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Spotlight topped Sunday's Academy Awards, while Leonardo DiCaprio finally won his long-awaited Oscar.

Spotlight became the first Best Picture winner since 1952's The Greatest Show on Earth and the sixth overall to win only one other award, which was original screenplay. This marked the first time since the preferential ballot was adopted for Best Picture six years ago that the Producers Guild Award, which went to the Oscars' adapted screenplay winner The Big Short, mismatched.

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The night's biggest winner was Mad Max: Fury Road, which took home six below-the-line awards: costume design, production design and makeup and hairstyling, film editing, sound editing and sound mixing.

After four previous acting nominations and one for producing, DiCaprio won Best Actor for The Revenant. He is the eighth performer to get his first win on his fifth nomination.

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The Revenant picked up two other history-making wins. Alejandro G. Inarritu is now the third person, after John Ford and Joseph L. Mankiewicz, and the first in 65 years to win back-to-back directing Oscars. Spotlight's win means this is the 24th time and third in the last four years that picture and director have split. The Revenant's Emmanuel Lubezki became the first person to receive three straight Oscars in cinematography. He's the eighth to win three in the category and is now one behind the record four, held by Leon Shamroy and Joseph Ruttenberg.

Brie Larson (Room) won Best Actress to complete her awards sweep. Her and DiCaprio's wins are the 24th and 25th times a performance swept the Globe, Critics' Choice, Screen Actors Guild Award, BAFTA and Oscar.

The supporting awards went to The Danish Girl's Alicia Vikander and Bridge of Spies' Mark Rylance. At 27, Vikander is now the 10th youngest winner in the supporting actress category. A three-time Tony winner, Rylance upset Sylvester Stallone and is the second person to win an Oscar in a Steven Spielberg film after Daniel Day-Lewis.

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Legendary composer Ennio Morricone, 87, finally won his first Oscar, for The Hateful Eight's score, after six nominations and an honorary Oscar.

Sam Smith's "Writing's on the Wall," from Spectre, shocked Lady Gaga and Diane Warren's "'Til It Happens to You" in original song. It's the second Bond song to win after "Skyfall."

Other winners include Inside Out for animated feature and Ex Machina, which pulled off a major upset in visual effects. It is the second non-Best Picture nominee to beat a field of Best Picture nominees in the category since Tora! Tora! Tora! beat Patton 45 years ago.

See the full list of winners below.

Picture:
Spotlight (Michael Sugar, Steve Golin, Nicole Rocklin and Blye Pagon Faust, producers)

Director: Alejandro G. Inarritu, The Revenant

Lead Actor:
Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant

Lead Actress:
Brie Larson, Room

Supporting Actor:
Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies

Supporting Actress:
Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl

Original Screenplay: Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer, Spotlight

Adapted Screenplay:
Charles Randolph and Adam McKay, The Big Short

Animated Feature: Inside Out

Foreign Language Film:
Son of Saul (Hungary)

Documentary Feature: Amy

Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki, The Revenant

Costume Design:
Jenny Beavan, Mad Max: Fury Road

Documentary Short Subject:
A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness

Film Editing:
Margaret Sixel, Mad Max: Fury Road

Makeup and Hairstyling: Lesley Vanderwalt, Elka Wardega and Damian Martin, Mad Max: Fury Road

Original Score: Ennio Morricone, The Hateful Eight

Original Song:
"Writing's on the Wall," Jimmy Napes and Sam Smith, Spectre

Production Design: Colin Gibson (production design); Lisa Thompson (set decoration), Mad Max: Fury Road

Animated Short Film: Bear Story

Live Action Short Film: Stutterer

Sound Editing: Mark Mangini and David White, Mad Max: Fury Road

Sound Mixing: Chris Jenkins, Gregg Rudloff and Ben Osmo, Mad Max: Fury Road

Visual Effects:
Andrew Whitehurst, Paul Norris, Mark Ardington and Sara Bennett, Ex Machina