2020 Oscars Winners Complete List : The 92nd Academy Awards

The Oscars 2020 are finally here with Hollywood stars set to walk the red carpet to find out which films have won the latest round of awards.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will honor 2019 best in film during the 92nd Annual Academy Awards and live from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

2020 Oscars ceremony will once again go host-less. Joker was the year’s most-nominated film, with 11 total nominations, while 1917, The Irishman and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood trailed close behind, with 10 nominations apiece.

2020 oscar winners

Here is the 2020 Oscar winners list , in bold, so stay tune this page and get Oscars 2020 winners complete list from here!


  • Ford v Ferrari
  • The Irishman
  • Jojo Rabbit
  • Joker
  • Little Women
  • Marriage Story
  • 1917
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  • Parasite(Winner)


  • Bong Joon-ho, Parasite(Winner)
  • Sam Mendes, 1917
  • Todd Phillips, Joker
  • Martin Scorsese, The Irishman
  • Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood


  • Antonio Banderas, Pain and Glory
  • Leonardo DiCaprio, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  • Adam Driver, Marriage Story
  • Joaquin Phoenix, Joker(Winner)
  • Jonathan Pryce, The Two Popes


  • Cynthia Erivo, Harriet
  • Scarlett Johansson, Marriage Story
  • Saoirse Ronan, Little Women
  • Charlize Theron, Bombshell
  • Renée Zellweger, Judy(Winner)


  • Tom Hanks, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
  • Anthony Hopkins, The Two Popes
  • Al Pacino, The Irishman
  • Joe Pesci, The Irishman
  • Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood(Winner)


  • Kathy Bates, Richard Jewell
  • Laura Dern, Marriage Story(Winner)
  • Scarlett Johansson, Jojo Rabbit
  • Florence Pugh, Little Women
  • Margot Robbie, Bombshell


  • Knives Out, written by Rian Johnson
  • Marriage Story, written by Noah Baumbach
  • 1917, written by Sam Mendes and Krysty Wilson-Cairns
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, written by Quentin Tarantino
  • Parasite, screenplay by Bong Joon-ho and Han Jin-won(Winner)


  • The Irishman, screenplay by Steven Zaillian
  • Jojo Rabbit, screenplay by Taika Waititi(Winner)
  • Joker, written by Todd Phillips and Scott Silver
  • Little Women, screenplay by Greta Gerwig
  • The Two Popes, written by Anthony McCarten


  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
  • I Lost My Body
  • Klaus
  • Missing Link
  • Toy Story 4(Winner)


  • Corpus Christi (Poland)
  • Honeyland (North Macedonia)
  • Les Misérables (France)
  • Pain and Glory (Spain)
  • Parasite (South Korea)(Winner)


  • American Factory(Winner)
  • The Cave
  • The Edge of Democracy
  • For Sama
  • Honeyland


  • In the Absence
  • Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You’re a Girl) – (Winner)
  • Life Overtakes Me
  • St. Louis Superman
  • Walk Run Cha-Cha


  • Brotherhood
  • Nefta Football Club
  • The Neighbors’ Window(Winner)
  • Saria
  • A Sister


  • Dcera (Daughter)
  • Hair Love(Winner)
  • Kitbull
  • Memorable
  • Sister


  • Joker – Hildur Guðnadóttir(Winner)
  • Little Women – Alexandre Desplat
  • Marriage Story – Randy Newman
  • 1917 – Thomas Newman
  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – John Williams


  • “I’m Standing With You,” from Breakthrough
  • “Into the Unknown,” from Frozen II
  • “Stand Up,” from Harriet
  • “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again,” from Rocketman(Winner)
  • “I Can’t Let You Throw Yourself Away,” from Toy Story 4


  • Ford v Ferrari(Winner)
  • Joker
  • 1917
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker


  • Ad Astra
  • Ford v Ferrari
  • Joker
  • 1917(Winner)
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood


  • The Irishman
  • Jojo Rabbit
  • 1917
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood(Winner)
  • Parasite


  • The Irishman
  • Joker
  • The Lighthouse
  • 1917, Roger Deakins(Winner)
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood


  • Bombshell(Winner)
  • Joker
  • Judy
  • Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
  • 1917


  • The Irishman
  • Jojo Rabbit
  • Joker
  • Little Women: Jacqueline Durran(Winner)
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood


  • Ford v Ferrari(Winner)
  • The Irishman
  • Jojo Rabbit
  • Joker
  • Parasite


  • Avengers: Endgame
  • The Irishman
  • The Lion King
  • 1917(Winner)
  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker


      1. That’s not a smart way to give awards. Give it to the person who earned it, not doing so invalidates the purpose of the award.

