It was a grand night for Fox Searchlight, which scored the most wins at the 87th Academy Awards with its top two films: “Birdman” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel.” The two films were awarded 4 statues each, after also tying in nominations (9 each).

“Birdman” took home the top prize for Best Picture, as well as Best Director for Alejandro Inarritu. The Michael Keaton-starrer also won for Cinematography and Original Screenplay.

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” shined in below-the-line categories, winning for Makeup and Hairstyling, Production Design and Costume Design. Alexandre Desplat, a double nominee (he was also in contention for his work on “The Imitation Game”), won the Oscar for Best Original Score.

Sony Pictures Classics also saw a successful evening, with “Whiplash” taking home 3 awards for J.K. Simmons, Editing and Sound Mixing, and Julianne Moore scoring Best Actress for “Still Alice.”

See the film scorecard below:

“Birdman”: 4
“The Grand Budapest Hotel”: 4
“Whiplash”: 3
“The Theory of Everything”: 1
“Still Alice”: 1
“Boyhood”: 1
“The Imitation Game”: 1
“Selma”: 1
“American Sniper”: 1
“Interstellar”: 1
“Big Hero 6”: 1
“CitizenFour”: 1
“Ida”: 1
“Feast”: 1
“The Phone Call”: 1
“Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1”: 1

See the full studio scorecard below:

Fox Searchlight: 8
Sony Pictures Classics: 4
Walt Disney: 2
The Weinstein Company: 2
Focus Features: 1
Warner Bros.: 1
IFC Films:1
Music Box Films: 1