Oscars 2016: Full List Of Oscar Winners


Film News - Oscars 2016 - Full List Of Oscar WinnersLast night we witnessed some expected and some surprising winners revealed at the 88th Academy Awards via our television screens. Here is the full list of the nominees and who won in their categories.

 

BEST PICTURE

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Nominations for Best Picture include The Big Short, Bridge of Spies, Brooklyn, Mad Max Fury Road, The Martian, The Revenant, Room and SpotlightThe Big Short

Bridge of Spies

Brooklyn

Mad Max: Fury Road

The Martian

The Revenant

Room

Spotlight

WINNER

SPOTLIGHT

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Spotlight Wins Best PictureNo major surprise here as it was coming down to either this or The Revenant to walk away with the Oscar. As much as I hoped for a Mad Max: Fury Road upset the right film won overall. Enjoyed Michael Keaton’s celebration of the announcement that Spotlight won Best Picture and does this making his way to the stage, love it!

Oscars 2016 - Michael Keaton Celebrating Spotlight Winning Best Picture

 

BEST ACTOR

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Best Actor Nominations include Bryan Cranston, Matt Damon, Leonardo DiCaprio, Michael Fassbender and Eddie RedmayneBryan Cranston (Trumbo)

Matt Damon (The Martian)

Leonardo DiCaprio (The Revenant)

Michael Fassbender (Steve Jobs)

Eddie Redmayne (The Danish Girl)

WINNER

LEONARDO DICAPRIO for THE REVENANT

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Leonardo DiCaprio finally wins Best ActorIt may have taken some time but Leonardo DiCaprio has finally won that golden statue at the sixth time of asking. He was composed to not only thank those that helped shape his career throughout the years but also make a statement on climate change.

Making The Revenant was about man’s relationship to the natural world, a world that we collectively felt in 2015 as the hottest year in recorded history. Our production needed to move to the southern tip of this planet just to be able to find snow. Climate change is real. It is happening right now. It is the most urgent threat affecting our species. We need to work together and stop procrastinating.

While some will argue that his performance as Hugh Glass is ‘less worthy’ than his previous roles which earned him an Nomination before, outside of Fassbender, it’s hard to see who else from the nominees this year had a shot of stopping his momentum.

BEST ACTRESS

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Best Actress Nominations include Cate Blanchett, Brie Larson, Jennifer Lawrence, Charlotte Rampling and Saoirse RonanCate Blanchett (Carol)

Brie Larson (Room)

Jennifer Lawrence (Joy)

Charlotte Rampling (45 Years)

Saoirse Ronan (Brooklyn)

WINNER

BRIE LARSON for ROOM

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Brie Larson Winning Best ActressBrie Larson seemed a lock for this category in which she won her first Oscar with her first nomination playing Joy Newsome in Room, a young girl being held against her will while trying to protect her son from their surreal predicament. She may have ran away with the category in other awards this season, but it was a pretty well rounded category with really good performances from the likes of Cate Blanchett and Saoirse Ronan.

 

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Best Supporting Actor Nominations include Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Mark Ruffalo, Mark Rylance and Sylvester StalloneChristian Bale (The Big Short)

Tom Hardy (The Revenant)

Mark Ruffalo (Spotlight)

Mark Rylance (Bridge of Spies)

Sylvester Stallone (Creed)

WINNER

MARK RYLANCE for BRIDGE OF SPIES 

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Mark Rylance Wins Best Supporting ActorSome people may be upset at Mark Rylance winning for his performance as Rudolf Abel in Bridge of Spies. Though he did give the best performance in the film alongside Tom Hanks (which is a testament in itself), I still think it wasn’t that Oscar worthy to begin with while Benicio Del Toro’s performance in Sicario didn’t get a look in, which shows you what I know in the end up as he wins an Oscar for it, but again personal preferences and all that. Though the film itself was good but not a Spielberg classic by his standards (which are stupidly high considering), Rylance seemed to have more momentum going into this while Sylvester Stallone was the dark horse I felt going into it. Personally my pick out of the nominees was Mark Ruffalo’s performance in Spotlight and I’m sure it was a very close race in the end up on deciding the winner. Think people will still talk about how Stallone got ‘robbed’ of an Oscar win for a while to come as it seemed to take up my feeds on social media once Rylance was announced as the winner.

