wanted to do when I was a kid, whether it was writing music, which was a mystery to them, or making films in their garage on Normington Way in San Jose, California. So, as Freddie's father would say: Good thoughts, good words, good deeds. Thank you.
Himself - Winner: Best Actor in a Supporting Role: The Academy, thank you. I want to thank Dr. Shirley for just trying to capture his essence. Trying to capture Dr. Shirley's essence pushed me to my ends, which is a reflection of the person he was and the life that he lived. And I thank him. I thank my partner Viggo. It was extraordinary working with you. Peter Farrelly, I thank you for your leadership and your guidance. And for also giving us space; like really giving us space to work it out, and coming in and tweaking, and really appreciate and love you. Octavia Spencer. Kris Bowers, my double. I wanna dedicate this to my grandmother who has been in my ear my entire life, telling me that if at first I don't succeed, try, try again. That I could do anything I put my mind to. Always, always pushing me to think positively. And I know that I would not be here without her, that she has gotten me over the hump every step of the way. I thank my wife, and my daughter Bari. I thank Universal, Participant, Amblin, everyone who contributed and helped with our movie. Again, thank you so much. Appreciate it.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Animated Feature: There's a lot of us.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Animated Feature: Oh wow. Thank you, Academy.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Animated Feature: Thank you, Sony. We share this with our fellow producers, cast, crew. There's 800 filmmakers who pushed boundaries and took risks to make people feel powerful and seen.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Animated Feature: So when we hear that somebody's kid was watching the movie and turned to them and said, "He looks like me" or "They speak Spanish like us," we feel like we already won.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Animated Feature: To our audience, thank you so much. We love you, and we just want, we want you all to know we see you. You're powerful. This world needs you, okay? This world needs you, so please, we're all counting on you. Thank you.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Animated Feature: On behalf of everyone that made this movie, we want to thank our families, who stayed with us for four years on this. This is for you, we love you all.
Himself - Winner: Best Animated Feature: And Fox...
Herself - Winner: Best Animated Short Film: Okay, um. Holy...
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Animated Short: It's our first time, too.
Herself - Winner: Best Animated Short Film: Yeah, it's our first time, too. Oh my gosh. Thank you to the Academy and thank you to my fellow nominees. Thank you for supporting shorts. To all of the nerdy girls out there who hide behind their sketchbooks, don't be afraid to tell your stories to the world. You're gonna freak people out, but you'll probably connect with them too and that's an amazing feeling to have. Thank you to Pete Docter for believing in my weirdness and for giving me a voice at the studio. And thank you, of course, to my mom and my dad, and my muses, and my partner Darren for being with me through all of this and being my human stress ball. Thank you.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Animated Short: We want to thank the entire "Bao" crew. They brought their heart to this short and you can see it in every shot. To everyone at Pixar, you inspire us every day. Disney, for believing in us. To my friends and family, parents and sister, I love you so much. I got to make a short, help make a short that was about a mother just as I was becoming one. So, to my little "bao" Lucy and to DeAnn, none of this would be possible without you. I love you.
Herself - Winner: Best Documentary Short: I'm not crying because I'm on my period or anything. I can't believe a film about menstruation just won an Oscar. Thank you. Thank you, Netflix, for giving us a platform. Thank you to my creative partner, Sam Davis; I share this with you, baby. Thank you to my mom and my sister, I love you guys. To Lisa Taback and Garrett Schiff. To Guneet Monga and the women of Kathikhera, know that you are empowering women all over the world to fight for menstrual equality.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Documentary Short: This film began because high school students here and our brave partners at Action India wanted to make a difference, a human rights difference. I share this award with the Feminist Majority Foundation, with Helen, Claire, Avery, Ruby, Sophie, Charlotte, Carly, the entire Pad Project team. With the Oakwood School I share this. I share this with teachers and with students around the world. A period should end a sentence, not a girl's education.
Himself - Winner: Best Visual Effects: Oh my goodness. What a truly magnificent moment. We did things a little bit differently on "First Man," so being recognized by the Academy is all the more special. Thanks goes to my visual effects producer Kevin Elam, also Jennifer Bell and Bill Tlusty at Universal. Thank you to the inspirational Damien Chazelle and our amazing cast and all the incredible heads of department: Linus, Tom, Justin, Mildred, Ai-Ling, Nathan, Rose, Ian, Josh, Mary, and Donald who made this film so, so memorable. And a big shout-out to Michelle Eisenreich, Rupert Porter and all my people at DNEG Vancouver.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Visual Effects: Thank you again, Damien Chazelle, my amazing effects team. My wife Erica, I love you. My two boys, John and James. And my dad Jim who taught me how to put the magic in movies. Thank you.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Visual Effects: Thanks to the crew at DNEG without whose hard work we wouldn't be stood up here tonight. Also, thanks to my wife Kirsty, and my two children, Isabella and Louisa, for all their support over the years.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Visual Effects: And it's an honor and it's humbling to honor Neil Armstrong and all the men and women of NASA. So thank you so much. Cursum perficio!
