(Reuters) - Following is a compete list of winners at the 83rd annual Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.
- Best picture - "The King's Speech"
- Best director - "The King's Speech" (Tom Hooper)
- Best actor - Colin Firth ("The King's Speech")
- Best actress - Natalie Portman ("Black Swan")
- Supporting actor - Christian Bale ("The Fighter")
- Supporting actress - Melissa Leo ("The Fighter")
- Original screenplay - "The King's Speech" (David Seidler)
- Adapted screenplay - "The Social Network" (Aaron Sorkin)
- Foreign language film - "In a Better World" (Denmark)
- Animated feature - "Toy Story 3"
- Original song - "We Belong Together" from "Toy Story 3" (Randy Newman)
- Original score - "The Social Network" (Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross)
- Film editing - "The Social Network" (Angus Wall, Kirk Baxter)
- Cinematography - "Inception" (Wally Pfister)
- Sound Mixing - "Inception (Lora Hirschberg, Gary A. Rizzo, Ed Novick)
- Sound editing - "Inception" (Richard King)
- Visual effects - "Inception" (Paul Franklin, Chris Corbould, Andrew Lockley, Peter Bebb)
- Art direction - "Alice in Wonderland" (Robert Stromberg, Karen O'Hara)
- Costume design - "Alice in Wonderland" (Colleen Atwood)
- Makeup - "The Wolfman" (Rick Baker, Dave Elsey)
- Documentary feature - "Inside Job"
- Documentary short subject - "Strangers No More"
- Live action short film - "God of Love"
- Animated short film - "The Lost Thing"
NOTE: "The King's Speech" was released in North America by the Weinstein Co., which is closely held. "Black Swan" was released by Fox Searchlight, a unit of News Corp. "The Fighter" was released by Paramount Pictures, a unit of Viacom Inc.
"The Social Network" was released by Columbia Pictures, and "Inside Job" and "In a Better World" by Sony Pictures Classics. Both are units of Sony Corp.
"Toy Story 3" and "Alice in Wonderland" were released by Walt Disney Pictures, a unit of Walt Disney Co. "Inception" was released by Warner Bros., a unit of Time Warner Inc. "The Wolfman" was released by NBC Universal's Universal Pictures, which is controlled by Comcast Corp.
Reporting by Dean Goodman in Los Angeles; Editing by Sandra Maler