 

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Best Supporting Actress Nominations include Jennifer Jason Leigh, Rooney Mara, Rachel McAdams, Alicia Vikander and Kate WinsletJennifer Jason Leigh (The Hateful Eight)

Rooney Mara (Carol)

Rachel McAdams (Spotlight)

Alicia Vikander (The Danish Girl)

Kate Winslet (Steve Jobs)

WINNER

ALICIA VIKANDER for THE DANISH GIRL

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Alicia Vikander Wins Best Supporting ActressAlicia Vikander topped off a rather busy year by winning in the Best Supporting Actress category for The Danish Girl. The category itself had been pretty open during award season, with Rooney Mara seemingly being the front runner since the Cannes Film Festival for her performance in Carol, to Kate Winslet taking over after winning the Supporting Actress category at the Golden Globes. Granted I will be one of the few that’ll say I enjoyed Vikander’s performance in Ex Machina more than in The Danish Girl, she was easily the best thing about that film and showed a lot of range with pretty weak material (I wasn’t a fan of The Danish Girl at all). Speaking at the press room after her win she said:

I came to this film two years ago and it wasn’t an easy film to get made. It took 15 years. To the cultural change since I finished the film with Caitlyn Jenner coming out, Tangerine and Transparent. The Danish Girl has been so educational for me. I hope it can open a wider conversation.

 

BEST DIRECTOR

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Best Director Nominations include Adam McKay, George Miller, Alejandro G. Inarritu, Lenny Abrahamson and Tom McCarthyAdam McKay (The Big Short)

George Miller (Mad Max: Fury Road)

Alejandro G. Iñárritu (The Revenant)

Lenny Abrahamson (Room)

Tom McCarthy (Spotlight)

WINNER

ALEJANDRO G. IÑÁRRITU for THE REVENANT

Film News - Oscars 2016 Alejandro G. Iñárritu Wins For Best DirectorIn a tough category to choose from, Alejandro G. Iñárritu managed to pick up his second Best Director Oscar in a row (won for Birdman last year), breaking Academy history by being the first director to win back-to-back in 65 years, joining a small list of directors to do so – John Ford (The Grapes of Wrath/How Green Was My Valley) and Joseph L. Mankiewicz (A Letter To Three Wives/All About Eve). Accepting the award, Alejandro said that he was:

Very lucky to be here tonight, okay, but unfortunately, many others haven’t had the same luck. There is a line in the film that says, Glass to his mixed-race son, ‘They don’t listen to you, they just see the color of your skin.’ So what a great opportunity to our generation to really liberate ourselves from all prejudice and, you know, this tribal thinking, and make sure for once and forever that the color of the skin become as irrelevant as the length of our hair.

I was thinking that Adam McKay could’ve been a long shot for the way he made The Big Short with several ideas and make stock exchange sound bites easier to digest for the regular viewing audience and I’ll admit I was hoping for a George Miller upset, but it seemed set in stone for a while now that the Oscar was going to end up going back to Iñárritu this year.

 

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Best Animated Feature Film Nominations include Anomalisa, Boy And The World, Inside Out, Shaun The Sheep Movie and When Marnie Was ThereAnomalisa

Boy And The World

Inside Out

Shaun The Sheep Movie

When Marnie Was There

WINNER

INSIDE OUT

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Inside Out Wins Best Animated Feature FilmTo the surprise of no one at all, Inside Out walked away with the Oscar in the Best Animated Feature Film category. This marks the fourth film in a row to come from the Disney chain to win in the Best Animated Feature Film category (The Brave One in 2013, Frozen in 2014 and Big Hero 6 in 2015).

