It was a big night at the 86th Annual Academy Awards, as Gravity soared and took home seven golden statues - including Best Director, and more than any other film. The Great Gatsby and Her won three Oscars, bringing Warner Bros.' total to 10 Academy Awards, more than all other major studios combined.

Gravity director Alfonso Cuarón became the first Latin-American to top the category. And with his win, Warner Bros. films have won four Best Director Oscars over the past 11 years, which is more than any other studio (see infographic below, click to enlarge). With last year's win for Argo, Warner also counts more Best Picture Oscars than any other studio over that time period.

In addition to the Best Director, Gravity took home Oscars for Achievement in Cinematography, Film Editing, Original Score, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing and Visual Effects.

The Great Gatsby and Catherine Martin won Oscars for Achievement in Costume Design and Production Design (along with set decorator Beverley Dunn).

Spike Jonze won his first-ever Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for Her.

See a complete list of Academy Award winners here.