These movies would be nothing without a post-production crew to bring them to life.
Tonight, the 92nd annual Academy Awards took place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. During the ceremony, 1917 won the Oscar for Best Visual Effects.
The Academy Award for Best Visual Effects has been around since the first annual ceremony in 1929, though it was originally called Best Engineering Effects. Since then, it has undergone four name changes, including Special Achievement Award for Special Effects, Best Special Effects, Best Special Visual Effects and—finally—Best Visual Effects.