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Steve McQueen accepts the Academy Award for best picture for 12 Years a Slave.
Matthew McConaughey, from left, holds his award for best actor for his role in Dallas Buyers Club, Cate Blanchett holds her award for best actress in Blue Jasmine, Lupita Nyong'o holds her award for best supporting actress for 12 Years a Slave, and Jared Leto holds his award for best supporting actor in Dallas Buyers Club.
Cate Blanchett accepts the Academy Award for best actress in a leading role for Blue Jasmine.
Matthew McConaughey accepts the Academy Award for best actor in a leading role for Dallas Buyers Club.
Lupita Nyong'o with her Academy Award for best actress in a supporting role for 12 Years a Slave.
Lupita Nyong'o accepts the Academy Award for best actress in a supporting role for 12 Years a Slave.
Jared Leto accepts the Academy Award for best actor in a supporting role for Dallas Buyers Club .
John Ridley accepts the Academy Award for the best adapted screenplay of the year for 12 Years a Slave.
Alfonso Cuaron accepts the Academy Award for best director.
Janet Friesen, from left, Darlene Love, Morgan Neville, and Caitrin Rodgers accept the Academy Award for best documentary feature of the year for 20 Feet from Stardom.
Toni Servillo, left, and Paolo Sorrentino accept the Academy Award for best foreign language film of the year for The Great Beauty.
Catherine Martin poses with the Acdemy Award for best costume design for The Great Gatsby.
Jamie Foxx, right, presents Steven Price with the Academy Award for original score in a feature film for Gravity during the Oscars.
Ellen DeGeneres hosted the Academy Awards.
Adruitha Lee, left, and Robin Mathews pose with their Academy Awards for best makeup and hairstyling for Dallas Buyers Club.
Steve McQueen accepts the Academy Award for best picture for 12 Years a Slave. - John Shearer / The Associated Press
Matthew McConaughey, from left, holds his award for best actor for his role in Dallas Buyers Club, Cate Blanchett holds her award for best actress in Blue Jasmine, Lupita Nyong'o holds her award for best supporting actress for 12 Years a Slave, and Jared Leto holds his award for best supporting actor in Dallas Buyers Club. - Jordan Strauss / The Associated Press
Cate Blanchett accepts the Academy Award for best actress in a leading role for Blue Jasmine. - John Shearer / The Associated Press
Matthew McConaughey accepts the Academy Award for best actor in a leading role for Dallas Buyers Club. - CP
Lupita Nyong'o with her Academy Award for best actress in a supporting role for 12 Years a Slave. - Jordan Strauss / The Associated Press
Lupita Nyong'o accepts the Academy Award for best actress in a supporting role for 12 Years a Slave. - CP
Jared Leto accepts the Academy Award for best actor in a supporting role for Dallas Buyers Club . - CP
John Ridley accepts the Academy Award for the best adapted screenplay of the year for 12 Years a Slave. - John Shearer / The Associated Press
Alfonso Cuaron accepts the Academy Award for best director. - Robert Gauthier / Tribune Media MCT
Janet Friesen, from left, Darlene Love, Morgan Neville, and Caitrin Rodgers accept the Academy Award for best documentary feature of the year for 20 Feet from Stardom. - John Shearer / The Associated Press
Toni Servillo, left, and Paolo Sorrentino accept the Academy Award for best foreign language film of the year for The Great Beauty. - John Shearer / The Associated Press
Catherine Martin poses with the Acdemy Award for best costume design for The Great Gatsby. - Jordan Strauss / The Associated Press
Jamie Foxx, right, presents Steven Price with the Academy Award for original score in a feature film for Gravity during the Oscars. - John Shearer / The Associated Press
Ellen DeGeneres hosted the Academy Awards. - Robert Gauthier / Tribune Media MCT
Adruitha Lee, left, and Robin Mathews pose with their Academy Awards for best makeup and hairstyling for Dallas Buyers Club. - Jordan Strauss / The Associated Press

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