Hollywood's biggest night may be over, but the 85th Annual Oscars (the winners, the performances, the fashion) are all anyone can talk about.
While some of the night's most notable golden boy winners were Argo for Best Picture, Daniel Day-Lewis for Best Actor (Lincoln), Jennifer Lawrence for Best Actress (Silver Linings Playbook) and Ang Lee for Best Director (Life of Pi), Canadians also walked away with some hardware. Toronto's own Mychael Danna scored the Oscar for Best Original Score for his work on Life of Pi and British Columbia's set decorator Jim Erickson shared in the Best Production Design win for Lincoln (to name a few).
CBC News arts reporter and film critic Eli Glasner - who has been in Los Angeles covering everything leading up to the big event - gave his Oscar recap this morning (while many of the stars were probably still sleeping). Take a look:
Before Mychael Danna's big win, Eli sat down with him to talk about working on the film.
Award season isn't completely finished. Be sure to tune into the inaugural Canadian Screen Awards March 3, 2013 at 8 pm ET on CBC. We'll be live streaming the star-studded red carpet show, beginning at 4:30 pm ET, right here on cbc.ca/live.