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Oscars 2012, Iron Lady but golden make up

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27 February 2012

This night took place in Hollywood the 84th ceremony of Oscars, Academy Awards. After a pause of 8 years, Billy Crystal once again enlivened this prestigious party. Two films victories were: "The Artist" and "Hugo Cabret", every film having respectively carried off 5 Oscars.

The Artist, 1st dumb film after 83 years of absence in our cinema, carried off honours. The film director of this French film and his main actor also went up on the stage to carry off their statuette; costumes and original soundtrack will also have been rewarded.

In Separation, Iranian film, Best Film in foreign language shone in the category.

Best actress was synonymous with Meryl Streep yesterday evening, thanks to her grandiose interpretation for her emblematic role of Margaret Thatcher in Iron Lady. Meryl so lived his 17th nomination, held his 3rd Oscar and demonstrated all her joy in the assembly. « To accept awards is magical, but the friends are even more », she declared.

The Iron Lady also accepted award for the category Best Make-up: Mark Coulier, from Great Britain and J.Roy Holland, the United States, were called to go up on stage. « The biggest tournament in this film will have been to recreate Margaret Thatcher without Meryl Streep's being recognizable. », explained Mark. For J.Roy Holland, most hard " the budget " will have been as it expressed it itself. Both found intriguing that Meryl Streep in Margaret Thatcher crossed very dense crowds on the streets of London during filming and that nobody noticed it.

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The Oscars 2012 winners are:

Best Film: "The Artist"

Best Actress: Meryl Streep (" Iron Lady)

Best Actor: Jean Dujardin (" The Artist ")

Best Actress in a secondary part: Octavia Spencer (" The Help ")

Best Actor in a bit part: Christopher Plummer (" Beginners ")

Best Film director: Michel Hazanavicius (" The Artist ")

Best make-up: " The lady de Fer "

Best creation of costumes: Mark Bridges (" The Artist ")

Best original Scenario: Woody Allen (" Midnight in Paris ")

Best short: "The Shore"

Best Film of animation: "Rango"

Best short of animation: " The Fantastic flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore "

Best Documentary: "Undefeated"

Best documentary short: "Saving Face"

Best adapted scenario: "The Descendants "

Best Music of film: "The Artist"

Best original Song: " Man and Muppet "

Best visual effects: "Hugo Cabret"

Best Assemblage: " Chorus girl with the dragon Tattoo "

Best Sound mixing of sound: "Hugo Cabret"

Best Assemblage of sound: "Hugo Cabret"

Best Film in foreign language: " A Separation " (Iran)