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’12 Years a Slave’ named best picture, ‘Gravity’ wins seven Oscars including best director

03
Mar
2014

Gravity won big tonight at the Oscars, as Alfonso Cuaróns space drama took home seven awards including best director — but it was 12 Years a Slave that won the highest honor of the evening. Going into the Oscars, the two films that seemed to be in the strongest position were Gravity and Steve McQueens drama, with 10 and nine nominations each, respectively. But the Matthew McConaughey drama Dallas Buyers Club was the film that got off to the quick start, with Jared Leto taking home the award for best supporting actor while the film also snagged best make-up. The roll continued as Gravity won best cinematography for director of photography Emmanuel Lubezki, and best editing for Alfonso Cuarón and Mark Sanger (Baz Luhrmanns extravagant take on The Great Gatsby won the awards for costume design and production design).

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