Women cleaned up at the Academy Awards this year, taking home 15 of the coveted gold statues for their creative efforts across the entertainment industry — the most in Oscars history.
Topping the previous record of 12 female wins in the annual ceremony, which happened in 2007 and, again, in 2015, this year's Academy Awards also saw several other firsts for women, such as Ruth E. Carter becoming the first black person to win the award for Best Costume Design and Hannah Beachler becoming the first black person to win for Best Production Design.
This banner year for women is a sharp departure from 2018's ceremony, at which only six women won Oscars, but, hopefully, signals a more positive change in the film industry as it continues to grapple with equality and representation issues.
Read on to see all the talented women who took home an Oscar in 2019:
Best Actress for "The Favourite"
Best Supporting Actress for "If Beale Street Could Talk"
Best Costume Design for "Black Panther"
Best Original Song for "Shallow" from the film "A Star is Born"
(shared with Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt)
Best Production Design for "Black Panther"
(shared with Jay Hart)
Best Short Subject Documentary for "Period. End of Sentence"
Best Animated Short Film for "Bao"
Best Documentary Feature for "Free Solo"
(shared with Jimmy Chin and Evan Hayes)
Best Sound Editing for "Bohemian Rhapsody"
(shared with John Warhurst)
Best Live Action Short Film for "Skin"
(shared with Guy Nattiv)
Best Makeup and Hairstyling for "Vice"
(shared with Greg Cannom)
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