Best Director: Damien Chazelle (La La Land)
Best Actress: Emma Stone (La La Land)
Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali (Moonlight)
Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis (Fences)
Best Adapted Screenplay: Moonlight
Best Original Screenplay: Manchester by the Sea
Best Animated Feature: Zootopia
Best Documentary Feature: OJ: Made in America
Best Foreign Language Film: The Salesman
Best Cinematography: La La Land
Best Documentary Short Subject: The White Helmets
Best Original Score: La La Land
Best Original Song: "City of Stars" (La La Land)
Best Production Design: La La Land
Best Animated Short Film: Piper
Best Live Action Short Film: Sing
Best Visual Effects: The Jungle Book
Some stray notes:
• Best Actor is a close race between Casey Affleck and Denzel Washington. Affleck deserves it - his performance was more understated, and Denzel's already won twice before - but I already have Manchester by the Sea beating out La La Land for writing and I'm trying to minimize my disappointment, so I'm putting Denzel.
• I don't have Arrival winning anything and that sucks. It at least deserves to win Sound Editing, but that one tends to favor war movies. It's also more deserving of Editing than La La Land, but that movie's gonna win just about everything, so what can you do?
• Sound Mixing always favors musicals. As many have pointed out, the sound mix was one of the few universal complaints about La La Land, so it's dumb that it's going to win this category, but here we are.
• Also, am I crazy, or was "City of Stars" not that great?
• Suicide Squad is up for Makeup and Hairstyling. The makeup was one of the few aspects of that movie that didn't suck, but I'm putting down Star Trek Beyond because I can't bear the thought of Suicide Squad winning an Oscar. Plus, Star Trek 2009 won this category.
• I could see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them pulling an upset in either Production Design or Costume Design.
• I liked La La Land just fine, but jeez.