Oscars Speech

  • Oscars: Onstage speech for Short Film (Animated) February 27, 2012

    New Delhi: The Oscars for the Best Short Film (Animated) went to William Joyce and Brandon Oldenburg for 'The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore'. Here's the onstage speech by Joyce and Oldenberg. William Joyce: Like look, we're just these two, like swamp rats from Louisiana and this is...
  • Oscars: On-stage speech for Best Original Song February 27, 2012

    New Delhi: Bret McKenzie bagged the award for Best Music (Original Song) at the Oscars. The song 'Man or a Muppet' from the movie - 'The Muppets' won the top honour in this category. Bret McKenzie: Wow, thank you Academy. I grew up in New Zealand watching "The Muppets" on...
  • Oscars: Best director speech by Hazanavicius February 27, 2012

    New Delhi: Michel Hazanavicius won the Best Director Oscars for 'The Artist'. The silent, French romance had a dream run at the Oscars sweeping the top awards including - Best Film and Best Leading Actor. Here's Michel Hazanavicius's speech after winning Best Director- Michel Hazanavicius: Yes, thank you. Thank you...
  • Oscars: Best documentary (Short Subject) speech February 27, 2012

    New Delhi: 'Saving Face' the documentary on the rehabilitation of acid attack victims in Pakistan won the Best Documentary (Short Subject)at the Oscars. 'Saving Face' tells the stories of two acid-attack survivors - Zakia and Rukhsana, their arduous attempts to bring their assailants to justice, and the charitable work of...
  • Oscars: Best actor Dujardin's onstage speech February 27, 2012

    New Delhi: Jean Dujardin won the Oscars for the Best Actor for his role in 'The Artist'. Dujardin was competing with heavy-weights like George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Gary Oldman for the title of the best actor in a leading role. Jean Dujardin: Thank you. Oui! I love your country....
  • Oscarspeak: The best and worst puns February 23, 2009

    "When we started out, we had no stars, we had no power or muscle, we didn't have enough money really to do what we wanted to do. But what we had was a script that inspired mad love in everyone who read it. ... Most of all, we had passion...
  • Oscar speech: 45 seconds to thank the lord, world... February 22, 2009

    Imagine you have just won the most coveted prize in Hollywood -- an Academy Award. One billion TV viewers are watching. You have 45-seconds to speak. How hard can it be to tell the world how you feel? CNN-IBN Neil Curry finds out. ...