Greg Cannom, Kate Biscoe, and Patricia Dehaney took home the trophy for ‘Best Makeup and Hairstyling’ category in the 91st Oscars, taking down the other nominees from the two different movies that belong in the same division. This isn’t Cannom’s first win as he has been nominated several times already and has won four in total. Kate Biscoe is no stranger to nominations, as well, but this is her first win. Patricia Dehaney also has a bunch of nominations under her belt but this is also considered her first win.
Border (Goran Lundstrom and Pamela Goldammer)
The story about Tina, a customs officer in a small Swedish town. She is a very important member to her team because of a special certain ability: her uncanny sense of smell. Although her physical attributes make her a social outcast, meeting a man named Vore, a free-spirited man with similar features, she uncovers something about herself that end up shocking her.
Mary Queen of Scots (Jenny Shircore, Marc Pilcher, and Jessica Brooks)
Mary Stuart is unfortunately widowed at a tender age of 18 years old. She returns from France to Scotland to claim the throne, much to the dismay and chagrin of her cousin, Queen Elizabeth I of England. The courtiers foment the rivalry between the monarchs using their religious differences in great determination to win the other’s crown.
Vice (Greg Cannom, Kate Biscoe, and Patricia Dehaney)
The story of Dick Cheney who rises from humble beginnings to his great peak in politics. Cheney climbs up after working various positions in the government including several cabinet positions. He has worked in the White House and in the House of Representatives. He then moves on to become the vice president of then-president George W. Bush. With the thought that he has amassed great influence because of his new role, he seeks to be the power behind the throne.