 

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

Carol

Cinderella

The Danish Girl

Mad Max: Fury Road

The Revenant

WINNER

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Jenny Beavan Wins Best Costume Design Oscar For work on Mad Max Fury RoadAfter earning a BAFTA in the Best Costume Design category, which resulted in online controversy over host Stephen Fry’s ‘baglady’ comment, Jenny Beavan had an Oscar win last night in the Costume Design category for her work in Mad Max: Fury Road, which again resulted in more controversy with the online community as people bashed her fellow peers for not clapping her as she made her way down the aisle to get her second Oscar (first was for A Room With A View).

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Jenny Beavan No ClapWith not a single fuck given about going with the ‘norm Oscar attire’, Beavan explained her choice of outfit when quizzed saying:

I don’t do frocks and absolutely don’t do heels, I have a bad back. I look ridiculous in a beautiful gown. This was a homage to Mad Max and I obviously didn’t get it quite right at the BAFTAs, the scarf was meant to be an oil rag. I just like feeling comfortable and as far as I’m concerned I’m really dressed up.

Though I’m happy for her win, I thought the Academy would be eating up the Cinderella nomination and give the Oscar to that.

 

BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE

Amy

Cartel Land

The Look of Silence

What Happened, Miss Simone?

Winter On Fire

WINNER

AMY

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Asif Kapadia and James Gay Rees accepted Oscar for Amy winning Best Documentary FeatureOne of the few categories I can’t really comment on is the Best Documentary Feature as I haven’t seen any of the nominees here, Amy marks director Asif Kapadia’s first Oscar win, after the ‘snub’ of documentary Senna back in 2010/2011. In accepting the award, Kapadia said:

To the contributors, everyone who trusted us to actually make this film. Really, this film is all about Amy, this is all about showing the world who she really was: not her tabloid persona, the beautiful girl, the amazing soul, funny, intelligent, witty, someone special, someone who needed looking after. We just wanted to make a film to show the world who she really was.

 

BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT

Body Team

Chau, Beyond The Lines

Claude Lanzmann

A Girl In The River: The Price of Forgiveness

Last Day of Freedom

 

WINNER

A GIRL IN THE RIVER: THE PRICE OF FORGIVENESS

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy with Oscar Win For Best Documentary Short A Girl In The River The Price Of ForgivenessThis marks Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy’s first Oscar for winning in the Best Documentary Short category for A Girl In The River: The Price of Forgiveness, which examines the tensions between modernism and tradition in Pakistan,following a courageous young woman named Saba Qaiser who lives to tell of her attempted honour killing by her own family. Again a category I can’t comment on as I have not seen any of the nominees, Obaid-Chinoy used her acceptance speech to discuss the subject of the documentary, honour killings, by saying the following:

This is what happens when determined women get together. This week the Pakistani Prime Minister has said that he will change the law on honour killing after watching this film. That is the power of film. The impact of her story is tremendous, because it is going to change lives, and it’s going to save lives, and there can be no greater reward than that. The power of being nominated for an Academy Award really does mean for a country like Pakistan that you can change laws. From Saba, the woman in my film who remarkably survived an honour killing and shared her story, to Sheila Nevins and Lisa Heller from HBO, to Tina Brown, who supported me from day one. To the men who champion women, like Geof Bartz in my film, who’s edited the film, to Asad Faruqi, to my friend Ziad, who brought this film to the government. To all the brave men out there, like my father and my husband, who push women to go to school and work, and who want a more just society for women.

This definitely sounds like the documentary I’ll have to seek and find later in the year as soon as it becomes available.

 

BEST MAKEUP AND HAIR STYLING

Mad Max: Fury Road

The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared

The Revenant

WINNER

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Elka Wardega, Lesley Vanderwalt and Damian Martin accept the Best Makeup and Hairstyling award for Mad Max Fury RoadElka Wardega, Lesley Vanderwalt and Damian Martin picked up their Oscars for winning in the Best Makeup And Hair Styling category last night. I think the right choice was made for this category, even though I haven’t seen or heard of the existence of The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared.

