A huge congratulations to all the winners and all the nominated films teams of artists at this year’s 91st Oscars.
The Winners for Best Visual Effects: First Man.
Congratulations to all the artists behind First Man
In 1961, test pilot and engineer Neil Armstrong joins NASA, which has been charged with landing an American on the moon by the end of the decade. Despite the dangers of the job and the pressure on his family, Armstrong remains dedicated to his mission and becomes the first man on the moon.
Congrats to all the artists!
In case your wondering, Ian Hunter said during his acceptance speech
“And it is an honor,… and humbling to honor Neil Armstrong and all the men and women of NASA. Thank you so much. Cursum Perficio”.
Cursum Perficio is the Hunter family motto it means I accomplish my course.
Best Animated film:
SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE
Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller
When New York teenager Miles Morales is bitten by a radioactive spider, he is astonished to discover that he has superpowers just like Spider-Man. After being trained by Peter Parker and assuming his mantle, Miles is joined by other Spidey heroes from parallel universes as he battles an array of cunning villains.
“So when we hear that somebody’s kid was watching the movie and turned to them and said, “He looks like me.” Or, “They speak Spanish like us,” we feel like we already won”, PHIL LORD.
Congrats to all the Sony Pictures Team.
Short Film Animated Film
Domee Shi and Becky Neiman-Cobb
A lonely Chinese mother suffering from empty nest syndrome is thrilled to become a parent again when one of her homemade dumplings comes to life. As Dumpling grows, however, the inevitable conflicts between parent and child arise and Mom must acknowledge that no one stays little forever.
Congrats to all the Pixar Team.
Bao is Domee Shi’s directorial debut. When Domee Shi was a little girl growing up in Toronto, her mother treated her like a precious dumpling, constantly making sure she was safe and didn’t wander away. That maternal care inspired the story behind Pixar’s latest short film, which was rendered in RenderMan as a fully physically based path traced project.