Oscars 2017: Moonlight Wins Best Picture

Moonlight has won the Oscar for Greatest Image at the 89th Academy Awards. The film beat out other flicks including La La LandArrivalHidden FiguresManchester By the Sea, and additional for the coveted accolade. It marks the third award for the Barry Jenkins-directed image tonight. Before in the eveningm Mahershala Ali won for Greatest Supporting Actor, and the film won Greatest Tailored Screenplay as nicely. Moonlight was nominated for 8 awards in total.

La La Land was at first declared the winner soon after Warren Beatty was given the incorrect cue card. Midway as a result of the La La Land solid and crew’s acceptance speech, they have been interrupted and Moonlight was declared the winner. Find a online video clip of the minute beneath, and scroll down to see an apology statement from the accounting business that tallies votes.

Read “Director Barry Jenkins on the Audio that Produced Moonlight” and “No Far more Basic Gentlemen: On Moonlight’s Weird Jidenna Instant” on the Pitch.

For additional of Pitchfork’s protection of this year’s Oscars, click on here.

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— Joon Lee (@iamjoonlee) February 27, 2017

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You did not see this on Tv set! Check out the off-air feed of the solid of #Moonlight recognizing they won #BestPicture! https://t.co/Ll8yTR1wgl #Oscars pic.twitter.com/aFvzrBRPlQ

— Perez (@ThePerezHilton) February 27, 2017

In a statement, Cost Waterhouse Coopers, the accounting business that tallies Oscar votes, issued the next apology:

We sincerely apologize to Moonlight, La La Land, Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, and the Oscar viewers for the error that was created in the course of the award announcement for finest image. The presenters had mistakenly been given the wrong classification envelope and when found out, was quickly corrected. We are presently investigating how this could have transpired, and deeply regret that this happened. We respect the grace with which the nominees, the Academy, and Jimmy Kimmel dealt with the situation.

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