The 91st Academy Awards or Oscars ceremony begins in Los Angeles, California. Alfonso Cuaron's 'Roma' creates history by becoming first Mexican movie to win Foreign Language Film Oscar. Cuaron also created history by becoming the first person to win a Cinematography Oscar for "Roma" film that he also directed.
Film 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has won best Animated Feature Oscar. Produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, it has been widely praised both for its fresh story and visual style.
Indian producer Guneet Monga 's film 'Period. End of Sentence' wins Best Documentary Short Subject. 'Period. End of Sentence', an India set film on the taboos around menstruation and featuring the real 'Pad Man', and emerged the winner.
American Ruth E Carter also made Oscar history by becoming the first woman of colour in history to win in the costume design category for film Black Panther.
American actor Mahershala Ali continued his winning spree as he took home the Oscar for the Best Supporting Actor for his work in Peter Farrelly's biographical comedy-drama 'Green Book', This is his career's second Oscar in the category.
48-year-old actress Regina King won her first Oscar trophy in the Best Supporting Actress category for her performance in Barry Jenkins' film 'If Beale Street Could Talk'.
Earlier, legendary British rock band Queen gave the biggest night of movies, Academy Awards, an exceptionally energetic and emotional start as they performed their classic hits, fronted by singer Adam Lambert. With stars like Glenn Close, Javier Bardem and Lady Gaga were clapping and singing along in the audience. (AIR)