• Oscars 2016 in pictures: The winners from the 88th Academy Awards If there was one copper-bottomed certainty for the 88th Academy Awards, it was this: Leonardo Di Caprio and Brie Larson would triumph in the Best Actor and Actress categories.
Having scooped Golden Globe and the Bafta awards, Di Caprio finally picked up that elusive Oscar at the sixth time of asking for his turn as a vengeful fur trapper in The Revenant.
Fisher Stevens’ new documentary “Before the Flood,” produced by Leonardo Di Caprio, examines our planet’s everlasting ecological nightmare, a look at our bleak future if we continue to stand idly by and a call to arms to stand up for change.
The journey for me was to try and make a modern-day film about climate change.
I’ve been studying this issue for the past 15 years, I’ve been watching it very closely.
These are the eight things that everyone will be talking about this morning.
Just when it looked certain that The Revenant was going to run away with Best Picture, the Academy sprung a surprise.
He gave an emotive if very obviously pre-written speech about climate changes as he accepted his award, which he dedicated to “the people out there whose voices have been drowned out by the politics of greed”.