Himself - Winner: Best Live Action Short Film: Oh, my god! I moved here five years ago from Israel
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Himself - Winner: Best Live Action Short Film: - laila tov, Israel. Hi. And my grandparents are Holocaust survivors. And, you know, the bigotry that they experienced in the Holocaust, we see that everywhere today in America, in Europe. And this film is about education. It's about teaching your kids a better way.
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Live Action Short Film: We dedicate this to our - oh my god! - our five-month-old baby who's sitting at home with my parents watching this. We hope that you grow up in a world where these things don't happen because, because people learn to love and accept each other. I want to thank Andrew Carlberg, Sharon Maymon, Tim Harms, all our team at ICM. Our Maven girls: Celine, Trudie. Oren, if you're out there. Who else?
Himself - Winner: Best Live Action Short Film: Oren Moverman! Fox Searchlight!
Herself - Co-Winner: Best Live Action Short Film: Fox Searchlight, we love you! Whooo!
Himself - Winner: Best Original Screenplay/Co-Winner: Best Picture: I'd like to thank Universal Studios, DreamWorks and Participant Media. As writers when you have Mahershala Ali, Viggo Mortensen, and Linda Cardellini saying your lines you pinch yourself, consider yourself the luckiest writers on the face of the earth. I want to thank the entire cast and crew, my whole family, all my friends who've put up with my career. And particularly George and Eileen Currie, best parents anybody could ever have.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Original Screenplay/Best Picture/Nominated: Best Director: They say if you want to go somewhere fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. I got a lot of people to thank, starting with the entire state of Rhode Island. Thank you very much. I want to thank Viggo, Mahershala, and Linda. We have nothing without you guys; I mean nothing. Also I want to thank my wife Melinda, my kids Bob and App up there. Richard Lovett, Joe Mann, Jeff Okin, Cindy Gesner, Peter Grossman, Amanda Lundberg, Stacey Leinson, David Linde, Jonathan King, Robert Kessel, Christina Kounelias, J.B. Rogers, Charlie Wessler, Jim Burke, Ted Virtue, Sean Porter. Tom Kartsotis and Shinola watches. Unbelievable, they're saving Detroit. And finally I want to thank my brother and Bennett Yellin, who got me into this business. I'm nothing without you. Best people ever.
Himself - Winner: Best Original Screenplay/Co-Winner: Best Picture: This an amazing honor, thank you everyone for voting for us. Thank you to the other nominees. What an amazing category to be in with such talented people. This is an amazing room of filmmakers. Embrace ourselves and love each other. Thank you all, my mother and father. Dad, we did it.
Himself - Winner: Alright. Alright. Do not turn that motherfucking clock on! I want to thank Tonya, Jack and Satchel. The word today is "irony." The date: the 24th. The month: February. Which also happens to be the shortest month of the year. Which also happens to be Black History Month. The year: 2019. The year: 1619. History. Herstory. 1619 to 2019, 400 years. Four hundred years. Our ancestors were stolen from Mother Africa and brought to Jamestown, Virginia, enslaved. Our ancestors worked the land from can't-see-in-the-morning to can't-see-at-night. My grandmother, Zimmie Shelton Retha, who lived to be 100 years young, who was a Spelman College graduate even though her mother was a slave. My grandma, who saved 50 years of social security checks to put her first grandchild - she called me Spikie-poo - she put me through Morehouse College and NYU grad film. NYU! Before the world tonight, I give praise to our ancestors who helped build this country
Himself - Winner: today, along with the genocide of its native people. We all connect with our ancestors. We will have love, wisdom regained, we will regain our humanity. It will be a powerful moment. The 2020 presidential election is around the corner. Let's all mobilize. Let's all be on the right side of history. Make the moral choice between love versus hate. Let's do the right thing! You know I had to get that in there!
Himself - Winner: Best Original Score: Thank you, Ryan Coogler. Ryan, Ryan, working with you has been an incredible honor. I remember twelve years ago we were sitting in our dorm at USC writing the score for your first short film, and we're here twelve years later, you know, celebrating one of the most important cinematic moments in history. I want to share this award with all the incredible African artists that I worked with on the score: Baaba Maal, Massamba Diop, Magatte Sow. And all the classical musicians in London that recorded on the score, and everyone else. I want to share this award with my mom and dad, and my sister that insisted I play guitar. And my wife Serena, I love you so much. Thank you.
Herself - Co-Performer: Shallow/Winner: Best Original Song/Nominated: Best Actress in a Leading Role: Thank you so much. Thank you so much to the Academy for this wonderful honor. Thank you to every single person in this room. Thank you to Mark Ronson, to Anthony Rossomando, to Andrew Wyatt, my co-writers. I love them so much. To my sister, my soulmate, I love you. My family's here. I love you, Mom and Dad. Bradley, there is not a single person on the planet that could have sang this song with me but you. Thank you for believing in us. Thank you so much. And if you are at home and you're sitting on your couch and you are watching this right now, all I have to say is that this is hard work. I have worked hard for a long time and it's not about, you know, it's not about winning. But what it's about is not giving up. If you have a dream, fight for it. If there's a discipline for passion, and it's not about how many times you get rejected or you fall down or you're beaten up. It's about how many times you stand up and are brave and you keep on going. Thank you.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Original Song: Only because you can't really thank yourself, I think when you're in the room with this person you don't really have to do too much. She acts, she writes, she sings the song. Lady Gaga, we salute you; thank you for this.
