Zhao Wei (Chloé Zhao)’s film won the best film, director, photography and best actress awards, and confirmed her favorite status
The western “nomads” of the sharing economy won four BAFTA awards, including the Best Picture Award, at an awards ceremony marked by the coronavirus pandemic on Sunday, which recognizes a variety of talents.
The director of “Nomads”, Chloe Zhao, became the second woman and the first woman among the ethnic minorities. She won the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award for Best Director and a leading actress in a film. Best actress. “Nomadic Land” also won the Best Photography Award.
Emerald Fener’s revenge comedy “Promising Young Woman” was named the best British film, and the Best Actor Award won the 83-year-old Anthony Hopkins Award for his role in “Father.” Played a man with dementia in.
BAFTAs, recently criticized for using the hashtag #BAFTAsSoWhite (#BAFTAs so white), this time recognized a variety of talents, including the black British star Daniel Kaluuya, the new Bukky Bakray-they used the London teenager in “Rock “In-and senior Korean actress Yuh-Jung Youn (Yuh-Jung Youn).
The fact that Great Britain continues to move on under the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus and its cinemas are still closed, gave the event a moving tone, and the death of Queen Elizabeth II’s husband Prince Philip (Friday), he has been It is under the leadership of the Dean of the British Academy of Sciences.
Prince William gave a speech as the Dean of the British Academy, but did not attend due to the death of his grandfather. The award ceremony first paid tribute to Felipe, who was the first principal of the college in 1959.
Speakers include Hugh Grant, Tom Hiddleston, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Priyanka Chopra Jonas (Priyanka Chopra Jonas), they announced the winners on the stage of the Royal Albert Hall in London, but the winners rarely accept their honor.
The only other woman to win the best director award is Kathryn Bigelow, who filmed the movie “The Wounded Locker” in 2010.
Kaluya (Kaluuya) was named best supporting actor for playing “Black Panthers” (Black Panthers) leader Fred Hampton (Fred Hampton).
Young En was surprised by winning the Best Supporting Actress Award for her performance in a drama about Korean-American families “Minari”.
Director Ang Lee won the college’s highest award, the BAFTA scholarship.