The contemplative study of migrant women (Frances McDormand) in the western United States was mainly conducted by non-professional actors, with a budget of only 5 million US dollars
Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland” won the Oscar for Best Picture on Sunday. Its director made history and became the second and first woman to win the Oscar for Best Screenplay in 1993. Women of color.
The only previous winner was Kathryn Bigelow 11 years ago, and her work was “The Hurt Locker”.
The director who was born in China just received the statuette for her third feature film and said: “Among the people I meet all over the world, I always feel kind.” “This is to give anyone who has the confidence and courage to stick to themselves. With others who are kind, no matter how difficult it is to do so.”
“Nomads” is a contemplative study of women traveling in the western United States (Francis McDormand), mainly by non-professional actors, with a budget of only $5 million.
The 93rd Academy Awards is the most ambitious film awards show during the pandemic. It includes the red carpet and brings back the charm, but the broadcast is quite different and the broadcast volume has decreased.
The awards ceremony was designed as if it were the movie itself, beginning when the camera followed the actress and director Regina King of “A Night in Miami…” to the stage of the Los Union Station train station Thanks. Angelis is inside, and the nominee sits at a small round table in an intimate atmosphere.
Daniel Kaluuya won the Best Supporting Actor Award in “Judas and the Black Messiah” (“Judas and the Black Messiah”). The 32-year-old actor has been nominated for “Get Out” (“Get Out!”) in the past, and people are generally looking forward to his victory. Kaluya won for his portrayal of the Panther leader Fred Hampton, and he thanked him for teaching him how to love himself.
“We have to celebrate life, man. We have to breathe. We have to walk. It’s amazing. My mother met my father and they had sex… (and) I am here. I’m so happy to be alive,” Ka Kaluuya said that because the camera showed her mother was confused.
The Best Supporting Actress Award is due to Yuh-Jung Youn (Yuh-Jung Youn), who is a portrayal of the matriarch in Le Isaac Chung’s lovely Korean-American family drama “Minari”. The 72-year-old actress is well-known in her hometown of South Korea. She is the first Asian actress to win an Oscar since 1957 and the second Asian actress to win an Oscar in history. He won the trophy from Brad Pitt, the executive producer of “Minari”. “Finally, Mr. Brad Pitt.” Ewan said softly. “pleasure”.
The first winner of the night was Emerald Fennell, who won the best original screenplay award for her fascinating debut, “Promising Young Woman” (“Beautiful Revenge”). She was the first woman to earn this category alone since she starred in Diablo in 2007. The award for best adapted screenplay went to the dementia TV series “Father”.
The awards ceremony was broadcast by a team led by filmmaker Stephen Soderbergh from Union Station train station instead of the usual Dolby Theater, and shot at 24 frames per second instead of the typical 30 frames. Berry, Reese Witherspoon, Harrison Ford, Rita Moreno and Zendaya.
If the winners of the Academy Awards and the SAG Awards of the Screen Actors Association are appropriately matched, then Chadwick Bosman will win the best actor award and Viola Davis will win the best Actress Award. Both of these awards are “Marrene’s “Blues on Black””. This will be the first time that all the award-winning actors are people of color. A major change after his criticism.
Bose’s victory seems certain. It will become the third actor to win an Oscar after the deaths of Peter Finch and Heath Ledger.
The best actress award is an award that seems uncertain. Davis, the 2016 Oscar winner of “The Fence” (“Barrier”), faces Carey Mulligan (“Promising Young Woman”) and McDormand (McDormand) The biggest competition, the latter has won two Oscars.
Italian star Laura Pausini (Laura Pausini) and American composer Diane Warren (Diane Warren), who were nominated for the first time, both finished 12th. “Iosì” makes history together, and it will be the first award-winning Italian song. The award is replaced by “Fight for You” in “Judas and the Black Messiah”, which includes music by HER and Dernst Emile II, and lyrics by HER and Tiara Thomas.
Three Mexican engineers Carlos Cortés, Jaime Baksht and Michelle Couttolenc won the best sound award for their work “The Sound of Metal,” a film about heavy metal drummers losing their hearing. They produced a mix on site. , Located in Morelos, Mexico.
The Chilean documentary “Mole Mouse” by Maite Alberdi from Latin America also participated in the competition. The documentary is an 80-year-old man who was hired as a rookie spy to investigate the client’s mother’s shelter. Whether China has been abused. The award was awarded to South Africa “My Octopus Teacher” (“My Octopus Teacher”)
Pixar’s “Soul” won the best animated film award and Christopher Nolan’s best visual effects award.