 

BEST ORIGINAL SONG

Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)

Manta Ray (Racing Extinction)

Simple Song #3 (Youth)

Til It Happens To You (The Hunting Ground)

Writing’s On The Wall (Spectre)

WINNER

WRITING’S ON THE WALL from SPECTRE

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Singer Sam Smith and Composer Jimmy Napes accept their award for Best Song Writings On The Wall from SpectreThe result isn’t surprising, yet it is probably the one result which resulted in a few moans as it was announced that ‘Writing’s On The Wall’ composed by Jimmy Napes and singer Sam Smith won in the Best Song Category. In his acceptance speech, Smith said:

I stand here tonight as a proud gay man and I hope that we can all stand together as equals one day. I read an article a few months ago by Sir Ian McKellen, and he said that no openly gay man had ever won an Oscar. If this is the case, even if it isn’t the case, I want to dedicate this to the LGBT community all around the world.

Granted that Smith’s faux pas of thinking ‘no openly gay man had ever won an Oscar’ line resulted in some strong words on social media from a few viewers, one included Dustin Lance Black, who won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay of Milk back in 2008, saying the following:

BEST ANIMATED SHORT

Bear Story

Prologue

Sanjay’s Super Team

We Can’t Live Without Cosmos

World of Tomorrow

WINNER
BEAR STORY

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Gabriel Osorio and Pato Escala Receiving Their Oscars as Bear Story Wins Best Animated ShortFrom writer-director Gabriel Osorio and producer Pato Escala, Bear Story ended up winning the Oscar for Best Animated Short. The short follows a bear who is separated from his family when he is taken to perform in a circus. Osorio stated that the short was inspired by his childhood in Chile, during which the political unrest meant that he grew up not knowing his grandfather. He went on to say that Bear Story had:

A very Latin American movie but with a universal feeling. I tried to tell the importance of a family being together. … The message is that we must try not to make the same mistakes of the past.

Once again I can’t really comment in this category due to not seeing any of the nominees.

 

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT

Ave Maria

Day One

Everything Will be Okay (Alles Wird Gut)

Stutterer

Shok

WINNER

STUTTERER

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Benjamin Cleary with Oscar for Best Short Film Live Action with StuttererIrish film Stutterer ended up taking the Oscar for Best Short Film Live Action with Benjamin Cleary, who wrote, directed and edited the film, accepting the award with producers Serena Armitage and Shan Christopher Ogilvie, and director of photography Michael Paleodimos. During his speech, Cleary said:

Every day is a proud day to be Irish, but today even more so… Sláinte!

The only one I’ve watched in this category and with Irish bias, I’m glad it won!

 

BEST SOUND EDITING

Mad Max: Fury Road

Sicario

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The Martian

The Revenant

WINNER

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Mark Mangini and David White win Oscars for Best Sound Editing on Mad Max Fury RoadIn a tight category, it ended up being a good night for both Mark Mangini and David White as they both won their first Oscar for their Sound Editing work on Mad Max: Fury Road.

BEST SOUND MIXING

Bridge of Spies

Mad Max: Fury Road

The Martian

The Revenant

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

WINNER

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Gregg Rudloff, Chris Jenkins and Ben Osmo accept the Oscar for best sound mixing for Mad Max Fury RoadNormally if you have Best Sound Editing in the bag, it makes sense that Mad Max: Fury Road would end up walking away with the Oscar for Best Sound Mixing as well. Chris Jenkins, Gregg Rudloff and Ben Osmo received Oscars for their work on the film.

