Daniel Day-Lewis wins Best Actor Oscar for 'Lincoln'

Feb 25 2013, 11:46 IST
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Daniel Day Lewis accepts the Oscar for best actor for his role in Daniel Day Lewis accepts the Oscar for best actor for his role in "Lincoln," at the 85th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California. (Reuters)
SummaryDaniel Day-Lewis completed a historic hat-trick as he took home Best Actor Oscar. Check winners' list.

16th US President came in 2010.

Ben Affleck's "Argo,'' the story of how Hollywood, Canada and the CIA teamed up to rescue six Americans during the Iranian hostage crisis, has earned best picture at the Academy Awards.


1. Best Picture Argo

2. Best Director Ang Lee for 'Life Of Pi'

3. Actor in a Leading Role Daniel Day-Lewis for 'Lincoln'

4. Actress in a Leading Role Jennifer Lawrence for 'Silver Linings Playbook'

5. Actor in a Supporting Role Christoph Waltz for 'Django Unchained'

6. Actress in a Supporting Role Anne Hathaway for 'Les Miserables'

7. Animated Feature Film 'Brave' by Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman

8. Cinematography 'Life of Pi' for Claudio Miranda

9. Costume Design 'Anna Karenina' by Jacqueline Durran

10. Documenatry Feature 'Searching for Sugar Man' by Malik Bendjelloul and SimonChinn

11. Documentary Short 'Inocente' by Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine

12. Film Editing William Goldenberg for 'Argo'

13. Foreign Language Film 'Amour'

14. Makeup and Hairstyling Lisa Westcott and Julie Dartnell for 'Les Miserables'

15. Music (Original Score) Mychael Danna for 'Life of Pi'

16. Music (Original Song) Adele Adkins and Paul Epworth for Skyfall from 'Skyfall'

17. Production Design Rick Carter (Production Design); Jim Erickson (Set Decoration) for 'Lincoln'

18. Animated Short Film John Kahrs for 'Paperman'

19. Short Film (Live Action)

Shawn Christensen for 'Curfew'

20. Sound Editing

Per Hallberg and Karen Baker Landers for 'Skyfall' and Paul NJ Ottosson for 'Zero Dark Thirty'

21. Sound Mixing

Andy Nelson, Mark Paterson and Simon Hayes for 'Les Miserables'

22. Visual Effects Bill Westenhofer, Guillaume Rocheron, Erik-Jan De Boer and Donald R Elliott for 'Life of Pi'

23. Writing (Adapted Screenplay) Chris Terrio for 'Argo'

24. Writing (Original Screenplay) Quentin Tarantino for 'Django Unchained'

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