To say that it’s been a whirlwind week for the cast and crew of this year’s Best Picture Oscar-winning film Spotlight would be an understatement. Since the Barneys and Vanity Fair-hosted dinner celebrating the film last week, things have only picked up for those involved with the project.

At the end of last week, one of the film’s co-stars, Mark Ruffalo, led a group of celebrities and activists on a tour of urban oil drilling sites in low-income and minority neighborhoods around Los Angeles. Benefiting Hollywood United for a Healthy California, Ruffalo was joined by the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Rashida Jones. The tour hoped to bring attention the economic injustice and environmental dangers of urban drilling and so a documentary short film he produced, Dear Governor Brown, which criticizes the drilling policies of the California governor.

The weekend got off to a great start, with Spotlight’s international release in Hong Kong. Then on Sunday, prior to hitting the Oscars red carpet, Spotlight’s director and screenwriter, Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer, along with Ruffalo, attended a sexual assault protest outside a cathedral in downtown Los Angeles. They stood with members of SNAP, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, calling for the names of pedophile priests to be released. Given that the film focuses on the team of reporters who broke the Catholic church’s sexual assault scandal in Boston, it was a cause that struck close to home for the team.

From there, it was on to the big night, where Spotlight took home both the night’s top prize, winning this year’s Best Picture award, and the statue for Best Original Screenplay. But even there the action doesn’t stop. In the days following the ceremony, it was also announced that one of the film’s other stars, actor Brian d’Arcy James, has been cast in another new project: a pilot with CBS entitled Superior Donuts. Based on the play by Tracy Letts, the comedy follows D’Arcy James’ character as he attempts to run a donut shop in a quickly gentrifying Chicago neighborhood.

Scroll on for a closer look at all the amazing achievements of the cast and crew from the past week, and please join us in offering congratulations to this talented bunch.

Rachel McAdams wore a flattering blue dress with nude pumps to the Vanity Fair and Barneys New York Private Dinner Celebrating “Spotlight” Director Tom McCarthy at Chateau Marmont. / Photo by Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images for Vanity Fair

The Boston Globe Journalists Ben Bradlee Jr., Sacha Pfeiffer, and Mike Rezendes attended the Vanity Fair and Barneys New York Private Dinner Celebrating “Spotlight”. / Photographed by Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images for Vanity Fair

“Thanks Norman [Lear] for joining #HollywoodUnited’s tour of LA’s urban oil drilling sites #keepitintheground @JerryBrownGov” / Photo courtesy of @markruffalo

Spotlight opens in Hong Kong this weekend. / Photo courtesy of @lievschreiber

Actor Mark Ruffalo steps onto the red carpet at the Oscars wearing a custom Valentino tuxedo, shirt, and bow tie. / Photo courtesy of @theacademy

Liev Schreiber shows off his Burberry tie. / Photo courtesy of @lievschreiber

Rachel McAdams poses in a stunning green gown on the red carpet. / Photo courtesy of @theacademy

Journalists and the cast of Spotlight pose with the award for Best Motion Picture of the Year. / Photo courtesy of @lievschreiber

“Congratulations to Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer for their Best Original Screenplay win! #Oscars #SpotlightMovie” / Photo courtesy of @spotlightmovie

Director Tom McCarthy, Writer Josh Singer, Liev Schreiber, Rachel McAdams, Mark Ruffalo, and Michael Keaton are all smiles backstage after winning Best Motion Picture of the Year. / Photo courtesy of @naomiwatts

“I tried to make off with the big one. Security stopped me. Darn it. #oscars” / Photo courtesy of @markruffalo

Brian d’Arcy James getting ready before the Oscars. / Photo courtesy of @briandarcyjames