BEST FILM EDITING

The Big Short

Mad Max: Fury Road

The Revenant

Spotlight

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

WINNER

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Margaret Sixel winning Oscar for Best Film Editing on Mad Max Fury RoadMargaret Sixel earned her first Oscar for Best Film Editing on Mad Max: Fury Road, becoming the twelfth woman to do so in this particular category. In her acceptance speech, Sixel said:

Us Mad Maxers are doing okay tonight. Thank you so much to the Academy. You know, Mad Max was the best-reviewed film of 2015. Audiences loved it, and to be honored tonight is just more than we could ever have hoped for. But it took enormous creative courage and guts to make this film, so I just want to say thanks to George Miller, Doug Mitchell and the whole crew that endured six months in that Namibian desert to bring back the most amazing footage. But honestly, it’s in the edit room that the final … that the film is finally forged. It’s the final rewrite, so I just want to salute my beloved picture department who are in Sydney, and all who work in post, who work with their hands, heads and most importantly, their hearts.

I did believe that The Big Short would end up winning this award with the way it used its cuts but I’m not complaining that Sixel won it for her work in Mad Max: Fury Road, what makes it more impressive is that she edited the film without sound (which Jon Schnepp claimed on Collider Movie Talk last night in their Post Oscar Show video).

 

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

Embrace of the Serpent

Mustang

Son of Saul

Theeb

A War

WINNER

SON OF SAUL

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Laszlo Nemes Wins Oscar with Son of Saul for Best Foreign Language FilmWhat seemed like a lock on the Best Foreign Language Film category for a while, Son of Saul walked away with the Oscar against the other contenders. Son of Saul tells the story of a Jewish Auschwitz concentration-camp prisoner desperately trying to give a boy a decent burial, was widely seen as this year’s favorite in the foreign-language category. In his speech, director Laszlo Nemes said:

I want to share this with Geza Rohrig, my main actor, and the incredible cast and crew that believed in this project when no one else did. You know, even in the darkest hours of mankind … there might be a voice within us, that allows us to remain human. That’s the hope of this film. Thank you very much, thank you.

I haven’t caught any of these nominees yet as most of them haven’t been released over here yet including Oscar winner Son of Saul.

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

Bridge of Spies

Carol

The Hateful Eight

Sicario

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

WINNER

THE HATEFUL EIGHT

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Ennio Morricone finally wins an Oscar with The Hateful Eight for Best Original ScoreEnnio Morricone finally got his hands on an Oscar for this Original Score work on The Hateful Eight. The 87-years-young composer said in his acceptance speech:

Thank you, the Academy, for this prestigious acknowledgement. My tribute goes to the other nominees, and in particular to the esteemed John Williams. There isn’t a great soundtrack without a great movie that inspires it. I want to thank Quentin Tarantino for having chosen me, Harvey Weinstein and the entire team who made this extraordinary film. I dedicate this award to my wife Maria, who is there watching me. Thank you.

While I preferred Johann Johannsson’s work on Sicario, it was clear for a while now that there was only going to be one winner in this category.

 

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

Bridge of Spies

The Danish Girl

Mad Max: Fury Road

The Martian

The Revenant

WINNER

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Colin Gibson and Lisa Thompson win Oscar for Best Production Design with Mad Max Fury RoadMad Max: Fury Road walked away with the Oscar in the Best Production Design category, earning first Oscar wins for production designer Colin Gibson and set decorator Lisa Thompson. During his acceptance speech, Gibson said:

It never ceases to annoy me how many people it takes to make me look competent. To get one of these, you got an idea of the multitudes, the multitudes of Australians, New Zealanders, Brits, Americans, South Africans, Namibians, who all came together under George’s vision to bring you a tale about a man with mental health issues, an amputee Amazon and five runaway sex slaves … so, uh, I’d like to chalk this one up as the first Oscar for diversity.

While the sets were well done, personally I thought that The Martian might sneak the Oscar in this category.

