These Are the Latino Winners of the 91st Academy Awards

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The day has finally arrived. The 91st Academy Awards is here and with 10 nominations for Roma, Alfonso Cuarón is expected to take home an armful of Oscars. From Best Foreign Language Film, to Best Animated Feature, Best Actress, and Best Production Design, there are a handful of Latinos up for awards this year.

We’re rooting for all of them! (See the full list of Latino nominees here.)

Here is the list of this year’s Latin American and Latino Oscar winners.

We’ll update this list as the awards are announced. The ceremony airs on ABC beginning at 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET).

Best Cinematography

Alfonso Cuaron attends premiere of ‘Roma’ during 56th New York Film Festival. Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for Netflix

Alfonso Cuarón takes the award for Roma.

Best Foreign Language Film

‘Roma’ photo by Carlos Somonte. Courtesy of Netflix

Mexico wins this category with Roma for the first time after nine nominations.

Best Animated Feature Film

Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) in ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.’ Courtesy of Sony Pictures Entertainment

Cuban-American Phil Lord picks up an Oscar for bringing the story of Afro-Latino Miles Morales, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, to the big screen alongside his other co-producers.

Best Director

‘Roma’ photo by Carlos Somonte. Courtesy of Netflix

Alfonso Cuarón wins for Roma.