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The 2018 Oscars Winners

Here's who took home the big awards this year.

Best Picture -- "The Shape of Water" Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Picture -- "The Shape of Water" Guillermo del Toro accepted the biggest award of the evening, after having already received the Oscar for Best Director for the film. Best Actress -- Frances McDormand Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Actress -- Frances McDormand McDormand received the award for her role in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." This is her second Academy Award, having previously won for "Fargo." During her speech, McDormand asked all the female nominees in every category in the room to stand, and then said, "we all have stories to tell and projects we need financing." Best Actor -- Gary Oldman Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Actor -- Gary Oldman Oldman won for "Darkest Hour," in which he portrayed Winston Churchill. "Put the kettle on -- I'm bringing Oscar home," he said in thanking his mother at the end of his speech. Best Director -- Guillermo del Toro Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Director -- Guillermo del Toro Del Toro won for his direction of the film "The Shape of Water." Noting that, like many in the film industry, he too is an immigrant, del Toro prclaimed that, "The greatest thing our industry does is erase the line in the sand." Best Supporting Actor -- Sam Rockwell MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images Best Supporting Actor -- Sam Rockwell "Run that clock, Jimmy, I want to get that ski-jet, or whatever that was," said Rockwell, who won for "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." Best Supporting Actress - Allison Janney Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Supporting Actress - Allison Janney This is Janney's first Oscar. "I did it all by myself," she deadpanned. Best Original Screenplay -- Jordan Peele MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images Best Original Screenplay -- Jordan Peele Peele won for "Get Out," which he also directed. "I stopped writing this movie about 20 times, because I thought it was impossible," he said. Best Adapted Screenplay  -- James Ivory Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Adapted Screenplay -- James Ivory Ivory won for "Call Me By Your Name," which is based on the 2007 novel of the same name written by Andre Aciman. Best Documentary Feature -- "Icarus" Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Documentary Feature -- "Icarus" "We dedicate this award to Dr. Grigory Rodchenkov, our fearless whistleblower, who now leaves in grave danger," director Bryan Fogel said. Fagel, far right, accepted the award along with (L-R) Producer David Fialkow, director Dan Cogan, and producer James Swartz. Best Foreign Language Film -- "A Fantastic Woman" (Chile) MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images Best Foreign Language Film -- "A Fantastic Woman" (Chile) This was the first Oscar win for Chile. It was accepted by the film's Chilean director, Sebastian Lelio. Best Film Editing -- Lee Smith MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images Best Film Editing -- Lee Smith Smith, who is Australian, won for his work on "Dunkirk", which received three awards on the evening. Best Animated Short Film -- "Dear Basketball" Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Animated Short Film -- "Dear Basketball" Filmmakers Glen Keane and Kobe Bryant received the award for the film. "As basketball players we’re really supposed to shut up and dribble," former NBA star Bryant said in his speech, alluding to controversial comments directed recently at LeBron James by Fox News host Laura Ingraham Best Animated Feature Film -- "Coco" Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Animated Feature Film -- "Coco" Filmmakers Adrian Molina (L), Darla K. Anderson and Lee Unkrich accepted the award. Best Cinematography -- Roger Deakins Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Cinematography -- Roger Deakins The longtime cinematographer won for "Blade Runner 2049." Best Original Song -- "Remember Me" Kevin Winter/Getty Images Best Original Song -- "Remember Me" Songwriters Robert Lopez (L) and Kristen Anderson-Lopez won for their song from the film "Coco."