 

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Ex Machina

Mad Max: Fury Road

The Martian

The Revenant

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

WINNER 

EX MACHINA

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Andrew Whitehurst, Paul Norris, Mark Ardington and Sara Bennett earn Oscar for their work on Ex Machina winning Best Visual Effects CategoryIn what I think was the most surprising win of the night, Ex Machina walked away with the Oscar for Best Visual Effects against the big blockbusters such as Mad Max: Fury Road, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Martian. Andrew Whitehurst, Paul Norris, Mark Ardington and Sara Bennett earned the statuettes for their work in this film, with Sara Bennett only being the second woman to win an Oscar in the Visual Effects category (first being Suzanne M. Benson on Aliens). In his acceptance speech, Andrew Whitehurst said:

I’m really bad at predicting this, apparently. This is so utterly unexpected. Visual effects is massively a team game, more so maybe than any other department. And we have to thank people in two directions: We’ve got to thank the studio, we’ve got to thank the production. We’ve got to thank Alex for being an amazing director. We have to thank Alicia for being Ava. And we have to thank the teams of artists, production and technical personnel at Double Negative, Milk VFX and Utopia, who are amazing. Without them, we are nothing. Thank you so, so much.

I actually cheered at Ex Machina winning in this category. This film, with a budget of $15m, beating this big budget blockbusters and happened to create a rather convincing A.I character in Ava.

 

BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

The Big Short

Brooklyn

Carol

The Martian

Room

WINNER

THE BIG SHORT

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Adam McKay and Charles Randolph win Oscar with The Big Short for Best Adapted ScreenplayIn the Adapted Screenplay category, The Big Short ran away with the Oscar, with its only win on the night. Charles Randolph and Adam McKay earned an Oscar for adapting Michael Lewis’ best-selling book. In his acceptance speech, Adam McKay finished with a political comment saying:

If you don’t want big money to control government, don’t vote for candidates that take money from big banks, oil or weirdo billionaires.

If there was one sure thing The Big Short was going to win on the night, it was in the Best Adapted Screenplay category.

 

BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

Bridge of Spies

Ex Machina

Inside Out

Spotlight

Straight Outta Compton

WINNER

SPOTLIGHT

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer win Oscar with Spotlight for Best Adapted ScreenplayScreenwriters Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer beat some strong competition to win for their work on the film Spotlight in the Best Original Screenplay category. In his acceptance speech, Tom McCarthy said:

We made this film for all the journalists who have and continue to hold the powerful accountable, and for the survivors whose courage and will to overcome is really an inspiration to all. We have to make sure this never happens again.

Personally deep down I was hoping for an Ex Machina upset as that film just gets more engaging with every viewing and even thought Inside Out was a dark horse contender but I can’t complain on Spotlight winning in this category.

 

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Carol

The Hateful Eight

Mad Max: Fury Road

The Revenant

Sicario

WINNER
THE REVENANT

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Emmanuel Lubezki wins in Best Cinematography for Third Year In A RowEmmanuel “Chivo” Lubezki made history at the Academy Awards last night for once again winning in the Best Cinematography category…for the third time in a row, making him the first person to do so for Cinematography. He won for his work in Birdman last year and for Gravity the year before. In his acceptance speech, Lubezki said:

This is incredible.I want to share it with the cast and crew, especially with my compadre, Mr. Inarritu. To your passion, Alejandro. And I want to share this also with Leo and Tom, for their great performances.

While Lubezki’s work on The Revenant was terrific, I was hoping that the Roger Deakins winless streak was going to end last night. The guy has been nominated thirteen times and has yet to pick up the golden statue….and people think Leonardo DiCaprio was getting it rough.

 

Overall the results seem fair with only one real surprise coming in the visual effects category. It’s also interesting and satisfying to see Mad Max: Fury Road running away with the most wins on the night. Now I’ve been at this for five hours now typing this up, time to end this post on a positive note with Jacob Tremblay geeking out over some Star Wars bots…like we all would.

Film News - Oscars 2016 - Jacob Tremblay C3PO, R2-D2 and BB-8

 

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