The 2016 Spirit Awards have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean you can’t relive all the fun. Hosts Kate McKinnon and Kumail Nanjiani supplied the laughs, while wins for everyone from Tangerine star Mya Taylor to the crew from the Oscar-winning Spotlight proved that the Spirit Awards comprise the best of the year in film. Take a look at the winners list here, and check out some highlights from Saturday’s show below.
1. Kate McKinnon as Carol
Kate and Kumail traveled back to the 1950s for a perfect spoof of the acclaimed Todd Haynes drama. Who knew Kate had a Cate Blanchett impression in her comedic arsenal? Actually, we’re not surprised. Kate can do everything.
2. Mya Taylor’s amazing acceptance speech.
Tangerine‘s Mya Taylor broke new ground by becoming the first transgender woman to win a major acting award. Her speech also broke Twitter with its awesome-ness.
3. Abraham Attah’s win for Beasts of No Nation.
Can that smile be bottled and sold? We could really use some of it right now.
4. Brie Larson proclaiming her love for independent film.
Brie Larson accepted the Best Female Lead award for her gut-wrenching performance in Room, and reminded us once again why the Spirit Awards are better than the Oscars.
5. Cate Blanchett getting frisky with Rooney Mara.
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Cate got hands-y with her Carol costar, and everyone naturally went nuts. You can probably thank the free-flowing booze for this moment. Maybe they should call it the Spirits Awards.
6. Idris Elba bringing Abraham Attah onstage.
Idris Elba’s much-deserved win for Best Supporting Male Lead got 100% more awww-worthy when he brought up his Beasts of No Nation costar and human ray of sunshine Abraham Attah to accept the award with him. Here’s hoping this duo teams up for a remake of Freaky Friday.
7. Kate and Kumail are stuck in the Room.
The show kicked off with a hilarious spoof of Room featuring Kate in the Brie Larson role and Kumail channeling Jacob Tremblay and his unique hair.
8. Jacob Tremblay meets Falcon.
Speaking of Tremblay, he stole the Internet’s heart when he presented with Anthony Mackie and mistook the actor for his superhero counterpart. Hey, Marvel — we’ve found Falcon’s new sidekick.
9. The team from Spotlight win Best Feature.
Director Tom McCarthy and the rest of the Spotlight team took the Best Feature award a day before their Best Picture win at the Oscars. Yep, we’re psychic.
10. Kate McKinnon goes “HAM” on some ham (and Paul Dano).
Kate’s enthusiastic Kickstarter backer loves two things: her bag full of ham and putting the moves on her crush Paul “sad-eyed sex machine” Dano.