Oscars: Wins by Film and Studio

'The Shape of Water' received four nods after landing a whopping 13 nominations.

After landing 13 nominations at the 90th Academy Awards, The Shape of Water was the big winner on Sunday night — but not by much. The film took home four Oscars, including best picture and best director for Guillermo del Toro.

Dunkirk followed with three wins for sound editing and mixing, along with film editing. Four films scored two Oscars, and another four just one (see the full tally below).

Twentieth Century Fox’s specialty division Fox Searchlight led the studio count, with boasting rights to six Oscars, thanks to the four wins for Shape of Water and the two acting trophies that were claimed by Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

Warner Bros. followed close behind with five nods, all in the crafts categories — Dunkirk took three and Blade Runner 2049, which Warners distributed domestically, scored the awards for cinematography and visual effects. (Sony Pictures co-financed Alcon Entertainment’s Blade Runner 2049 and distributed it internationally, giving the studio shared custody of its two wins.)

Focus Features, Universal Pictures’ specialty label, notched a trio of wins — two for Darkest Hour and one for Phantom Thread.
Disney had a hand in two Oscars since Pixar’s Coco took the statuettes for animated film and song.
Sony Pictures Classics went home with two awards — for Call Me by Your Name’s adapted screenplay and the foreign-language film A Fantastic Woman.
Universal, Neon/30West and Netflix received one Oscar each for, respectively, Get Out’s original screenplay, Allison Janney’s supporting actress victory in I, Tonya and the best documentary Icarus.

Wins by film

The Shape of Water — 4
 — 3
Blade Runner 2049 — 2
Coco — 2
Darkest Hour — 2
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri — 2
Call Me by Your Name — 1
Out — 1
I, Tonya — 1
Phantom Thread — 1