The 89th Academy Awards aired last night at 8:30 pm EST. This year the world's most prestigious award show was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. There were a total of 122 nominees but just 24 of highly coveted Oscars were up for grabs. In case you missed it, here are all the winners from last night.

Best Picture

Moonlight took home best picture last night. This happened after Faye Dunaway mistakenly announced that La La Land was the winner. The cast and crew had gone mid-way through their speeches before a producer came on stage to rectify their mistake and announce that Moonlight had actually won.

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Directing

If it's any consolation for not winning best picture, Damien Chazelle took home the prize for directing the hit film, La La Land.

Actor in a Leading Role

Casey Affleck, took home the prize for Best Actor in Manchester by the Sea.

Actress in a Leading Role

Emma Stone won Best Actress for La La Land, beating out Meryl Streep who received her 20th Academy Award nomination. Although fans shouldn't feel too bad as Streep already has three Oscars under her belt.

Actress in a Supporting Role

Viola Davis won Best Supporting Actress for her role in Fences.

Actor in a Supporting Role

Mahershala Ali of Moonlight took home Best Supporting Actor.

Adapted Screenplay

Moonlight, won Best Writing Adapted Screenplay.

Original Screenplay

Manchester by the Sea won Best Original Screenplay.

Animated Feature Film

Zootopia took home the prize for best Animated Film

Foreign Language Film

The Iranian film, The Salesman took home the prize for Best Foreign Language Film.

Documentary Feature

O.J.: Made in America took home the prize for Best Documentary Feature.

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Cinematography

La La Land won best Cinematography.

Film Editing

Hacksaw Ridge, the new biographical war drama film directed by Mel Gibson received the award for Best Film Editing

Production Design

La La Land took home Best Production Design.

Costume Design

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them won Best Costume Design.

Makeup and Hairstyling

Suicide Squad won the award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling.

Original Score

La La Land won Best Original Score

Original Song

"City of Stars", from La La Land won Best Original Song.

Sound Editing

Arrival won for Best Sound Editing.

Sound Mixing

Hacksaw Ridge won the award for Best Sound Mixing.

Visual Effects

The Jungle Book won for Best Visual Effects.

Animated Short Film

Piper, won for Best Animated Short Film.

Live Action Short Film

Sing, won Best Live Action Short Film.

Documentary Short Subject

The White Helmets, won Best Documentary Short Subject. Although ironically, the cinematographer was barred from attending the Oscars by immigration.

The total tally came out with a certain three worded film that begins with "L" taking home a whopping seven Academy Awards (as many had predicted they would), followed by Moonlight with three, Manchester by the Sea with two, and the rest with one apiece. Certainly an entertaining evening full of drama, suspense, excitement and disappointment!