        1. The tradition is that they always miss the great performances and give the award someone who missed out previously for the same reason.

          Look at a list of best actor winners, decide on what was their best performance and then see if that was the movie that won. The same applies to directors

    1. Probably because of the movie & who he was portraying, unlike Once Upon A Time in Hollywood. Hanks character was too reserved & wholesome.

      1. Check out Lighthouse. It’s an odd film but he’s a generational talent….his monologue about the sea gods is as good as any shakespearian company…

    1. There is already an award for folks who did well but didn’t get the nod: the lifetime achievement award. The idea any Oscar should be given on the basis of time and not merit makes the award meaningless.

  1. 1917 lost to Once upon?

    And lost to a S Korea film that had 1/100th the production value?

    F Hollywood. Proof again they have NO IDEA what WE care about!

    So glad they are losing to made-for-cable services now!

    1. You really expect those whiney socialists in Hollywood to be fair? It will never happen. 1917, a film depicting fighting against socialist regimes, a snowball in hell has a better chance then Hollywood being fair.

      1. Maybe cut back on the Kool-Aid. There were no socialist regimes in 1917, the Allies were fighting right wing monarchist empires.

      2. “Whines socialists?” Did you even see any of the nominated movies? Or were you too busy waving your Confederate flag while porking your cousin?

    2. Actually the Academy got it right this time. A lot of us prefer unique, original material. Choosing the technically-pleasing war film would have been the much more obvious choice,

  2. I never understood why people complain about artists (after all, that’s what they are) having political views. Firstly, many of the really GOOD actors/actresses do not have worthless, insignificant jobs. Being an actor (of class and quality) takes a lot of natural talent and a LOT of work and practice.

    I think about my own daughter, who at 14, yearns to be a singer and with a voice like Ariana grande combined with Billie Eillish, I believe with enough hard work and a little luck she might make her dreams come true. If that were to happen, I would hate the world to stifle her educated opinions about politics and world issues (human rights, environmental rights and so on). I homeschool my daughter and go about and beyond what they even teach in our sad, pathetic public school system. I take offense at the idea that she would be considered just another famous obnoxious female singer who “has an uneducated opinion.” Mind you., she is and forever will be educated on life and politics just as much as she’s educated on music and her vocal abilities, if not more so. To say that artists who bring (sometimes brilliant) performances to us, who touch are very hearts, are INCAPABLE of knowing and understanding political need and the voices of desperation around the world is b.s.

    SOME of the DO get it, and get it very well indeed. They take their huge platform (which they know is a risk every time the speak) and they attempt to send a message out that will reach the people. Not to mention, sorry for those who believe in censorship but , so far we still have free speech. Might as well use it will we can. The anti-Semitic, anti- Muslim, anti- EVERYTHING propaganda has already infiltrated the thin walls we had up around our country. I say bless EVERY soul, rich or poor, famous or a “nobody”, who’s willing to stand at the front line protecting our precious children from without and within.

    1. Cheers to you! Love your pushback on the whole “artist, shut your trap” bandwagon. There is a growing hostility towards artists in our culture that is sad. It is a reflection of disfunction. The truth is, a healthy society requires that artists be socially and morally responsible. When they aren’t, it wrecks an ordered society. In truth, we hold artists to a very high standard, and for good reason. That is why people get upset when they see artists being self righteous or abusing their platform. And such actions tend to give all artists a bad rap.

      Bless you for the sacrifices you are making to help prepare your daughter for her role in culture making. She will enrich the lives of others for generations to come. And she will have a wise mother to turn to when times get tough. Have your daughter consider getting a life coach who specializes in coaching creative professionals like her. That is what I do. We are few and far between.

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