LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Penelope Cruz has won the first Academy Award of the night, claiming the supporting-actress honor as a tempestuous artist in Woody Allen's Spanish romance "Vicky Cristina Barcelona."

The win caps a big weekend for Cruz, who's fresh off her win Saturday for the same prize at the Spirit Awards honoring independent film.

It's the fifth time an Allen film has earned a performer a supporting-acting honor. Cruz joins past Allen collaborators Dianne Wiest, a dual Oscar winner for "Hannah and Her Sisters" and "Bullets Over Broadway"; Michael Caine for "Hannah and Her Sisters"; and Mira Sorvino for "Mighty Aphrodite."

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Penelope Cruz has won the first Academy Award of the night, claiming the supporting-actress honor as a tempestuous artist in Woody Allen's Spanish romance "Vicky Cristina Barcelona."

The win caps a big weekend for Cruz, who's fresh off her win Saturday for the same prize at the Spirit Awards honoring independent film.

It's the fifth time an Allen film has earned a performer a supporting-acting honor. Cruz joins past Allen collaborators Dianne Wiest, a dual Oscar winner for "Hannah and Her Sisters" and "Bullets Over Broadway"; Michael Caine for "Hannah and Her Sisters"; and Mira Sorvino for "Mighty Aphrodite."