1. Medium of Nick Vallelonga and Brian Hayes Currie holding their Oscars
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Nick Vallelonga and Brian Hayes Currie, screenwriters/producers:
Vallelonga: "Listen, you're in the public eye, you're going to get attacked, you're going to get. People cannot like a movie, they can disagree with that. Some of the stuff came up, no one ever asked me my side of the story, so I just kept my mouth shut like a good New Yorker does, let the film speak for itself. I think some of the attacks were unwarranted and untrue, but we believed in the movie the whole time. And I said 'Let the movie...'"
Hayes Currie: "It came down to the movie and you know what? Thank God. When people watched it, they liked it. And we were like, 'Thank God you love it' and every time it kept going back to the movie."
Vallelonga: "And if it wasn't true and our hearts weren't in it, I don't think it would resonate with people. It would come out false."
3. Medium shot Spike
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Nick Vallelonga and Brian Hayes Currie, screenwriters/producers - on the rumor that Spike Lee got up and left when "Green Book" was announced best picture:
Hayes Currie: "If that's it, I hate to... That's unfortunate if he did that but we have all the respect in the world for the guy so."
5. Wide Governors Ball entrance with Richard E. Grant walking by