Mark Rylance, left, Brie Larson, Leonardo DiCaprio and Alicia Vikander in the winners room.
Songwriter Jimmy Napes, left, and singer Sam Smith won the original song Oscar for “Writing’s on the Wall” for the film “Spectre.”
Brie Larson with her Oscar for lead actress for the film “Room.”
Alejandro G. Inarritu with his Oscar for directing for the film “The Revenant.”
Alicia Vikander won the supporting actress Oscar for her role in “The Danish Girl.”
Leonardo DiCaprio with his lead actor Oscar for “The Revenant.”
Production designers Colin Gibson and Lisa Thompson celebrate winning the production design Oscar for their work on “Mad Max: Fury Road.”
Ennio Morricone, 87, won the Oscar for original score for “The Hateful Eight.”
Hungarian director Laszlo Nemes won the Oscar for foreign language film for “Son of Saul.”
Mark Rylance displays his Academy Award for his supporting role in “Bridge of Spies.”
Directors James Gay-Rees, left, and Asif Kapadia take home an Academy Award for their documentary feature “Amy” about late singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse.
Director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy holds her Oscar for documentary short subject. Her winning film, “A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness,” is about honor killings in Pakistan.
Gabriel Osorio, left, and Pato Escala win the Academy Award for animated short film for their film “Bear Story.” Their win is the first win for their country, Chile.
Emmanuel Lubezki wins the Academy Award for cinematography for this work in “The Revenant.” He is photographed with the presenter of the award, actress Rachel McAdams.
“Inside Out” producer Jonas Rivera, left, and director Pete Docter take home the Oscar for animated feature.
Margaret Sixel holds her Oscar for film editing for her work in “Mad Max: Fury Road.”
The winning visual effects team for “Ex Machina,” from left, Mark Ardington, Paul Norris, Sara Bennett and Andrew Whitehurst.
Winning “Mad Max: Fury Road” sound editors Mark Mangini, left, and David White, right, pose with actor Chris Evans, who presented the award.
“Mad Max: Fury Road” makeup and hairstyling winners Damian Martin, second from left, Lesley Vanderwalt and Elka Wardega stand with the awards presenters, actors Margot Robbie and Jared Leto.
“Mad Max: Fury Road” costume designer Jenny Beavan holds her Academy Award. She is photographed with Cate Blanchett, who presented the award.
“The Big Short’s” writers Adam McKay, left, and writer Charles Randolph win the adapted screenplay category. McKay also directed the film.
“Spotlight” writers Josh Singer, left, and Tom McCarthy win for original screenplay. McCarthy also directed.