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Live at the Oscars: Visual Effects Goes to Inception

Live at the Oscars: Visual Effects Goes to Inception

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As expected, Chris Nolan’s Inception wins best visual effects. It had to be. And Inception now leads with four awards for the night. “It feels like that top is still spinning,” says Paul Franklin. Here’s more from the acceptance speech and backstage interview.

As expected, Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter win best editing for The Social Network, which has now won three (others are score and adapted screenplay). They were nominated for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. The Fighter has won two. The King’s Speech has only won one.

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