They found their owners with a glorious ceremony held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. Oppenheimer left his mark on the Oscar Awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel by winning 7 awards.

Oppenheimer, which won Best Picture, Director, Actor, Supporting Actor, Cinematography, Original Score and Editing Awards, became the most award-winning production of the night.


The Zone of Interest won the Best International Film award at the Academy Awards. Jonathan Glazer, the director of the movie, received the award. Glazer's award speech sparked controversy.


"All our choices were made to reflect and confront us with the present, not to say look what they did then, but to say look what we are doing now. Our film shows that dehumanization has reached its worst point. It has shaped our past and our present. We stand here now as people who deny their Jewishness and that the Holocaust was usurped by an occupation that led to conflict for so many innocent people. How do we resist as all the victims of this inhuman treatment, whether the victims of October 7 in Israel or the victims of the ongoing attack in Gaza?"


More than 450 Jewish producers, actors and staff from Hollywood reacted to the director's speech and published an open letter.

Eli Roth, Debra Messing, Amy Pascal, Lawrence Bender, among many others, said, "We reject the hijacking of our Jewishness to create a moral equivalence between a Nazi regime that sought to exterminate a race of people and a nation of Israel that sought to prevent its own extermination."


The movie tells the story of the camp commandant Rudolf Höss and his wife Hedwig, who try to build a life for their family next to the Auschwitz camp.