Himself - Winner: Best Actor in a Leading Role: Oh my god. My mom is in here somewhere. Oh, I love you, I love you, lady. My family, thank you for all of this. You know my dad didn't get to see me do any of this, he's not... but I think he's looking down on me right now. This is a monumental moment, one I'm so appreciative to all of you, to everyone who has had a hand in getting me here. To the Academy. To people who took a chance on me every step of the way, Graham King, Denis O'Sullivan, everyone at Fox and New Regency, thank you guys so much. I may not have been the obvious choice but I guess it worked out. Thank you, Queen. Thank you guys for being, for allowing me to be the tiniest part of your phenomenal, extraordinary legacy. I am forever in your debt. My crew and my cast, I love you. You are my equals. You are my betters. I could have never been here without you. I think about, I think about what it would have been like to tell little baba Rami that one day this might happen to him, and I think his curly-haired little mind would be blown. That kid was, he was struggling with his identity, trying to figure himself out. And I think to anyone struggling with theirs and trying to discover their voice, listen, we made a film about a gay man, an immigrant, who lived his life just unapologetically himself. And the fact that I'm celebrating him and this story with you tonight is proof that we're longing for stories like this. I am the son of immigrants from Egypt. I'm a first generation American and part of my story is being written right now, and I could not be more grateful to each and every one of you, and everyone who believed in me for this moment. It is something I will treasure for the rest of my life. Lucy Boynton, you're the heart of this film. You are beyond immensely talented. You have captured my heart. Thank you so much.
Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Leading Role: It's genuinely quite stressful. This is hilarious; got an Oscar. Okay. I have to thank lots of people. If, by the way, I forget anybody I'm gonna find you later and I'm gonna give you all a massive snog, and I'm really sorry if I might forget now. Yorgos, my best director, in the best film, and with Emily and Rachel, the two loveliest women in the world to fall in love with and to go to work with every day. I mean, you can imagine, it wasn't a hardship. And to be in this category with these extraordinary women. And Glenn Close, you've been my idol for so long and this is not how I wanted it to be. And I think you're amazing and I love you very much. I love you all. Thank you, Lindy King, my agent who took me on over twenty years ago. Thank you sooo much. And Olive, and Hildy, and Bryna, who made me do things that I've said no to but she was right. And my mum and my dad - well, you know. And my kids who are at home and watching, look! Well, if you're not then, well kind of well done, but I sort of hope you are. This is not gonna happen again. And any little girl who is practicing their speech on the telly, you never know. And when I used to work as a cleaner, and I loved that job, I did spend quite a lot of my time imagining this - oh, please wrap up. Right, okay. Thank you. And my husband Ed, my best friend, I love you so much. Twenty-five years and you've been my best supporter, and he's gonna cry. I'm not. And thank you so much. Fox, everybody, everybody, the cast, the crew. Frances, Sam, thank you. Thank you so much, Lady Gaga. And Melissa. Thank you.
Himself - Winner: Best Picture: Aloha, and thank you to the members of the Academy. It's such a privilege. This is like a dream. We need to start by thanking our friends at Participant Media, who have been with us all along the way. Thanks for their belief. We can't overlook Universal and eOne and Lionsgate and Cinetic and Angellotti. And I personally want to thank Christina and Maddie and all the Burkes and all the Simpkins. We made this film with love. And we made it with tenderness. And we made it with respect. And it was all done under the direction of Pete Farrelly. Pete, it's been an honor, a privilege.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Original Screenplay/Best Picture/Nominated: Best Director: Thank you very much. You know, he's right. This is, the whole story is about love. It's about loving each other despite our differences and finding out the truth about who we are. We're the same people. And this doesn't start, by the way, without Viggo Mortensen, right there. We have no movie - all these awards are because Viggo, and Mahershala and Linda, but it started with Viggo. And I give you this
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Himself - Co-Winner: Best Original Screenplay/Best Picture/Nominated: Best Director: , my friend. Also, you may have noticed, I didn't get to thank a lot of people before so I'm gonna jump in. I want to thank Steven Spielberg, Ron Meyer, Brian and Aileen Roberts, Octavia Spencer, Kris Bowers, Donna Langley, Jeff Small, Tom Wolfe and Manish Raval. Ellen Dumouchel. Bill Kerby, who is the first writer I ever knew. Betsy Heimann, Tim Galvin, Kwame Parker. I want to thank Cordo Wilford, I wrote because of you. And I want to thank my sister Kathy. She died a week before we started shooting this but she never left my side.
Himself - Co-Winner: Best Picture: Hey, thanks very much for this to the Academy but I just want to dedicate this to our great - oh, you can't here me? I want to dedicate to our great friend Carrie Fisher.