Last night, Hollywood’s biggest night, The Oscars, honored the best movies of 2016.

The host of the night Jimmy Kimmel and a roster of presenters including Ben Affleck, Meryl Streep, Leonardo di Caprio as well as 50 Shades production’s co-stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan kept the thrill of the night alongside Justin Timberlake and John Legend who delighted the public with their outstanding performances.

The fabulous Casey Affleck won the prize for the Best Actor for the movie ‘Manchester by the Sea’, while Emma Stone was called as the Best Actress for her performance in ‘La La Land’. For the Best Supporting Actor, Mahershala Ali from ‘Moonlight’ was the winner of the night becoming the first Muslim actor to win an Academy Award, while Viola Davis got the Best Supporting Actress prize for ‘Fences’.

The film that won the most prizes was ‘La La Land’ with 6 (Best Production Design, Best Cinematography, Best Original Score, Best Director, Best Original Song and Best Actress) among 14 nominations, followed my ‘Moonlight’ with 3 (Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay). Also, the most controversial moment of the night involves the 2 movies, when by the end of the event, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced the first as winner for Best Picture, instead of the latter due to an envelope mix-up.

Best Original Screenplay was won by ‘Manchester by the Sea’, Best Film Editing by ‘Hacksaw Ridge’, Best Visual Effects by ‘The Jungle Book’, Best Costume Design by ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ and Best Makeup and Hairstyling by ‘Suicide Squad’. Furthermore, Best Sound Mixing was won by ‘Hacksaw Ridge’, Best Sound Editing by ‘Arrival’, Best Live Action Short Film by ‘Sing’ and Best Animated Short Film by ‘Piper’. Last but not least, Best Documentary – Short Subject was won by ‘The White Helmets’, Best Documentary – Feature by ‘O.J.: Made in America’, Best Foreign Language Film by ‘The Salesman’ and Best Animated Feature Film by ‘Zootopia’.

Just as Amber Lounge is the ultimate event when it comes to Formula 1, The Oscars’ night is the most memorable one of the movie industry, celebrated in the most luxurious way possible and gathering all celebrities showing off their glamorous and on point outfits to the craving paparazzi.

Read more about one of the most sought-after events worldwide: www.oscars.org