Oscars has announced the winners for different categories this 2021. For this year, the Academy Awards have bestowed joy to Latinos and a Hispanic, as the pride of these communities were among the roster of winners.

This year, the Latinos representation in Oscars is only four out of the 23 categories of the award-giving body, Variety noted. This follows the pressure the television and film industry receives in recruiting talents, both behind and in front of the camera. Although the Black community has improvements in the media industry, Latinos are still waiting for their moment of recognition.

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Latinos and Hispanic Winners in Oscars

Latinos have managed to step in and claim awards in this year's Oscars. Mexicans Michelle Cuttolenc, Jamie Baskt, and Carlos Córtes were able to bag "best sound" for their film the Sound of Metal. The trio won against the Greyhound, Mank, News of the World, and Soul.

Meanwhile, the Sound of Metal, also won "best film editing."

A Hispanic makeup artist was also awarded in the prestigious event. Sergio Lopez-Rivera, a Stander makeup artist bags the "Best Makeup and Hairstyling" category of Oscars 2021. Lopez-Rivera was the makeup artist of Viola Davis in the film "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom."

Lopez-Rivera competed with the makeup artists from the films Emma, Hillbilly Elegy, Mank, and Pinocchio. The makeup artist took the stage of the prestigious event with Mia Neal and Jamika Wilson. Neal was reported to take the lead.

"The last thing on my mind was being here when I was shooting the movie," said Lopez-Rivera during his walk on the red carpet. The makeup artist also noted that it is difficult to fit in, yet his arrival in the ceremony is that "of a boy without fear."

Latinos and Hispanics as Oscars Nominees

Despite the low rate of winning, Latinos and Hispanics were nominated in various categories of this year's Oscars.

Maite Alberdi, a Chilean director was nominated for the "Best Documentary" category, Caracol Television reported.

The film Sound of Metal where Baskt, Córtes, and Cuttolenc participated, marks this year's film with Latino talents to have several other nominations. Caracol Television noted that this film was nominated in six other categories in Oscars such as Best Actor in a Leading Role, and Best Supporting Actor.

Meanwhile, Hispanic talent Santiago Colombo has been nominated for the category Best Visual Effects for the film "The One and Only Ivan."

"I think there's a lot of stories to tell from us, and about us," said Demián Bichir who become one of the four Latino men in the history of Oscars to win the in-lead actor category. Bichir pointed out that there are beautiful stories that are needed to be told and they must "create them" because nobody is going to tell those stories for them.

The Oscars winners 2021, including the Hispanic and Latinos who won different categories, were awarded in Union Station Los Angeles.

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