Oscars 2021: Pixar's 'Soul' wins Best Animated feature film, 'Mank' bags Best Cinematography
93rd Academy Awards have been held at Dolby Theatre and Union Station. It was streamed from 5:30 am IST in different countries.
Pixar's 'Soul', directed by Pete Docter, won the Best Animated Feature Film. But not only that; it also bagged an award for the Original Score as the animated film has jazz music by Jon Batiste.
It is Pixar's first film to have a Black protagonist, voiced by Jamie Foxx with a Black cast and co-directed by Kemp Powers. Oscars 2021 nominations were out on March 15 this year.
'Mank' also bagged big awards on the Academy Awards night. It was felicitated with the Best Cinematography awards to Eric Messerschmidt.
A David Fincher film, Mank starring Amanda Seyfried also got the Best Production Design awards.
The 93rd Academy Awards were supposed to be held two months ago, but due to the COVID-19 situation going worse, it got postponed. A very few guests are seen at the ceremony, with a few camera people maintaining all the protocols of the COVID-19.